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Born To Protect (Firstborn Sons #3)

by Virginia Kantra

Jack Dalton was out of the business of saving lives-- until his expertise was needed to safeguard Princess Christina Sebastiani of Montebello from dangerous kidnappers. Holed up together day in and day out in a Montana hideaway, the brooding bodyguard and the scholarly virgin battled flaring tempers-- and smoldering passions. Yet, despite their friction, Christina clearly ached for much more than Jack' s fierce protection, and she beckoned him irresistibly close whenever she gazed up at him with her trusting blue eyes. Why, if Jack didn' t watch out, the blushing princess just might penetrate the bulletproof armor around his world-weary heart!

Born To Run

by Dave Marsh

A story of a rock "n" roll archetype.

Born to Run

by John M. Green

A spectacular political thriller... it kept me up nights - PJ O'Rourke, international best-selling author ...Murder, Terror and Treason... Isabel Diaz is set to be the first woman to win the White House. But her chances plummet when a Muslim protege is accused of syphoning funds to terrorists and, seemingly unrelated, a young Australian software whizz is tossed off a London skyscraper. Then, when a TV journalist digs up a dark secret from Isabel's past, her presidential hopes shatter. With the public stunned, and only days before the vote, terrorists use the Australian's stolen software to launch a daring attack on New York City. Isabel Diaz is born to run. But can she ever win?

The Born to Run

by Ryan Reed

In chronicling his travels to many of America's dog tracks, Greyhound owner and adoption advocate Ryan H. Reed shatters misconceptions about the controversial sport of Greyhound racing. Reed uncovers a world of magnificent canine athletes and their devoted owners and trainers. With amazing color photographs of the dogs in action, Born to Run gives readers a behind-the-scenes look at the daily activities of breeding kennels, racetracks, and adoption centers, detailing the lives of racing Greyhounds from puppyhood to their competitive careers to their lives as cherished pets after retirement.

Born to Run! (Cat in the Hat/Seuss)

by Tish Rabe

When Nick wants to go on an adventure and Sally wants to go swimming, the Cat in the Hat knows where they can do both--alongside Salmon Sam on her incredible journey up the Swirly Whirly River! Shrunk to the size of salmon and swimming in scuba gear, the Cat and kids join Sam as she swims against the current, jumps up waterfalls, and avoids being eaten by a grizzly bear in her quest to return to the pool of water where she was born to lay her eggs. This Little Golden Book is fine fishy fun for reading on a summer day, and at only $3.99--it's almost as incredible as Sam's journey!

Born to Run (Jack Swyteck #8)

by James Grippando

Bestselling author James Grippando is back with another innovative and action-packed thriller featuring his ever-popular hero. Jack Swyteck gets caught in a dangerous web of intrigue and murder at the top levels of the United States government in his most high-profile and disturbing case yet.Miami criminal defense lawyer Jack Swyteck guards his own family secrets closely, after his father's two terms as Florida's governor made some personal rifts public. Things between the two men are finally better, and whenever Harry Swyteck asks for Jack's help he gets it. Suddenly, Harry needs it more than ever before.When Harry's friend, the vice president of the United States, goes hunting for alligators in the Everglades and winds up dead, the president positions Harry to be his new VP. Harry immediately asks Jack to be his lawyer. The prestige that comes from the job turns lethal, however, when Jack finds himself at the heart of a complicated cover-up that spans nearly fifty years and the globe. Before hostages can be released, an old secret must be revealed, one that could threaten the life of the president of the United States himself.

Born to Run (Serrated Edge #1)

by Mercedes Lackey Larry Dixon

There are elves out there. And more are coming. But even elves need money to survive in the "real" world. The good elves, intrigued by the thrills of stock car racing, are manufacturing new, light-weight engines (with, incidentally, very little "cold" iron); the bad elves run a kiddie-porn and snuff-film ring, with occasional forays into drugs. Ranged on the other side of all that's good - Keighvin: elf lord with a problem, and the victim of a vendetta. -- Tannim: a human mage with a taste for fast cars and loud music. -- Sam Kelly: mild-mannered retired engineer with an Irish temper. -- Ross Canfield: a good old Southern boy who just happens to be dead. The people trapped in between: three runaways. Good kids already in serious trouble and about to get into more. Unwitting pawns in a deadly game, they will either be saved -- or led into a fate worse than death....

Born to Run (Shadowrun, # 1)

by Stephen Kenson

Born to Run The year is 2053. The Earth has been reborn. Long-dormant magical forces have returned to the world, and the creatures of mankind's legends and nightmares have come out of hiding. ... Megacorporations are the new world superpowers, ruling from the safety of vast arcologies. But outside the corporate enclaves, the dregs of society are at war. Organized crime gangs and other, more nefarious organizations struggle to carve out their own small empires. Sliding through the cracks in between are shadowrunners-professionals of the underworld who will do anything for a profit, and anything it takes to get the job done. Kellan Colt has come to Seattle to make a name for herself in the shadows. But her first run proves that in her line of work, there's no such thing as a sure thing, and that in her world, there is only one law-survival. FIRST IN THE ALL-NEW SHADOWRUN TRILOGY!

Born to Shop London: The Ultimate Guide for People Who Love to Shop

by Suzy Gershman

For over twenty years, Suzy Gershman has been leading savvy shoppers to the world's best finds. Now Born to Shop London is easier to use and packed with more up-to-date listings than ever before.

Born to Steal: When the Mafia Hit Wall Street

by Gary Weiss

Louis Pasciuto joined a fraudulent Mafia-connected brokerage firm in 1992, slowly falling deeper and deeper into complications with high-spending lifestyle and a host of dangerous characters seeking a piece of the Wall Street action, until finally he found himself cooperating with the FBI in investigating Mafia operations in the high finance world of New York. An investigative reporter for </BusinessWeek/> that made a name from his exposes of Mafia connections to Wall Street, Weiss sympathetically narrates Pasciuto's story for a general audience. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Born To Trot

by Marguerite Henry

As he learns about the famous Hambletonian, sire of the American trotter, young Gib White dreams of some day having his own filly become a champion trotter.

Born to Use Mics

by Michael Eric Dyson Sohail Daulatzai

At the age of nineteen, Nasir "Nas" Jones began recording tracks for his debut album-and changed the music world forever. Released in 1994, Illmatic was hailed as an instant masterpiece and has proven one of the most influential albums in hip-hop history. With its close attention to beats and lyricism, and riveting first-person explorations of the isolation and desolation of urban poverty, Illmatic was pivotal in the evolution of the genre.In Born to Use Mics, Michael Eric Dyson and Sohail Daulatzai have brought together renowned writers and critics including Mark Anthony Neal, Marc Lamont Hill, Eddie S. Glaude, Jr., and many others to confront Illmatic song by song, with each scholar assessing an individual track from the album. The result is a brilliant engagement with and commentary upon one of the most incisive sets of songs ever laid down on wax.

Born Twice

by Giuseppe Pontiggia

When a breach birth leaves Paulo severely disabled, his father, the articulate, unsentimental Professor Frigerio, struggles to come to terms with his son's condition. Face to face with his own limitations, Frigerio confronts the strange way society around him handles Paolo's handicaps and observes his surprising gifts. In spare, deeply affecting episodes, the professor of language explores the nuanced boundaries between "normal" and "disabled" worlds. A remarkable memoir of fathering, winner of the 2001 Strega Prize, Italy's most prestigious literary honor ,Born Twice is noted Italian author Guiseppe Pontiggia's American debut. Sometimes meditative, often humorous, and always probing, Pontiggia's haunting characters linger and resound long after the book is done. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Born Under Mars

by John Brunner

When mankind colonized the stars, it developed into two different, antagonistic types that had left Mars behind. But when secret agents of the two branches of humanity focused their unwelcome attention on the recent mission of one Martian mutant, Ray Mallin found himself the unwitting key to a secret that could affect the future of all mankind.

Born Wicked

by Jessica Spotswood

A Great and Terrible Beauty meets Cassandra Clare in this spellbinding fantasy Everybody knows Cate Cahill and her sisters are eccentric. Too pretty, too reclusive, and far too educated for their own good. But the truth is even worse: they're witches. And if their secret is discovered by the priests of the Brotherhood, it would mean an asylum, a prison ship - or an early grave. Before her mother died, Cate promised to protect her sisters. But with only six months left to choose between marriage and the Sisterhood, she might not be able to keep her word . . . especially after she finds her mother's diary, uncovering a secret that could spell her family's destruction. Desperate to find alternatives to their fate, Cate starts scouring banned books and questioning rebellious new friends, all while juggling tea parties, shocking marriage proposals, and a forbidden romance with the completely unsuitable Finn Belastra. If what her mother wrote is true, the Cahill girls aren't safe. Not from the Brotherhood, the Sisterhood - not even from each other.

Born Wild

by Julie Ann Walker

"Julie Ann Walker is one of those authors to be put on a keeper shelf with Nora Roberts, Suzanne Brockmann, and Allison Brennan." --Kirkus Reviews New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Julie Ann Walker dives back into action with the red-hot romantic suspense Black Knights Inc. series! They claim they're bad-boy bikers who own custom motorcycle shop, but these special-ops guys--a mix of Navy SEALs, Army Rangers, Marines, FBI and more--handle the jobs too tough for the government to tackle. TICK...TICK... "Wild" Bill Reichert knows a thing or two about explosives. The ex-Navy SEAL can practically rig a bomb blindfolded. But there's no way to diffuse the inevitable fireworks the day Eve Edens walks back into his life, asking for help... BOOM! Eve doesn't know what to do when the Chicago police won't believe someone is out to hurt her. The only place to turn is Black Knights Inc-after all, no one is better at protection than the covert special-ops team. Yet there's also no one better at getting her all turned on than Billy Reichert. She has a feeling this is one blast from the past that could backfire big time...

Born With a Junk Food Deficiency

by Martha Rosenberg

This hard-hitting exposé blows the lid off of everything you thought you knew about Big Pharma and Big Food. What goes on behind the scenes in these industries is more suspicious, more devious, more disreputable than you could have ever imagined. Rosenberg's message is clear: the pharmaceutical and agricultural industries are tainting public health through marketing disguised as medical education and research, aggressive lobbying, and high-level conflicts of interest. If you're concerned about the safety of the drugs you take and the food you eat, you owe it to yourself to read this important book.-Why is a drug tainted by eight corruption scandals, two illegal marketing settlements, and escalating troop deaths still a best seller--with sales actually increasing 700 percent in the 2000s? Why were the dangerous side effects of a drug frequently prescribed to soldiers kept hush-­hush in order to please Wall Street? And why have Big Pharma, the government, and the medical establishment turned a blind eye to patients who fall victim to suicide as a result of antidepressants and other psychoactive drugs?-Why are women given largely unnecessary bone scans to help sell Big Pharma drugs that are linked to jawbone deterioration, esophageal cancer, and the very fractures the drugs are supposed to prevent?-Why was the Teflon Chicken Don--a man who was allegedly responsible for the biggest egg recall in US history in 2010 and nine related deaths, and who was cited with health, safety, and environmental violations since 1977--never punished and allowed a gracious retirement?-And why are Americans unwittingly eating beef, pork, and poultry raised with a growth-producing asthma drug--a drug perceived as so dangerous it has been banned in 160 countries--that is not withdrawn from the animals' systems prior to slaughter? Having gained the trust of more than twenty doctors, researchers, and experts who were willing to come forward and finally tell all, reporter and editorial cartoonist Rosenberg presents us with her shocking findings. Explosive material from whistle-blowers, scientists, unsealed lawsuits, and Big Pharma's and Big Food's own marketers exposes how these industries put profits before public safety and how the government puts the interests of business before the welfare of consumers, creating a double whammy that "pimps" the public health. What Rosenberg reveals about government complicity, regulatory food- and drug-safety lapses, and legislative injustices will both shock and appall. Why have federal meat inspectors become pathetic figureheads in the nation's slaughterhouses, laughed at by plant managers? Why are medical articles that have been exposed in lawsuits as fraudulent still standing and not retracted? Why was meat possibly containing the United States' first mad cow sold to five California restaurants when the government said it wasn't? And why are parents giving their one-year-olds acid reflux medications and their three-year-olds bipolar disorder medications? You'll find the answers to these and many more disturbing questions in this revealing book.

Born With a Question Mark in Your Heart

by Osho Osho International Foundation

'Born with a Question Mark in Your Heart' continues the AUTHENTIC LIVING series by Osho with talks by the contemporary mystic during his stay in the United States. Osho says: "It is fortunate that man is born with a question mark, otherwise he would be just another species of animal."This volume is a radical questioning of traditional belief systems in religious, political, and social dimensions. Here Osho encourages readers to ask questions that are immediate and existentially significant - not borrowed or intellectual questions, but questions with an existential significance. Born With a Question Mark in Your Heart promotes personal transformation through experience and spirituality without organized religion.

The Borning Room

by Paul Fleischman Jeanine Kane

Mothers give birth in the borning room. The dying take their departure there. Outside the Lott family's Ohio farmhouse, the Civil War rages, slavery falls, and the world marvels at the wonder of electricity. Inside, within the walls of the borning room, Georgina Lott will experience her life's greatest turnings. Across the years, she discovers womanhood and first love, experiences the mourning that comes with loss, and, as did her mother and grandmother, at last takes her place in the room as another precious life is about to begin.

The Borning Room

by Paul Fleischman

Lying at the end of her life in the room where she was born in 1851, Georgina remembers what it was like to grow up on the Ohio frontier.

The Borowitz Report

by Andy Borowitz

Prepare to be shocked. From the man The Wall Street Journal hailed as a "Swiftean satirist" comes the most shocking book ever written! The Borowitz Report: The Big Book of Shockers, by award-winning fake journalist Andy Borowitz, contains page after page of "news stories" too hot, too controversial, too -- yes, shocking -- for the mainstream press to handle. Sample the groundbreaking reporting from the news organization whose motto is "Give us thirty minutes -- we'll waste it."

Borreguita and the Coyote

by Verna Aardema Petra Mathers

What's a little lamb to do about a big, oafish coyote that wants to eat her? Why, trick him, of course! "This folk tale from the west of Mexico is energetically told and comfortably packed with many recognizable motifs. Aardema and Mathers are felicitously paired in a tale of trickery rewarded that begs to be read aloud. A glossary to correct Spanish pronunciation is conveniently placed at the beginning of the tale."--(starred)Horn Book.

Borrow-A-Bridesmaid

by Anne Wagener

When life hands you lemons, make lemonade--or, in Piper Brody's case, make a Craigslist ad offering yourself up as a hired bridesmaid! A hilarious, touching, coming-of-age novel from debut author Anne Wagener.Piper is a recent college grad who decides to sell her body on Craigslist--as a hired bridesmaid. Her airport bookseller job just isn't bringing home the turkey bacon, and no one's going to pay her to analyze Milton's poetry. Turns out, having an English literature degree from an upstanding university isn't all it's cracked up to be. Piper's Craigslist endeavor soon picks up steam, netting her clients such as Southern peach Stacey, whose interracial marriage causes a family feud, and Alex, a bride-to-be who's so type A she's type A-plus. Between fighting off matching T-shirt-wearing teams of "bustle bitches" at gown sales and learning more about fondant than the Cake Boss, Piper falls for Charlie Bell, the brother of a client. A fellow aspiring writer, Charlie's the only person recently who's encouraged Piper to follow her dreams. Not to mention, he's pretty darn cute. But when Charlie turns out to be the groom in one of her gigs--and set to marry the craziest bridezilla of them all--Piper must band together with her newfound friends and stop Charlie from making the biggest mistake of his life.

The Borrowed Alibi

by Dell Shannon

Vic Varallo is an ambitious police officer. He and his wife Laura fix up a room for a guest, Ross Duncan, who seems extremely likeable but a little odd. Ross reveals to Vic that he is flat broke, financially crippled by alimony to his ex-wife Helene. That is, until Helene is killed, and Ross charged with her murder. But against appearances, Vic believes in Ross's innocence. So he sets to work through a tangled mass of evidence and discovers some very odd things about a certain Mr Reilly, an eccentric old mother - and the dead woman herself . . .

Borrowed Baby

by Leslie Davis Guccione

No woman can resist a single dad with a toddler in tow. At least, that's what journalist Nick Hansen is setting out to prove for his article on dating. So in the name of research, the confirmed bachelor borrows his two-year-old nephew and becomes an instant daddy. But Nick hadn't counted on meeting someone like beautiful Shannon McEvoy. Now, how can he ever convince Shannon that his feelings for her are real when everything else she knows about him is anything but?

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