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Keeping Bad Company

by Caro Peacock

Private investigator Liberty Lane faces the most challenging case of her career in this absorbing mystery|London, 1840. Private investigator Liberty faces a conundrum when her younger brother Tom, an East India...


Isabel's Wedding

by Pamela Oldfield

An unexpected letter brings life-changing news in this suspenseful tale of family secrets and ties|Canterbury, 1900. Olivia Fratton will scream if she hears the words 'Isabel's wedding' one more time; she's...


The Duchess of Drury Lane

by Freda Lightfoot

Passion, jealousy, scandal and betrayal ? a true-life Regency Romance of the rise and fall of an extraordinary woman born into extraordinary times|Growing up in a poverty-stricken, fatherless household, Dorothy...


Marbeck and the Double Dealer

by John Pilkington

From the author of the successful Thomas the Falconer mysteries comes a new historical series featuring Elizabethan intelligencer Martin Marbeck . . .|1600: a new century dawns. War with Spain has dragged on...


Callers' Secrets

by Charlie Piersol

When a Fantasy Muse falls in love with a human, things can get sticky.

On the surface, Ren Crystal appears to be a regular computer repair shop owner-but he isn't. Ren is a Fantasy Muse, born to covertly pleasure...


My Name is Gary

by Mike Snowden

"In a secluded settlement a boy named Gary is forced to go by his middle name because of the deeds of his father. Gary is seen as both a danger and a burden to his village. When it comes time for Gary to challenge...


The Apes of Wrath

by Richard Klaw & Rupert Wyatt

In the Rue Morgue, the jungles of Tarzan, the fables of Aesop, and outer space, the apes in these seventeen fantastic tales boldly go where humans dare not. With a foreword from the director of Rise of the Planet...


All This Talk of Love: A Novel

by Christopher Castellani

It's been fifty years since Antonio Grasso married Maddalena and brought her to America. That was the last time she saw her parents, her sisters and brothers-everything she knew and loved in the village of Santa...


Yo!

by Julia Alvarez

ALA Notable Book. Yolanda Garcia has managed to put herself at the center of many lives. Each part of this novel is told from the viewpoint of one of those first tangled in her web and now frozen in the spotlight...


How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents

by Julia Alvarez

The Garcías-Dr. Carlos (Papi), his wife Laura (Mami), and their four daughters, Carla, Sandra, Yolanda, and Sofía-belong to the uppermost echelon of Spanish Caribbean society, descended from the conquistadores....


The Black Stiletto: Stars & Stripes

by Raymond Benson

It's 1960.  The Black Stiletto, in her civilian persona as Judy Cooper, volunteers to work for John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign, only to become involved in a devious behind-the-scenes plot that could...


Redeye: A Western

by Clyde Edgerton

A New York Times Notable Book. Hang on to your ten gallon hats--Clyde Edgerton has taken his eye for detail, his ear for humor, and his nose for the odor of religious hypocrisy to the Wild West. In REDEYE,...


You've Got a Friend in Me

by B. A. O'Reilly

Synopsis:

Says author B. A. O'Reilly, "We were born to be free. Open the pages of this book and smile."

You've Got a Friend in Me presents a collection of delightful children's poems about animals trying to...


The Iranian Scorpion

by William Peace

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Robert Dawson, an agent of the Drug Enforcement Agency, is sent to Afghanistan to stop the flow of heroin made from the country's biggest crop, opium.

With the help of Kate Conway, a freelance journalist,...


The Ballerina and the Doctor : Sex Sports in the 2016 Olympics / A Romance

by Rosella Bachelli

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The Ballerina and the Doctor is the story of Melissa, an aspiring ballet dancer. Her latent genetic attributes only emerge well past her teens, condemning her to failure in her quest to become a prima...


The Wrath of Lucifer's Deadly Sin

by Carol S. Fowler

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Picture a woman riding a motorcycle alone on a deserted country road along the cornfields of northern Illinois. She runs out of gas. It's getting dark and there's only one house close enough where...


The Bostonians

by Henry James & A.S. Byatt

This brilliant satire of the women’s rights movement in America is the story of the ravishing inspirational speaker Verena Tarrant and the bitter struggle between two distant cousins who seek to control her....


Waxwings

by Jonathan Raban

Jonathan Raban’s powerful novel is set in Seattle in 1999, at the height of its infatuation with the virtual. It’s a place that attracts immigrants. One of these is Tom Janeway, a bookish Hungarian-born...


The Wake-Up

by Robert Ferrigno

When Frank Thorpe, a deeply moral former undercover operative, sees a hard-charging art dealer knock down a Latino child in LAX airport, he decides to teach him a lesson. But Thorpe's plans get a little out...


The Rottweiler

by Ruth Rendell

The first victim had bite marks on her neck so the London papers nicknamed her killer, “the Rottweiler.” He has been stalking the small and diverse London community of Lisson Grove, where Inez Ferry runs...