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Creatures of the Covenant [Broken Covenant Series Book 1]
Creatures of the Covenant is a novel about the animal rights movement. Deacon Tremont, assisted by his girlfriend Clare and a burnt-out old hippie named Francis, establishes a no-kill sanctuary for animals in remote Utah. The sanctuary becomes known within the movement as the Furball Hotel. When Deacon launches his own undercover operation against the Institute for Dietary Freedom--a conglomerate which supplies meat products to fast food franchises--he runs up against an opponent who will stop a... more info>>
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Creola's Moonbeam
"My decision was firm. Sliding out of bed, I jumped into my warm-up suit and running shoes. I grabbed my manuscript from the bedside table, tiptoed down the hall, and hurried out the kitchen door. Lifting the garbage can lid, I hurled the papers into a smelly stew of last night's meat loaf, coffee grounds, egg shells, rice, and butter beans. "Good riddance to you!" Honey Newberry, a successful Atlanta writer, has been hit by a double whammy: Writer's block and the middle-age crazies. She heads f... more info>>
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Critters of Mossy Creek
Small town Southern romance, mystery, humor and gossip return in Book Seven of the beloved Mossy Creek Hometown Series. If you love Mayberry you'll love Mossy Creek. There's sexy mayor Ida Walker, handsome police chief Amos Royden, lonely coffee shop barista Jayne Reynolds, hunky chef Win Allen, town gossip columnist Katie Belle, psychic decorator Josie Rutherford, longtime Santa Ed Brady, feisty police officer Sandy Bottoms Crane, mystery maven Peggy Caldwell, and many more. In THE CRITTERS OF ... more info>>
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Crown of Laurel
What happens when your dreams come face to face with economic reality? Do you compromise, lower your sights and find a way to some measure of comfort through a lower level of achievement? Or, do you stick doggedly to your course even though it promises no certain reward and may lead to total failure? Deborah and Lawrence both face the decision to compromise or to pursue their goals with no thought for the consequences. The fortune of one proceeds by compromise and ends in comfort. That of th... more info>>
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Cuba Run
A father must sail to the forbidden island of Cuba to rescue his headstrong daughter, operating as an undercover agent for a Cuban exile group, from the Secret Police.
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Daddy in the Making
Dr. Jake McClure's basset hound has fallen in love. With a single mom, her adorable twins and the orphaned kittens they rescued. Man's best friend suddenly won't budge from Jeannie Broussard's home-and Jake can understand why. Jeannie's place is full of love, laughter and everything Jake has been missing in his life lately. As Jake spends time with Jeannie and her girls, a bond forges between them, and soon Jake is wondering if he's the perfect fit in this fatherless family....
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Dakota Father
It broke Jenny Archibald's heart to lose her best friend, Lena, to a fever—Jenny's not about to let any harm come to two-year-old Meggie, Lena's orphaned daughter. Jenny will take Meggie to the girl's uncle in Dakota Territory. And if Jenny's parents won't let her leave without her promise to marry a man of their choosing on her return, then that's a trade Jenny's willing to make. But she never expected to lose her heart to Meggie, to the wild beauty of the frontier…or to Burke Edwards, Meggie's... more info>>
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Dance Lesson and Other Stories
All her life Manda has wanted to dance the ballet, but love and fate have placed her in a cold New York City tenement with a practical husband who finds it hard enough to raise them out of poverty, much harder to consider her dreams of the dance. On a snowy, lonely New York morning, Manda learns a lesson much deeper than the stage can teach her. This and more--of love, laughter and suspense in areas as diverse as Las Vegas and the American South-- will keep you on the edge of your chair or send ... more info>>
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Dancing In Circles
Bakersfield, California, 1952: Minnie Capstan, afraid of change and ready to fight to hold on to her safe familiar place in her parents' overcrowded household, not only embraces change, she ends up leaving in its company. Part Yokut Indian, part Russian Jew, and on the edge of turning eighteen, Minnie will venture beyond the city limits of Bakersfield with an eccentric collection of carnies. But it isn't the carnival's owner, a lady who keeps her beloved late husband's ashes in a mayonnaise jar,... more info>>
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Danger on Her Doorstep
Her father's death didn't seem suspicious. Yet Maggie Arnold can't deny that there's something odd about the old Victorian house he was working on when he died. The house that Maggie has now inherited. All she wants is to finish the renovations, sell the house and leave Holyoake, Iowa…but that's easier said than done. The only handyman in town who steps up to help her is Gideon Bromley—a man no one in Holyoake wants to trust. And just beyond every corner hides the person determined to keep them ... more info>>
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Dark Lies
What dark secret was she hiding? When the Otherworld Crime Unit reconvenes to investigate a ritualistic murder, werewolf Jace Jericho can barely set aside his past--and his hatred of humanity--to work with the team's newest member. As far as Jace is concerned, police rookie Tala Channing has two strikes against her: one, she's human, and two, something about her drives him wild with desire... Forced to work side by side with Tala, deep into the witching hours, Jace struggles to keep his primal i... more info>>
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Dawn of the Century
In Volume One of The American Chronicles, Robert Vaughan panoramically evokes America at the beginning of the Twentieth century, poised on the brink of greatness and fraught with the tumult of rapid change. A time of robber-baron industrialists and rapid territorial expansion both at home and abroad, the new music called "ragtime" is the soundtrack for a confident nation of ambitious dreamers. It is 1904 and the nation's eyes are on the St.Louis World's Fair, which features an astounding variety... more info>>
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Daydreams and Diaries
For Taylor Black, that Friday night was like any other in her senior year in high school. A quick dip in the shower then off to see her girlfriends and boyfriend Jeff. Just another Friday night in a small Florida town until she blacked out in the shower and her mom rushed her to the emergency room and another life: one of brain scans and surgeries, chemotherapy, 60 Minutes, hospitals and hospice. Something that always happened to someone else happened to her and to her family as well. Taylor... more info>>
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De Niro's Game: A Novel
WINNER OF THE 2008 INTERNATIONAL IMPAC DUBLIN LITERARY PRIZE De Niro's Game plunges readers into the timely story of two young men caught in Lebanon's civil war. Bassam and George, best friends in childhood, have grown to adulthood in war-torn Beirut. Now they must choose their futures: to stay in the city and consolidate power through crime, or to go into exile abroad, alienated from the only existence they have known. Told in a distinctive, captivating voice that fuses vivid cinematic imagery ... more info>>
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Dead Move: Kate Morgan and the Haunting Mystery of Coronado
The Kate Morgan story is a true-life mystery--an enigma, a 'riddle of the sands'--involving a famous ghost that even today still haunts a great resort in a spectacular tourist destination. On Thanksgiving Day, 1892, a beautiful and graceful young woman checked in alone at the Hotel del Coronado near San Diego, California. She signed in under a false name, and to this day her real identity has not been established beyond doubt. Five days later, she was found dead of a gunshot wound to the head on... more info>>
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Deals
James is determined to provide a comfortable life for his family, but when his college degree fails to provide the goods he finds himself making deals he hadn't ever imagined.
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Death of the Apocalypse
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse appear in New York. Death breaks away and unleashes havoc on the city, while detectives try to stop him
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Deathbird Stories
Harlan Ellison's masterwork of myth and terror as he seduces all innocence on a mind-freezing odyssey into the darkest reaches of mortal terror and the most dazzling heights of Olympian hell in his finest collection.
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Deathlessness: 60 Poems of Temporal Death & Everlasting Life
Deathlessness is about experiencing life's many travails and death itself, and suffering the aftermath of those we lose to death.
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Delinquency Report
A young boy loses his belief in Santa and turns to petty shoplifting with the belief that it no longer matters if he's naughty or nice. The lesson he learns as a result is more valuable than anything he could steal. A short holiday story from our Nibs literary line.
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Desert Blues
On the fifth day of July, 1957, Harold Abelstein's father, Norman, tried to make a U-turn on the Pasadena Freeway. A short time later, Harold awoke in a hospital bed battered and parentless. That was bad enough. Worse was that his remaining relative was Aunt Enid and everything about Aunt Enid embarrassed him. Wearing too much make up and not enough clothes, she talked loudly and touched everyone, especially Harold. He didn't like being touched. Having to deal with each other, Harold and Enid ar... more info>>
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Desert Kings [Deathlands #81]
BURNING EMBRACE.... More than a century past the fiery dawn of post-nuclear America, Ryan Cawdor and his companions journey across a land lost yet reborn, where lawless violence and human perseverance clash, and unsolved mysteries hint at redemption. Though hope lingers under the blood and the dust, looking blindly toward the future is the surest way to get killed. Staying hard and cold for today is the only way to survive.... NEMESIS RISING.... Traversing the terrain of Utah, Ryan Cawdor and hi... more info>>
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Dispatches From a Found Notebook
A teacher and a tattered notebook would seem to have little in common, but both carry stories of loss and desperation. The teacher longs to reclaim his integrity. The notebook's writer yearns to rise from ruin. The events of one day will allow their paths to cross, and provide each a chance to give the other what he most desires. [Cover art Sonia Grineva]
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Divine Redemption
Sometimes redemption is the only salvation needed to forgive yourself. In his first selfless act, Donald Write takes a bullet for Daniel Allen. Now he's changed his name and moved across the country to live with Daniel's family, whose welcoming home reception wasn't very warm. Jacqueline is Daniel's daughter. This soft spoken, well dressed lady soon teaches Donald that looks can be deceiving and her heart can be his if he's willing to open up and except her gift of love. Donald hadn't counted... more info>>
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Doggie Biscuit!
Biscuit truly relates to people with ever fiber of his little doggie heart, even to having a human girl friend, getting tickets for reckless driving and sampling Viagra pills. Who could resist a dog story like this?
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