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Shawn O'Brien manslaughter by Johnstone, William W, author.

Shawn O'Brien manslaughter

Apr 29, 2016
Silence in the Dark by Bradley, Patricia

Silence in the Dark

Apr 29, 2016
Sisi - empress on her own by Pataki, Allison, author.

Sisi - empress on her own

"In imperial Vienna, where the court halls buzzed with waltzes and champagne, as well as temptation, rivals, and cutthroat intrigue, the intensely personal tale of Empress Sisi unraveled. Infamously beautiful, a mother of four, and wife of Emperor Franz Joseph - whom she unintentionally stole away from her sister - Sisi's reign was anything but simple. Against the backdrop of a rich, romantic, and volatile time period--marked by pivotal events such as the opening of the Suez Canal, Vienna's Worl

Apr 29, 2016
Someone like you by Bylin, Victoria, author.

Someone like you

"Julia Dare is trying to raise her son and run her event-planning business. When a job takes her to the Caliente Springs retreat, she finds she'll be working with Zeke Monroe---her college sweetheart-- and the resort's fate hangs on their success with animportant client's wedding"--

Apr 29, 2016
Step by step by Calvert, Candace, 1950- author.

Step by step

Apr 29, 2016
Stones in the road by Moore, E. B. (Elizabeth B.), author.

Stones in the road

"Fearing his father, a young Amish boy flees his home in Pennsylvania in 1872 in the aftermath of a disastrous fire. Having never experienced the ways of the English, Joshua embarks on an epic journey to reach California"--

Apr 29, 2016
Sunset City - a novel by Ginsburg, Melissa.

Sunset City - a novel

"Danielle Reeves was Charlotte Ford's most loyal and vibrant friend. She helped Charlotte through her mother's illness and death, and opened up about her own troubled family. The two friends were inseparable, reveling in Houston's shadowy corners. But Danielle's addiction got the best of her and she went to prison for four years. When she gets out, she and Charlotte reconnect. Charlotte hopes this is a new start for their friendship. Then a detective shows up at Charlotte's apartment. Danielle h

Apr 29, 2016
Swimming in the Shadows by Janes, Diane

Swimming in the Shadows

Apr 24, 2016
Tears to triumph - the spiritual journey from suffering to enlightenment by Williamson, Marianne, 1952- author.

Tears to triumph - the spiritual journey from suffering to enlightenment

Apr 29, 2016
The 14th colony - a novel by Berry, Steve, 1955- author.

The 14th colony - a novel

"What happens if both the president and vice-president-elect die before taking the oath of office? The answer is far from certain--in fact, what follows would be nothing short of total political chaos. Shot down over Siberia, ex-Justice Department agent Cotton Malone is forced into a fight for survival against Aleksandr Zorin, a man whose loyalty to the former Soviet Union has festered for decades into an intense hatred of the United States. Before escaping, Malone learns that Zorin and another

Apr 29, 2016
The American Civil War - a military history by Keegan, John, 1934-2012.

The American Civil War - a military history

Examines the American Civil War, analyzing how ill-equipped combatants continued to fight for four years, and discussing the war's leadership, strategic logic, topography, ideology, demographics, economics, and more.

Apr 29, 2016
The arrangement by Warlick, Ashley, author.

The arrangement

"An irresistible novel about food, desire, and the real-life love triangle between M.F.K Fisher, her husband, and the man she left him for--the true love of her life Los Angeles, 1934. Mary Frances is on the cusp of becoming M.F.K. Fisher--the writer whose artful personal essays about food created a genre. She is hungry, and not just for food: she wants Tim, her husband Al's charming friend, who encourages her writing and seems to understand her better than anyone. Mary Frances and Al no longer

Apr 29, 2016
The atonement by Lewis, Beverly, 1949- author.

The atonement

"An Amishwoman who has given up hope of marriage seeks to redeem the guilt from her past by volunteering her time in Lancaster County, and a young Englisher interested in the self-sufficiency of the Amish seeks mentorship from her father" --

Apr 29, 2016
The blue hour by Kennedy, Douglas, 1955- author.

The blue hour

Apr 29, 2016
The children by Leary, Ann, author.

The children

"Four adult step-children must come to terms with their legacy and the family myths they've built their lives upon"--

Apr 29, 2016
The confidence game - why we fall for it... every time by Konnikova, Maria, author.

The confidence game - why we fall for it... every time

Apr 29, 2016
The crooked house by Kent, Christobel, author.

The crooked house

Apr 25, 2016
The crooked house by Kent, Christobel, author.

The crooked house

Apr 29, 2016
The devil in Jerusalem by Ragen, Naomi, author.

The devil in Jerusalem

Two brothers are admitted to Jerusalem's Hadassah Hospital with horrific injuries. Their mother, a young American, devoutly recites Psalms at the bedside, refusing to answer any questions. Brought in to investigate, Detective Bina Tzedek follows a winding path that takes her through Jerusalem's Old City, kabbalists, mystical ancient texts, and terrifying cult rituals, until she finally uncovers the shocking truth. From internationally bestselling author Naomi Ragen, THE DEVIL IN JERUSALEM is a

Apr 29, 2016
The devil's diary - Alfred Rosenberg and the stolen secrets of the Third Reich by Wittman, Robert K., author.

The devil's diary - Alfred Rosenberg and the stolen secrets of the Third Reich

"A groundbreaking historical contribution, The Devil's Diary is a chilling window into the mind of Adolf Hitler's 'chief social philosopher,' Alfred Rosenberg, who formulated some of the guiding principles behind the Third Reich's genocidal crusade. It also chronicles the thrilling detective hunt for the diary, which disappeared after the Nuremburg Trials and remained lost for almost three quarters of a century, until Robert Wittman, a former FBI special agent who founded the Bureau's Art Crimes

Apr 29, 2016