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At Risk (Winston Garano #1)

by Patricia Daniels Cornwell

From America's number-one-bestselling crime writer, an electrifying new thriller-with a twist. For decades, Patricia Cornwell has demonstrated her extraordinary ability not just to entertain and enthrall, but also to surprise-- and At Risk will surprise everyone. It is a book filled with all the chilling suspense, rich characters, and trademark forensics that have made her an international phenomenon. But what Cornwell does with those ingredients is a revelation. A Massachusetts state investigator is called home from Knoxville, Tennessee, where he is completing a course at the National Forensic Academy. His boss, the district attorney, an attractive but hard-charging woman, is planning to run for governor, and as a showcase she's planning to use a new crime initiative called At Risk, its motto "Any crime, any time." In particular, she's been looking for a way to employ some cutting-edge DNA technology, and she thinks she's found it in a twenty-year-old murder in Tennessee. If her office solves the case, they'll all end up looking pretty good, right? Her investigator is not so sure-- not sure about anything to do with this woman, really-- but before he can open his mouth, a shocking piece of violence intervenes, an act that shakes up not only their lives but the lives of everyone around them as well. It is not a random event. Is it personal? Is it professional? Whatever it is, the implications are very, very bad indeed... and they're about to get much worse.

At Risk Youth: A Comprehensive Response for Counselors, Teachers, Psychologists, and Human Service Professionals (Fifth Edition)

by J. Jeffries Mcwhirter Benedict T. Mcwhirter Ellen Hawley Mcwhirter Robert J. Mcwhirter

This text provides the conceptual and practical information on key issues and problems you will need to prepare effectively for work with at-risk youth.

At Seventy: A Journal

by May Sarton

Sarton describes life in New England in the earlier 80s through a series of journal entries detailing her dealings in the garden and with others.

At Some Disputed Barricade: 1917 (World War One #4)

by Anne Perry

Anne Perry's gift for illuminating the heart's deepest secrets shines through in her bestselling series of World War I novels. With compelling immediacy, she depicts the struggles of men and women torn by their convictions and challenged by the perils of war. July 1917. Joseph Reavley, a chaplain, and his sister, Judith, an ambulance driver, are bone-weary as they approach the fourth year of the conflict; the peace of the English countryside seems a world away. On the Western Front, the Battle of Passchendaele has begun, and among the many fatalities from Joseph's regiment is the trusted commanding officer, who is replaced by a young major whose pompous incompetence virtually guarantees that many good soldiers will die needlessly. But soon he, too, is dead-killed by his own men. Although Joseph would like to turn a blind eye, he knows that he must not. Judith, however, anguished at the prospect of courts-martial and executions for the twelve men arrested for the crime, has no such inhibitions and, risking of her own life, helps all but one of the prisoners to escape. Back in England, Joseph and Judith's brother, Matthew, continues his desperate pursuit to unmask the sinister figure known as the Peacemaker-an obsessed genius who has committed murder and treason in an attempt to stop Britain from winning the war. As Matthew trails the Peacemaker, Joseph tracks his comrades through Switzerland and into enemy territory. His search will lead to a reckoning pitting courage and honor against the blind machinery of military justice. At Some Disputed Barricadeis an Anne Perry masterpiece-brilliant, surprising, and unforgettable. From the Hardcover edition.

At Swim-Two-Birds

by Flann O'Brien

O'Brien's first novel is a brilliant impressionistic jumble of ideas, mythology and nonsense. Operating on many levels, it incorporates plots within plots, giving full rein to O'Brien's dancing intellect and Celtic wit.

At Swim, Two Boys

by Jamie O'Neill

Set in Dublin, At Swim, Two Boys follows the year to Easter 1916, the time of Ireland's brave but fractured uprising against British rule. O'Neill tells the story of the love of two boys: Jim, a naive and reticent scholar and the younger son of the foolish aspiring shopkeeper Mr. Mack, and Doyler, the dark, rough-diamond son of Mr. Mack's old army pal. Doyler might once have made a scholar like Jim, might once have had prospects like Jim, but his folks sent him to work, and now, schoolboy no more, he hauls the parish midden cart, with socialism and revolution and willful blasphemy stuffed under his cap. And yet the future is rosy, Jim's father is sure. His elder son is away fighting the Hun for God and the British Army, and he has such plans for Jim and their corner shop empire. But Mr. Mack cannot see that the landscape is changing, nor does he realize the depth of Jim's burgeoning friendship with Doyler. Out at the Forty Foot, that great jut of rock where gentlemen bathe in the scandalous nude, the two boys meet day after day. There they make a pact: Doyler will teach Jim to swim, and in a year, Easter 1916, they will swim the bay to the distant beacon of Muglins Rock and claim that island for themselves. Ten years in the writing, At Swim, Two Boys has already caused a sensation in England and Ireland, earning lavish praise for its masterful portrayal of class, tradition, and the conflict that has haunted Ireland for centuries. Jamie O'Neill's poetic and evocative storytelling makes him a natural successor to James Joyce and Flann O'Brien. At its heart, At Swim, Two Boys is a tender and tragic love story that will resonate with all readers. But it is also a compelling and important work, a novel about people caught up in the tide of history -- set in a place and culture both unfamiliar and unforgettable.

At the Altar of Speed: The Fast Life and Tragic Death of Dale Earnhardt

by Leigh Montville

He was The Intimidator. A nightmare in the rear-view mirror. A unique winner in the boardroom. A seven-time Winston Cup champion. A driver whose personal success story and dedication inspired the adoration of millions of fans. Then on February 18, 2001, just seconds from the Daytona 500 finish line, the world of stock-car racing suffered a devastating loss as Dale Earnhardt fatally careened into a track wall. The tragic shock waves, and an unprecedented outpouring of respect and love, have not stopped since. At the Altar of Speedtakes readers behind the scenes of Earnhardt's celebrated life, tracing his rags-to-riches journey to the top of America's fastest-growing sport. Beginning with Earnhardt's early days growing up in small-town North Carolina, veteran sports writer Leigh Montville examines how a ninth-grade dropout started on the dusty dirt tracks of the South, went through two marriages and a string of no-future jobs before turning twenty-five, then took about a million left turns to glory. Through the pitfalls and triumphs, Earnhardt would ultimately become a celebrated champion, whose lifetime earnings would top forty-one million dollars. The son of a legendary racer, the father of a NASCAR star, he lived a total auto-racing life filled with triumph and sadness, great joy and great pain. Transporting readers to the colorful, noisy world of stock-car racing, where powerful engines allow drivers to reach speeds of 200 m. p. h. ,At the Altar of Speedvividly captures the man who drove the black No. 3 car, a man whose determination and inner strength left behind a legacy of greatness that has redefined his sport. Illustrated with a section of full-color photographs,At the Altar of Speedis a tribute to both the man and his unbeatable spirit.

At the Argentinean Billionaire's Bidding

by India Grey

Argentinean billionaire Alejandro D'Arienzo has fresh prey: heiress Tamsin Calthorpe. He sees her as a ravishing but spoiled beauty who destroyed his past--and he's ready to settle the score! What Alejandro doesn't know is that Tamsin loved him, hiding her naivete under the guise of willful sophistication. Now a talented designer, she's working hard to prove herself, despite her pedigree. But her credibility is in the hands of merciless Alejandro, who offers an ultimatum: her name in ruins, or her body in his bed. . . .

At the "Bells and Motley": A Mysterious Mr. Quin Story

by Agatha Christie

Previously published in the print anthology The Mysterious Mr. Quin. When Mr. Satterthwaite's chauffeured car breaks down in isolated Kirklington Mallet, he seeks refuge at the local inn. There he finds only one other guest--the mysterious Mr. Quin. Can they both save Stephen, a local man, from being unjustly sentenced for murder?

At the Billionaire's Bidding

by Trish Wylie

The bad-boy billionaire is back! Connor Flannaghan had always been out of her league. He was strong and gorgeous, and his charm was legendary! As a naive teenager Shannon could only gaze from the sidelines. . . as the love of her life stared straight past her. Now Shannon is all grown up, in control of her life and she's left the past, and her crush, behind. . . or so she thinks. Connor has just walked through her door, but the lazy smile is gone, replaced by a ruthless glint in his eye. The bad-boy billionaire is back, and he's better than ever!

At the Bottom of the River

by Jamaica Kincaid

Jamaica Kincaid's inspired, lyrical short stories. Reading Jamaica Kincaid is to plunge, gently, into another way of seeing both the physical world and its elusive inhabitants. Her voice is, by turns, naively whimsical and biblical in its assurance, and it speaks of what is partially remembered partly divined. The memories often concern a childhood in the Caribbean--family, manners, and landscape--as distilled and transformed by Kincaid's special style and vision. Kincaid leads her readers to consider, as if for the first time, the powerful ties between mother and child; the beauty and destructiveness of nature; the gulf between the masculine and the feminine; the significance of familiar things--a house, a cup, a pen. Transfiguring our human form and our surroundings--shedding skin, darkening an afternoon, painting a perfect place--these stories tell us something we didn't know, in a way we hadn't expected.

At the Bride Hunt Ball

by Olivia Parker

To Snare a Bride . . . To Gabriel Devine, Duke of Wolverest, the bonds of marriage are nothing more than shackles. But if he's to remain a lifelong bachelor, that leaves only his younger brother to carry on the family name. Inviting the ton's most eligible ladies to an elegant ball, Gabriel is certain any one of them would be all too eager to become the next duchess and provide an heir--leaving Gabriel to continue his ecstatic pursuit of pleasure. To Catch a Rogue . . . Her social-climbing stepmother would give anything to have Madelyn Haywood betrothed to a future duke. But Madelyn believes the brothers Devine to be nothing more than heartless rogues--especially Gabriel, whose rakish reputation precedes him. He is nothing more than a slave to passion, and she will not be conquered by his caresses­--and yet his wicked ways tempt her so . . .

At the Captain's Command

by Louise M. Gouge

Duty and career-Captain Thomas Moberly of His Majesty's Navy prizes them above all. So why is he tempted to relinquish both for Dinah Templeton? Though Dinah seems sweet and charming, the difference in station between an East Florida belle and the son of an earl is too marked to ignore. And all other obstacles pale with the discovery that Dinah's brother James is not what he seems. . . ;. A war is brewing on the colonies' horizon, and James has chosen his side-in opposition to the country Thomas has sworn to defend. But what of Dinah? Where does her heart truly lie-with her family, or with the man she claims to love?

At the Center of the Storm: My Years at the CIA

by George Tenet Bill Harlow

Autobiography of the CIA director from 1997 to 2004, during 9/11 and the initial invasion of Iraq

At the Chateau for Christmas

by Rebecca Winters

Falling for her enemy... The Valfort and Holden families are sworn enemies. But when Laura Holden Tate's grandmother dies, just before Christmas, it's French billionaire Nic Valfort who delivers the news. Returning to France to oversee the inheritance, Laura has no choice but to stay at Nic's chateau. He's the enemy, but at the most romantic time of the year Laura's resolve is tested. And when it transpires that their family feud is not what it seems, it looks as if this Christmas could transform their lives...forever!

At the Corner of King Street

by Mary Ellen Taylor

The author of The Union Street Bakery presents a new novel about a woman searching for a fresh start--while unable to forget the past... Adele "Addie" Morgan grew up in a house filled with pain and loss. Determined to live life on her own terms, Addie moves to the country and finds a job at a vineyard where she discovers stability, happiness, and--best of all--love with the kind owner, Scott. But an unexpected call abruptly pulls Addie out of her new and improved life. Her sister has just given birth and Addie's Aunt Grace wants her to return home to help the family--even if it means confronting things she's tried so hard to forget.When Addie arrives, she quickly realizes that she hasn't truly let go of her former life, at least not completely. After making a surprising connection with her sister's baby--and her sister's ex-husband, Zeb--Addie must choose between her picture-perfect future with Scott and the family roots she thought she'd left behind for good...

At the Corner of Mundane and Grace

by Christopher H. Fabry

Everyone yearns for the mountaintop. We search for the conference that will (God willing) be life-changing. The moment when everything in our lives will neatly come together. (It could happen.) Yet daily experience teaches us that we don't -- and probably never could -- permanently live at such heights. The opposite is also true. Tragedies touch our lives every now and then. When they do we hold on to God with all our might -- because He's the only thing that's real to us in those times. But just like life at the heights, life in "the pit" is not the norm.The truth is, most of life is lived somewhere between Mt. Everest and the Grand Canyon. We reside at the corner of Mundane and Grace. The bad news? It gets boring and a little tough to keep going. The good news? That's exactly where God wants you. With light-hearted humor, gentle encouragement, and a healthy dose of wisdom and insight, Chris Fabry reveals the beauty in where you are today -- encouraging you to step forward in faith and to encounter God as you have never before At the Corner of Mundane and Grace.You will laugh, cry, and pray as Chris Fabry takes you to the corner of Mundane and Grace. He writes with wonderful, penetrating, down-to-earth insights into both human foibles and the wonders of God's grace. At the corner of Mundane and Grace you will see God in your life in the most marvelous ways.--Charles W. Colson, Prison Fellowship MinistriesIf your life is rather ordinary, this book will lead you to the extraordinary stuff that God has hidden in your daily routines.--Joseph M. Stowell, President, Moody Bible InstituteA big problem in our Christian faith is that we think God is with us only in the pew, when we're spit-shined and all tucked in. Chris Fabry tells us otherwise -- that God is with us when we're elbow-deep in dirty diapers, when our marriages are faltering, when the kids are sick and the dog is dying.--Philip Gulley, Author, Front Porch TalesWarm, witty, winsome! This happy volume will have a special place in my heart and in my home. I predict that others who taste and feast will be delighted and nourished as I have been.--Adrian Rogers, Pastor, Bellevue Baptist ChurchFrom the Hardcover edition.

At the Count's Bidding

by Caitlin Crews

"It's the surrender. It's all about the surrender." Paige Fielding has waited ten years for Giancarlo Alessi to walk back into her life. But the man she was once forced to betray isn't interested in asking questions, or hearing apologies... Shocked to discover Paige working as his mother's PA, Giancarlo sees his thirst for vengeance reignite. So he lures her to Tuscany, where she will bow to his every pleasurable command. But the lines between payback and passion quickly blur. And when Giancarlo discovers Paige is pregnant he must ask himself: Is it really revenge he so desperately craves-or her?

At the Crossing Places (Arthur Trilogy, Book 2)

by Kevin Crossley-Holland

In late twelfth-century England, the thirteen-year-old Arthur goes to begin his new life as squire to Lord Stephen at Holt, where crusaders ready themselves.

At the Crossroads

by Rachel Isadora

"Our fathers are coming home," the children shout. This is a story set in South Africa and about children waiting to welcome their fathers back home who have been away for ten months working in the mines.

At the Crossroads

by Travis Hunter

The future he was meant for is just within his reach. . . Franklyn "Franky" Bourgeois is fifteen, and he's already done more living than most. First he was blasted out of a normal childhood in New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina hit. Determined to survive, he left town with two older cousins. They were nothing short of thugs, but they were all he had. And hard as he tried, even for a good kid like Franky, their influence was hard to resist. . . Now Franky's just a heartbeat away from a life of crime--until he gets an unexpected chance to turn things around. Getting back on track is easier said than done, especially when a group of prep school fools set out to keep Franky on the streets. But Franky's always been a survivor. He'll just have to prove it one more time. . . "Travis Hunter knows the urban teen scene. " --Ni-Ni Simone, author of Teenage Love Affair

At the Crossroads

by Sally Mackenzie Travis Hunter Vanessa Kelly

The future he was meant for is just within his reach. . . Franklyn "Franky" Bourgeois is fifteen, and he's already done more living than most. First he was blasted out of a normal childhood in New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina hit. Determined to survive, he left town with two older cousins. They were nothing short of thugs, but they were all he had. And hard as he tried, even for a good kid like Franky, their influence was hard to resist. . . Now Franky's just a heartbeat away from a life of crime--until he gets an unexpected chance to turn things around. Getting back on track is easier said than done, especially when a group of prep school fools set out to keep Franky on the streets. But Franky's always been a survivor. He'll just have to prove it one more time. . . "Travis Hunter knows the urban teen scene." --Ni-Ni Simone, author of Teenage Love Affair

At the Dawn of Modernity: Biology, Culture, and Material Life in Europe After the Year 1000

by David Levine

An accessible introduction to the origins of the modern Western world, using demographic history as a lens for examining possible accounts of transformations of economic, political, and domestic life in Western Europe between A. D. 1000 and 1400.

At the Drop of a Hat

by Jenn Mckinlay

From the New York Times bestselling author of the Library Lover's Mysteries and Death of a Mad Hatter comes a tale of hat shop owners who put a cap on crime. MURDER CAN BE SO OLD HAT Cousins Scarlett Parker and Vivian Tremont's fashionable London hat shop, Mim's Whims, is visited by a new customer bearing an old hat box. Ariana Jackson is getting married and wants to restore her mother's bridal hat and veil for the occasion. The elegant item was made by Scarlett and Vivian's grandmother over thirty years ago, so Viv is delighted to take the job. When Scarlett goes to Ariana's office to consult about the restoration cost, she finds her outside, standing over her boss's dead body. Though Ariana claims to know nothing about his demise, the investigation unveils a motive for murder. Now, with the bride-to-be in custody and the wedding on hold, Scarlett and Viv must find the real killer before Ariana's future is boxed up for good.

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