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In the Night Room

by Peter Straub

In his latest soul-chilling novel, bestselling author Peter Straub tells of a famous children's book author who, in the wake of a grotesque accident, realizes that the most basic facts of her existence, including her existence itself, have come into question. Willy Patrick, the respected author of the award-winning young-adult novel In the Night Room, thinks she is losing her mind-again. One day, she is drawn helplessly into the parking lot of a warehouse. She knows somehow that her daughter, Holly, is being held in the building, and she has an overwhelming need to rescue her. But what Willy knows is impossible, for her daughter is dead. On the same day, author Timothy Underhill, who has been struggling with a new book about a troubled young woman, is confronted with the ghost of his nine-year-old sister, April. Soon after, he begins to receive eerie, fragmented e-mails that he finally realizes are from people he knew in his youth-people now dead. Like his sister, they want urgently to tell him something. When Willy and Timothy meet, the frightening parallels between Willy's tragic loss and the story in Tim's manuscript suggest that they must join forces to confront the evils surrounding them. From the Hardcover edition.

In the Night (Ryland Brothers #4)

by Kathryn Smith

An experienced thief, Wynthrope Ryland is no stranger to beautiful women-or to relieving them of their most valued possessions. But this life of crime is not one he chose for himself, and just when he thinks he has put that world behind him, he is forced to return, to protect the career and family of his brother, North. Moira Tyndale, a stately viscountess, is his target for this final assignment. But he cannot get close to her without feeling some powerful connection between them. At first he pushes the attraction aside, but as she gives him more and more trust and understanding, Wyn realises he cannot ignore their passion. He knows he must protect her secrets and her past, but he cannot protect her from himself. How can he choose between his heart's desire and his brother's safety?

In the Palaces of Memory: How We Build the Worlds Inside Our Heads

by George Johnson

Even as you read these words, a tiny portion of your brain is physically changing. New connections are being sprouted--a circuit that will create a jab of recognition if you encounter the words again. That is one of the theories of memory presented in this intriguing and splendidly readable book, which distills three researchers' inquiries into the processes that enable us to recognize a face that has aged ten years or remember a melody for decades.

In the Palm of Your Hand: The Poet's Portable Workshop

by Steve Kowit

Workshop tips and guides.

In the Pond

by Ha Jin

National Book Award-winner Ha Jin's arresting debut novel, "In the Pond", is a darkly funny portrait of an amateur calligrapher who wields his delicate artist's brush as a weapon against the powerful party bureaucrats who rule his provincial Chinese town. Shao Bin is a downtrodden worker at the Harvest Fertilizer Plant by day and an aspiring artist by night. Passed over on the list to receive a decent apartment for his young family, while those in favor with the party's leaders are selected ahead of him, Shao Bin chafes at his powerlessness. When he attempts to expose his corrupt superiors by circulating satirical cartoons, he provokes an escalating series of merciless counterattacks that send ripples beyond his small community. Artfully crafted and suffused with earthy wit, "In the Pond" is a moving tale about humble lives caught up in larger social forces.

In the Presence of God

by Creflo A. Dollar

Whether the need is for physical or emotional healing, a financial breakthrough, the strength to overcome temptation, or restoration of a relationship, every good gift from the loving, heavenly Father is found by coming into His presence. Dr. Dollar shows readers how to come into the presence of God and hear direction through prayer and digging into His Word. Readers will learn: <BR>- To build a burning desire for God in their life<BR>- To be bold enough to take God at His Word and receive His blessings by faith<BR>- To live a lifestyle of praise and thanksgiving<BR>- To refuse to allow fear and doubt to rob them of their blessings<BR>- To be a blessing to others<BR>- Dr. Dollar brings hope to millions of believers who are searching for answers. They will discover the method to finding answers to the many questions of their life.<BR>- This much sought after message is complemented by an interactive study guide making this book perfect for small groups, Sunday school classes, and personal study.<BR>- As a gifted communicator, Dr. Dollar's writing style is personal, practical, and humorous, appealing to people from all walks of life.

In the Presence of Our Lord: The History, Theology and Psychology of Eucharistic Devotion

by Benedict J. Groeschel James Monti

In this absorbing book, we learn the history of the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and the theology behind it.

In the Presence of the Enemy (Inspector Lynley #8)

by Elizabeth George

Hailed as the "king of sleaze," tabloid editor Dennis Luxford is used to ferreting out the sins and scandals of people in exposed positions. But when he opens an innocuous-looking letter addressed to him at The Source, he discovers that someone else excels at ferreting out secrets as well.Ten-year-old Charlotte Bowen has been abducted, and if Luxford does not admit publicly to having fathered her, she will die. But Charlotte's existence is Luxford's most fiercely guarded secret, and acknowledging her as his child will throw more than one life and career into chaos. Luxford knows that the story of Charlotte's paternity could make him a laughingstock and reveal to his beautiful wife and son the lie he's lived for a decade. Yet it's not only Luxford's reputation that's on the line: it's also the reputation--and career--of Charlotte Bowen's mother. For she is Undersecretary of State for the Home Office, one of the most high-profile Junior Ministers and quite possibly the next Margaret Thatcher.Knowing that her political future hangs in the balance, Eve Bowen refuses to let Luxford damage her career by printing the story or calling the police. So the editor turns to forensic scientist Simon St. James for help. It's a case that fills St. James with disquiet, however, for none of the players in the drama seem to react the way one would expect.Then tragedy occurs and New Scotland Yard becomes involved. Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley soon discovers that the case sends tentacles from London into the countryside, and he must simultaneously outfox death as he probes Charlotte Bowen's mysterious disappearance. Meanwhile, his partner Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers, working part of the investigation on her own and hoping to make the coup of her career, may be drawing closer to a grim solution--and to danger--than anyone knows.In the Presence of the Enemy is a brilliantly insightful and haunting novel of ideals corrupted by self-interest, of the sins of parents visited upon children, and of the masks that hide people from each other--and from themselves.From the Paperback edition.

In the Rain Forest: A Touch-and-Feel Adventure

by Maurice Pledger

With many different textures and sights, visit the rainforest. Chameleons, hummingbirds, parrots, frogs and more spread over the pages to take you deep in the rainforest. These books feature interactive touch and feel pages and precious stories that will stimulate children's curiosity and make learning about the natural world an entertaining experience. Endearing animal characters and beautifully illustrated, nature-inspired settings encourage youngsters to ask for these books time and time again.

In the Rain with Baby Duck

by Amy Hest

It's a rainy, rainy day, and that makes Baby mad. Baby's parents worry-whoever heard of a duck who doesn't like the rain? But when Grandpa uncovers a sparkling red umbrella in the attic, and matching boots too, Baby finds out just how much fun playing in the rain can be. With gentle affection and lots of pluck, Amy Hest and Jill Barton create a story that will have every puddle-jumper wishing for rain.

In the Rancher's Arms

by Kathie Denosky

Email-Order BrideIt's obvious to Eli Laughlin that Victoria Anderson has misrepresented herself. But the hardheaded rancher doesn't care. When he advertised for a wife with ranching experience, he never expected to land anyone as intoxicatingly lovely as Tori. Now he's having fun watching her try to bluff her way through ranch work.The prenup has given them a month to get acquainted before finalizing their marriage. But Eli's having a hell of a time reining in his desire. And whatever Tori's hiding seems inconsequential when every cell of his body aches to make Tori his wife for the long-term.

In the Realm of a Dying Emperor

by Norma Field

When the Emperor Hirohito died in 1989, Japanese newspapers had to use a special, exalted word to refer to his death, and had to depict his life uncritically, as one beginning in turbulence but ending in magnificent accomplishment. To do otherwise would have exposed them to terrorism from the vigilant right wing. Yet this insightful book by a Japanese-American scholar who grew up in both cultures reveals the hidden fault lines in the realm of the dying emperor by telling the stories of three unlikely dissenters: a supermarket owner who burned the national flag; an aging widow who challenged the state's "deification" of fallen soldiers; and the mayor of Nagasaki, who risked his career and his life by suggesting that Hirohito bore some responsibility for World War II.

In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts

by Peter A. Levine Gabor Mate

Based on Gabor Maté's two decades of experience as a medical doctor and his groundbreaking work with the severely addicted on Vancouver's skid row, In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts radically reenvisions this much misunderstood field by taking a holistic approach. Dr. Maté presents addiction not as a discrete phenomenon confined to an unfortunate or weak-willed few, but as a continuum that runs throughout (and perhaps underpins) our society; not a medical "condition" distinct from the lives it affects, rather the result of a complex interplay among personal history, emotional, and neurological development, brain chemistry, and the drugs (and behaviors) of addiction. Simplifying a wide array of brain and addiction research findings from around the globe, the book avoids glib self-help remedies, instead promoting a thorough and compassionate self-understanding as the first key to healing and wellness. In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts argues persuasively against contemporary health, social, and criminal justice policies toward addiction and those impacted by it. The mix of personal stories--including the author's candid discussion of his own "high-status" addictive tendencies--and science with positive solutions makes the book equally useful for lay readers and professionals.From the Trade Paperback edition.

In the Red Lord's Reach (Tales of Alaric the Minstrel #2)

by Phyllis Eisenstein

Alaric has unknown magical powers, which take him to a near death in the valley of the Red Lord. Alaric soon comprehends that only his special skills can solve the problems. Following from Born to Exile (1978), the continuation of the adventures and tales of a modest hero.

In the Sea There Are Crocodiles

by Fabio Geda

When ten-year-old Enaiatollah Akbari's small village in Afghanistan falls prey to Taliban rule in early 2000, his mother shepherds the boy across the border into Pakistan but has to leave him there all alone to fend for himself. Thus begins Enaiat's remarkable and often punish­ing five-year ordeal, which takes him through Iran, Turkey, and Greece before he seeks political asylum in Italy at the age of fifteen. Along the way, Enaiat endures the crippling physical and emotional agony of dangerous border crossings, trekking across bitterly cold mountain pathways for days on end or being stuffed into the false bottom of a truck. But not every­one is as resourceful, resilient, or lucky as Enaiat, and there are many heart-wrenching casualties along the way. Based on Enaiat's close collaboration with Italian novelist Fabio Geda and expertly rendered in English by an award-winning translator, this novel reconstructs the young boy's memories, perfectly preserving the childlike perspective and rhythms of an intimate oral history. Told with humor and humanity, In the Sea There Are Crocodiles brilliantly captures Enaiat's moving and engaging voice and lends urgency to an epic story of hope and survival.

In the Secret Place

by J. Otis Ledbetter

We long for a place where we can confess what we have been afraid to share, where the impulses we entertain are safe and encouraged, where no one can laugh at our biggest plans and dreams. Psalm 91 describes just such an oasis. There our plans for life can mature and our fellowship with God can grow, insulated from the criticisms of the world. J. Otis Ledbetter unveils Old and New Testament references to "the secret place," showing how God's plans for our lives can be secretly planted and nurtured before being exposed to the obstructions of Satan. There's a safe place where you can go. . . for Guidance for Intimacy with God for Peace and Calm for Spiritual Protection and Victory for Strength and Encouragement for Growth in Righteousness Come to a sheltered place where your soul can grow, out of Satan's reach. Come to the Secret Place. From the Hardcover edition.

In the Secret State

by Robert Mccrum

A director of a secret government department uncovers truths about his job when he probes into the mysterious death of one of his men.

In the Self's Place: The Approach of Saint Augustine

by Jean-Luc Marion

In the Self's Placeis an original phenomenological reading of Augustine that considers his engagement with notions of identity inConfessions. Using the Augustinian experience ofconfessio, Jean-Luc Marion develops a model of selfhood that examines this experience in light of the whole of the Augustinian corpus. Towards this end, Marion engages with noteworthy modern and postmodern analyses of Augustine's most "experiential" work, including the critical commentaries of Jacques Derrida, Martin Heidegger, and Ludwig Wittgenstein. Marion ultimately concludes that Augustine has preceded postmodernity in exploring an excess of the self over and beyond itself, and in using this alterity of the self to itself, as a driving force for creative relations with God, the world, and others. This reading establishes striking connections between accounts of selfhood across the fields of contemporary philosophy, literary studies, and Augustine's early Christianity.

In the Service of Dragons (Book 2)

by Robert Stanek

Unbeknownst to all, the early battles against the coming darkness have already been fought. These battles, won at great cost and by the barest of margins, were meant to divert attention from what Noman, the mysterious Keeper of the City of the Sky, can only guess at as he works to gather the company he believes holds the key to the future. Will the kingdoms of men and elves fall?

In the Service of Dragons (Book 3)

by Robert Stanek

Men and elves battle for the very heart and soul of their land alongside the legendary titans and eagle lords. The dark lord's reach grows and the fate of all hangs in the balance.

In the Service of Dragons (Book 4)

by Robert Stanek

A dark shadow has been cast across the known lands. War sweeps through the divided nations of men and elves. For the first time in recorded history the elves of the West and East are at war with each other. In such a dark time, there can be little hope, and yet there are those who do hold out hope.

In the Service of the King

by Laura Kaye

p>Kael, Warrior King of the Vampires loathes the Night of the Proffering. He needs the blood of either his mate or a human virgin to maintain his strength, but hasn't enjoyed the ritual since he lost his mate centuries ago. Kael doesn't want a new companion, yet his resolve is tested when he lays eyes on his new offering, Shayla McKinnon. He is drawn to Shayla's beauty and poise...and the submission she offers. She is eager to give him anything he wishes, including her innocence, to please him. Will Kael give in to their overwhelming desire-even if it means risking Shayla's life?

In the Shade of the Jacaranda (Regalo Grande Series, #2)

by Nikki Arana

When privileged lawyer Angelica Amante marries a handsome but illiterate Mexican stable man against her parents' wishes, she thought happiness could overcome every hurdle. But their challenges are only beginning.

In the Shadow of Greed

by Nancy C. Weeks

Brilliant cryptologist Dr. Sarah Tu races against time to block the most dangerous Internet malware ever created, a botnet called QUALNTO. While Sarah is closed off in her computer lab, her sister, Hanna, is brutally attacked and left in a coma. As Sarah reels with guilt over not being there for her sister, a web of deception closes in, threatening her and everyone she loves.Hanna's condition is misleading. In her coma state, she is able to build a psychic bridge with FBI Special Agent Jason McNeil. Her cryptic messages plague Jason to keep Sarah safe.Tough and street-smart Jason McNeil doesn't believe in visions or telepathic messages, and he fights the voice inside his head. His first impression of Dr. Sarah Tu is another stiletto wearing ice-dragon on the war path - until he witnesses her façade crumble after seeing her sister's bloody, tortured body. Jason's protective instinct kicks in. He falls for Sarah - hard.When an extremely dangerous arms dealer and cybercriminal discovers that Sarah blocked his botnet, he kidnaps Sarah. Placed in an impossible position, will she destroy the botnet to protect national security or release it to save the man she loves?Sensuality Level: Sensual

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