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Grin and Bear It
Stacy Kavanaugh's life has been the pits lately. Six months ago--okay, six months, one week and two days, but who's counting?--her husband left her for an exotic dancer. The property settlement negotiations have been downright ugly. And exhausting. Stacy has had enough. She's ready to throw in the towel. And the pasta machine, too. But you know what they say about the best laid plans. Her attorney calls to tell her that Daniel is now threatening to ask for half of her business in the property se... more info>>
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Gringa
This is a novel about Abilene Painter, a young woman with a drab Texas past whose fate leads her to Mexico. Here she becomes the mistress of a powerful bullfighter and rancher, Antonio Velez. Abilene is a study in the pathology of passivity, a woman who has never thought she's had real choices. She toys with risk, playing games with men who belong to Tonio. It is also 1968, a time of student uprisings and massive demonstrations in Mexico City. Abilene, seduced by the danger, walks a fine line.
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GUN TRAIL
Ya gotta love these westerns! Wonderfully written in a way that draws you into the story right from the beginning. Rock Wesley and two ranchhands are moving fifteen Morgan mares back to Wesley's ranch. They are ambushed and his two friends killed and the mares stolen. Left for dead, Rock escapes, is found by Meg McAlpin who helps him recover. How to find the killers as well as the horses in a town where one man owns most all the businesses and rules without mercy is the quest of Rock.
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Happy Hour
There are surprise announcements and a constant flow of vodka in this tale of an evening in Manhattan where Will and Sara are having guests for a dinner party disguised as a Happy Hour.
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Harlan Ellison's Movie
The republication of Harlan Ellison's Movie, the full-length feature film he created when a producer at 20th Century-Fox said to him, "If we gave you the money, and no interference, what sort of movie would you write?" Well, that producer is no longer at 20th, he left the whole entire venue of moviemaking after Harlan Ellison's Movie was seen by the Suits at the studio. There's no use even trying to describe what the film is about, except to confirm the long-standing rumor that it contaims a sce... more info>>
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Harry's Absence
On February 1, 1960, Harry Scott, conscientious objector, psychologist, and mountaineer, was killed while climbing Mt. Cook. Thirty-five years later, his son set out to look for him. Funny, moving, and beautifully written, this is the story of a father's absence, told party through the rich and exciting mix of biography, autobiography, and intellectual and social history, HARRY'S ABSENCE is a passionately argued book about New Zealand, addressing the distinction between nationalism and love of c... more info>>
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Harvey-467 Makes a Bride
Harvey-467 is a typical 25th century android--blond, blue-eyed, and perfect in every way. Except he's constrained by his programming. He yearns to be creative, but it's impossible. Everything in his life is planned, deliberate, precise. One day he concludes that it's time to get married, to have a soul mate with which to share his life. So he custom-orders a bride from a catalog: beautiful, talented, and equally perfect. And that's when everything goes terribly wrong.
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Hating Valentine's Day
Roses are red. Violets are blue. I hate Valentine's Day .... Just like you... One of the top wedding photographers in town, Liv Hetherington, steadfastly single, hates Valentine's Day. This year she's putting her foot down and has vowed there'll be no dinner party set-ups, speed-dating frenzies or any other form of accidental dating organized by her father, flatmate or best friend... Liv's ecstatic, to say the least. Now she can concentrate on more important things like setting up her own studio... more info>>
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Hazel and the Boys
An inspirational tale of a 14 year old girl who gets uprooted from her home and moved 2000 miles away when her father accepts a new position. Shelby Chaste finds her first "true friends" in a threesome of ducks that she named Hazel and the boys.
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HE
What goes inside a rapist's mind? Fran Sutton-Williams's stream-of-consciousness story shows us, in vividly, unforgettable ugly colors. Warning: Contains very strong language, sex, and violence. PG 13.
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Heart of the Night
Secret agent Eli Trudeau grieved the loss of his wife and baby. Then he discovers his son is alive--and living with an adoptive mother, Gena Malone. Despite the secrets and lies, Eli can't deny the truth: Gena loves the boy. Yet Eli grew up without a father and won't do that to his own child. When someone dangerous comes after them, Eli takes Gena and his son deep into hiding. As he grows closer to them, he discovers that he's more than just a maverick operative. After his dark, troubled past, h... more info>>
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Heart of Wilderness
Adrian Onyando's moving tale of an African woman who is sold into marriage at the age of nine by her father. Atieno tells the story of her first childhood marriage on the occasion of her second venture into wedlock. She reminisces about the life of a woman who, after the death of her husband, sets out to determine her own fate. A novel of Africa that brings light to the experiences of a woman of strength and integrity. Beautifully written by a prizewinning international author.
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Heart Patrol
A cracked lamp can still give light to others. Damaris finds that in a similar way a person who considers herself damaged can still give light and love to others and to God. And, like bread cast upon the waters, she will receive back one hundred-fold.
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Hell or High Water
Cheryl Mae has the power to stop the blood and to heal, but she can't stop the rural electrification project that will flood the Sacandaga valley, and she can't find love to stay. Forced to leave her home at last, Cheryl Mae is dogged by a stalker as she enters nursing school and fights to find a new life in a strange world.
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His Brother's Child
One party. One wild night in her entire life and Faith Carr winds up pregnant! What were the odds? And what were the odds of finding out that the handsome stranger who'd gotten her pregnant had only made love to her because of a stupid bet! And now he didn't want anything to do with her or the baby that was growing inside her. Edward Brenner knew as soon as he saw Faith Carr that he would love her. But he also knew he had many obstacles to overcome. She'd been hurt. She'd been frightened and mad... more info>>
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His Fathers' Advice
In high school, Sam Conner is a star quarterback and an artist. He dates a pretty cheerleader and seems to have it all. Behind the scenes of his school life, Sam lives in an unconventional family with two gay fathers, and lately he's been having some thoughts that disturb him. When Sam presents his problem to his fathers, can their advice set Sam on the right path? A short story from our Nibs literary line.
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Hitting The High Notes
What have green eyes, green socks, and a run away opera star have to do with a widow getting back her groove?
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Hollywood Ending
Another Hollywood Ending begins in an L.A. bar surrounded by cops where Johnny is planning his escape. Johnny actually thought he'd caught his first break and was going to star in the movie "The Heist." The problem? His agent, Reggie, turns routine research into an actual bank robbery where a man is shot and the group flees to the bar.
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Homecoming
Tell me who I am. Tell me where I belong. I am a woman without a name, without a home.... For the first time, Eyes-of-the-Sky prayed to the white man's God. One look in the mirror told her she was not a Comanche...yet she remembered no other life. She watched the whites who had taken her in after her "rescue," the mother, Hattie, and her handsome son, Joe, and wondered what her life had been like before her childhood abduction. She looked at Joe, who had suffered much and forgave little, and kne... more info>>
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Hometown Sweetheart
Seven unruly kids have moved next door to Simon Adams's mountain cabin. On a church retreat, these rambunctious rascals and their perky teacher, Shanna White, prove to be too much for one reclusive craftsman to handle. Plus, they're a big reminder of everything Simon lost, especially his chance for marriage and family. All he wants is to be left alone, but soon he's drawn in by the kids' shenanigans—and by Shanna herself. Can a brooding mountain man and a sweet lady live happily ever after?
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Honor Song
David Turnbull, a young American Indian physician, learns that Hannah, his beloved grandmother, has died. She helped to forge his dream of becoming a healer, and, in her honor, he returns to his reservation for her funeral. In the mountains of Idaho, David reluctantly faces his fragmented family and the alcoholic father from whom he escaped fifteen years earlier. He learns that they are about to lose whatever property they have left. Saving them means making peace with his bereft mother, helping... more info>>
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Hope: An Inspirational Anthology
Hope can be found in myriad ways: from tired old men who give and receive gifts of the future and past, in new beginnings and lessons learned, and in the revision of our priorities and the acceptance of our memories. Hope is the sifting of time like endless bits of sand, an unexpected gift of responsibility, a sad song of love and possibilities. It holds our rejections and turns them into triumphs, and it is always there to uplift our spirits. Hope is that elusive spirit that makes us all human.... more info>>
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House of Cleaving
Annie Cleaving watched her young son take his last breath trapped inside the mangled wreckage of her car. The drunk driver walked away without a scratch. A year later breast cancer took Annie's mother, a tender and genteel woman.As a means to escape painful memories Annie attempts to sell the old Cleaving house, leaving the only home she has ever known. Only then she discovers the botched deed and her only choice, to find her mother's siblings and convince each to release their claims.From crazy... more info>>
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How Genius Girl Saved My @$$
You know your life is in a downward spiral when, right after you fail an important exam, your girlfriend kicks you to the curb on a national TV show called YOU GOT DUMPED. Ryan quickly becomes the laughing-stock of his college campus. His response is to drown himself in a bottle of very cheap wine. Fortunately, a female astrophysics student genius comes to his rescue using her newly invented method of time travel. Will his two-day trip back in time cause him to die vomiting into his helmet on t... more info>>
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How Nancy Drew Saved My Life
Broken, smashed and stomped in the mud! That's how Charlotte Bell's heart ended up the last time she let her emotions heat up on a nanny assignment. So taking a new position in frigid Iceland, working for Ambassador Edgar Rawlings, might be just what Charlotte needs in order to heal up?and chill out. This time, she's determined to be intrepid and courageous. She's even read all fifty-six original Nancy Drew books in preparation. Unfortunately, she's neglected to find out anything about Iceland o... more info>>
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