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Ain t No Love in the Bean

Author: Jaron O’Bannon; Shongi Fernandes
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Trapped in a life of crime in the streets of Boston, on Christmas Eve 1992, Troy Jenkins, an upcoming drug lord with a notorious reputation, and his wife, Karen Jenkins, are murdered by Troy’s main comrade, Crook, over greed and jealousy, leaving his son, Jerome Jenkins, shell-shocked. News spread quickly about the murders, causing turmoil in the streets, and a lot of people sought revenge. Having close relations to Troy’s father, Roy Barros, a rising detective in the Boston police force, is determined to find the perpetrator, only to find himself caught in the cross fire. Angel, Troy’s protégé, slowly starts to put the pieces together about his mentor’s death but decides to take revenge into his own hands before revealing to Jerome who took his parents off the face of the earth. He soon finds out Crook is a different force of nature. Jerome grows into a man only to follow into his father’s footsteps with one goal in life: to kill the people responsible for the loss of his parents. Along his way, he finds love with a beautiful young lady named Mercedes, and he decides to introduce her to his guardians only to later find out Mercedes is the daughter of Crook! This complicates the hell out of the situation because he is still unaware that Crook took his parents away from him. Trapped in a triangle, Jerome is forced to choose between hurting the only person he loves and avenging the deaths of the only bloodline he once had. Running out of time, Angel is forced to act sooner then he thought, but his plans backfire on him only to cost him his own life. An all-out war breaks out in this city, causing the truth and blood to spill on the streets of Boston.


Armed Action

Author: James Newton, Dfc
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'I couldn't see the tank. I couldn't see it... Someone was screaming over the radio. "Scream all you want, I still can't see it," I said to my pilot. The next explosion was so close it lifted my chest armour off my body in the shock wave. The noise brought me back to my awful reality. I looked out of the sight to see the shattered cockpit glass. The next one would be it and we knew it.' Lieutenant Commander James Newton survived and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for his bravery. In a career that has seen him on operations over Bosnia, Sierra Leone, Northern Ireland and most recently Iraq, Newton is no stranger to being shot at. He has flown all the aircraft the Navy has and even ones it doesn't. Thrilling, fast-paced and an adrenaline-fuelled adventure, Armed Action is a fascinating insight into life in the air.


The Stories of J F Powers

Author: J.F. Powers
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Hailed by Frank O’Connor as one of “the greatest living storytellers,” J. F. Powers, who died in 1999, stands with Eudora Welty, Flannery O’Connor, and Raymond Carver among the authors who have given the short story an unmistakably American cast. In three slim collections of perfectly crafted stories, published over a period of some thirty years and brought together here in a single volume for the first time, Powers wrote about many things: baseball and jazz, race riots and lynchings, the Great Depression, and the flight to the suburbs. His greatest subject, however—and one that was uniquely his—was the life of priests in Chicago and the Midwest. Powers’s thoroughly human priests, who include do-gooders, gladhanders, wheeler-dealers, petty tyrants, and even the odd saint, struggle to keep up with the Joneses in a country unabashedly devoted to consumption. These beautifully written, deeply sympathetic, and very funny stories are an unforgettable record of the precarious balancing act that is American life.


Cracks in the Wall

Author: J. Morris Lavallee
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When Vietnam veteran Peter Davies overstays his welcome with his suspicious behavior at the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Wall in Washington, DC, he’s thrown into the back of a police car. After a violent outburst, he’s heavily drugged and admitted to the VA Hospital. When he awakes three days later, Davies has no idea where he is or what he’s done. Faced with a choice between jail time for the damage he caused to police vehicles or to remain at the VA for further observation, Davies opts for a longer hospital stay. Psychiatrist Prescott Brown vows to work with Davies to discover the root of his problems. But Davies—who’s been sober for twelve years—feels like a white trash drunk baring his soul to a guy in fifteen hundred dollar loafers. Davies is sure of one thing: He’s not about to share the secret of what happened years ago. As Davies recounts his life story to Prescott, the doctor’s life is changed by the journey as the two men travel through chaos into clarity.


Nash

Author: Jay Crownover
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From New York Times bestselling author Jay Crownover comes the fourth book in the Marked Men series. Saint Ford has worked hard to achieve her childhood dream of becoming of nurse. Focused on her work and devoted to her patients, there’s no room for love. She doesn’t need a guy making waves in her calm, serene life—especially when he’s the unforgettable hottie who nearly destroyed her in high school. Dark, brooding Nash Donovan might not remember her or the terrible pain he caused. But he turned her world upside down . . . and now he’s trying to do it again. Saint has no idea that Nash isn’t the cocky player he once was. Uncovering a devastating family secret has rocked his world, and now he’s struggling to figure out his future. He can’t be distracted by the pretty nurse he seems to meet everywhere. Still, he can’t ignore the sparks that fly between them—or how she seems so desperate to get away from him. But the funny, sweet, and drop-dead gorgeous Saint is far too amazing to give up on—especially since she’s the only thing in his life that seems to make sense. When Nash discovers the truth about their past, he realizes he may have lost her heart before he could even fight for it. Now, Saint has to decide: is Nash worth risking herself for all over again?


The Family Hightower

Author: Brian Francis Slattery
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*** Named a Kirkus Reviews Starred Title in Their 10/01/14 Issue *** In 1968 two boys are born into a large family, both named for their grandfather, Peter Henry Hightower. One boy—Peter—grows up in Africa and ends up a journalist in Granada. The other—Petey—becomes a minor criminal, first in Cleveland and then in Kiev. In 1995, Petey runs afoul of his associates and disappears. But the criminals, bent on revenge, track down the wrong cousin, and the Peter in Granada finds himself on the run. He bounces from one family member to the next, piecing together his cousin's involvement in international crime while learning the truth about his family's complicated history. Along the way the original Peter Henry Hightower's story is revealed, until it catches up with that of his children, revealing how Peter and Petey have been living in their grandfather's shadow all along. The novel takes a look at capitalism and organized crime in the 20th century, the legend of the self-made man, and what money can do to people. Like Jeffrey Eugenides' Middlesex, The Family Hightower stretches across both generations and continents, bearing the weight of family secrets and the inevitable personal toll they take on loved ones despite our best intentions. From the Hardcover edition.


Dilbert Gives You the Business

Author: Scott Adams
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Dilbert, the eternally oppressed engineering peon, returns in a collection of the most popular and requested Dilbert strips of all time, arranged by topic


In the Rundown

Author: Joe Hill
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When a video clerk loses his job, he finds himself stumbling home past a shocking murder scene ... Joe Hill is the New York Times bestselling author of NOS4R2, Horns, and Heart-Shaped Box, and the prize-winning story collection 20th Century Ghosts. He is also the co-author, with Stephen King, of In the Tall Grass.


Right by My Side

Author: David Haynes
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In this extraordinary novel, David Haynes tells the heartrending story of Marshall's journey through a broken world, where his father's new girlfriend, a poem by Yeats and a white teacher with big plans for her favorite students all seem to have the power to change him. And as Marshall struggles to make sense of his life, the haunting letters begin to arrive from his runaway mother: "We are linked tighter than fine gold chains. Who knows when we'll next be together--"a tale of the ties that bind and the ties that fall away, Right by My Side is a cry from the heart, and a masterful novel of love and awakening by one of America's most gifted young writers.


Not in Time

Author: Shawna Seed
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Art historian Genevieve McKenna, who just lost her museum job, lands an exciting assignment: Trace the path of a drawing the Nazis stole in Paris and restore it to the rightful owners. Julien Brooks, whose family claims the drawing, has vital information. He also has a killer smile and speaks flawless French. She's eager to get to know him better. A lot better. But someone — could it be Julien? — seems very determined to thwart her work. And why does she keep having bizarre flashbacks to a place she’s certain she’s never been? Mental illness ruined her mother’s life. Is that Genevieve's fate? On a research trip to Paris, Genevieve confronts her growing attraction to Julien and the truth about those flashbacks. What she learns will reveal the real story of her mother, the heroism of Julien’s family and the heartbreak of a doomed romance. It may also cost her and Julien their lives.


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