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Short Circuits: A Life in Blogs (Book 1)
Lambda-nominated author Dorien Grey (The Dick Hardesty Mysteries, The Elliott Smith Mysteries) knows more than just how to write a great murder novel. He's also had amazing life experiences in the military and around the world. Here, for the first time, are the collected blog and journal writings of this prolific author. As Grey notes, "Sometimes things are more clearly seen through the eyes of others." The hope is that the reader will see similarities to his/her own life, and recognize the comm... more info>>
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Silent Obsession
Private Detective Charles "Curly," Morgan is used to dealing with intrigue. Between his caseload and moonlighting for the CIA as an escort for dignitaries visiting Washington, D.C., he's no stranger to flirting with mystery. When the mystery begins to involve his personal life, however, he's left to ponder whether one can ever truly leave the past behind or if the present can haunt as desperately as age-old ghosts from years past. Which demons are making his business personal? Who is stalking hi... more info>>
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Sin's Pride
Annora knows a lot about her best friend, Singh--including the fact that he is a lion shapeshifter and has a notoriously wicked way with women. She secretly longs to experience that passion herself, but doesn't dare risk their friendship.Then Sin's usual flirting becomes way more intimate. Suddenly, neither of them can resist their desire--even though according to pride rules, their union is forbidden....
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Sisters of the Ark Trilogy (Bundle)
Lindsay McKenna has a life that she divides into a pie; or maybe a huge pizza would be a more appropriate symbol! Most important to her is her Native American heritage, which has taught her that living life and taking risks is important, rather than standing back and letting life pass her by. She lives her life according to this philosophy, and it shines through the books she loves to write: romance, adventure and suspense topics. Lindsay started writing at age thirteen and continues to hone her... more info>>
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Sitting with the Enemy
One couple yearns to find it. One community fights to preserve it. Both must face the enemy within and among them ... before it's too late. An atavistic connection to nature draws a husband and wife into a surreal world which leads them to question if the life they've known and what they've believed as real is destroying the human spirit. Following a long-forgotten, nameless yearning, they are compelled to discover if they can reclaim their connection to an ageless natural wisdom that could heal... more info>>
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Skyward
E.R. nurse Ella Majors has seen all the misery that she can handle. Burned-out and unsure of her next step, she accepts the temporary position as caregiver to Marion Henderson, a frightened five-year-old who suffers from juvenile diabetes.But Ella soon realizes there is more sorrow in the isolated home than the little girl's illness can account for. Harris Henderson, a single father, seems better able to deal with the wild birds he rehabilitates in his birds-of-prey sanctuary than with his own d... more info>>
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Sleeping Dogs
Investigating the fate of an aircraft said to have crashed in 1940, Theo Stern uncovers a heinous crime that, even after seventy years, still provokes violence and even murder.
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Sleepless Night in the Procrustean Bed
Master essayist, gadfly, literary myth-figure and viewer of dark portent, Harlan Ellison has been, for the greater part of his life, a burr under the saddle of Complacency. His two books of TV criticism, The Glass Teat and The Other Glass Teat, are taught in more than 200 universities and colleges. In this, his former assistant and confidante, Marty Clark, has culled from hundreds of rare and unreprinted works twenty wide-ranging essays that demonstrate why the monstre sacre of imaginative liter... more info>>
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Sleepwalking in Daylight
Once defined by her career and independence, stay-at-home mom Samantha Friedman finds that her days have been reduced to errands, car pools and suburban gossip. What was an easy decision for Sam years ago has become a nagging awareness that this life was her choice. Now she deals with a husband who shows up for dinner but is too preoccupied for conversation, and a daughter swathed in black clothing and Goth makeup who won't talk at all. Believing she's an adopted mistake, seventeen-year-old Camm... more info>>
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Slightly Engaged [Tracey Spadolini Series Book 3]
There are a lot of things worse than being SLIGHTLY ENGAGED...being entirely broke, completely alone and wholly perplexed. It's been a year and a half since Tracey and Jack moved in together, and everything's totally perfect--well, okay, almost perfect. There's still Tracey's mom, who says they're "living in sin," and her friends, who are all smug, married and totally sure that there would already be a ring on Tracey's finger if she hadn't been in such a rush to cosign a lease. Even Tracey is be... more info>>
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Slightly Married [Tracey Spadolini Series Book 4]
After two years, the man who bought a lifetime subscription to TiVo without trying it finally committed to a lifetime subscription to Tracey Spadolini. All Tracey wants is to get hitched without a hitch--but as the calendar marches toward her late-October wedding date, suddenly she and her fiancee can't agree on anything. From where to get married (New York City or Buffalo?) to how many attendants they're going to have (she's already asked eight; he was thinking of just a best man). Meanwhile, T... more info>>
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Slippage: Previously Uncollected, Precariously Poised Stories
Harlan Ellison celebrates four decades of writing and publishes his seventieth book with this critically acclaimed, wildly imaginative and outrageously creative collection. The award-winning novella "Mefisto in Onyx" is the centerpiece of this brilliant collection which also includes screenplays, an Introduction by the author, interspersed segments of autobiographical narrative and such provocatively titled entries as "The Man Who Rowed Columbus Ashore," "Anywhere But Here, With Anybody But You,... more info>>
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Small-Town Moms: A Dry Creek Family\A Mother for Mule Hollow
A Dry Creek Family by Janet TronstadMaegan Shay is on a mission-to meet her long-lost niece, Lilly, in Dry Creek, Montana. When Maegan discovers she and Lilly share a special trait, the two grow close. Now the girl's handsome guardian, Clint Parker, fears he can't be what Lilly needs. Unless Maegan can show him what faith and family are all about.A Mother for Mule Hollow by Debra CloptonWidowed mother Olivia Dancer arrives in Mule Hollow, Texas, to check on her nephew, and his single father. But... more info>>
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Smilla's Sense of Snow
In this international bestseller, Peter H´┐Żeg successfully combines the pleasures of literary fiction with those of the thriller. Smilla Jaspersen, half Danish, half Greenlander, attempts to understand the death of a small boy who falls from the roof of her apartment building. Her childhood in Greenland gives her an appreciation for the complex structures of snow, and when she notices that the boy's footprints show he ran to his death, she decides to find out who was chasing him. As she attempt... more info>>
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Snakeskin
A haunting tale that will make your skin crawl of totally different religions and a boy torn between the two of them. Things aren't always as they appear to be.
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Snow Petals In May
An evocative new collection of poetry by the ever-popular Bobbi Sinha-Morey, author of Sorceress at Breakfast, Tears of a Mourning Rose, and At the Orange Blossom Cafe.
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Snowblind
Ray and Sara are two friends who have a special bond. This friendship will take them through good times and bad, will be stretched thin by the miles separating them sometimes, and by simple life circumstances at others. But in the end, it is this friendship that will stand the test of time, and so much more. Follow Ray's struggle through a life filled with drug addiction, alcoholism, and the knack for spending more time in prison than out. Sara watches with her heart breaking as her friend spira... more info>>
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Snowbound
A HEALING SPIRIT by Lindsay McKenna: Medicine man Storm Black Horse is the only one who can help Lieutenant Tahcha Grant recover from the nightmares of post-traumatic stress disorder ... provided he can keep the healer-patient relationship strictly platonic! AUNT DELIA'S LEGACY by Cara Summers: Medical resident Carly Waring returns home after nine years to hear her aunt's will, only to discover she must share her inheritance with Ren Maxwell--the guy who completely shattered her heart! Let the b... more info>>
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Sometimes There's a Dove
A story placed in the forties about a family's hard work, faith and determination as they work through rough times while they head from the Delta lands of Mississippi to a war plant in Tennessee. Clair Brown and her family are cast headlong into life's tests and trials, sweeping them like a mighty river to finally rest in quiet and peaceful waters.
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Song of the Sparrow
Living with a cruel step-father, Lugene and Harley grow up fast. But not fast enough to escape the dangers that face them as run-away teens in New Orleans.
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Song on the Sand
Tony Dalby finds himself on the wrong end of his 80s, confined to a nursing home, with his days as a dancer a thing of the past. The appearance of Drew into his life brings a welcome distraction, as well as a bit of mystery as to why Drew constantly visits the wheelchair-bound, comatose Jesse. As secrets are revealed, Dalby finds he may have a renewed purpose for living after all.
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Soon: The Beginning of the End
Best-selling author, Jerry Jenkins, brings readers the story of Paul Stepola, an agent assigned to enforce the world government's prohibition on religion, until his life turns upside down.
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Sounding
"He had a brain biologically identical to man's but seven times its weight and volume," writes Hank Searls of a massive, aging sperm whale whose compassion, fear, and anger at man's attacks on his kind drives the best-selling novelist's intricately researched classic Sounding. Teetering on a rocky seamount off New York, the young sonar officer of an accidentally sunken Russian spy submarine prepares to die with the lovely ship's surgeon and the rest of his shipmates. Everyone has lost hope--unti... more info>>
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Spyder
Meet Spyder--a street-wise antihero of inner city society. Experience his strange wisdom, and his twisted sense of humor. Thirty-year-old Spyder doesn't waste time thinking how much lower he can sink. When he finds his girlfriend dead as the result of drugs he supplied, Spyder contemplates his life and decides it's time to do what he's avoided most of his days--join mainstream society. All he needs to do is kick the drug habit, find a job, a place to live, and earn some money. Easy. He's done ... more info>>
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Stalking the Nightmare
Pure, 100-proof distillation of Ellison. A righteous verbal high! Here you'll find twenty of his very best stories and essays (including the four-part "Scenes from the Real World), an anecdotal history of the doomed TV series, The Starlost, he created for NBC; Tales from the Mountains of Madness; and his hilariously brutal reportage on the three most important things in life: sex, violence, and labor relations. With a knockout, an absolutely killer, Foreword by Stephen King.
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