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Pressing the Bet

by W. L. Ripley

The word is that Jesse Robinson is dead. But when Cole Springer goes to Vegas at the behest of Jesse's father, he finds Jesse very much alive. Unless Springer can figure out what's going on--he won't be alive...


Evanly Bodies

Constable Evan Mysteries #10

by Rhys Bowen

Detective Constable Evan Evans and his new bride, Bronwen, are settling into married life in their little cottage above the village of Llanfair when they meet the daughter of one of the village's newest families,...


One Night With a Spy

Royal Four #3

by Celeste Bradley

For years, Lady Julia Barrowby has acted the part of an old man's ornamental bride, never revealing that she has secretly helped the ailing Lord Barrowby in his work with the Royal Four. Now that her husband...


The Love of a Good Woman: Stories

Trillium Book Award 1999, Giller Prize 1998, National Book Critics Circle Award for Fiction 1998

by Alice Munro

WINNER OF THE NOBEL PRIZE® IN LITERATURE 2013

In eight new stories, a master of the form extends and magnifies her great themes--the vagaries of love, the passion that leads down unexpected paths, the chaos...


Precinct Puerto Rico

Luis Gonzalo #1

by Steven Torres

Near Rincón, Puerto Rico, 1987.

Even a tropical paradise may have its little murders.

In his years as sheriff of Angustias, a small town nestled in Puerto Rico's mountainous heart, Luis Gonzalo has seen his share...


The Elizabethan Dumb Show (Routledge Revivals): The History of a Dramatic Convention

by Dieter Mehl

First published in English in 1965, this book discusses the roots and development of the dumb show as a device in Elizabethan drama. The work provides not only a useful manual for those who wish to check the...


Harmless

by Dana Reinhardt

There was a man. He had a knife. He attacked us down by the river.

It was just a harmless little lie.

Anna, Emma and Mariah concoct a story about why they're late getting home one night—a story that will replace...


Babylon and Other Stories

by Alix Ohlin

In their various locales--from Montreal (where a prosthetic leg casts a furious spell on its beholders) to New Mexico (where a Soviet-era exchange student redefines home for his hosts)--the characters in Babylon...


The Ropemaker

by Peter Dickinson

Tilja has grown up in the peaceful Valley, which is protected from the fearsome Empire by an enchanted forest. But the forest’s power has begun to fade and the Valley is in danger. Tilja is the youngest of...


The Missing Book

by Lois Gladys Leppard

Mandie’s reading book is missing! Her good friend Joe carries her books back and forth to school for her, but he doesn’t have it. She doesn’t dare tell her parents her book is lost. Books cost a lot of...


The Lightkeeper's Daughter

by Iain Lawrence

Three years have passed since Squid McCrae last saw her parents and the remote island where she grew up. She returns now at seventeen, a young woman with a daughter in tow. The visit, she knows, will be rough....


Siberia: A Novel

by Ann Halam

When Sloe was tiny, her Papa disappeared and she and her mama went to live in a prison camp in the snowy north, in a time and place when there are no more wild animals. Mama’s crime: teaching science, and...


King Leir

by Anonymous & Tiffany Stern

Performed at the Globe Theater in 1605, King Leir is presumed to be a prime source for Shakespeare. Although the story is the same, in this anonymous version the ending is happy. This is the first time this...


Lord of the Deep

by Graham Salisbury

Fishing. This is it, the big time. Mikey's 13, a deckhand working on a charter boat in Hawaii. Working for the best skipper anywhere, his stepdad, Bill. Before Bill came along, it was just Mikey and his mom....


Dr. Franklin's Island

by Ann Halam

Semi, Miranda, and Arnie are part of a group of 50 British Young Conservationists on their way to a wildlife conservation station deep in the rain forests of Ecuador. After a terrifying mid-air disaster and...


Cuba 15

by Nancy Osa

In this story about family and identity, Violet Paz learns about her Cuban heritage and navigates her family’s diverse opinions to form her own in preparation for a quinceañero to celebrate her fifteenth...


Angel of Hope

by Lurlene Mcdaniel

In this compelling sequel to Angel of Mercy, Amber Barlow finds herself following  in her sister footsteps to Uganda for missionary work.  She quickly realizes upon arrival that transitioning from her wealthy...


The Xenocide Mission

by Ben Jeapes

Space opera is back with a bang!

Lieutenant Joel Gilmore is part of a space observation team who find themselves attacked by the very aliens they are watching. It becomes a race against time for their fellow...


The Transall Saga

by Gary Paulsen

Find yourself in another world in The Transall Saga, the latest adventure from Gary Paulsen:

Mark's solo camping trip to the desert begins as any other camping trip, until a mysterious beam of light appears.  The...


Writers Have No Age: Creative Writing for Older Adults, Second Edition

by Karen Updike, Jeri Mccormick & Lenore Mccomas Coberly

Writers Have No Age: Creative Writing for Older Adults, Second Edition is a book for writers by writers. Unlike the first edition, which was aimed at teachers of writing, this edition is aimed at writers themselves....