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Book cover: Moonlight and the pearler's daughter
Western Australia, 1896. The pearl-diving boat captained by Eliza Brigthwell's eccentric father returns after months at sea, without Eliza's father on it. Whispers from townsfolk point to mutiny or murder. Headstrong Eliza knows it's up to her to discover who, or what, is really responsible. As she searches for the truth, Eliza discovers that beneath the glamorous veneer of the pearling industry, lies a dark underbelly of sweltering, stinking decay. The sun-scorched streets of Bannin Bay, a place she once thought she knew so well, are teeming with corruption, prejudice, and blackmail.
Book cover: Everything's fine
"On Jess's first day at Goldman Sachs, she's less than thrilled to learn she'll be on the same team as Josh, her white, conservative sparring partner from college. Josh loves playing the devil's advocate and is just... the worst. But when Jess finds herself the sole Black woman on the floor, overlooked and underestimated, it's Josh who shows up for her in surprising--if imperfect--ways. Before long, an unlikely friendship--one tinged with undeniable chemistry--forms between the two. A friendship that gradually, and then suddenly, turns into an electrifying romance that shocks them both. Despite their differences, the force of their attraction...
Book cover: The end of men
"The year is 2025, and a mysterious virus has broken out in Scotland--a lethal illness that seems to affect only men. When Dr. Amanda MacLean reports this phenomenon, she is dismissed as hysterical. By the time her warning is heeded, it is too late. The virus becomes a global pandemic--and a political one. The victims are all men. The world becomes alien--a women's world. What follows is the immersive account of the women who have been left to deal with the virus's consequences"--
Book cover: The swell
"Point Break meets And Then There Were None in a pulse-pounding beach read that explores the dangerous ties between a group of elite surfers who are determined to find the perfect waves at any cost...even murder"--
Book cover: Above the salt
"John Alves, son of a famous Presbyterian martyr on the Portuguese island of Madeira, spends his childhood in jail and in poverty. When he meets Mary Freitas--though the adopted daughter of a master botanist, her true lineage is the subject of dangerous rumor--a spark kindles a lasting bond. But soon their families must confront the rising blood tide of warfare between Catholics and Protestants. Fleeing with only what they can carry, John and Mary are separated and arrive at different times and places in a rapidly growing and changing mid-nineteenth-century Illinois. Years later, John settles into his life as an...
Book cover: The breakaway
Thirty-four-year-old Abby Stern has made it to a happy place. She's at peace with her plus-size body, most of the time, and she's on track to marry her childhood sweetheart, Mark. Yet Abby can't escape the feeling that something isn't right, or the memories of one mind-blowing night spent with a man named Sebastian two years ago. So when Abby gets a last-minute call to lead a group bike trip from New York City to Niagara Falls, she is happy to have time away from Mark and a chance to make up her mind. But on the first day, Abby...
Book cover: Command and control
"For a century, the Panama Canal has served as the path between the seas. Control of this vital waterway is the difference between free trade and chaos in world markets. So when Panamanian President Rafael Botero asks for a show of support against the socialist opposition, his old friend President Jack Ryan can't turn down an invitation to visit the country, but what seems like an ordinary opportunity to preach the values of democracy quickly turns into a nightmare when a full-blown coup d'état erupts. President Ryan and his Secret Service team are cut off and out of communication. In...
Book cover: Don't fear the reaper
"Four years after her tumultuous senior year, Jade Daniels is released from prison right before Christmas when her conviction is overturned. . . . However, that same day, convicted serial killer Dark Mill South, seeking revenge for thirty-eight Dakota men hanged in 1862, escapes from his prison transfer as a blizzard descends just outside of Proofrock"--Provided by publisher.
Book cover: Ice and stone
"When two women are brutally murdered in northern California, their deaths are the latest atrocities in a surge of violence targeting Indigenous women in the area. Despite all evidence to the contrary, local officials rule the deaths isolated incidents, and they soon join the ranks of other unsolved homicides, quickly forgotten by law enforcement. Private Investigator Sharon McCone knows better, and so does the organization known as Crimes Against Indigenous Sisters, which hires Sharon to go undercover in Meruk county, a tiny region on the mountainous Oregon border, to uncover the murderer. In an isolated cabin in the freezing, treacherous...
Book cover: The atlas paradox
"The Atlas Paradox is the long-awaited sequel to Olivie Blake's New York Times bestselling dark academic sensation The Atlas Six--guaranteed to have even more yearning, backstabbing, betrayal, and chaos. Six magicians were presented with the opportunity of a lifetime. Five are now members of the Society. Two paths lay before them. All must pick a side. Alliances will be tested, hearts will be broken, and The Society of Alexandrians will be revealed for what it is: a secret society with raw, world-changing power, headed by a man whose plans to change life as we know it are already under way"--Provided...
Book cover: Extraordinary wing women
"A collection of 33 illustrated stories of famous female friendships and partnerships, showing the power of these relationships"--
Book cover: Zero days
"Hired by companies to break into buildings and hack security systems, Jack and her husband, Gabe, are the best penetration specialists in the business. But after a routine assignment goes horribly wrong, Jack arrives home to find her husband dead. To add to her horror, the police are closing in on their suspect--her. Suddenly on the run and quickly running out of options, Jack must decide who she can trust as she circles closer to the real killer in this unputdownable and heart-pounding mystery from an author whose "propulsive prose keeps readers on the hook and refuses to let anyone...
Book cover: Baumgartner
"Paul Auster's brilliant eighteenth novel opens with a scorched pot of water, which Sy Baumgartner--phenomenologist, noted author, and soon-to-be retired philosophy professor--has just forgotten on the stove. Baumgartner's life had been defined by his deep, abiding love for his wife, Anna, who was killed in a swimming accident nine years earlier. Now 71, Baumgartner continues to struggle to live in her absence as the novel sinuously unfolds into spirals of memory and reminiscence, delineated in episodes spanning from 1968, when Sy and Anna meet as broke students working and writing in New York, through their passionate relationship over the next...
Book cover: The lantern's dance
Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes, hoping for a respite in the French countryside, are instead caught up in a case that turns both bewildering and intensely personal.
Book cover: More is more
"Sharpen your knives and culinary instincts with Molly Baz's no-nonsense maximalist approach to making delicious food. In her debut cookbook, Cook This Book, Molly inspired home chefs to get comfortable with the essentials; and in More Is More, she offers an indispensable guide to encouraging cooks to take more risks and cook with abandon"--
Book cover: Robert Ludlum's The Bourne defiance
"Someone's killing Treadstone agents and Jason Bourne may be next on the list"--
Book cover: Cooking in real life
From the rising star who learned to cook when she worked for Ina Garten and inherited the Barefoot Contessa's intuition for what people want to cook comes a collection of 100 recipes that are cook-pleasing and crowd-pleasing and written with the shopper, chopper and dish-doer in mind.
Book cover: I guess I haven't learned that yet
"New York Times bestselling author Shauna Niequist writes about unexpected loss, change, faith, midlife, and a move to New York City with her signature depth and vulnerability. In this book, she invites us to practice curiosity and self-compassion, to become beginners again, and to rediscover resilience and courage in our own seasons of change"--
Book cover: The white lady
Britain, 1947. This novel follows the former wartime operative Elinor White, veteran of two wars, when she is drawn back into the world of menace she has been desperate to leave behind.
Book cover: Blind search
"Former Army MP Mercy Carr and her retired bomb-sniffing dog Elvis are back in Blind Search, the sequel to the page-turning, critically acclaimed A Borrowing of Bones It's October, hunting season in the Green Mountains-and the Vermont wilderness has never been more beautiful or more dangerous. Especially for nine-year-old Henry, who's lost in the woods. Again. Only this time he sees something terrible. When a young woman is found shot through the heart with a fatal arrow, Mercy thinks that something is murder. But Henry, a math genius whose autism often silences him when he should speak up most, is...
Book cover: What looks like bravery
The author shares how, in the years following her beloved father's death, she denied her suffering and lived with the constant fear of loss that left her terrified of love and intimacy until she set out on a journey to confront the grief she'd been avoiding for so long.
Book cover: Trial
When Malcolm Hill, a black eighteen-year-old voting rights worker, is arrested for murder, white congressman Chase Brevard of Massachusetts finds his life transformed in a single moment by the appearance of Malcolm's photo on the news, enveloping him, Malcolm, and Malcolm's mother in a media firestorm that threatens their lives.
Book cover: Crow Mary
"Married to a white fur trader in 1872, a Crow Native woman has her journey to Saskatchewan interrupted when she steals two guns and saves five Nakota women who were kidnapped by drunken whiskey traders, setting off a culture war"--
Book cover: The cook once dinner fix
"Cassy Joy Garcia, the best-selling author of COOK ONCE, EAT ALL WEEK, is back with an even easier way to get dinner on the table in a hurry. COOK ONCE DINNER FIX provides 120 delicious and healthy recipes, designed so that you're using the leftovers from one recipe to easily and quickly cook a completely different dinner the next night. Cassy Joy Garcia is a busy mom of two, and she wrote this book because it's the way she really cooks at home. She knows that families struggle night after night to get a homecooked meal on the table that...
Book cover: Storm watch
"Wyoming Game Warden Joe Pickett investigates a mysterious death at a secret remote high-tech facility in this riveting new novel from #1 New York Times bestseller C.J. Box"--
Book cover: Outside
Stranded by a snowstorm in the Icelandic highlands, four friends seek shelter in an abandoned hunting lodge where they discover they are not alone, and must come to terms with their past to survive to see their future.
Book cover: In the blood
Former Navy SEAL James Reece relies on allies around the world to track down who is responsible when a Mossad operative dies in a plane explosion.
Book cover: To shape a dragon's breath
"A young, Indigenous woman enters a colonizer-run dragon academy after bonding with a hatchling-and quickly finds herself at odds with the "approved" way of doing things-in the first book of a brilliant new fantasy series. The remote island of Masquapaug has not seen a dragon in many generations-until fifteen-year-old Anequs finds a dragon's egg and bonds with its hatchling. Her people are delighted, for all remember the tales of the days when dragons lived among them and danced away the storms of autumn, enabling the people to thrive. To them, Anequs is revered: a Person Who Belongs to a Dragon....
Book cover: Crow Mary
In 1872, a young Native woman is happily married to a white fur trader. But when he refuses to save five Indigenous women from a gang of whisky traders, she takes matters into her own hands.
Book cover: Chasing the lion
"Chasing the Lion is a globe-spanning thriller that introduces Army Lieutenant General Garrett Sinclair as he and his special ops team race against time to stop the viral spread of a deadly psychoactive nerve agent in the hands of Iranian Quds Force commander General Dariush Parizad, known as The Lion of Tabas. With the inauguration of the nation's first female president rapidly approaching, tensions increase as the crowd is anticipated to be the largest ever, making for a vulnerable target for Parizad. But as Sinclair and his team plumb the depths of their mission, a more personal mystery comes into...
Book cover: The watchmaker's hand
When a New York City construction crane collapses, Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs investigate and find that a political group is behind the sabotage and threatens more unless their demands are met.
Book cover: Daughter of mine
When Hazel Sharp inherits her childhood home, she's drawn back to the town she left behind. When a drought drains a nearby lake, it reveals evidence explaining her mother's disappearance.
Book cover: Island rule
"An angry mother turns into a literal monster. A company in San Francisco can scrub your entire reputation and create a new one…for a price. A failed actor on a reality show turns into an unlikely world savior. And much more. Through each of these twelve interconnected stories, Katie Flynn masterfully blends people, places, and even realities. From a powerful and “radiant” (Kassandra Montag, author of After the Flood) new literary voice to be reckoned with, this collection will stay with you after turn the final page"--Provided by publisher.
Book cover: Homecoming
Called home to care for her grandmother after a fall, Jess, a journalist, discovers a book chronicling the police investigation into an old unsolved murder that has a shocking connection to her family.
Book cover: Sweet enough
"A simple, stylish cookbook full of desserts that come together faster than you can eat them--from the New York Times bestselling author of Dining In and Nothing Fancy. Casual, effortless, chic: These are not words you'd use to describe most desserts. But before Alison Roman made recipes so perfect that they go by one name--The Cookie, The Pasta, The Lemon Cake--she was a restaurant pastry chef who spent most of her time learning to make things the hard way. She studied flavor, technique, precision...and distilled her knowledge to pare all that down into treats that get you the most deliciousness...
Book cover: The latecomer
"From the New York Times bestselling author of The Plot (a Tonight Show Summer Read pick) and You Should Have Known, adapted as HBO's The Undoing, Jean Hanff Korelitz's The Latecomer is the story of three siblings, desperate to escape one another, and the upending of their family by the late arrival of a fourth. The Oppenheimer triplets have been reared with every advantage: wealth, education, and the determined attention of at least one of their parents. But neither Harrison (the smart one), Lewyn (the weird one) nor Sally (the girl) suspects the devastating event that first set their family...
Book cover: Speak of the devil
"Seven women, inextricably linked by one man, must figure out which of them killed him in order to protect each other in this electrifying debut thriller. New Year's Eve, 1999. Seven women are gathered in a hotel room at midnight; a man's head sits in the center of the floor. They all had a motive to kill Jamie Spellman. They all swear they didn't. But in order to protect each other, they have to find out who did. The ex, who drowns out her darkest secret with a hip flask as the woman she loves drifts further away. The wife,...
Book cover: Chasing lakes
"A memoir from permafrost scientist Katey Walter Anthony on her pioneering research studying methane emissions in Arctic lakes-which has made significant contributions to the climate change dialogue-as well as her search for family, faith, and belonging, on her journey to becoming a scientist"--
Book cover: Do tell
"A glittering debut novel set in the golden age of Hollywood, following a former actress whose new career in gossip journalism grants her more power on the page than she ever commanded in front of the camera"--
Book cover: Shiver
"In this propulsive locked-room thriller debut, a reunion weekend in the French Alps turns deadly when five friends discover that someone has deliberately stranded them at their remote mountaintop resort during a snowstorm"--
Book cover: The raging storm
"Fierce winds, dark secrets, deadly intentions. When Jem Rosco--sailor, adventurer, and legend--blows into town in the middle of an autumn gale, the residents of Greystone, Devon, are delighted to have a celebrity in their midst. But just as abruptly as he arrived, Rosco disappears again, and soon his lifeless body is discovered in a dinghy, anchored off Scully Cove, a place with legends of its own. This is an uncomfortable case for Detective Inspector Matthew Venn. Greystone is a place he visited as a child, a community he parted ways with. Superstition and rumor mix with fact as another body...
Book cover: Everyone who can forgive me is dead
"What if everything you know about the worst night of your life turns out not to be true? Nine years ago, with the world's eyes on her, Charlie Colbert fled. The press and the police called Charlie a "witness" to the nightmarish events at her elite graduate school on Christmas Eve-events known to the public as "Scarlet Christmas"-though Charlie knows she was much more than that. Now, Charlie has meticulously rebuilt her life: She's the editor-in-chief of a major magazine, engaged to the golden child of the publishing industry, and hell-bent on never, ever letting her guard down again. But...
Book cover: Forget me never
"Olivia Andrews is locally famous for her blog and podcast, "Forget Me Not: A Crime Victim's Storyboard," which is dedicated to telling the stories of victims of crime. Now, she has a stunning story to tell about a decades-old murder mystery involving a prominent citizen of Pecan Springs-someone who isn't the man everybody thinks he is. But she is killed by a hit-and-run driver while she's out jogging early one morning. Was it an accident-or something else? Her sister wants to know. And Olivia's friend China Bayles also wants to know, urgently. Who is the prominent citizen Olivia was about...
Book cover: The angel maker
"From the New York Times bestselling author of The Whisper Man and The Shadows comes a dark, suspenseful new thriller about the mysteries of fate, the unbreakable bond of siblings, and a notorious serial killer who was said to know the future. Growing up in a beautiful house in the English countryside, Katie Shaw lived a charmed life. At the cusp of graduation, she had big dreams, a devoted boyfriend, and a little brother she protected fiercely. Until the day a violent stranger changed the fate of her family forever. Years later, still unable to live down the guilt surrounding...
Book cover: Dead man's wake
"On the evening of their engagement party, Maine Game Warden Investigator Mike Bowditch and Stacey Stevens witness what seems to be a hit-and-run speedboat crash on a darkened lake. When they arrive at the scene, their spotlight reveals a gruesome sight: a severed arm floating just beneath the surface. As day breaks, the warden dive team recovers not one but two naked corpses: a dismembered man and the married woman with whom he was having an affair. Mike begins to suspect the swimmers' deaths were not a senseless accident but a coldly calculated murder. Meanwhile, the hunt is on for...
Book cover: One of us knows
"Years after a breakdown and a diagnosis of dissociative identity disorder derailed her historical preservationist career, Kenetria Nash and her alters have been given a second chance they can't refuse: a position as resident caretaker of a historic home. Having been dormant for years, Ken has no idea what led them to this isolated Hudson River island, but she's determined not to ruin their opportunity. Then a surprise visit from the home's conservation trust just as a Nor'easter bears down on the island disrupts her newfound life, leaving Ken trapped with a group of possibly dangerous strangers--including the man who...
Book cover: The Book of wilding
"The Book of Wilding is a handbook for how we can all help restore nature. It is ambitious, visionary and pragmatic. The book has grown out of Isabella and Charlie's mission to help rewild Britain, Europe and the rest of the world by sharing knowledge from their pioneering project at Knepp in Sussex. It is inspired by the requests they receive from people wanting to learn how to rewild everything from unprofitable farms, landed estates and rivers, to ponds, allotments, churchyards, urban parks, gardens, window boxes and public spaces"--
Book cover: The future
While a few billionaires lead the world to certain doom, Martha Einkorn, working for a powerful social media mogul hell-bent on controlling everything, and Lai Zhen, an internet-famous survivalist, when their paths unexpectedly cross, work together to prevent the cataclysmic end of civilization.
Book cover: The watchmaker's hand
"When a New York City construction crane mysteriously collapses, causing mass destruction and injury, Rhyme and Sachs are on the case. A political group claims responsibility for the sabotage and threatens another attack in twenty-four hours, unless its demands are met. The clock is ticking. Then a clue reveals to Rhyme that his nemesis, known as the Watchmaker, has come to town to fulfill his promise of murdering the criminalist. Now Rhyme and Sachs have to dodge his brilliant scheme to destroy them both, while racing against time to stop the construction site terrorists. With New York in a panic,...
Book cover: The trail of lost hearts
"Thirty-four-year-old Wren Waters believes that if you pay attention, the universe will send you exactly what you need. But her worldview shatters when the universe delivers two life-altering blows she didn't see coming, and all she wants to do is put the whole heartbreaking mess behind her. No one is more surprised than Wren when she discovers that geocaching--the outdoor activity of using GPS to look for hidden objects--is the only thing getting her out of bed and out of her head. She decides that a weeklong solo quest geocaching in Oregon is exactly what she needs to take back...
Book cover: Storm watch
Wyoming Game Warden Joe Pickett investigates a mysterious death at a remote high-tech facility. With Nate Romanowski being pressured by militant activists, he and Joe may face the danger from opposite sides.
Book cover: Robert B. Parker's fallout
"When two seemingly unconnected mysterious deaths occur on his watch, police chief Jesse Stone must pull out all the stops to unravel the truth and stop a killer from striking again"--
Book cover: The maid
"A charmingly eccentric hotel maid discovers a guest murdered in his bed, turning her once orderly world upside down--and inspiring a motley crew of unexpected allies to band together to solve the mystery--in this utterly original debut. Molly Dunn is not like everyone else. She struggles with social skills and interprets people literally. Her gran used to interpret the world for her, codifying it into simple rules that Molly could live by. Since Gran died a few months ago, twenty-five-year-old Molly has had to navigate life's complexities all by herself. No matter--she throws herself with gusto into her work as...
Book cover: The stars are fire
In October 1947, after a summer long drought, fires break out all along the Maine coast from Bar Harbor to Kittery and are soon racing out of control from town to village. Five months pregnant, Grace Holland is left alone to protect her two toddlers when her husband, Gene, joins the volunteer firefighters. Along with her best friend, Rosie, and Rosie's two young children, Grace watches helplessly as their houses burn to the ground, the flames finally forcing them all into the ocean as a last resort. The women spend the night frantically protecting their children, and in the morning...
Book cover: Antiques foe
"When popular podcaster Nicole Chatterton wants an interview for Killers Caught, true-crime author Vivian Borne is overjoyed. Finally, some recognition for the sleuthing skills the septuagenarian antiques dealer and her daughter Brandy have demonstrated, solving countless crimes in their small hometown of Serenity, Iowa! Dolled up and dressed to the nines, Vivian figures the interview is going swimmingly...until Nicole turns the tables, accusing the mother/daughter duo of committing the very crimes they solved. Shocked and affronted--and with a spiteful tirade captured by the cameras--Vivian breaks off the interview, ejecting the rude podcaster from the premises of the Trash 'n' Treasures...
Book cover: One perfect couple
When the opportunity arises to audition for a reality TV show where they will compete against other couples, Lyla and her boyfriend decide to join. But things go wrong and they must now survive for real.
Book cover: Baking school
"King Arthur's expert teacher-bakers share the secrets of baking bread, pie, pastry, cake, cookies, and more. The King Arthur Baking School has welcomed thousands of students through its doors. The curriculum has evolved over the years, but many of the original instructors remain, becoming experts not just at baking, but at teaching baking. Now they've brought those lessons to these pages, illustrated throughout with stunning color photography. The chapters in The Baking School Cookbook are organized to flow best through lessons and techniques, from Yeast Breads to Sourdough; Laminated Pastries to Pies & Tarts; Cookies to Cake. So much of...
Book cover: Tom Clancy red winter
"In this previously untold adventure, a young Jack Ryan goes behind the Iron Curtain to seek the truth about a potential Soviet defector in the most shocking entry in Tom Clancy's #1 New York Times bestselling series"--
Book cover: Zero days (Playaway)
The New York Times bestselling "new Agatha Christie" (Air Mail) Ruth Ware returns with this adrenaline-fueled thriller that combines Mr. and Mrs. Smith with The Fugitive about a woman in a race against time to clear her name and find her husbands murderer. Hired by companies to break into buildings and hack security systems, Jack and her husband, Gabe, are the best penetration specialists in the business. But after a routine assignment goes horribly wrong, Jack arrives home to find her husband dead. To add to her horror, the police are closing in on their suspect--her. Suddenly on the run...
Book cover: The Churchill sisters (Playaway)
"Bright, attractive, and well-connected, in any other family the Churchill girls--Diana, Sarah, Marigold, and Mary--would have shone. But they were not in another family, they were Churchills, and neither they nor anyone else could ever forget it. From their father--'the greatest Englishman'--to their brother, golden boy Randolph, to their eccentric and exciting cousins, the Mitford sisters, they were surrounded by a clan of larger-than-life characters, which often saw them overlooked. While Marigold died too young to achieve her potential, the other daughters lived lives full of passion, drama, and tragedy. Diana, intense and diffident; Sarah, glamorous and stubborn; Mary, dependable...
Book cover: Hawk Mountain
Single father Todd is relaxing at the beach with his son, Anthony, when he catches sight of a man approaching from the water's edge. As the man draws closer, Todd recognizes him as Jack, who bullied Todd relentlessly in their teenage years, but now seems overjoyed to have "run into" his old friend. Jack suggests a meal to catch up. And can he spend the night? As Jack invades Todd's life, pain and intimidation from the past unearth knife-edge suspense in the present.
Book cover: Deep freeze
After surviving a bus accident, veteran John Reiff awakens in the hospital alive and suspicious that the doctors aren’t telling him something.
Book cover: The day tripper
After an altercation with a former childhood bully leaves him bruised, bloody and almost drowning in the Thames, 20-something Alex Dean wakes up each day in a different year and must piece together what happens in his life after that fateful night to save himself and the people he loves most.
Book cover: The neuroscience of you
"From University of Washington professor Chantel Prat comes The Neuroscience of You, a rollicking adventure into the human brain that reveals the surprising truth about neuroscience, shifting our focus from what's average to an understanding of how every brain is different, exactly why our quirks are important, and what this means for each of us. With style and wit, Chantel Prat takes us on a tour of the meaningful ways that our brains are dissimilar from one another. Using real-world examples, along with take-them-yourself tests and quizzes, she shows you how to identify the strengths and weakness of your own...
Book cover: How not to age
"Uncover the evidence-based science to slowing the effects of aging, from the New York Times bestselling author of the How Not to Die series When Dr. Michael Greger, founder of NutritionFacts.org, dove into the top peer-reviewed anti-aging medical research, he realized that diet could regulate every one of the most promising strategies for combating the effects of aging. We don't need Big Pharma to keep us feeling young-we already have the tools. In How Not to Age, the internationally renowned physician and nutritionist breaks down the science of aging and chronic illness and explains how to help avoid the diseases...
Book cover: The Chinese groove
"Anne Tyler meets Jade Chang in this buoyant, good-hearted, and sharply written novel about a blithely optimistic immigrant with big dreams, dire prospects, and a fractured extended family in need of his help--even if they don't know it yet. Eighteen-year-old Shelley, born into a much-despised branch of the Zheng family in Yunnan Province and living in the shadow of his widowed father's grief, dreams of bigger things. Buoyed by an exuberant heart and his cousin Deng's tall tales about the United States, Shelley heads to San Francisco to claim his destiny, confident that any hurdles will be easily overcome by...
Book cover: The women
"'Women can be heroes, too.' When twenty-year-old nursing student Frances "Frankie" McGrath hears these unexpected words, it is a revelation. Raised on idyllic Coronado Island and sheltered by her conservative parents, she has always prided herself on doing the right thing, being a good girl. But in 1965 the world is changing, and she suddenly imagines a different choice for her life. When her brother ships out to serve in Vietnam, she impulsively joins the Army Nurse Corps and follows his path. As green and inexperienced as the men sent to Vietnam to fight, Frankie is overwhelmed by the chaos...
Book cover: When you are mine
"Philomena McCarthy is a young, ambitious police officer with the elite Metropolitan Police in London. When she responds to a domestic violence call, she finds the victim, Tempe Brown, trying to protect her abuser, a married man named Darren Goodall, a decorated Scotland Yard detective afraid of no one. As Philomena pursues the case against him, she not only encounters resistance from her police force colleagues but also becomes dangerously entangled with the victim - who is not at all whom she appears to be - much to the increasing endangerment of herself and Henry, her fiancé. Complicating matters is...
Book cover: Oh William! (Playaway)
"Lucy Barton is a writer, but her ex-husband, William, remains a hard man to read. William, she confesses, has always been a mystery to me. Another mystery is why the two have remained connected after all these years. They just are. So Lucy is both surprised and not surprised when William asks her to join him on a trip to investigate a recently uncovered family secret--one of those secrets that rearrange everything we think we know about the people closest to us."--
Book cover: Gilded mountain
Sylvie Pelletier recounts the story of leaving her family's snowbound mountain cabin to work in the local manor house for the Padgetts, owners of the marble mining company that employs her father and dominates the town. Outside the manor walls, Moonstone is roiling with discontent. A handsome union organizer, along with labor leader Mary Harris "Mother" Jones, is stirring up the quarry workers. The editor of the local newspaper, a bold woman who takes Sylvie on as apprentice, is publishing unflattering accounts of the Padgett Company. Threats of violence permeate the air. Sylvie navigates between vastly different worlds, and struggles...
Book cover: The mystery of the sorrowful maiden
In the spring of 1853, PI Laetitia Rodd takes a case that plunges her into the scandalous world of the theater where she becomes embroiled in family politics and rivalries that put the Capulets and Montagues to shame.
Book cover: Watch her fall
A successful ballet dancer is threatened by a jealous stalker.
Book cover: Go as a river
"A riveting and deeply moving debut--a love story in the spirit of Where the Crawdads Sing--that is both a stunning exploration of the natural world and an unforgettable coming-of-age novel. Victoria Nash is just a teenager in the 1940s, but she runs the household on her family's peach farm in the ranch town of Iola, Colorado--the sole surviving female in a family of troubled men. Wilson Moon is a young drifter with a mysterious past, displaced from his tribal land in the Four Corners region, who wants to believe one place is just like another. When Victoria encounters Wil on...
Book cover: The wealth money can't buy
"A groundbreaking book redefining success to show readers how they can create truly abundant and fulfilling lives by following Sharma's 8 Forms of Wealth model--from the #1 international bestselling author, speaker, YouTuber, and leadership expert"--
Book cover: Billie Starr's book of sorries
"Shimmering with rage and sparkling with subtle humor, Billie Starr's Book of Sorries showcases Edgar Award-nominee Deborah E. Kennedy's singular voice as Jenny, a heroine in the vein of Olive Kitteridge and Miles Roby in Empire Falls, and shines a light on the town of Benson, Indiana, where lakes, grudges, and family rifts run deep - but so does a mother's love. Sometimes, a woman has to rescue herself. Jenny Newberg, Queen of Bad Decisions, is about to make another one. In a small town where everyone knows everyone's business, down-on-her-luck single mother Jenny is on a first-name basis with...
Book cover: Absolution
In Saigon in 1963, two young American wives form a wary alliance and descend on hospitals, orphanages, and a leper colony on the coast, determined to relieve suffering, no matter the cost.
Book cover: Black wolf
"Antonia Scott has an unusually gifted mind, able to see what others miss, able to solve the crimes that baffle all others. The only thing she fears is herself. Antonia is the lynchpin of the Red Queen project, created to work behind the scenes to solve the most devious and dangerous crimes. But she is unwilling to move past the last case, convinced it's related to a personal tragedy, until a series of deadly events pulls her back in. In southern Spain, in the Costa del Sol, a key mafia figure is found brutally murdered in his villa, his pregnant...
Book cover: Journeys north
"True story of six thru-hikers whose journeys cross and eventually combine in a thrilling finale"--
Book cover: Listen for the lie
"What would you do if you thought you murdered your best friend? And if everyone else thinks so too? What if the truth doesn't matter? As Lucy Chase's Texas hometown begins to tell versions of what happened and who Lucy is to a nationwide, true crime obsessed audience, at the bequest of her grandmother, she returns to the place she vowed never to set foot in again to solve her friend's murder, even if she is the one that did it"--
Book cover: Death doesn't forget
Taipei is rocked by the back-to-back murders of a recent lottery winner and a police captain just as the city is preparing to host the big Austronesian Cultural Festival, which has brought in indigenous performers from all around the Pacific Rim to the island nation of Taiwan. Jing-nan, the proprietor of Unknown Pleasures, a popular food stand at Taipei's largest night market, is thrown into the intrigue. Is he being set up to take the rap, or will he be the next victim?
Book cover: A stolen child
"After months of training, former Long Island homicide detective Maggie D'arcy is now officially a Garda. She's finally settling into life in Ireland and so is her teenage daughter, Lilly. Maggie may not be a detective yet, but she's happy with her community policing assignment in Dublin's Portobello neighborhood. When she and her partner find former model and reality tv star Jade Elliot murdered--days after responding to a possible domestic violence disturbance at her apartment--they also discover Jade's toddler daughter missing. Shorthanded thanks to an investigation into a gangland murder in the neighborhood, Maggie's friend, Detective Inspector Roly Byrne, brings...
Book cover: Secluded cabin sleeps six
For three couples, a dreamy weekend at a luxury cabin is about to turn into a nightmare. A storm is brewing. The host is too present. The house has a dark history. And the friends all have secrets.
Book cover: The women
"When twenty-year-old nursing student Frances "Frankie" McGrath hears these unexpected words, it is a revelation. Raised on idyllic Coronado Island and sheltered by her conservative parents, she has always prided herself on doing the right thing, being a good girl. But in 1965 the world is changing, and she suddenly imagines a different choice for her life. When her brother ships out to serve in Vietnam, she impulsively joins the Army Nurse Corps and follows his path. As green and inexperienced as the men sent to Vietnam to fight, Frankie is overwhelmed by the chaos and destruction of war, as...
Book cover: Wolf pack
After Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett is ordered to ignore the activities of a wealthy poacher by the FBI and DOJ, four vicious killers working on behalf of a cartel target the man and everyoneincluding Joe--who is associated with him.
Book cover: 1979
Allie Burns is a young investigative journalist whose work leads her into a world of corruption, terror, and murder. Striking up an alliance with budding investigative journalist Danny Sullivan, Allie begins covering international tax fraud and a group of Scottish ultranationalists aiming to cause mayhem ahead of a referendum on breaking away from the United Kingdom. Their stories quickly get attention and create enemies for the two young up-and-comers. As they get closer to the bleeding edge of breaking news, Allie and Danny may find their own lives on the line.
Book cover: Home at night
"Beware the blackbirds... It's Halloween in Vermont, winter is coming, and five humans, two dogs, and a cat are a crowd in Mercy Carr's small cabin. She needs more room--and she knows just the place: Grackle Tree Farm, with thirty acres of woods and wetlands and a Victorian manor to die for. They say it's haunted by the ghosts of missing children and lost poets and a murderer or two, but Mercy loves it anyway. Even when Elvis finds a dead body in the library. There's something about Grackle Tree Farm that people are willing to kill for--and Mercy needs...
Book cover: The white lady (Playaway)
The White Lady introduces yet another extraordinary heroine/sleuth from Jacqueline Winspear, creator of the best-selling Maisie Dobbs series. This heart-stopping adventure follows the coming of age and maturity of former wartime operative Elinor White--veteran of two wars, trained killer, protective of her anonymity--when she is drawn back into the world of violence she has been desperate to leave behind. A reluctant ex-spy with demons of her own, Elinor finds herself facing down one of the most dangerous organized crime gangs in London, and exposing corruption from Scotland Yard to the highest levels of government. Post-World War II Britain, 1947. Forty-one-year-old...
Book cover: The Order
Gabriel Allon is called to investigate the death of Pope Paul VII, as some insiders believe the death was actually a murder after the pope found a long-suppressed gospel in the Vatican secret archives.
Book cover: All the dead shall weep
Sisters Lizbeth Rose and Felicia, as well as brothers Eli and Peter, are reunited in Texoma, only to break apart before the Wizard's Ball held in San Diego, which will determine all their fates.
Book cover: The sanctuary
While staying in Bornholm for the winter, Jeppe Kørner is drawn into a sinister mystery rooted in the past when an investigation into a severed corpse in Copenhagen leads Anette Werner to this seemingly peaceful refuge, and together they must unravel the island's secrets to stop a brutal killer.
Book cover: The last flight
"Fans of Lisa Jewell and Liv Constantine will love The Last Flight, a novel focusing on two women who meet in an airport, both alone, both scared, and both urgently needing an escape from their lives. Claire Cook has a husband whose temper burns as bright as his promising political career, and she has worked for months on a plan to get out. A chance meeting in an airport bar brings her together with a stranger equally as desperate. Together they hatch a plan to switch tickets - Claire taking Eva's flight to Oakland, and Eva traveling to Puerto Rico...
Book cover: Crying in H Mart
"From the indie rockstar of Japanese Breakfast fame, and author of the viral 2018 New Yorker essay that shares the title of this book, an unflinching, powerful memoir about growing up Korean-American, losing her mother, and forging her own identity. In this exquisite story of family, food, grief, and endurance, Michelle Zauner proves herself far more than a dazzling singer, songwriter, and guitarist. With humor and heart, she tells of growing up the only Asian-American kid at her school in Eugene, Oregon; of struggling with her mother's particular, high expectations of her; of a painful adolescence; of treasured months spent...
Book cover: There should have been eight
"Seven friends. One sprawling mansion half in ruins. One last long weekend together. No more lies. Someone is going to confess. Because there should've been eight."--
Book cover: The elephant of Belfast
"The Elephant of Belfast chronicles a seven-month period of time when the Germans unexpectedly bombed Belfast, Northern Ireland, also known as the Belfast Blitz. Through the lens of the Bellevue Zoo and one of its zookeepers, twenty-year-old Hettie Quin, the novel animates how the war irrevocably impacted-and shaped the lives of Belfast's citizens in broad and intimate ways. In October 1940, Hettie meets Violet, a three-year-old Asian elephant arriving at the Belfast docks from Ceylon. Soon, she becomes Violet's dedicated zookeeper at the Bellevue Zoo. At the same time, Hettie continues to experience the grief related to the recent loss...
Book cover: Rising tiger
America's top spy, Scot Harvath, with democracy itself hanging in the balance, is thrust into a completely unfamiliar culture where he can trust no one as he fights to take down the country's most powerful enemy--and for his life.
Book cover: Toad
"A previously unpublished novel of the reflections of a deeply scarred and reclusive woman from the cult icon Katherine Dunn, author of Geek Love"--
Book cover: The dark that doesn't sleep
In 1967, at a secret American military base located under the ice in Greenland, psychiatrist and CIA consultant Jack Miller must uncover Private Connor Murphy’s memories to unravel a mystery surrounding the events of a deadly storm that claimed the life of two soldiers and soon realizes nothing is as it seems.
Book cover: Silver nitrate
"A meld of Mexican horror movies and Nazi occultism: a dark thriller about the curse that haunts a legendary lost film--and awakens one woman's hidden powers"--
Book cover: Enter ghost
After years away from her family's homeland and reeling from a disastrous love affair, actress Sonia Nasir returns to Haifa to visit her older sister Haneen. This is her first trip back since the second intifada and the deaths of their grandparents: while Haneen made a life here commuting to Tel Aviv to teach at the university, Sonia remained in London to focus on her acting career and now dissolute marriage. On her return, she finds her relationship to Palestine is fragile, both bone-deep and new.
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