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Edited by Pamela Kruger & Jill Smolowe About the Anthology Impressive for both its breadth and its quality, A Love Like No Other is a timely and heartwarming...
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Forgive the Moon
From Publishers WeeklyEvery year, Amanda Kincaid vacations on Long Island with her extended family. She's there again this year at the start of Maryanne Stahl's...
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Sacred Cows
New Haven Herald police reporter Annie Seymour is tough, smart and has a self-deprecating sense of humor. She knows she's too cynical and a workaholic, but she's...
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Secondhand Smoke
When a Wooster Square Italian restaurant burns down, all that's left is some rubble and the body of an unidentified woman. The restaurant owner is missing, and...
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Dead of the Day
April has hit New Haven, Connecticut, bringing with it something less fragrant than May flowers: An unidentified body in the harbor. The strange...
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Double Cross
Alex Cross rejoins the police force to face the most diabolical villain he’s ever encountered-a serial killer with a hunger for mega-celebrity. Just when detective...
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What Should I Do With My Life
Inspirational true stories of people pondering this great question and seeking meaningful answers. These remarkable individuals faced and overcame fear and...
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Creating Leaderful Organizations: How to Bring Out Leadership in Everyone presents a new paradigm of leadership that is based on mutual—rather than heroic and...
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Work-based learning is Joe Raelin’s unique way of incorporating a number of action strategies—such as action learning, action science, and communities of practice—...
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Make Their Day!
Make Their Day! Employee Recognition That Works describes a manager-driven approach to employee recognition. This book: Shows why much of the billions of dollars...
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Gabriel S. de Anda, a practicing attorney as well as a writer, lives in Los Angeles, California. These nine stories of speculative fiction were written between the...
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Tweny-three year old Christian is living through a most interesting time. His girlfriend has left him. His attorney boss is on the run, having stolen from the...
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Lost Kingdom, forthcoming from Atlantic Monthly Press in January, 2012
Julia Flynn Siler, in her first book since the New York Times bestselling The House of Mondavi,  takes readers on a tour through the fascinating history of...
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Heart's Chalice
As a young woman, Laurel misinterpreted a psychic vision, causing the death of her first and only love. She has lived with guilt ever since. Two decades later,...
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Patchwork Stained Glass
Romilly Shepard finds comfort in the hard facts of science. She lives with her friend Martha, also an atheist, and they see each other as rationalists who stand...
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The Little Russian
The Little Russian tells the story of Berta Alshonsky, who revels in childhood memories of her time spent with a wealthy family in Moscow –a life filled with salons...
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On A Silver Platter
When a Hollywood crew comes to Sonoma County to film a pretentious low-budget alien movie based roughly on the beheading of St. John the Baptist, Alex lends a hand...
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Ordinary Furies
The first in the Alexis Pope mystery series. Alex finds trouble in the wine country of California.
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The prophet Daniel saw two men, one clothed in linen.
The Man Clothed in Linen begins with a virgin  brought to Herod's sickbed to warm him as a maiden once warmed King David. Herod recovers and chooses a...
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Join me in an effort to present ourselves before God, seeking the Master's touch to reshape and transform us from being broken into being made whole again. Come...
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