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Jan.06.2010
"The Marrying Kind" by Debbie Macomber - High school sweethearts Katie and Jason haven't seen each other in ten years - and now she's walked back into his life. With one look, the love they shared comes flooding back - only now the odds seem stacked against them. "Whale Island"...
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Jan.06.2010
Twenty-five-year-old Andes Lane has spent nine years moving restlessly from place to place as she searches for somewhere that feels right. In the little blue houseboat bobbing on a Seattle lake, she thinks she's found it. But Andes has barely had a chance to settle in before her new life is upended...
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Jan.06.2010
When psychic Clair does a tarot-card reading for doubting bride-to-be Rachel, it's the beginning of a bizarre adventure. Rachel leaves behind her engagement ring and her fiance Jake's business card, and Clair decides to take a pilgrimage to the Heron family winery to return the ring. Somehow she...
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Jan.06.2010
HE STOLE HER HEART, SHE STEALS EVERYTHING ELSE. . . .   I, Melanie Zeitgar, do solemnly swear I will never shoplift again.  Ever!* *Exceptions:  Break-ups, weight gain, job losses, crummy auditions, great auditions where you don’t get a call back, high Visa bills, cavities, the trauma of using...
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Dec.27.2009
Three bodies, three different towns. Each victim was a sorority girl-pretty, privileged, and brutally murdered. There are no fingerprints, no clues. He is scrupulously careful, craving those exquisite seconds when the light fades from his victim-s eyes. But the rush never lasts, and the killing won...
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Jun.23.2009
From Publishers Weekly Thriller writer Massey's strong anthology showcases 20 new horror and suspense stories by African-American writers, both established and upcoming. Massey evokes America's enduring black cultural heritage in his understated "Granddad's Garage," about a humble,...
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Jun.12.2009
Polito takes readers back to the 1980s with a wonderfully sweet and hilarious coming-of-age story set in the backstage world of a high school drama club.
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May.29.2009
From Booklist Greg Herren's "The Nightwatchers," the first story in Midnight Thirsts, is a thriller. Nightwatcher Nigel informs Rachel that friend Philip has been seduced by the evil vampire Gunther, who is seeking to replace his lost love; with Nigel's help, Rachel must save Philip...
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May.29.2009
They are the ultimate forbidden pleasure—ruthless in their eroticism, tender in their devotions, and utterly irresistible in their dangerous temptations. Spend the night with four mysterious men whose kiss is more than deadly, it's forever… Masters Of Midnight His Hunger, by William J. Mann It'...
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May.29.2009
From Publishers Weekly After a string of humorous essay collections, Ford (The Little Book of Neuroses) expands his repertoire with this brimful first novel about life, love and self-discovery over the course of a steamy Provincetown summer. Among the bevy of characters Ford introduces is Josh...