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Emma Wheaton has interrupted her successful stage career to attend to her dying father—the legedary screen actor David Wheaton. As the master performer grapples with an obsession over the one great ro…
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Returning to the struggling town of Buffalo Valley, North Dakota, Lindsay Snyder seeks to discover family secrets while reevaluating her life, an effort that offers unexpected hope to the town of her …
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Dakota Home (Dakota, #2)
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Always Dakota (Dakota, #3)
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Local rancher Margaret Clemens is taking a chance on happiness, and going after what she wants for a change. And what she wants is marriage to cowboy, Matt Eilers. Regardless of what her friends and f…
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The Religious Body (Inspector Sloan #1)
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Buffalo Valley (Dakota, #4)
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Moon Signs (Moon Mystery #1)
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The Fruit of Lies: A Chautauqua Murder Mystery
When tyrannical billionaire Thomas C. Whistler is drowned in the bathtub of his Chautauqua Institution McMansion in July 2018, everyone looks guilty. Especially his seven glib and greedy grown-up kids…
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The Moonshiner's Daughter: A Southern Coming-Of-Age Saga of Family and Loyalty
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The Bar Harbor Retirement Home for Famous Writers (And Their Muses)
A whimsical, moving novel about a retirement home for literary legends who spar, conjure up new stories, and almost magically change the lives of the people around them.

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Safely Home
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2002 Gold Medallion Award winner! Fans of Randy Alcorn will applaud this soul-stirring story of two college friends who reconnect after twenty years. One is living life apart from God in comfortable c…
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Sins of the Fathers
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Charlene Butler, a.k.a. Charlie, is beautiful, independent, and a successful pub owner in downtown Montreal, but prefers not to discuss her past, or the main reason for her success. When she anonymous…
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Stranger in the Lake
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Charlotte didn’t know her greatest risk was saying, “I do.”

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Bad To The Bones (Evan Buckley Thriller, #1)
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The Sasha McCandless Series: Volume 1 (Books 1-3)
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A Lover Too Many (Inspector John Crow, #1)
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Looking for a classic murder mystery from an acclaimed crime writer?

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At Risk (Winston Garano, #1)
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A Massachusetts state investigator is called home from Knoxville, Tennessee, where he is completing a course at the National Forensic Academy. His boss, the district attorney, attractive but hard-char…
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Miracles and Other Reasonable Things: A Story of Unlearning and Relearning God
In her most personal book yet, popular speaker and bestselling author Sarah Bessey invites us into her long—and sometimes miraculous—road to recovery after a terrible accident and shares how it change…
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Tomato Red
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In the Ozarks, what you are is where you are born. If you're born in Venus Holler, you're not much. For Jamalee Merridew, her hair tomato red with rage and ambition, Venus Holler just won't cut it. Ja…
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The Outlaw Album
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Twelve timeless Ozarkian tales of those on the fringes of society, by a "stunningly original" (Associated Press) American master.

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Everyone hates parts of their job.

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The Collaboration: Hollywood's Pact with Hitler
To continue doing business in Germany after Hitler's ascent to power, Hollywood studios agreed not to make films that attacked the Nazis or condemned Germany's persecution of Jews. Ben Urwand reveals …
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Romeo and Juliet and West Side Story
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Dragon Bones (Red Princess, #3)
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In a magnificent land where myth mixes treacherously with truth, one woman is in charge of telling them apart. Liu Hulan is the Inspector in China’s Ministry of Public Security whose tough style roust…
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The Interior (Red Princess, #2)
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In our world, two years have passed since the publication of Flower Net, Lisa See's debut in thriller fiction, but as The Interior begins, only a few months have passed since Liu Hulan, a detective in…
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Pericles
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The Fever
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· 409 Ratings
Winner of the 1991 Obie Award for Best Play and soon to be a film starring Vanessa Redgrave, The Fever has been called “a starkly written, harrowing journey into [the] dark night of the soul that is a…
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Northern Lights: Bolvangar (His Dark Materials, #1)
With the gyptians, Lyra travels to the bleak splendour of the North, bearing a truth-telling compass, she goes in search of Roger and the other lost children - to Bolvangar.

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Shameless: A Sexual Reformation
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Raw, intimate, and timely, Nadia Bolz-Weber’s latest book offers a full-blown overhaul of our harmful and antiquated ideas about sex, gender, and our bodies.
 
Christians are obsessed with sex. But no…
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A Miracle for St. Cecilia's
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· 413 Ratings
In the New England town of Dorsetville, the citizens are poor in worldly goods but rich in faith and compassion. For generations-long before the last woolen mill closed five years ago-Dorsetvillians h…
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