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Rescuing Dawn

by Nicole Flockton

He helps save lives, now he wants to save hers.

Dawn Granger has loved and lost and it's a road she's not prepared to travel again - that is until her past turns up and has her questioning her resolve.

Andrew...


Destination Wedding

by Robyn Neeley

Wedding planner Kate Ashby's fear of flying is eased by a sexy stranger and one slow lip lock that rockets her into another obit.

CEO Luke Cannon has just traded seats with his identical twin. Little did he know...


Telling Secrets

by Frederick Buechner

With eloquence, candor, and simplicity, a celebrated author tells the story of his father's alcohol abuse and suicide and traces the influence of this secret on his life as a son, father, husband, minister,...


Thank You, Jeeves

by P. G. Wodehouse

"P. G. Wodehouse wrote the best English comic novels of the century." -Sebastian FaulksBertram Wooster's interminable banjolele playing has driven Jeeves, his otherwise steadfast gentleman's gentleman, to give...


Uncle Dynamite

by P. G. Wodehouse

"P.G. Wodehouse is still the funniest writer ever to have put words on paper."-Hugh LaurieUncle Fred's nephew Pongo has just smashed the prized statue of his lady love's father. His troubles multiply as the...


Skagboys

by Irvine Welsh

Prequel to the best-selling phenomenon Trainspotting, this exhilarating and moving novel shows how Welsh’s colorful miscreants first went wrong. Mark Renton’s life seems to be on track: university, pretty...


Temptation of a Proper Governess

by Cathy Maxwell

Society dictates that a governessshould be modest, quiet, and keep to herself.

She should never contradict her employer.

And, above all, she must not attract the attention of any male in the household.

But Michael...


Evelyn's Husband

by Charles W. Chesnutt & Matthew Wilson

The critique of white male society that Charles W. Chesnutt launched in A Marrow of Tradition continues in Evelyn's Husband, one of six manuscripts left unpublished when this highly regarded African American...


Wed and Buried

Bed-and-Breakfast Mysteries #12

by Mary Daheim

Unholy Matrimony

Ask not for whom the wedding bell tolls, it tolls for Judith McMonigle Flynn's son Mike--and the Hillside Manor b&b is packed to the rafters with relatives. However, Mama Judith's unrestrained...


A Small Degree of Hope

by Lyndi Alexander

Even the smallest degree of hope can spark love.

Against her wealthy father's demands, and the usual blockades of a male dominated profession, Kylie Sanderson proves worthy of her position as lead investigator...


Red Shoes for Lab Blues

by D.B. Sieders

Can love and sex overcome logic and sabotage...

Dr. Stacey Jamison thinks she's close to validating PharmEx's new anti-cancer drug. Her budding independent career, her boss's tenure, and a ton of research dollars...


Wonder Guy

by Naomi Stone

Sometimes it takes true love and fairy godmother magic to save the world.

Science major Greg Roberts is all formulas and logic. Neither will win him the heart of his lifelong true love, girl next door, Gloria...


Inside Moves

by Todd Walton & Sherman Alexie

Jerry Maxwell and his good friend Roary are both handicapped. They divide their time between Max's bar in San Francisco and the bleachers of the Oakland Sports Complex to cheer on the Golden State Warriors....


Death Comes for the Fat Man

Dalziel & Pascoe #22

by Reginald Hill

Not for a second did Pascoe admit the possibility of death. Dalziel was indestructible. Dalziel is, and was, and forever shall be, world without end, amen . . .

Chief constables might come and chief constables...


Heat

by Stuart Woods

Ex-DEA agent Jesse Warden has seen enough of the inside of a solitary confinement cell to last him a lifetime. Or two lifetimes, which is the sentence he's serving after being convicted of a plan he was planning...


Stormchild

by Bernard Cornwell

Tragedy has decimated Tim Blackburn's safe and comfortable existence. Having already lost a son in a terrorist attack, he must now cope with the death of his beloved wife, killed in a mysterious explosion at...


Happy Never After

Callahan Garrity #4

by Kathy Hogan Trocheck & Mary Kay Andrews

Since retiring from the Atlanta Police Department, Callahan Garrity is really cleaning up with her House Mouse housecleaning company -- especially since she added"crime investigation" to the list of services...


Joy Sparton of Parsonage Hill

by Ruth I. Johnson

This warm-hearted, humorous series relates the growing pains and problems that confront two PKs (preacher's kids), Joy Sparton and her twin brother Roy. Each delightful account is written in the first person,...


Windfallen

by Jojo Moyes

From the acclaimed author of Sheltering Rain comes an intensely moving story of two women whose lives entwine through a lovely seaside house.

The tiny, well-ordered seaside village of Merham holds little to interest...


Life on the Refrigerator Door

by Alice Kuipers

Claire and her mother are running out of time, but they don't know it. Not yet. Claire is wrapped up with the difficulties of her bourgeoning adulthood—boys, school, friends, identity; Claire's mother, a single...