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  • Miseryland

    by Keiler Roberts

    Miseryland is a collection of Keiler Roberts’ ongoing autobiographical comics series Powdered Milk. Throughout the book, short stories and vignettes build into one narrative.  The first scene shows Roberts’ three-year-old daughter Xia watching her shrink the window cellophane with a hairdryer. “It’s getting fancier and fancier,” she observes. Throughout the book Xia is a major character: challenging Roberts (“You want to say dammit?”), entertaining her (“There’s a l... more

  • Germs & Fury

    by Bill Gourgey

    From silicon germs to digitized souls, the future is here…

    Read the final book of the Beverly Hills Book Award Winning Glide Trilogy, a mesmerizing tale of love, loss, and second chances. Set in a future filled with dazzling and perilous inventions, the trilogy has been read more than 6,000,000 times on Wattpad, received a starred review from Publishers Weekly (book 2), and has been queried for a future motion picture.

    In Germs & Fury, as a... more

  • Life, Love, and a Hijacking: My Pan Am Memoir

    by Wendy Sue Knecht

    LIfe, Love, and a Hijacking: My Pan Am Memoir  is an insightful, hilarious, sometimes seat-gripping look at the adventures of an ebullient flight attendant, who flew for the world’s most iconic airline, iconic airline, Pan Am.  With the world at her fingertips, anything was possible...even the improbable. Single until age 47, Wendy’s Pan Am story of her “life of freedom” is thought provoking and peppered with celebrity, adventure, tragedy, and a lot of laughter. Life, Love, and a Hig... more

  • Meant To Be: A Novel of Honor and Duty

    by Jessica James

    It started as a chance encounter on the beach, and ended 24 hours later when they parted to go their separate ways. Or so they thought. Actually it was just the beginning. When Lauren Cantrell and Michael “Rad” Radcliff said goodbye, they had no way of knowing they would ever see each other again. But fate had another unexpected meeting in store for them—this time in a place where danger is part of the culture and the stakes are life and death. From the sundrenched beaches of Ocean City, Md.,... more

  • Comfort: A Novel of the Reverse Underground Railroad

    by Ted Parkhurst
    In 1816 along the Mason-Dixon line, a woman is abducted and sold back into slavery. This is the story of her struggle to elude a drunken husband, earn her "free papers" a second time, and regain her dignity. Hers is an ageless story of human striving, abuse, and intrepid heroism.
  • Near Death

    by Glenn Cooper
    #1 International Bestseller New from the internationally bestselling thriller writer Glenn Cooper, whose books have sold more then 6 million copies worldwide, comes Near Death. A brilliant neuroscientist, obsessed with death since his own childhood near death experience, resorts to drastic measures to prove the existence of the afterlife. Milan, Italy today. It is the most serious crisis that the world has ever faced. Bewildered, young and old, believers and atheists are asking all the same, dis... more
  • Gather the Bones

    by Alison Stuart

    England 1922:  In the shadow of the Great War, grieving widow, Helen Morrow and her husband’s cousin, the wounded and reclusive Paul, are haunted not only by the horrors of the trenches but ghosts from another time and another conflict. The desperate voice of a young woman reaches out to them from the pages of a coded diary and Paul and Helen are bound together in their search for answers, not only to the old mystery but also the circumstances surrounding the death of Helen’s husband at Passc... more

  • The Ghost Box: A Reagan Moon Novel

    by Mike Duran
    Reagan Moon -- paranormal reporter, terminal underachiever, and staunch cynic of the human race. The only ghosts he really believes in are the ones in his own head. But his world is about to get an upgrade. When Moon is hired by a reclusive tycoon to investigate the events surrounding his girlfriend's tragic death, he learns of an impending apocalypse about to flatten Los Angeles. Seems that the Summu Nura, ancient gods from a parallel dimension, are looking for a new stomping ground. And Holl... more
  • Well-Heeled

    by Roz Siegel
    When Emily's elderly customer, Sophia Sarfatti, complains her shoe is uncomfortable--and Emily pries off the heel to investigate--she discovers a stash of precious stones that has the power not only to make her own life uncomfortable--but to end it completely. Someone is using Emily's Place, the fashionista's favorite discount shoe store on New York City's colorful Upper West Side, to traffic in stolen stones, and the list of possible suspects keep growing. Was it Freddie the Fox, a local ... more
  • No Man's Land

    by Michael Califra
    It was a beautiful dream; as compelling and just as any in history – yet unattainable. Realizing it meant overcoming entrenched ideological and political divisions that had split a city and the world for half a century. Then it happened; overnight and without warning. And nothing would ever be as it was before. Set in the divided city of Berlin just before the revolutions of 1989, continuing through the unexpected fall of the Wall and German reunification, No Man’s Land chronicles events as exp... more
  • True North: Tice's Story

    by Mark Alan Leslie

    True North: Tice’s Story tells the great escape of the African slaves out of bondage in the South in the 1850s and 1860s through the dramatic and danger-filled story of one young man, Tice, and his escape to Canada. The 19-year-old, God-fearing Tice runs from his master’s plantation in Maysville, Kentucky, and swims the Ohio River to Ripley, Ohio, where he is connected to a network of people in the Underground Railroad, who rush him northeastward, ever northeastward toward New... more

  • Venice: A Travel Guide to Murano Glass, Carnival Masks, Gondolas, Lace, Paper & More

    by Laura Morelli
    Every traveler to Venice wants to go home with a special souvenir—a carnival mask, a piece of Murano glass, a handcrafted piece of lace. But selecting which mask or which goblet to buy can be an intimidating experience. How do you know if you’re buying something authentic, something made in Venice, something made in a traditional way? How do you gauge how much you should pay, and how do you know if you’re being ripped off? How do you determine if you have fallen prey to one of the city’s many to... more
  • Artificial Absolutes

    by Mary Fan
    Jane Colt is just another recent college grad working as an Interstellar Confederation office drone—until the day she witnesses her best friend, Adam, kidnapped by a mysterious criminal. An extensive cover-up thwarts her efforts to report the crime, shaking her trust in the authorities. Only her older brother, Devin, believes her account. Devin hopes to leave behind his violent past and find peace in a marriage to the woman he loves. That hope shatters when he discovers a shocking secret that ... more
  • Starblind

    by D.T. Dyllin
    Owner of the Chimay grade starship dubbed The Pittsburgh; Captain Jane Sevis is one of the best bounty hunters in the galaxy. Except for the occasional problematic hunt, her life is pretty uncomplicated. When a particularly slippery target reveals the real reason for being in her database, her world is turned upside down in more ways than one. Will she follow her gut and look the other way for the man she may be falling for? Or will their love fall prey to her mercenary heart before it gets a re... more
  • Kid Me Not: an anthology by child-free women of the '60s now in their 60s (Boomers Remember)

    by Aralyn Hughes
    Kid Me Not is an anthology by child-free women of the ’60s now in their 60s. Women who came of age in the ’60s, and who now are in their 60s, share personal stories of how, by choice or by default, they remained child free. Their young lives were touched by a social revolution involving the Vietnam war, draft, sex, drugs, rock and roll. They were the first generation to have a real option to not have children, thanks to the advent of effective birth control. The Baby Boomers reflect on how this ... more
  • Chicagoland

    by Steve Gubin
    Chicagoland, Illusions of the Literal, is a black and white photographic dialogue with the people, places, and culture of contemporary Chicago. Steve Gubin spent six years (2008 to 2014) photographing the candid, ephemeral juxtapositions of people and places that occur daily on the streets of this major American city. Through his photographs, he isolates unique slices of time in which an untold story, a puzzling ambiguity, or a hidden significance may be revealed or pondered over. Chicagoland is... more

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