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Naomi s Room

Author: Jonathan Aycliffe
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'A chilling story' -- Independent Charles and Laura live a sheltered, gilded life in the the privileged world of Cambridge academia: young and in love, their marriage is blessed by a wonderful child - Naomi. On Christmas Eve morning, Charles sets off with Naomi on a shopping trip to London. By the end of the day, all Charles and his wife have left are cups of tea and police sympathy... Their beautiful, angelic only child, has disappeared. Days later her murdered body is discovered... but is she dead?


Hot for the Holidays

Author: Lora Leigh
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Four romantic novellas that will fire up your coldest nights…it’s the hottest gift of the holidays. Four bestselling authors invite readers to spend the night with these novellas spiced with sexy romance and paranormal passion. So come in out of the cold and experience the thrill of a soul-stirring new tale of the Breeds from Lora Leigh, a return to the beguiling world of the Mageverse from Angela Knight, and two more mesmerizing and unexpected stories of sensual surprises and seasonal spirits from Anya Bast and Allyson James.


What s Next

Author: Bobby Bell
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I’m constantly intrigued about the world around me. I recently read an article about Human Trafficking. I’d heard stories about people that become addicted and find themselves on the streets selling themselves, normally for sex. I was not aware that slavery still existed. Of my many travels I did spend time at the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota, and at St. Joseph’s Indian School in Chamberlin. This story is fiction. The description of the Tribal Police has been colored Tony Hillerman who wrote about the Navajo Tribal Police. Although this story is fiction, unfortunately these events take place all too often. In my imagination it only made sense to me to have living bodies close to medical facilities where they could be used. Although it is not legal to pay for organs there is still people who will pay a great deal of money for living organs. Storage and preservation solutions are transported to the donor hospital within the temperature-controlled polyurethane container, and the organs are returned in the same container, within an inflatable cushion. This method is the preferred method of transportation of tissue and organs. This method offers advantages over the more conventional methods of organ storage with regard to convenience, temperature control, and sterility. The science of organ transplants has come a long way. There are many people living today because someone authorized the transplant of his organ.


Fumbling Toward Divinity

Author: Craig Hickman
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At thirty-three, Craig, a black writer and artist, heeds the signs in his life and journeys into uncharted waters. After five years of searching, he shows up unannounced on his birth mother?s doorstep. Craig?s parents and sister are supportive of his search, as is Job, the Dutchman Craig has shared the last four years of his life with. Jennifer, a devout Seventh-Day Adventist, happy that her son has found her, attempts to allay her guilt and shame for giving him up and tries to make up for lost time. Jennifer meets Craig?s parents in an intense five-day visit that takes a physical and emotional toll on Craig and his mother Mary. Jennifer tries to undermine Mary, a devout Lutheran, suggesting that it is Mary?s fault that Craig loves men because she wasn't controlling enough and didn?t pray for him. Ultimately, however, Jennifer believes her son loves men because she abandoned him at birth.In an opportunistic turn of events, Craig plans a big family feast down in Georgia where England, the matriarch who forced her daughter to give him up at birth, lives in the apartment at the back of her son Joshua?s twenty-two room ?castle in the sky.? Crane?s adoptive family, including Job, meets Jenni-fer?s entire family and all sorts of sparks fly in the castle on Ella Lane. Crane struggles with whether or not he wants Jennifer to remain a part of his life and what kind of relationship, if any, he can have with his three biological sisters, all of whom growing up desperately wanted a brother.Meanwhile, Job?s oldest sister and his best friend have conspired in a trans-Atlantic soap opera to try and break up his marriage to Craig. After Craig writes a missive to his in-laws in Holland in order to provide and receive clarity, all hell breaks loose. Job feels torn between his family and his young marriage. Each one must dig deep within to uphold their promise of till death do us part.Part mystery, part history, part family saga, part divination?all of it true?Fumbling Toward Divinity bears witness to the transcendent power of spirit and love in an age of terror and madness. From the opening pages to the poignant conclusion, Craig Hickman re-invents the memoir and proves himself a master storyteller.


The Selected Works of Sir Hall Caine

Author: Hall Caine
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Crystal Fire

Author: R.L. Kiser
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An epic tale of magic and warriors, of flawed human beings overcoming adversity and personal demons to do what must be done. · Eons ago magic users were unguided and undisciplined. There were those that applied magic intelligently, those that were unscrupulous, and worst of all, the amateurs. Magic ran rampant in the land. Those pure of heart came together to form a standard of discipline, they formed The Crystal into which the hearts, minds, and souls of hundreds, eventually thousands, gave their special talents. · Those powerful from the beginning, corrupted by the black arts, coveted the power of The Crystal and would try again to posses it, their previous attempt thwarted. But that battle used powers beyond control and the effects were devastating. Crystal Warriors, scarred by that battle, were scattered throughout the land. · But now the call goes out for their return, The Crystal is under attack, the need is urgent. Principal among those Crystal Warriors are Tarina, known as Awiel of the Dance, a beautiful veil dancer, Crystal Seeress, and wicked with a blade, far away in the southern lands. · Rowan, former Captain, psychically scarred, hiding far away in a place where there is little magic, disguised as an old man selling firewood. · Macon, a drunken sot who must pull himself together to become the powerful Crystal Warrior he once was. · Naomi, Tarina's fierce warrior woman companion, speechless by choice until she finds the man who killed the Crystal Seeress mistress she was sworn to protect and brutalized her. · They and many others are forever attuned to The Crystal and hear its call. They must heed the call and travel thousands of perilous miles to do battle with overwhelming forces. An epic tale of magic and warriors, but more importantly, of flawed human beings overcoming adversity and personal demons to do what must be done. This epic fantasy will leave you wanting more. Don't miss it! Reviews: ***** I love these characters! What makes this a fun read is the slightly flawed good guys, the babes with beauty, brains and brawn, and the magical characters Thisrena and Ith, the thnake that thpeaks with a lithp. Recommended reading. ·· J.D. King **** This is a good story, full of magic and some very surprising characters and twists... Charming and mysterious characters, magical creatures, and not-so-perfect foes make this a fun read. ·· Patricia Hamill on Goodreads **** I was intrigued with the story from the very beginning… R.L. Kiser has written chapter one so deftly to reel in readers’ curiosity to keep reading. Characterization is superb; both heroes and villains have flaws which also lead to humorous moments… the way the plot is developed is fresh, coupled with unpredictable and interesting twists. Kiser’s flawless writing style helps keep the plot tight throughout the story as well as maintain a good pacing. On the whole, a satisfying read and a great start for a series. ·· Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite


The Wonder Spot

Author: Melissa Bank
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Melissa Bank's runaway bestseller, The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing, charmed readers and critics alike with its wickedly insightful, tender look at a young woman's forays into love, work, and friendship. Now, with The Wonder Spot, Bank is back with her signature combination of devilishly self-deprecating humor, seriousness and wisdom. Nothing comes easily to Sophie Applebaum, the black sheep of her family trying to blend in with the herd. Uneasily situated between two brothers, Sophie first appears as the fulcrum and observer of her clan in "Boss of the World." Then, at college, in "The Toy Bar," she faces a gauntlet of challenges as Best Friend to the dramatic and beautiful Venice Lambourne, curator of "perfect things." In her early twenties, Sophie is dazzled by the possibilities of New York City during the Selectric typewriter era—only to land solidly back in Surrey, PA after her father's death. The Wonder Spot follows Sophie's quest for her own identity—who she is, what she loves, whom she loves, and occasionally whom she feels others should love—over the course of 25 years. In an often-disappointing world, Sophie listens closely to her own heart. And when she experiences her 'Aha!' moments—her own personal wonder spots—it's the real thing. In this tremendous follow-up to The Girls' Guide To Hunting And Fishing, Bank again shares her vast talent for capturing a moment, taking it to heart, and giving it back to her readers.


Sarcasm Is a Dragon S Best Friend

Author: Stephanie Collins
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My name is Gemini, and my life is a bloody mess. I almost kill my mother; my overbearing father exiles me out of the nest; one of my sisters wants to neuter me so stupidity doesnt breed; my dead grandmother wants me to complete stupid missions for her, and a witch thinks Im an arrogant and rude dragon, so she turns me human. Then I get captured by guards from a kingdom notorious for being cruel to males, and they make me their slave for three years. Their queen decides shes had enough of my sarcastic idiocy and sells me to a neighboring kingdom where I get stuck in a new dungeon: kinghood. Apparently I make enemies wherever I go. I have dragon slayers poaching in my kingdom and my armys commander desperately wanting to kill me so he could be king. All I want is to find a way to break my curse and get my scales back . . . and for my father to stop treating me like a hatchling. Is that too much to ask for?


She s Come Undone

Author: Wally Lamb
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In this New York Times bestselling extraordinary coming-of-age odyssey, Wally Lamb invites us to hitch a wild ride on a journey of love, pain, and renewal with the most heartbreakingly comical heroine to come along in years. "Mine is a story of craving: an unreliable account of lusts and troubles that began, somehow, in 1956 on the day our free television was delivered. . ." Meet Dolores Price. She’s thirteen, wise-mouthed but wounded, having bid her childhood good-bye. Beached like a whale in front of her bedroom TV, she spends the next few years nourishing herself with the Mallomars, potato chips, and Pepsi her anxious mother supplies. When she finally rolls into young womanhood at 257 pounds, Dolores is no stronger and life is no kinder. But this time she’s determined to rise to the occasion and give herself one more chance before really going belly-up. At once a fragile girl and a hard-edged cynic, so tough to love yet so inimitably lovable, Dolores is as poignantly real as our own imperfections. She’s Come Undone includes a promise: you will never forget Dolores Price.


The Country of the Pointed Firs

Author: Sarah Orne Jewett
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A sharply observed, affectionate, and unsentimental portrait of life in a Maine fishing village, The Country of the Pointed Firs is Sarah Orne Jewett’s most enduring work, and commonly regarded as the finest example of American regionalist literature in the nineteenth century. It was originally published in four installments of the Atlantic Monthly in 1896; this Broadview Edition is based on the Atlantic serialization and also includes the four other stories set in Dunnet Landing. The critical introduction situates the text in its historical, cultural, and literary milieu, attending to its place in Jewett’s oeuvre and in her biography. Appendices include earlier “local color” writing by Jewett and others, Jewett’s letters, and contemporary reviews of the novel.