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The Goon show. Volume 21, The missing battleship.
From 1952 to 1960 the Goons ruled the airwaves, the most celebrated and influential clowns in the history of radio. This latest release features four more episodes of classic Goonery.
The Goon show. Volume 22, The booted gorilla.
From 1952 to 1960 the Goons ruled the airwaves, the most celebrated and influential clowns in the history of radio. This latest release features four more episodes of classic Goonery.
Sexton Blake. First class ticket to nowhere.
Lost in the fog, Sexton Blake and his friends stumble across a deserted railway station. Then there's a gunshot.
The wrath & the dawn, Renee Ahdieh
Every dawn brings horror to a different family in a land ruled by a killer. Khalid, the eighteen-year-old Caliph of Khorasan, takes a new bride each night only to have her executed at sunrise. So it is a suspicious surprise when sixteen-year-old Shahrzad volunteers to marry Khalid.
Brick Lane, Monica Ali
Keeping house and rearing children, Nazneen does what is expected of her. Into that fragile peace walks Karim, raising questions of longing and belonging that open her eyes to surprising truths. While Nazneen struggles in Tower Hamlets, her sister Hasina has her own dreams back home in Bangladesh.
Beach town, Mary Kay Andrews
Greer Hennessy needs palm trees. As a movie location scout, picture-perfect is the name of the game. But her last project literally went up in flames, and her career is on the verge of flaming out. Greer has been given one last chance, if she can find the perfect undiscovered beach hideaway for a big-budget movie. Cypress Key, Florida, seems perfect. There's just one problem: Eben Thibadeaux, the town's mayor. He objects to her plan and they are way too attracted to each other for either of them to see reason.
Savannah breeze, Mary Kay Andrews
BeBe Loudermilk lost her worldly possessions to a con man, and all that's left is a ramshackle 1950s motor court on Tybee Island. Breeze Inn is a place where the very classy BeBe normally wouldn't be caught dead, but with no alternative, she vows to make magic out of mud.
The circle: the beginning Ashley & JaQuavis.
Meet the Porters — a family of criminals at the highest level. On the eve of their exile from a life of crime, it all goes bad. These brothers and sisters go on the run from the law and are on a wild dash to the border before the authorities capture them.
Moving weight Ashley & JaQuavis.
Thrown into a web of lies, drugs, and deceit, Dysha has had money put on her head by the most powerful man in the city. Now, with the entire city gunning for her, she can only trust one man.
The last nude, Ellis Avery
Paris, 1927. One day in July, a young American named Rafaela Fano gets into the car of a coolly dazzling stranger, the Art Deco painter Tamara de Lempicka. Struggling to halt a downward slide toward prostitution, Rafaela agrees to model for the artist, a dispossessed Saint Petersburg aristocrat with a murky past.
Him with his foot in his mouth and other stories, Saul Bellow
Him with His Foot in His Mouth, and Other Stories is a collection of short fiction from one of the most influential authors of the twentieth century. In the title piece, a musicologist awaiting extradition in British Columbia reflects on the events of his past that led to his criminal offense — beginning with a thoughtless insult he'd given over thirty years earlier.
Friendship according to Humphrey, Betty G. Birney
When Og the Frog came to live in Room 26, I felt a little jealous. Still, I tried to be welcoming but I soon discovered that its HARD-HARD-HARD to make friends with a lumpy, bumpy frog! Then I found out that my fellow students were having problems with their friends, too. A.J.
The world according to Humphrey, Betty G. Birney
You can learn a lot about life by observing another species. That's what Humphrey was told when he was bought as a classroom pet for Room 26. And it's definitely true! In addition to his classroom escapades, each weekend he gets to sleep over with a different student.
Target Tirpitz: x-craft, agents and dambusters: the epic quest to destroy Hitler's mightiest warship, Patrick Bishop
Target Tirpitz is gripping WW2 storytelling at its best and a return to the RAF territory of Patrick Bishop's bestselling Bomber Boys and Fighter Boys. The Tirpitz, Hitler's greatest weapon, was reputed to be unsinkable and the battleship inflamed an Allied obsession: to destroy her at any cost.
Distortion, Terri Blackstock
When Juliet Cole's husband of 15 years is murdered before her eyes, she thinks it was a random shooting. Devastated and traumatized, she answers hours of questioning, then returns home to break the tragic news to her boys.
Twisted innocence, Terri Blackstock
Holly Cramer has stumbled through most of her adult life as a party girl, but she longs to live a more stable life for her daughter, Lily. When police show up to question her about the whereabouts of Lily's father, Creed Kershaw, a person of interest in a drug-related murder case, she is determined to keep him out of their lives and turn him over to police. But her bravado backfires when he turns the tables and takes her and Lily hostage.
Bitter blood: a true story of southern family pride, madness, and multiple murder, Jerry Bledsoe
Details the experiences off three wealthy Southern families connected through marriage and through murder. The shocking real-life events include obsessive love and bitter custody battles that led toward the bloody climax that took nine lives.
Blood games: a true account of family murder, Jerry Bledsoe
From the New York Times bestselling author of Bitter Blood, comes the story of a greed so powerful it led to an unspeakable crime. Wealthy Lieth von Stein lay dead and his wife Bonnie near death in their North Carolina home after a vicious assault with a knife and baseball bat as they slept.
Girl with a white dog, Anne Booth
Jessie is excited when her gran gets a white Alsatian puppy, but with Snowy's arrival a mystery starts to unfold. As Jessie learns about Nazi Germany at school, past and present begin to slot together and she uncovers something long-buried, troubling and somehow linked to another girl and another white dog.
Deadly appearances, Gail Bowen
Andy Boychuk is a successful Saskatchewan politician — until one sweltering August afternoon when the party faithful gather at a picnic. All of the key people in Boychuk's life — family, friends, enemies — are there.
The gifted, Gail Bowen
Jo and Zack's young daughter Taylor's precocious talent as a painter has drawn the attention of people who may not be at all what they seem …
Murder at the Mendel, Gail Bowen
As a child Joanne was friends with Sally Love and her parents, but the friendship languished after Sally's father died and she moved away, eventually becoming a very controversial artist. When the Mendel Gallery opens an exhibition of Sally's work, Joanne is eager to attend and to renew their friendship. But it's not so easy being Sally's friend anymore.
The wandering soul murders, Gail Bowen
Murder is the last thing on Joanne Kilbourn's mind on a perfect morning in May. Then the phone rings, and she learns that her daughter Mieka has found the corpse of a young woman in an alley near her store.
The Blue Zones: lessons for living longer from the people who've lived the longest, Dan Buettner
National Geographic explorer Dan Buettner has travelled the globe to uncover the best strategies for longevity found in the Blue Zones: places in the world where higher percentages of people enjoy remarkably long, full lives.
The Blue Zones solution: eating and living like the world's healthiest people, Dan Buettner
Dan Buettner lays out a proven plan to maximize your health based on the practices of the world's healthiest people.
Thrive: finding happiness the Blue Zones way, Dan Buettner
What makes us authentically happy? It's not wealth, youth, beauty, or awards. Buettner identifies the happiest regions on different continents and explores why their populations report being happier than others.
Stalking the caravan: a drug agent in Afghanistan, 1971-1973, Terrence M. Burke
AFGHANISTAN 1971. The rugged routes to Kabul teemed with worldwide youth in search of cheap drugs and enlightenment. With the idyllic dreamers came hard core criminals. Sent to Kabul to take on the criminals was Federal Narcotics Agent, Terrence Burke.
Captain's fury, Jim Butcher
After two years of bitter conflict with the hordes of invading Canim, Tavi of Calderon, now Captain of the First Aleran Legion, realises that a peril far greater than the Canim exists-the mysterious threat that drove the savage Canim to flee their homeland.
First lord's fury, Jim Butcher
The savage Vord are on the march, and Gaius Octavian, first lord of Alera, must lead his legions to the Calderon Valley to stand against them — using all of his intelligence, ingenuity, and furycraft to save their world from eternal darkness.
Princeps' fury, Jim Butcher
Tavi of Calderon, now recognized as Princeps Gaius Octavian and heir to the crown, has achieved a fragile alliance with Alera's oldest foes, the savage Canim. But when Tavi and his legions guide the Canim safely to their lands, his worst fears are realised.
The wild inside: a novel of suspense, Christine Carbo
It was a clear, starry night in Glacier National Park. Fourteen-year-old Ted Systead and his father were camping peacefully beneath the rugged peaks and sweeping sky when the unimaginable happened: Ted's father was mauled by a grizzly bear and dragged to his death.
Daddy, stop talking!: & other things my kids want but won't be getting, Adam Carolla
The comedian, actor, and television host draws on his own childhood as a cautionary tale to demonstrate to parents what they must do if they don't want to have to support their kids forever.
Full contact, Sarah Castille
In the third steamy instalment of Sarah Castille's Redemption series, sweet Sia cannot help but be attracted to bad boy MMA fighter Ray.
Tiny pretty things Sona Charaipotra & Dhonielle Clayton.
Black Swan meets Pretty Little Liars in this soapy, drama-packed novel featuring diverse characters who will do anything to be the prima at their elite ballet school. Gigi, Bette, and June, three top students at an exclusive Manhattan ballet school, have seen their fair share of drama.
The Pelee project: one woman's escape from urban madness, Jane Christmas
Out of the dawn light, Alys Clare
It is 1087 and William Rufus has just ascended the throne; England lies under a harsh new militaristic regime. Rebellion is in the air and, in the shadows, secrets are muttered that men will kill for. On her sister's wedding day, Lassair meets an attractive and enigmatic stranger who brings a breath of the glamorous and fascinating outside world to her backwater Fenland village.
The song the nightingale, Alys Clare
Winter, 1211. Former abbess Helewise moves back to her cell near Hawkenlye Abbey to help the needy, putting a strain on her relationship with Sir Josse D'Acquin, who is called to examine the bodies of three men, one of whom bears a complicated symbol carved into his chest: a symbol that signifies vengeance.
Pinnacle event, Richard A. Clarke
Against the backdrop of the 2016 presidential election, five simultaneous murders on three continents leads a cyber sleuth to a thread revealing someone has just bought five nuclear weapons. But who and what is their target? American intelligence expert Ray Bowman is brought in to find out.
Resilience: two sisters and a story of mental illness Jessie Close with Pete Earley.
The sister of actress Glenn Close gives an unflinching look at mental illness, addiction, destructive relationships, self-discovery, and ultimately forgiveness.
The empress, Meg Clothier
Princess Agnes of France is thirteen when she marries the heir to Byzantium, an empire unmatched in wealth, power and glamour. But once she sets foot in the Queen of Cities, a decadent world where dazzling luxury masks unspeakable cruelty, she realises that her husband is a deluded mother's boy with mighty enemies and treacherous allies.
Drowning Rose, Marika Cobbold
Sometimes the hardest person to forgive is yourself. It is winter in London. Eliza Cummings, a ceramics restorer at the V&A Museum, is leaving work when she receives an unexpected phone call.
A heart's danger, Colleen Coble
Christmas is coming, and the air at Fort Laramie has turned cold … but relations with the Sioux have turned colder. As tensions between soldiers and natives approach a tipping point, Ben Croftner and Jessica DuBois prepare a trap for Rand Campbell.
A heart's obsession, Colleen Coble
When Sarah Montgomery's father succumbs to his long illness, Sarah is faced with a life-altering choice: submit to her brother's will and marry the deceptive Ben Croftner … or escape through the dangerous American West to reclaim the heart of her beloved Rand Campbell at Fort Laramie, Wyoming.
A heart's promise, Colleen Coble
Emmie Croftner let Isaac Liddle go to avoid telling him about her past. But Isaac remains determined to win Emmie's heart and hand. Though Emmie resolves to keep her heart in check, it hurts when she sees that another woman has set her bonnet for Isaac.
Where love lies, Julie Cohen
Lately, Felicity just can't shake a shadow of uncertainty. Her husband Quinn is the kindest person she knows and loves her peculiarities more than Felicity feels she deserves. But suddenly it's as if she doesn't quite belong.
The coroner's lunch, Colin Cotterill
Set in Laos, once part of Indochina, recently taken over by the Communist Pathet Lao party, its protagonist, Dr. Siri Paiboun, is a physician trained in Paris. For lack of other candidates — most of the educated class has fled — he has been appointed chief coroner.
Buckle and Squash and the monstrous moat-dragon, Sarah Courtauld
This is the story of two very different sisters — Eliza, who longs to ride into battle against villains and dragons, and Lavender, who would give anything to be a pampered princess. Before the end of the story both of them have had a chance to fulfil their dreams, though not quite in the way they intended.
Pirate latitudes, Michael Crichton
The Caribbean, 1665. Pirate captain Charles Hunter, with backing from a powerful ally, assembles a crew of ruffians to take the Spanish galleon, "El Trinidad," guarded by the bloodthirsty Cazalla, a favourite commander of the Spanish king himself.
Campari for breakfast, Sara Crowe
In 1987, Sue Bowl's world changes for ever. Her mother dies, leaving her feeling like she's lost a vital part of herself. And then her father shacks up with an awful gold-digger called Ivana. But Sue's mother always told her to make the most of what she's got and what she's got is a love of writing and some interesting relatives.
Can anybody help me? Sinead Crowley
It was crazy really, she had never met the woman, had no idea of her real name but she thought of her as a friend. Or, at least, the closest thing she had to a friend in Dublin. Struggling with a new baby, Yvonne turns to netmammy, an online forum for mothers, for support.
Undone: a memoir: a story of making peace with an unexpected life, Michele Cushatt
A look back makes Michele long for a do-over, the chance to make fewer mistakes and leave less of a mess to clean up. A look forward makes Michele wonder if all her attempts to control life have robbed her of the vibrancy of it.
In too deep, Bea Davenport
Five years ago Maura fled life in Dowerby and took on a new identity, desperately trying to piece her life back together. But then a reporter tracks her down, and persuades her to tell her story, putting her own life in danger once again.
Long summer day, R. F. Delderfield
Paul Craddock is still young when he is invalided out of the army after the Boer War and he discovers the neglected estate of Shallowford in a secluded corner of Devon. It seems remote from the march of progress.
When I fall in love, Miranda Dickinson
Elsie Maynard has a whole new life she never expected to have. From inadvertently founding a choir like no other with former 80s rock star Woody Jensen, to daring to date again, Elsie steps out into an unknown future.
The red eagles, David Downing
World War II is nearly over. For the Russians, the enemy is no longer Nazi Germany, but the American behemoth that threatens to topple the Communist revolution. Deep within the walls of the Kremlin, Stalin's top man hatches a brilliant plan that will alter the course of post-war history and it's all based on a deception as simple as the shell game.
A sorceress of his own, Dianne Duvall
Since the day Lord Dillon earned his spurs, rumours of his savagery on the battlefield have preceded him into every room, stilling tongues and sparking fear. Weary of battle, he wishes only to find a woman he can wed who will approach him not with fear, but with the tenderness that has been absent from his life for so long.
No one to trust, Lynette Eason
Summer Abernathy wakes up one morning to find her husband missing, three men in her home intent on finding him, and the life she's been living based on a lie.
No place to hide, Lynette Eason
It's not every day you see your childhood friend and onetime crush on national news. Jackie Sellers just wishes it were under different circumstances. She can't believe that Ian Lockwood is wanted in connection with a terrorist plot, and she's determined to find him and help him clear his name.
Nowhere to turn, Lynette Eason
The day Danielle Harding takes her eleven-year-old son, Simon, and flees from her abusive husband is the same day Kurt Harding dies. A relieved Dani believes that she and her son are finally safe, but in reality, the danger has only just begun.
River of destiny, Barbara Erskine
From the bestselling author of Time's Legacy and Lady of Hay comes a thrilling new novel River of Destiny. On the banks of the River Deben in Suffolk lies a set of barns dating back to the Anglo Saxons, within their walls secrets have laid buried for centuries.
The life we bury, Allen Eskens
College student Joe Talbert has the modest goal of completing a writing assignment for an English class. His task is to interview a stranger and write a brief biography of the person. With deadlines looming, Joe heads to a nearby nursing home to find a willing subject.
American assassin, Vince Flynn
Before he was considered a CIA superagent, before he was thought of as a terrorist's worst nightmare, and before he was both loathed and admired by the politicians on Capitol Hill, Mitch Rapp was a gifted college athlete without a care in the world … and then tragedy struck.
Kill shot, Vince Flynn
For months, Mitch Rapp has been steadily working his way through a list of the men responsible for the slaughter of 270 civilians including his own girlfriend in the Pan Am Lockerbie bombing bullet by bullet. His next target a Libyan diplomat should be easy.
Call nurse Jenny, Maggie Ford
Jenny has been in love with the handsome and successful Matthew Ward since she was sixteen. The trouble is he sees her as the girl-next-door, just one of his friends. When Matthew joins the army Jenny disentangles herself from her clinging mother in order to do her bit for the war effort by becoming a nurse.
The travels of Maudie Tipstaff, Margaret Forster
Plagued all her life by her roisterous husband, strait-laced, outspoken, domineering Maudie Tipstaff is now on her own. Invited by her two daughters and her son to spend four months with each of them, she leaves Glasgow for the very first time, uncertain of what awaits her.
Bad intentions, Karin Fossum
Early one September, three friends spend the weekend at a remote cabin by Dead Water Lake. With only a pale moon to light their way, they row across the water in the middle of the night. But only two of them return, and they make a pact not to call for help until the following morning.
Black seconds, Karin Fossum
Ida Joner gets on her brand-new bike and sets off to buy sweets. A good-natured, happy girl, she is looking forward to her tenth birthday. Thirty-five minutes after Ida should have come home, Helga Joner, her mother, starts to worry.
The caller, Karin Fossum
One mild summer evening Lily and her husband are enjoying a meal while their baby daughter sleeps peacefully in her pram beneath a maple tree. But when Lily steps outside she is paralysed with terror. The child is bathed in blood. Inspector Sejer is called to the hospital to meet the family.
Calling out for you, Karin Fossum
Inspector Konrad Sejer returns on the trail of a violent killer in small-town Norway. Gunder Jomann, a quiet, middle-aged man from a peaceful Norwegian town, thinks that his life is made complete when he returns from a trip to India a married man.
He who fears the wolf, Karin Fossum
A young boy runs into his local police station claiming to have seen Halldis Horn's brutally murdered corpse. Furthermore, Errki Johrma, an escaped psychiatric patient, was sighted at the scene. The next morning, the bank is robbed at gunpoint, a hostage is taken and the suspect takes to the woods.
The water's edge, Karin Fossum
A married couple, Reinhardt and Kristine Ris, are out for a Sunday walk when they discover the body of a boy and see the figure of a man limping away. They alert the police, but not before Reinhardt, to Kristine's horror, kneels down and takes photographs of the dead child with his cell phone.
Love's awakening, Laura Frantz
Ellie Ballantyne has left finishing school, and returns home to Pittsburgh. When she opens a day school for young ladies, she begins tutoring the incorrigible daughter of the enemy Turlock clan. The Turlocks are slaveholders and whiskey magnates, envious of the powerful Ballantynes and suspicious of their abolitionist leanings. As Ellie becomes increasingly tangled with the Turlocks, she finds herself falling in love with an impossible future — and Jack Turlock, a young man striving to free himself from his family's violent legacy.
Love's fortune, Laura Frantz
Sheltered since birth at her Kentucky home, Rowena Ballantyne has heard only whispered rumours of her grandfather Silas's vast fortune. When her father receives a rare letter summoning him to New Hope, Pa.
Love's reckoning, Laura Frantz
In this sweeping family saga set in western Pennsylvania, one man's choices in love and work, in friends and enemies, set the stage for generations to come. On a bitter December day in 1785, Silas Ballantyne arrives at the door of master blacksmith Liege Lee in York, Pennsylvania.
Immoral, Brian Freeman
Lieutenant Jonathan Stride is suffering from an ugly case of déjà vu. For the second time in a year, a beautiful teenage girl has disappeared off the streets of Duluth, Minnesota — gone without a trace, like a bitter gust off Lake Superior. The two victims couldn't be more different.
Spitting devil, Brian Freeman
Detective Jonathan Stride is back. A third woman dead in two months, and for the third time, Alison Malville isn't sure her husband was home all night. When the killer sends the usual photo of his victim to the press, she sees an item of her clothing left with this body, too.
Stripped, Brian Freeman
Elonda's seen most things working the streets. But it's a first when her client is shot dead in the act. Detective Jonathan Stride establishes that the victim is MJ Lane, son of a millionaire film producer. Another death of a little boy is troubling the Vegas force.
Turn to stone, Brian Freeman
Ten years ago, six-year-old Catalina Mateo hid under the porch of her family home while a knife butchered her mother and a bullet killed her father. Now, a rough-sleeping orphan, Cat arrives at the house of Detective Jonathan Stride, pleading for protection.
Twice in a lifetime, Dorothy Garlock
Sundown, Missouri, 1954. Clara Sinclair's hands are full. Her husband died years ago while courageously fighting in World War II, leaving her to raise their son Tommy alone. Tommy was always precocious, but now that he's a teenager, he's become wild and unruly. Clara needs help keeping him in line ..
The trouble with Valentine's Day, Rachel Gibson
When everything about her life in Las Vegas just seems to be going wrong, Kate Hamilton leaves her job as a PI and points her car toward Gospel, Idaho. Gospel is the kind of town where a girl can take it easy and just be herself, or so she hopes.
Words without music: a memoir, Philip Glass
A world-renowned composer of symphonies, operas, and film scores, Philip Glass has, almost single-handedly, crafted the dominant sound of late-twentieth-century classical music. Whether recalling his experiences working at Bethlehem Steel, travelling in India, driving a cab in 1970s New York, or his professional collaborations with the likes of Allen Ginsberg, Ravi Shankar, Robert Wilson, Doris Lessing, and Martin Scorsese, Words Without Music affirms the power of music to change the world.
Intuition, Allegra Goodman
Sandy Glass, a charismatic publicity-seeking oncologist, and Marion Mendelssohn, a pure, exacting scientist, are co-directors of a lab at the Philpott Institute dedicated to cancer research and desperately in need of a grant.
I'd walk with my friends if I could find them, Jesse Goolsby
In this powerful debut novel, three American soldiers haunted by their actions in Afghanistan search for absolution and human connection in family and civilian life.
Atticus Claw lends a paw, Jennifer Gray
Atticus Grammatticus Cattypuss Claw, the world's greatest police cat, is back. When the kittens at the local cats' home are wrongly suspected of a knitting crime spree, Inspector Cheddar is baffled. Atticus must step in to find the real culprits.
An outlaw's heart, Shelley Shepard. Gray
When Russell Stark returns to Fort Worth, he's determined to begin a new life. But when he arrives at his mother's homestead, he discovers that she is very ill and the woman he loved is still as beautiful and sweet as he remembered.
The case of the exploding loo, Rachel Hamilton
Quirky 12-year-old Noelle Hawkins may be one of the brightest girls in her class but even she is completely miffed to explain how her dad, wacky scientist Big Brain Brian, spontaneously combusted while sitting in a portaloo.
The hunter killers: the extraordinary story of the first Wild Weasels, the band of maverick aviators who flew the most dangerous missions of the Vietnam War, Dan Hampton
A gripping chronicle of the band of maverick fighter pilots who signed on for the suicidal, dangerous top-secret "Iron Hand" programme during the Vietnam War — which used revolutionary tactics to combat Soviet missile technology — from New York Times bestselling author Dan Hampton.
The lighthouse, Alan Harris
Lighthouse keepers Howell and Griffith are posted to 6 weeks on the Smalls — a desolate rock 20 miles off the Pembrokeshire coast. But the two men share a past, and because of what happens next, lighthouses would never again have only a crew of two.
Deep shelter, Oliver Harris
London is steaming under a summer of filthy heat and sudden storms and Detective Nick Belsey, of Hampstead CID, is trying to stay out of trouble. But then somebody sets him a riddle. How does a man walk into a dead-end alley and never come out?
The memory of midnight, Pamela Hartshorne
One hot day in Elizabethan York, young Nell Appleby is trapped in a wooden chest, and a horror of the stifling dark — and of the man who trapped her — dogs her for the rest of her life. Wed to the sadistic Ralph Maskewe, Nell must find joy where she can, until the return of her childhood sweetheart offers a chance of flight to the New World.
How to catch a prince, Rachel Hauck
American heiress Corina Del Rey caught her prince once. But the tragedy of war kept her too long in a fog of grief. Now she's shifting her life forward, reigniting her career as a journalist. Still, nothing can relieve her of the secret and the love she carries in her soul.
Once upon a prince, Rachel Hauck
Susanna Truitt never dreamed of a great romance or being treated like a princess. When her high-school-sweetheart-turned-Marine-officer breaks up instead of proposing, Susanna scrambles to rebuild her life. The last thing Prince Nathaniel expects to find on his American holiday to St.
Princess ever after, Rachel Hauck
Regina Beswick was born to be a princess. But she's content to be a small-town girl, running a classic auto restoration shop, unaware a secret destiny awaits her. One that will leap from the pages of her grandmother's hand-painted book of fairytales.
Expanded universe. Volume 1, Robert A. Heinlein
Robert A. Heinlein has been hailed as one of the most forward-thinking science fiction writers of all time, and Expanded Universe (presented in two volumes) offers the perfect collection of his works to provide listeners with true insights into his uniquely creative mind.
A life in secrets: the story of Vera Atkins and the lost agents of SOE, Sarah Helm
As head of the French Section of the British Special Operations Executive, Vera Atkins recruited, trained, and mentored special operatives whose job was to organise and arm the resistance in Nazi-occupied France.
Somebody to love, Kristan Higgins
After her father loses the family fortune in an insider-trading scheme, single mom Parker Welles is faced with some hard decisions. First order of business: go to Gideon's Cove, Maine, to sell the only thing she now owns; a decrepit house in need of some serious flipping.
The love season, Elin Hilderbrand
Journeying to Nantucket to visit with her new fiancé's family, Renata goes against her father's wishes to confront the truth about her mother's untimely death, an effort that brings her into the complicated life of her godmother, Marguerite.
The case of the Sin City sister, J. Lynne. Hinton
Years ago, Eve heard God's call to become a nun, but her recent stint moonlighting at her father's detective agency invigorates her so much that she's wrestling with her vocation. She's working with him on a case involving a miner in New Mexico when alarming news develops: her sister Dorisanne is missing.
Lullaby, Amanda Hocking
Gemma had to disappear with Penn, Lexi and Thea after a night of incredible violence on the island. She can still barely come to terms with her new affinity with the ocean — and the siren powers that go with it. Now she's been transformed, Gemma has no choice but to leave all she loves behind.
A mother's gift, Maggie Hope
Taken in by her grandparents to ease the pressure on her poverty-stricken family, Katie Benfield knows she's one of the lucky ones. Even so, she dreams of a better life and of pursuing a nursing career.
The cold, cold sea, Linda Huber
They stared at each other, and Maggie felt the tightness in her middle expand as it shifted, burning its way up. Painful sobs rose from her throat as Colin, his face expressionless now, reached for his mobile and dialled 999.
One for the Murphys, Lynda Mullaly. Hunt
After heartbreaking betrayal, Carley is sent to live with a foster family and struggles with opening herself up to their love.
Married til Monday, Denise Hunter
With a big anniversary party in the works for her parents, Ryan will pretend to be Abby's husband for just one last weekend. Ryan McKinley has tried to move on from his ex-wife, Abby. He's sulked, he's gotten angry, and ultimately he bought her dream house. Big mistake.
Night whispers, Erin Hunter
As Jayfeather, Lionblaze, and Dovepaw continue to seek answers to the mysterious prophecy that binds them, they learn that another cat may play an essential role in defeating the Dark Forces.
Sign of the moon, Erin Hunter
The end of the stars draws near. The dark forces that have driven a rift between the four warrior Clans are growing stronger. Jayfeather, Lionblaze, and Dovepaw now know that unless they can unravel the true meaning behind the prophecy that binds them, the warrior code could be destroyed forever.
True detectives, Jonathan Kellerman
Follows Moe Reed and Aaron Fox on the twisted trail of a missing girl, a dark, baffling whodunit that forces the brothers to put aside their mutual animus — and to confront the unresolved family mystery that turned them into enemies. PIs can do things, legally, that cops can't.
The summer remains, Seth King
Twenty-four-year-old Summer Johnson knows two things. The first is that due to a quickly worsening medical condition, she faces a risky surgery in three months? time that may or may not end in her death. The second is that she would like to fall in love before then.
Pretty baby, Mary Kubica
She sees the teenage girl on the train platform, standing in the pouring rain, clutching an infant in her arms. She boards a train and is whisked away. But she can't get the girl out of her head … Heidi Wood has always been a charitable woman: she works for a non-profit, takes in stray cats.
Pirate hunters: treasure, obsession, and the search for a legendary pirate ship, Robert Kurson
A thrilling new adventure of danger and deep-sea diving, historic mystery and suspense, by the author of the New York Times bestseller Shadow Divers Finding and identifying a pirate ship is the hardest thing to do under the sea.
Rules for becoming a legend, Timothy S. Lane
A spirited debut of a rising basketball star wrestling with his town's outsized expectations and his family's complicated legacy Jimmy "Kamikaze" Kirkus is a basketball star, destined for a legendary future in the NBA. At the age of five, he can make nine shots in a row.
Is this tomorrow, Caroline Leavitt
In 1956, Ava Lark rents a house with her twelve-year-old son, Lewis, in a desirable Boston suburb. Ava is beautiful, divorced, Jewish, and a working mom. She finds her neighbours less than welcoming. Lewis yearns for his absent father, befriending the only other fatherless kids: Jimmy and Rose.
The song of names, Norman Lebrecht
Martin Simmonds' father tells him, "Never trust a musician when he speaks about love." The advice comes too late. Martin already loves Dovidl Rapoport, an eerily gifted Polish violin prodigy whose parents left him in the Simmonds's care before they perished in the Holocaust.
The cost of all things, Maggie Lehrman
What would you pay to cure your heartbreak? When Ari's boyfriend Win dies, she gets a spell to erase all memory of him. But spells come at a cost, and this one sets off a chain of events that reveal the hidden — and sometimes dangerous — connections between Ari, her friends, and the boyfriend she can no longer remember.
Find the good: unexpected life lessons from a small-town obituary writer, Heather Lende
As the obituary writer in a spectacularly beautiful but often dangerous spit of land in Alaska, Heather Lende knows something about last words and lives well lived. Now she's distilled what she's learned about how to live a more exhilarating and meaningful life into three words: find the good.
Mission Hindenburg, C. Alexander. London
The Cahills are the world's most powerful family, but their strength is being tested. A sinister man calling himself The Outcast has targeted the family and set them an impossible test. He's recreating four of history's worst disasters and challenging the young Cahills to find and stop the tragedies before it's too late.
The bracelet, Dorothy Love
Celia Browning dreams of the day when her childhood sweetheart Sutton Mackay comes home to Savannah after two years in Jamaica managing his family's shipping interests. Sutton has all but proposed, and their marriage will unite two of the city's most prominent families.
Legend, Marie Lu
What was once the Western United States is now home to the Republic, a nation perpetually at war with its neighbours. Born into an elite family in one of the Republic's wealthiest districts, fifteen-year-old June is a prodigy being groomed for success in the Republic's highest military circles.
Last snow, Eric Van Lustbader
Jack McClure, Special Advisor and closest friend to the new President of the United States, takes on a personal mission along with his official one: keeping safe from harm his two incompatible companions — Annika Dementieva, a rogue Russian FSB agent, and Alli Carson, the President's daughter — and finding the people responsible for murdering an American senator who was supposedly on a political trip to the Ukraine.
The sudden arrival of violence, Malcolm Mackay
This is the stunning conclusion to the Glasgow Trilogy from the celebrated author of The Necessary Death of Lewis Winter and How a Gunman Says Goodbye. He's touching the front of his coat, feeling the shape of the gun. Should have got rid of it. On any other night, any other job, he would.
The redemption of Alexander Seaton, Shona MacLean
Is the young man merely drunk or does his tottering walk suggest something more sinister? When he collapses, vomiting, over the two whores who find him on that dark wet night, they guess rightly that he's been murdered by poisoning.
Meet me in Malmo, Torquil MacLeod
Second-rate British journalist, Ewan Strachan, is invited to interview an old university friend, Mick Roslyn, who is now a leading film director in Sweden. On arrival in Malmo, Strachan is in for a terrible shock when he discovers the dead body of Roslyn's glamorous film star wife.
Murder in Malmo, Torquil MacLeod
A gunman is loose in Malmo and he's targeting immigrants. The charismatic head of an advertising agency is found dead in his shower. Inspector Anita Sundstrom wants to be involved in the murder investigations, but she is being sidelined by her antagonistic boss.
In tune with love, Amy Matayo
April Quinn loves her sister and wants to make sure the week of her wedding is the happiest of her life, even if it means putting up with Kristin's every crazy whim. But when Kristin hires Jack Vaughn as the wedding singer, all sisterly devotion flies out the window.
Trusting Liam, Molly McAdams
A night they will always remember… A connection neither can deny… A secret that could destroy it all… When Kennedy Ryan moves to California, she never expected to come face to face with the man who has haunted her thoughts for a year.
Picture perfect love, Melissa McClone
Photographer Jenna Harrison wants every bride and groom to look picture perfect on their special day, putting her heart into every wedding to give the couple memorable images of their love. But her own heart is still broken, the unworn wedding dress hanging in her closet a reminder that relationships aren't always as perfect as they look through her camera lens.
A fall of marigolds, Susan Meissner
September 1911. On Ellis Island in New York Harbor, nurse Clara Wood cannot face returning to Manhattan, where the man she loved fell to his death in the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire. Then, while caring for a fevered immigrant whose own loss mirrors hers, she becomes intrigued by a name embroidered onto the scarf he carries.
A sound among the trees, Susan Meissner
Susannah was rumoured to be a Civil War spy for the North, a traitor to her Virginian roots. Her great-granddaughter Adelaide, the current matriarch of Holly Oak, doesn't believe that Susannah's ghost haunts the antebellum mansion looking for a pardon, but rather the house itself bears a grudge toward its tragic past.
Spike Milligan: the Parkinson interviews, Spike Milligan
Presented by Michael Parkinson, this highly entertaining collection of interviews is taken from Spike Milligan's numerous appearances on Parkinson between 1972 and 1982. The subjects which Spike covers include his early years, his poetry and books, The Goons, and his relationship with the BBC.
Puppy gets stuck, Sue Mongredien
Emily's family has a new puppy — a cheeky little scamp called Pickle. And a pickle is exactly what he gets into when he decides to go exploring! The family are all out on a walk when Pickle goes missing.
The summer's end, Mary Alice. Monroe
It is summer's end and Sea Breeze, the family's beloved estate on Sullivan's Island, must be sold. It is an emotional time of transition as Mamaw and the three sisters each must face loss and find a new place in the world.
Anything goes: a biography of the roaring twenties, Lucy Moore
This is an exhilarating portrait of the era of invention, glamour and excess from one of the brightest young stars of mainstream history writing. Bracketed by the catastrophes of the Great War and the Wall Street Crash, the 1920s was a time of fear and hedonism.
The lost mother, Mary McGarry Morris
Enduring the Great Depression from within a tent during a Vermont summer, Henry struggles to support his two young children and considers a proposition from a wealthy neighbour, who would hire the children as companions for her homebound son.
Her ladyship's girl: a maid's life in London, Anwyn Moyle
Anwyn Moyle was born at the end of the First World War in a small mining village in Wales. At the age of sixteen, she was sent to London to earn her living, where she found a live-in job as a scullery maid. Her day began at 5 a.m.
Gone, Rebecca Muddiman
250,000 people go missing in the UK every year. 91% of those reported to police are found within 48 hours. 99% of cases are solved within a year. And 1% stay gone. Eleven years ago, troubled teenager Emma Thorley went missing. The police assumed she was a runaway.
The complete Shiloh trilogy, Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
This contemporary classic trilogy explores the sometimes-unclear line between right and wrong, and the redeeming power of love and kindness. But first and foremost it is an irresistible and heart-warming story of family, friendship, and the strong bond between a boy and his dog.
The edge of normal, Carla Norton
Ten years ago, Reeve LeClaire was kidnapped and held captive. After a lucky escape, she's spent the last six years trying to rebuild her life, a recovery thanks in large part to her indispensable therapist, Dr. Ezra Lerner.
Secrets of state, Matthew Palmer
Sam Trainor's career of overseas work coupled with a penchant for being outspoken has left him on the outside of the competitive Washington establishment. Formerly the top South Asia expert in the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Trainor has moved to the private sector.
Valley of the shadow, Ralph Peters
In the Valley of the Shadow, they wrote their names in blood. From a daring Confederate raid that nearly seized Washington, D.C., to a stunning reversal on the bloody fields of Cedar Creek, the summer and autumn of 1864 witnessed some of the fiercest fighting of our Civil War — in mighty battles now all but forgotten.
A house in Sicily, Daphne Phelps
Near Mount Etna in Sicily, on a hillside rising precipitously above the small terracotta-roofed town below, sits a perfectly proportioned house built in golden stone, the most beautiful in Taormina, A House in Sicily is a homage to Casa Cuseni, written by the Englishwoman who loved and cared for it for over fifty years.
I am Princess X, Cherie Priest
Years after writing stories about a super-heroine character she created with a best friend who died in a tragic car accident, sixteen-year-old May is shocked to see stickers, patches, and graffiti images of the super-heroine appearing around Seattle.
Gabi, a girl in pieces, Isabel Quintero
Sixteen-year-old Gabi Hernandez chronicles her senior year in high school as she copes with her friend Cindy's pregnancy, friend Sebastian's coming out, her father's meth habit, her own cravings for food and cute boys, and especially, the poetry that helps forge her identity.
The hourglass factory, Lucy Ribchester
The suffragette movement is reaching fever pitch but for broke Fleet Street tomboy Frankie George, just getting by in the cut-throat world of newspapers is hard enough. Sent to interview trapeze artist Ebony Diamond, Frankie finds herself fascinated by the tightly laced acrobat and follows her across London to a Mayfair corset shop that hides more than one dark secret.
Maia's story, Lucinda Riley
Maia D'Apliese and her five sisters gather together at their childhood home, "Atlantis" a fabulous, secluded castle situated on the shores of Lake Geneva having been told that their beloved father, who adopted them all as babies, has died.
Kingdom Lock, I. D. Roberts
1914. While battles rage across Europe, three empires — the Ottoman, the German and the British — fight for dominance in the Middle East. Kingdom Lock works for the British Intelligence Service known as the White Tab and has a mission in Persia.
The city of shadows, Michael Russell
Dublin 1934: Detective Stefan Gillespie arrests a German doctor and encounters Hannah Rosen desperate to find her friend Susan, a Jewish woman who disappeared after a love affair with a Catholic priest.
A study in murder, Rob Ryan
The year is 1917 and Doctor John Watson is held in a notorious POW camp deep in enemy Germany, there as Medical Officer for the British prisoners. With the Allied blockade, food is perilously short in the camp and when a new prisoner is murdered all assume the poor chap was killed for his Red Cross parcel. Watson, though, isn't so sure.
Pig City, Louis Sachar
When Laura Sibbie starts a club called Pig City, she incites a near-war among her sixth-grade classmates and generates the creation of a rival club that has designs on Pig City's precious box of secrets.
The cherry harvest, Lucy Sanna
A memorable coming-of-age story and love story, laced with suspense, which explores a hidden side of the home front during World War II, when German POWs were put to work in a Wisconsin farm community … with dark and unexpected consequences. The war has taken a toll on the Christiansen family.
Countdown to Mecca, Michael Savage
A plane bound for Amman, Jordan goes down in the Caspian Sea. The crash yields no survivors — save the Russian mercenary who hijacked the flight — and a cask of bomb-grade uranium is missing from the wreckage.
The cow in the parking lot: a Zen approach to overcoming anger Leonard Scheff and Susan Edmiston.
Using simple Buddhist principles and applying them in a way that is easy for non-Buddhists to understand and put into practice, here is an interactive book that helps readers replace the anger in their lives with a newfound contentment.
The rise and fall of the Third Reich: a history of Nazi Germany, William L. Shirer
Since its publication five decades ago, William L. Shirer's monumental study of Hitler's empire has been widely acclaimed as the definitive record of the twentieth century's blackest hours. Here, in a thoughtful new introduction for the fiftieth anniversary of its National Book Award win, Ron Rosenbaum takes a fresh and penetrating look at this vital and enduring classic and the role it continues to play in today's discussions of the history of Nazi Germany.
Challenger deep, Neal Shusterman
A teenage boy struggles with schizophrenia.
Good evening: a celebration of the Beyond the Fringe team, Roy Smiles
A funny and affectionate look at how four young men from Oxbridge changed the face of British comedy.
100 sideways miles, Andrew Smith
Finn Easton, sixteen and epileptic, struggles to feel like more than just a character in his father's cult-classic novels with the help of his best friend, Cade Hernandez, and first love, Julia, until Julia moves away.
His wicked seduction, Lauren Smith
Horatia Sheridan has been hopelessly in love with Lucien, her brother's best friend, ever since he rescued her from the broken remains of her parents' wrecked carriage. His reputation as London's most notorious rakehell doesn't frighten her, for under his veneer of cool authority she has glimpsed a man whose wicked desires inspire her own.
Kissing Ted Callahan (and other guys), Amy Spalding
After catching their bandmates in a compromising position, sixteen-year-old Los Angelenos Riley and Reid become painfully aware of the romance missing from their own lives. And so a pact is formed: they'll both try to make something happen with their respective crushes and document the experiences in a shared notebook.
Out of this world, Ali Sparkes
Tyrone Lewis is messing about in the woods, trying to keep out of trouble, when he stumbles upon something weird … a glowing lump of rock or metal or something. Whatever it is, it gives him an amazing power.
How to seduce a vampire (without really trying), Kerrelyn Sparks
While searching for the truth about his father's death, vampire Zoltan Czakvar meets his match in Neona, who believes him to be her mate but is hiding a dark secret that could forever change the vampire world.
Enchantment: the life of Audrey Hepburn, Donald Spoto
Audrey Hepburn remains an icon of movie style, of high fashion and mid-twentieth-century elegance. This book presents a biography of this great movie star.
A February bride, Betsy St. Amant
Allie left the love of her life at the altar, to save him from a lifetime of heartbreak. When a Valentine's Day wedding brings them back together, she struggles against her family's destructive history.
Stalin's daughter: the extraordinary and tumultuous life of Svetlana Alliluyeva, Rosemary Sullivan
A painstakingly researched, revelatory biography of Svetlana Stalin, a woman fated to live her life in the shadow of one of history's most monstrous dictators her father, Josef Stalin. Born in the early years of the Soviet Union, Svetlana Stalin spent her youth inside the walls of the Kremlin.
The quiet man: the indispensable presidency of George H.W. Bush, John H. Sununu
Though George H. W. Bush is remembered for orchestrating one of the largest and most successful military campaigns in history — the Gulf War — Sununu argues that conventional wisdom misses many of Bush's other great achievements.
Empire of blue water Stephan Talty
Henry Morgan, a twenty-year-old Welshman, arrived in the New World in 1655, hell-bent on making his fortune. Over the next three decades, his exploits in the Caribbean in the service of the English became legend.
Paris, my sweet: a year in the city of light (and dark chocolate), Amy Thomas
Forever a girl obsessed with all things French, sweet freak Amy Thomas landed a gig as rich as the purest dark chocolate: leave Manhattan for Paris to write ad copy for Louis Vuitton. Working on the Champs-Elysees, strolling the charming streets, and exploring the best patisseries and boulangeries, Amy marvelled at the magnificence of the City of Light.
The burning girl, Lisa Unger
From Lisa Unger comes the second of three e-novellas about a psychic medium and the strange secrets she begins to uncover — for better or for worse. Ten years after Eloise Montgomery discovers her abilities, she is a full-fledged, working psychic, with a partner and a business.
The three sisters, Lisa Unger
When Eloise's granddaughter, twenty-year-old Finley, comes to live with her, Eloise's abilities start to change — things seem to be getting easier. Her load is lighter; rather than having to chase the people she needs, they are coming to her.
What this story needs is a pig in a wig, Emma J. Virjan
What this story needs is a pig in a wig on a boat with some friends having fun in the sun — So come on board! Join Pig on an exciting boat ride where she discovers that life is a lot more fun with more friends.
Timequake, Kurt Vonnegut
On February 13th, 2001, according to Vonnegut, the universe will tire momentarily of expanding forever. What's the point? Maybe it would be more fun to shrink for a change, and have a reunion of all the stuff back where it began. Then it could make a great big BANG again.
This is why you're sick and tired, Jackie Warner
Jackie Warner — New York Times bestselling author and personal trainer to the stars — has the answer to the energy crisis in your life, and it's not in the next cup of coffee you're reaching for. It's getting rid of your energy-sapping lifestyle.
The next best thing, Jennifer Weiner
Believing she is realising her dreams when her sitcom is bought, television writer Ruth Saunders finds her happiness threatened by demanding actors and executives as well as an unrequited crush on her boss and her septuagenarian grandmother's upcoming wedding.
Eyes on you, Kate White
After two years of fighting her way back to the top, television host Robin Trainer becomes the target of an enemy with a dark agenda and must figure out who is responsible.
Hush, Kate White
So as not to jeopardize her case for child custody, Lake Warren is forced to lie to the police after having just been intimate with the flirtatious Dr. Keaton who has been murdered. Wanting to protect herself from being charged with the crime, she begins her own search for the truth — not realising that she is dangerously close to dark secrets, both about Keaton and the advanced fertility clinic they've been working for.
The Sixes, Kate White
After being accused of plagiarizing her latest bestselling celebrity biography, Phoebe Hall jumps at the chance to teach at a small private college in rural Pennsylvania where she hopes to get a fresh start.
Mobile library, David Whitehouse
Twelve-year-old Bobby Nusku is an archivist of his mother. He catalogues traces of her life and waits for her to return home. Bobby thinks that he's been left to face the world alone until he meets lonely single mother Val and her daughter Rosa.
Becoming queen, Kate Williams
With a combination of novelistic flair and historical accuracy, Kate Williams begins by relating the heartbreaking story of Princess Charlotte, the Queen who never was, and her impact on the young Victoria.
The lure of the moonflower, Lauren Willig
Napoleon has occupied Lisbon, and Jane Wooliston, aka the Pink Carnation, teams up with a rogue agent to protect the escaped Queen of Portugal.
Monkey madness: the only way is Africa! Anna Wilson
Felix cannot believe his luck when Dad announces he is going on a business trip to Africa and is going to take the family too. Flo, Felix's best friend in the whole world is furious that Felix is going to see so many amazing animals without her.
Her brother's keeper, Beth Wiseman
Charlotte Dolinsky is not above playing dress-up and telling a few lies to find out what happened to her only brother. In fact, that is exactly what she's come to Lancaster County to do. Now, calling herself Mary and slipping on a kapp, Charlotte will lie her way into the confidence of anyone who knows why Ethan had to die. Unless she gets found out first.
Meet Mr Mulliner, P. G. Wodehouse
Mr Mulliner is a pub raconteur with an endless supply of improbable tales featuring his innumerable relations.
More Mr Mulliner, P. G. Wodehouse
Once again we join tale-teller Mr Mulliner in the Angler's Rest, to hear more implausible anecdotes.
An April bride, Lenora Worth
War changed everything … even their love. Bride-to-be Stella Carson can't wait to marry her longtime sweetheart Marshall Henderson. But Marshall has been away serving his country and has suffered a head wound.
Roomies, Lindy Zart
USA Today bestselling author Lindy Zart presents a hilarious look at roomies … and the complicated feelings associated with them.
Mindsharing: the art of crowdsourcing everything, Lior Zoref
Whether we need to make better financial choices, find the love of our life, or transform our career, crowdsourcing is the key to making quicker, wiser, more objective decisions. But few of us even come close to tapping the full potential of our online personal networks.

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Blood relatives, Stevan Alcock
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The Riviera, Karen Aldous
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To mend a dream, Tamera Alexander
The Civil War cost Savannah Darby everything — her family and her home. When Aidan Bedford, an attorney from Boston, buys the Darby estate, he hires Savannah to redecorate. Can she find a mysterious treasure before her job is finished?
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The last days of Krypton, Kevin J. Anderson
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Greer Hennessy needs palm trees. As a movie location scout, picture-perfect is the name of the game. But her last project literally went up in flames, and her career is on the verge of flaming out. Greer has been given one last chance, Cypress Key, Florida, seems perfect. There's just one problem: Eben Thibadeaux, the town's mayor.
Ladies' night, Mary Kay Andrews
Cut off from her palatial home and checking account after an act of post-divorce rage forces her to move in with her widowed mother and attend court-mandated group therapy, rising media star Grace Stanton bonds with three fellow patients who she helps plot respective pursuits of justice and closure.
Save the date, Mary Kay Andrews
A Savannah florist is about to score the wedding of a lifetime one that will solidify her career as the go-to-girl for society nuptials. Ironically, Cara Kryzik doesn't believe in love, even though she creates beautiful flower arrangements to celebrate them.
Spring fever, Mary Kay Andrews
Annajane Hudgens truly believes she is over her ex-husband, Mason Bayless. They've been divorced for four years, she's engaged to a new, terrific guy, and she's ready to leave the small town where she and Mason had so much history.
Summer rental, Mary Kay Andrews
Ellis questions everything she believed after losing an all-consuming job, while Julia struggles with insecurities that threaten a loving relationship and Dorie confronts a maelstrom of problems after a shocking betrayal.
Animal-speak: the spiritual & magical powers of creatures great & small, Ted Andrews
The animal world has much to teach us. Some animals are experts at survival and adaptation, some never get cancer, some embody strength and courage while others exude playfulness. Animals remind us of the potential we can unfold, but before we can learn from them, we must must first be able to speak with them.
All fired up Vivian Arend, Elle Kennedy.
Parker Wilson never thought he'd go from battle-hardened soldier to romance expert, but after his stint in the Rangers, that's exactly what happened. As the owner of DreamMakers Inc., he helps other men win in the love department, using every resource available to plan the perfect date.
Don't walk away Vivian Arend, Elle Kennedy.
For former Army Ranger Dean Colter, sexual escapades and wild flirtations are the norm — but it wasn't always that way. Years ago, the DreamMakers co-owner was a one-woman kind of guy until he tore Emma Lee's heart apart.
Love is a battlefield Vivian Arend, Elle Kennedy.
He's ready to admit she's all grown up. After two tours of duty, former Army Ranger Jack Hunter is back in the US, working to keep DreamMakers a brilliant success. Now that his best friend's little sister is home from college, it's time to retire his hands-off policy and take action.
The dragon war: the complete trilogy, Daniel Arenson
The Dragon War, an epic fantasy trilogy, tells of civil war in Requiem — an ancient kingdom whose people can grow wings, breathe fire, and take flight as dragons. When a cruel general captures Requiem's throne, a desperate band of rebels struggles to reclaim the kingdom.
Walking away: further travels with a troubadour on the South West Coast Path, Simon Armitage
Not content with walking the Pennine Way as a modern day troubadour, an experience recounted in his bestseller and prize-wining Walking Home, the restless poet has followed up that journey with a walk of the same distance but through the very opposite terrain and direction far from home.
Last Chance hero, Cathleen Armstrong
The inhabitants of Last Chance, New Mexico, could not be more pleased. Dr. Jessica McLeod has opened an office right on Main Street. Andy Ryan, the best athlete the little town ever produced, has ended his short career in the NFL and has come home to coach the mighty Pumas of Last Chance High.
The unquiet past, Kelley Armstrong
Tess has always been tormented by waking visions that make her question her sanity. When the orphanage she lives in burns down, she decides to face her fears and find out once and for all what is wrong with her.
The magic of mental diagrams: expand your memory, enhance your concentration, and learn to apply logic, Claudio Aros
When Einstein said we only use 10 percent of our brain, he was inviting us to explore all those capabilities that are waiting to be awakened. This book finally explains how to do just that. Mental diagrams are a simple, efficient means of activating all our potential.
Evertrue, Brodi Ashton
Having finally rescued Jack from the dark Tunnels of the Underworld, all Nikki wants is to be with him and for life to return to normal. But Cole tricked Nikki as they journeyed through the labyrinth of the Everneath, and now she's started turning into an Everliving just like him.
Neverfall, Brodi Ashton
Jack is trapped for eternity in the Tunnels while Nikki has managed to evade Cole's grasp … for now. But Cole is more desperate than ever to find answers about Nikki, his best chance for taking over the throne of the underworld.
Ruby Moo's deep-sea adventure! Isabel Atherton
Ruby Moo has never felt like part of the herd and dreams, instead, of great adventures so one day she sneaks into the dairy van for a ride to the ocean, where she borrows a helmet and fulfills her dream of becoming the first cow deep sea diver.
Smelly Ghost Isabel Atherton
Smelly Ghost eats nothing but junk food, which leads to stomach aches, gassiness, and loneliness until he takes a mummy's advice and begins to eat right.
Springy chicken, Isabel Atherton
Martha has been ignored by the other chickens since her legs were injured by a fox and replaced, by their crafty farmer, with big yellow springs, but when a chick is in danger only Martha can spring into action and save him.
Saint Mazie, Jami Attenberg
Meet Mazie Phillips: big-hearted and bawdy, she's the truth-telling proprietress of The Venice, the famed New York City movie theater. It's the Jazz Age, with romance and booze aplenty even when Prohibition kicks in and Mazie never turns down a night on the town.
Rebound Noelle August
Adam Blackwood has it all. At twenty-three he's fabulously wealthy, Ryan Gosling-hot, and at the top of his game in the business world. His life is perfect until a scandal from his past resurfaces and threatens to knock the tech wunderkind down and throw his company into chaos.
The detour Gerbrand Bakker ; translated from the Dutch by David Colmer.
A woman abandons her home in Holland without a word, leaving behind an impervious husband, mystified parents, and an unfinished thesis on reclusive poet Emily Dickson. Across the sea in Britain, she arrives at an isolated cottage in the shadow of a mountain.
The twin Gerbrand Bakker ; translated by David Colmer.
When Henk's twin brother dies in a car accident, Helmer is obliged to return to the small family farm. He resigns himself to taking over his brother's role and spending the rest of his days 'with his head under a cow'.
Pierogi love: new takes on an old-world comfort food, Casey Barber
Casey Barber's tribute to the pierogi includes everything from the classic Polish cheddar and potato filling to the American-inspired Rueben pierogi and "Santa Fe-rogi," and even a world tour with falafel and crab Rangoon.
The Caller Alex Barclay
In "Darkhouse", Alex Barclay introduced policeman Joe Luchessi. After his terrifying ordeal at the hands of deranged killer Duke Rawlins, he is back in New York and back on the force. But his life is far from cosy.
Darkhouse, Alex Barclay
Detective Joe Lucchesi takes leave from the NYPD and moves with his wife and son to a quiet village. When a young girl goes missing, he sets out to find the truth and uncovers a sinister trail that cuts directly to the very heart of his family.
The forgotten spy: the untold story of Stalin's first British mole, Nick Barratt
In this remarkable tale about an unremarkable man, Nick Barratt delves into the murky waters of the British and Soviet secret services of the 1920s and 1930s to reveal the shocking story of his great uncle Ernest Holloway Oldham — known as ARNO to his Russian 'handlers'.
Incendiary, Amy A. Bartol
Cold, fine drops of rain fall softly on my cheeks as I emerge from the darkness of the ship's interior to the grey, overcast sky of the main deck. Pulling my dark pea coat tighter to my body, the wind lifts red tendrils of my hair. I walk slowly to the railing overlooking the water.
Indebted, Amy A. Bartol
I hang my head in sorrow for just a moment when I know I am truly alone. I feel like I'm going to my execution, just as he had said. Then I move forward again. I hop a fence of fieldstone and cross a field dotted with Queen Anne's lace.
Inescapable, Amy A. Bartol
My name is Evie Claremont and this was to be the making of me — my freshman year of college. I'd been hoping that once I'd arrived on Crestwood's campus, the nightmare that I've been having would go away. It hasn't. I may be an inexperienced seventeen-year-old, but I'm grounded … sane.
Intuition, Amy A. Bartol
"I don't open my eyes so I can't see him, but I can smell him. He thickens the air I breathe, choking me with his scent … his aroma. I shiver. I have to resist. If I'm not strong, then I will be relegated to the same fate as this predator whose sickness infects me even now.
Identity crisis: the murder, the mystery, and the missing DNA, Jefferson Bass
In 1978, 56-year-old Leoma Patterson left a bar in Clinton, Tennessee, and was never seen again. Six months later, a female skeleton was found on a wooded lakeshore in a neighboring county. The bones were consistent with those of the missing woman, and one of the men she was last seen alive with confessed to killing her. But the tentative identification failed to convince some of Patterson's relatives.
Edible numbers, Jennifer Vogel. Bass
A colourful and delicious counting book featuring an array of familiar and unfamiliar fruits and vegetables.
Invisible, Marni Bates
Maintaining a low profile in order to survive high school, Jane Smith receives unwanted attention when she publishes an article in the school newspaper that reveals some of the popular kids' secrets.
Black widow: the true story of Australia's first female serial killer, Carol J. Baxter
She was known as 'The Botany Murderess' or 'Lucretia Borgia of Botany Bay'. Found guilty of using arsenic to murder both her first and second husbands, Louisa Collins' case immediately became the cause celebre of Australia.
Warriors don't cry: a searing memoir of the battle to integrate Little Rock's Central High, Melba Beals
In 1957 Melba Pattillo turned sixteen. That was also the year she became a warrior on the front lines of a civil rights firestorm. Following the landmark 1954 Supreme Court ruling, Brown v. Board Education, she was one of nine teenagers chosen to integrate Little Rock's Central High School.
Frozen in time: the fate of the Franklin expedition Owen Beattie & John Geiger
The Franklin expedition was not alone in suffering early and unexplained deaths. Indeed, both Back (1837) and Ross (1849) suffered early onset of unaccountable "debility" aboard ship and Ross suffered greater fatalities during his single winter in the Arctic than did Franklin during his first.
Boris Becker's Wimbledon: my life and career at the All England Club, Boris Becker
Boris's story is almost without parallel in tennis, from astonishing teenage talent, to Wimbledon champion, to a renowned television commentator, manager, and coach of one of the world's greatest contemporary players, Novak Djokovic.
Mother of Eden, Chris Beckett
A tale set 150 years after the events of Dark Eden finds the world of John Redlantern and the Family transformed by a thriving civilization that hides underlying evils realised by young Starlight Brooking when she lands at the center of a power struggle.
I yam a donkey Cece Bell
Confusion abounds when a poorly spoken donkey says to a grammarian yam, "I Yam a Donkey!
Being happy: you don't have to be perfect to lead a richer, happier life, Tal Ben-Shahar
By using the science of positive psychology along with acceptance, Ben-Shahar shows you how to escape the rat race and begin living a life of serenity, happiness, and fulfillment.
Choose the life you want: 101 ways to create your own road to happiness, Tal Ben-Shahar
Drawing on the latest psychological research, Ben-Shahar shows how making the right choices — not the big, once-in-a-lifetime choices, but the countless small choices we make every day almost without noticing — has a direct, long-lasting impact on our happiness.
Even happier: a gratitude journal for daily joy and lasting fulfillment, Tal Ben-Shahar
In this week-by-week guided journal, Tal Ben-Shahar offers a full year's worth of exercises to inspire happiness every day.
Happier: learn the secrets to daily joy and lasting fulfillment, Tal Ben-Shahar
One out of every five Harvard graduates has lined up to hear Tal Ben-Shahar's lectures on that ever-elusive subject: happiness. Grounded in the revolutionary "positive psychology" movement, Ben-Shahar combines scientific studies, scholarly research, self-help advice, and spiritual enlightenment.
Sagan, Paris 1954, Anne Berest
Before Francoise Sagan the literary icon there was Francoise Quoirez, an eighteen-year-old Parisian girl, who wrote a novel and needed a publisher for it.
Girls with swords: how to carry your cross like a hero, Lisa Bevere
If there ever was a time for women to be armed, it's now. Yet the Word of God is a sword we often are more comfortable studying than wielding. It's time we give girls swords and watch them connect heaven to earth.
Mug meals: more than 100 no-fuss ways to make a delicious microwave meal in minutes, Leslie Bilderback
Dinner on the go, cooking for one, or just want to mix up a quick snack? Mug Meals will show you how! Chef Leslie Bilderback, the brilliant author of Mug Cakes, is back with easy and fresh ideas for every meal of the day.
Mama's boy, ReShonda Tate. Billingsley
The breaking TV news rocks Jasper, Texas, to the core: a white police officer is fatally shot in a scuffle with three black youths — and a cellphone video captures Jamal Jones, the sixteen-year-old son of esteemed Reverend Elton Jones, escalating the tragic encounter.
Do not forsake me, Rosanne Bittner
Miranda Hayes' life was changed the day she faced down infamous gunslinger Jake Harkner — and walked away with his heart. Their fates have been intertwined ever since. Hunted by the law, fleeing across a savage land, their desperate love flourished despite countless sorrows.
Distortion, Terri Blackstock
When Juliet Cole's husband of 15 years is murdered before her eyes, she thinks it was a random shooting. Devastated and traumatized, she answers hours of questioning, then returns home to break the tragic news to her boys.
Downfall, Terri Blackstock
Emily Covington has turned her life around after a drug addiction, but her family still has trouble trusting her. When police discover a homemade bomb under Emily's car, and she then learns the wife of one of her friends was murdered that same morning, she knows things are deadly serious.
The Moonlighters collection, Terri Blackstock
Terri Blackstock's bestselling Moonlighters trilogy?now available in one volume! Truth Stained Lies: When truth doesn't make sense, will lies prevail? Distortion: A husband's lies can have deadly consequences.
Twisted innocence, Terri Blackstock
Holly Cramer has stumbled through most of her adult life as a party girl, but she longs to live a more stable life for her daughter, Lily. When police show up to question her about the whereabouts of Lily's father, Creed Kershaw, a person of interest in a drug-related murder case, she is determined to keep him out of their lives and turn him over to police.
Orient, Christopher Bollen
At the eastern edge of Long Island, far from the hustle of New York City, sits Orient, a secluded village that has been home to a few families for hundreds of years and is now reluctantly opening up to wealthy weekenders and artist refugees from the city.
Positive psychology in a nutshell: the science of happiness, Ilona Boniwell
When you hear the words 'positive psychology' or 'science of well-being', do you wonder what it's all about? Discover the latest research findings and thinking on the topics of happiness, flow, optimism, motivation, character strengths, love and more.
The unexpected duchess, Valerie Bowman
To help her painfully shy friend discourage unwanted suitor Lord Derek Hunt, sharp-tongued Lady Lucy Upton engages in a battle of wits with him and is shocked to find herself falling for her entertaining opponent.
The Viscount who lived down the lane, Elizabeth Boyle
A resolute young woman goes toe-to-toe with the Beast of Mayfair. She has no desire for love. As she arrives in Mayfair, Louisa Tempest is horrified when her incorrigible cat bolts from the carriage and dashes into a neighbour's house, where she comes face-to-face with the reclusive Viscount Wakefield.
See it, cook it: easy-to-do, fool-proof recipes for the would-be gourmet, Oliver Brachat
If you've ever shown even the slightest interest in cooking, you've probably accumulated quite a wealth of cookbooks over the years?some that you probably haven't even opened more than once or twice. This cookbook, however, is too useful to ever begin gathering dust in your home.
Reagan: the life, H. W. Brands
Brands presents the first full life of Ronald Reagan since his death. Ronald Reagan today is a conservative icon, celebrated for transforming the American domestic agenda and playing a crucial part in ending communism in the Soviet Union. In his masterful new biography, H. W.
Catching Cameron: a love and football novel, Julie Brannagh
Star sports reporter Cameron Ondine has one firm rule: she does not date football players. Ever. But when Cameron comes face-to-face with the very man who shattered her heart — on camera, no less — her world is upended for a second time by recklessly handsome Seattle Shark Zach Anderson.
Chasing Jillian: a love and football novel, Julie Brannagh
Jillian Miller likes her job working in the front office for the Seattle Sharks, but lately being surrounded by a constant parade of perfection only seems to make her own imperfections all the more obvious.
Covering Kendall: a love and football novel, Julie Brannagh
Kendall Tracy, General Manager of the San Francisco Miners, is not one for rash decisions or one-night stands. But when she finds herself alone in a hotel room with a heart-stoppingly gorgeous man — who looks oddly familiar — Kendall throws her own rules out the window …
Holding Holly: a love and football novel, Julie Brannagh
Holly Reynolds has a secret. Make that two. The first involves upholding her grandmother's hobby of answering Dear Santa letters from dozens of local schoolchildren. The second… well, he just came strolling in the door.
Rushing Amy: a love and football novel, Julie Brannagh
For Amy Hamilton, only three Fs matter: Family, Football, and Flowers. It might be nice to find someone to share Forever with, too, but right now she's working double overtime while she gets her flower shop off the ground. The last thing she needs or wants is a distraction …
Reading between designs: design and the generation of meaning in The Avengers, The Prisoner, and Doctor Who Piers D. Britton and Simon J. Barker.
An analytical study of scenic and costume design in three 1960s television drama series.
The expectant father: the ultimate guide for fathers to be Armin A. Brott and Jennifer Ash.
An information-packed, month-by-month guide to all the emotional financial, and yes, even physical changes the father-to-be may experience during the course of his partner's pregnancy.
The great Christmas knit off, Alexandra Brown
The perfect seasonal tale of how laughter, friends and wacky Christmas jumpers can mend a broken heart. Heartbroken after being jilted at the altar, Sybil has been saved from despair by her knitting obsession and now her home is filled to bursting with tea cosies, bobble hats, and jumpers.
How to be normal: a guide for the perplexed, Guy Browning
Normal people are extremely unusual. Think of all the people you know and ask yourself how many are normal. None of them! In fact you're probably the most normal of the lot and, let's face it, even you're not that normal.
Ultimate psychometric tests: over 1000 verbal, numerical, diagrammatic and personality tests, Mike Bryon
The use of psychometric tests in job selection procedures is more prominent than ever and for unprepared candidates they represent a considerable challenge that can get in the way of them successfully landing a new job.
The Blue Zones: 9 lessons for living longer from the people who've lived the longest, Dan Buettner
Since publishing his bestselling The Blue Zones, longevity expert and National Geographic Explorer Dan Buettner has discovered a new Blue Zone and launched a major public health initiative to transform cities based on principles from this book.
The Blue Zones solution: eating and living like the world's healthiest people, Dan Buettner
For the first time, Buettner reveals how to transform your health using smart eating and lifestyle habits gleaned from new research on the diets, eating habits, and lifestyle practices of the communities he's identified as "Blue Zones" — those places with the world's longest-lived, and thus healthiest, people.
Frog saves the day, Eve Bunting
A beginning reader book containing two stories featuring Frog and his friends, where the friends mistake a train for a terrible dragon and Frog rescues a baby possum after it falls into a river.
Frog's lucky day, Eve Bunting
A beginning reader book containing two stories in which Frog and his friends try to find the end of the rainbow and Frog looks for a new pond when an unwelcome visitor won't leave his.
Outdoor surprises, Eve Bunting
A beginning reader book containing three stories featuring Frog and his friends where Frog joins a singing group, helps rescue a baby bird, and is scared by a nighttime story.
Whose shoe? Eve Bunting
There's something in that tall bamboo. Oh, my goodness! It's a shoe! A mouse comes across a shoe and sets out to find its owner. A conscientious role model, this determined mouse asks an unlikely assortment of animals if the shoe belongs to them, hears about their own shoes, and receives a surprising reward at the end.
Jim Butcher's the Dresden files. Fool moon. Volume one. Dynamite Butcher & Mark Powers ; artwork & collection cover by Chase Conley ; colours by Mohan ; lettering and trade design by Bill Tortolini
Harry Dresden`s life is a mess. His top client (and close friend), Lt. Karrin Murphy, no longer trusts him. Chicago's underworld and the cops alike think he's mobster Johnny Marcone's supernatural enforcer. And the enigmatic White Council continues to view him with suspicion.
Snackistan: street fare, comfort food, meze: informal eating in the Middle East & beyond, Sally Butcher
Hot on the heels of Veggiestan, Sally Butcher brings us Snackistan: a fictitious land where tummies are always full, and there's a slightly naughty smile on every face. Snackistan does not, of course, exist, any more than Veggiestan does.
Love and other perishable items, Laura Buzo
A fifteen-year-old Australian girl gets her first job and first crush on her unattainable university-aged coworker, as both search for meaning in their lives.
Belle: the true story of Dido Belle, Paula Byrne
Dido Belle appears, in her famous portrait alongside her 'sister' and companion Lady Elizabeth Murray, a vision of aristocratic virtue. But she was no normal 18th-century lady, and this was no common painting.
Ian Rankin and Inspector Rebus: the story of the best-selling author and his complex detective, Craig Cabell
The whole story of Ian Rankin, the best-selling author, and Inspector Rebus, his most famous creation. Detective John Rebus first appeared in Ian Rankin's 1987 best-seller Knots and Crosses and has since gone on to appear in 17 books and numerous short stories.
A summer breeze, Colette Caddle
Zoe Hall has wanted to be an actress ever since she can remember. Her career started promisingly, but she put her dreams second to her husband Ed's and now it seems she has missed her chance. When she discovers that Ed has been cheating on her, she decides now is the time to cut her losses and start again back home in Ireland.
Crowns and codebreakers, Elen Caldecott
Meet Piotr, Minnie, Andrew, Flora and Sylvia — true friends and even better mystery-solvers. When Minnie's gran comes to stay, all the way from Nigeria, Minnie knows there will be trouble. And straight away Gran notices she's picked up the wrong suitcase at the airport.
Diamonds and daggers, Elen Caldecott
Hollywood sensation, Betty Massino, has come to star in the theatre down the road and Piotr and his friends Andrew and Minnie couldn't be more excited! But when the famous actress's hugely expensive diamond necklace goes missing, Piotr's dad, a security guard at the theatre, is a prime suspect.
Center ice, Cate Cameron
Karen Webber is in small-town hell. After her mother's death, she moved to Corrigan Falls to live with strangers — her dad and his perfect, shiny new family — and there doesn't seem to be room for a city girl with a chip on her shoulder.
Rook, Sharon Cameron
History has a way of repeating itself. In the Sunken City that was once Paris, all who oppose the new revolution are being put to the blade. Except for those who disappear from their prison cells, a red-tipped rook feather left in their place.
Cypress nights, Stella Cameron
Roche Savage is a talented psychiatrist with an insatiable — some might say kinky — sex drive. Unfortunately, he spies reticent Bleu Labeau, a young widow who has come to Toussaint to start a new school — Bleu, who was taught that sex is dirty, wrong and best performed in the dark. When bodies start turning up Roche and Bleu race to unravel the mystery.
Kiss them goodbye, Stella Cameron
Murder changes everything… Just weeks after inheriting Rosebank, a once-magnificent plantation on the banks of Bayou Teche, David Patin was killed in a mysterious fire, leaving his daughter, Vivian, almost bankrupt.
A marked man, Stella Cameron
When Max savage opens his practice in a remote bayou town he hopes it's the start of a new life. But soon Max discovers he can't escape a past riddled with accusations of murder, especially since another woman is missing and he was the last to see her alive.
Out of mind, Stella Cameron
Willow Millet owns and runs a we-can-do-anything concierge service. When her business is hit by a series of strange and fatal accidents, Willow learns that her mysterious family heritage as a gifted psychic may have something to do with the killings.
Out of sight, Stella Cameron
Psychic master talent Sykes Millet can vanish at will, read minds and control others with hypnosis. What Sykes cannot do is escape his destiny — an ancient curse foretelling the misery his dark beauty may bring to everyone he loves.
Target, Stella Cameron
Nearly two decades ago a charismatic man called Colin controlled an isolated community hidden in foothills north of San Francisco in what was supposed to be a life free of materialism. Instead, Colin turned The Refuge into a mass grave as he completed a sinister plan to exterminate his followers — all except three children, who slipped through his fingers and escaped with his secrets.
The fourth secret, Andrea Camilleri
A deadly accident at a building site prompts a search with shocking revelations.
What a duke dares, Anna Campbell
He's the last man she wants to marry — and he's the only man she'll ever love … A reputation at risk … What woman in her right mind would say no to marrying the dashing Duke of Sedgemoor? Miss Penelope Thorne, that's who.
The many faces of Josephine Baker: dancer, singer, activist, spy, Peggy Caravantes
A complete biographical look at the complex life of a world-famous entertainer. With determination and audacity, Josephine Baker turned her comic and musical abilities into becoming a worldwide icon of the Jazz Age.
Angel's peak, Robyn Carr
Four years ago, Air Force sweethearts Franci Duncan and Sean Riordan reached an impasse. She wanted marriage and a family. He didn't. But a chance meeting proves that the bitter breakup hasn't cooled their sizzling chemistry.
Moonlight Road, Robyn Carr
With her beloved younger siblings settled and happy, Erin Foley has empty nest syndrome. At age thirty-five. So she's hitting the pause button on her life and holing up in a secluded (but totally upgraded — she's not into roughing it) cabin near Virgin River.
My kind of Christmas, Robyn Carr
Patrick Riordan's plans for a relaxing Christmas — a much-needed break from his work as a Navy pilot — are complicated when he falls for Angie LeCroix, who is visiting Virgin River in order to escape her hovering mother.
Paradise valley, Robyn Carr
Marine corporal Rick Sudder is home early from Iraq — his tour ended abruptly on the battlefield. The carefree boy is gone, replaced by a man who believes his future is as bleak as his mirror image. But can the passion and commitment of a young woman who has never given up on him mend his broken body and shattered heart.
Promise Canyon, Robyn Carr
After years spent on ranches around Los Angeles, Clay Tahoma is delighted to be Virgin River's new veterinary assistant. The secluded community's wild beauty tugs at his Navajo roots, and he's been welcomed with open arms by everyone in town, everyone except Lilly Yazhi.
Temptation ridge, Robyn Carr
Twenty-five-year-old Shelby MacIntyre discovers that opposites really do attract when, while visiting Virgin River, she meets Luke Riordan, a thirty-eight-year-old jaded former Blackhawk pilot who is afraid of commitment.
Virgin River, Robyn Carr
"Wanted: Midwife/nurse practitioner in Virgin River, population six hundred. Make a difference against the backdrop of towering California redwoods and crystal-clear rivers. Rent-free cabin included."
Wild Man Creek, Robyn Carr
Colin Riordan came to Virgin River to recuperate from a horrific helicopter crash, the scars of which he bears inside and out. His family is wonderfully supportive, but it's his art that truly soothes his troubled soul.
Nelly Dean Alison Case
A gripping and heartbreaking novel that reimagines life at Wuthering Heights through the eyes of the Earnshaws' loyal servant, Nelly Dean. Young Nelly Dean has been Hindley's closest companion for as long as she can remember, living freely at the great house, Wuthering Heights.
Blood lines, Kathryn Casey
Readers loved Texas Ranger Sarah Armstrong, the feisty and vulnerable profiler in Kathryn Casey's first mystery, Singularity. She's back in this second book in the series with her hands full with two cases at once: A persistent and potentially lethal stalker pursues pop mega-star Cassidy Collins, and a high-energy Houston businesswoman is found dead in her house.
The killing storm, Kathryn Casey
On a quiet afternoon in Houston, four-year-old Joey Warner is lured from a sandbox by a stranger looking for his runaway dog. When his mum, Crystal, discovers he has disappeared, her reaction is odd. Meanwhile, on a cattle ranch outside the city, Texas Ranger and profiler Sarah Armstrong assesses a symbol left on the side of a slaughtered prize-winning bull, a figure dating back to sugarcane and slavery.
Singularity, Kathryn Casey
Profiler Sarah Armstrong knows what it's like to be in a sticky situation. As a single mother and one of the few female Rangers in Texas history, she has had to work twice as hard to rank among the best cops in the Lone Star State.
Women heroes of the American Revolution: 20 stories of espionage, sabotage, defiance, and rescue, Susan Casey
Susan Casey gives 20 remarkable girls and women the spotlight they deserve in this lively collection of biographical profiles. These women took action in many ways: as spies, soldiers, nurses, water carriers, fundraisers, writers, couriers, and more.
After the storm, Linda Castillo
When a tornado tears through Painters Mill and unearths human remains, Chief of Police Kate Burkholder finds herself tasked with the responsibility of identifying the bones, and notifying the family. Evidence quickly emerges that the death was no accident and Kate finds herself plunged into a thirty year old case that takes her deep into the Amish community to which she once belonged.
The silk thief, Deborah Challinor
1830s Sydney Town — with its bar brawls, blackmail, friendship, romance, tattoos, gin and much more — is brought vividly to life as fiesty prostitute Friday, naive seamstress Harrie and cunning thief Sarah try to make their way as transported convict women.
Book Scavenger, Jennifer Chambliss Bertman
Twelve-year-old Emily is on the move again. Her family is relocating to San Francisco, home of her literary idol: Garrison Griswold, creator of the online sensation Book Scavenger, a game where books are hidden all over the country and clues to find them are revealed through puzzles.
The well, Catherine Chanter
What if you might have committed a shocking act of violence? What if that act of violence was the murder of your own grandchild? It hasn't rained in Britain for three years. Except at The Well, Ruth and Mark's rural property, their haven from the pressures of the city.
The aloha quilt: an Elm Creek Quilts novel, Jennifer Chiaverini
Another season of Elm Creek Quilt Camp has come to a close, and Bonnie Markham faces a bleak and lonely winter ahead, with her quilt shop out of business and her divorce looming. A welcome escape comes when Claire, a beloved college friend, unexpectedly invites her to Maui to help launch an exciting new business.
Circle of quilters: an Elm Creek quilts novel, Jennifer Chiaverini
When the departure of two Elm Creek Quilts founding members prompts an influx of new applicants, the artists' retreat considers several candidates, including a history lover, a chef, and a gifted teacher.
Elm Creek quilts: quilt projects inspired by the Elm Creek quilts novels Jennifer Chiaverini & Nancy Odom
Provides patterns and instructions for creating twelve quilt projects inspired by the Elm Creek quilt novels, and includes tips and techniques for successful quiltmaking.
The lost quilter: an Elm Creek quilts novel, Jennifer Chiaverini
Master quilter Sylvia Compson discovers a stash of letters in the attic of Elm Creek Manor and traces a tale back to 1859. An escaped slave, Joanna, spent a brief period at Elm Creek Farm until she was captured and returned to bondage, leaving her son in the care of the Bergstrom family.
The master quilter: an Elm Creek quilts novel, Jennifer Chiaverini
Sylvia has planned her wedding in secrecy but now the Quilters must work fast to make her quilt. Secrets and lies overshadow the good traits of the Quilters as the quilt blocks accumulate and threaten their happiness and prosperity.
The New Year's quilt: an Elm Creek quilts novel, Jennifer Chiaverini
Having married on Christmas Eve at Elm Creek Manor, the family homestead turned quilter's haven, Sylvia Compson and longtime family friend Andrew Cooper have to face the music and tell Andrew's children, especially his bitter daughter, Amy.
The quilter's apprentice: an Elm Creek quilts novel, Jennifer Chiaverini
After moving with her husband, Matt, to the small college town of Waterford, Pennsylvania, Sarah McClure struggles to find a fulfilling job. In the meantime, she agrees to help seventy-five-year-old Sylvia Compson prepare her family estate, Elm Creek Manor, for sale.
A quilter's holiday: an Elm Creek quilts novel, Jennifer Chiaverini
For the Elm Creek Quilters, the day after Thanksgiving marks the start of the quilting season, a time to gather at Elm Creek Manor and spend the day stitching holiday gifts for loved ones. On this quilter's holiday, Master Quilter Sylvia Bergstrom has invited her friends to continue an old family tradition of sewing quilt blocks representing their thankfulness.
The quilter's homecoming: an Elm Creek quilts novel, Jennifer Chiaverini
Newlyweds Elizabeth and Henry set out on a cross-country journey to the site of their new home only to discover that they have been the victims of fraud and are now penniless, which forces Henry to take a job as a ranch hand while Elizabeth begins a new quilt.
The quilter's kitchen: an Elm Creek Quilts novel with recipes, Jennifer Chiaverini
In this cookbook disguised as a novel, Anna's new position as head chef at a quilting retreat gives her access to the group's recipe trove.
The quilter's legacy: an Elm Creek Quilts novel, Jennifer Chiaverini
When precious heirloom quilts hand-stitched by her mother are found to be missing from the attic of Elm Creek Manor, Sylvia Bergstrom Compson resolves to find them. From scant resources — journal entries, receipts, and her own fading memories — she pieces together clues, then queries quilting friends from around the world.
Round robin: an Elm Creek quilts novel, Jennifer Chiaverini
A round robin quilt is created by sewing concentric patchwork or applique borders to a cental block as it is passed around a circle of friends. Each woman, sewing to a quilt, adds her story to the ongoing history of Elm Creek Manor.
The runaway quilt: an Elm Creek quilts novel, Jennifer Chiaverini
When Sylvia Compson discovers evidence of her ancestors' involvement with the Underground Railroad, it raises the historical issue of the use of quilts as a method of signalling fugitive slaves.
The sugar camp quilt: an Elm Creek quilts novel, Jennifer Chiaverini
In Creek's Crossing, Pennsylvania, in the years before the Civil War, Dorothea Granger agrees to sew an unusual quilt to fulfill her uncle's deathbed request, realising later that the quilt pattern contains an Underground Railroad map.
The winding ways quilt: an Elm Creek quilts novel, Jennifer Chiaverini
The arrival of newcomers into the circle of quilters heralds unexpected journeys down pathways near and far as well as capturing the spirit of friendship at the moment of its transformation.
The machine awakes, Adam Christopher
A far future space opera set in the universe of Burning Dark. In the decades since the human race first made contact with the Spiders a machine race capable of tearing planets apart — the two groups have fought over interstellar territory.
Superfood sandwiches: crafting nutritious sandwiches with superfoods for every meal and occasion, Katie Chudy
Superfood Sandwiches features recognized superfoods, fresh vegetables, fruits, all-natural meats and cheeses, and quality baked breads, making any sandwich a respectable and versatile meal. Start from scratch or use up some leftovers.
The hunt for Red October, Tom Clancy
Silently, beneath the chill Atlantic waters, Russia's ultra-secret missile submarine, the Red October, is heading west. The Americans want her. The Russians want her back. With all-out war only seconds away, the superpowers race across the ocean on the most desperate mission of a lifetime.
The Bane chronicles Cassandra Clare, Sarah Rees Brennan, Maureen Johnson.
10 stories about immortal warlock Magnus Bane have been brought together for the first time, along with a bonus never-before-seen tale and comic-strip illustrations. A fan-favourite character from Cassandra Clare's Shadowhunter Chronicles, Magnus features in The Mortal Instruments, The Infernal Devices, Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy and the movie of City of Bones.
The voicemail of Magnus Bane Cassandra Clare, Sarah Rees Brennan, Maureen Johnson.
A short story about Magnus Bane, the enigmatic warlock from Cassandra Clare's bestselling series The Mortal Instruments and The Infernal Devices.
The dragon of Handale Cassandra Clark
Hildegard, no longer a member of the Cistercian order of nuns, has returned to the priory after more than a year from her pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Still unsure whether she'll rejoin the Order, the Prioress suggests that a visit to Handale Priory might help provide some clarity.
The law of angels, Cassandra Clark
York, 1385. Just as the Mystery Plays are about to unfold, a young woman witnesses a terrible crime and turns to Abbess Hildegard for protection.
The velvet turnshoe, Cassandra Clark
In the years when the beautiful boy-king Richard II is beset by enemies from his own court, when Chaucer is penning his famous Canterbury Tales, and when the notorious Kathryn Swynford is making out with the most powerful man in England, Hildegard is sent on a secret mission to bring back the legendary Cross of Constantine to York, its original home.
The Cinderella murder Mary Higgins Clark & Alafair Burke
Television producer Laurie Moran is delighted when the pilot for her reality drama, Under Suspicion, is a success. Even more, the program — a cold case series that revisits unsolved crimes by recreating them with those affected — is off to a fantastic start when it helps solve an infamous murder in the very first episode.
A cry in the night, Mary Higgins Clark
Divorcee Jenny McPartland, mother of two girls, marries the handsome and elegant painter, Erich Krueger, and moves to his home in Minnesota, where she and her daughters are drawn into a world of grotesque terror.
Daddy's gone a-hunting, Mary Higgins Clark
Hannah Connelly, a twenty-eight-year old designer and rising star in the fashion world, is plunged into a web of horror and grief when she learns that Connelly Fine Reproductions, the family owned furniture business founded by her grandfather, has been levelled by an explosion in the middle of the night.
I've got you under my skin, Mary Higgins Clark
Five years after her husband's murder, Laurie Moran, a TV producer and single mother, starts filming a new "cold case" series in which four women involved in the unsolved murder of a wealthy Westchester matron reunite to recreate the scene of the crime along with the real killer.
No place like home, Mary Higgins Clark
Growing up under an assumed identity after accidentally shooting her mother and escaping her abusive father, Liza Barton, still fearful that her past will reclaim her, is shocked when her husband inadvertently buys her childhood home.
On the street where you live, Mary Higgins Clark
When young female lawyer Emily Graham stumbles upon the skeletal remains of her long-dead great aunt, missing since 1892, next to the body of a teenager who had vanished just nine years earlier, she finds herself investigating two killings separated by more than a century.
Pretend you don't see her, Mary Higgins Clark
When Lacey sees a murder she must enter the witness protection programme until the killer comes to justice. But she has clues that the police don't know about. Soon she must return to New York City to blow the top off the case — before she becomes the next victim.
The Amish clockmaker Mindy Starns Clark, Susan Meissner
A property dispute sends Matthew Zook on a mission to find the previous owner in order to solve the boundary issue. But the previous owner was a suspect in the murder of his own wife.
Sting of the Drone Richard A. Clarke
How to Use a Sewing Machine Marie Clayton
Murder in hindsight, Anne Cleeland
Chief Inspector Acton and Detective Sergeant Kathleen Doyle know firsthand how the administration of justice can often follow a labyrinthine path. As they pursue a self-appointed judge, jury, and executioner, Acton's own questionable methods may prove his undoing.
The heavenly Italian ice cream shop, Abby Clements
Anna and her husband Matteo are ready to embark a delicious Italian adventure. After a year and a half running their ice cream shop on Brighton beach and raising their baby Isabella, Matteo is starting to miss Italy.
The fold, Peter Clines
The folks in Mike Erikson's small New England town would say he's just your average, everyday guy. And that's exactly how Mike likes it. Sure, the life he's chosen isn't much of a challenge to someone with his unique gifts, but he's content with his quiet and peaceful existence.
Power Down Ben Coes
The first wave of terrorist attacks against America's energy-producing capacity runs afoul of oil rig crew chief Dewey Andreas, a former special forces officer. As Dewey hunts down those responsible for the attacks he comes closer and closer to sleeper agent Alexander Fortuna, who is poised to set off the final assault.
Duty to the crown, Rebecca Cohen
Despite the uncomfortable clothing and the gossip at court, Sebastian Hewel is still enjoying the role of Lady Bronwyn, wife of Earl Anthony Crofton. But when Queen Elizabeth asks a favour of Anthony, Sebastian's world fractures and his heart threatens to break.
Forever hold his peace, Rebecca Cohen
Sebastian Hewel has never been happier. But his life playing the role of his twin sister Bronwyn, the wife of Anthony Redbourn, Earl of Crofton, is about to change. Rumours abound that Bronwyn is using witchcraft to enthrall her husband, and false evidence has been found.
Saving Crofton Hall, Rebecca Cohen
Benjamin Redbourn, Earl of Crofton, has no intention of giving up his beloved ancestral home without a fight. Faced with his mother's gambling debts, forgery, and the possibility of foreclosure by the bank, Ben vows to make Crofton Hall pay for herself.
The Santangelos, Jackie Collins
A vicious hit, a vengeful enemy, a drug addled Colombian club owner and a sex crazed Italian family the ever powerful Lucky Santangelo has to deal with them all. Meanwhile Max her teenage daughter is becoming the "It" girl in Europe's modeling world.
The taste of lightning, Kate Constable
A thrilling adventure set within a storm of secrecy. Tansy, Perrin, and Skir could hardly be more different — a laundry-maid, a swordsman and a young Priest-King whose countries are at war. But their frantic escape from Arvestel thrusts them together.
The genius of flexibility: the smart way to stretch and strengthen your body, Bob Cooley
Presents the author's breakthrough system of resistance stretching, showing readers — athletes, runners, body builders, and couch potatoes alike — how to tap into the energy pathways within the body while strengthening and elongating the muscles.
Azincourt, Bernard Cornwell
An extraordinary and dramatic depiction of the legendary battle of Agincourt from the number one historical novelist. From the varying viewpoints of nobles, peasants, archers, and horsemen, Azincourt skilfully brings to life the hours of relentless fighting, the desperation of an army crippled by disease and the exceptional bravery of the English soldiers.
Depraved heart, Patricia Daniels Cornwell
Dr. Kay Scarpetta is working a suspicious death scene in Cambridge, Massachusetts when an emergency alert sounds on her phone. A video link lands in her text messages and seems to be from her computer genius niece Lucy.
Flesh and blood, Patricia Daniels Cornwell
It's a sunny morning in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and also Dr. Kay Scarpetta's birthday. She's about to head to Miami for a vacation with Benton Wesley, her FBI profiler husband, when she notices seven pennies on a wall behind their home.
The love shack, Jane Costello
Dan and Gemma have found their dream first home, but the asking price is the stuff of nightmares. The only way they'll ever save for a deposit is by returning, rent-free, to Dan's childhood home. But it's only for six months. Even they can manage that. Surely.
Blessing, Lyn Cote
An impetuous love swept Blessing Brightman away from the Quaker community, into the highest ranks of Cincinnati society. But behind the glitter of ballroom and parlor, her spirit slowly eroded in an increasingly dangerous marriage.
Honor, Lyn Cote
When unexpected circumstances leave Honor Penworthy destitute after the death of her grandfather, she is forced to leave her Maryland plantation and the slaves she hoped to free and seek refuge with a distant relative.
The coroner's lunch, Colin Cotterill
Set in Laos, once part of Indochina, recently taken over by the Communist Pathet Lao party, its protagonist, Dr. Siri Paiboun, is a physician trained in Paris. For lack of other candidates — most of the educated class has fled — he has been appointed chief coroner.
Thirty-three teeth, Colin Cotterill
The new nervous Communist government of Laos is sending the royal family into secret exile, banning festivals, and even ordering benevolent spirits to help their cause. Meanwhile, chief coroner Dr. Siri Paiboun faces three mysteries: he must identify a pair of badly burned corpses; a fearsome creature begins slaughtering the citizens of Vientiane; and people starft inexplicably hurftling to their deaths from a ministry building.
The man who died twice, George Harmon Coxe
To steal a Caribbean inheritance, an American impersonates a prodigal son. Though his name is Duncan Ward, he lands in Barbados with a passport reading 'Jim MacQuade'. The MacQuade family meets him at the airport with open arms, welcoming home the son who left the Caribbean over a decade earlier.
The flying circus, Susan Crandall
Set in the rapidly changing world of 1920s America, this is a story of three people from very different backgrounds. Each one holds a secret that, if exposed, would destroy their friendship. But their journey of adventure and self-discovery has a price, and one of them won't be able to survive it.
The pocket wife, Susan Crawford
Dana Catrell is shocked when her neighbour Celia is brutally murdered. To Dana's horror, she was the last person to see Celia alive. Suffering from mania, the result of her bipolar disorder, she has troubling holes in her memory, including what happened on the afternoon of Celia's death.
The sock thief, Ana Crespo
Brazilian boy Felipe doesn't have a soccer ball. So, when it's his turn to take one to school, he uses a little bit of creativity … and a few socks. Felipe is the sock thief. Along the way, Felipe leaves delicious mangoes in exchange for the socks he steals.
Rockwiz decades: the great songs of our time, Toby Creswell
From the beginning of rock & roll to its evolution into pop, rap, punk, heavy metal, and beyond, RocKwiz Decades takes us on a journey through time — reviving and recalling the reasons why great songs live on.
A private gentleman, Heidi Cullinan
Painfully introverted and rendered nearly mute by a heavy stammer, Lord George Albert Westin rarely ventures any farther than the club or his beloved gardens. When he hears rumours of an exotic new orchid sighted at a local hobbyist's house, though, he girds himself with opiates and determination to attend a house party, hoping to sneak a peek. He finds the orchid, yes… but he finds something else even more rare and exquisite: Michael Vannant, professional sodomite.
The age of selfishness: Ayn Rand, morality, and the financial crisis, Darryl Cunningham
Using Rand's biography to illuminate the policies that led to the economic crash in the U.S. and in Europe and the global financial crisis of 2008, Cunningham shows how her philosophy continues to affect today's politics and policies, starting with her most noted disciple, economist Alan Greenspan (former chairman of the Federal Reserve).
Well-balanced world changer: a field guide for staying sane while doing good, Sarah Cunningham
What happens when idealism and reality crash into each other (and you)? If you have ever passionately invested yourself in living your faith, championing a cause, or representing some noble ideal, you've probably experienced a faceoff between idealism and reality.
If you have to cry, go outside: and other things your mother never told you Kelly Cutrone with Meredith Bryan
Kelly writes in her trademark, no bullshit style, combining personal and professional stories to share her secrets for success without selling out. Let's face it: this is a different world than the one in which our mothers grew up, and Kelly has created a real girl's guide to making it in the real world.
Red berries, white clouds, blue sky, Sandra Dallas
After Pearl Harbor is bombed by the Japanese, twelve-year-old Tomi and her Japanese-American family are split up and forced to leave their California home to live in internment camps in New Mexico and Colorado.
The gentle art of murder, Jeanne M. Dams
Murder threatens to disturb the creativeness of Sherebury's art college.
The Meursault investigation, Kamel Daoud
This response to Camus's The Stranger is at once a love story and a political manifesto about post-colonial Algeria, Islam, and the irrelevance of Arab lives. He was the brother of "the Arab" killed by the infamous Meursault, the antihero of Camus's classic novel.
Wed at Leisure Sabrina Darby
Almost true, Keren David
On the run from ruthless killers, Ty's in hiding with complete strangers — who seem to know a lot about him — and he's having trouble trusting his own judgment and decision-making abilities. Meanwhile he's desperate to see his girlfriend Claire, and terrified that she may betray him.
Another life, Keren David
Kicked out of yet another boarding school, Archie couldn't be happier to find himself back in London with old friends and an exciting social life. But he's worried about his cousin Ty, who is facing a sentence in a Young Offender Institution and doesn't seem to be coping.
Lia's guide to winning the lottery, Keren David
When Lia wins eight million in the lottery, her life suddenly changes. She wonders if the millionaire lifestyle is all it's cracked up to be after jealous kids at school set up a "We Hate Lia Latimer" group on Facebook, she is sued by her best friend's mother, and her sister Natalie goes missing.
When I was Joe, Keren David
When Ty witnesses a stabbing, his own life is in danger from the criminals he's named, and he and his mum have to go into police protection. This wonderfully gripping and intelligent novel depicts Ty/Joe's confused sense of identity in a moving and funny story that teenage boys and girls will identify with.
Under my skin, James Dawson
Seventeen-year-old Sally Feather is not exactly a rebel. Her super-conservative parents and her treatment at the hands of high school bullies means that Sally's about as shy and retiring as they come — but all that's about to change.
Springtime: a ghost story, Michelle De Kretser
Picking up her pace, Frances saw a woman in the leaf-hung depths of the garden. She wore a long pink dress and a wide hat, and her skin was a creamy white. There came upon Frances a sensation that sometimes overtook her when she was looking at a painting: space was foreshortened, time stood still.
The Precious One Marisa de los Santos
The sword of the Viking king, Terry Deary
When King Alfred is left to wander the English countryside looking little better than a beggar, it seems there is no hope left — the Vikings will conquer the country and they will all become slaves. Ethelbert is still young, but he wishes he could fight to protect his country.
The nobleman and the spy Bonnie Dee and Summer Devon
They once faced each other on a battlefield. Now soldier-turned-spy Jonathan Reese must keep watch over the man he's never forgotten. A close encounter reveals Karl von Binder, the count's son, also recalls the day he spared Jonathan's life.
101 games and activities for children with autism, Asperger's, and sensory processing disorders, Tara Delaney
One of the best ways for children with autism, Asperger's, and sensory processing disorders to learn is through play. Children improve their motor skills, language skills, and social skills by moving their bodies and interacting with their environment.
Darkness follows, Mike Dellosso
When Sam Travis discovers the journal of a Civil War soldier that is written in Sam's own handwriting, his investigation reveals disturbing parallels between himself and the soldier as he travels ever deeper into darkness.
Scream, Mike Dellosso
While talking to his friend on the phone, Mark Stone is startled by a cacophony of otherworldly screams. Seconds later, a tragic accident claims his friend's life. When this happens several more times screams followed by an untimely death — he is compelled to act.
The world at my feet: the extraordinary story of the record-breaking fastest run around the Earth, Tom Denniss
On 31 December 2011, Australian Tom Denniss took two years off from his successful business career to take on a remarkable challenge. He embarked upon a run around the world. A run that would take more than 20 months, and cover over 26,000 km.
The gentleman's keeper Summer Devon, Bonnie Dee
After years gadding about Europe, Everett Gerard can no longer avoid his responsibilities. Word has come that a child bearing the unmistakable Gerard stamp has shown up at the family estate — and he realises it's time to face his demons.
Explore Poetry Andi Diehn
The sunlit night, Rebecca Dinerstein
Frances flees a painful breakup and her claustrophobic childhood home in Manhattan, which has become more airless in the aftermath of two family announcements. She seeks refuge at a Norwegian artist colony that's offered her a painting apprenticeship Yasha, an eighteen-year-old Russian immigrant raised in a bakery in Brighton Beach, is kneading bread in the shop's window when he sees his mother for the first time in a decade.
Even weirder! Anh Do
Weir's back and even weirder. But it's not just Weir who's weird, it's his whole family. Not even their pet bird is normal. How will he keep cool with a school trip to the zoo coming up and Bella's birthday party?! It won't be easy … but it will be funny!.
Super weird, Anh Do
Weir's back and super weird. And guess what? FiDo the sausage-dog is super weird too. Perfect! Dad's training to become a firefighter, while Weir's busy with Pet Day. Will FiDo and Blockhead freeze-up or find fame? It won't be easy … but it will be funny.
Hieroglyphics and other stories Anne Donovan
These stories give voice to a variety of different characters: from the little girl who wants to look 'subtle' for her father's funeral, a child who has an email pen pal on Jupiter and an old lady who becomes a star through 'zimmerobics'.
Crazy paving, Louise Doughty
A terrorist bombing campaign in London is not the greatest problem for secretaries Annette, Joan and Helly. Their boss is a more immediate danger, and strange accidents keep happening, but as events around them unfold they are forced to be heroines as well.
Dance with me, Louise Doughty
A man dies a week after re-writing his will. In it, he has left everything he owns to a woman he has known for only three weeks. As Bet investigates Peter's past, she discovers that her ex-lover was not all that he seemed…
Honey-dew, Louise Doughty
A brutal murder punctures the tranquillity of a rural idyll: a middle-aged couple are found stabbed to death; their teenaged daughter is missing. Where is Gemma? demands the headline of the Rutland Record.
Deep Time Ian Douglas
Not that kind of girl: a young woman tells you what she's "learned", Lena Dunham
If I could take what I've learned and make one menial job easier for you, or prevent you from having the kind of sex where you feel you must keep your sneakers on in case you want to run away during the act, then every misstep of mine was worthwhile.
The Forbidden Flats Peggy Eddleman
Alpha One Guardian Ranger Sharpshooter Cynthia Eden
.44 caliber man, J. T. Edson
Post-Civil War Texas is a hell of a rough place. And for a man wearing a kilt, it is even rougher. Colin Farquharson insists on retaining his native Scottish dress but to do so unarmed on the Texas frontier could get him killed.
Big Rock and the Masked Avenger, Jim Eldridge
Jack knows every wrestling move there is to know, and his dreams come true when he's recruited as a training assistant to Waldo's Wrestling Trolls. Little does Jack know that he's actually part troll, and that when his new family is in trouble he morphs into the terrifying Thud!
The final showdown, Jim Eldridge
Lord Veto has been kidnapped and is being held at the dreaded Mount Doom. But now Jack knows the shocking truth — that his arch enemy is in fact his grandfather — he can't just abandon him. So the gang find themselves on the most unexpected mission of all: to save Lord Veto.
The giant rumble, Jim Eldridge
Waldo's Wrestling Trolls are back, and they're ready to rumble! But the villainous Lord Veto has other plans. Challenged to a Giant Rumble but suffering from a shortfall of wrestlers, Jack and his friends set out to find more participants for their great battle.
Hunk and Thud, Jim Eldridge
Jack is doing fantastically well as the Wrestling Trolls training coach, Big Rock is winning matches, and the group are on their way to more gold and tasty rocks than they can count. All Jack has to do is keep his alter-ego THUD! under control…
Jack versus Veto, Jim Eldridge
Disaster has struck the Wrestling Trolls family. Their grumpy but much-loved friend Robin has been stolen by a nasty band of horse rustlers, and it's up to the gang to get him back.
Thud in trouble Jim Eldridge
The Wrestling Trolls are BACK, facing nasty bullies and vengeful villains. Here come the Wrestling Trolls with two great new adventures! Jack, Milo, Robin and Big Rock are back, and they have a new friend with them too — Blaze, the magical phoenix.
Harry Mac Russell Eldridge
Tom and Millie are friends who live in a lane on the edge of town. They rely on each other to make sense of what's going on in their lives. Harry Mac is editor of the local newspaper and is a man of silences and secrets. He knows the prime minister but they don't seem to like each other.
Lobsters: a socially awkward love story Tom Ellen & Lucy Ivison
Like lobsters, Sam and Hannah are looking for 'The One' but they only have the holidays before uni to find each other. And instead of being epic, their summer is looking awkward, until fate lends a hand.
Engel's England: thirty-nine counties, one capital and one man, Matthew Engel
England, says Matthew Engel, is the most complicated place in the world. And, as he travels through each of the historic English counties, he discovers that's just the start of it.
Orangutanka: a story in poems, Margarita Engle
All the orangutans are ready for a nap in the sleepy depths of the afternoon all except one. Written in a series of linked poems in the tanka style, an ancient Japanese form of poetry.
Night night, sleep tight, Hallie Ephron
Los Angeles, 1986. Discovering her bitter father's drowned body in his 1980s Beverly Hills swimming pool, Deirdre reconnects with an old friend who confessed to killing her mother's boyfriend decades earlier.
Open grave, Kjell Eriksson
Professor Bertram von Ohler has been awarded the Nobel Prize for medicine. This news causes problems in his otherwise quiet upper-class neighborhood. Not everybody is happy with the choice of winner. Mysterious incidents start to occur.
The girl who wrote in silk, Kelli Estes
Inara Erickson is exploring her deceased aunt's island estate when she finds an elaborately stitched piece of fabric hidden in the house. As she peels back layer upon layer of the secrets it holds, Inara's life becomes interwoven with that of Mei Lein, a young Chinese girl mysteriously driven from her home a century before.
The chaos crystal, Jennifer Fallon
The Tide Lords have gathered in Jelidia to find out the secret of how to kill an immortal … Cayal in particular. Before they can do this, however, they must find the Chaos Crystal that brought them to this world. They initially head to Glaeba, where Arkady has been captured by Jaxyn.
Harshini, Jennifer Fallon
Medalon has surrendered to foreign invaders, Tarja is once more an outcast, the Defenders have scattered and their only hope is Damin Wolfblade. But Damin has his own problems — the High Prince is dead, so Damin must lift the siege on the Hythrun capital and defeat an usurper before he can come to Medalon's aid.
The immortal prince, Jennifer Fallon
When a routine hanging goes wrong and a murderer somehow survives the noose, the man announces he is an immortal. And not just any immortal, but Cayal, the Immortal Prince, hero of legend, thought to be only a fictional character.
The magic word, Jennifer Fallon
Princess Adrina, Damin Wolfblade, the High Prince of Hythria, and tarja, the Lord Defender seem to be experiencing a time loop … reliving the same day constantly. In the dungeons being held prisoner is a young man by the name of Dirk Provin from the world of Ranadon …
Medalon, Jennifer Fallon
The small country of Medalon lies between the vast nation of Karien in the north and the nations of Fardohnya and Hythria in the south. For centuries the Medalonians co-existed peacefully with the Harshini, a magical race that abhors killing.
The palace of impossible dreams, Jennifer Fallon
'Just remember eternity is a long time to be watching over your shoulder …' Branded and sold into slavery in Senestra Arkady holds out little hope of being rescued. She turns to her new owner for help …but learning the truth about him may cost them their lives.
Treason Keep, Jennifer Fallon
On the brink of death, R'shiel, the Demon Child, is taken to the Harshini haven of Sanctuary, where crucial decisions are being made. The Harshini will not survive long enough for another demon child to reach maturity, even if such a child was born tomorrow.
Warlord, Jennifer Fallon
Marla Wolfblade's world has been shattered by the death of both her beloved court'esa and her husband. But as she plans to take her revenge against Alija Eaglespike, the woman who forced Elezaar to betray her, a foolish deal she made years ago with the Assassins' Guild comes back to haunt her.
Warrior, Jennifer Fallon
Marla Wolfblade is effectively ruling Hythria in her brother's name. And ruling it well. The country is stable, there is peace and prosperity and even her nemesis, Alija Eaglespike, High Arrion of the Sorcerers' Collective, appears to have given up on her attempts to have her own husband elevated to the throne. But the surface calm belies the turmoil underneath.
Wolfblade, Jennifer Fallon
Marla Wolfblade, princess of Hythria, is determined to restore her family to its former power and glory. But Hythria is a fiercely patriarchal society, and Marla knows power may only be gained through a man.
Soul, Claire Farrell
A novel inspired by the short story collection, One Night with the Fae. Soul is the first in a brand new series by Claire Farrell. Cara Kelly's life is going nowhere when she's lured to a faery festival.
Usurper, Claire Farrell
It's been a year since Cara returned to the human realm with her daughter, and the fae have come knocking again. The game of kings is still being played, power is the ultimate prize, and Scarlet is an asset every court wishes to acquire.
Krondor, the betrayal, Raymond E. Feist
It is nine years on from the aftermath of Sethanon. There has been peace awhile and it's been needed. But news is feeding through to the people of the Kingdom of the Isles that deadly forces are stirring on the horizon. The bringer of the latest tidings is Gorath, a moredhel (dark elf).
The Fujita plan, Mark Felton
After the staggering success of the Pearl Harbor surprise attack, the Japanese plotted to maintain the initiative and spread fear and panic among the civil population of the United States and Australasia. With his usual skilled research the author has uncovered numerous plans.
Guarding Hitler: the secret world of the Fuhrer, Mark Felton
Based on intelligence documents, personal testimonies, memoirs and official histories, including material only declassified in 2010, Guarding Hitler provides the reader with a fascinating inside look at the secret world of Hitler's security and domestic arrangements.
Yanagi: the underwater trade between Germany and Japan, 1942-45, Mark Felton
This fascinating book examines the exchange of information and goods by underwater means between Germany and Japan during the second half of WW2. Known as 'Yanagi' this trade was a high priority to both Axis partners.
Zero night: the untold story of the Second World War's most daring great escape, Mark Felton
Oflag VI-B, Warburg, Germany: On the night of 30 August 1942 — 'Zero Night' — 40 officers from Britain, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa staged the most audacious mass escape of the Second World War.
The sea devils: Operation Struggle and the last great raid of World War Two, Mark Felton
July 1945. Eighteen daring young British, Australian and New Zealand special forces from a top-secret underwater warfare unit prepare to undertake three simultaneous and incredibly risky missions against the Japanese.
Eat, Play, Lust Tawna Fenske
Protector for Hire Tawna Fenske
Those who leave and those who stay, Elena Ferrante
In this third Neapolitan novel, Elena and Lila, the two girls whom readers first met in My Brilliant Friend, have become women. Lila married at sixteen and has a young son; she has left her husband and the comforts of her marriage brought and now works as a common laborer.
Troubling love, Elena Ferrante
Following her mother's untimely and mysterious death, Delia embarks on a voyage of discovery through the streets of her native Naples searching for the truth about her family.
Stick and Stone Beth Ferry
Haunting Zoe Sherry Ficklin
My Cool Houseboat Jane Field-Lewis
The complete Hush, Hush saga, Becca Fitzpatrick
A gripping saga that chronicles the destiny of Nora and Patch from the beginning of their relationship to the dire events — and forces — that threaten to tear them apart.
Stop caretaking the borderline or narcissist: how to end the drama and get on with life, Margalis Fjelstad
People with borderline or narcissistic personality disorders have a serious mental illness that primarily affects their intimate, personal, and family relationships. Fjelstad describes how people get into a caretaker role — and how they can get out.
I was here, Gayle Forman
This characteristically powerful novel follows eighteen-year-old Cody Reynolds in the months following her best friend's shocking suicide. As Cody numbly searches for answers as to why Meg took her own life, she begins a journey of self-discovery which takes her to a terrifying precipice, and forces her to question her own understanding of life, love, death and forgiveness.
Encountering truth: meeting God in the everyday Pope Francis
Shortly after seven in the morning, Pope Francis gives a brief homily in the little Vatican chapel of Saint Martha, in front of an audience that is always different: gardeners, office workers, nuns and priests, as well as a growing group of journalists.
Love's awakening, Laura Frantz
Ellie Ballantyne has left finishing school, and returns home to Pittsburgh. When she opens a day school for young ladies, she begins tutoring the incorrigible daughter of the enemy Turlock clan.
Love's fortune, Laura Frantz
Sheltered since birth at her Kentucky home, Rowena Ballantyne has heard only whispered rumours of her grandfather Silas's vast fortune. When her father receives a rare letter summoning him to New Hope, Pa.
Love's reckoning, Laura Frantz
In this sweeping family saga set in western Pennsylvania, one man's choices in love and work, in friends and enemies, set the stage for generations to come. On a bitter December day in 1785, Silas Ballantyne arrives at the door of master blacksmith Liege Lee in York, Pennsylvania.
Positivity Barbara Fredrickson
Superlegumes: eat your way to great health, Chrissy Freer
With over 90 recipes and packed with information on nutrition and cooking tips, superlegumes dispels the myth that beans, pulses and legumes make for stodgy food. Here are fresh, healthy, easy vegetarian, meat- and fish-based recipes, for every meal and every season.
The best homemade kids' snacks on the planet: more than 200 healthy homemade snacks you and your kids will love, Laura Fuentes
More than 200+ great ideas for solving the snack conundrum. Recipes and ideas you can whip up in minutes, without fuss in the kitchen, or fuss from your kid!
Beowulf: the script book Neil Gaiman & Roger Avery
Here are the initial draft and final shooting script of the star-studded blockbuster film from Paramount Pictures and Academy Award-winning director Robert Zemeckis, plus concept art, fascinating insights in the screenplay's evolution, an introduction by Avary, and an afterword from Gaiman.
The facts in the case of the departure of Miss Finch Neil Gaiman ; art by Michael Zulli ; lettering and script adaptation by Todd Klein
Presents a tale of Miss Finch, an exacting woman befallen by mystery and abduction deep under the streets of London. This novel combines the author's trademark magic realism with longtime collaborator Michael Zulli's paintings.
Muse, Jonathan Galassi
Paul Dukach is heir apparent at Purcell & Stern, one of the last independent publishing houses in New York, whose shabby offices on Union Square belie the treasures of its list. Thanks to his boss, the flamboyant Homer Stern, Paul learns the ins and outs of the book world.
I is for infidel: from holy war to holy terror: 18 years inside Afghanistan, Kathy Gannon
Presents a history of Afghanistan and its people, from the Soviet occupation to the present day.
An October Bride Katie Ganshert
Wasp, or, A very sweet power, Ian Garbutt
For a gentleman seeking more prestigious company amidst the seedy bawdy houses of an eighteenth-century city, the House of Masques provides the perfect no-touch escorts. Girls, highly educated and socially trained, are geisha-like status symbols for politicians, bankers and minor royalty.
Honor's Splendour Julie Garwood
Bad for me, Codi Gary
Callie Jacobsen isn't about to open her heart to just anyone. Not so very long ago, trusting someone changed her life forever — and not in a fun way. Now she's better off focusing on her career, her friends, and her dog.
The Alphabet of Bugs Valerie Gates
The Long Home William Gay
A young carpenter in 1940s Tennessee seeks revenge after learning his employer murdered his father when he was a boy. But the employer has an ace up his sleeve, the carpenter is in love with a call girl who works for him.
Real food for everyone: vegan-friendly meals for meat-lovers, vegetarians, and vegans, Ann Gentry
Presents more than one hundred easy-to-prepare vegan family recipes, with options for salads, soups, stews, chilis, vegetables, main courses, and desserts.
Himmler's cook, Franz-Olivier Giesbert
Aged 105, Rose has endured more than her fair share of hardships — the Armenian genocide, the Nazi regime, and the delirium of Maoism.Yet somehow, despite all the suffering, Rose never loses her joie de vivre.
Hold the dark, William Giraldi
Wolves have come for the children of Keelut. Three children have been taken from this isolated Alaskan village, including the six-year-old boy of Medora and Vernon Slone. Wolf expert Russell Core arrives in Keelut to investigate the killings and learns of the horrifying darkness at the heart of Medora.
Words without music: a memoir, Philip Glass
A world-renowned composer of symphonies, operas, and film scores, Philip Glass has, almost single-handedly, crafted the dominant sound of late-twentieth-century classical music. Whether recalling his experiences working at Bethlehem Steel, traveling in India, driving a cab in 1970s New York, or his professional collaborations with the likes of Allen Ginsberg, Ravi Shankar, Robert Wilson, Doris Lessing, and Martin Scorsese, Words Without Music affirms the power of music to change the world.
The nakeds, Lisa Glatt
On the morning that Nina and Asher Teller's marriage falls apart in their Southern Californian kitchen, their young daughter, Hannah, is the victim of a hit-and-run accident that will leave her leg in a cast for much of the next decade.
Oh crap! potty training: everything modern parents need to know to do it once and do it right, Jamie Glowacki
Worried about potty training? Let Jamie Glowacki, potty-training expert at, show you how it's done. Her 6-step, proven process to get your toddler out of diapers and onto the toilet has already worked for tens of thousands of kids and their parents.
The Pretender's Lady Alan Gold
Lord of the flies, William Golding
A plane crashes on a desert island and the only survivors, a group of schoolboys, assemble on the beach and wait to be rescued. By day they inhabit a land of bright fantastic birds and dark blue seas, but at night their dreams are haunted by the image of a terrifying beast.
Mojo: how to get it, how to keep it, how to get it back when you lose it Marshall Goldsmith with Mark Reiter
Mojo is the concept of positive momentum: success building upon success. It anchors our self-esteem, shapes our careers and influences those around us. Now the world's pre-eminent executive coach, Marshall Goldsmith, can help you master it.
Triggers: sparking positive change and making it last Marshall Goldsmith and Mark Reiter
In business, the right behaviours matter. But getting it right is tricky. Even when we acknowledge the need to change what we do and how we do it, life has a habit of getting in the way, upsetting even the best-laid plans.
The cookbook collector, Allegra Goodman
Emily and Jessamine Bach are opposites in every way: Twenty-eight-year-old Emily is the CEO of Veritech, twenty-three-year-old Jess is an environmental activist and graduate student in philosophy. Pragmatic Emily is making a fortune in Silicon Valley, romantic Jess works in an antiquarian bookstore.
Intuition, Allegra Goodman
Sandy Glass, a charismatic publicity-seeking oncologist, and Marion Mendelssohn, a pure, exacting scientist, are codirectors of a lab at the Philpott Institute dedicated to cancer research and desperately in need of a grant.
Sharpie Art Workshop Timothy Goodman
The flywheel, Erin Gough
Seventeen-year-old Delilah's crazy life is about to get crazier. Ever since her father took off overseas, she's been struggling to run the family's cafe without him and survive high school. But after a misjudged crush on one of the cool girls, she's become the school punchline as well.
The proposal at Siesta Key Shelley Shepard. Gray
In the years since her sister's tragic death, Penny Troyer's parents want nothing more than to keep her safe even if it means never leaving the house. She goes to hear a speech by Michael Knoxx of The Knoxx Family Singers, a travelling Mennonite Evangelical family.
A curious mind: the secret to a bigger life Brian Grazer, Charles Fishman
A Curious Mind is a brilliantly entertaining, fascinating, and inspiring homage to the power of inquisitiveness and the ways in which it deepens and improves us. Whether you?re looking to improve your management style at work or you want to become a better romantic partner, this book, and its lessons on the power of curiosity, can change your life.
The Subprimes, Karl Taro Greenfeld
In a future America that feels increasingly familiar, you are your credit score. Extreme wealth inequality has created a class of have-nothings: Subprimes. Their bad credit ratings have lost them jobs and make them unemployable.
Dreamhouse Kate Grenville
The Rogue Steals a Bride Amelia Grey
Knitting in No Time Melody Griffiths
Flame of Resistance Tracy Groot
The incorrigible optimists club, Jean-Michel Guenassia
Paris, 1959. As dusk settles over the immigrant quarter, 12-year-old Michel Marini amateur photographer and compulsive reader is drawn to the hum of the local bistro. From his usual position at the football table, he has a vantage point on a grown-up world of rock 'n' roll and of the Algerian War.
The curious incident of the dog in the night-time, Mark Haddon
A murder mystery like no other, this novel features Christopher Boone, a 15 year-old who suffers from Asperger's syndrome. When he finds a neighbour's dog murdered, he sets out on a terrifying journey destined to turn his whole world upside down.
Ishmael's oranges, Claire Hajaj
It's April 1948, and war hangs over Jaffa. One minute seven-year-old Salim is dreaming of taking his first harvest from the family's orange tree; the next he is swept away into a life of exile and rage. Seeking a new beginning in swinging-'60s London, Salim falls in love with Jude.
Reckoning David Halberstam
Big Bad Detective Agency Bruce Hale
Danger in high heels, Gemma Halliday
Maddie Springer is all about fashion. So when her best friend Dana's movie star boyfriend, Ricky Montgomery, becomes a contestant on the ballroom dance reality hit, Dancing with Celebrities, she is over the moon at the thought of visiting the sparkly, spandexy costumes on the set.
Whitney & Bobbi Kristina: the deadly price of fame, Ian Halperin
Investigative journalist Ian Halperin tells the tragic story of Whitney Houston, exploring the devastating , self-destructive secrets that plagued the singer and led Whitney — and later her daughter — down a dark and dangerous road.
The girl in the ice Lotte and Soren Hammer
Under the heartless vault of the Greenland's arctic sky the body of a girl is discovered. Half-naked and tied up, buried hundreds of miles from any signs of life, she has lain alone, hidden in the ice cap, for twenty-five years. Now an ice melt has revealed her.
The last time we say goodbye, Cynthia Hand
The last time Lex was happy was before. When she had a family that was whole. A boyfriend she loved. Friends who didn't look at her like she might break down at any moment. Now she's the girl whose brother killed himself. And it feels like that's all she'll ever be.
The fantastic book of everybody's secrets, Sophie Hannah
Why does the same stranger keep appearing in the background of a family's holiday photographs? What makes a woman stand mesmerised by two children in a school playground, children she's never met but whose names she knows well? The stories in this title reveals these secrets.
Love your job, Kerry Hannon
Step-by-step tips for revitalizing your careerYes, it is possible to have a job you love, and it doesn't require starting from scratch. Love Your Job is a guide to making work fulfilling and fun — again, or even for the first time.
Briar queen, Katherine Harbour
Serafina discovers an eerie supernatural underworld in her new town of Fair Hollow, New York, that leads to a fairy world of secrets, legacies, and the truth behind her sister's death.
Skylight David Hare
Skylight premiered at the National Theatre in 1995 and then went on to become one of the most internationally successful plays of recent years. This is the definitive edition of Skylight.
The betrayed, Terra Harmony
Two separate worlds; the Undine of The Deep and the Wolves of The Dry. A history muddled in war but thick with family bonds blur the lines of right and wrong. The youngest members of each race unite, trying to steer their people away from the brink of disaster.
The painted Maidens trilogy, Terra Harmony
Seventeen-year-old Serena is the youngest member of a dying race. The increasing acidity of the ocean is destroying her home, slowly eating away at the once thriving underwater landscape. But since the night of Serena's birth, it is an outside force that most threatens their dwindling population.
The taking, Terra Harmony
Eighteen-year-old Serena reigns as queen of both the Undine of The Deep and the wolves of The Dry. The alliance between her maidens and the werewolves is shaky when all at once the basic necessities of food and shelter are taken away and both their worlds fall apart.
Home: a practical and inspirational guide to retro interior design, Keeley Harris
Celebrating the perennial interest in incorporating vintage flea-market finds into interior schemes, Home is a feast of retro inspiration. With practical information on how to identify and source original vintage homewares, there is also plenty of inspiration on how to style your rooms according to your favoured decade, whether it be the 1920s or the 1970s.
Whispers of love, Rosie Harris
It is 1914 and Christabel Blakemore is happily preparing for her wedding when she receives the shattering news that her fiance has been drowned at sea. Heartbroken, she tries to piece her life together.
Head over heel, Chris Harrison
A whitewashed fishing village, a shapely signorina and an infatuated Aussie — head over heels on the heel of the boot. This is Chris Harrison's award-winning story of falling in love with bella Daniela and leaving his Australian life for her sun-drenched Italian home.
The perfect letter, Chris Harrison
A talented young book editor on the fast track at a major publishing house, Leigh had been determined to build a life for herself in New York City. Still, when the invitation arrived asking her to be the keynote speaker at the Austin Writer's Conference, Leigh couldn't ignore the nagging feeling that Texas, with all of its tangled secrets, was calling her home.
The governor's wife, Michael T. Harvey
It's been two years since disgraced Illinois governor Ray Perry disappeared from a federal courthouse in Chicago moments after being sentenced to thirty-eight years in prison on corruption charges. P.I.
A brush with love: a January wedding story, Rachel Hauck
Overcoming a childhood tragedy, Ginger emerges from the pain and trauma with a gift for bringing out the beauty in others. When high-school crush Tom Wells Jr. also returns to town and shows up at her shop looking for a haircut, Ginger's thinly veiled insecurities threaten to keep her locked away from love, Despite Tom's best efforts, Ginger can't forget how he disappeared on her twelve years ago and broke her heart.
Wimbly the wonder boy Angela Hawkins ; illustrated by Holly Blackman
Wimbley is a curious preschool boy who can't help wondering what will happen if he… When Wimbley gets to wondering, there's no telling what sort of trouble he'll get into next.
The library at Mount Char, Scott Hawkins
Carolyn's not so different from the other people around her. She likes guacamole and cigarettes and steak. She knows how to use a phone. Clothes are a bit tricky, but everyone says nice things about her outfit with the Christmas sweater over the gold bicycle shorts.
The devil of Nanking Mo Hayder
The solitary Englishwoman Grey comes to Japan looking for a rare piece of footage that is said to document a particularly monstrous episode of the 1937 Nanking Massacre. Her quest will take her to a reclusive scholar and a wheelchair-bound gangster who clings to life with the aid of a mysterious elixir, and to a handsome American whose interest in Grey may be more sinister than romantic.
Gone Mo Hayder
Narrowboat dreams, Steve Haywood
Steve sets out to escape the routine of his life in London for a voyage of discovery along England's inland waterways.
One man and a narrowboat: slowing down time on England's waterways, Steve Haywood
Escaping a mid-life crisis, Steve Haywood celebrates his birthday with a trip through England's canals In an attempt to get to grips with a big birthday, author Steve Haywood sets out from Oxford to explore what makes the English, well, so English.
Lie still, Julia Heaberlin
A New Town Clairmont, Texas is home to some of the South's most wealthy and established families. When Emily Page and her husband Mike move there from New York City, so Mike can become the new sheriff, they believe that it's a place where they can build a new life for themselves.
Playing dead, Julia Heaberlin
The Letter: A few weeks after her father's death, Tommie McCloud receives a letter in the post from Rosalina Marchetti in Chicago. Rosalina claims that Tommie is her biological daughter, who was kidnapped over thirty years ago.
Lord of Temptation Lorraine Heath
Once upon a time, he was Lord Tristan Easton — now he is Crimson Jack, a notorious privateer beholden to none, whose only mistress is the sea. But all that will change when exquisite Lady Anne Hayworth hires his protection on a trip into danger and seduction.
Positive psychology and the body, Kate Hefferon
This positive psychology textbook focuses on the importance of the body within optimal functioning and highlights new research in this area.
Single, carefree, mellow: stories, Katherine Heiny
Throughout these 11 stories, Heiny chronicles the ways in which we are unfaithful to each other, both willfully and unwittingly. Maya, who appears in the title story and again in various states of love, forms the spine of this linked collection, and shows us through her moments of pleasure, loss, deceit, and kindness just how fickle the human heart can be.
True valor, Dee Henderson
Exchanging love letters with Navy pilot Grace Yates before her plane goes missing, Air Force pararescueman Bruce Stanton finds his efforts in a NATO conflict particularly challenging when he is assigned to the rescue mission.
Extreme bricks: spectacular, record-breaking, and astounding LEGO projects from around the world Sarah Herman
Chronicles attempts at large-scale models embarked on by the LEGO Group as well as the early work of LEGOLAND artists and builders and contemporary LEGO Certified Professionals who build big for a living.
All dressed up in love, Ruth Logan. Herne
A third-year law student, Tara Simonetti just needs a job to pay the bills and put food on the table. After her father's untimely death, she's determined to give her small hometown what he didn't have: a good, honest lawyer, but law school isn't cheap.
Nobody walks, Mick Herron
Tom Bettany is working at a meat processing plant in France when he gets a voicemail telling him that his estranged 26-year-old son is dead. Liam Bettany fell from his London balcony, where he was smoking dope.
Slow Horses Mick Herron
Who Am I Without You Christina G. Hibbert
An ordinary epidemic, Amanda Hickie
Hannah is stuck in the middle of a deadly outbreak. As Sydney goes into lockdown, she attempts to quarantine her home and protect her family from the alarming infection around them. How far will a desperate mother go to keep her loved ones safe?
Midnight fugue, Reginald Hill
It starts with a phone call to Superintendent Dalziel from an old friend asking for help. But where it ends is a very different story. Gina Wolfe has come to Mid-Yorkshire in search of her missing husband, believed dead.
The case of the Sin City sister, J. Lynne. Hinton
Years ago, Eve heard God's call to become a nun, but her recent stint moonlighting at her father's detective agency invigorates her so much that she's wrestling with her vocation. She's working with him on a case involving a miner in New Mexico when alarming news develops: her sister Dorisanne is missing.
A night in with Audrey Hepburn, Lucy Holliday
Unlucky in love, failed actress Libby Lomax has retreated into the world of classic movies, where the immortal lives of the screen goddesses offer so much more in the way of romance than her own life. Relaxing on her battered old couch, salvaged from the props department by her best friend Olly, Libby is gob smacked to find actual Screen Icon, Audrey Hepburn, sitting beside her.
Finding a voice, Kim Hood
Jo could never have guessed that the friendship she so desperately craves would come in the shape of a severely disabled boy. He can't even speak. Maybe it is because he can't speak that she finds herself telling him how difficult it is living with her eccentric, mentally fragile mother.
Sleeping with fear, Kay Hooper
Agent Riley Crane of the FBI's Special Crimes Unit is used to dealing with bizarre situations and violent death, but when she wakes up alone, head pounding and covered in blood — human blood — she knows she's entered a new kind of nightmare. The trouble is, that's all she knows.
Safekeeping, Jessamyn Hope
It's 1994 and Adam, a drug addict from New York City, arrives at a kibbutz in Israel with a medieval sapphire brooch. To make up for a past crime, he needs to get the priceless heirloom to a woman his grandfather loved when he was a Holocaust refugee on the kibbutz fifty years earlier.
Mates, Dates and Sizzling Summers Cathy Hopkins
The hunting dogs, Jorn Lier Horst
Seventeen years ago William Wisting led the investigation into one of Norway's most widely publicised criminal cases, when the young Cecilia Linde was killed. Now it is discovered that evidence was planted and the wrong man convicted. Wisting is suspended and the media smell blood.
How to spy on a shark, Lori Haskins. Houran
A crew of scientists at sea use a camera-equipped robotic device to track a shark's movements through the water.
The door behind us, John C. Houser
It's 1919, and Frank Huddleston has survived the battlefields of the Great War. A serious head injury has left him with amnesia so profound he must re-learn his name every morning from a note posted on the privy door.
Get the truth: former CIA officers teach you how to persuade anyone to tell all Philip Houston, Michael Floyd, and Susan Carnicero ; commentary by Peter Romary.
Getting someone to tell the truth is an essential skill that very few people possess. In the boardroom, classroom, or our own homes, every day we interact with others and try to get the truth from them.
Spy the lie: former CIA officers show you how to detect deception Philip Houston, Michael Floyd, Susan Carnicero with Don Tennant.
Identify the signs. Ask the right questions. Get to the truth. Spy the Lie is a fascinating study of deception and a comprehensive lesson in how to identify and combat it.
Cold revenge, Alex Howard
Detective Inspector Hanlon is back. She's been promoted and now she goes undercover in Oxford to find the sadomasochistic killer of two students. Philosophy lecturer Dr Gideon Fuller, with his penchant for high end sadistic sex, is in the frame, but Hanlon is not convinced.
Time to die Alex Howard
Detective Inspector Hanlon. She'll break but she won't bend. A woman with a habit of breaking the rules and a fierce loyalty to the few people she respects. Her boss, Corrigan. Looks like a street copper promoted above his ability. Underestimate him at your peril. Enver Demirel.
Come lie wth me, Linda Howard
The accident that temporarily robbed Blake Remington of his ability to walk also took away his will to live. It would take a woman whose soul was as paralysed as his body to make him care again. Dione Kelly was Blake's last chance. She knew that, and she knew the challenge his case presented.
Loving Evangeline, Linda Howard
There was no doubt that the woman who called herself Evie Shaw was the key to the high-tech conspiracy that threatened Robert Cannon's computer company — and he meant to take her down personally. But as he trailed her into the heart of a long, hot Southern summer, he found himself questioning everything he believed. For he was face-to-face with a breathtaking passion — for a woman who had to be as guilty as sin.
Tell the girl, Sandra Howard
Married four times, Susannah Forbes had a starry career as a top model. Now, with an instinctive eye for colour and design, she finds herself in constant demand as an interior designer. Weaving together a fascinating past and a present full of emotional turmoil, Sandra Howard draws us into a world she knew so well, of glamour, style and high society, but where, below the surface, extravagence, insecurity and infidelity run rife.
National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs Catherine D. Hughes
Hero on a bicycle, Shirley Hughes
In extraordinary circumstances, people are capable of extraordinary things. It is 1944 and Florence is occupied by Nazi German forces. The Italian resistance movement has not given up hope, though and neither have Paolo and his sister, Constanza.
Whistling in the dark, Shirley Hughes
Liverpool, 1940: thirteen-year-old Joan's home is under threat from the Nazi's terrifying nightly air-raids. It is not an easy time to be a teenager, especially with the sweet rationing, strict curfews and blackouts.
Coaching for Resilience John Humphrey
Spellbinder, C. C. Hunter
Miranda Kane has always felt like a screw up — at least when it comes to her ability to wield magic. Her only sanctuary is Shadow Falls camp, where she's learning to harness her powers as a witch. But thanks to her shapeshifter boyfriend who called it quits and ran off to Paris, both her heart and powers feel broken.
Unbreakable, C. C. Hunter
When a rogue gang of supernatural creatures causes havoc near the Shadow Falls camp, Della Tsang is ordered to investigate with her partner and almost-boyfriend Chase. But things with Chase are confusing.
Unspoken, C. C. Hunter
Despite her superspeed, inhuman strength, and enhanced senses, Della Tsang's new life as a vampire certainly hasn't been a walk in the park. Especially since she was "reborn" and found herself bound to the mysterious, infuriating, and hunky Chase.
McKellan's run, Nicole Hurley-Moore
Years ago, Violet Beckett made the mistake of falling for the wrong McKellan brother and both she and her younger sister, Lily, paid the price. Now eight years later, fate has brought Violet and her daughter, Holly, back to the house Violet grew up in.
The edge of forever, Melissa E. Hurst
In 2013, sixteen-year-old Alora is having blackouts. Each time she wakes up in a different place with no idea how she got there. The one thing she is certain of? Someone is following her. In 2146, seventeen-year-old Bridger is one of a small number of people born with the ability to travel to the past. While on a routine school time trip, he sees the last person he expected — his dead father.
Every tongue got to confess, Zora Neale Hurston
An extensive volume of African American folklore that Zora Neale Hurston collected on her travels through the Gulf States in the late 1920s. The bittersweet and often hilarious tales — which range from longer narratives about God, the Devil, white folk, and mistaken identity to witty one-liners — reveal attitudes about faith, love, family, slavery, race, and community.
Mules and men, Zora Neale Hurston
Mules and Men is a treasury of black America's folklore as collected by a famous storyteller and anthropologist who grew up hearing the songs and sermons, sayings and tall tales that have formed an oral history of the South since the time of slavery.
The Bone Tree Greg Iles
Exit stage left, Graham Ison
When the body of Lancelot Foley, a well-known actor, is discovered in an excavation in a fashionable Chelsea street one snowy February morning, Detective Chief Inspector Harry Brock is assigned the case.
Coffee Gives Me Superpowers Ryoko Iwata
The Art of Stillness Pico Iyer
Will write for food, Dianne Jacob
Love sharing recipes and want to start a food blog? Interested in writing a cookbook? Like to be the first to discover restaurants in your town? Get 'Will Write for Food' and find all you need to put your passion onto the page.
Raw: 150 dairy-free and gluten-free vegan recipes, Omid Jaffari
Here are 150 gluten-free and dairy-free vegan recipes that let you into the secret of creating gourmet raw cuisine for every day.
Kiss me Annabel, Eloisa James
Annabel Essex needs a husband and must resist her attraction for the impoverished — yet sensual — Scottish Earl of Ardmore.
Much ado about you, Eloisa James
Finding herself under the unlikely guardianship of the kind but shambolic Duke of Holbrook, Tess Essex is faced with her duty: marry well and marry quickly. She can then arrange matches for her younger sisters Annabel, Imogen and Josephine.
A brief history of seven killings Marlon James
On December 3, 1976, just before the Jamaican general election and two days before Bob Marley was to play the Smile Jamaica Concert, gunmen stormed his house, machine guns blazing. The attack nearly killed the Reggae superstar, his wife, and his manager, and injured several others.
The tide watchers, Melissa James
In the winter of 1803, one woman stands between Napoleon and the fall of Great Britain. The free-spirited daughter of an English baronet, Lisbeth defies convention by eloping to France. When her husband abandons her, she must find a way to survive and be reunited with her young son, who is in the care of her mother-in-law.
Day boy, Trent Jamieson
Mark is a Day Boy. In a post-traumatic future the Masters formerly human, now practically immortal rule a world that bends to their will and a human population upon which they feed. Invincible by night, all but helpless by day, each relies on his Day Boy to serve and protect him.
My homework ate my homework, Patrick Jennings
Math is not ten-year-old Zaritza's best subject. When her teacher, Mr. Phinney, offers extra credit to whomever takes the class ferret, Bandito, home over the weekend, she jumps at the opportunity. Unfortunately, taking care of this particular animal is as boring as school itself.
The business wisdom of Steve Jobs: 250 quotes from the innovator who changed the world Steve Jobs, edited by Alan Ken Thomas
Gathers quotations by the noted computer developer and entrepreneur on such topics as getting started, business, leadership, innovation, rivals and associates, technology, drive, his legacy, and life in general.
Afternoon tea at the Sunflower Cafe, Milly Johnson
Connie Diamond has always been her husband Jimmy's 'best girl' — or so she thought. But then she discovers that he's been playing away for the past twenty-four years, and that the chocolates she believed he bought her as a sign of his love were just a cover-up, and she is determined to get revenge.
Here come the boys, Milly Johnson
An exclusive ebook short story from top ten bestseller Milly Johnson. Also includes a sneak peek of her new novel The Teashop on the Corner.
The wedding dress, Milly Johnson
From the much-loved Milly Johnson comes three new short stories, exclusive to ebook, along with a sneak peek at her new novel, A winter flame. If you have not yet had the pleasure of reading White wedding, beware that the title story, The wedding dress, is a mini sequel and contains spoilers!
Welcome to Braggsville, T. Geronimo Johnson
Born and raised in the heart of old Dixie, D'aron Davenport is a small-town fish floundering in the depths of a large, hyper-liberal pond of UC Berkeley. Everything changes in his American History class, when D'aron lets slip that his hometown hosts an annual Civil War re-enactment.
I Promise Joan Johnston
The anger meridian, Kaylie Jones
Following her husband's suspicious death, Merryn Huntley flees with her daughter to Mexico, where she discovers she can't outrun self-deception.
Leap Myfanwy Jones
A few weeks after finishing their final exams high school sweethearts have an argument at a party. Joe wants to go Jen begs him to stay. They fight in the corridor, following their usual script, and then he walks out and leaves her. A few hours later she dies.
The mothers, Rod Jones
That's what life is about, at the bottom of things, she thought: women keeping babies. In 1917, while the world is at war, Alma and her children are living in a sleep-out at the back of Mrs Lovett's house in working-class Footscray. When Alma falls pregnant, her daughter Molly is born in secret.
The princess who had no kingdom, Ursula Jones
Once there was a princess who had no kingdom. All she had was a pony and cart, and a red umbrella to keep her dry from the rain. What she lacked in wordly possessions though, she made up for in kindness, cleverness and beauty — qualities that made all the rich princes with kingdoms to spare want to marry her. But what is a kingdom without love?
My street food kitchen, Jennifer Joyce
With this book, we can whip up a rich variety of international street food ourselves, creating dishes that are quick and easy to prepare, and which are often cheaper and usually much healthier than the bought variety.
The world without us, Mireille Juchau
It has been six months since Tess Muller stopped speaking. Her silence is baffling to her parents, her teachers and her younger sister, Meg. The girls' secluded lives in a northern rainforest town are shaken up when their father, Stefan, discovers human remains on their farm.
Killing pretty, Richard Kadrey
Someone has tried to kill Death — ripping the heart right out of him — or rather the body he's inhabiting. Death needs Sandman Slim's help. He believes anyone who can beat Lucifer and the old gods at their own game is the only one who can solve his murder.
The forever song, Julie Kagawa
Allie will embrace her cold vampire side to hunt down and end Sarren, the psychopathic vampire who murdered Zeke. But Sarren has left many surprises for Allie and her companions as his trail leads straight to the one place they must protect at any cost — the last vampire-free zone on Earth.
Above temptation, Karin Kallmaker
For Kip Barrett, a secret commission from her boss's boss's boss, CEO Tamara Sterling, shows that the respect she's earned for her integrity and intelligence as a fraud investigator is justified. All she has to do is what she's done successfully before: Follow the cyber-trail, find the high-tech thief, and document it so that justice prevails. This time, however, the embezzler is one of their own.
Love by the numbers, Karin Kallmaker
As a behavioural scientist, Professor Nicole Hathaway's work strips away the foolish mystique that surrounds the human mating dance. When her academic tome is treated as a viral "love manual" her ecstatic publisher books her to appear all over the U.S. and Europe.
Making up for lost time, Karin Kallmaker
Master Chef Jamie Onassis has used every penny she has to buy a beautiful country inn she plans to turn into a five-star restaurant. Unfortunately, the inn turns out to be a " handyman's special" and, without the skills or capital to make the necessary repairs, Jamie risks losing everything.
Paperback romance, Karin Kallmaker
Literary agent Alison has been in love with her favorite author-client for years. Not that paperback romance writer Carolyn has ever noticed. She sees Alison as a close, loyal friend; she has never questioned society's conventions.
My Name is N Robert Karjel
The power of negative emotion: how anger, guilt, and self doubt are essential to success and fulfillment Todd B. Kashdan & Robert Biswas-Diener
Drawing on years of scientific research and a wide array of real-life examples including sports, the military, parenting, education, relationships, business, and more, 'The Power of Negative Emotion' is a refreshing reality check against the constant exhortations to be mindful and think positively.
The good Greek girl: to kalo koritsi, Maria Katsonis
Maria Katsonis is the good Greek girl who grew up above her parents' milk bar and shared a bedroom with her yiayia. That is until university where she discovered her rebellious side, realised her true sexuality and abandoned nine-tenths of an economics degree for a career in the theatre.
Things we have in common, Tasha Kavanagh
Yasmin would give anything to have a friend. And do anything to keep one. The first time I saw you, you were standing at the far end of the playing field. You were looking down at your brown straggly dog, but then you looked up, your mouth going slack as your eyes clocked her. Alice Taylor.
The Birth of Love Joanna Kavenna
Inglorious Joanna Kavenna
Man on fire, Stephen Kelman
I was beating the life out of Bibhuti with a baseball bat when my first monsoon broke… John Lock has come to India to meet his destiny: a destiny dressed in a white karate suit and sporting an impressive moustache.
Jesse's Girl Miranda Kenneally
A Book of Railway Journeys Ludovic Kennedy
Darling, you can't do both: and other noise to ignore on your way up Janet Kestin & Nancy Vonk
Janet Kestin and Nancy Vonk have built their careers on unconventional creative thinking. As the team behind Dove's Evolution video, they famously stripped away the photoshopping, lighting and make-up to sell real beauty.
Jumblecat, Archie Kimpton
Billy Slipper is a fairly normal boy with a definitely not-so-fairly normal family. All he wants to do is add to his 'collectabillya' (an assortment of weird and wonderful objects he finds) in peace, but his cleaning-mad mum (she even clingfilms the carrots!) and his fantastically horrid twin sister have other ideas.
Puck of Pook's Hill, Rudyard Kipling
Puck of Pook's Hill is an innocent and charming book that takes the listener on a journey through English history with a series of short, fantastical works. Una and Dan, reciting Shakespeare on a summer's evening in rural Sussex, unwittingly summon the elf Puck, also known as Robin Goodfellow.
Admission Jean Hanff Korelitz
For years, thirty-eight-year-old Portia Nathan has hidden behind her busy career as a Princeton admissions officer and her less than passionate relationship. Then the piece of her past that she has tried so hard to bury resurfaces, catapulting her on an extraordinary journey of the heart that challenges everything she ever thought she believed.
Copper River, William Kent Krueger
This book finds Cork O'Connor running for his life from professional hit men who have already put a bullet through his leg. Desperate, he finds sanctuary outside a small town called Bodine on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in an old resort owned by his cousin, Jewell DuBois.
Heaven's keep, William Kent Krueger
When a charter plane carrying Cork O'Connor's wife, Jo, goes missing in a snowstorm over the Wyoming Rockies, Cork must accept the terrible truth that his wife is gone forever. But is she?
Mercy Falls, William Kent Krueger
Responding to a domestic disturbance call on the Ojibwe reservation, Tamarack County sheriff Cork O'Connor barely escapes a sniper attack and stumbles into the investigation of a Chicago businessman's murder.
Red knife, William Kent Krueger
O'Connor is caught in the middle of a gang dispute between the Aurora Anglos and the Ojibwe Reservation Red Boyz, a situation that turns deadly when the Red Boyz leader and his wife are found murdered.
Tamarack County, William Kent Krueger
Faced with a series of dark occurrences that are linked to a twenty-year-old murder, private investigator Cork O' Connor must stop a vengeful force before his family and friends pay the ultimate price.
Trickster's Point, William Kent Krueger
Cork O'Connor has gone bow-hunting with Jubal Little, Minnesota's first Native American governor-elect, when an arrow out of nowhere slices through Little's heart. Alas, the arrow belongs to O'Connor, and he must find out who framed him for this murder.
Child of the holocaust, Jack Kuper
What would you do if, at nine years of age, you arrived home to find your family and friends had disappeared, rounded up by the Nazis? Jack Kuper lived this nightmare, and Child of the Holocaust is the suspenseful true story of his desperate attempts to survive persecution and extermination in Poland.
China rich girlfriend, Kevin Kwan
Kevin Kwan, author of Crazy Rich Asians, is back with a new novel of social climbing, secret e-mails, art-world scandal, lovesick billionaires, and the outrageous story of what happens when Rachel Chu, engaged to marry Asia's most eligible bachelor, discovers her birthfather.
Don't Look Back Jennifer L. Armentrout
Model woman: Eileen Ford and the business of beauty, Robert Lacey
A revealing, no-holds-barred portrait of the legendary Eileen Ford — the entrepreneur who transformed the business of modeling and helped invent the celebrity supermodel.
Foundation, Mercedes Lackey
In this chronicle of the early history of Valdemar, Mercedes Lackey's bestselling world, a thirteen-year-old orphan named Magpie escapes a life of slavery in the gem mines when he is chosen by one of the magical Companion horses of Valdemar to be trained as a Herald.
From a high tower, Mercedes Lackey
Giselle had lived the first fourteen years of her life in an abandoned monastery tower. As a young Air Master, she needed to be kept isolated during her potentially tumultuous adolescent years. When a young man appears at the base of her tower, he convinces Giselle to help him climb up — and attempts to force himself upon her.
The gates of sleep, Mercedes Lackey
Growing up in the backwoods of Cornwall with foster parents, practitioners of Elemental Magic, Marina Roeswood is sent to live with her aunt after the deaths of her birth parents and finds herself the target of an evil that has been stalking her for her entire life.
The mage winds, Mercedes Lackey
Long ago, high magic was lost to Valdemar when the last Herald-Mage gave his life to protect his kingdom from destruction by dark sorceries. But now the protective barrier over Valdemar is crumbling, and with the realm imperiled, Princess Elspeth, Herald and heir to the throne, has gone on a desperate quest in search of a mentor who can teach her to wield her fledgling mage-powers and help her to defend her threatened kingdom.
Redoubt, Mercedes Lackey
Life at the Heralds' Collegium in Haven, the capital city of the kingdom of Valdemar, has definitely improved for Mags. But he has talents not commonly found in Herald trainees. Recognizing this, Nikolas, the King's Own Herald, decides to train Mags as a spy in order to uncover the secrets of a mysterious new enemy who has taken an interest in Mags himself.
Unnatural issue, Mercedes Lackey
Elemental Earth Master Richard Whitestone, devastated by the death of his beloved wife during childbirth, has ignored his daughter for years, until he conceives of a twisted plan to use her body to bring back the spirit of his wife.
The curiosity keeper, Sarah E. Ladd
Born into two different classes, James and Camille shouldn't even know each other. But when the pursuit of a missing ruby brings them together, much more than a mere acquaintance is ignited. The daughter of a curiosity shop owner, Camille would never be considered a lady. Nor does she want to be.
The Marriage Pact Linda Lael Miller
When I am happiest, Rose Lagercrantz
Summer is about to start and Dani is so happy she's even written a book about it. When she gets some bad news, she finds a good friend is sometimes all you need to make your heart happy again.
Buddhism Dalai Lama
The fat boy chronicles Diane Lang & Michael Buchanan.
At age fourteen, 5-foot 5-inch Jimmy Winterpock weighs 187 pounds. Outside the comfort of his family and church, life for Jimmy is a constant struggle. The cruel taunts of his classmates make going to school or playing sports a humiliating experience.
Guns will keep us together, Leslie Langtry
Dakota Bombay prided himself on his Bond-like image — bad-guy killer by day, lady-killer by night. But his life gets both shaken and stirred by an irate grandmother demanding a marketing plan for the family assassination business, a precocious six-year-old son he never knew he had, and a mysterious redheaded funeral director who's got him intrigued in more ways than one.
I shot you babe, Leslie Langtry
Coney Bombay is one hot assassin with an Ivy League PhD who travels the world operating carnival rides. He also likes to knit and has a pet guinea pig named Sartre. Even in his wild family of killers, Cy stands out.
Merit badge murder, Leslie Langtry
When CIA agent Merry Wrath is "accidently" outted, she's forced her into early retirement, changes her appearance, and moves where no one will ever find her — Iowa. Instead of black bag drops in Bangkok, she now spends her time leading a young Girl Scout troop.
My heroes have always been hitmen, Leslie Langtry
Four more family stories have been released from the vault, including Rio Bombay — wanna-be cowboy and wild west gunslinger, Caspian — the first Bombay to have to take out another Bombay, Aberdeen — the hoop-skirted Antebellum Assassin, and Dublin Bombay — the Scottish Viking Slayer!
Paradise by the rifle sights, Leslie Langtry
Paris Bombay is looking for lasting love — a real woman to share Harvey Wallbangers with — which isn't easy to find when you're a member of history's most prolific family of assassins.
'Scuse me while I kill this guy, Leslie Langtry
Death by Chocolate is her favourite dessert. And those knitting needles aren't just for craft projects. To most people, Gin Bombay is an ordinary single mom. Then again, they don't know she's from a family of top secret assassins.
Snuff the magic dragon, Leslie Langtry
What do the Minotaur, Rasputin, the first man hung for murder in America, and the Countess of Blood all have in common? No, they aren't related. They all appeared on the Bombay Family's Hit List! In this collection of Bombay Bedtime Stories, you'll find out what Bombays did before Gin Bombay came along.
Stand by your hitman, Leslie Langtry
Missi Bombay invents things — fatal flowers, Jell-O bullets, stroke-inducing pantyhose and other ways to kill a target without leaving any trace behind. Living a solitary life on her family's island, she's a great asset to her family of assassins.
The dangerous love of a rogue, Jane Lark
Lord Andrew Framlington watched Miss Mary Marlow. The woman had been warned to keep away from him, but she had a little contrary in her soul. She had not been deterred. Perhaps she had a taste for bad hidden beneath her cold denials, or a liking for naughtiness in her soul — either of which appealed.
The lost love of a soldier, Jane Lark
The stunning prequel to Kindle bestseller The Illicit Love of a Courtesan! Naive and innocent, Lady Ellen Pembroke falls for a dashing young army officer. Captain Paul Harding has such an easy, enchanting smile and his blue eyes glow; vibrancy and warmth emanating from him. She is in love.
The secret love of a gentleman, Jane Lark
Isolated by life and choice, John Harding, the Duke of Pembroke, sees an angel in a pale mauve dress across a ballroom and is drawn closer. The wheat-blonde hair escaping her dull dove-grey bonnet caresses her neck and lures his eyes to the spot he'd most like to kiss.
Loving Rose: the redemption of Malcolm Sinclair, Stephanie Laurens
Miraculously spared from death, Malcolm Sinclair erases the notorious man he once was. Reinventing himself as Thomas Glendower, he strives to make amends for his past, yet he never imagines penance might come via a secretive lady he discovers living in his secluded manor.
The unleashing, Shelly Laurenston
Kera Watson never expected to face death behind a Los Angeles coffee shop. Not after surviving two tours lugging an M16 around the Middle East. If it wasn't for her hot Viking customer showing up too late to help, nobody would even see her die.
Coaching Psychology Ho Law
The Psychology of Coaching, Mentoring and Learning Ho Law
All he desires, Anthea Lawson
Far from home and her noble relatives, Miss Caroline Huntington has been injured in a fall from her horse. Called to her side, Alex Trentham knows he must assist her, though he has not practiced as a physician for a long while.
Passionate, Anthea Lawson
Before she must wed, Lily Strathmore decides upon one final adventure — a botanical expedition through the wilds of North Africa with her uncle and his family. In search of a fabled bloom, James Huntington soon joins them.
Stashbuster Knits Melissa Leapman
Palace of tears, Julian Leatherdale
A sweltering summer's day, January 1914: the charismatic and ruthless Adam Fox throws a lavish birthday party for his son and heir at his elegant clifftop hotel in the Blue Mountains. Everyone is invited except Angie, the girl from the cottage next door.
The secrets we keep, Trisha Leaver
When her identical twin sister Maddy is killed in a car accident, seventeen-year-old Ella assumes Maddy's life, only to discover that it was filled with dark secrets.
The girl with seven names: a North Korean defector's story Hyeonseo Lee
An extraordinary insight into life under one of the world's most ruthless and secretive dictatorships — and the story of one woman's terrifying struggle to avoid capture/repatriation and guide her family to freedom.
Find the good: unexpected life lessons from a small-town obituary writer, Heather Lende
As the obituary writer in a spectacularly beautiful but often dangerous spit of land in Alaska, Heather Lende knows something about last words and lives well lived. Now she's distilled what she's learned about how to live a more exhilarating and meaningful life into three words: find the good.
Tacky and the Haunted Igloo Helen Lester
City of the sun, David Levien
Twelve-year-old Jamie Gabriel gets on his bike before dawn to deliver newspapers in his suburban neighbourhood. Somewhere en route, he vanishes without a trace. Fourteen months later, still with no sign of Jamie and having lost all faith in the police, his parents Paul and Carol are on the verge of abandoning hope.
Where the dead lay, David Levien
After the sudden disappearance of two high-priced private investigators, former Indianapolis cop Frank Behr searches for them in the recesses of the Indianapolis underworld, where Behr is forced to confront an ominous, deadly new breed of crime family.
They Told Me Not to Take that Job Reynold Levy
The house in Smyrna, Tatiana Salem Levy
In Rio de Janeiro, a woman suffering from a mysterious illness, which is eroding her body and mind, decides to accept a challenge from her grandfather: to take the key to the house where he grew up in the Turkish city of Smyrna and open the door.
I, Anna, Elsa Lewin
One night, Anna blacks out in a stranger's apartment. This is only the beginning of her nightmare. Fifty, middle class and respectable, Anna lives with her teenage daughter in a small New York apartment.
Melnitz, Charles Lewinsky
1871. Cattle-dealer Solomon Meijer has made a reputation for himself as one of the few honest Jews in Endingen, a rare Swiss town in which Jews are allowed to reside. He leads a largely untroubled life, rewarded by his work and comforted at home by his wife and two daughters.
Fluent in 3 months: tips and techniques to help you learn any language, Benny Lewis
Meet the man who makes the mission of learning any language possible! Language hacker Benny Lewis shows how anyone anywhere can learn any language without leaving their home, using a simple toolkit and by harnessing the power of the Internet. Benny definitely wasn't born with the 'language gene'.
The horse and his boy, C. S. Lewis
A boy and a talking horse share an adventurous and dangerous journey to Narnia to warn of invading barbarians.
The last battle, C. S. Lewis
When evil comes to Narnia, Jill and Eustace help fight the great last battle and Aslan leads his people to a glorious new paradise.
The lion, the witch and the wardrobe, C. S. Lewis
Four English school children find their way through the back of a wardrobe into the magic land of Narnia and assist Aslan, the golden lion, to triumph over the White Witch who has cursed the land with eternal winter.
The magician's nephew, C. S. Lewis
When Diggory and Polly try to return the wicked witch Jadis to her own world, the magic gets mixed up and they all land in Narnia where they witness Aslan blessing the animals with human speech.
Prince Caspian, C. S. Lewis
Four children help Prince Caspian and his army of Talking Beasts to free Narnia from evil.
The silver chair, C. S. Lewis
Two English children undergo hair-raising adventures as they go on a search and rescue mission for the missing Prince Rilian, who is held captive in the underground kingdom of the Emerald Witch.
The voyage of the Dawn Treader C. S. Lewis
Lucy and Edmund, accompanied by their peevish cousin Eustace, sail to the land of Narnia, where Eustace is temporarily transformed into a green dragon because of his selfish behaviour and skepticism.
Betrayed: the heartbreaking true story of a struggle to escape a cruel life defined by family honour, Rosie Lewis
Rosie Lewis tells the heartbreaking true story of 13-year-old Zadie. When the young teenage girl runs away from home and is discovered hiding on the city streets by the police, it is clear that all is not as it should be.
A small boy's cry, Rosie Lewis
Toddler Charlie falls from the second floor window of his tower block home while his mother is busy shooting up in their dirty council flat. With a gash to his head, a terrified Charlie is delivered to foster carer Rosie Lewis's home. As Charlie opens up about his past, a picture of the traumatic life the little boy has endured so far becomes clear.
Being Warren Buffett: life lessons from a cheerful billionaire, Nic Liberman
A want of kindness, Joanne Limburg
The wicked, bawdy Restoration court is no place for a child princess. Ten-year-old Anne cuts an odd figure: a sickly child, she is drawn towards improper pursuits. Cards, sweetmeats, scandal and gossip with her Ladies of the Bedchamber figure large in her life.
The woman who thought too much, Joanne Limburg
This memoir of one woman's life as a sufferer of obsessive-compulsive disorder follows her quest to understand her predicament and to manage her symptoms, taking the reader with her on a journey through consulting rooms, libraries and internet sites.
Blame it on Bath, Caroline Linden
Gerard de Lacey is determined to find the man who is blackmailing his family, but with his inheritance and status at risk, a hasty marriage to a wealthy bride also seems in order — just in case things take a turn for the worse.
Fires of winter, Johanna Lindsey
Lovely and dauntless, abducted by invaders from across an icy sea, Lady Breena vowed vengeance swearing no Viking brute would be her master, no barbarian would enslave her noble Celtic heart, but then came Garrick Haardrad, the proud and powerful son of a ruthless Viking chieftain.
Keeper of the heart, Johanna Lindsey
In search of a true and gentle love, fiery Shanelle Ly-San-Ter flees the lustful advances of the blue-eyed barbarian who has been chosen as her lifemate, confused and frightened by the fevered yearnings the handsome brute has awakened in her innocent soul.
Warrior's woman, Johanna Lindsey
In the year 2139, fearless Tedra De Arr sets out to rescue her beleaguered planet Kystran from the savage rule of the evil Crad Ce Moerr. Experienced in combat but not in love, the beautiful, untouched Amazon flies with Martha, her wise-cracking, free-thinking computer, to a world where warriors reigns supreme — and into the arms of the one man she can never hope to vanquish: the bronzed barbarian Challen Ly-San-Ter.
Get in trouble: stories, Kelly Link
A collection of short stories features tales of a young girl who plays caretaker to mysterious guests at the cottage behind her house and a former teen idol who becomes involved in a bizarre reality show.
Preparation for the next life, Atticus Lish
Zou Lei, a Chinese Muslim of the Uighur tribe, enters the U.S. via Mexico, and makes her way to New York City. Keeping a low profile and employed in a restaurant, she meets Skinner, a veteran of the Iraqi war, who's afflicted with PTSD.
A nasty piece of work, Robert Littell
A master of the spy genre crafts an exemplary detective novel, starring a former CIA agent turned private investigator, that already has the feel of a classic Robert Littell has been widely praised as one of the best writers in the espionage genre.
Pleasantville, Attica Locke
Locke reintroduces us to environmental lawyer Jay Porter (her Black Water Rising protagonist), who takes one last case on the behalf of the community of Pleasantville in this new thriller only to become embroiled in its shadowy politics, a disturbing education in how far those in power are willing to go to win.
Walk your butt off!: go from sedentary to slim in 12 weeks with this breakthrough walking plan Sarah Lorge Butler with Leslie Bonci and Michele Stanten
Offers a simple walking programme that can be completed in thirty minutes a day and will increase weight loss, help break plateaus, and accelerate fitness levels.
The elusive Lord Everhart, Vivienne Lorret
Gabriel Ludlow, Viscount Everhart, will never marry, and thus is sure to win the bachelors' wager amongst his friends. Assuming, of course, that his deepest secret — a certain letter containing a marriage proposal made in a moment of passion — doesn't surface.
The poetry of H.P. Lovecraft H. P. Lovecraft
The Poetry Of HP Lovecraft. Poetry is a fascinating use of language. With almost a million words at its command it is not surprising that these Isles have produced some of the most beautiful, moving and descriptive verse through the centuries.
Left of the Bang Claire Lowdon
Perfect touch, Elizabeth Lowell
A heart-racing tale in which a former soldier turned rancher and a beautiful designer race to stop a vicious killer — a battle for survival that threatens to explode in an intense and irresistible passion.
The bridesmaids: true tales of love, envy, loyalty and terrible dresses, Eimear Lynch
Each year 11 million bridesmaids lead their best friends down the aisle. Most wear matching dresses, and nearly all have a thing or two to say about the bride. In this uproarious oral history, editor and journalist Eimear Lynch offers us an intimate glimpse at the moments the wedding photographer failed to capture.
Life or something like it, Annie Lyons
Cat is very good at her job. She runs a PR company with her best friend (and secret crush) Jesse, and is never happier than when her high-profile celebrities are glittering in the spotlight. But when her footballer client gets in the press for all the wrong reasons, Cat's career takes a sudden nosedive.
Chasing shadows, C.J. Lyons
Going undercover, playing the part of a disgraced former Marine, is easy for Chase Westin — until a Christmas Eve mission takes him back to his hometown and face to face with his estranged brother. When KC, an undercover FBI agent, flies into Chase's life with her Doc Martens, punk-rock hair, and Hollywood-hype leather and chains, Chase realises that falling in love is more dangerous than catching bullets.
Puppy love! Alan MacDonald
Angela might look like she's made of sugar and spice and all things nice, but nothing could be further from the truth! Angela always knows best! Whether she's persuading her mum to buy her a puppy, casting her vote for Teacher of the Year, or causing havoc on a camping trip with the Brownies, she's determined to run the show!
Queen bee! Alan MacDonald
Angela Nicely might look like she's made of sugar and spice and all things nice, but nothing could be further from the truth! Whether she's matchmaking her teachers, flogging home-made lemonade, or dealing with the Ugly Sisters, she's determined to get her own way!
Superstar! Alan MacDonald
Angela Nicely might look like she's made of sugar and spice and all things nice, but nothing could be further from the truth! Whether she's learning a new skill for the school talent contest, getting lost on a nature walk, or squaring up to the boys on the football pitch, she's determined to stand out from the crowd!
Drive me crazy, Portia MacIntosh
It was supposed to be the trip of a lifetime… In reality it was a business trip, prettied up as a romantic mini break, but the man behind the wheel was meant to be Candice Hart's boss and (married but separated, I swear!) lover.
Confessions of a once fashionable mum, Georgia Madden
Successful hubbie? Tick. Facebook-worthy baby? Tick. Bikini-body six weeks after giving birth? Um … not so much. Fashion PR exec Ally Bloom got her happy ending. Okay, her marriage might be showing the odd crack, her battleaxe mother-in-law might have come to stay, and she might not be the yummy mummy she'd imagined, but it's nothing a decent night's sleep and a firm commitment to a no-carb diet won't fix.
Down the rabbit hole: curious adventures and cautionary tales of a former Playboy bunny Holly Madison
A former girlfriend of Hugh Hefner describes how her years inside the Playboy Mansion went from a fairytale of A-list celebrity parties to an oppressive regime of strict rules, scheduled sex, and a total loss of identity, so much so that she even contemplated suicide.
The forgetting, Nicole Maggi
Georgie Kendrick wakes up after a heart transplant, but the organ beating in her chest does not seem to be in tune with the rest of her body, and after she discovers her heart belonged to a girl her own age who fell out of the foster care system and into a rough life on the streets, Georgie is compelled to find the truth before she loses herself completely.
Mug cakes: chocolate: ready in 2 minutes in the microwave! Sandra Mahut
Do you love cakes? How about chocolate? If you've answered yes, then Mug Cakes Chocolate is the book for you. Featuring over 30 recipes for quick and delicious chocolate cakes that require minimal time and effort, you can satisfy that gooey chocolaty craving as soon as it strikes.
Babel, Barry Maitland
Professor Springer, one of Britain's leading philosophers, is brutally murdered on the steps of a London university. He was well-known for his stand against fundamentalism, but was that reason enough to kill him?
The silent hours, Cesca Major
1952 A woman waits. She does not speak. Her past haunts and she cannot contemplate her future. She is watched over by nuns at a convent in south west France. Mute ever since she turned up at their door in the weeks following the defeat of Germany, her name is Adeline and she has a secret.
The narcissist test: how to spot the outsized egos and the suprising things we can learn from them, Craig Malkin
We all know that being a "Narcissist" is a bad thing, but what really is Narcissism? An incurable disease set to ruin your future, a habit which can be cured, or a trait to be nurtured? And how can you spot if your partner, child, or -God forbid- you are one? Insightful and revolutionary, The Narcissist Test answers all these questions and more.
Kiss me, Susan Mallery
After Phoebe Kitzke's kind heart gets her suspended from her job in LA, she swears off doing favours — until her best friend begs for help on the family ranch in Fool's Gold. Unfortunately, sexy cowboy Zane Nicholson isn't exactly thrilled by the city girl's arrival.
Not strictly business, Susan Mallery
Having her boss's baby: When Noelle Stevenson saw the positive results of her pregnancy test, she didn't know what to do. The baby's father was gone, killed serving his country in Iraq. And Noelle was barely making ends meet.
Death of a cozy writer, G. M. Malliet
From deep in the heart of his eighteenth century English manor, millionaire Sir Adrian Beauclerk-Fisk writes mystery novels and torments his four spoiled children with threats of disinheritance. Tiring of this device, the portly patriarch decides to weave a malicious twist into his well-worn plot.
Wooden boats Andreas af. Malmborg
There is something beautiful and nostalgic about wooden boats. These exquisite, polished works of art give us a glimpse into the past, a time when technology wasn't so advanced, a time when everything was crafted by hand. These magnificent vessels deserve our attention and our utmost respect.
New feast: modern Middle Eastern vegetarian Greg & Lucy Malouf
Explore the rich flavours of Middle Eastern vegetarian food with one of the world's leading authors on the cuisine.
The gunman, Jean-Patrick Manchette
Deadly professional assassin Martin Terrier returns to Paris after his latest job determined to get out of the game. Ten years ago he made a promise to return to his childhood sweetheart in the south of France.
One hot cowboy, Anne Marsh
Cabe Dawson is a cowboy at heart. He's devoted a lifetime to running Blackhawk Ranch, carving out a Northern California empire for his family. When the cattle ranch's wells run dry, he knows what he needs to do. Foreclose on the Jordan place and drill deep for water there. It's just business.
Wicked secrets, Anne Marsh
Former military pilot Mia Brandt is on a four-day cruise that can only be described as bachelorette hell. Giggling girls, rhinestone-studded bikini bottoms, slushy margaritas…and Mia missing the cruise ship's departure at the last port.
Prisoner's of geography: ten maps that tell you everything you need to know about global politics, Tim Marshall
All leaders are constrained by geography. Their choices are limited by mountains, rivers, seas and concrete. Yes, to understand world events you need to understand people, ideas and movements — but if you don't know geography, you'll never have the full picture.
Mallory's Christmas wish, Ann M. Martin
Mallory's wish for her family to celebrate an old-fashioned Christmas slowly becomes a disaster when the family wins ten thousand dollars to have their preparations captured on film.
Mary Anne and the memory garden, Ann M. Martin
After a fun winter break, Mary Anne is glad to be back at SMS. She's excited about her English project, and optimistic about the weeks ahead. Nothing could have prepared Mary Anne for the awful news that Amelia Freeman, a friend and a partner on her English project, has suddenly died.
Stacey McGill, super sitter, Ann M. Martin
Sitting for the Cheplins seems like a dream job to Stacey. The pay is great. But being a sitter takes up a lot of time and energy and Stacey has to decide if the money is worth it.
Against the fire, Kat Martin
You can't fight what you can't see. And Gabriel Raines can't be sure just who's setting the fires in his new real-estate development. When two fires hit back-to-back, he knows it's personal, but any number of competitors or ex-employees could be the arsonist.
Against the law, Kat Martin
At thirty-two, Devlin Raines is 'mostly retired' from Raines Investigations, and content to run operations from his sprawling Arizona home. But he's never been able to say no to a beautiful woman ? so when Lark Delaney comes to him for help, the former U.S.
Against the night, Kat Martin
She's got the face of an angel and the body of… well, isn't that what he'd expect from an exotic dancer? But there's something about this girl that John Riggs can't shake. The former army ranger is hot on the trail of a human trafficking ring — and suddenly very hot under the collar, too.
Against the storm, Kat Martin
Redheads like Maggie O'Connell are nothing but trouble. But Trace Rawlins, a former army ranger turned private investigator, takes the case anyway. After all, he knows a thing or two about women. Trace can sense that something is wrong Maggie isn't telling him everything.
Primates of Park Avenue Wednesday Martin
After marrying a man from the Upper East Side and moving to the neighbourhood, Wednesday Martin struggled to fit in. Drawing on her background in anthropology and primatology, she tried looking at her new world through that lens, and suddenly things fell into place.
In the company of ogres, A. Lee Martinez
For someone who's immortal, Never Dead Ned manages to die with alarming frequency — he just has the annoying habit of rising from the grave. But this soldier might be better dead than face his latest assignment.
A nameless witch, A. Lee Martinez
Being born undead can have its disadvantages, such as eternal youth and flawless beauty — things most unsuitable for a witch. Hiding behind the guise of a grimy old crone, the witch is content living outside Fort Stalwart with her unlikely band of allies. So when a White Knight arrives at Fort Stalwart, the witch knows her days of peace are at an end.
In tune with love, Amy Matayo
April Quinn loves her sister and wants to make sure the week of her wedding is the happiest of her life, even if it means putting up with Kristin's every crazy whim. But when Kristin hires Jack Vaughn as the wedding singer, all sisterly devotion flies out the window.
The forgotten family, Beryl Matthews
Whitechapel, London 1890. Queenie Bonner is only two when she is taken from her large family in the slums to a big house in the country. She is frightened and confused, begging to be taken back, but she is told that this is now her home.
The millionaire and the bard: Henry Folger's obsessive hunt for Shakespeare's first folio, Andrea E. Mays
Today it is the most valuable book in the world. Recently one sold for over five million dollars. It is the book that rescued the name of William Shakespeare and half of his plays from oblivion. The Millionaire and the Bard tells the miraculous and romantic story of the making of the First Folio, and of the American industrialist whose thrilling pursuit of the book became a lifelong obsession.
Changing everything, Molly McAdams
Paisley Morro has been in love with Eli since she was thirteen years old. But being his best friend and wingman, while keeping her feelings under wraps, has grown more difficult with every passing year and every new woman in his life.
Stay with me, Maureen McCarthy
The unforgettable story of a young woman finding the courage to escape her present, face her past and embrace her future, from the bestselling author of The Convent.
Picture perfect love, Melissa McClone
Photographer Jenna Harrison wants every bride and groom to look picture perfect on their special day, putting her heart into every wedding to give the couple memorable images of their love. But her own heart is still broken, the unworn wedding dress hanging in her closet a reminder that relationships aren't always as perfect as they look through her camera lens.
Where they found her, Kimberly McCreight
From the author of the New York Times bestseller and 2014 Edgar and Anthony nominee Reconstructing Amelia comes another harrowing, gripping novel that marries psychological suspense with an emotionally powerful story about a community struggling with the consequences of a devastating discovery.
The Wright brothers: the dramatic story-behind-the-story, David G. McCullough
On a winter day in 1903, in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, two unknown brothers from Ohio changed history. But it would take the world some time to believe what had happened: the age of flight had begun, with the first heavier-than-air, powered machine carrying a pilot.
The sniper and the wolf: a Sniper elite novel Scott McEwen with Thomas Koloniar
Hot on the trail of 'The Wolf,' a rogue Russian military sniper-turned-Chechen-terrorist, Gil Shannon turns from hunter to hunted when his mission is exposed by a traitor high up in US government. Shannon must turn to an unlikely ally a deadly Russian special operative to help even the odds.
Little beasts, Matthew McGevna
Turnbull is a working-class town full of weary people who struggle to make ends meet. In the heat of July 1983, when eight-year-olds James Illworth, Dallas Darwin, and Felix Cassidy leave their homes to play in the woods, they have to navigate between the potentially violent world of angry adults and even angrier teens. Little do they know that within a few short hours, one of them will lay dead, after a bit of playful bullying from older teens escalates to tragedy.
Fanny and Stella: the young men who shocked Victorian England Neil McKenna
28th April 1870. The flamboyantly dressed Miss Fanny Park and Miss Stella Boulton are causing a stir in the Strand Theatre. All eyes are riveted upon their lascivious oglings of the gentlemen in the stalls. Moments later they are led away by the police.
The Bardville, Wyoming series, Patricia McLinn
"In Book 1 Bodie stole my heart, in Book 2 Cully took my breath away, and in Book 3 I fell in love with Dax."
Center of gravity, Laura McNeill
Ava's life in the coastal South appears nearly perfect after her recent marriage to the powerful and handsome Mitchell Carson. She loves her husband and the family they have created. When Graham Thomas, a lawyer with a secret past, stumbles into Ava's life, everything changes.
Little Celeste, Dawn McNiff
Shelley only leaves her room for two minutes, but when she gets back, there's a real true-life baby on her bed! Who on earth does she belong to? Shelley names the baby Celeste, and thinks that, perhaps with the baby's help, she can finally get her distracted mother to listen to her.
Flirting with fire, Kate Meader
Savvy PR guru Kinsey Taylor has always defined herself by her career, not her gender. That is, until she moved from San Francisco to Chicago to be with her fiance who promptly dumped her for a more supportive and 'feminine' nurse. Now, as the new assistant press secretary to Chicago's dynamic mayor, she's determined to keep her eye on the prize.
Melting point, Kate Meader
Firefighter Gage Simpson has it all: the job of his dreams, the family of his heart, and no shortage of hot guys lining up to share his bed. "Fun and easy" is his motto — and it's kept him sunny through a painful upbringing and steered him away from trouble.
Playing with fire, Kate Meader
As the only female firefighter at Engine Co. 6, Alexandra Dempsey gets it from all sides: the male coworkers who think she can't do the job, the wives and girlfriends who see her as a threat, and her overprotective foster brothers. So when she single-handedly saves the life of Eli Cooper, Chicago's devastatingly handsome mayor, she assumes the respect she's longed for will finally come her way.
Rekindle the flame, Kate Meader
Chicago firefighter Beck Rivera always knew his destiny would be defined by two things: his dream to follow in the footsteps of his legendary foster father Sean Dempsey and his teenage passion for heiress Darcy Cochrane, the one girl who could both stoke and cool his fire.
We're all going to die (especially me), Joel Meares
Much has been made of delayed adulthood of Gen Y'ers — that they flit from job to job and take their sweet time earning the traditional adult badges: marriage, children, a mortgage. But what makes this generation tick?
White picket fences, Susan Meissner
When her black sheep brother disappears, Amanda eagerly takes in her sixteen-year-old niece Tally. The girl is practically an orphan: motherless and living with a father who raises Tally wherever he lands, and regularly takes off on wild schemes.
The last witness: a D.C.I. Daley thriller, Denzil Meyrick
James Machie was a man with a genius for violence, his criminal empire spreading beyond Glasgow into the UK and mainland Europe. Fortunately, James Machie is dead, assassinated in the back of a prison ambulance following his trial and conviction.
Whisky from small glasses: a D.C.I. Daley thriller, Denzil Meyrick
DCI Jim Daley is sent from the city to investigate a murder after the body of a woman is washed up on an idyllic beach on the West Coast of Scotland. Far away from urban resources, he finds himself a stranger in a close-knit community.
If you don't know me by now, A. L. Michael
What's the worst job you've ever had? Imogen has come to London to make it as a writer. At least, that was the plan. Finding herself in a dead-end job serving coffee to hipsters was not on her to-do list.
The Dalai Lama's cat and the power of meow, David Michie
His Holiness's Cat ("HHC") is on a mission: to think less, to experience more, to live in the moment. She soon learns the proper phrase for this, being mindful, or, a concept better known to her as the power of meow.
When there's nowhere else to run, Murray Middleton
A survivor of Victoria's Black Saturday bushfires takes asylum with old friends in the Dandenong Ranges. An editor-in-chief drives his sister halfway around the country to an east-coast rehabilitation clinic. A single mother flies to Perth with her autistic son for one last holiday.
Freedom's child, Jax Miller
Freedom Oliver has plenty of secrets. She lives in a small Oregon town and keeps mostly to herself. Her few friends and neighbours know she works at the local biker bar; they know she gets arrested for public drunkenness almost every night; they know she's brash, funny, and fearless.
The ultimate unofficial encyclopedia for Minecrafters: an A-Z book of tips and tricks the official guides don't teach you, Megan Miller
This exciting book will cover everything players need to know about mining, farming, building, villagers, the Nether, and more!
The stretch deck, Olivia H. Miller
Stretching is one of the most effective ways to enhance overall fitness. This easy-to-use tool by the author of the best-selling Yoga Deck addresses key body regions — neck, shoulders, back, legs.
Ring Roads Patrick Modiano
Ring Roads, for which Modiano was awarded the French Academy's Grand Prix du Roman (1972), is the story of a young Jew, Serge, in search of his father, Chalva, who disappeared from his life ten years earlier.
Suspended sentences, Patrick Modiano
Although originally published separately, Modiano's three novellas form a single whole, haunted by the same gauzy sense of place and characters. Modiano draws on his own experiences, blended with the real or invented stories of others, to present a dreamlike autobiography that is also the biography of a place.
The league of regrettable superheroes: half-baked heroes from comic book history, Jon Morris
A fun, funny, and affectionate look at the strangest superheroes to ever appear in comics, some so hilariously odd that it's hard to believe they were ever published. Featuring vintage comic book art, with equally colourful commentary from a die-hard comic book blogger and cartoonist, The League of Regrettable Superheroes is a different window into the superhero phenomenon that's become so prevalent in movies, television and pop culture.
Her ladyship's girl: a maid's life in London, Anwyn Moyle
Anwyn Moyle was born at the end of the First World War in a small mining village in Wales. At the age of sixteen, she was sent to London to earn her living, where she found a live-in job as a scullery maid. Her day began at 5 a.m.
The cat, the devil, the last escape, Shirley Rousseau. Murphy
Thanks to the help of Misto the ghost cat, thief and train robber Lee Fontana finally beat the devil, who has tormented his family for generations. Unfortunately, fairness means nothing to the evil wraith — the big, rangy ghost tomcat knows he will return.
Once an eagle, Anton Myrer
Once An Eagle is the story of one special man, a soldier named Sam Damon, and his adversary over a lifetime, fellow officer Courtney Massengale. Damon is a professional who puts duty, honor, and the men he commands above self interest.
A beautiful mind, Sylvia Nasar
Sylvia Nasar vividly re-creates the life of a mathematical genius whose career was cut short by schizophrenia and who, after three decades of devastating mental illness, miraculously recovered and was honored with a Nobel Prize.
Getting (more of) what you want: mastering the secrets of psychology and economics for negotiation, performance, profit and prosperity Margaret Neale and Thomas Z. Lys
Forget about 'getting to yes' — in most negotiations, we can get what we want. Drawing on the latest research in psychology and behavioural economics, Getting (More of) What You Want shows us how new behavioural models allow negotiators to move past the outdated "win-win" approach and find the most advantageous outcome for each and every negotiation.
Topics about which I know nothing, Patrick Ness
Scintillating, surprising, inventive fiction from one of the most talented young writers in Britain — this is a superb collection of new short stories from the acclaimed author of The Crash of Hennington. Have you heard the urban myth about Jesus's double-jointed elbows yet? 100% true.
Something red, Douglas Nicholas
During the thirteenth century, in northwest England, in one of the coldest winters in living memory, a formidable middle-aged Irishwoman and her little troupe are trying to drive their three wagons across the Pennines before the heavy snows set in.
The Galapagos: a natural history, Henry Nicholls
The Galapagos were once known to the sailors and pirates who encountered them as Las Encantadas: the enchanted islands, home to marvellous creatures and dramatic volcanic scenery. This history of the islands charts their evolution from deserted wilderness to profoundly important scientific resource and now global tourist destination.
Fowl play, Travis Nichols
Just what kind of monkey business has befallen Mr. Hound's shop? Luckily, our team of plucky detectives has been chomping at the bit to take on their first case. When Mr. Hound hires them to investigate, they hoof it to his shop.
The turning point, Freya North
Everyone deserves a new beginning. But sometimes fate isn't on your side. Over one short weekend, when Canadian musician Scott Emerson and British children's author Frankie Shaw meet by chance, a profound connection is made.
Jack of Spades, Joyce Carol Oates
Andrew J. Rush has achieved the kind of commercial success most authors only dream about: a top agent, publisher in New York, and twenty-eight mystery novels to his name. He has a loving wife, three grown children, and is well-known in his small New Jersey town for his generosity.
Between the sheets, Molly O'Keefe
After years of running, Ty Svenson has now parked himself in Bishop, Arkansas, trying to do the right thing and parent a son he didn't even know he had until recently. Then his pretty neighbour shows up on his driveway, doesn't bother to introduce herself, and complains about the noise.
Indecent proposal, Molly O'Keefe
Harrison Montgomery, the brother of the heroine from the author's beloved novel, Never Been Kissed, is a driven man who refuses to be distracted — until he meets a beautiful bartender who just may change his life. With his chiseled jaw and thick blond hair, Harrison Montgomery was born to lead.
Never been kissed, Molly O'Keefe
As the daughter of a wealthy politician, Ashley Montgomery has had enough of her parents' expectations for her future and is going her own way, volunteering to work at a refugee camp in Africa. But her act of charity turns dangerous when she takes a boat trip and is abducted by Somali pirates.
The age of magic, Ben Okri
Eight weary film-makers, travelling from Paris to Basel, arrive at a small Swiss hotel on the shores of a luminous lake. Above them, strewn with lights that twinkle in the darkness, looms the towering Rigi mountain.
Goose, Dawn O'Porter
It's a year and a half on from PAPER AEROPLANES, and Renee is now living idyllically with her Auntie Jo. They even have geese, and Renee likes to sit and watch them, wondering if she'll ever find 'the One' — someone who will love her no matter what, and be there for her no matter how bad things get.
Paper aeroplanes, Dawn O'Porter
It's the mid-1990s, and fifteen year-old Guernsey schoolgirls, Renee and Flo, are not really meant to be friends. Thoughtful, introspective and studious Flo couldn't be more different to ambitious, extroverted and sexually curious Renee.
Firewing, Kenneth Oppel
Kenneth Oppel concludes the Silverwing trilogy in this amazing story where the stakes could not be higher. The earth heaves and splits in a terrible quake and Griffin, a Silverwing newborn, is sucked into a fissure deep below the earth.
Silverwing, Kenneth Oppel
When a newborn bat named Shade but sometimes called "Runt" becomes separated from his colony during migration, he grows in ways that prepare him for even greater journeys.
Sunwing, Kenneth Oppel
Continues the adventures of Shade, a young bat, as he searches for his father and struggles to prevent the evil jungle bat Goth from wiping out the sun.
I shall live: surviving the Holocaust 1939-1945, Henry Orenstein
I Shall Live tells the gripping true story of a Jewish family in Germany and Russia as the Nazi party gains power in Germany. When Henry Orenstein and his siblings end up in a series of concentrations camps, Orenstein's bravery and quick thinking help him to save himself and his brothers from execution by playing a role in the greatest hoax ever pulled on the upper echelons of Nazi command.
The nautical home: coastline-inspired ideas to decorate with seaside spirit, Anna Ornberg
Are you a beach bum, a beach lover, or simply just a fan of the water? If you find yourself constantly longing for a relaxing vacation along the sandy shores of Tahiti or yearning to go on a coast-to-coast cruise, look no further.
The unremembered Peter Vance. Orullian
The troubles of the world seem far from the Hollows, where Tahn Junell struggles to remember his lost childhood and to understand words he feels compelled to utter each time he draws his bow. Trouble arrives when two strangers appear — an enigmatic man wearing the sigil of the feared Order of Sheason and a beautiful woman of the legendary Far.
Gun baby gun: bloody journey into the world of the gun, Iain Overton
There are almost one billion guns across the globe today, more than ever before. There are 12 billion bullets produced every year — almost two bullets for every person on this earth. And as many as 500,000 people are killed by them every year worldwide.
A parent's guide to high-functioning autism spectrum disorder: how to meet the challenges and help your child thrive Sally Ozonoff, Geraldine Dawson, James C. McPartland
Packed with real-life stories and everyday problem-solving ideas, this book has given many tens of thousands of parents the facts they need about high-functioning autism spectrum disorder (ASD), including Asperger syndrome.
The body in The Birches, Katherine Hall. Page
At home on Sanpere Island, Maine, caterer and amateur sleuth Faith Fairchild discovers that real estate can be murder, especially when it's all in the family, in this twenty-third book in the popular mystery series.
The language of spells, Sarah Painter
When you are ready, seek, and you shall find. It is your gift. Gwen Harper left Pendleford thirteen years ago and hasn't looked back. Until an inheritance throws her into the mystical world she thought she'd escaped. Confronted with her great-aunt's legacy Gwen must finally face up to her past.
The secrets of ghosts, Sarah Painter
On her twenty-first birthday Katie Harper has only one wish: to become a real Harper woman. Mystical powers are passed down her family generation after generation ? some even call them witches ? yet every spell Katie attempts goes disastrously wrong.
The map of the sky, Felix J. Palma
A love story serves as backdrop for "The Map of the Sky "when New York socialite Emma Harlow agrees to marry millionaire Montgomery Gilmore, but only if he accepts her audacious challenge: to reproduce the extraterrestrial invasion featured in Wells's "War of the Worlds.
The map of time, Felix J. Palma
London, 1896. Andrew Harrington is young, wealthy and heartbroken. His lover Marie Kelly was murdered by Jack the Ripper and he longs to turn back the clock and save her. Meanwhile, Claire Haggerty rails against the position of women in Victorian society.
Constant fear, Daniel Palmer
When Jake Dent's dreams of baseball glory fell apart in a drunk-driving incident, his marriage did too. In those dark days, a popular survivalist blog helped to restore Jake's sense of control. He's become an avid Doomsday Prepper, raising his diabetic son, Andy, to be ready for any sudden catastrophe.
Teatime for the firefly, Shona Patel
Teatime for the Firefly is set in 1940's India, a volatile and transitional time in the country's fight for independence. It is the story of Layla, a beautiful and reclusive young girl who is astrologically doomed never to marry and Manik, a man whose career and arranged marriage are charted for success.
Starling, Fiona Paul
Cass and Luca are back in Venice, trying to find the Book of the Eternal Rose to clear Luca's name and keep them both out of prison.
Project best friend, Chrissie Perry
Penelope Kingston wants to be perfect. And most of the time she is good, sensible and calm. But then sometimes Penelope is bossy, angry and frustrated. It's like ? and this is very weird ? there are two Penelopes inside her. She is never quite sure who is going to be stronger on any given day.
All for you, Kate Perry
Anna Godwin likes it spicy. At least she used to. Somewhere between law school and real life, she lost her sparkle. Now she wears boring business suits to boring dates in her boring life. The last time Anna remembers feeling that sizzle was with the one man who's all cayenne and passion: Max Corazao, the one who got away.
Close to you, Kate Perry
When Treat Byrnes walks into her bookstore cafe, Eve Alexander wants to eat him up. Bad boy isn't her usual flavour, but for the sexy contractor, she's willing to take a walk on the wild side.
Dream of you, Kate Perry
Love sucks. Lola Carmichael's known it since her boyfriend broke up with her the night she expected him to propose. Only with a deadline looming for her next romance novel, she better find inspiration fast. Enter arrogant sports radio DJ Sam Touchdown Taylor.
Here with you, Kate Perry
Nicole James knew it was not better to have love and lost. She never expected that love to swagger back into her life. Sure, she pined after Griffin Chase all through childhood, but that was a lifetime ago.
Looking for you, Kate Perry
No one knows that the gourd artist is really the missing Grape Princess?the wine heiress who ran away fourteen years before. And that's the way Gwen likes it. No paparazzi recording her every mistake, no stern family disapproving of her life.
Loved by you, Kate Perry
It's time for Karma Taylor to ante up. When her mom raises the stakes, KT has no choice but to prove that she's living up to her potential. To her mom, that means performing in the upcoming concert, but KT would rather run naked through Golden Gate Park than expose herself on stage.
Mad about you, Kate Perry
Not just any trophy: the First Prize Trophy for the San Francisco Flower Competition. She may not have the classical training of her nemesis, who's won the last five titles, but this is her year and she's taking no prisoners.
Perfect for you, Kate Perry
With Freya just hired to redesign the top adult website company in the country, her muse couldn't have chosen a worse time to disappear. Determined to get her sexy back, Freya puts an ad online, hoping to find the right man to inspire her.
Playing doctor, Kate Perry
After catching her research partner-slash-fiance with the intern, Dr. Daphne Donovan returns home to lick her wounds and figure out how to fix her life. It doesn't take a genius to figure it out: being an uber-brilliant Doogie Howser has made her life miserable while all the normal people she knows are happy and content.
Playing for keeps, Kate Perry
Since her mother's death more than fifteen years before, Grace Connors has been the matriarch of her family. She's put her own dreams on hold to raise her younger sisters and keep her ex-marine father in line.
Project Daddy, Kate Perry
Katherine Murphy's obsessive, demanding supervisor has given her an assignment that goes way beyond the call of duty: find her a man. But not just any man — he must have the perfect combination of good looks, job security, and solid genes to make him daddy-worthy.
Project date, Kate Perry
Philomena Donovan just broke up with the perfect guy. Barry's rich, handsome, and sweet as can be. In short, he's wonderful… for somebody else. So it's bye-bye Barry — until Mena needs him back, not for romance, but to get one up on her superior sister, Daphne.
Return to you, Kate Perry
The last person Olivia Parker expects to walk into her lingerie shop is her high school sweetheart. She's so over him. Mostly. Except that he's hotter than ever and still knows her better than she knows herself.
Sweet on you, Kate Perry
Pastry-chef-to-the-stars Daniela Rossi wants one thing: the abandoned building South of Market. Turning it into a soup kitchen for the homeless is the only thing that's excited her in months. And Daniella needs to feel again.
Tamed by you, Kate Perry
Valentine Jones has never been good at following rules, especially the one that matters most: following the family tradition of being a matchmaker. She's tried, but she happens to suck at it. So when her mother swoops in to help, Valentine is determined to prove she doesn't need a babysitter.
Young house love: 243 ways to paint, craft, update & show your home some love Sherry & John Petersik
This debut book by bloggers Sherry and John Petersik is filled with hundreds of fun, deceptively simple, budget-friendly ideas for sprucing up a home.
Battle buddy ; Tuck and cover, S.J.D. Peterson
Battle Buddy: At nineteen, Shane Tucker joins the army. Tucker is gay but not ready to be open about it, and Don't Ask, Don't Tell seems like a convenient way to avoid dealing with his sexuality. The army suits Tucker; he does well from the beginning.
Beyond duty, S.J.D. Peterson
The repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell didn't come soon enough for Gunther Gunny Duchene and Macalister Mac Jones, career US Marines who met at boot camp in the 1990s. They've been somewhere between best friends and lovers in peacetime and wartime both, but as the clock ticks toward Mac's and Gunny's retirements, the guys have much more to worry about than coming out.
Splintered, S.J.D. Peterson
A string of murders targeting effeminate gay men has the GLBTQ community of Chicago on alert, but budget cuts have left many precincts understaffed and overworked. Not to mention, homophobia is alive and well within the law enforcement community and little has been done to solve the mystery.
Superfoods at every meal: nourish your family with quick and easy recipes using 10 everyday superfoods, Kelly Pfeiffer
Most people can list a few superfoods that they know they should be eating, but not everyone knows how to use and incorporate these foods into their daily diet. Superfoods at Every Meal makes it simple.
Food truck road trip: a cookbook: more than 100 recipes collected from the best street food vendors coast to coast Kim Pham & Philip Shen with Terri Phillips.
Kim, Phil and Terri travelled from state to state, visiting the best food trucks out there to get the incredible and authentic recipes that make their trucks some of the most popular in the country. This book includes delicious recipes for everything from sandwiches, soups and chilies to vegetarian dishes, classics with a twist and desserts — all straight from the cooks themselves.
Faithless: a journey out of religion with stops for light refreshment along the way, Tony Philpott
Faithless is a blisteringly funny memoir whose central theme concerns the break-up of the author's relationship with a man-made deity. Sacred cows are butchered with sharp wit, deities are probed with the zeal of a meticulous proctologist, and all that is miraculous is interrogated under the hot light of reason.
Off the page Jodi Picoult & Samantha van Leer.
Sixteen-year-old Delilah is finally united with Oliver, a prince literally taken from the pages of a fairy tale. There are, however, complications now that Oliver has been able to enter the real world. To exist in Delilah's world, Oliver must take the place of a regular boy.
Among the ten-thousand things, Julia Pierpont
Among the Ten-Thousand Things chronicles the breakup of a family in contemporary New York following a devastating extra-marital affair. Jack is a sculptor — charming and vain, visionary and vulnerable in equal measure — whose controversial work wins him attention from a young admirer.
Leonora, Elena Poniatowska
Born in Lancashire as the wealthy heiress to her British father's textiles empire, Leonora Carrington was destined to live the kind of life only known by the moneyed classes. But even from a young age she rebelled against the strict rules of her social class, against her parents and against the hegemony of religion and conservative thought, and broke free to artistic and personal freedom.
If the Oceans Were Ink Carla Power
Great waterways journeys: 20 glorious routes circling England, by canal and river, Derek Pratt
This is a guide to circling England using its inland waterways, by boat or on foot. Along the way we learn about our industrial heritage, how cities grew and thrived, as well as passing through spectacular landscapes and idyllic countryside.
London's waterways: exploring the capital's rivers and canals, Derek Pratt
London boasts not only one of the most famous and awe-inspiring rivers of the world, but is also home to beautiful and majestic canals such as the Grand Union and Regents Canal — ever popular with tourists and increasingly sought-after by waterside residents.
Urban waterways: a window on to the waterways of England's towns and cities, Derek Pratt
Before roads and rail, the industrial hubs of Great Britain were linked to the ports by a network of manmade waterways. These canals fell into disuse in the early part of the twentieth century, but in the last fifty years they have undergone a complete revival.
Waterways past & present: a unique record of Britain's waterway heritage, Derek Pratt
A unique photographic record of Britain's magnificent and varied waterways heritage. Through the superb photography of Derek Pratt, this book looks at 40 transitional years when Britain's inland waterways changed from being a thriving commercial transport system to the varied and beautiful pleasure cruising network it is today.
Remix, Leonie Pratt
Kaz is still reeling from being dumped by the love of her life… Ruby is bored of hearing about it. Time to change the record. Three days. Two best mates. One music festival. Zero chance of everything working out.
Trouble, Leonie Pratt
Hannah's smart and funny … she's also fifteen and pregnant. Aaron is new at school and doesn't want to attract attention. So why does he offer to be the pretend dad to Hannah's unborn baby? Growing up can be trouble but that's how you find out what really matters.
Louise the Big Cheese and the back-to-school smarty-pants, Elise Primavera
Louise the Big Cheese is determined to make the grade in school this year and that means straight As. But she's stuck with the toughest teacher ever. Will Louise make the grade?
Louise the Big Cheese and the la-di-da shoes, Elise Primavera
There's nothing like a pair of sparkly, shiny, and pretty la-di-da shoes to bring out the Big Cheese in a girl. But Louise's mother doesn't quite see it that way. Instead Louise has to wear the dull and drab brown tie shoes she has worn for years.
Louise the Big Cheese and the Ooh-la-la Charm School, Elise Primavera
"Dream big" is Louise the Big Cheese's motto. But try though she might, she's still feels like plain old Louise. Her new friend Claire E'Claire holds the promise of stardom with her VIP charm school…
Louise the Big Cheese. Divine diva, Elise Primavera
"Dream big" is Louise the Big Cheese's motto. But try though she might, she's just plain old Louise, no Cheese. When the casting call goes out for Cinderella, Louise just knows that it's her moment to shine and take the stage as the STAR of the show.
Hidden like Anne Frank: fourteen true stories of survival Marcel Prins & Peter Henk Steenhuis.
Fourteen unforgettable true stories of children hidden away during World War II Jaap Sitters was only eight years old when his mother cut the yellow stars off his clothes and sent him, alone, on a fifteen-mile walk to hide with relatives. It was a terrifying night, one he would never forget.
The case of the 'Hail Mary' Celeste: the case files of Jack Wenlock, railway detective, Malcolm Pryce
It was Tuesday the second of December 1947 when Jenny the Spiddler walked into my office: almost a month before they nationalised my mother. Jack Wenlock is the last of the Railway Goslings: that fabled cadre of railway detectives created at the Weeping Cross Railway Servants' Orphanage, who trod the corridors of the GWR trains in the years 1925 to 1947.
First lady: the life and wars of Clementine Churchill, Sonia Purnell
Without Churchill's inspiring leadership Britain could not have survived its darkest hour and repelled the Nazi menace. Without his wife Clementine, however, he might never have become Prime Minister. By his own admission, the Second World War would have been 'impossible without her'.
The Chicks with sticks guide to knitting: learn to knit with more than 30 cool, easy patterns, Nancy Queen
Let go of your fear of knitting, and take hold of The Chicks with Sticks Guide to Knitting. With more than 30 simple, chic projects plus simple step-by-step instructions, this book is the complete guide to starting and enjoying this fun, rewarding hobby.
Snow like ashes, Sara Raasch
Orphaned Meira, a fierce chakram-wielding warrior from the Kingdom of Winter, must struggle to free her people from the tyranny of an opposing kingdom while also protecting her own destiny.
Are you fully charged?: the 3 keys to energizing your work and life, Tom Rath
Tom Rath, author of five influential bestsellers, reveals the three keys that matter most for our daily health and well-being, as well as our engagement in our work. Drawing on the latest and most practical research from health, psychology, and economics, this book focuses on changes we can make to create better days for ourselves and others.
The invisible guardian, Dolores Redondo
The naked body of a teenage girl is found on the banks of the River Baztan. Less than 24 hours after this discovery, a link is made to the murder of another girl the month before. Is this the work of a ritualistic killer or of the Invisible Guardian, the Basajaun, a creature of Basque mythology?
Archangel, Marguerite Reed
The Earth is dying, and our hopes are pinned on Ubastis, an untamed paradise at the edge of colonized space. But such an influx of people threatens the planet's unstudied ecosystem — a tenuous research colony must complete its analysis, lest humanity abandon one planet only to die on another.
The geeky chef cookbook: unofficial recipes from Doctor Who, Game of thrones, Harry Potter, and more: real-life recipes for your favorite fantasy foods, Cassandra Reeder
Cassandra Reeder loves to cook, and she's a bona-fide mega-geek. Comic-lover, avid gamer, and sci-fi and fantasy lover, she started The Geeky Chef in 2008. She creates real-life recipes for all the delicious foods you've seen in your favorite sci-fi and fantasy movies, TV shows, and video games.
Maybe in another life, Taylor Jenkins. Reid
Hannah Martin's life isn't shaping up into much of anything. Since graduating college eight years ago, she has lived in six different cities and held countless meaningless jobs … She takes up residence in her best friend Gabby's guest room.
Tree of hands, Ruth Rendell
When Benet was 14, her mad mother had tried to stab her while they were alone in a train carriage. So she tried not to hate her when Mopsa arrived at the airport, looking drab and colourless in a grey suit. But then the tragic death of a child begins a chain of deception, kidnap and murder.
The new land: a first year on the prairie, Marilynn Reynolds
Follow the adventures of a young pioneer girl moving out to the prairies with her family.
Instrumental: a memoir of madness, medication and music, James Rhodes
James Rhodes' passion for music has been his absolute lifeline. Listening to Rachmaninov on a loop as a traumatised teenager or discovering an Adagio by Bach while in a psychiatric ward — such exquisite miracles of musical genius have helped him survive his demons, and, along with a chance encounter with a stranger, inspired him to become the renowned concert pianist he is today.
Captain Durant's countess, Maggie Robinson
Maris has always been grateful that her marriage to the aging Earl of Kelby saved her from spinsterhood. Though their union has been more peaceful than passionate, she and the earl have spent ten happy years together.
Master of sin, Maggie Robinson
With a young son depending on him for rescue, Andrew will have to quench his desires — fast. Gemma seems like a plain, virginal governess — until sparks start flying between them, and a stormy Scottish winter drives them together. It will be hard for Gemma to keep her secrets …
Mistress by marriage, Maggie Robinson
Their brief marriage was a disaster everywhere but in the bedroom. Baron Edward Christie was the most proper widower in the ton, and marrying the scandalous beauty was his one impulsive act. Yet before he puts Caroline out of his life, he must get her out of his blood…
Mistress by midnight, Maggie Robinson
First comes seduction…As children, Desmond Ryland, Marquess of Conover, and Laurette Vincent were inseparable. As young adults, their friendship blossomed into love. But then fate intervened, sending them down different paths. Years later, Con still can't forget his beautiful Laurette.
Off the record, Alison Rose
Journalist Kate Armstrong has always known that music icon Johnson Brand's platinum-selling first album was written about his break-up with her mother, Alexandra. When Kate's boss sends her out to interview the star himself, her life is turned upside down when her resemblance to Alexandra prompts Johnson to seek out her mother and renew their relationship.
Rover, Michael Rosen
Meet Rover no, not ME! that's her, over there. The one with the red hair. She's my pet human. I love spending time with Rover especially today because we've come to play at the giant sandpit. The trouble is, Rover seems to have wandered off and I'm not sure where she has gone.
Uncle Gobb and the dread shed, Michael Rosen
This is a perfectly ordinary story featuring one perfectly ordinary ten year old, his very bossy uncle, some baked beans, a school which tries to make interesting things boring, the famed Italian city of Ponky, and a genie who appears when you rub your nose. It also includes lots of very useful facts, many of which are untrue.
An ambush of tigers: a wild gathering of collective nouns Betsy R. Rosenthal
Have you ever heard of a prickle of porcupines? Or a tower of giraffes? What about a parcel of penguins? This romp through the animal kingdom introduces collective nouns for animals through wordplay.
A Paris affair, Tatiana de Rosnay
Does a fruit taste its sweetest when it is forbidden? Is that which is prohibited always the most pleasurable? In this passionate and perceptive collection, Tatiana de Rosnay paints a portrait of the most forbidden of loves, in many different shades — sometimes tragic, sometimes humorous, sometimes heartfelt, always with a dry wit and an unflinching authenticity./dd>
The achievement habit: stop wishing, start doing, and take command of your life, Bernard Roth
The co-founder of the Stanford d.School introduces the power of design thinking to help you achieve goals you never thought possible.
Let me die in his footsteps, Lori Roy
On a dark Kentucky night in 1952 exactly halfway between her fifteenth and sixteenth birthdays, Annie Holleran crosses into forbidden territory. Everyone knows Hollerans don't go near Baines, not since Joseph Carl was buried two decades before, but, armed with a silver-handled flashlight, Annie runs through her family's lavender fields toward the well on the Baines' place.
Denton little's deathdate, Lance Rubin
Imminent death has never been so funny! Denton Little's Deathdate takes place in a world exactly like our own — except that everyone knows the day on which they will die. For Denton, that's in just two days — the day of his senior prom.
The waterstone, Rebecca Rupp
Twelve-year-old Tad, finding that he holds an ancient wisdom and the power to draw beings together, embarks on a quest to seek a powerful crystal which, when retrieved from the evil Nixie, will restore balance to the world.
Children of God, Mary Doria Russell
A priest named Emilio Sandoz embarks on a quest to demystify God's providence that leads him to question the possibility of faith.
The sparrow Mary Doria Russell
The sole survivor of a crew sent to explore a new planet, Jesuit priest Emilio Sandoz discovers an alien civilization that raises questions about the very essence of humanity, an encounter that leads Sandoz to a public inquisition and the destruction of his faith.
Neil Gaiman's Murder mysteries P. Craig. Russell
One of the most celebrated writers in the history of comics teams up once again with one of the industry's most accomplished artists! Neil Gaiman and P. Craig Russell once again venture into the world of myth and angels.
The boy who lost his face, Louis Sachar
David was only trying to be cool when he helped some other boys steal an old lady's cane. But when the plan backfires, he is the one she curses. Now he can't seem to do anything right. The cool kids taunt him and his only friends are weirdos.
Dogs don't tell jokes, Louis Sachar
Twelve-year-old Gary, known as Goon because of his constant clowning and joke-telling, tries to change his image and make new friends at school.
Marvin Redpost. [5], Class president, Louis Sachar
Today is Thursday. Today is 'hole' day. So, naturally, everyone is wearing their 'holiest' clothes. Even the class teacher, Mrs North … But she is soon to find out from Principal McCabe that a surprise visitor is coming to the school. In fact, the President of the United States is on his way.
Marvin Redpost. [6], A flying birthday cake? Louis Sachar
Marvin and Stuart get to sleep over at Nick Tuffle's house for Nick's birthday. They set out sleeping bags in the Tuffles' backyard. Stuart and Nick fall right to sleep, but Marvin tosses and turns. Then he hears a noise, and something glowing zooms over his head.
Marvin Redpost. 7, Super fast, out of control! Louis Sachar
Afraid of his new mountain bike, third-grader Marvin finds himself in a desperate situation when he accepts a challenge to ride down Suicide Hill.
Marvin Redpost. 8, A magic crystal? Louis Sachar
When Marvin Redpost's new friend Casey shares with him her magic crystal that can make wishes come true, things get out of control.
Pig City, Louis Sachar
When Laura Sibbie starts a club called Pig City, she incites a near-war among her sixth-grade classmates and generates the creation of a rival club that has designs on Pig City's precious box of secrets.
Sideways arithmetic from Wayside School, Louis Sachar
Why does elf + elf = fool? How many meals will Miss Mush, the lunch teacher, have to cook for the food to taste as bad as it smells? These Sideways Arithmetic problems may look puzzling at first, but you can use real maths to solve them, and the answers are right there in the book.
Sideways stories from Wayside School, Louis Sachar
Presents humorous episodes from the classroom on the thirtieth floor of Wayside School, which was accidentally built sideways with one classroom on each story.
Someday Angeline, Louis Sachar
As an eight-year-old genius in the sixth grade, Angeline is not too popular, but she tries to adjust to being different. Nobody understands why Angeline is so smart. The mean kids in school call her a freak, her teacher finds her troublesome, and even her own father doesn't know what to do with an eight-year-old girl who seems to be a genius.
Stanley Yelnats' survival guide to Camp Green Lake, Louis Sachar
Should you ever find yourself at Camp Green Lake — or somewhere similar — this is the guide for you. Stanley Yelnats (Caveman, to some of you) offers anecdotes and advice on everything from digging the perfect hole to identifying and avoiding the wildlife (scorpions, tarantulas, rattlesnakes, yellow-spotted lizards, Mr. Sir) to help you make your stay a more pleasant one.
Wayside School gets a little stranger, Louis Sachar
It's been 243 days since Wayside School has been open for classes. It's taken that long to rid the place of all traces of the cows. When the students finally do return, you can bet all the craziness is back too, including a very strange counsellor called Dr. Pickle who has a warped sense of humour.
Wayside School is falling down, Louis Sachar
More humorous episodes from the classroom on the thirtieth floor of Wayside School, where students learn to tango, face the cafeteria's dreaded Mushroom Surprise, and study a hobo during show and tell. Sequel to Sideways Stories from Wayside School.
Beyond words: what animals think and feel, Carl Safina
Long before his work as an ocean conservationist, Carl Safina's childhood by the long island shore launched a life-long passion for animals. In his new book, Safina delves deeply into the lives of animals, witnessing their profound capacity for perception, thought, and emotion.
Skeleton Island, Angie Sage
When Araminta and her best friend Wanda go on a school trip to Skeleton Island, they don't expect to get stranded there overnight. And they certainly don't expect the island to be haunted by ghostly skeletons of pirates! It certainly makes for a spooky sleepover.
A stolen childhood: five winters in Siberia, Ilmars Salts
Ilmars Salts was only 10 years old when — on the morning of June 14, 1941 — his father, mother, brother, sister, and grandmother were awakened in their rural Latvia home and put into a cattle train bound for Siberia.
Lovingkindness: the revolutionary art of happiness, Sharon Salzberg
Explains how the Buddhist path can help individuals discover the inner joy within themselves, and shares simple Buddhist teachings and suggestions for meditation.
Real happiness at work: meditations for accomplishment, achievement, and peace, Sharon Salzberg
In this follow-up to Real Happiness, one of the world's leading meditation teachers presents a practical guide to improving work life through mindfulness, compassion and ingenuity and becoming more creative, organized and accomplished in order to do better, more productive work.
The cherry harvest, Lucy Sanna
A memorable coming-of-age story and love story, laced with suspense, which explores a hidden side of the home front during World War II, when German POWs were put to work in a Wisconsin farm community … with dark and unexpected consequences.The war has taken a toll on the Christiansen family.
The case of the missing books, Ian Sansom
Israel is an intelligent, shy, passionate, sensitive sort of soul. And he's just arrived in Ireland to take up his first post as a librarian. But the library's been shut down and Israel ends up stranded on the North Antrim coast driving an old mobile library. There's nice scenery, but 15,000 fewer books than there should be.
Becoming Richard Pryor, Scott Saul
Brings the man and his comic genius into focus as never before. Drawing upon a mountain of original research interviews with family and friends, court transcripts, unpublished journals, screenplay drafts Scott Saul traces Pryor's rough journey to the heights of fame: from his heartbreaking childhood, his trials in the Army, and his apprentice days in Greenwich Village to his soul-searching interlude in Berkeley and his ascent in the New Hollywood of the 1970s.
Countdown to Mecca, Michael Savage
A plane bound for Amman, Jordan goes down in the Caspian Sea. The crash yields no survivors — save the Russian mercenary who hijacked the flight — and a cask of bomb-grade uranium is missing from the wreckage.
Humble inquiry: the gentle art of asking instead of telling, Edgar H. Schein
We live, says Ed Schein, in a culture of Tell. Rather than trying to genuinely relate to other people we tell them what we think they need to know or should do based on assumptions we've made about them. But telling makes people feel inferior; it shuts them down.
The homemade vegan pantry: the art of making your own staples, Miyoko Nishimoto Schinner
Kitchen crafters know the pleasure of making their own staples and specialty foods, whether it's cultured sour cream or a stellar soup stock. It's a fresher, healthier, more natural approach to eating and living.
Becoming Steve Jobs: the evolution of a reckless upstart into a visionary leader Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli
Co-authored by Fortune journalist Brent Schlender and Fast Company Executive Editor Rick Tetzeli, and containing exclusive material, this revelatory book will cast an entirely new light on the man behind the most successful company of all time.
Everybody sleeps (but not Fred) Josh Schneider
Although animals everywhere are sleeping, a youngster with an active imagination and a hefty to-do list resists bedtime with adventurous flair.
The Bee Cottage story: how I made a muddle of things and decorated my way back to happiness, Frances Schultz
Inspired by Frances Schultz's popular House Beautiful magazine series on the makeover of her East Hampton house, Bee Cottage, what began as a decorating book evolved into a memoir combining the best elements of both: beautiful photos and a compelling personal story.
Keep calm and do the Snoopy dance, Charles M. Schulz
Snoopy is the quintessential cartoon dog smile-bringer. Keep Calm and Do the Snoopy Dance urges you to maintain peace by celebrating the happiness of dance and being grateful for all the joys that there are in life.
My life with Charlie Brown Charles M. Schulz ; edited and with an introduction by M. Thomas Inge.
While best known as the creator of Peanuts, Charles M. Schulz (1922-2000) was also a thoughtful and precise prose writer who knew how to explain his craft in clear and engaging ways. My Life with Charlie Brown brings together his major prose writings, many published here for the first time.
Charlie Brown and friends, Charles M. Schulz
Poor Charlie Brown. When he's not worried about being so wishy-washy, he's being tormented by the kite-eating tree, has lost yet another ball game, and continues to pine for the Little Red-Haired Girl.
A flying ace needs lots of root beer, Charles M. Schulz
Snoopy, The World War I Flying Ace, finds refuge from the war in a little French cafe (a.k.a. Marcie's house). A bemused Marcie lets Snoopy take over her house — until he drinks all her root beer and makes a mess with the empty mugs.
The genius of Charlie Brown Charles M. Schulz
In his incomparable style, Charlie Brown spends his days battling with the kite-eating tree, yearning for the Little Red-Haired girl, refusing to give in on the baseball field and wrestling with his multiple anxieties. For the millions of faithful Charles Schulz fans, and those who fondly remember this insecure little boy in his yellow striped shirt, this is the first in a new series to cherish that will see the beguiling Peanuts gang share their sentiments on everything from food to friendship.
Happiness is a warm blanket, Charlie Brown, Charles M. Schulz
Linus is pushed to his limits when he learns grandma is coming to visit and plans on ridding him of his childish security blanket. As grandma's arrival looms closer, the Peanuts gang tries to help Linus learn to cope without his fuzzy crutch.
Life lessons from Lucy, Charles M. Schulz
In his inimitable style, Snoopy spends his days extolling the virtues of dancing, hanging out with his best bird friend Woodstock, pursuing a full supper dish and giving his owner — our favourite lovable loser, Charlie Brown — the run-around. For the millions of faithful Charles Schulz fans, and those who fondly remember the joyful dog with the wild imagination, this is the first in a new series to cherish that will see the beguiling Peanuts gang share their sentiments on everything from food to friendship.
Peanuts. #20, Charles M. Schulz
After Peppermint Patty throws a foul ball off of Charlie Brown's head, Lucy decides there is only one course of action to take: It's time to sue, Charlie Brown! "Legal Beagle" and many more fun adventures can be found in this month's all new adventures of PEANUTS.
Peanuts. #21, Charles M. Schulz
When Lucy throws Schroeder's piano into the Kite-Eating Tree, Charlie Brown and Snoopy must find a way to save the instrument from being chomped. "The Piano-Eating Tree" and many more Peanuts adventures can be found in this months's issue of all-out fun!
Peanuts. #22, Charles M. Schulz
When stars fill the skies, Charlie Brown, Lucy, and Linus must seek out the one star that can be called Charlie Brown's own. "Charlie Brown's Star" and many more brand-new adventures like "Dogstoyefsky" and "Sally's Great Pumpkin" can be found in this exciting issue of PEANUTS.
Peanuts. #23, Charles M. Schulz
Good grief! Brand-new adventures with classic Charles M. Schulz goodness for the youngest of fans all the way to the biggest of enthusiasts. This collection of stories is truly for all ages and can be enjoyed from the top of the top of the doghouse to the dogout of the baseball field.
Peanuts. #24, Charles M. Schulz
With the science fair in full swing, Lucy knows exactly how to win that first place ribbon. While all the other kids will have rocks, bugs, and batteries, Lucy will be find a way to scientifically prove whether Linus's blanket can truly bring him security.
Peanuts. Friends forever, Charles M. Schulz
Everyone loves Peanuts! And now to celebrate the sixty-fifth anniversary of characters known around the world comes Peanuts: Friends Forever, an original collection of full-colour comic strips featuring the whole gang. Charlie Brown ponders Life. Linus waits up all night for the Great Pumpkin.
The Peanuts guide to happiness, Charles M. Schulz
The Peanuts gang offer their wisdom on happiness in this beautifully produced gift book for all generations. For the beguiling Peanuts gang, happiness is many things — a warm blanket, a snowy day, a full supper dish, but most of all happiness is being one of the gang.
The Peanuts guide to love, Charles M. Schulz
From Woodstock falling in love with a worm to Charlie Brown's obsession with the Little Red-Headed Girl, from Snoopy's yearning for that girl beagle to Lucy's unwavering (and unrequited) affection for Schroeder, the beguiling Peanuts gang know a thing or two about love.
Peanuts. Volume five, Charles M. Schulz
Grab your blanket and get ready to cuddle up with this timeless collection of Peanuts goodness! Featuring brand-new adventures with Charlie Brown and the gang alongside classic strips from legendary creator Charles M. Schulz, this is the perfect read for old and new fans alike.
Peanuts. Volume four, Charles M. Schulz
New Peanuts adventures, perfect for you and your Sweet Babboo! It's time to hop atop your doghouse biplane and escape into the wonderful world of legendary cartoonist Charles M. Schulz with brand-new adventures from an all-star lineup of writers and artists, and classic strips by Schulz himself.
The philosophy of Snoopy, Charles M. Schulz
In his inimitable style, Snoopy spends his days extolling the virtues of dancing, hanging out with his best bird friend Woodstock, pursuing a full supper dish and giving his owner — our favourite lovable loser, Charlie Brown — the run-around.
Snoopy. Cowabunga! Charles M. Schulz
A new collection of Peanuts classics focused around Snoopy's adventures to master sports intended for humans.
The wisdom of Woodstock, Charles M. Schulz
Our most cherished cartoon bird shares his wisdom on life in this beautifully produced gift book for all generations. From his perch on top of Snoopy's doghouse, Woodstock spends his days trying (and failing) to fly, falling in love with worms and striving to be an exemplary secretary to Snoopy.
Woodstock. Master of disguise, Charles M. Schulz
Woodstock might be the smallest of all the Peanuts gang, but he's got a lot to say, even if Snoopy is the only one who understands him. That's because Snoopy is Woodstock's "Friend of Friends," and together they write masterpieces, fly airplanes, find the perfect place to nap, and win over the hearts of readers all over the world.
You're golden, Charlie Brown, Charles M. Schulz
Whether pining hopelessly after the Little Red-Haired Girl, falling yet again for Lucy's offer to hold a football for him to kick, trick-or-treating ("I got a rock"), or simply contemplating the unfairness of life, this beloved underdog has accumulated millions of fans to cheer him on. You're Golden, Charlie Brown is a book to treasure.
A darker shade of magic, Victoria Schwab
Most people only know one London; but what if there were several? Kell is one of the last Travelers — magicians with a rare ability to travel between parallel Londons. There's Grey London, dirty and crowded and without magic, home to the mad king George III.
How we deal with gravity, Ginger Scott
When her son Max was diagnosed with autism, Avery Abbot's life changed forever. Her husband left, and her own dreams became a distant fantasy, always second to fighting never-ending battles to make sure Max was given opportunity, love and respect.
Getting lucky: a Fortune, Colorado novel, Jennifer Seasons
Welcome to Fortune, Colorado — where the air is clean, the men are rugged, and all the good ones… are bachelors. Born into the infamous Charlemagne equestrian empire, Shannon has been raised to do whatever it takes for the family business.
Playing the field, Jennifer Seasons
Single mother Sonny Miller has spent years avoiding love. A rotten childhood and an even rottener ex-boyfriend left her determined to protect her son and herself against the risks of romance. That is, until hotshot ballplayer JP Trudeau swaggers into her carefully constructed life, all sin-with-me eyes and irresistible grin.
Stealing home, Jennifer Seasons
Mark Cutter has it all: a lucrative baseball career, fast cars, and faster women, and all thanks to his priceless good luck charm. At least, that's what he thinks before Lorelei Littleton shows up. Next thing he knows, he's waking up alone, the sexy brunette has vanished, and his good luck charm is gone.
Throwing heat, Jennifer Seasons
Nightclub manager Leslie Cutter has never been one to back down from a bet. So when Peter Kowalskin, pitcher for the Denver Rush baseball team, bets her that she can't keep her hands off him, she's not about to let the arrogant, gorgeous playboy win.
While love stirs, Lorna Seilstad
After graduating from Fannie Farmer's School of Cookery in 1910, Charlotte Gregory is ready to stir things up. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to travel, lecture, and give cooking demonstrations on the very latest kitchen revolution — the gas stove — and certainly doesn't mind that the gas company has hired the handsome Lewis Mathis to perform at her lectures.
The bride wore red boots, Lizbeth Selvig
Dr. Amelia Crockett's life was going exactly the way she had always planned — until one day it wasn't. When Mia's career plans are shattered, the always-in-control surgeon has no choice but to head home to Paradise Ranch and her five younger sisters, cowboy boots in tow, to figure out how to get her life back on track. The appearance of a frustrating, but oh-so-sexy, former soldier, however, turns into exactly the kind of distraction she can't afford.
Whispering shadows, Jan-Philipp Sendker
American expat Paul Leibovitz was once an ambitious advisor, dedicated father, and loving husband. But after living for nearly thirty years in Hong Kong, personal tragedy strikes and Paul's marriage unravels in the fallout. Now Paul is living as a recluse on an outlying island of Hong Kong.
A double shot of happiness: Tim Sharp's extraordinary journey from being diagnosed with autism to becoming an internationally renowned artist, Judy Sharp
The inspirational story of how a boy diagnosed with severe autism went on to become one of Australia's best-known international artists and the creator of Laser Beak Man.
Berlin diary: the journal of a foreign correspondent, 1934-1941, William L. Shirer
Shirer's Berlin Diary, which is considered the first full record of what was happening in Germany during the rise of the Third Reich, first appeared in 1941. The book was an instant success. But how did Shirer get such a valuable firsthand account?
Blood & steel Harry Sidebottom
Rome, AD238. An assassin masked as Emperor Maximinus' messenger murders the Prefect and announces to Rome that their Emperor is dead in the north and that Gordian I and II have taken the Throne of the Caesars. But Maximinus is not dead.
New York in a dozen dishes, Robert Sietsema
Gobble up a century of New York pizza, from the coal-fired pies of a thriving Little Italy to the slice joints of a burgeoning rock ?n? roll East Village. Discover Katz?s Delicatessen as Robert did, on a foray into the hardscrabble Lower East Side of the 1970s.
More happy than not, Adam Silvera
After enduring his father's suicide, his own suicide attempt, broken friendships, and more in the Bronx projects, Aaron Soto, sixteen, is already considering the Leteo Institute's memory-alteration procedure when his new friendship with Thomas turns to unrequited love.
Unicorn on a roll, Dana Simpson
One year has passed since Phoebe skipped a rock across a pond, accidentally hit a unicorn in the face, and was granted a single wish, which she used to make the unicorn, Marigold Heavenly Nostrils, her obligational best friend. In some ways, not much has changed.
The golden lion: a novel of heroes in a time of war, Wilbur Smith
In this epic African adventure, Wilbur Smith returns to his longest-running series — and the very beginnings of the Courtney family saga in the late seventeenth century — with a sequel to the action-packed novel Birds of prey.
Fire study, Maria V. Snyder
When word that Yelena is a Soulfinder — able to capture and release souls — spreads like wildfire, people grow uneasy. Already Yelena's unusual abilities and past have set her apart. As the Council debates Yelena's fate, she receives a disturbing message: a plot is rising against her homeland, led by a murderous sorcerer she has defeated before.
Inside out, Maria V. Snyder
I'm Trella. I'm a scrub. A nobody. One of thousands who work the lower levels, keeping inside clean for the Uppers. I've got one friend, do my job, and try to avoid the Pop Cops. So what if I occasionally use the pipes to sneak around the Upper levels.
Magic study, Maria V. Snyder
With her greatest enemy dead, and on her way to be united with the family she'd been stolen from long ago, Yelena should be pleased. But although she has gained her freedom, she once again finds herself alone — separated from her lover Valek and suspected as a spy for her reluctance to conform to Sitian ways.
Outside in, Maria V. Snyder
Okay, so I did prove that there's more to Inside than we knew. A whole world exists beyond this cube we live in. And finding that led to a major rebellion between worker scrubs like me and the snobby Uppers who rule our world. Make that ruled. Because of me, we're free.
Poison study, Maria V. Snyder
On the eve of her execution for murder, Yelena Zaltana is offered an incredible reprieve, on the condition that she becomes the food taster for the military leader of Ixia, Commander Ambrose. Avoiding poison is the least of her troubles, however.
Scent of magic Maria V. Snyder
Coming out of hiding to find her sister and repair their estrangement, and to stop King Tohon from winning control of the Realms, Avry of Kazan, the last Healer in the Fifteen Realms, must support Tohon's opponents by teaching them forest skills and destroying an army of the walking dead.
Shadow study, Maria V. Snyder
Once, only her own life hung in the balance.When Yelena was a poison taster, her life was simpler. She survived to become a vital part of the balance of power between rival countries Ixia and Sitia. Now she uses her magic to keep the peace in both lands-and protect her relationship with Valek.
Spy glass, Maria V. Snyder
After siphoning her own blood magic in the showdown at Hubal, student glass magician Opal Cowan lost her powers. Immune to the effects of magic, Opal is now an outsider looking in, spying through the glass on those with the powers she once had. Powers that make a difference in the world.
Storm glass, Maria V. Snyder
As a glassmaker and a magician-in-training, Opal Cowen understands trial by fire. Now it's time to test her mettle. Someone has sabotaged the Stormdancer clan's glass orbs, killing their most powerful magicians.
Taste of darkness, Maria V. Snyder
What would you do if the future of your world rests of your decision? Avry knows hardship and trouble. She fought the plague and survived. She took on King Tohon and defeated him. But now her heart-mate, Kerrick, is missing, and Avry fears he's gone forever. But there's a more immediate theat.
Touch of power, Maria V. Snyder
Laying hands upon the injured and dying, Avry of Kazan assumes their wounds and diseases into herself. But rather than being honored for her skills, she is hunted. Abducted by a band of rogues whose leader values her gift, she must heal a plague-stricken prince — leader of a campaign against her people.
Dino-baby, Mark Sperring
It's not easy being a big sister especially when your new baby brother is a roaring dino baby. There are just SO many things to remember. Be quiet in the morning, when you first get up. Because crashes, bangs and thuds will wake our dino pup.
Snappy birthday, Mark Sperring
The children can't wait a birthday party? What fun! But their next-door neighbour is not all he seems. For starters, there's his large snout and very sharp teeth. Not to mention his scaly skin. Yes, there's no two ways about it, he's definitely a crocodile.
Sex by numbers: the statistics of sexual behaviour, D. J. Spiegelhalter
Whatever society we live in, and however open-minded we like to think we are, when it comes to our sex lives we all like to keep a few secrets. But this makes the jobs of sexologists professionals who study sexual behaviour pretty difficult.
Stallo Stefan Spjut
In the summer of 1978 a young boy disappears without trace from a summer cabin in the woods. His mother claims that he was abducted by a giant. The boy is never found. The previous year, over in a Swedish National Park, a wildlife photographer takes a strange picture from his small airplane, of a bear running over the marshes. On its back sits a creature, which the photographer claims is something extraordinary.
No place like you, Marnie St. Clair
She went from having everything to having nothing — except what she really needed. Heiress Lily Schofield never had to think about money, until suddenly she no longer has any. Left destitute by her father's shady dealings, Lily has only one place to go: Mirabook, her mother's country estate and the place she spent every childhood summer running wild with the station manager's son, Josh.
All days are night, Peter Stamm
Gillian seems to have it all she is beautiful, successful, and securely married. But one night, after an argument with her husband, their car crashes on a wet road, and everything is lost. When she wakes in the hospital, she is a widow with a ruined face and no way back to the person she thought she was.
Bad behaviour: a memoir of bullying and boarding school, Rebecca Starford
It was supposed to be a place where teenagers would learn resilience, confidence and independence, where long hikes and runs in the bush would make their bodies strong and foster a connection with the natural world.
It's now or never, Jill Steeples
When smooth-talking Alex Fellows tells Jen Faraday he can predict her future — and leaves a note with the bartender for her to collect in one year's time — she thinks it's just a line. After all, how can a man she's known for only one night see what her future holds? Or maybe it's not too hard.
Tractor Mac arrives at the farm, Billy Steers
When Farmer Bill buys Tractor Mac to replace Sibley the workhorse, manes are ruffled. Poor Sibley. Will he be put out to pasture, or will he save the day when Tractor Mac runs into a problem?
Seveneves, Neal Stephenson
What would happen if the world were ending? When a catastrophic event renders the earth a ticking time bomb, it triggers a feverish race against the inevitable. An ambitious plan is devised to ensure the survival of humanity far beyond our atmosphere.
The new neighbor, Leah Stewart
Ninety-year-old Margaret Riley is content hiding from the world, finding comfort in the mystery novels that keep her company — that is, until she spots a woman who's moved into the long-empty house across the pond. Jennifer Young is also looking to hide.
The first tycoon: the epic life of Cornelius Vanderbilt, T. J. Stiles
In this groundbreaking biography, T.J. Stiles tells the dramatic story of Cornelius "Commodore" Vanderbilt, the combative man and American icon who, through his genius and force of will, did more than perhaps any other individual to create modern capitalism.
Creep from the deep, R. L. Stine
Billy and Sheena always expect adventure when they join their uncle, Dr. Deep, aboard his hi-tech boat. What they don't expect is a treasure hunt leading to a 200-year-old sea captain… who refuses to stay dead! Just when they think the tide is turning, Billy and Sheena accidentally drive into a dangerous mystery. A chilling surprise awaits them in Horrorland, the theme park where their worst nightmare is about to come to life.
Dr. Maniac Vs. Robby Schwartz, R. L. Stine
Robby creates his own comic strips so he can freak out his friends and family, but now his favorite character Dr. Maniac, a villain with a wicked grin and evil superpowers, is on the loose in the real world!
Help! We have strange powers! R. L. Stine
Jillian and Jackson freak out when they suddenly can read people's thoughts. But the trick turns to terror when the twins are stalked by a strange scientist who wants to know exactly what's on their minds. Will the twins ever lead normal lives again? Not in HorrorLand they won't.
My friends call me monster, R. L. Stine
Michael Munroe is learning a few new lessons in school this week: Never trust a teacher who believes in monsters. Don't even think about entering her house. And stay away from the giant egg in her attic?especially if it's about to hatch.
Revenge of the living dummy, R. L. Stine
The thrill ride begins when 12-year-old Britney Crosby encounters an old ventriloquist's dummy with a lively secret — and a wicked plan. Just when she thinks the nightmare is over, Britney receives an invitation to an amusement park where everything is not as it seems.
Say cheese — and die screaming! R. L. Stine
Julie begins to suspect that HorrorLand is not all fun after she is attacked by a giant spider
The scream of the haunted mask, R. L. Stine
"What should Carly Beth be for Halloween this year? Terrified! Late at night, an ugly green mask is mysteriously calling out to her, and ugly green masks don't like to be ignored
Welcome to Camp Slither, R. L. Stine
Boone and Heather are going to summer camp, with man-eating snakes and disappearing campers. Things get worse when Boone joins eleven other guests at Horrorland because something's wrong with the bumper-car ride called the R.I.P.P.E.R.
Who's your mummy? R. L. Stine
Abby and Peter are staying with Uncle Jonathan in an eerie old village. Their uncle knows a lot about Egyptian pyramids, and his living room even looks like an ancient tomb. Do other secrets lurk inside Uncle Jonathan's house?
A scandalous bundle, Ava Stone
A Scandalous Wife: As the head of his family, Robert Beckford, the Earl of Masten, was accustomed to dealing with various problems his siblings had caused of one sort or another. However he wasn't prepared when his cad of brother ruined and then abandoned a young lady.
In the night room, Peter Straub
Willy Patrick, the respected author of the award-winning young-adult novel In the Night Room, thinks she is losing her mind — again. One day, she is drawn helplessly into the parking lot of a warehouse.
Mrs. God, Peter Straub
There was always talk of a hidden secret in Esswood's past, and the Seneschal children were often so pale and sickly, but don't all English manor houses have a few ghost stories to call their own?
Talking to Alzheimer's: simple ways to connect when you visit a family member of friend, Claudia Strauss
This practical and accessible guide helps the friends and family of Alzheimer's patients communicate with their loved ones in ways that allow them to sustain meaningful and positive relationships.
Bagels come home Joan Betty Stuchner ; illustrations by Dave Whamond.
When eight-year-old Josh and his family adopt an energetic puppy with a big personality and a talent for escaping, everyone is sure that obedience school will teach him good manners. But Bagels turns out to be a bigger handful than anyone predicted.
Ball, Mary Sullivan
A dog with a ball is one of the most relentlessly hopeful creatures on Earth. After his best little-girl pal leaves for school, this dog hits up yoga mom, baby, and even the angry cat for a quick throw. No luck.
Find my way home, Michele Summers
Interior designer Bertie Anderson has big dreams for her career, and they don't include being stuck in her hometown of Harmony, North Carolina. One last client, and Bertie is packing up her high heels and heading for her dream job in Atlanta.
Not so new in town, Michele Summers
Lucy Doolan is a marketing genius. She can sell rain to a frog and snow to a polar bear. Newly single and unemployed, she's lured back to her hometown of Harmony, North Carolina to help out her pregnant evil stepsister…
The quiet man: the indispensable presidency of George H.W. Bush, John H. Sununu
Though George H. W. Bush is remembered for orchestrating one of the largest and most successful military campaigns in history — the Gulf War — Sununu argues that conventional wisdom misses many of Bush's other great achievements.
Letters to my grandchildren, David T. Suzuki
In this inspiring series of letters to his grandchildren, David Suzuki offers grandfatherly advice mixed with stories from his own remarkable life and explores what makes life meaningful. He challenges his grandchildren — and us — to do everything at full tilt.
The book of speculation, Erika Swyler
Simon Watson, a young librarian on the verge of losing his job, lives alone on the Long Island Sound in his family home a house, perched on the edge of a bluff, that is slowly crumbling toward the sea. His parents are long dead, his mother having drowned in the water his house overlooks.
A mind apart: understanding children with autism and Asperger syndrome, Peter Szatmari
Dr. Szatmari shares the stories of over a dozen children and families with whom he has worked. He reveals that people with autism and AS live in a world without metaphors; a visual landscape, built of images, not language.
Telepathy, Amir Tag Elsir
A Sudanese writer begins to suspect that one of his most idiosyncratic characters from a recent novel resembles, in an uncanny, terrifying way, a real person he has never met. Since he condemned this character to an untimely death in the novel, should he attempt to save this real man from a similar fate?
The looking glass house, Vanessa Tait
Oxford, 1862. As Mary Prickett takes up her post as governess to the daughters of the Dean of Christ Church, she is thrust into a strange new world. Mary is poor and plain and desperate for change but the little girls in her care see and understand far more than their naive new teacher.
The accident, C. L. Taylor
Sue Jackson has the perfect family but when her teenage daughter Charlotte deliberately steps in front of a bus and ends up in a coma she is forced to face a very dark reality. Retracing her daughter's steps she finds a horrifying entry in Charlotte's diary and is forced to head deep into Charlotte's private world.
The lie, C. L. Taylor
Best friends are there for each other through thick and thin. You trust them with your life. At least that's what Emma, Daisy, Leanne and Al think. But all that changes when they embark on a trip of a lifetime together.
How Star Wars conquered the universe: the past, present, and future of a multibillion dollar franchise, Chris Taylor
Why do most people know what an Ewok is, even if they haven't seen Return of the Jedi? Tracing the birth, death and rebirth of the epic universe built by George Lucas and hundreds of writers, artists, producers, and marketers, Chris Taylor jousts with modern-day Jedi, tinkers with droid builders, and gets inside Boba Fett's helmet, all to find out how STAR WARS has attracted and inspired so many fans for so long.
Just one damned thing after another, Jodi Taylor
Behind the seemingly innocuous facade of St Mary's, a different kind of historical research is taking place. They don't do 'time-travel' — they 'investigate major historical events in contemporary time'.
No time like the past, Jodi Taylor
St Mary's has been rebuilt and it's business as usual for the History department. But first, there's the little matter of a seventeenth-century ghost that only Mr Markham can see. Not to mention the minor inconvenience of being trapped in the Great Fire of London…
Roman holiday, Jodi Taylor
Question: What sort of idiot installs his mistress in his wife's house? Especially when that mistress is Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator, Queen of Egypt and the most notorious woman of her time? Answer: Julius Caesar ? poised to become King of Rome. Or as good as.
A second chance, Jodi Taylor
St Mary's is back and nothing is going right for Max. Once again, it's just one damned thing after another. The action jumps from an encounter with a mirror-stealing Isaac Newton to the bloody battlefield at Agincourt.
A symphony of echoes, Jodi Taylor
Max and the team visit Victorian London in search of Jack the Ripper, withess the murder of Archbishop Thomas a Becket in Canterbury Cathedral, and discover that dodos make a grockling noise when eating cucumber sandwiches.
When a child is born, Jodi Taylor
It's Christmas Day 1066 and a team from St Mary's is going to witness the coronation of William the Conqueror. Or so they think. However, History seems to have different plans for them and when Max finds herself delivering a child in a peasant's hut, she can't help wondering what History is up to.
Anything but sweet, Candis Terry
If Charlotte Brooks thinks she and her TV makeover show can turn Reno Wilder's hometown upside-down, he'll be happy to prove her wrong. The ex-Marine has seen too much turmoil and he likes Sweet, Texas, just the way it is. Traditional. Familiar. A little dull. Everything Charli isn't.
Home sweet home, Candis Terry
He's given up. Army Ranger Lieutenant Aiden Marshall fought in some of the most hellish corners on earth and survived. Those closest to him did not. When he returns home to Sweet, Texas, he believes he's broken and has lost everything, including his soul.
Something sweeter, Candis Terry
Seattle event planner Allison Lane is an expert at delivering the perfect wedding, even if she might not exactly believe in the whole "'till death do us part" thing. When her father decides to tie the knot with a woman he barely knows, Allison heads to Sweet, Texas, to make sure his new honey is the real deal.
Sweet cowboy Christmas, Candis Terry
Years ago, Chase Morgan traded in his dusty cowboy boots for the shimmering lights of New York City and a fast track up the corporate ladder. But when his shiny life is turned on end just in time for Christmas, Chase knows he needs to reevaluate, even if that means going home to Texas to endure his least favourite holiday.
Sweet surprise, Candis Terry
Fiona Wilder knows all about falling in lust. Love? That's another story. Determined not to repeat past mistakes, the single mom and cupcake shop owner is focussed on walking the straight and narrow. But trouble has a way of finding her.
Sweetest mistake, Candis Terry
Firefighter and former Marine Jackson Wilder has tough guy down to an art, but he's learned the hard way that promises were made to be broken. Abigail Morgan was once his best friend, his first kiss, his first love, his first everything.
His other life, Beth Thomas
The story of a couple with seemingly perfect lives and the secrets they hide behind closed doors. He was hiding a terrible secret. Grace's new husband Adam seems like the perfect package. Good looking, great job, completely charming almost too good to be true.
Because you'll never meet me, Leah Thomas
Ollie and Moritz are best friends, but they can never meet. Ollie is allergic to electricity. Contact with it causes debilitating seizures. Moritz's weak heart is kept pumping by an electronic pacemaker. If they ever did meet, Ollie would seize. But Moritz would die without his pacemaker.
The seed collectors, Scarlett Thomas
Great Aunt Oleander is dead. To each of her nearest and dearest she has left a seed pod. The seed pods might be deadly, but then again they might also contain the secret of enlightenment. Not that anyone has much time for enlightenment.
The longest holiday, Paige Toon
Laura has been married to the man of her dreams for seven months. But, she now discovers, a week before the wedding Matthew made a terrible mistake. Escaping the heartache and humiliation, Laura is whisked off to Florida's Key West by her best friend Marty.
Lucy in the sky, Paige Toon
Settling down for a 24-hour flight to Australia, Lucy finds a text message on her phone from a woman claiming to have slept with her boyfriend James. Trapped on the plane, Lucy questions everything about her relationship, but when she finally calls James he reassures her: it was only his mates playing a silly joke.
Thirteen weddings, Paige Toon
A year ago, Bronte left Sydney for a wedding in England, where she met newly single Alex. After one amazing night together they parted ways.Now working on the picture desk for a glassy magazine in London, Bronte is about to meet a new colleague — who turns out to be all too familiar.
Crash course Kathy Hogan Trocheck
Retiree Truman Kicklighter returns in the second installment of a simmering Florida series by one of today's hottest suspense writers. When Truman's twenty-something pal is taken for a ride by a used-car dealer, he has to put the brakes on a scam with a deadly payoff.
Killer fudge: a Callahan Garrity short story Kathy Hogan Trocheck
Atlanta private investigator/cleaning business owner Callahan Garrity once again proves her ability to clean up a sticky mess. When the grandson of faithful House Mouse employee Ruby is charged with brutally bludgeoning an elderly antique dealer, Callahan is called on to investigate.
Lickety-split, Kathy Hogan Trocheck
The golden years of ex-AP reporter Kicklighter are at best gilded. For him, making ends meet is a full-time job: clipping coupons, eating at odds hours to avail himself of early-bird specials, engineering senior citizen discounts on everything he can. Not that his life is all work, however.
Hush, little bird, Nicole Trope
Birdy thought she would have to wait until she was free again to see Rose, but now Rose has been convicted of a shocking crime and she and Birdy will be together. Birdy has been saving all her anger for Rose. It is Rose who should have protected her and kept her safe.
I'm working on it in therapy: how to get the most out of psychotherapy, Gary Trosclair
Millions of Americans will go to therapy this year, but veteran psychotherapist Gary Trosclair believes the vast majority of them will start the process with little to no sense of how to best use their sessions to achieve their goals.
Merciless gods, Christos Tsiolkas
Love, sex, death, family, friendship, betrayal, tenderness, sacrifice and revelation. This incendiary collection of stories from acclaimed bestselling international writer Christos Tsiolkas takes you deep into worlds both strange and familiar, and characters that will never let you go.
In good company, Jen Turano
After growing up as an orphan, Millie Longfellow is determined to become the best nanny the East Coast has ever seen. Unfortunately, her playfulness and enthusiasm aren't always well-received and she finds herself dismissed from yet another position.
A match of wits, Jen Turano
After his departure from New York two years ago to meet up with his almost-fiance, Zayne Beckett is the last person Agatha Watson wanted to stumble upon in her travels as a reporter with the New York Tribune.
Without the moon, Cathi Unsworth
Hush, hush, hush Here comes the Bogeyman. London during the long, dark days of the Blitz: a city outwardly in ruins, weakened by exhaustion and rationing. Out on the streets, something nastier is stirring: London's prostitutes are being murdered, their bodies left mutilated to taunt the police.
London rain, Nicola Upson
May, 1937, and London prepares to crown a new king. Bestselling writer Josephine Tey is in town to oversee a BBC radio production of her play, Queen of Scots but adultery, treachery and pent-up jealousies stalk the corridors of Broadcasting House.
Blossom, Andrew H. Vachss
In the figure of Burke, Andrew Vachss has given contemporary crime fiction one of its most mesmerizing characters. An abused child raised in orphanages, foster homes, and prisons, Burke is a career criminal and outlaw who steals and scams for a living.
Blue Belle, Andrew H. Vachss
Burke is one of the most cold-blooded yet strangely honorable heroes in the history of crime fiction, an outlaw who makes his living by preying on the most vicious of New York City's bottom-feeders, those who thrive on the suffering of children.
Born bad, Andrew H. Vachss
Andrew Vachss might have scissored his characters from today's headlines: a stalker prowling around an anonymous high-rise; a serial killer whose transgressions reflect a childhood of hideous abuse; an inner-city gunman who is willing to take out a blockful of victims in order to win a moment of acceptance. Tautly written and endowed with murderous ironic spin, Born Bad plunges us into the hell that lies just outside our bedroom windows.
Choice of evil, Andrew H. Vachss
When his girlfriend, Crystal Beth, is gunned down at a gay rights rally in Central Park, Burke, the underground man-for-hire and expert hunter of predators, vows vengeance. But someone beats him to the task: a shadowy killer who calls himself Homo Erectus and who seems determined to wipe gay bashers from the face of the earth.
Dead and gone, Andrew H. Vachss
Urban Outlaw Burke barely survives an attack by a professional hit squad that kills his partner. With a new face, Burke goes into hiding. And on the hunt. Dead and Gone takes him from the streets of New York City through a cross-country underground, and deep into his own tortured past.
False allegations, Andrew H. Vachss
Burke — ex-con, mercenary, sometime killer, makes his living preying on New York's most vicious predators and avenging their innocent victims. But in Andrew Vachss's mercilessly suspenseful novel, Burke finds himself working the other side of the street, where guilt and innocence are as disposable as the sheets in a Times Square hotel — and as dirty.
Flood, Andrew H. Vachss
Burke's newest client is a woman named Flood, who has the face of an angel, the body of a high-priced stripper, and the skills of a professional executioner. She wants Burke to find a monster for her, so she can kill him with her bare hands.
Footsteps of the hawk, Andrew H. Vachss
In Footsteps of the Hawk Burke himself is in danger of becoming a victim. Two rogue cops are stalking him. The coolly seductive Belinda Roberts wants him to free a man charged with a grisly string of rape-murders.
Hard candy, Andrew H. Vachss
In this mercilessly compelling thriller, Burke — the private eye, sting artist, and occasional hit man who metes out a cruelly ingenious vengeance on those who victimise children — is up against a soft-spoken messiah, who may be rescuing runaways or recruiting them for his own hideous purposes.
Sacrifice, Andrew H. Vachss
What — or who — could turn a gifted little boy into a murderous thing that calls itself "Satan's Child"? In search of an answer, a man named Burke travels from a festering welfare hotel to a neat frame house where a voodoo priestess presides over a congregation of assassins.
Safe house, Andrew H. Vachss
Burke is drawn into his ugliest case yet, one that involves an underground network of abused women and the sleekly ingenious stalkers who've marked them as their personal victims. Burke's client is Crystal Beth, a beautiful outlaw with a tattoo on her face and a mission burned into her heart.
Shella, Andrew H. Vachss
He is called "Ghost" because he is so nondescript as to be invisible and because he slays with such reflexive ease that he might be one of the dead. Once he travelled with a woman who was called "Shella" — because those who had treated her as a horrendously ill-used child had tried to make her come out of her shell.
The circus ship, Chris Van Dusen
When a circus ship runs aground off the coast of Maine, the poor animals are left on their own to swim the chilly waters. Staggering onto a nearby island, they soon win over the wary townspeople with their kind, courageous ways.
8 class pets + 1 squirrel 1 dog = chaos, Vivian Vande Velde
Twitch, the school yard squirrel, has really gotten himself into a bind this time. While trying to escape from a hungry owl, he roused Cuddles, the principal's dog, and got chased into the school. Now he's locked in for a disastrous and hilarious night.
A coming evil, Vivian Vande Velde
Lisette Beaucaire was angry when her parents sent her away from Paris that September day in 1940. And although she knew that with the Nazis occupying the city she'd be safer at her aunt Josephine's farm in the Dordogne Valley, Lisette resented her ?exile.
Dragon's bait, Vivian Vande Velde
Fifteen-year-old Alys is not a witch. But that doesn't matter?the villagers think she is and have staked her out on a hillside as a sacrifice to the local dragon. It's late, it's cold, and it's raining, and Alys can think of only one thing?revenge.
Frogged, Vivian Vande Velde
When almost-thirteen-year-old Princess Imogene is turned into a frog, she puts into practice lessons from the book, The Art of Being a Princess, as she tries to become her less-than-perfect self again.
Heir apparent, Vivian Vande Velde
In the virtual reality game Heir Apparent, there are way too many ways to get killed and Giannine seems to be finding them all. Which is a darn shame, because losing means she'll die — for real this time.
A hidden magic, Vivian Vande Velde
Once upon a time there was a very nice but very plain princess named Jennifer, who, following proper fairy-tale protocol, fell for a very handsome but very conceited prince named Alexander. When Alexander offends a powerful witch, it falls to Jennifer to save him.
Magic can be murder, Vivian Vande Velde
Nola's not much of a witch: she can work only a few useless spells, like the one that lets her spy on people. But there's no spell for keeping her crazy mother, who hears voices and is a magnet for witch-hunters, out of trouble.
Now you see it…, Vivian Vande Velde
With Wendy's new glasses, she begins to see cheerful corpses, old crones disguised as teeny-boppers, and portals to another world — a place where everyone knows of the glasses' powers and will do anything they can to get them.
Smart dog, Vivian Vande Velde
Fifth grader Amy Prochenko is wildly unpopular. Then one day Amy meets Sherlock, a dog on the run from a university lab. Sherlock is not like other dogs: He can talk, he's smarter than most of Amy's classmates — and he needs Amy's help.
Three good deeds, Vivian Vande Velde
Caught stealing some goose eggs from a witch, Howard is cursed for his heartlessness and turned into a goose himself, and he can only become human again by performing three good deeds.
Wizard at work, Vivian Vande Velde
A young wizard, who runs a school to teach wizards, looks forward to a quiet summer off but is drawn into adventures with princesses, unicorns, and ghosts instead.
Rough rider, Victoria Vane
Janice Combes has two loves, bucking bulls and Dirk Knowlton. But Dirk only has eyes for a dazzling rodeo queen. How can Janice ever compete while mired ankle-deep in manure?
Sharp shootin' cowboy, Victoria Vane
After eight years as a Marine sniper, war-scarred Reid Everett is back in his native Wyoming. He knows and loves this rugged land, so working for wildlife services to reduce the booming wolf population suits him to a T. Wildlife biologist Haley Cooper is desperate to make a difference.
The cubs and other stories, Mario Vargas Llosa
The Cubs and Other Stories is Mario Vargas Llosa's only volume of short fiction available in English. Vargas Llosa's domain is the Peru of male youth and machismo, where life's dramas play themselves out on the soccer field, on the dance floor and on street corners.
Death in the Andes, Mario Vargas Llosa
Peruvian police investigate a death; was it the terrucos of the Maoist Shining Path, or something even more terrible? This novel examines the tactics and motivations of the Maoists, but situates their violence in the context of an older world where life is brutal and in a society which is on the very fringe of the modern world.
A fish in the water, Mario Vargas Llosa
A memoir by the celebrated Latin American writer, spanning his birth in Peru, career as a writer, and efforts at organizing political and social reform in his native country, which ultimately led him to seek the presidency in 1990.
The Aztec, Bill Vidal
1936. As General Franco's Nationalists march on Madrid in the early stages of the Spanish Civil War, the Republican government authorises the evacuation of the country's gold reserves. 7900 crates of gold leave Cartagena for Russia but only 7800 arrive.
The Clayton account, Bill Vidal
Thomas Clayton returns home for his father's funeral to discover he has been left nearly $50 million in a Swiss bank account. He has to make good losses from insider trading. So he travels to Zurich, and secures the funds.
It's kind of a funny story, Ned Vizzini
A humorous account of a New York City teenager's battle with depression and his time spent in a psychiatric hospital.
Teen Angst? Naaah: a quasi-autobiography, Ned Vizzini
Ned Vizzini writes about the weird, funny, and sometimes mortifying moments that made up his teen years. With wit, irony, and honesty, Teen Angst? Naaah … invites you into Ned's world of school, parents, cool (and almost cool), street people, rock bands, friends, fame, camp, sex (sort of), Cancun (almost), prom, beer, video games, and more.
With or without God: why the way we live is more important than what we believe, Gretta Vosper
Envisioning a future in which the Christian church plays a viable and transformative role in shaping society, Gretta Vosper argues that if the church is to survive at all, the heart of faith must undergo a radical change.
Chief Thunderstruck and the big bad bear, Karen Wallace
Set in the Viking world of long boats, looting and grand adventure, The Goose Pimple Bay Sagas relate the hilarious tales of a noble family with a difference. In the final book of the quartet, a message reaches Goose Pimple Bay that Chief Thunderstruck is in trouble.
The comet of doom: a thrilling tale from the time of Montezuma, Karen Wallace
One dawn, a fiery comet appears over the city. The Great Emperor Montezuma commands Chantico's uncle, the soothsayer, Ahcambal, to explain the meaning of it. When Ahcambal cannot come up with an answer, he is thrown into prison to be executed.
The honourable Ratts, Karen Wallace
Zola and Spencer Ratt are the last, and smallest, of their family line, living with their great aunts under the floor of their ancestral home, Clawfoot Hall. When Zola steals a gold earring from a junk shop two ghouls are unleashed who won't stop until they find the legendary Ratt hoard — gold which has been hidden somewhere in Clawfoot Hall.
King Cudgel's challenge, Karen Wallace
Pity King Cudgel! His twin children — Prince Marvin the Meek and Princess Gusty Ox — fight all the time. And ever since his wife, Queen Carrion, disappeared after going out dragon hunting, no one has been able to stop them.
Li Fu's great aim.: the inside story of the Terracotta Archer, Karen Wallace
Li Fu is as servant to the First Emperor — not an easy job, as the Emperor is known for his fierce temper and unusual punishments. He dreams of one day joining his army, like his brother. However, the Emperor won't let him go because he likes the amusing fables that Li Fu tells.
Ma Moosejaw means business, Karen Wallace
Set in the Viking world of long boats, looting and grand adventure, The Goose Pimple Bay Sagas relate the hilarious tales of a ruling family with a difference. Book one introduces the two sons of Chief Thunderstruck and Ma Moosejaw, Spike Carbuncle and Whiff Eric.
Prince Marvin's great moment, Karen Wallace
Poor Prince Marvin, the Meek! His twin sister, Princess Gusty Ox may be built like a battle ship but Marvin has always been a bit … physically feeble. It's not surprising his sister bullies him. But, when his father King Cudgel's best suits are ruined by mysterious globs of green gloop, things get even worse.
Princess Gusty Ox's strange change, Karen Wallace
Gusty Ox is not your typical princess. She's more interested in wrestling crocodiles and hunting dragons than in tiaras and princes. That is, until she looks into Crackel's magic mirror and decides things have got to change.
Queen Carrion's big bear hug, Karen Wallace
King Cudgel keeps having nightmares about Queen Carrion and a bear and wonders if these could reveal the whereabouts of his missing wife. So he consults Crackle the Court Magician, who finds out that strong magic is at work.
Quirky times at Quagmire Castle, Karen Wallace
When Jack and Emily learn that Quagmire Castle, their beloved, crumbling home, is going to be sold, they seek help from their ghostly ancestors, who are only too delighted to be of service.
Spike Carbuncle and the truly enormous egg, Karen Wallace
Set in the Viking world of long boats, looting and grand adventure, The Goose Pimple Bay Sagas relate the hilarious tales of a noble familywith a difference. Spike Carbuncle is sick of being second in command to his weedybrother.
Whiff Eric and the great green thing, Karen Wallace
Set in the Viking world of long boats, looting and grand adventure, The Goose Pimple Bay Sagas relate the hilarious tales of a ruling family with a difference. In book two, Whiff Erik, now ruler of Goose Pimple Bay discovers his brother, Spike Carbuncle at sea.
The invisible woman, Helen Walmsley-Johnson
Sixty is the new forty, we're constantly told. Or is it that seventy is the new fifty? Yet fashionable clothes shops cater for little but elfin twenty-year-olds; magazines carry little but articles about appearing younger. Heaven forbid you try to apply for a job.
Sleeper, Jo Walton
History is a thing we make — in more senses than one. And from more directions.
In bitter chill, Sarah Ward
Bampton, Derbyshire, January 1978. Two girls go missing: Rachel Jones returns, Sophie Jenkins is never found. Thirty years later: Sophie Jenkins' mother commits suicide. Rachel Jones has tried to put the past behind her and move on with her life.
Rude cakes, Rowboat Watkins
A story about a rude cake who never says please or thank you or listens to its parents, and a Giant Cyclops who is polite.
The boy no one loved: a heartbreaking true story of abuse, abandonment and betrayal, Casey Watson
Justin was taken into care at the age of five after deliberately burning down his family home. Six years on, after 20 failed placements, Justin arrives at Casey's home. Casey and her husband Mike are specialist foster carers.
A last kiss for Mummy: a teenage mum, a tiny infant, a desperate decision, Casey Watson
Bestselling author and foster carer Casey Watson tells the heartbreaking true story of a teenage mother and baby in need of a safe and loving home.
No place for Nathan, Casey Watson
Nathan is a troubled young child. Disruptive, aggressive and, most disturbingly, prone to violent mood-swings Nathan soon finds himself in at the school's behavioural unit, managed by Casey ? Ms Watson to her students.
Scarlett's secret: a real-life short story, Casey Watson
Casey doesn't know what to expect when seventeen-year-old twins Scarlett and Jade join her class. The girls seem grounded but they never leave each other's side, although there seems to be an underlying tension between them that Casey can't quite put her finger on.
A stolen childhood: a dark past, a terrible secret, a girl without a future, Casey Watson
When Casey first meets Kiera, a small slight girl who's just lashed out at a fellow pupil in assembly, she immediately senses something's wrong. Something in Kiera's eyes alerts Casey that this is an "old head on young shoulders", and she follows her instinct and takes Kiera under her wing.
Dead zone, Robison E. Wells
America faces invasion by a hostile nation, and Aubrey, Jack, and a group of other superpowered teenagers are its only defence.
Paranormalcy, Kiersten White
When a dark prophecy begins to come true, sixteen-year-old Evie of the International Paranormal Containment Agency must not only try to stop it, she must also uncover its connection to herself and the alluring shapeshifter, Lend.
Thursday's child, Teri White
Four months ago, Beau Epstein watched his parents die. For fourteen years, he lived with his family in the jungle village of Santa Maria, ignoring the outside world. It was paradise until the civil war came to find them.
Coaching for performance: GROWing human potential and purpose: the principles and practice of coaching and leadership, John Whitmore
'Coaching is a way of managing, a way of treating people, a way of thinking, and a way of being. Coaching has matured into an invaluable profession fit for our times and this fourth edition of the most widely read coaching book takes it to the next frontier' — John Whitmore.
Alpha, Jasinda Wilder
The first time it happened, it seemed like an impossible miracle. Bills were piling up, adding up to more money than I could ever make. Mum's hospital bills. My baby brother's tuition. My tuition. Rent. Electricity. All of it on my shoulders. And I had just lost my job.
Far too tempted, Emma Wildes
Alexander Ramsey, the youngest son of a duke, has returned to England with a barely healed wound and a war-torn heart. He hopes retiring to a life raising horses near his family's estate will bring him some peace. If only it were that easy.
Gone crazy in Alabama, Rita Williams-Garcia
Delphine, Vonetta, and Fern are off to Alabama to visit their grandmother, Big Ma, and her mother, Ma Charles. Across the way lives Ma Charles's half sister, Miss Trotter. The two half sisters haven't spoken in years.
The other daughter, Lauren Willig
In 1920s Europe, a young Rachel Woodley discovers that her supposedly dead father is still alive and living in London with his new socially prominent family, whose happiness she sets out to destroy.
Ice and fire, David Wingrove
Spring 2201 -Spring 2203: The T'ang who make up the ruling Seven are struggling to maintain stasis and prevent change, as the "War That Wasn't A War" is fought within the levels of Chung Kuo's great world-spanning City: a war fought not with armies on battlefields but with an inventive evil -with bombs and betrayals, brutal assassinations and sly poisonings.
Her brother's keeper, Beth Wiseman
Charlotte Dolinsky is not above playing dress-up and telling a few lies to find out what happened to her only brother. In fact, that is exactly what she's come to Lancaster County to do. Now, calling herself Mary and slipping on a kapp, Charlotte will lie her way into the confidence of anyone who knows why Ethan had to die. Unless she gets found out first.
All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well, Tod Wodicka
The story of Burt Hecker, a sixty-three-year-old medieval re-enactor and his doomed attempts at coming to terms with his own history.
Out of Orange, Cleary Wolters
The real-life Alex Vause from the critically acclaimed, top-rated Netflix show Orange Is the New Black tells her story in her own words for the first time-a powerful, surprising memoir about crime and punishment, friendship and marriage, and a life caught in the ruinous drug trade and beyond.
Grammar for dummies, Geraldine Woods
Establishing good grammar habits will set you up for success. From English class to writing your college essay, from cooperate communications, to updating your social media sites, good grammar is essential.
On a wing and a prayer: one woman's adventure into the heart of the rainforest, Sarah Woods
As a young child, Sarah Woods imagined going on epic voyages to exotic, illusory lands filled with bizarre creatures, intoxicating rhythms, vibrant colours and other-worldly forests. As soon as she was old enough she packed a bag and set off to see the world for real, leaving friends and family behind to fulfil her childhood dreams.
Simply good news: why the gospel is news and what makes it good, N. T. Wright
A new book by our most popular theologian written for anyone interested in popular theology whether believer, agnostic or atheist. Confronts head-on the most common objections to belief.
The four books, Lianke Yan
In the ninety-ninth district of a labour camp, the Author, Musician, Scholar, Theologian and Technician undergo re-education, to restore their revolutionary zeal. In charge of this process is the Child, who delights in enforcing draconian rules.
The wrong boy, Suzy Zail
Hanna Mendel liked to know what was going to happen next. She was going to be a famous concert pianist. She was going to wear her yellow dress to the dance on Saturday night. But she didn't plan on her street being turned into a ghetto.