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A Most Unusual Match

by Sara Mitchell

Theodora Langston has come to Saratoga Springs on a mission. Using the last of her inheritance, she reinvents herself as a wealthy socialite. Her goal-to entrap the scoundrel who framed her grandfather. Instead, she draws the attention of Secret Service agent Devlin Stone, who sees through all her secrets and possesses some of his own. Helping Theodora could jeopardize Devlin's undercover assignment to catch a counterfeiter. Yet beneath their assumed identities lies a true connection that could restore his faith, and help her put vengeance aside. Until Theodora's dangerous quest places both their lives-and their blossoming love-in jeopardy.

Most Wanted

by Sasha White

Bad boys-they're the best lovers around. Submit to the pleasure of their dark and dangerous passions . . . 'Hidden Cravings' PI Lexy Signorino has spent the last year trying to forget her insatiable desire for Devon Kaye's rock hard body. But when he turns up one night asking her to help him find his missing cousin, she's ready to surrender to sweet sensual satisfaction . . . 'Unrestricted Access' Jillian Furst has lusted after detective Jackson Barrows long enough and decides it's time for some female seduction. She sends him flowers and a steamy letter with explicit instructions for a sexual fantasy that keeps them busy in bed all night long . . . 'No Angel' Anna Blair looks sweet and innocent, but playboy Gabriel Mann discovers she's far from it. Mess with her and she'll mess right back. And that's just the way he likes it-down and dirty carnal pleasure that keeps him coming back for more . . . Outstanding Praise for Sasha White . . . 'White stretches her imagination to places this reader cannot wait to go!'- LovesRomance. com 'Count on Sasha White to deliver first-rate, blistering passion. '- Suzanne McMinnWARNING! THIS IS A REALLY HOT BOOK (Sexually Explicit)

The Most Wanted

by Jacquelyn Mitchard

Arley, a 14-year-old honor student in Texas, begins writing to Dillon LeGrande, an inmate of the nearby correctional facility. Gradually, she falls in love with him, and they are secretly married. When she becomes pregnant, she is rejected by her family and moves in with an activist lawyer, a woman who is having troubles with her boyfriend, a death row attorney....

Most Wanted Killer

by Robert Scott

Jesse James Hollywood grew up in L. A. ¿s upscale West Hills with every imaginable privilege. By the age of 19, he owned a spacious house, a tricked-out car, a closet full of designer clothes. His lifestyle of drinking, partying and getting high was bankrolled by his chosen career: drug dealing.

Mostly Ghostly

by R. L. Stine

This series follows the adventures of Max, a boy who comes home from school one day to find the ghosts of a young girl and boy living in his closet. Perfect for fans of R. L. Stine's popular Goosebumps series.

Mostly Ghostly 8 Don't Close Your Eyes!

by R. L. Stine

In a terrifying episode, Inkweed, the evil "Ghost of the Black Sleep," has inhabited Max. The ghost has come to put Nicky and Tara to sleep forever! Inkweed is waiting, hoping for the moment when Max falls asleep-- that's when he can bring his crushing, evil powers to life. Nicky and Tara work frantically to keep Max awake. But they're running out of ideas and after a few days of no sleep, Max is desperate. He's going crazy! But if he closes his eyes, it will mean the end of them all! Can Nicky and Tara keep Max awake long enough to banish Inkweed? Don't close your eyes, Max!

Mostly Harmless (The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy #5)

by Douglas Adams

It's easy to get disheartened when your planet has been blown up, the woman you love has vanished due to a misunderstanding about space/time, the spaceship you are on crashes on a remote and Bob-fearing planet, and all you have to fall back on are a few simple sandwich-making skills. However, instead of being disheartened, Arthur Dent makes the terrible mistake of starting to enjoy life a bit-and immediately all hell breaks loose.Hell takes a number of forms: there's the standard Ford Prefect version, in the shape of an all-new edition of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, and a totally unexpected manifestation in the form of a teenage girl who startles Arthur Dent by being his daughter when he didn't even know he had one.Can Arthur save the Earth from total multidimensional obliteration? Can he save the Guide from a hostile alien takeover? Can he save his daughter, Random, from herself? Of course not. He never works out exactly what is going on. Will you?From the Trade Paperback edition.

Mostly Monty (Monty, Book 1)

by Johanna Hurwitz

Because he suffers from asthma, six-year-old Monty is nervous about starting first grade but he soon learns to cope with his illness and use his special talents to make friends.

The Mote in God's Eye (Moties #1)

by Larry Niven Jerry Pournelle

Humans meet aliens for the first time.

Motel of the Mysteries

by David Macaulay

It is the year 4022; all of the ancient country of Usa has been buried under many feet of detritus from a catastrophe that occurred back in 1985. Imagine, then, the excitement that Howard Carson, an amateur archeologist at best, experienced when in crossing the perimeter of an abandoned excavation site he felt the ground give way beneath him and found himself at the bottom of a shaft, which, judging from the DO NOT DISTURB sign hanging from an archaic doorknob, was clearly the entrance to a still-sealed burial chamber. Carson's incredible discoveries, including the remains of two bodies, one of then on a ceremonial bed facing an altar that appeared to be a means of communicating with the Gods and the other lying in a porcelain sarcophagus in the Inner Chamber, permitted him to piece together the whole fabric of that extraordinary civilization.

Motel of the Mysteries

by David Macaulay

It is the year 4022; all of the ancient country of Usa has been buried under many feet of detritus from a catastrophe that occurred back in 1985. Imagine, then, the excitement that Howard Carson, an amateur archeologist at best, experienced when in crossing the perimeter of an abandoned excavation site he felt the ground give way beneath him and found himself at the bottom of a shaft, which, judging from the DO NOT DISTURB sign hanging from an archaic doorknob, was clearly the entrance to a still-sealed burial chamber. Carson's incredible discoveries, including the remains of two bodies, one of then on a ceremonial bed facing an altar that appeared to be a means of communicating with the Gods and the other lying in a porcelain sarcophagus in the Inner Chamber, permitted him to piece together the whole fabric of that extraordinary civilization.

The Moth

by George Dawes Green Adam Gopnik Catherine Burns

For the first time in print, celebrated storytelling phenomenon The Moth presents fifty spellbinding, soul-bearing stories selected from their extensive archive (fifteen-plus years and 10,000-plus stories strong). Inspired by friends telling stories on a porch, The Moth was born in small-town Georgia, garnered a cult following in New York City, and then rose to national acclaim with the wildly popular podcast and Peabody Award-winning weekly public radio show The Moth Radio Hour.Stories include: writer Malcolm Gladwell's wedding toast gone horribly awry; legendary rapper Darryl "DMC" McDaniels' obsession with a Sarah McLachlan song; poker champion Annie Duke's two-million-dollar hand; and A. E. Hotchner's death-defying stint in a bullring . . . with his friend Ernest Hemingway. Read about the panic of former Clinton Press Secretary Joe Lockhart when he misses Air Force One after a hard night of drinking in Moscow, and Dr. George Lombardi's fight to save Mother Teresa's life.This will be a beloved read for existing Moth enthusiasts, fans of the featured storytellers, and all who savor well-told, hilarious, and heartbreaking stories.

Moth to a Flame

by Ashley Antoinette

From bestselling author Antoinette comes the gritty, harrowing tale of a young woman who finds herself drawn to a seductive street hustler who will be the death of her.

Moth to a Flame

by Ashley Antoinette

In the little city of Flint, MI, the good die young and the people left standing are the grimiest of characters. With reign over the city's drug trade, Benjamin Atkins made sure that his precious daughter, Raven, was secluded from the grit that the city had to offer. But when Raven's young heart gets claimed by Mizan, a stick-up kid in search of a come-up, there's nothing Benjamin can do about losing her to the streets. She chooses love over loyalty and runs off with Mizan, but her new role as wifey soon proves to be more than she can handle.Puppy love always feels right, but things turn stale, and she soon finds that everyone she loves has disappeared. All she has is Mizan, but when hugs and kisses turn to bloody lips and black eyes, she realizes that Mizan is not who she thought he was.Raven becomes desperate for a way out, but this time, Daddy can't save her. Every time she finds the courage to leave, fear convinces her to stay. Like a moth to a flame, Raven is drawn to Mizan, even though she knows he'll be the death of her.When the hood life she chose becomes unbearable and the only way out is in a coffin, what will she do?

Mother

by Kathleen Norris

Mother and Child

by Carole Maso

A mediation on life and death, being and non-being, and the intense mystery and beauty of existence, Maso's new novel follows a mother and child as they roam through wondrous and increasingly dangerous psychic and physical terrain A great wind comes, an ancient tree splits in half and a bat, or is it an angel, enters the house where the mother and child sleep, and in an instant a world of relentless change, of spectacular consequences, of submerged memory, and uncanny intimations is set into motion. It is as if a veil has lifted, and what was once hidden is now in plain sight in all its splendor and terror as the mother and child are asked to bear enormous transformations and a terrible wisdom almost impossible to fathom. As the outside can no longer be separated from the inside, nor dream from reality, the mother and child continue, encountering along the way all kinds of characters and creatures as they move through a surreal world of grace and dread to the end.The bond between Mother and Child is untouchable, unrealizable until it is lost, and this meditation pushes the envelope, inching ever closer to touching it, to realizing it.

A Mother and Two Daughters

by Gail Godwin

After the death of their father, Cate and Lydia return to North Carolina to mourn with their mother; it is a time of reflection for all three.

Mother Angelica's Little Book of Life Lessons and Everyday Spirituality

by Raymond Arroyo

Very practical guideance for every day living with the Lord. "Mother Angelica fervently believed in maintaining an eternal perspective for everyday living; a constant awareness that we must account for our actions in this life, and that a final judgment awaits each of us. Of course she put it more succinctly: Everyone drags his own carcass to market. So be careful."

A Mother at Heart

by Carolyne Aarsen

A PLACE TO BELONGMiriam Spencer had left the "glamorous" New York fashion world to return to the small farming town where she was raised. Perhaps here, if only for a little while, she could find some of the meaning that was missing in her life....But coming home meant meeting Jake Steele, the man she'd never stopped loving. He was a widower now, with an adorable young daughter, and she longed to be part of both their lives. But what could she offer this man, whose roots were planted so deep in the land, in his family, in his faith...?And yet, how could she walk away from him again?

The Mother-Daughter Book Club

by Heather Vogel Frederick

The book club is about to get a makeover. . . . Even if Megan would rather be at the mall, Cassidy is late for hockey practice, Emma's already read every book in existence, and Jess is missing her mother too much to care, the new book club is scheduled to meet every month. But what begins as a mom-imposed ritual of reading Little Women soon helps four unlikely friends navigate the drama of middle school. From stolen journals, to secret crushes, to a fashion-fiasco first dance, the girls are up to their Wellie boots in drama. They can't help but wonder: What would Jo March do? Acclaimed author Heather Vogel Frederick will delight daughters of all ages in a novel about the fabulousness of fiction, family, and friendship.

The Mother Daughter Connection

by Susie Shellenberger

The Mother Daughter Connection is a book designed to help mothers form intimate, working relationships with their daughters by giving mothers an insider's view of their daughters' thoughts and feelings. The editor of Brio magazine for girls and a veteran youth expert, Susie Shellenberger helps mothers understand the angst and confusion teen girls feel when coping with such issues as body image, fashion envy, dating, fear of failure, and sharing one's faith. With creative questions, conversation starters, and diary entries, mothers are given the tools to not only help their daughters, but also to learn the "stuff they gotta know" to help their daughters survive the teenage years.

The Mother-Daughter Project: How Mothers and Daughters Can Band Together, Beat the Odds,and Thrive Through Adolescence

by Renee Schultz Suellen Hamkins

Ten years ago, SuEllen Hamkins, MD, and Renée Schultz, MA, created the Mother- Daughter Project with other women in their community, hoping to strengthen their bonds with their then seven-year-old girls.<P><P> The group met regularly to speak frankly about such issues as friendships and aggression, puberty, body image, drugs, and sexuality. The results were amazing: confident, assertive teenage girls with strong self-images and close ties to their moms. Equally important, the mothers navigated their own concerns about adolescence with integrity and grace. <P>This book details the success of the Project's groundbreaking model, providing the reader with a road map for staying close with her own daughter through adolescence and beyond.

Mother Earth and Uncle Sam

by Rena I. Steinzor

In this compelling study, Rena Steinzor highlights the ways in which the government, over the past twenty years, has failed to protect children from harm caused by toxic chemicals. She believes these failures--under-funding, excessive and misguided use of cost/benefit analysis, distortion of science, and devolution of regulatory authority--have produced a situation in which harm that could be reduced or eliminated instead persists. Steinzor states that, as a society, we are neglecting our children's health to an extent that we would find unthinkable as individual parents, primarily due to the erosion of the government's role in protecting public health and the environment. At this pace, she asserts, our children will inherit a planet under grave threat. We can arrest these developments if a critical mass of Americans become convinced that these problems are urgent and the solutions are near at hand. By focusing on three specific case studies--mercury contamination through the human food chain, perchlorate (rocket fuel) in drinking water, and the effects of ozone (smog) on children playing outdoors--Steinzor creates an analysis grounded in law, economics, and science to prove her assertions about the existing dysfunctional system. Steinzor then recommends a concise and realistic series of reforms that could reverse these detrimental trends and serve as a blueprint for restoring effective governmental intervention. She argues that these recommendations offer enough material to guide government officials and advocacy groups toward prompt implementation, for the sake of America's--and the world's--future generations.

Mother Eternal Ann Everlastin's Dead

by Pat G'Orge-Walker

Spiritually uplifting and knee-slapping funny, Pat G'Orge-Walker's Sister Betty and her fellow parishioners discover what matters most on bumpy road trip to Baltimore. . . Sister Betty barely has a minute to sit and fan herself before she's off on another "Mission from God. " Her friend Mother Eternal Ann Everlastin' has dropped dead on her seventy-first birthday from an overdose of York Peppermint Pattie, and it's up to Sister Betty to see to her final wishes, namely, traveling to a Baltimore religious conference to deliver three one-million dollar checks to three different mega-church pastors. When the Reverend Knott Enuff Money hears that Sister Betty is about to give away a substantial amount of Mother's riches, he wants in. But finagling the money out of Sister Betty right under the noses of three genuine men of God is going to be the biggest challenge the Reverend has ever faced. . . one that just might set him on the path to reclaiming the true spirit of faith. . . "Christian comedy fiction at its best. " --Library Journal "This novel is the best of its kind, and it's easy to see how G'Orge-Walker has carved out a comfortable niche for herself as the queen of gospel comedy literature. " --QBR

Mother Eternal Ann Everlastin's Dead

by Pat G'Orge-Walker

Spiritually uplifting and knee-slapping funny, Pat G'Orge-Walker's Sister Betty and her fellow parishioners discover what matters most on bumpy road trip to Baltimore...Sister Betty barely has a minute to sit and fan herself before she's off on another "Mission from God." Her friend Mother Eternal Ann Everlastin' has dropped dead on her seventy-first birthday from an overdose of York Peppermint Pattie, and it's up to Sister Betty to see to her final wishes, namely, traveling to a Baltimore religious conference to deliver three one-million dollar checks to three different mega-church pastors.When the Reverend Knott Enuff Money hears that Sister Betty is about to give away a substantial amount of Mother's riches, he wants in. But finagling the money out of Sister Betty right under the noses of three genuine men of God is going to be the biggest challenge the Reverend has ever faced...one that just might set him on the path to reclaiming the true spirit of faith..."Christian comedy fiction at its best." --Library Journal"This novel is the best of its kind, and it's easy to see how G'Orge-Walker has carved out a comfortable niche for herself as the queen of gospel comedy literature." --QBR

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