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The Seelie Recipe

by Bill Ricardi
The Seelie Recipe
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ON SALE FROM 02/27/2020 - 03/04/2020 AVERAGE RATING 5.0 out of 4 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 271

In the enchanted hills of rural New England, a reward awaits those who would perfect life's great recipe. Ingredients: Bravery, tenacity, and a dash of love. Experience the wonders of the fae, and their subtle influence on Our Seelie Earth. 'The Seelie Recipe' is a romantic mythic fantasy for the ages.

Sophie Last Seen

by Marlene Adelstein
Sophie Last Seen
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ON SALE FROM 02/22/2020 - 02/26/2020 AVERAGE RATING 4.5 out of 137 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? Yes NUMBER OF PAGES 308

It is six years after the disappearance of ten year old Sophie from a shopping mall. Her mother, Jesse, is living in a self-destructive limbo as any sense of closure eludes her. Jesse is observed by her daughter’s best friend, Star, who carries her own secrets about that day. These two wounded souls come together to follow clues left by Sophie in her birding journals hoping to be led to Sophie or answers to her disappearance.

Living a Lie

by Rachel San
Living a Lie
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ON SALE FROM 02/24/2020 - 02/24/2020 AVERAGE RATING 5.0 out of 14 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 217

Nicole is a divorcee who finds herself in a new relationship with a partner who is seemingly perfect in every way. Razi is well educated, a wealthy successful businessman who manages to deceive her thanks to his uncanny charisma. Six months into their relationship, Nicole discovers that Razi is married. She then finds out that his former business partner committed suicide under dubious circumstances. Despite everything, they get married and life looks more promising than ever. However, over the years, Nicole’s inner voice repeatedly warns her that bigger things are happening behind her back. She decides to find out who her husband and the father of her children really is. Her search leads her to discover shocking information about Razi’s life. Now she must do whatever it takes to save herself and her children from a destructive relationship, which no normal person could ever imagine.

Almighty: A Short Tale of Omnipotent Proportions

by Justine Avery
Almighty: A Short Tale of Omnipotent Proportions
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ON SALE FROM 02/20/2020 - 02/24/2020 AVERAGE RATING 4.1 out of 44 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 30

When a staunch atheist is introduced to the Lord Almighty in the most casual—and childish—way, it's not the end of the world. It's a Tuesday.

The Fat Lady's Low, Sad Song

by Brian Kaufman
The Fat Lady's Low, Sad Song
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ON SALE FROM 02/21/2020 - 02/24/2020 AVERAGE RATING 4.6 out of 46 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 191

The Fat Lady’s Low, Sad Song is a novel about baseball, with a touch of romance, that portrays what it means to be part of a team and part of a community in the heartbreaking world of minor league ball.

The Legacy Series: Book One

by Brandyn Cross
The Legacy Series: Book One
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ON SALE FROM 02/17/2020 - 02/24/2020 AVERAGE RATING 5.0 out of 5 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 271

Brandyn (Brandy) Harris, a lonely, abused, and terminally ill twelve-year old boy builds his private virtual world outside the knowledge of his strict and abusive parents. Denied the ability to interact with other kids in his everyday life, Brandy finds refuge within the confines of the Internet in his early stages, where it appealed primarily to the outcasts, and a close group of virtual teen friends. ''The Legacy'' offers a unique, unparalleled glimpse into the mind of abused children while this abuse is taking place amid the hysteria surrounding the Satanic Ritual Abuse Panic of the early 1990s. An outstanding page-turner, it gives you an unprecedented, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience, through first-hand, day-to-day accounts as they occur, a real-world of childhood desperation and painful secrets, a world known by millions of children, but never openly shared with adults.

The Girl From Lisbon

by Guiora Barak
The Girl From Lisbon
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ON SALE FROM 02/19/2020 - 02/19/2020 AVERAGE RATING 5.0 out of 12 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 439

She was a normal little girl, daughter of the King of Portugal’s personal physician, and for many years she was convinced that she, just like all the people in her immediate surroundings, was a Catholic. Until one day, on her twelfth birthday, Doña Gracia was led down to the basement of their home by her mother where the family’s deepest secret was revealed to her—''We are Jews.” Doña Gracia did not remain indifferent to this shocking news and little by little, she began to investigate and become familiar with her Jewish roots. It is the story of Doña Gracia, one of the greatest women Europe has known, about her personal struggle in a world controlled by men, her escape from the persecution of the Inquisition, and all the nobility who coveted her wealth, while turning into the leader of her people.

Back From Berlin

by Yossi Uzrad
Back From Berlin
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ON SALE FROM 02/18/2020 - 02/18/2020 AVERAGE RATING 5.0 out of 17 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 297

You may leave home. But home will never leave you. Uri Dolev is a shy young man brought up in a strict, spartan educational system. Born in Germany, his parents, who managed to save themselves from the horrors of the Holocaust, are cold individuals who display few emotions. A moment before being drafted into the military, Uri’s heart is in for a huge disappointment, when Nurit, his great love since adolescence, leaves unexpectedly and moves to Sweden. Uri tries to leave everything behind when he joins the army, rising to become a valued combat officer. However, a major case of espionage shakes his life to the core and sends him on a journey of soul-searching, to the exact place where his family experienced the most terrible of all tragedies.

Whispers Among the Prairie

by Michelle Roberts
Whispers Among the Prairie
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ON SALE FROM 02/15/2020 - 02/22/2020 AVERAGE RATING 4.0 out of 8 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 309

Historical fiction set among the prairie lands of the American West. Southern Cheyenne Chief Black Kettle tries to save his people from destruction. His adopted daughter, Morning Dove befriends a American Captain, Clinton McKay. To their surprise their feelings change and become conflicted as they are on opposing sides to a war which changes their destiny. Book Excellence Award Winner 2019.

Come the Morning

by Jeannie Burt
Come the Morning
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ON SALE FROM 01/01/2020 - 02/29/2020 AVERAGE RATING 4.0 out of 3 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 400

In 1883 orphan Ezekiel Harrington is removed from remote Nebraska to live with relatives in Philadelphia. They steal what little he has. He flees their treachery, and sets out to make his way on his own in the strange city. A chance encounter reconnects him with a childhood friend, Robert Henri, now studying art. Henri introduces Ezekiel to a cadre of striving artists, among them a crude Bohemian woman of tremendous talent. Ezekiel immediately despises her. Ambition drives Ezekiel but still he nearly starves. Life and his changing feelings for the illicit woman thrust him on an intense and remarkable course. _ “Evocative, reflective. A top recommendation” —The Midwest book review “Burt is skilled at portraying...a time in which Henri rose as one of America's most important and inspirational creative leaders.” —The Robert Henri Museum “I loved it.” —Tim Bazzett, author Booklover

This Soul Estranged

by Candice Samuelson
This Soul Estranged
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ON SALE FROM 02/14/2020 - 02/22/2020 AVERAGE RATING 0.0 out of 0 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 118

This Soul Estranged is a collection of poetry in two parts, one for love lost and the other for love found. Each section delves into the world of human emotion, and tries to answer what love means to us as individuals. Read through the collection for a cathartic journey through your emotions, and come out on the other side with a different perspective and new insight into the delicate balance of what makes us human. (Free for members of Kindle Unlimited.)

In the End

by Michael Weisberg, M.D.
In the End
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AVERAGE RATING 4.5 out of 5 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 365

''Against a backdrop of an impending catastrophe, five individuals of varying backgrounds, faiths, ethnicities and financial means come together during a complex and difficult medical procedure. All five have experienced setback, tragedy, accomplishment during their lives. All are challenged with the meanings of their lives. Is religion the answer? Is there an afterlife? Why are we even here? Transcending faith and human frailty, 'In the End' offers a message of hope and unification in an era of despair and divisiveness. This novel will keep you thinking for days after you finish it. And that is the mark of a memorable and worthy read.'' -- Excerpt of review by Doug Ross.

The Geometry of Love

by Jessica Levine
The Geometry of Love
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ON SALE FROM 02/14/2020 - 02/29/2020 AVERAGE RATING 3.9 out of 32 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 292

A Top Ten Women's Fiction Title in Booklist! Julia, an aspiring poet, is living with her British boyfriend, Ben, a restrained Princeton professor, when she runs into Michael, a long-lost friend. A brilliant musician and composer, Michael once catalyzed her creativity—but his return is a destabilizing influence. Julia is drawn to Michael, but feels guilty at the thought of betraying Ben and is reluctant to give up the security of her relationship with him. So, when Michael signals that he’s too wounded to make a commitment, she turns her triangular situation into a square by setting him up with her cousin. Are security and passion mutually exclusive? Can one be fully creative—in art or life—without a supportive muse? These are the questions asked in The Geometry of Love, a provocative and psychological tale that explores the surprising choices we make in our love lives.

Snapshots

by Eliot Parker
Snapshots
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Eudora Welty’s quote “A good snapshot keeps a moment from going away” is a theme that permeates all of the stories in Eliot Parker’s collection of short stories, Snapshots. These stories are set in West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky. In the plots of the stories, the makeup of the characters is more interesting and important than the circumstances that the characters find themselves trying to manage. Each protagonist finds themselves in a complicated set of personal and professional relationships. By their nature, relationships are complicated. The protagonists in these stories are shaped by their backgrounds, life experiences, and expectations of other people. Conflicts arise for these protagonists when decisions and choices made by others alter the expectations and circumstances expected by the protagonists.

Out of the Desert

by Betsy Ashton
Out of the Desert
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ON SALE FROM 01/20/2020 - 01/20/2020 AVERAGE RATING 4.5 out of 2 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 240

When Todd Mathieson, the oldest of four children who grew up on the Mojave Desert, closes in on his 50th birthday, he wonders what happened to the little boy who wanted to be a spaceman. And a famous writer. The desert anchors the book, eventually bringing Todd home to evaluate his life. He wonders what happened to his childhood persona, Toad the Dreamer. Can he unlock secrets of his youth to push him forward to the next stages of his life? Will he decide that his professional achievements are enough, even though his life isn’t fully satisfying? Can he reconnect with a special childhood friend to help him chart his path?

Lucinda

by Richard Maddox
Lucinda
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ON SALE FROM 02/10/2020 - 02/17/2020 AVERAGE RATING 4.6 out of 12 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 327

''Lucinda'' tells the story of a woman who grew up with the goal of rediscovering the bliss she knew as a child. The book follows her through the social trials of school, the freedom and discovery of college, and the mentorship of an Enlightened Master. The miraculous conclusion of her story will thrill your heart. If you liked ''Siddhartha,'' you will love ''Lucinda.''

The Fall of Jack Edgerton

by Robert C Lee
The Fall of Jack Edgerton
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AVERAGE RATING 5.0 out of 11 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 164

An exciting new novel about one man's success as a General Manager of a typical US family department store, his deterioration, infidelity and resulting consequences that leads to his tragic destruction. This is an emotionally descriptive story of a hard working, well respected business and loved family man and his demise into a psychologically complex unwinding of his life. An ill-fated love story with a touch of mystery and an unexpected twisted ending will appeal to all readers who look for well developed characters and a story line, that will take them for a literary roller-coaster ride.

Pressing Flowers

by Katie Blanchard
Pressing Flowers
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ON SALE FROM 02/07/2020 - 02/09/2020 AVERAGE RATING 4.6 out of 39 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? Yes NUMBER OF PAGES 196

Miriam Jones is merely existing. Three years ago, the cruelty of the world robbed her of her husband. Preferring to sleep through the days rather than face her reality, Miriam has yet to begin the grieving process. However, reality knocks hard. Emma Woods is not one to sit idly by while her daughter wallows and neglects her duties as a mother. She’s done it long enough. Hoping to encourage her eldest daughter to rejoin the land of the living, she offers up an ultimatum. Miriam can either start taking action to heal as directed in her mother’s to-do list, or she can forfeit custody of her daughter. With a fix-it sister as her ally, Miriam begins to start talking about that fateful night, but will the memories threaten her progress? Find out in this tear-jerking debut novel from Katie Blanchard, author of Dear Anna.

Shackles and More Gripping Tales

by James Hanna
Shackles and More Gripping Tales
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ON SALE FROM 02/07/2020 - 02/10/2020 AVERAGE RATING 4.8 out of 15 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 168

Twenty-one stories written in the tradition of Kafka and Hunter S. Thompson. Most of these stories were previously published in journals that prefer stories ''written in blood'' over tales that are politically correct. This book is recommended to readers who like stories that are both literary and bizarre. It is not recommended to readers who are easily offended.

Valentino

by Laura Hesse
Valentino
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ON SALE FROM 02/06/2020 - 02/13/2020 AVERAGE RATING 5.0 out of 6 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? Yes NUMBER OF PAGES 228

''A wonderful story of survival and the human spirit. A must read'' and ''One of the best books I have ever read.'' - Amazon Reviews. Two teens and a seeing eye dog are shipwrecked on opposite sides of a desolate west coast island in the middle of winter. While August has his Haida heritage to rely on, Maddie must rely on her guide dog and abandoned old horse to help her survive. Inspired by a true story.

The Wrong Side of the Bed

by Ela M. Shmuely
The Wrong Side of the Bed
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ON SALE FROM 02/06/2020 - 02/06/2020 AVERAGE RATING 4.7 out of 27 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 302

An unexpected encounter from the past. A single mistake. An entire life is falling apart. Emily, a young married woman and the mother of two children, runs a small neighborhood café together with her husband, and firmly believes people must stand behind the choices they have made in life. Except she had not taken into account that some things in this world are beyond her control: her beloved father is dying at home, begging for help in putting an end to his agony, the business she and her husband manage is treading water, and the problems in their marriage are beginning to surface. Amidst this chaos, Guy, the love of her youth, makes his appearance, looking for closure, or actually, for an opening. It’s all up to her now. Emily is facing a major dilemma: Should she stick to the choices she once made or give a fair chance to a new beginning?

In the End

by Michael Weisberg, M.D.
In the End
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AVERAGE RATING 4.5 out of 5 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 365

''Against a backdrop of an impending catastrophe, five individuals of varying backgrounds, faiths, ethnicities and financial means come together during a complex and difficult medical procedure. All five have experienced setback, tragedy, accomplishment during their lives. All are challenged with the meanings of their lives. Is religion the answer? Is there an afterlife? Why are we even here? Transcending faith and human frailty, 'In the End' offers a message of hope and unification in an era of despair and divisiveness. This novel will keep you thinking for days after you finish it. And that is the mark of a memorable and worthy read." -Excerpt of review by Doug Ross

Toby

by Thomas Watson
Toby
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AVERAGE RATING 5.0 out of 1 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 145

Paul Ford is a man on the road, seeking to put distance and time between himself and events that turned his life inside out – and not for the better. Toby is a big dog, lost and far from home. A chance encounter brings them together and sends them on a journey to reunite the dog with his family, a trip that just might help Paul find his own way home as well. But this will be no ordinary road trip, and when it’s done, Paul’s life will never be the same.

Out of the Desert

by Betsy Ashton
Out of the Desert
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ON SALE FROM 01/20/2020 - 02/20/2020 AVERAGE RATING 4.5 out of 2 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? No NUMBER OF PAGES 240

When Todd Mathieson, the oldest of four children who grew up on the Mojave Desert, closes in on his 50th birthday, he wonders what happened to the little boy who wanted to be a spaceman. And a famous writer. The desert anchors the book, eventually bringing Todd home to evaluate his life. He wonders what happened to his childhood persona, Toad the Dreamer. Can he unlock secrets of his youth to push him forward to the next stages of his life? Will he decide that his professional achievements are enough, even though his life isn’t fully satisfying? Can he reconnect with a special childhood friend to help him chart his path?

The Pugilist Poets of Venice

by Jon Sindell
The Pugilist Poets of Venice
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ON SALE FROM 01/20/2020 - 02/16/2020 AVERAGE RATING 5.0 out of 12 reviews AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE? Yes NUMBER OF PAGES 240

A Boomer, an Xer, and a Millennial walk into a book... Meet Hammerhead Hirsch, a charismatic middle-aged boho known in the 60s as ''The Pugilist Poet'' for his Golden Gloves boxing crown and Beat poetry chops. Thirty years later Head has become a first-time father, and his joy is immense—until the mom bolts. Can Head last fifteen rounds as a single dad with a paltry income, scanty prospects, biting demons, and a ''ball-and-chain'' kid? The tale is told by a worshipful youth who accompanies Head and his son on a turbulent yet funny ten-year journey of struggles, missteps, love, and growth. ''Prose that zings, swings and frequently sings.'' ~ Tracy DeBrincat, Hollywood Buckaroo ''Funny, sad, relatable and engrossing.'' ~ Stephen D. Gutierrez, American Book Award ''A rollicking, big-hearted tale, full of laughter, bravery and unflinching humanity.''

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