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In God We Still Trust: A 365-Day Devotional

by Richard Lee

A year-long devotional that explores the Godly principles on which our country was founded.Experience gratitude for country and love of God with this 365-dayjourneythrough America's historical events as Dr. Richard Lee introduces thepeoplewho established and shaped our nation, and teaches the Godly principles onwhich it was founded. Each devotional is followed by a Patriot Prayerand Promise. Scripture is taken from the New King James Version of theBible.

In God's Care

by Karen Casey

The books in the Hazelden Meditation Series have guided millions as they search for the wisdom and understanding they need to live one day at a time. Originally developed for people recovering from alcoholism and other addictions, these books will also appeal to anyone interested in personal and spiritual growth.In God's Care guides readers in understanding and strengthening their connection with a Higher Power, however they choose to define that presence. With the inspiration and support unique to Hazelden meditation books, In God's Care offers encouragement and guidance for "practicing the presence of God" in daily life.

In Good Faith

by Scott Pratt

It's the most disturbing case of his career. This time, though, Joe Dillard is finally on the right side. Or so he thinks.... In Good Faith. A family is slaughtered in rural Tennessee. Two Goth teens stand accused of the murders, and it's up to prosecutor Joe Dillard to convict them. A former defense attorney who has spent way too much time defending people he knows are guilty, Joe is determined to win this case to atone for his past. But there's a crucial missing piece to this case: A young woman named Natasha, who apparently inspired the slayings, is walking around free because the boys, fearing for their lives, refuse to implicate her. Now Joe must risk everything--including the safety of his family and his own good faith--to bring a guilty woman to justice.

In Good Faith (The Horseshoe Trilogies #4)

by Lucy Daniels

Josie is happy that Faith has found a home with Jill Atterbury. Jill hasn't been able to ride a horse since she was injured in a car accident, but little by little she takes up riding again on Faith. As Josie moves into a new home and settles into a new life, her visits with Jill and Faith teach her about difficult transitions.

In Grandma's Attic

by Arleta Richardson Patrice Barton

A young girl delights in her grandmother's stories of days gone by, sparked by keepsakes and simple questions, Grandma shares marvelous stories of mischief , discovery, and laughter, such as the time she accidentally lost the family buggy. Part of the bestselling Grandma's Attic series, these charming tales--updated with delightful new illustrations--will whisk you away to another time and place. And you'll find something worth far more than any treasure or keepsake...timeless lessons of life and faith!

In Great Waters

by Kit Whitfield

In a tense, divided court, a young princess watches her mother struggle to hold the throne. On a remote coastal estate, a scholar finds a child washed up on the shore. Anne. Henry. A Christian princess of the royal blood. A pagan bastard, groomed all his hidden, lonely life to make a grab for the crown. In this work of stunning imagination, Kit Whitfield has written a fictional history at once familiar and alien. Since the ninth century, when the deepsmen invaded Venice, an uneasy alliance has held between the people of the land and the sea. That alliance was brokered by the warrior queen, Angelica, half landsman, half deepsman, the mother of the royal houses of Europe. Now, centuries later, no navy can cross the seas without allies in the ocean - and without deepsmen guarding its shores, no nation can withstand invasion. The hybrid kings keep the treaty between both sides, protecting their people from the threat of war. The royal blood is the key to peace, and ferociously protected. The penalties for any landsman who tries to breed with a deepsman are severe; the fate of any 'bastard' child, born of such an illegitimate union, is terrible. But the royal house of England is staggering, collapsing under the weight of centuries of inbreeding. Anne prays for guidance, a way into the future without hatred or bloodshed. Henry holds with fierce certainty that only the strong survive. But if either of them is to outlive the coming conflict, they may need more than faith alone

In The Groove

by Pamela Britton

She wouldn't know a NASCAR star if he hit her with his car'and he just did. Sarah was a kindergarten teacher until a sleazy ex'boyfriend got her fired. Now the only job she can find is driving the motor coach for racing star Lance Cooper. She doesn't know a thing about NASCAR ? and she's off to a rocky start when she doesn't recognize her ultra'famous boss. Lance can't help but notice Sarah's sweet smile ? and how seriously unimpressed she is with his fame. Her reaction piques his interest ? and he's convinced she's a good'luck charm. But Sarah has no interest in Lance's jet'setting life; she'd rather deal with spitballs than one supersexy race car driver. Too bad whenever he comes near her she turns hot as race fuel. Soon things begin to heat up on the track, and Sarah begins to wonder if she might be able to teach one famous race car driver a few lessons about love.

In Harm's Way: The Sinking of the USS Indianapolis and the Extraordinary Story of Its Survivors

by Doug Stanton

On the night of July 30, 1945, the Navy cruiser USS Indianapolis was torpedoed by a Japanese sub, sending 900 men into the Pacific. What happened next was a nightmarish battle for survival.

In Harm's Way (Walt Fleming #4)

by Ridley Pearson

Sun Valley sheriff Walt Fleming's budding relationship with local photographer Fiona Kenshaw hits a rough patch after she is responsible for a heroic river rescue yet attempts to avoid the press. Despite her laudable actions, she begs Walt to help keep her photo out of the local paper. Confused by her protests, Walt thinks she's just being modest about her heroism. While Sun Valley is known as a billionaire's playground, Walt's job still keeps him grounded firmly in reality. One day he's rubbing elbows with political royalty; the next he's stepping over spilled jam jars while investigating the vandalism of a local home by a brown bear, and trying to find sitters for his twin daughters. He's dodging Fiona, chasing down criminals, and attending charity fund-raisers, feeling like he's leading a double life. It's at one charity benefit that a young woman he once rescued is convinced she has seen a ghost: her former captor, a man Walt watched die. Then Walt gets a phone call that changes everything: Lou Boldt, a legendary homicide sergeant out of Seattle, reports that a recent murder in his city may have a high-profile Sun Valley connection. Their shared search for information is soon complicated by the discovery of a body at the side of the valley's busiest road, not far from where the spooked young woman lives. A young woman who happens to be under the watchful care of Fiona. Walt and Boldt sense a connection -- but are some cases better left in the cold-case file? Can Walt turn away from what seems an impossible truth? Can Boldt trick the suspect out into the open? Walt and Boldt begin to fit together the pieces of a terrifying puzzle -- in the process putting themselves and everyone around them in harm's way.

In Her Day

by Rita Mae Brown

For years a "lost" collector's item, here is the second novel from a brilliant young author testing her literary muscle, and it's bursting at the seams with Rita Mae Brown's trademark cast of characters and crackling quips. Written immediately after her classic Rubyfruit Jungle, In Her Day takes a loving swipe at the charged political atmosphere of Greenwich Village in the early seventies. Elegant art history professor Carole Hanratty insists brains transcend lust--until she crashes into Ilse, a revolutionary feminist flush with the arrogance of youth. Blazing with rhetoric, their romance is a sexual and ideological inferno. Ilse campaigns to get Carole to join The Movement, but forty-four-year-old Carole and her zany peers have twenty years of fight behind them and are wary of causes bogged down in talk. After all, says Carole's best friend, the real reason for a revolution is so the good things in life circulate. Her idea of subversion is hiring a Rolls-Royce to go to McDonald's. In Her Day, with its infectious merriment and serious underpinnings, proves that if politics is the great divider, humor is the ultimate restorative.From the Paperback edition.

In Her Own Voice

by Hayley Westenra Darren Henley

For the first time the ordinary girl with the extraordinary voice tells her story. At the age of twenty, singing sensation Hayley Westenra already has more than three-and-a-half million CD sales to her name, and is the fastest-selling debut classical artist in British chart history - as well as the biggest-selling artist of all time in her native New Zealand. In her honest and uplifting autobiography, Hayley reveals what it's like to be the honorary mascot for the world-beating All Blacks rugby team, as well as one of the youngest ever ambassadors of UNICEF, and how a teenage busker from Christchurch ended up performing for the Queen, Prince Charles, President George W Bush and Tony Blair - all at the same time.

In Her Prime: The Murder of a Political Star

by Glenn Puit

State controller Kathy Augustine was one of Nevada's best known politicians, and had plenty of enemies. So when the healthy, vibrant, fifty-year-old with no history of heart trouble suddenly stopped breathing, investigators wanted to know why. One nurse had a theory-and it involved Kathy's husband.

In Her Shoes

by Jennifer Weiner

Meet Rose Feller. She's thirty years old and a high-powered attorney with a secret passion for romance novels. She has an exercise regime she's going to start next week, and she dreams of a man who will slide off her glasses, gaze into her eyes, and tell her that she's beautiful. She also dreams of getting her fantastically screwed-up little sister to get her life together. Meet Rose's sister, Maggie. Twenty-eight years old, drop-dead gorgeous and only occasionally employed, Maggie sings backup in a band called Whiskered Biscuit. Although her dreams of big-screen stardom haven't progressed past her left hip's appearance in a Will Smith video, Maggie dreams of fame and fortune -- and of getting her dowdy big sister to stick to a skin-care regime. These two women with nothing in common but a childhood tragedy, shared DNA, and the same size feet, are about to learn that their family is more different than they ever imagined, and that they're more alike than they'd ever believe. In Her Shoes -- Jennifer Weiner's follow-up to her critically acclaimed debut, Good in Bed -- observes Rose and Maggie, the brain and the beauty, as they make journeys of discovery that take them from the streets of Philadelphia to Ivy League libraries to a "retirement community for active seniors" in Boca Raton. Along the way, they'll encounter a wild cast of characters -- from a stepmother who's into recreational Botox to a small, disdainful pug with no name. They'll borrow shoes and clothes and boyfriends, and make peace with their most intimate enemies -- each other. Funny and poignant, richly detailed and wrenchingly real, In Her Shoes will speak to anyone who has endured the bonds of big -- or little -- sisterhood, or longed for a life different from the one the world has dictated, and dreamed of trying something else on for size.

In Her Shoes

by Jennifer Weiner

Meet Rose Feller. She's thirty years old and a high-powered attorney with a secret passion for romance novels. She has an exercise regime she's going to start next week, and she dreams of a man who will slide off her glasses, gaze into her eyes, and tell her that she's beautiful. She also dreams of getting her fantastically screwed-up little sister to get her life together. Meet Rose's sister, Maggie. Twenty-eight years old, drop-dead gorgeous and only occasionally employed, Maggie sings backup in a band called Whiskered Biscuit. Although her dreams of big-screen stardom haven't progressed past her left hip's appearance in a Will Smith video, Maggie dreams of fame and fortune -- and of getting her dowdy big sister to stick to a skin-care regime. These two women with nothing in common but a childhood tragedy, shared DNA, and the same size feet, are about to learn that their family is more different than they ever imagined, and that they're more alike than they'd ever believe. In Her Shoes -- Jennifer Weiner's follow-up to her critically acclaimed debut, Good in Bed -- observes Rose and Maggie, the brain and the beauty, as they make journeys of discovery that take them from the streets of Philadelphia to Ivy League libraries to a "retirement community for active seniors" in Boca Raton. Along the way, they'll encounter a wild cast of characters -- from a stepmother who's into recreational Botox to a small, disdainful pug with no name. They'll borrow shoes and clothes and boyfriends, and make peace with their most intimate enemies -- each other. Funny and poignant, richly detailed and wrenchingly real, In Her Shoes will speak to anyone who has endured the bonds of big -- or little -- sisterhood, or longed for a life different from the one the world has dictated, and dreamed of trying something else on for size.

In Her Sister's Footstep (Tales From Grace Chapel Inn #38)

by Barbara Andrews Pam Hanson

When Jane takes a tumble and lands herself on crutches, the Howard sisters are hard-pressed to work out an arrangement that will keep Grace Chapel Inn running smoothly. How will they keep things going until Jane is ready to resume her duties? A burly fellow with a sizzling skillet steps in to take over the kitchen, and Louise substitutes for a different, less desirable chore, while Alice is left to deal with an absent-minded guest who may put them all in danger. Odd things happen when each one tries to follow in her sister's footsteps. Once you visit the charming village of Acorn Hill, tucked away in rural Pennsylvania, you'll never want to leave. Townsfolk relax on their porch swings or gather to discuss the day's events at the Coffee Shop over homemade pie. It's the kind of town where friendship and faith flow together like a wide river on a fine spring day. And you'll love spending time with the Howard sisters, who have begun a new life together in their childhood home, a gracious Victorian house that is now a bed-and-breakfast called Grace Chapel Inn. Here they rekindle old memories, rediscover the bonds of sisterhood, revel in the blessings of friendship and meet many fascinating guests along the way.

In Her Wake

by K. A. Tucker

Author's Note: Although it is a prequel, In Her Wake is best read after completing Ten Tiny Breaths.Before you knew him as Trent in Ten Tiny Breaths, he was Cole Reynolds--and he had it all. Until one night when he makes a fatal, wrong decision...and loses everything.When a drunken night out at a Michigan State college party results in the death of six people, Cole must come to terms with his part in the tragedy. Normally, he'd be able to lean on his best friends--the ones who have been in his life since he could barely walk. Only, they're gone. Worse, there's the shattered body of a sixteen-year-old girl lying somewhere in a hospital bed, her entire life ripped from her because of a case of beer and a set of keys. Everyone assures him that they know it wasn't intentional, and yet he can't ignore the weight of their gazes, the whispers behind his back. Nor can he shake the all-consuming guilt he feels every time he thinks of that girl who won't so much as allow him near her hospital room to apologize. As the months go by and the shame and loneliness festers, Cole begins to lose his grip on what once was important--college, his girlfriend, his future. His life. It's not until Cole hits rock-bottom that he can begin to see another way out of his personal hell: forgiveness. And there's only one person who can give that to him...

In Her Words: Women's Writings in the History of Christian Thought

by Amy G. Oden

This book illustrates the contributions made to contemporary Christian theology by the increasing number of female theologians. Oden compiles selections from the writings of major female theologians from the early church through the present.

In High Gear

by Gina Wilkins

Some secrets aren't ever forgotten. . . Since the early days of NASCAR, the Murphy and Grosso families haven't been exactly friends. In fact, "bitter enemies" might be more accurate, with tales of deception, cheating and even suspected murder. But driver Kent Grosso--who's still hearing about his grandfather's decades-old grudge--has a few closeted skeletons of his own. . . . Professional photographer Tanya Wells thought she knew Kent pretty well, but it turns out Kent's been hiding a few details from her. To make matters worse, Kent's been getting anonymous e-mails from someone who's a little too familiar with the Grosso family history. . . and isn't above a little blackmail! Now the past is coming up fast in Kent's rearview mirror. Question is, can he swerve in time to avoid a deadly collision?

In His Eyes

by Emmie Dark

Hugh Lawson and Zoe Waters have a tangled history. But she left ten years ago and he's put her behind him. Except she's here again-just when Hugh's ready to make an offer for her family's legendary vineyard. And her version of those long-ago events is enough to make him question everything he thought he knew.Hugh can't let the past destroy his plans for the future. Which means he has to unravel the truth. But as he does, he begins to realize that he may have been as responsible for what happened as Zoe. And that going back could be the only way to move forward.

In His Loving Arms

by Cindy Gerard

Only Mark Remington could make her heart melt. But he wasn't the one she married. Now, widowed and pregnant, Lauren McKenzie was surprised to find him on her doorstep again seven years later. She didn't know why he'd come back--or why he was determined to stay... Helping his brother's widow get back on her feet was honorable. Yet Mark didn't know how much longer he could deny the feelings he had for this beautiful mother-to-be. All he wanted to do was pull Lauren to his heart and let her know they were destined for each other. Could he convince her that she would always be protected in his loving arms...?

In His Majesty's Service: Three Novels of Temeraire (His Majesty's Service, Throne of Jade, and Black Powder War)

by Naomi Novik

Together in one volume, here are the first three novels in Naomi Novik's New York Times bestselling Temeraire series, combining the gripping history of the Napoleonic era, the thrill of Anne McCaffrey's Dragonriders of Pern books, and the excitement of Patrick O'Brian's seafaring adventures. In His Majesty's Service also includes an exclusive original Temeraire short story.Capt. Will Laurence is serving with honor in the British Navy when his ship captures a French frigate harboring most a unusual cargo-an incalculably valuable dragon egg. When the egg hatches, Laurence unexpectedly becomes the master of the young dragon Temeraire and finds himself on an extraordinary journey that will shatter his orderly, respectable life and alter the course of his nation's history. Thrust into England's Aerial Corps, Laurence and Temeraire undergo rigorous training while staving off French forces intent on breaching British soil. But the pair has more than France to contend with when China learns that an imperial dragon intended for Napoleon-Temeraire himself- has fallen into British hands. The emperor summons the new pilot and his dragon to the Far East, a long voyage fraught with peril and intrigue. From England's shores to China's palaces, from the Silk Road's outer limits to the embattled borders of Prussia and Poland, Laurence and Temeraire must defend their partnership and their country from powerful adversaries around the globe. But can they succeed against the massed forces of Bonaparte's implacable army?From the Hardcover edition.

In His Sights

by Carol Steward

All eyes were on Dee Owens--including a killer's. The publicist's job was to assure the Magnolia College community that the campus was safe. . . despite two murders. But someone was watching Dee too closely, following her, making anonymous phone calls in a voice that sounded eerily familiar. And every time she turned around, there was her boss, handsome Brazilian Edgar Ortiz. He insisted on protecting her. And now it wasn't just fear sending those chills racing up her spine. . . .

In His Steps

by Charles M. Sheldon

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In His Will

by Cathy Marie Hake

Sondra's husband died, leaving her to fend for herself. When her only other friend, Miller, passes away, too, it's more than Sondra can take. But when Miller leaves her his cattle ranch, she can hardly believe how deeply she's been blessed. She just has to make it through one year with Miller's appointed ranch manager - then the Culry Q will be hers forever. Dylan Ward was Miller's neighbor, and they had a deal. But Miller's will completely changes the arrangement. Dylan is seeing red - red hair that is, because Sondra Thankful will get the Curl Q. Now Dylan has to run both his ranch and hers. Will Dylan be able to see the Lord's will, or just his own? Can Sondra ever find happiness again after losing so much?

In Homespun

by E. Nesbit

These tales are written in an English dialect

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