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Dogwood
In the small town of Dogwood, West Virginia, Karin has buried her shattered dreams by settling for a faithful husband whose emotional distance from her deep passions and conflicts leaves her isolated. Loaded with guilt, she tries to raise three small children and "do life" the best she can. Will returns to Dogwood intent on pursuing the only woman he has ever loved--only to find there is far more standing in his way than lost years in prison. The secrets of Will and Karin's past begin to emerge ... more info>>
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Doing Good
Jane Lofton may have grown up as a nobody, but she didn't stay one for long. Not once she figured out that hard work, tenacity and blond ambition were a girl's best friend. Of course, having the right husband doesn't hurt, either. But being rich and successful is not all it's cracked up to be. Okay, maybe it isbut life is still tough.Jane is so busy rescheduling her next liposuction, shopping for clothes she doesn't need and bragging about her latest real estate sale that she hasn't noticed the ... more info>>
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Doors: Stories of Five Strong Women
RD Larson, author of Evil Angel and Mama Tried to Raise a Lady, exposes us to different times and different problems in these five stories. The brave women use whatever they can just to survive. Share their lives and their solutions. Read Doors, Stories of Five Strong Women now.
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Doxology
Rhett Butler, the runt of a litter of dachshunds, is born with magical healing powers. Working with his master he begins to heel various infirmities until the AMA learns about him and goes after him for actually healing patients. What was this dog? Why did he have such healing powers? Was he a dyslexic's version of God? Or was Jesus too busy walking around another Holy Land on some other planet and the best Earth could get was Christ's dog? Doxology attempts to answer such theological quest... more info>>
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Dream Carver
Despite ill-fortune and betrayal, Michael McKevett vows to continue carving carousels, a craft that brings joy and peace to his Irish soul. This art symbolizes everything good that vanished from Michael's life when his greatest passion, Caitlin O'Leary, betrayed him for his enemy Mason Armfield. Michael's determination to realize great dreams and ambitions brings him to a crossroad where he must decide if Ireland is his future or if the great land of America will bring peace back to his life and... more info>>
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Drifting South
Shady doesn't exist anymore. Neither does Benjamin Purdue. In a single day he lost his family, his love, his freedom and even his name for reasons he's never known. Now after spending twenty-one years in prison for crimes he didn't commit, the young man he used to be is dead. And the man he's become is no one he--or anyone else--would ever want to know. With only fifty dollars of state money in his pocket, Henry Cole, aka Benjamin Purdue, journeys back to the dangerous outlaw settlement hidden d... more info>>
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E I E I O
Old MacDonald had a farm, E I E I O And on this farm he had some pigs E I E I O With a hack hack here, and a chop chop there, Here a shriek, there a scream Everywhere the blood streams... Old MacDonald had a farm, E I E I O In rural Georgia in 1931, a man was lucky to get any kind of work. Which was why Cletus Pink felt he'd been blessed when an old farmer named MacDonald offered him a job. But what was making the horrific sounds coming from the main house? Worse, why was there always f... more info>>
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Eagles
They are intoxicating seductresses willing to do anything--absolutely anything--for love; however, these women can't rival the military aspirations of their men. The women try to fill the holes left in their hearts, but how much longer can they survive loneliness and rejection? How do they take possession of their men's hearts, hearts that only have room for the liberating expanse of the sky? The only way they can reach their stuck-in-the-clouds men is to use illicit affairs, sinful seduction, a... more info>>
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Eagles Cry Blood
While too many soldiers are fighting for the brass in the midst of the sanguineous Vietnam battles, Lt. Paul Bourne is compelled to fight the enemy for his country's freedom. But when he comes up against his captain--a man driven by selfishness and a desire for recognition and glory, Bourne is even more determined to destroy the enemy--even if this means sacrificing his life.
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Echoes of Ellen
On the first anniversary of his wife's death, a widower finally begins removing his wife's things from their room with the help of his sister-in-law. The job nearly completed, his sister-in-law calls his attention to three boxes apparently hidden by his wife under their bed. He did not know they existed, and therefore what was in them. When he reads the stories, he begins to recognize similarities between characters in the stories and people he and Ellen had met, places they had been, and life s... more info>>
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Elusive Don Bufon
When Senor Gomez decides to hunt after the infamous bandit Don Bufon, otherwise known as "The Humorist," he finds more than he bargained for in a thrilling battle of wits against the backdrop of the Wild West.
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Emma's Camp
Recovering from the kidnapping and death of his wife, James an ex-pat Englishman, builds a safari camp in the rugged wilds of Mozambique. He tries to find peace but is thrust into conflict with poaching, intimidation, and local superstition. The darkness of Africa threatens those he loves and everything he cares for. He must confront the poachers, the men that stole his wife, and combat the local superstitions that condemn him. Events force him to fight for his friends and for the future of Afri... more info>>
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Endless Things: A Part of AEgypt
This is the fourth novel--and much-anticipated conclusion--of John Crowley's astonishing and lauded AEgypt sequence: a dense, lyrical meditation on history, alchemy, and memory. Spanning three centuries, and weaving together the stories of Renaissance magician John Dee, philosopher Giordano Bruno, and present-day itinerant historian and writer Pierce Moffett, the AEgypt sequence is as richly significant as Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet or Anthony Powell's Dance to the Music of Time. Crow... more info>>
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Entering Ephesus
This novel, about three school-aged sisters, originally published by Viking Press 20 years ago, was hailed by the critics, made Time magazine's "Ten Best Fiction List" in 1971, and won the Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction in 1972. A British edition by Chatto and Windus in 1972 was equally praised, as the following review excerpt attests: "As formulas for happiness go, there's a lot to be said for shared adversity; and if this can be enriched with a touch of group paranoia, so much the happie... more info>>
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Fallen Sparrows
Poetry. Powerful vocabulary, rhyme, rhythm; quotable. Much history. Thomas Russell Wingate, historian by profession, capitalist by conviction and temperament, has lived in Salt Lake City since he left California in 1975. He is very married and rejoices in his posterity.
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Family Matters
The setting of Family Matters is Bombay, mid-1990s. Nariman Vakeel, suffering from Parkinson's disease, is the elderly patriarch of a small, discordant family. In a building called Chateau Felicity, he and his two middle-aged stepchildren--Coomy, bitter and domineering, and her just-younger brother, Jal, mild mannered and acquiescent--occupy a once-elegant apartment whose ruin is progressing as rapidly as Nariman's disease. Coomy has "rules to govern every aspect of [Nariman's] shrunken life," b... more info>>
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Farley Brothers Drugs & Sundries
Farley Brothers Drugs & Sundries is a collection of short stories set in small towns. Sissy, tomboy protagonist in the title story, types wills for a lawyer, pitches softball, and yearns for "a life." Her yearnings bubble to spill-over point when not one, but two eligible men move to town and put the moves on her. In "Allie's Daring Adventure," a middle-aged housewife decides to add zing to her love life and plots to seduce her fisherman husband. "Cousin Stan Turns on the Charm" features Stan, w... more info>>
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Finding Dr. Right
It was a question Catherine Wilson had asked herself--when would she stop worrying about her son and start focusing on life? The truth was she was scared her son would relapse; scared she had forgotten how to live; scared the emotions one particular man brought to life would lead to heartbreak. Catherine wanted to be brave. And accepting Nathan Conners into her family's life was one of the toughest decisions she had to make. Because if she wasn't careful, Nathan would not only make Catherine bel... more info>>
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Finding Love Again
Samantha had it all--a happy marriage and a striving small business. Then her husband Mark died. Convinced no man could compare to the big, handsome love of her life, she feared she would spend the rest of her life without love. After her grief subsided, to appease her best friend, she agreed to a blind date. Don Westen was nice enough, but he was nothing like her lost love. Mark had been a manly carpenter. Don managed a bookstore and liked to cook! He was definitely not her type. And they bo... more info>>
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First Tiger
When a car crash takes a life, to whom does the tragedy really happen--the wife who dies? The husband who was driving? Or the six-year-old son sitting in the back seat? Author George Harrar explores this provocative question in his debut novel, set in the arts colony of New Hope, Pennsylvania, on the Delware River. The book begins 10 years after the accident when Jake Paine, now 16, comes home after almost a year as a runaway. His return sparks painful memories in his father, a man verging on a ... more info>>
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Fishing in the Sky
What distinguishes this remarkable narrative from other accounts of personal growth is not just its vivid and intimate picture of West African life, but the fact that its author embarked on his adventure at an age when most men and women are resigned to life in a rocking chair. At age sixty-six, after the break-up of a stormy marriage, Donald Lawder begins a new life as a volunteer teacher for the Peace Corps in the impoverished country of Mali, in West Africa. He is adopted by a Moslem family, ... more info>>
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Five Women in Black
Why do some very intelligent women make such poor choices when it comes to romance? And how do they become embroiled in devious plots not of their making? Rea Parker knows. She's been there, done that. Five Women in Black is her story.
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Flaherty's Crossing
Successful yet emotionally stifled artist Kate Flaherty stands at the deathbed of her estranged father, conflicted by his morphine-induced confession of his part in her mother's death. While racing home, Kate's car mishap leads her to a soul-searching discussion with a lone diner employee, prompting Kate to confront the true reasons her marriage hangs in the balance. When her night takes an expected turn, however, she flees for her life, a life desperate for faith that can only be found through ... more info>>
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Flashes in the Pan: Fifty Short Stories for the Impatient
Flashes in the Pan, Fifty Short Stories for the Impatient, by Raymond Grant is a pithy little book that should be onboard when you're standing in a long, slow line, waiting on a download or upload, or killing time while TV commercials drone on. During any one of these exasperating instances, catch a flash--read a short story--let your spirit soar.
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Flood: A Saga
A catastrophic flood destroys a farm that has been in a family for three generations. Follow the story of this family and the impact the flood has on the land and the wildlife that live on it.
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