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The Secret in the Cliffs, Kristin Tucker

Kyle is a twelve-year-old boy who spends many Saturdays with his father at the beach. During their visits, Kyle tries to convince his father to explore a cliff that lines the shore, but to no avail. When his father is forced to work extra hours on the weekend, Kyle decides to investigate the cliffs by

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Pippin No Lickin’, Layne Ihde

Pippin the cat wouldn’t take a bath. Because he wouldn’t, all kinds of funny (and stinky!) things start happening to him. In hilarious and unforgettable ways, Pippin is challenged with realizing his actions not only affect himself, but others, too. Will his parents and classmates get him to change his mind? Pippin, No Lickin’ addresses the

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Murder?, Christer Tholin

Christina’s idyllic existence with her husband Patrik comes to an abrupt end when Patrik suddenly vanishes from their suburban home in Stockholm. Christina is precipitated into a hellishly desperate and anguished search for Patrik – which after six weeks turns up nary a trace of him.  At her wits end, she contacts local sleuths Lars

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A Trail of Honesty, J.A. Angelo

Summertime is vacation time for the Angelino family, and the two Angelino boys are excited about their upcoming camping trip. They’re going to the local state park, where they can swim, go fishing, and look for wildlife! Being on vacation doesn’t mean the boys have to be careful. An encounter with a sneezing deer provides

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Angels’ Eyes, William Brian Worthy

A pre-requisite to reading this book should be to first read “The Naked Society” by Vance Packard, which was published in 1964. The state of our society was in fact much worse than Vance Packard portrayed, and in every way, should be more appropriately described as “The Torn Society.” Even five years before the publication

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The Spaewife’s Secret, Jessica M. Simpkiss

When the death of his estranged mother calls Lachlan McGinley home to the remote and desolate Isle of Lewis after a twenty-year absence, he is forced to face the ghosts he left behind; some real, some imagined and some straight from Scottish lore. But twenty years may not have been long enough for the locals

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Dare To Dream, Jacqueline M. Franklin

Breanna Allister’s forever after fairytale crumbled within a couple of years of marriage. Her forward thinking helped her to survive—support her and Luke’s sons—also, her half-breed son she took in when her husband left for months at a time to lead a wastrel lifestyle.  Chance Marley loved Breanna since childhood, yet let her slip through

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Paleo Diet: Paleo Diet For Beginners, Lose Weight And Get Healthy, Brian James & Lady Pannana

How many diets have you tried so far? What was the result? I bet you are not happy with that, You can’t pick something that would last? I’ll tell you what: Paleo Diet, It is the most natural way of eating that is succesfully using by us and  our ancestors for thousands of years. If you want to be toned, and lean as quickly as possible without weird dieting, “good genetics,” or wasting

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Code of Rainbow: Soaring Flame and the Dragon-transcending Magimal, Weiqi Wang

If you like JK Rowling or Brandon Sanderson or both, you will love this book. It’s a wonderful novel genre that develops magic with the power of science – something rarely seen. Soarame has a pair of special eyes. He can see magic elements in this world, which are supposed to be invisible. This enviable

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Fresh off the Starship, Ann Crawford

Wrong place, right time?A starbeing was supposed to travel light-years across the universe to help humanity by working in Washington, D.C.—but she accidentally lands in a small Kansas town in the body of Missy. Join her on this whimsical journey as she discovers the beauty of life and love on Earth. Author Ann Crawford’s trademark

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All Quiet on the Midwestern Plains, Dorothea Shefer-Vanson

It is 1985 and Israeli paleontologist is spending a year at a university in Nebraska. He encounters hostility from the head of the department and anti-Semitism in the local paper. Events seem to conspire to prevent him achieving his aim of attaining academic success, until he is able to unmask the plot to wreak havoc

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The Teleporter’s Handbook, David Charles Simmonds

Being a ‘collection’ of short stories, it engages and provokes a number of challenges . Collectively they are unified by fantasy/ pop culture/ satire a pervasive underlying humor. (knowing a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, etc. etc). Each individual story raises it’s own questions for discussion. The Teleporter’s Handbook is a stunning

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Take Your Shot: How to Grow Your Business, Attract More Clients, and Make More Money, Robin Waite

If you run a client/service based business, exchanging time-for-money and not having much of either, then TAKE YOUR SHOTis the book for you. TAKE YOUR SHOT is ultimately an answer to the question: “How Can I Grow My Business, Attract More Clients, and Make More Money?” TAKE YOUR SHOT is the story about Russ Hibbert. Russ is a

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Her Queen City Ranger, Emilee Harris

Circumstance has placed them at odds, can love lead them to common ground?A woman on the run… When Sofie Augustine is kidnapped from her father’s estate in Prussia, she finds herself halfway across the world in the United States. Though she manages to escape her captors, she’s not out of danger. They’ve turned the tables

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