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Angel's Rest
Growing up in Virginia's Allegheny Mountains, eleven-year-old Charlie York lives at the foot of an endless peak called Angel's Rest, a place his momma told him angels rested before coming down to help folks. In 1967 his town was a poor boy's paradise ... until a shotgun blast killed Charlie's father and put his mother on trial for murder. For mysterious reasons, his mother entrusts his care to an old black man named Lacy Albert Coe. Lacy tells simple stories about the good and the bad that compo... more info>>
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Antonides' Forbidden Wife
Ally is back in the life of PJ Antonides for one thing only--his signature on their divorce papers. But arrogant Greek businessman PJ refuses to sign anything. He won't accept that Ally's no longer his wife. So when the smoldering attraction between them moves negotiations from his boardroom to his bedroom, PJ knows his forbidden bride is once again his, and ready for the taking....
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Apprentice
Rand Powell didn't expect to die before the age of forty. He also didn't expect to wake up in someone else's body, or meet a beautiful, mysterious angel named Harriet. But the biggest shock of all is when Harriet takes him to Barnes, Ohio, a small town in his past, where he is to help a deeply troubled young woman who was in love with him when she was in high school.
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Approaching Oblivion
The New York Times called him "relentlessly honest" and then used him as the subject of its famous Sunday Acrostic. People Magizine said there was no one like him, then cursed him for preventing easy sleep. But in these stories Harlan Ellison outdoes himself, rampaging like a mad thing through love ("Cold Friend", "Kiss of Fire", "Paulie Charmed the Sleeping Woman"), hate ("Knox", "Silent in Gehenna"), sex ("Catman", "Erotophobia"), lost childhood ("One Life, Furnished in Early Poverty") and int... more info>>
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Ariel and the Lady of the House: Moon in the 8th
Ariel and Brad are ready to begin their happily ever after together. But between the disdain of their respective ex-spouses, the mayhem caused by their children, a surprise visit from the stork, and a hidden enemy who exposes a deep dark secret from Brad's past, the two of them can't get any peace.
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Ariel's Office: Moon Void of Course
Ariel McManus is a stay-at-home mom who finds herself no longer the star of her own life as her husband's drive for success supersedes all else in their marriage. Her one consolation is the astrology business she runs out of the office above her garage, but soon Ariel is forced to face truths about her failing marriage and her innermost desires in order to reclaim her life ... and her identity.
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Artie and the Red-Headed Woman
It's Christmastime in New York, and with a fresh stash of watches and fine jewelry in his athletic bag, Artie is riding the bus home. A red-headed woman cross the aisle catches his attention, particularly since she seems so sad and so familiar. When the bus has engine trouble and the cops arrive, Artie and the woman both have urgent reasons to get away as fast as they can, Artie with his stash and Gina from her father, an old friend of Artie's. All is not what it seems with Gina, and the Christm... more info>>
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Astrid's Coast
Astrid Stowell moves to Portland, Oregon to live with her grandfather after her mother dies. Intrique and tragedy mix as Astrid makes new friends and learns to love again.
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At the Diner
A young man attempts to reconnect with his estranged father over meals at a small-town diner. Can a love of food overcome the pain of a dad and son pulled apart?
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Aurorarama
EPISODE ONE IN AN ASTONISHING NEW SERIES Jean-Christophe Valtat is a writer of “Beautiful energy.” – Le Monde New Venice – the “pearl of the Arctic” – is a place of ice palaces and pneumatic tubes, of beautifully ornate sled-gondolas and elegant Victorian garb, of long nights and short days and endless vistas of crystalline ice. But as the city prepares for spring, it feels more like qarrtsiluni – “the time when something is about to explode ... more info>>
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Autumn Falling
Novelist Cassandra Latham is determined to cling to her forties, that final hurrah before a woman slips over the abyss into fifty. But holding on isn't going to be easy, not with mourning her mother's recent death and trying to kick-start her literary career after a two-year spell of writer's block. As Cassie edges toward the bottomless pit of mid-life angst, a journal written by her Revolutionary War ancestor may just help her connect the past to the present and make peace with her future. Wit... more info>>
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Avenue of the Dead
In this novella, Juan Morales is back! After the baffling case of the six missing choirboys and the tragic revelations surrounding the death of his brother, the priest Father Rodrigo, Morales is faced with his strangest case yet, as a vacation with his best friend in Mexico City leads him into a world of human sacrifice, ancient Gods, and a relationship with the beautiful archaeologist Sophia Kanakarides. When Sophia goes missing Morales and his friend Francisco Tamayo face a race against time t... more info>>
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Awkward Grace
In the small African nation of Burundi, a government incited massacre makes Mevin Ntwari a refugee. In the hills of East Tennessee, a reluctant sense of duty compels Ben Bellamy to lead his church's outreach committee. And somewhere between these two events faith inspires an unlikely connection.Not all of Mevin's family escapes the horror of genocide, but along with his brother he finally makes his way to America. Waiting for him is Ben, a man whose natural goodness outshines the obstacles inher... more info>>
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Baby Love
For Val Smith, adoption was the easy way out of her mistake with Brian Turner nine months ago while also serving as an answer to Lila Snyder's prayers for another child. But when Val changes her mind, Lila must decide if she should risk everything for her new baby.
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Bad Beat
I've heard people say that it's all luck. I've also heard that experience with the game is still your best bet. I've seen drunks win hand after hand and old pros make dumb mistakes when the cards are going against them. Why is it that some people contract incurable diseases and miraculously go into remission? Why can a guy who barely made it through high school find a job that enables him to climb to the top of the financial heap? Is it luck, or is it something else? There are nights whe... more info>>
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Bad Day for the Home Team
What makes a man walk into a restaurant on a bright, beautiful Memorial Day afternoon in a small Arizona town, pull out a gun and shoot forty people before killing himself? That's what Sam Tryor is trying to figure out. Only he's trying to figure it out from beyond the grave. Instead of a who-dun-it, this mystery is a what-made him-do-it. With the help of a gorgeous reporter, a world-weary cop, and his own brother, Sam seeks the reason for his horrific crime, and his search leads him to a con... more info>>
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Bad Heiress Day
What would you do with $1 million?That's a question Darcy Nightengale never thought she'd need to answer. But a sudden inheritance of just over $1 million begs a more immediate response. And when Darcy learns of her father's last request that she "give it all away," she discovers just how quickly big money makes big problems.Her husband believes that charity begins at home. His home. And her children are sure it's only a matter of time before the presents start rolling in. Right? Darcy wants to ... more info>>
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Banana Patch
Banana Patch deals with the adventures Michael Jay when he says "Aloha" to his formal education and sells all his possessions to buy a one-way ticket to Maui, to live in a place called Banana Patch, (once a real place). In Banana Patch, Michael Jay discovers the practice of yoga and meditation, and how to choose socially conscious alternatives to racism, war, and dog-eat-dog (win-at-all-costs) competitive attitudes he finds so despicably distasteful. In his clumsy attempt at becoming a holy man ... more info>>
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Bang The Drum Slowly
The second of four novels that chronicle the career of baseball player Henry W. Wiggen--a set of books many consider the finest novels ever written about baseball--Mark Harris' Bang the Drum Slowly, published in 1956, is a simple and moving testament to the immutable power of friendship. The title page announces that it is "by Henry W. Wiggen / Certain of His Enthusiasms Restrained by Mark Harris," a charming touch that lets the reader know that a genial, conversational first-person voice will t... more info>>
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Bangkok Memories
My wife, Betty, has a very good visual sense, much better than mine, and is able to translate remembered scenes into written form so well that you practically think you're there. This is the second of two letters she wrote about our vacations while we were working in Saudi Arabia. This one describes Bangkok; the other was about Damascus. It's been many years since we were in Bangkok, but my oldest son tells me about the only difference nowadays is that everyone has cell phones! So, without furth... more info>>
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Barley & Gold
Fabian Dakota's haunting guilt over his little brother's disappearance from their parents barley farm twenty years earlier leads him home again to confront the painful memories of his past and to learn to accept his wife's terminal illness. He soon discovers that from the other side of reality, in a perfect world of barley and gold, comes the power to heal and the magic to believe. "Barley and Gold" is the story of one man's struggle to face his own guilt and fear, as well as to understand the i... more info>>
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Beehive
Ron Stutzer has a girlfriend. Elizabeth has brains, beauty, money, and a powerful job. But when that job sends her to Beirut, she's taken hostage. She disappears into the rubble and waste and confusion of the Middle East. But what can Ron do? His alcoholic father has just swiped his credit card halfway through a three-week binge. The bees he keeps with his football-friend Jim have gone berserk. His co-workers at the Census Bureau need him. He never understood Elizabeth's intrigues at the Departm... more info>>
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Before Banana Patch
Michael Jay grew up in the late 60's, early 70's in a small conservative community town called Walla Walla Washington where the issues of the day were racism and the Vietnam War. Michael Jay grows into a young man who takes a different road from that of those he grew up with and he begins to find new ways to view and deal with old problems and antiquated value systems. His spiritual journey takes him from Walla Walla, Washington into the world of meditation, Eastern mysticism--and to Maui.
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Before the Star Fades
It seemed the ocean had always been part of his life--in St. Yves, France, in Southampton, New York, and here in California, north of Morro Bay. He loved the colors of the sunset. He mused. How do I see, people wonder, and how do I explain? On some days I see fairly clearly and on those days, I take out Jean-Marie's picture and Jennifer's. I study them and I study Johanna and the children and sometimes Johanna asks," Jef, why are you looking at me like that?" And the children will say, "Daddy, y... more info>>
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Before the Storm
Fifteen-year-old Andy Lockwood is special. Others notice the way he blurts out anything that comes into his mind, how he cannot foresee consequences, that he's more child than teenager. But his mother sees a boy with a heart as open and wide as the ocean. Laurel Lockwood lost her son once through neglect. She's spent the rest of her life determined to make up for her mistakes, and she's succeeded in becoming a committed, protective parent--maybe even overprotective. Still, she loosens her grip j... more info>>
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