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  • Children of Lies

    by Susan Lerner

     "There are so many truths. Which one do you want?"

         Rachel, a pre-med student from a Jewish family, doesn't think much about Israel until she meets Michael, a Palestinian doctor in New York on a fellowship.She is attracted to his strength and passion for helping his people. He sees her as a recruit to his cause.

         Drawn together by their differences, their unlikely romance will force them to confront ... more

  • Behind the Forgotten Front

    by Barbara Hawkins

    This forbidden story about lunacy at the top was exposed by one soldier's diary.  Picture India and Burma 1942; with unexplored junbles, Himalayan Mountains, monsoon rains, Naga headhunters, and a young man looking for adventure.  For fifty years he swore to keep secret the military's 'win at all cost' mentality.  This is not another 'boy goes to war' tale; instead it's about Harry Flynn's struggle with himself as he helped to build the '... more

  • The Accidental Athlete

    by Lynn Blake John
    “The Accidental Athlete” is the second picture book featuring the hapless Freddie. This time he hates sport and exercise. One day he sneaks off the playing field in the middle of a game -- and the consequences are unusual! A badminton racket, a golf club, and a bicycle strike back. Will Freddie triumph in the end? Could exercise actually be fun?
  • Revenge of the Vegetables

    by Lynn Blake John
    “Revenge of the Vegetables” is the story of Freddie, a boy who hates vegetables. One day when no one is looking, he throws his vegetables in the rubbish bin. The angry vegetables want revenge and Freddie has to run for his life! Can Freddie be rescued? And could vegetables actually be good for you?
  • The Unabridged Songwriter

    by John M. McNamara
    Duncan Chase is an imperfect storm. His fiftieth birthday looms, prompting reflection along several fronts. Gold-record winning songwriter. Widower, whose wife committed suicide twenty-five years earlier, wracking him with guilt and rage. Estranged son of an academic with expectations he could never meet. An agoraphobic due to panic attacks and anxiety for which he only recently sought treatment. Wednesday nights he auditions new compositions at the local pub to gauge audience reaction. Formulai... more
  • 9780992462307

    by M P Knox
    Selwyn leaves his home, on a farm in the Yorkshire Dales, to study at Liverpool University of Technology. It is The Beatles era, with Women's Liberation. He is a top student and attracts girls but his skills in love relationships are inept and comic. His beautiful girl friend Vicki uncovers his duplicity with Barbara on a lie detector. She gives him the cold shoulder. He adopts a straddle strategy with the two girls, as used in commodity speculation, to concentrate on his studies and get a first... more
  • Queen Henry

    by Linda Fausnet
    Major leaguer Henry Vaughn, Jr. is a goofy, goodhearted guy. He’s also a bit of a womanizer, more than a little homophobic, and rather protective of his macho image. Having asthma, Henry takes part in a clinical drug trial hoping to get rid of his embarrassing asthma inhaler. Unfortunately, the drug has an unusual side effect: it makes him gay... Research assistant, Sam, is gay and doesn’t believe Henry’s little story about the pill making him attracted to men. In an effort to get rid of hi... more
  • Love Straddle

    by Martin Knox
    Selwyn leaves his home, on a farm in the Yorkshire Dales, to study at Liverpool University of Technology. It is The Beatles era, with Women's Liberation. He is a top student and attracts girls but his skills in love relationships are inept and comic. His beautiful girl friend Vicki uncovers his duplicity with Barbara on a lie detector. She gives him the cold shoulder. He adopts a straddle strategy with the two girls, as used in commodity speculation, to concentrate on his studies and get a first... more
  • Love Straddle

    by Martin Knox
    Selwyn leaves his home, on a farm in the Yorkshire Dales, to study at Liverpool University of Technology. It is The Beatles era, with Women's Liberation. He is a top student and attracts girls but his skills in love relationships are inept and comic. His beautiful girl friend Vicki uncovers his duplicity with Barbara on a lie detector. She gives him the cold shoulder. He adopts a straddle strategy with the two girls, as used in commodity speculation, to concentrate on his studies and get a first... more
  • The Highwayman

    by Judith James

     

    The Highwayman  October 2014

    HOW EASILY ONE'S HEART CAN BE STOLEN...

    Some call him Gentleman Jack. The papers prefer Swift Nick. The only name Jack Nevison never uses is the one left to him by his abusive aristocratic father. Jack wants nothing to do with his heritage; instead, he preys on the wealthy, stealing coin (and the occasional kiss) on England's darkest roads. Jack's dangerous deeds are legend, yet the thrill of a hi... more

  • Benjamin the Little Brown Bear Who Loved to Spell

    by Paula M. Ezop

    Benjamin's story is one of friendship, and of learning to appreciate and learn from each other's talents. 

    Benjamin is a little brown bear who loves to spell, and Bobear is a big black bear who knows the ways of the forest (berry picking, collecting honey, and fishing). 

    Children will enjoy the adventurous and fun filled days that Benjamin and Bobear share together.  The story provides opportunities for children to interact with Benjamin who loves letters, l... more

  • Soldier of Fortune (The King's Courtesan)

    by Judith James

    Rakes and Rogues of the Restoration #2 Soldier of Fortune (Formerly The King’s Courtesan) Soldier of Fortune tells the story of Hope Mathews, a character inspired by Nell Gwynn, and Captain Robert Nichols, a war-weary Parliamentarian captain first introduced to readers in Libertine’s Kiss. Haunted by his past, hardened by years of fighting and consumed by a quest for revenge, Robert Nichols’ honor is a fading memory. When Charles II confiscates his lands to reward one of his... more

  • Emeralds of the Alhambra: Book One of the Anthems of al-Andalus Series

    by John D. Cressler
    How could we forget? Our world is stained with the blood of religious conflict and fanaticism, yet we managed to forget that for hundreds of years in medieval Spain, Christians, Muslims and Jews lived together in relative peace, sharing languages and customs, whispering words of love across religious boundaries, embracing a level of mutual acceptance and respect unimaginable today. Together, they launched one of the great intellectual and cultural flowerings of history. Our world aches for a fut... more
  • Shadows in the Shining City: Book Two of the Anthems of al-Andalus Series

    by John D. Cressler

    The Golden Age of Moorish Spain was during the 10th century, a time when the benevolent Arab Caliphs ruled Iberia from Córdoba, the site of the iconic Great Mosque and home to the Royal Library, one of the largest collections of ancient books ever assembled. 10th century Córdoba was the richest, most populous, and most cultured city in the western world. Under the tolerant Muslim Caliphs, the pinnacle of convivencia was attained, that unique period of Spanish history when Muslim... more

  • Libertine's Kiss

    by Judith James

    Judith James’ RAKES AND ROGUES OF THE RESTORATION  transports you to the thrilling days of highwaymen, cavaliers, courtiers, and spies. Rich with history and sizzling with passion, these are love stories you won’t soon forget! #1 LIBERTINE'S KISS: England, 1658—Having put a troubled youth firmly behind him, William de Veres—military hero, noted rake and close friend of the king—rises swiftly in the ranks of t... more

  • Jitterbugs!

    by Margot Toppen
    Be-Bop, A-Doo-Wop, A Wobble-Dee, POP! From the moment children first hear the recurring scat-rhythm that inspires Shorty George to dance, they'll be transported into a world filled with images from the past brought to life in colorful detail. JITTERBUGS! is inspired by real-life 1930s Lindy Hop dancers George Snowden ( Shorty George ) and Beatrice Gay ( Big Bea ) who used their height difference to advantage to win contests at places like the famed Savoy Ballroom in Harlem New York. This dance-... more

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