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Exposure (Virals # 4)

by Kathy Reichs Brendan Reichs

"If you like the TV show Bones (I do) or Maximum Ride, you'll love Virals."--James Patterson Another thrilling Virals adventure from New York Times bestsellers Kathy and Brendan Reichs.<P><P> When twin classmates are abducted from Bolton Prep, Tory and the Virals decide there's no one better equipped than them to investigate. But the gang has other problems to face. Their powers are growing wilder, and becoming harder to control. Chance Claybourne is investigating the disastrous medical experiment that twisted their DNA. <P> The bonds that unite them are weakening, threatening the future of the pack itself.The Virals must decipher the clues and track down a ruthless criminal before he strikes again, all while protecting their secret from prying eyes. And everyone seems to be watching.

Echoes (Harp Security Novel)

by Laura K. Curtis

Who is she?A single photo of herself as an infant on a beach, taken before the date on her birth certificate, throws everything Calliope Pearson knows about herself into question. <P><P> Hoping to find answers, she takes advantage of her job as a travel writer to make a reservation at the Caribbean island resort in the picture.Resort security chief Mac Brody distrusts Callie on sight. After all, she looks exactly like his deceitful missing wife, Nikki, who owns half the resort. But when Nikki's found dead, Mac's facing murder charges, and he's sure that Callie must hold the key to proving his innocence.The deeper Callie and Mac dive into the mystery of her past, the more bodies surface. And they'll have to learn to trust each other, or become victims of a dark danger neither could've imagined.... <P> Praise for TWISTED:"Sexy small town suspense, with finely drawn characters that will tug at your heart and keep you up at night turning pages."--Bestselling Author Dee DavisLaura K. Curtis has always done everything backwards. As a child, she was extremely serious, so now that she's chronologically an adult, she feels perfectly justified in acting the fool. She started teaching at age fifteen, then decided to go back to school herself at thirty. And she wrote her first book in first grade. It was released in (notebook) paperback to rave reviews and she's been trying to achieve the same level of acclaim ever since. She lives in Westchester County, New York, with her husband and a pack of wild Irish Terriers, which has taught her how easily love can coexist with the desire to kill.

Aunt Dimity and the Wishing Well (Aunt Dimity Mystery Book #19)

by Nancy Atherton

The latest in the New York Times-bestselling series, featuring the original paranormal detectiveIn this New York Times bestseller, dashing Australian Jack McBride arrives in the village of Finch to wrap up his reclusive late uncle's affairs. <P><P> While helping Jack clear out his uncle's overgrown garden, Lori finds a long-forgotten wishing well. As a joke, she makes a wish--and it comes true! Word spreads, and soon the entire village besieges the well with wishes of their own. <P> As more and more wishes come true, chaos ensues, and Lori--with Aunt Dimity's otherworldly help--races to prove there's something other than magic at work before her beloved village implodes.well.

Bone Crossed (Mercy Thompson Book #4)

by Patricia Briggs

View our feature on Patricia Briggs's Bone Crossed.Shapeshifter Mercy Thompson hit the #1 spot on the bestseller list with Iron Kissed... And she's planning a return trip. <P><P> Marsilia, the local vampire queen, has learned that Mercy crossed her by slaying a member of her clan. Now, she's out for blood. But since Mercy is protected from direct reprisal by the werewolf pack-and her relationship with its sexy Alpha-it's not Mercy's blood Marsilia is after...

The Bone Seeker: An Edie Kiglatuk Mystery (Book #3)

by M. J. Mcgrath

The intrepid Edie Kiglatuk discovers one of her female students dead in a toxic lake in her third arctic mystery In the third novel in this highly praised mystery series that will appeal to fans of The Killing, Top of the Lake, and The Bridge, Edie Kiglatuk works as a summer school teacher in the Canadian arctic. <P><P> When one of her female students is found dead in nearby Lake Turngaluk, Edie enlists the help of Sergeant Derek Palliser to pursue the case, promising the girl's Inuit family that they will uncover the truth. Meanwhile, lawyer Sonia Gutierrez investigates the toxicity of the lake and suspects that there might be a larger conspiracy involved.<P> As the three clamber over rocky terrain under twenty-four-hour daylight they start to unearth secrets long frozen over--risking their own lives in the process. With stunning prose, M. J. McGrath delivers another thrill ride through a hauntingly beautiful landscape.

A Book of Spirits and Thieves

by Morgan Rhodes

"...A modern day Outlander...filled with adventure and danger...a breathless tale that only Morgan Rhodes could tell."--Hypable New York Times bestselling author Morgan Rhodes takes readers into exhilarating new high-fantasy territory with A BOOK OF SPIRITS AND THIEVES, an epic contemporary saga perfect for fans of Sarah J. Maas and Diana Gabaldon's Outlander. The lives of Toronto teens Crystal and Becca Hatcher revolve around helping their mother out at the family's used bookstore, The Speckled Muse. It's a relatively uneventful after-school job, until an package arrives addressed to her mother, Julia. Thinking it's nothing more than run-of-the-mill inventory, Becca opens it and removes the book inside, unwittingly triggering an ancient magic and intertwining their fates with the powers that flow from the mysterious leather-bound book. Two parallel worlds collide and Becca is left in a catatonic state after her spirit is snatched from modern-day Toronto back to the ancient world of Mytica. Crys is guilt-ridden, having witnessed the entire event, and vows to do whatever is necessary to save her... but from what? Nothing has prepared them for what's in store.Written in alternating perspectives that shift between modern-day Toronto and the ancient kingdoms of Mytica, Rhodes delivers a rich and suspensful series opener that will leave readers breathless. From the Hardcover edition.

The Duke Can Go to the Devil (A Prelude to a Kiss Book #3)

by Erin Knightley

In the new novel from the bestselling author of The Earl I Adore, May Bradford isn't afraid to play devil's advocate when it comes to a duke....<P><P> After her mother's death, May's sea captain father sends her halfway around the world to live with his stodgy sister in England. The summer festival in Bath made for a lovely distraction, but now she can't wait for her father's return so she can leave this country, its suffocating rules, and one infuriatingly proper nobleman in particular behind.Because he is the Duke of Radcliffe, William Spencer's whole life revolves around his duties. He never steps foot outside the bounds of proper behavior, and he expects the same of those around him. <P> With her devil-may-care ways, May vexes him nearly as much as she tempts him, but there's something about her that he just can't resist. He knows he's falling hard for her, but with lives that are worlds apart, will they ever be able to find any common ground?

Divided in Death (In Death #18)

by J. D. Robb

Reva Ewing was a former member of the Secret Service, and then a security specialist for Roarke Enterprises--until she was found standing over the dead bodies of her husband, renowned artist Blair Bissel, and her best friend. <P><P> But Lieutenant Eve Dallas believes there was more to the killing than jealous rage--all of Bissel's computer files were deliberately corrupted. To Roarke, it's the computer attack that poses the real threat. He and Reva have been under a code-red government contract to develop a program that would shield against techno-terrorists. <P> But this deadly new breed of hackers isn't afraid to kill to protect their secret--and it's up to Lieutenant Eve Dallas to shut them down before the nightmare can spread to the whole country.

The Cove: An FBI Thriller (Book #1)

by Catherine Coulter

In this "fast-paced" (Publishers Weekly) page-turner, the daughter of a murdered high-powered lawyer seeks sanctuary in a quaint little town, only to learn she can't escape her past-or FBI Special Agent Dillon Savich.

Double Trouble #4

by Andrew Farley Sue Bentley Angela Swan

Kim can't wait for her cousin Mia and her Siamese cat, Bibi, to come visit. But when they turn up, neither cousin nor cat are half as nice as Kim remembers! Mia and her cat proceed to make Kim's week a terrible one. . . but when Kim discovers a tiny silver kitten in her gardening shed, things seem to get magically better.

Black Rose: In the Garden Trilogy (Book #2)

by Nora Roberts

#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents the second novel of her In the Garden trilogy, as three women must discover the secrets from the past contained within their historic home...<P><P> A Harper has always lived at Harper House, the centuries-old mansion just outside of Memphis. And for as long as anyone alive remembers, the ghostly Harper Bride has walked the halls, singing lullabies at night...<P> At forty-seven, Rosalind Harper is a woman whose experiences have made her strong enough to bend without breaking--and to weather any storm. A widow with three grown sons, she survived a disastrous second marriage and built her In the Garden nursery from the ground up. Through the years, In the Garden has become more than just a thriving business--it is a symbol of hope and independence to Roz, and to the two women she shares it with. Newlywed Stella and new mother Hayley are the sisters of her heart, and together, the three of them are the future of In the Garden.<P> Hired to investigate Roz's Harper ancestors, Dr. Mitchell Carnegie finds himself just as intrigued by Roz herself. And as they begin to resurrect old secrets, Roz is shocked to find herself falling for the fascinating genealogist--even when he learns more about her than anyone has before...Previously in the In the Garden trilogyBlue DahliaAnd don't miss the final In the Garden bookRed Lily

Hamish X And The Hollow Mountain (Hamish X #2)

by Sean Cullen

When we last saw Hamish X, he had been captured once more by the evil Grey Agents of the ODA(Orphan Disposal Agency), and the Wind City Orphanage had been destroyed.<P><P> But with Mimi's strength and Parveen's ingenuity, Hamish X and all their Wind City friends are rescued. Now, new and surprising adventures are in store for everyone, when they make their escape to ... Switzerland!<P> Deep within the Alps, the world's lost children have found safe haven in a hidden world. It is here, in the Hollow Mountain, where the mysteries of Hamish X, his boots, and his past will begin to unfold--if the Grey Agents don't get to him first!

Hunting Ground (Alpha and Omega #2)

by Patricia Briggs

In Hunting Ground, #1 New York Times bestselling author Patricia Briggs invites readers to follow her even deeper into that seductive realm of the unknown... <P><P> Anna Latham didn't know how complicated life could be until she became a werewolf. And until she was mated to Charles Cornick, the son--and enforcer--of Bran, the leader of the North American werewolves, she didn't know how dangerous it could be, either... <P> Anna and Charles have just been enlisted to attend a summit to present Bran's controversial proposition: that the wolves should finally reveal themselves to humans. But the most feared Alpha in Europe is dead set against the plan--and it seems like someone else might be, too. When Anna is attacked by vampires using pack magic, the kind of power only werewolves should be able to draw on, Charles and Anna must combine their talents to hunt down whoever is behind it all--or risk losing everything...<P> The first Alpha and Omega novel, Cry Wolf, unlocked the doors to a unique urban landscape in "a great...new werewolf series" (Darque Reviews).

Hope without Optimism

by Terry Eagleton

In his latest book, Terry Eagleton, one of the most celebrated intellects of our time, considers the least regarded of the virtues. His compelling meditation on hope begins with a firm rejection of the role of optimism in life's course. Like its close relative, pessimism, it is more a system of rationalization than a reliable lens on reality, reflecting the cast of one's temperament in place of true discernment. Eagleton turns then to hope, probing the meaning of this familiar but elusive word: Is it an emotion? How does it differ from desire? Does it fetishize the future? Finally, Eagleton broaches a new concept of tragic hope, in which this old virtue represents a strength that remains even after devastating loss has been confronted. In a wide-ranging discussion that encompasses Shakespeare's Lear, Kierkegaard on despair, Aquinas, Wittgenstein, St. Augustine, Kant, Walter Benjamin's theory of history, and a long consideration of the prominent philosopher of hope, Ernst Bloch, Eagleton displays his masterful and highly creative fluency in literature, philosophy, theology, and political theory. Hope without Optimism is full of the customary wit and lucidity of this writer whose reputation rests not only on his pathbreaking ideas but on his ability to engage the reader in the urgent issues of life. Page-Barbour Lectures

The Complexity of Connection: Writings from the Stone Center's Jean Baker Miller Training Institute

by Judith V. Jordan Maureen Walker Linda M. Harding

The volume presents an absorbing and practical examination of connection and disconnection at both individual and societal levels. Chapters explore how experiences of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, class, and gender influence relationships, and how people can connect across difference and disagreement.

Extreme Scientists

by Donna M. Jackson

Three scientists whose research entails physical danger are featured here: one flies into hurricanes; another explores caves; and the third climbs the world's tallest trees.

Moral Theory: A Non-Consequentialist Approach

by David S. Oderberg

The book sets out the basic system used to solve moral problems, the system that consequentialists deride as 'traditional morality'. The central concepts, principles and distinctions of traditional morality are explained and defended.

Ethics: Inventing Right and Wrong

by J. L. Mackie

This title presents an insight into moral skepticism of the 20th century. The author argues that our every-day moral codes are an 'error theory' based on the presumption of moral facts which, he persuasively argues, don't exist.

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave

by Frederick Douglass

This autobiography of the author talks about his struggle to gain freedom and includes a background note about the book and a lively afterword.

Hot and Bothered (Rough and Tumble Series #3)

by Crystal Green

On the dusty outskirts of Vegas, there's a down and dirty saloon where all sorts of lethally charming--and genuinely dangerous--men carouse to seduce the women who happen to venture inside on their way to and from Sin City.<P><P> Despite the many women he's bedded over the years, Gideon Lane has never been able to get Rochelle Burton completely out of his head. He certainly never expected to see the city girl again, now a successful author, all grown up in all the right places and asking for his protection. After their disastrous night together, Rochelle was determined to put Gideon--and the things he made her want--far behind her. <P> But when an obsessive fan expresses their anger over her latest book in a disturbing way, Rochelle's overprotective cousins insist she hire the best bodyguard the Rough & Tumble saloon can offer. Both Rochelle and Gideon intend to keep their relationship strictly professional, but when the threat to Rochelle puts them in close quarters , Gideon can't help wanting the chance to prove that some things are better the second time around...<P> Crystal Green is a RITA nominated romantic fiction author. She is the author of Down & Dirty, Rough & Tumble, and the Vampire Babylon urban fantasy series writing as Chris Marie Green.

Hooked on Ewe (A Scottish Highlands Mystery)

by Hannah Reed

In national bestselling author Hannah Reed's latest Scottish Highlands mystery, aspiring romance novelist Eden Elliott discovers the landscape isn't the only thing that's dramatic when a local woman is done in...<P><P> It's early September in Glenkillen, Scotland, when American expat (and budding romance novelist) Eden Elliott is recruited by the local inspector to act as a special constable. Fortunately it's in name only, since not much happens in Glenkillen.<P> For now Eden has her hands full with other things: preparing for the sheepdog trial on the MacBride farm--a fundraiser for the local hospice--and helping her friend Vicki with her first yarn club skein-of-the-month deliveries. Everything seems to be coming together--until the head of the welcoming committee is found strangled to death with a club member's yarn.<P> Now Eden feels compelled to honor her commitment as constable and herd together the clues, figure out which ones are dogs, and which ones will lead to a ruthless killer . . .From the Paperback edition.

Problems of Knowledge: A Critical Introduction to Epistemology

by Michael Williams

Problems of Knowledge provides clear and engaging explanations of the theory of knowledge and why it matters, offering an excellent foundation for students in introductory epistemology courses.

Current View of Higher Education

by Clint Vogus

The purpose of this book is to explore some of the most important questions about higher education, with the hope that those who are faced with higher education decisions will be better equipped to make more informed decisions.

The Insider (Kingdom Keepers #7)

by Ridley Pearson

Deception and betrayal rock the Kingdom Keepers as the merciless group of Disney villains known as the Overtakers stage an unexpected comeback. The Keepers have one last chance to preserve the heart of the Kingdom-Disneyland-from a terrifying destruction decades in the making.

Honeytrap (Aiden Falls Novel)

by Crystal Green

Have you ever had a boyfriend cheat on you? Did you call him out on it, even if he's the hometown hero? I did and managed to get my heart broken in the process...<P><P> Now, back home in Aidan Falls for the summer, all I want to do is keep my head down until next semester starts--a hard prospect when my ex, his ex, and the whole damn town can't seem to let go of the past.And that's not even mentioning Micah Wyatt, the ludicrously hot new guy who seems to know all about my past, and he isn't shy about wanting to trap me in a bet he's made to get the town pariah--aka me--under the sheets.I know Micah is bad news, but that doesn't make him any easier to resist. After all, I've had a taste of bad before, and I'm not sure I want to go back to being the good girl...Includes a preview of the second Aidan Falls novel.Praise for the Novels of Crystal Green:"Green's Texas romance is full of humor, including catchy, kitschy quotes, and it keeps the pages turning and the love story fresh, sweet and funny."--RT Book Reviews (4 ½ stars, Top Pick)Crystal Green is a RITA nominated romantic fiction author. As Chris Marie Green, she has written fantasy novels including the Vampire Babylon series and the Jensen Murphy, Ghost for Hire series, as well as the upcoming new adult SHE CODE books. As Christine Cody, she wrote the supernatural post-apocalyptic western Bloodlands series.

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