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Murder Makes a Pilgrimage

Sister Mary Helen #5

by Carol Anne O'Marie

Vivacious and outgoing, Lisa Springer was the most unlikely member of the free pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, the birthplace of Christianity in Spain. And Sister Mary Helen soon had reason to suspect...


Judgment Day

Judgment Day #1

by James F. David

Kingdom of Light; The Forces of Darkness

Ira Breitling---Man of God; Manuel Crow---Lord of Darkness

Even the universe is not big enough for the both of them . . . especially when Ira Breitling is handed a divine...


The Draft

by Pete Williams

An explosive look at the NFL Draft from the inside out that exposes the multilayered feeding frenzy that swarms around America’s top college players.

The Draft follows a handful of NFL hopefuls through the...


Eleven

by Patricia Reilly Giff

Sam is almost 11 when he discovers a locked box in the attic above his grandfather Mack’s room, and a piece of paper that says he was kidnapped. There are lots of other words, but Sam has always had trouble...


Murder in Ordinary Time

Sister Mary Helen #4

by Carol Anne O'Marie

Just one bite of that irresistible Christmas cookie and Christina Kelly, Channel 5's leading investigative reporter, was on the air--dead. The odor of bitter almond told Sister May Helen the cause of the death:...


The Old Spanish Trail

by Ralph Compton

An extraordinary saga of the trail-blazing cowboys who made their fortune driving cattle from Texas to the great frontier. Hard-riding Texans were braving mountains, desert and Indian war-- for the promise of...


Piano

by James Barron

An alluring exploration of the people and the legendary craftsmanship behind a single Steinway piano

Like no other instrument, a grand piano melds engineering feats with the magical sounds of great music: the...


The Da Vinci Legacy

by Lewis Perdue

The Lost Mysteries of Leonardo

The Da Vinci Codex is a priceless collection of Leonardo's original work-- or is it? When Da Vinci scholar Vance Erikson discovers that several of the Codex's pages are forgeries,...


The Heat of Lies

Julian Palmer #2

by Jonathan Stone

Young, beautiful, police detective Julian Palmer is growing up. Just a few years out of the New York Police Academy, she's earning her stripes fast. Julian has solved high profile murder cases, and been promoted...


Heart of the World

Carlotta Carlyle #11

by Linda Barnes

When private investigator Carlotta Carlyle is wakened by a late-night phone call, she discovers that her “little sister,” Paolina, the child with whom she was paired years ago by a local mentoring program,...


The Grays

by Whitley Strieber

We are not alone. Millions of people are confronting aliens that authorities say do not exist. Whitley Strieber--author of the legendary, #1 bestselling book Communion, which detailed his own close encounters--now...


A Weekend at Blenheim

by J. P. Morrissey

In this enthralling and atmospheric tale of murder, revenge and redemption, a young American struggles to make sense of a world he does not understand, where the price of acceptance may be murder.

John Vanbrugh...


Windward West

by Matt Braun

The Brannock brothers couldn't be more different, but they have one thing in common: the drive to make their dreams come true in the wild and wide-open southwest territory. Virgil Brannock's got plans-big plans:...


The California Trail

by Ralph Compton

An extraordinary saga of the trail-blazing cowboys who made their fortune

driving cattle from Texas to the Great Frontier.

Across the Pecos, the Rio Colorado and La Panza mountains, the Texans and their longhorns...


Eager

by Helen Fox

It's the end of the 21st century where technocrats rule and robots take care of humans’ every need. Your house watches you, knows your secrets, and talks to you. And your closest friend can be—a machine?...


Judgment of the Grave

Sweeney St. George Mysteries #3

by Sarah Stewart Taylor

As gravestone expert Sweeney St. George tours burial sites of the Civil War, she stops to watch a battlefield reenactment in Massachusetts. There, she meets Pres Whiting, a boy whose family is in the gravestone...


Never Leave Me

by John Glatt

In a quiet community of million dollar homes and shiny SUVs, the Nyce family projected the very image of success. Dr. Jonathan Nyce, an asthma sufferer, had achieved medical breakthroughs that made him rich—and...


Dirty Little Secrets

by Joy King

Nothing prepares Tyler Blake for the fast-paced living of New York City. A small-town girl from Georgia, she quickly gets caught up in the glamorous entertainment industry.  While pursuing her dream of becoming...


The Ultimate College Acceptance System

by Danny Ruderman

Danny Ruderman has helped countless students successfully apply, and get accepted, to the colleges of their choice.  Now, with his step-by-step, comprehensive system he can help you too. Like having a college...


Office Haiku

by James Rogauskas

Poems! About your office!

We work hard at our jobs, and in return we are frequently plagued by bad coffee, strange smells, paper cuts, other people, and, at least once a week, Mondays. So what better way to tackle...