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Mark's Story

by Tim Lahaye Jerry B. Jenkins

The thrilling new novel of the Jesus Chronicles from the authors of the multi-million bestselling Left Behind series. The phenomenal multi-million-selling Left Behind series has won legions of fans. Now Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins give us the second book in their bestselling Jesus Chronicles-biblically inspired novels that bring to life the story of Jesus as never told before. Mark's Story is a thrilling account that vividly depicts the last day before Jesus' crucifixion and the danger that early believers faced as they boldly proclaimed him Christ the Lord. Readers will discover firsthand the growth of the early Church, the struggles of Jesus' followers, the persecution they endured-and their bravery and passion, which laid the foundation for the Christian Church and still reverberates throughout the world today.

Mark's Story: The Gospel According to Peter

by Tim Lahaye Jerry B. Jenkins

"Mark's Story" is a thrilling account that vividly depicts the last day before Jesus crucifixion, and the danger that early believers faced as they boldly proclaimed Jesus as Christ the Lord.

Marley

by John Grogan

This nonfiction book has been faithfully adapted for young readers from the #1 New York Times bestselling memoir Marley & Me by John Grogan! Marley, a lovable Labrador retriever, is always getting himself into trouble. Some may say he is the world's worst dog. But those who know and love Marley understand that nothing can stop his loyalty, exuberance, and passion--not even the Grogans' screen door! How this big, rambunctious dog becomes the heart of the Grogan family is the story of Marley.

Marlfox (Redwall, Book 11)

by Brian Jacques

A new presence is aprowl in Mossflower Woods-- the Marlfoxes. Stealthy, mysterious, they can disappear at any time, in any place, and they are out to plunder and destroy everything in their path.

The Marlow Chronicles

by Lawrence Sanders

TOBY MARlOW: an Actor of the old school.<P> Hugely larger than life, shambling, bear-hugging and hard drinking, his slightest declamatory whisper audible at a hundred yards, his heart of gold not just worn but flaunted on his sleeve, all the world his stage and all his lines a potpourri of other men's flowers.<P> And Toby Marlow is dying. In six months he must shuffle off this mortal coil except that Toby Marlow will never shuffle like some slippered pantaloon.<P> Rather he will roar and emote and charm and browbeat. He will marry the woman to whom he has been happily unfaithful for forty years, row with their actor son who is of the introspective and mumbling tendency, comfort the boy's pregnant waif of a girl friend, do ding-dong battle with all comers. He will strut and fret and rage and laugh.<P> Toby Marlow is playing out his last part. He will be flamboyant, passionate, maudlin, brave and funny. And his last exit will leave not a dry eye in the house.<P>

Marly’s Ghost: A Remix of Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol

by David Levithan

The spirit of Ben's girlfriend Marly returns with three other ghosts to haunt him with a painful journey though Valentine's Days past, present, and future.

Marooned

by Christie Golden

Now Captain Janeway and her Away Team must embark on a hazardous trek through a hostile environment in search of a way off the planet, while Voyager, commanded by Chakotay, confronts an enemy fleet in the depths of space.

Marple Bundle

by Agatha Christie

The first three of Agatha Christie's twelve, celebrated Miss Marple novels in one collection. Including The Murder at the Vicarage, The Body in the Library and The Moving Finger.

Marque and Reprisal

by Elizabeth Moon

Kylara Vatta, risk-taking, rule-breaking, can-do heroine of Trading in Danger, is back in business-the kind that's anything but usual-in the new military science fiction adventure by ace action storyteller Elizabeth Moon. The exciting military career she hoped for never got off the ground-but Ky Vatta ended up seeing plenty of combat when she took the helm of one of the commercial transport vessels in her family's fleet . . . and steered it into a full-blown war. Now the lessons she learned in that trial by fire are about to pay off: because this time, the war has come to her. To be exact, someone unknown has launched a full-throttle offensive against Vatta Transport Ltd. , Ky's father's interstellar shipping empire. In short order, most of Ky's family is killed, and subsequent attacks sever vital lines of communication, leaving Ky fighting, in every sense, to survive. Determined to identify the ruthless mystery enemy and avenge her family's name, Ky needs not only firepower but information. And she gets both in spades-from the band of stranded mercenaries she hooks up with, from her black-sheep cousin, Stella, who's been leading a secret life, and from Stella's roguish ex-lover, Rafe. Together they struggle to penetrate the tangled web of political intrigue that's wreaking havoc within InterStellar Communications, whose effective operation their own livelihoods-and perhaps lives-depend on. But the infighting proves to be infectious, and it isn't long before Ky's hired military muscle are turning their suspicions on the enigmatic Rafe, whose wealth of knowledge about ISC's clashing factions and startling new technologies has begun to make him smell like a rat . . . or a mole. With swift, violent destruction a very real possibility, the last thing Ky needs is a crew divided against itself-and she's prepared to take whatever measures are necessary to ensure that Vatta stays in business, as well as in one piece. What she's not prepared for is the shocking truth behind the terror- and a confrontation with murderous treachery from a source as unexpected as it is unrelenting.

The Marquesa (Heroines of the Golden West #2)

by Stephen A. Bly

An unemployed actress comes West with nothing and no one to call her own, but ends up with far more than she ever dreamed, in this latest book in the "Heroines of the Golden West" series.

The Marquis de Custine and His Russia in 1839

by George F. Kennan

A critical study of the study of the Marquise de Custine.

The Marquis de Sade: A Very Short Introduction

by John Phillips

Were it not for the Marquis de Sade's explicit use of language and complete disregard for the artificially constructed taboos of a religious morality he despised, the novelty and profundity of his thought, and above all, its fundamental modernity, would have long since secured him a place alongside the greatest authors and thinkers of the European Enlightenment. This Very Short Introduction aims to disentangle the 'real' Marquis de Sade from his mythical and demonic reputation of the past two hundred years. Phillips examines Sade's life and work: his libertine novels, his championing of atheism, and his uniqueness in bringing the body and sex back into philosophy.

The Marquise of O and Other Stories

by Martin Greenberg Heinrich Von Kleist

In "The Marquise of O", a virtuous widow finds herself unaccountably pregnant. And although the baffled Marquise has no idea when this happened, she must prove her innocence to her doubting family and discover whether the perpetrator is an assailant or lover. Michael Kohlhaas depicts an honorable man who feels compelled to violate the law in his search for justice, while other tales explore the singular realm of the uncanny, such as "The Beggarwoman of Locarno", in which an old woman's ghost drives a heartless nobleman to madness, and St Cecilia, which portrays four brothers possessed by an uncontrollable religious mania. The stories collected in this volume reflect the preoccupations of Heinrich von Kleist (1777-1811) with the deceptiveness of human nature and the unpredictability of the physical world.

Marriage, a History

by Stephanie Coontz

Just when the clamor over "traditional" marriage couldn't get any louder, along comes this groundbreaking book to ask, "What tradition?" In Marriage, a History, historian and marriage expert Stephanie Coontz takes readers from the marital intrigues of ancient Babylon to the torments of Victorian lovers to demonstrate how recent the idea of marrying for love is-and how absurd it would have seemed to most of our ancestors. It was when marriage moved into the emotional sphere in the nineteenth century, she argues, that it suffered as an institution just as it began to thrive as a personal relationship. This enlightening and hugely entertaining book brings intelligence, perspective, and wit to today's marital debate. "Provocative, erudite and entertaining. What makes this book so important is its honesty and courage. It raises the important debates about marriage in America to a higher level. " -Chicago Tribune "Engrossing . . . Coontz is at the top of her writing game here. " -The Seattle Times

The Marriage Agenda

by Christine Rimmer Allison Leigh

Together for the first time in one volume, two marriage of convenience stories from New York Times bestselling authors Christine Rimmer and Allison Leigh!The Marriage ConspiracyJoleen Tilly is facing every mother's worst nightmare-a custody battle for her son, Sam. When Sam's grandparents demand she turn over her son, Joleen turns to her best friend, Detective Dekker Smith, for comfort. Instead, he offers an astonishing solution: a most convenient marriage! But will Joleen be able to contain her growing love for her in-name-only husband?The Billionaire's Baby PlanTo save her family's fertility clinic, Lisa Armstrong agrees to have venture capitalist Rourke Devlin's baby. First, though, she has to become Mrs. Rourke Devlin! Rourke wants a family the old-fashioned way and marriage will give them both what they want. But their temporary arrangement blossoms into something much deeper and their agreement could be threatened.

The Marriage Agreement

by Renee Ryan

Promoted to Wife? Always the dutiful daughter, Fanny Mitchell surprised everyone when she broke her engagement. Now she's working at the fancy Hotel Dupree-and falling for the mysterious, handsome owner, Jonathon Hawkins. But when she and her boss are caught in an unexpected kiss at a ball, will her reputation be tarnished forever? The son of a woman of ill repute, Jonathon knows that gossip can destroy lives in an instant. And he won't allow sweet, lovely Fanny to suffer the consequences. When he proposes a marriage of convenience, Jonathon believes he can keep his heart to himself. But the more time he spends with Fanny, the more he realizes he may just be in love-with his wife... Charity House: Offering an oasis of hope, faith and love on the rugged Colorado frontier

The Marriage Agreement

by Christine Rimmer

Marsh Bravo comes to Norman after 10 years to see his dying father and learns that he has a daughter.

A Marriage Agreement and Other Essays

by Alix Kates Shulman

A provocative collection of essays by one of the foremost thinkers of second-wave feminismIn a career spanning four decades, Alix Kates Shulman has written on issues ranging from marriage, sex, and divorce to religious identity, age, and family devotion. Throughout her diverse body of work runs a staunch advocacy of equal rights and social justice. Beginning with her provocative essay "A Marriage Agreement," written in 1969, and continuing through to the heartrending "Caring for an Ill Spouse, and Other Caregivers," written in 2011, this collection provides a window into the social movements that defined an era. Witty, stirring, and poignant, A Marriage Agreement and Other Essays illustrates how each generation, in Shulman's words, "can do no more than add its bit to the endless river of consciousness and change."

The Marriage Assignment

by Lynn Patrick

They were assigned to be marriage partners Gillian Flannery's marriage project worked great with her high-school students. But when she was assigned a partner herself, her "marriage" to John Slater quickly ran into trouble. In real life, Gillian soon learned, people came burdened with troublesome personal baggage. Gillian herself had a deep aversion to conflict. As for John, he came with two half-grown daughters who bickered constantly. Worse, his ex-wife had just breezed back into Indianapolis and declared war.Did Gillian want to get caught in the cross fire? Not likely. But for John Slater, she just might dig in and fight.

Marriage at Murraree

by Margaret Way

Discovering her father was a billionaire cattle king makes Casey McGuire one of the famous McIvor heiresses. Orphan Casey has worked hard, but she's never had the prospect of money - until now. And she has never truly known love. Irresistible cattle baron Troy Connellan is ready and willing to change all that. Can wary Casey let go of her past for a future with a rich, powerful, gorgeous man?

The Marriage Bargain

by Diane Perkins

Three years ago, Emma wanted to kiss Spenser. Now she wants to kill him. Their marriage in name only saved her from having to wed Spenser's loathsome uncle, and before he went off to war, Spenser promised Emma that she would have everything she needed as his new wife. But when Spenser returns home from battling Napoleon, he seems to have forgotten all about Emma, who has spent the last few years struggling to keep his family estate from falling into ruin. When unusual circumstances finally bring Emma and Spenser together again, Spenser discovers Emma is no longer the vulnerable young lady he married but is, instead, a resourceful and beautiful woman. Now, in order to win back his wife's trust and love, Spenser must first agree to a new marriage bargain.

The Marriage Basket

by Sharon De Vita

Hunter Blackwell was fiercely proud of his Apache heritage and intended to rear his orphaned godson according to tribal tradition. Trouble was, the boy's strong-willed and stunningly beautiful aunt clearly had other ideas. Hunter couldn't deny that young Billy's life had been enriched by Rina Roberts's warm and gentle ways. Nor could he deny that she stirred this Apache's passion. But Hunter was a man who had been betrayed one too many times. Still, when he took Rina in his arms, he forgot all the reasons why he had sidestepped matrimony. And suddenly he was contemplating presenting Rina with a symbolic marriage basket and proposing the union of a lifetime!

Marriage by Contract

by Sandra Steffen

As a devastating summer storm hits Grand Springs, Colorado, the next thirty-six hours will change the town and its residents forever...From the first moment she sees him, nurse Bethany Kent falls in love with little baby Christopher, who's been abandoned by his mother. She dreams of adopting him, but in small town Grand Springs she'll need a husband in order to adopt a child.Dr. Tony Petrocelli has a reputation for romance. In reality, he's tired of short-term relationships and intrigued by Bethany. And if he's going to get that promotion to Head of Obstetrics, he needs to show the Board he's a stable family man by getting married.A marriage of convenience can help them both. As long as Tony never learns Beth's secret, it's the perfect solution....Book 8 of the 36 Hours series. Don't miss Book 9: A straight-arrow cop is attracted to his prime suspect in a murder investigation in Partners in Crime by award-winning author Alicia Scott.

Marriage by Contract Part 1

by Sandra Steffen

36 Hours SerialAs a devastating summer storm hits Grand Springs, Colorado, the next thirty-six hours will change the town and its residents forever....Marriage by Contract Part 1Nurse Bethany Kent fell in love with little baby Christopher-and dreamed of adopting him after his mother abandoned him. But in small town Grand Springs she needs a husband in order to adopt.Dr. Tony Petrocelli has a reputation for romance. In reality, he's tired of short-term relationships and intrigued by Bethany. And if he's going to get that promotion to head of Obstetrics, he needs a wife.A marriage of convenience can help them both. As long as Tony never learns Beth's secret, it's the perfect solution....The story continues in Marriage by Contract Parts 2 and 3.

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