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by Caroline B. Cooney

Falsely accused of her father's murder, Alice is on the run for her lifeAlice is at home painting her fingernails and ruminating on her parent's divorce when she receives an oddly desperate-sounding phone call from her father. He instructs her to drop what she's doing, take his car, and bring two computer disks to him at their favorite ice cream shack. Alice can't believe her father wants her to take his precious Corvette, and she's not supposed to drive because she doesn't have her license yet. But he never gets the chance to explain--and he doesn't show up to meet her. While Alice is waiting in the car, she hears on the radio that her father's been murdered. She is sick with grief, knowing her father will never join her. And then the radio announces that someone has already confessed via email: Alice herself. Now Alice's life has become a nightmare. Even her mother believes she's guilty. How can she clear her name while she's on the run? This ebook features an illustrated biography of Caroline B. Cooney including rare images and never-before-seen documents from the author's personal collection.

Wanted Across Time

by Eugenia Riley

WISHING FROM THE HEART. Annie Dillon doesn't know what else could possibly go wrong. First her dream of turning a Texas ghost town into a tourist attraction left her broke and stranded in Deadend. And now a freak whirlwind has granted her wish for better, simpler times-- by sweeping her off to an earlier century ... and depositing her into the arms of an arrogant, infuriating bounty hunter named Sam Noble. WANTED ACROSS TIME At last he's caught the feisty lady outlaw known throughout the West as "Rotten Rosie"! But the crafty criminal whom Sam has apprehended is more than brazen and beautiful, she's plumb loco to boot-- claiming to be the great-great-granddaughter of the hellcat he's been searching for! But while her wiles and willfulness have his head spinning, her fiery sensuality is turning his rage into desire. And though the law wants Rosie dead or alive, Sam knows he wants her only one way: for always!

Wanted by Her Lost Love

by Maya Banks

Despite his fiancée's chilling betrayal, developer Ryan Beardsley provided for Kelly Christian when he sent her packing. So he's livid to find her working in a dingy Houston diner, desperate and pregnant. Regardless of whether the baby is his-or his brother's-Ryan demands that Kelly return to New York with him. Now. For the baby's sake. Or maybe because the woman's as irresistible as ever...

Wanted: Husband, Will Train

by Marie Ferrarella

EVERY MAN HAS HIS PRICE...RIGHT? Her father's will was positively medieval! Blue Blood Courtney Tamberlaine had to select a blue-collar spouse-pronto-or lose her huge inheritance. Luckily, right on the Tamberlaine estate was a raw, earthy carpenter sweating to support his motherless little girl. Surely with Courtney's expert coaching, fiercely paternal John Gabriel would make a most convenient-temporary-mate. Too bad Courtney didn't count on the toe-curling hunger her muscle-bound groom aroused in her. Or the achingly maternal urges his four-year-old pixie evoked. Had the Tamberlaine millions bought Courtney a husband and child...or sold her into heartache?

A Wanted Man

by Jennifer Morey

A renegade cop seeks justice in the hot new Cold Case Detectives series... After his daughter's brutal murder, former NYPD detective Kadin Tandy opens Wyoming's Dark Alley Investigations to bring violent criminals to justice. Romance is the last thing on the sexy PI's troubled mind. That is, until feisty ad exec Penny Darden asks for his help. Now he's investigating her estranged boyfriend's frightening link to a murder. And despite her relationship status, Penny's fierce independence and frank flirtation revive Kadin's damaged heart. But as an untraceable killer closes in on them, the more harrowing the stakes-and the closer they become. At risk are their lives...and their best shot at love...

Wanted...Mud Blossom (The Blossoms, Book #5)

by Betsy Byars

Mud, Pap Blossom's loyal dog, has never been in so much trouble before. The school hamster Junior brought home for the weekend is missing, and all the evidence points right to Mud. Considering the circumstances there's only one sensible thing for a dog to do--head under the porch and refuse to come out. In the meantime, mysteries are cropping up all over. Maggie Blossom and Ralphie find their friend Mad Mary's bag and cane by the side of the road. Since they know she'd never leave them behind without putting up a fight, they are pretty sure something terrible has happened. Vern Blossom and his friend Michael seem to know something about it, but they aren't telling. They think someone is out to kill them. There's rarely a dull moment at the Blossoms', but with the disappearances, a possible kidnapping, and maybe even a murder or two, this weekend promises to be the most exciting ever.

Wanted: Perfect Partner

by Debbie Macomber

Meg Remington's teenage daughter, Lindsey, had the nerve to place a personal ad on her behalf. Worse, Steve Conlan, who answered the ad, was perfect. Did a teenage matchmaker get it right? You decide.

Wanted: A Real Family

by Karen Rose Smith

In the first book of her new miniseries The Mommy Club, Karen Rose Smith introduces readers to down-on-her-luck single mom Sara Stevens-and the sexy photojournalist who just might be her knight in shining armor... Two years ago, Sara helped to heal Jase Cramer's injured body-and his soul. Now, with their home destroyed in a fire, she and her daughter are the ones in need. Accepting Jase's offer to stay at his family vineyard is a temptation the widowed physical therapist can't resist. But can she put the brakes on the sparks flaring between them? Jase never forgot Sara's tender loving care-or the attraction that couldn't go anywhere. Now she's back in his life, awakening feelings that bring back memories of heartache. With the help of Sara's little girl and The Mommy Club, the volunteer group that's transforming their California community, Jase just might be ready for a second shot at love...and the family he always wanted!

Wanted (Sisters of the Heart, Book 2)

by Shelley Shepard Gray

For a split second, Katie feels certain she's about to receive everything she's ever wanted. . . Twenty-year-old Katie Brenneman has always quietly fancied Jonathan Lundy. So when the brokenhearted widower asks her to help him take care of his two young girls, Katie knows it will be a trying time--yet she cannot pass up a golden opportunity to get to know this man better. Just as she's settling into her new life, a message arrives from Katie's past, threatening to expose her darkest secrets. During her Rumspringa, her running-around years, she experimented with activities forbidden in the Amish way of life. Frightened by how far she'd strayed from her values, Katie ran back home, vowing to cut all ties with the outside world. Now her transgressions are coming back to haunt her, just as Jonathan seems willing to welcome her into his heart. Will the past destroy Katie's chances for love? Or will Katie allow herself to accept God's love, forgive her past, and receive everything she's ever wanted?

A Wanted Woman

by Eric Jerome Dickey

The twenty-first novel from New York Times bestselling author Eric Jerome Dickey, a steamy thriller set in tropical Barbados She is a woman of a thousand faces, an assassin who could be anyone, anywhere. The Trinidad contract was supposed to be simple: to make a living man become a dead man. When the job goes bad under the watchful eye of a bank security camera, there is nowhere for agent MX-401, known as Reaper, to hide from the fearsome local warlords, the Laventille Killers. Her employers, the Barbarians, send her to Barbados, the next island over, barely two hundred miles away, with the LK's in hot pursuit of the woman who took many of their own. With the scant protection of a dank safe house, no passport, and no access to funds, an island paradise becomes her prison. While she trawls for low-profile assignments to keep her skills sharp and a few dollars in her pocket, Reaper discovers that family ties run deep, on both sides of the fight. Will the woman everyone wants, who has lived countless lives in the service of others, finally discover who she really is? In A Wanted Woman, New York Times bestselling author Eric Jerome Dickey delivers an adrenaline-pumping rush of a read.

Wanting Mor

by Rukhsana Khan

After her mother's death, Jameela's father takes her from her rural Afghan home to war-wracked Kabul, where he abandons her. Delivered to an orphanage, Jameela flourishes, making a family of her own. Readers will sympathize with the main character and rejoice in the story's ultimate outcome. Khan, a Pakistani-born Canadian, bases her novel on an actual child's experience.

Wanting Something More

by Kathy Love

Wanting What You Get. Now, meet baby sister Marty, a savvy city girl with a score to settle who's about to get more than she bargained for. . .Fate, You Are On My Bad SideYou have got to be kidding me! On a night like this, when most sane people are home to escape a blinding snowstorm, I happen to run into Millbrook's biggest jerk, Nathaniel Peck, the boy who broke my heart at my junior prom. The one who kissed me on a dare and let his buddies laugh at me. Well, eat dirt, Nathaniel Peck, because you might have noticed me on the covers of a few magazines under the heading: Supermodel. I live in New York City now. I will be leaving as soon as the weather clears. And frankly, if it were a choice between kissing you or braving downed electrical wires, I'd have to think about it. It's official: I've regressed. It's just that I can't stand the Cult of Nathaniel Peck that has come over this town. Okay, so he is Chief of Police. So he did make sure I got home safely. So he didn't try anything funny with me. So that old smirk has been replaced by a sexy, sad smile. . . No. People just do not change that much. Somewhere inside Nate is the same leering, conniving womanizer I remember. And I intend to prove it. . .

Wanting What You Get

by Kathy Love

In her delightful novel, Getting What You Want, Kathy Love introduced the Stepp sisters, three unique women with wildly different ideas about love and life. Now, meet Ellie, the romantic middle sister who's about to take a chance on having what she's always wanted. . .This Can't Be HappeningIs he flirting with me? I must be imagining things. Why would Mason Sweet, the gorgeous mayor of Millbrook, Maine, the man I've secretly been in love with since seventh grade, flirt with me? He's the town golden boy, and I'm, well, the local librarian. The Stepp sister who stayed close to home. The one who bakes brownies. . .then eats them all. My thighs make that whick-whick-whick sound in pantyhose. He can't possibly be flirting with me. So why is he giving me that melt-you-where-you-stand look? Why is he pulling me close? And what is he whispering in my ear. . .Sorry, could you repeat that? Now I'm hearing things, because I swear Mason just asked me if I'd like to. . .well, he wasn't asking for a book recommendation, let's put it that way. Oh my, my, my. Okay, Ellie, stop blushing like a teenaged girl. I'm sure he didn't mean it. Maybe I should just alphabetize something. Be the good girl everyone expects. Eat another brownie. Forget this ever happened. So why is it I can't stop myself from saying, "Yes. . .."

Wanton Angel

by Elizabeth Chadwick

Her beauty was intoxicating. Drunk on passion, in the midst of the burning town of Amnonville and amid the flames eating away the Fallen Angel brothel where he found her, Aaron Court mistakenly took Susanna's innocence. When he discovered that she was not the Gold Rush's newest lady-for-hire but the naïve younger sister of the brothel's owner, Court, realized that he had a lot of explaining to do. But he could not forget her sizzling embrace, luscious lips, or burning passion. Although he was determined to save her reputation, Court could not resist her ever-present temptation.


by Peter Lerangis

A teenage history buff finds himself trapped in the Civil WarJake Branford has always felt that he was born 150 years too late. A fourteen-year-old Civil War nut, he's happiest when he's reading soldiers' letters, exploring old battlegrounds, or trying on an ancestor's tattered Union Army cap. Lucky for him, a mysterious film director is in town, working on a Civil War epic, and Jake stumbles onto the secret set. The film set is like nothing he has ever seen. The musket-fire, explosions, and uniforms are all perfectly accurate. Jake is in heaven--until it all gets a little too real. He's always wanted to fight for the Union--and today he's going to get his chance. War was selected by the International Reading Association and the Children's Book Council as a 2000 Children's Choice. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Peter Lerangis including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author's personal collection.

War Admiral: Man O'War's Greatest Son (Thoroughbred Legends #17)

by Edward L. Bowen

Volume 17 of the Thoroughbred Legends series follows the racing career of War Admiral. Though a triple crown winner, he is best remembered for for the Seabiscuit match race.

The War Against the Jews

by Lucy S. Dawidowicz

The authoritative history of one of the world's worst atrocities Lucy Dawidowicz's groundbreaking The War Against the Jews inspired waves of both acclaim and controversy upon its release in 1975. Dawidowicz argues that genocide was, to the Nazis, as central a war goal as conquering Europe, and was made possible by a combination of political, social, and technological factors. She explores the full history of Hitler's "Final Solution," from the rise of anti-Semitism to the creation of Jewish ghettos to the brutal tactics of mass murder employed by the Nazis. Written with devastating detail, The War Against the Jews is the definitive and comprehensive book on one of history's darkest chapters.

War Against The Weak: Eugenics And America's Campaign To Create A Master Race

by Edwin Black

In War Against the Weak, award-winning investigative journalist Edwin Black connects the crimes of the Nazis to a pseudoscientific American movement of the early 20th century called eugenics. Based on selective breeding of human beings, eugenics began in laboratories on Long Island but ended in the concentration camps of Nazi Germany. Cruel and racist laws were enacted in 27 U.S. states, and the supporters of eugenics included progressive thinkers like Woodrow Wilson, Margaret Sanger, and Oliver Wendell Holmes. Ultimately, over 60,000 "unfit" Americans were coercively sterilized, a third of them after Nuremberg declared such practices crimes against humanity. This is a timely and shocking chronicle of bad science at its worst -- with many important lessons for the impending genetic age.

War and Genocide: A Concise History of the Holocaust (2nd Edition)

by Doris L. Bergen

In examining one of the defining events of the 20th century, Doris Bergen situates the Holocaust in its historical, political, social, cultural, and military contexts. Unlike many other treatments of the Holocaust, this revised, second edition discusses not only the persecution of the Jews, but also other segments of society victimized by the Nazis: Gypsies, homosexuals, Poles, Soviet POWs, the handicapped, and other groups deemed undesirable. With clear and eloquent prose, Bergen explores the two interconnected goals that drove the Nazi German program of conquest and genocide "purification of the so-called Aryan race and expansion of its living space "and discusses how these goals affected the course of World War II. Including firsthand accounts from perpetrators, victims, and eyewitnesses, the book is immediate, human, and eminently readable. New to the Second Edition: --Enhanced illustrations program with new photographs and expanded captions --More personal accounts from members of specific groups targeted for destruction in Nazi Germany and German-occupied Europe --Incorporation of new scholarship on key points, such as the work of Raffael Scheck on the German killing of thousands of French African soldiers in 1940 --Updated bibliography at the end of the text

War and Peace

by Constance Garnett Leo Tolstoy A. N. Wilson

Often called the greatest novel ever written, War and Peace is at once an epic of the Napoleonic Wars, a philosophical study, and a celebration of the Russian spirit. Tolstoy's genius is seen clearly in the multitude of characters in this massive chronicle--all of them fully realized and equally memorable. Out of this complex narrative emerges a profound examination of the individual's place in the historical process, one that makes it clear why Thomas Mann praised Tolstoy for his Homeric powers and placed War and Peace in the same category as the Iliad: "To read him . . . is to find one's way home . . . to everything within us that is fundamental and sane."

War and Peace

by Joelle Herr

One of the most important works of world literature, War and Peace details the events surrounding Napoleon's French invasion of Russia as seen through the eyes of five Russian aristocratic families. Undeniably epic in scale, Tolstoy's masterpiece has intimidated readers since it was published in 1869#151;until now! This deluxe mini edition makes this massive yet masterful work accessible to readers, who can get to know the greatest novel ever written in just one sitting. Including comprehensive summaries of each book of War and Peace along with descriptive character profiles, an introduction, and biography of Leo Tolstoy, all complemented with two-color illustrations throughout, this pocket-sized classic is a must-have for literary enthusiasts.

War and Peace and War

by Peter Turchin

Why do some nations, initially small and insignificant, go on to build mighty empires, while most nations fail to do so? And why do those successful empire-builders always eventually lose their empires? Peter Turchin, a leading thinker in the highly technical field of population dynamics, lucidly presents for the first time an approach to understanding the world's great powers throughout history--with powerful implications for nations today. Turchin shows how the edges of empires are the crucibles of new long-lived empires and how processes of decline inevitably follow on a 1000 year cycle. This sweeping work of social science culminates with a crisp declaration of the general principles of the science of history. A short final section considers Tolstoy and free will in a world of historical cycles, and includes an incisive look at the U. S. now.

War and Peace in the Life of the Prophet Muhammad

by Zakaria Bashier

By analyzing the Prophet's conduct in war and his measures for ensuring peace the misperception that Islam is inextricably linked with violence can be allayed. The major battles in the early history of Islam are studied in the wider context of Islamic teachings on war and peace, as are the Qur'anic verses which allow Muslims to wage war, if necessary.

War and Reconciliation: Reason and Emotion in Conflict Resolution

by William J. Long Peter Brecke

This book is the first systematic examination of the impact of reconciliation on restoring and maintaining peace following civil and international conflicts. Through eleven comparative case studies of civil war and eight of international conflict, it constructs a surprising explanation for when and why reconciliation restores social order. The civil war cases reveal that successful reconciliation is associated with a process of national forgiveness, not merely negotiated settlement. All successful cases followed a four-step pattern of public truth telling, justice short of revenge, redefinition of the identities of former belligerents, and a call for a new relationship. The book argues that success is not solely the result of rational choice decision making. It proposes a hypothesis, grounded in evolutionary psychology, that to restore social order we use emotional/cognitive techniques that have evolved to ensure human survival. On the international level, however, successful reconciliation was not a part of a forgiveness process. Reconciliation was successful in bringing about sustained peace when it was associated with a signaling process -- an exchange of costly, novel, voluntary, and irrevocable concessions in a negotiated bargain. This result is consistent with realist notions of the limits of international society and illustrates the context in which a rational choice model is appropriate. The book's approach, integrating emotion with reasoning and linking political science to scientific research in other disciplines, particularly biology and neuroscience, has broad implications for social science theory.

War and Remembrance

by Herman Wouk

These two classic works capture the tide of world events even as they unfold the compelling tale of a single American family drawn into the very center of the war's maelstrom.The multimillion-copy bestsellers that capture all the drama, romance, heroism, and tragedy of the Second World War -- and that constitute Wouk's crowning achievement -- are available for the first time in trade paperback.

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