Shannon takes you into the battle of Los Angeles’ Bayboys, teen age surfers and Mexican immigrants by sending Jack Liffey to find a missing child. What Liffey uncovers is revenge,
Hailey has a father who has lost his job and is drinking, a mother who lost her inheritance when she married her father and has recently lost a baby, and
This book is fiction, but reads like a biography. Melanie Benjamin did a great job of combining fact with fiction and/or speculation as to the relationship between the very real
This is a reissue of the 1977 edition. Al King is a rock singer and selfish stud extraordinaire. His brother and manager, Paul King, gets Al whatever he wants and
Ms. Moran’s guide is full of short essays describing enlightening and uplifting ways for maintaining your life and giving it special meaning to you and the one’s around you. She
“Without really trying, I have become a collector of other families’ secrets.” –Steve Luxenberg. Steve Luxenberg’s memoir reads like a mystery. In the Spring of 1995, Steve finds out that
H. Peter Nennhaus grew up in Berlin during WWII; a volatile time in German and world history. The book is different in that he tells the story from a German
Alyse Myers’s memoir is very personal, brave and honest. This memoir was mainly about Alyse Myers’ rocky relationship with her mother. The eldest of three girls, Alyse adored her father,
I’m not a big fan of political thrillers, but I really enjoyed this book. What’s killing people across America? Dr. Gwen Maulder wants to find out after her best friend
Third in the DS Stella Mooney series, this is a refreshing police procedural with fully developed characters, a lot of action and the plot takes some shocking twists that will
In St. Marks, death by murder is punishable by hanging. Little did Stone Barrington know that his long-awaited vacation was going to be interrupted by a legal case from Hell.
Third in the Rosie Winters series, Ms. Haines takes us to the South Pacific during World War II. Rosie and gal pal Jayne have joined the USO and are headed
If you like Pride and Prejudice, you will enjoy Ms. Pierson’s And This Our Life which continues the lives of the Darcy and Bennet families. It starts with Ms. Elizabeth
Have you ever spent money without telling your partner? Have you ever applied for a credit card without your spouse knowing? If so, you are cheating on your loved one.
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