Tuesday, March 3, 2009


Another Life by Andrew Vachss: Burke accepts a contract with the government to find the kidnapped son of a Saudi prince in exchange for medical care for the Prof, who is in a coma after being shot by a sniper, and must return to his roots to solve the case.

A Darker Place by Jack Higgins: Alexander Kurbsky, a writer and ex-paratrooper, makes secret plans to escape Puntin's Russia and go west, but first Kurbsky is obligated to complete his mission for Russia and infiltrate British and American intelligence.

Agincourt by Bernard Cornwell: After his time as a mercenary archer in France, young Nicholas Hook returns to England, despite the warrant for his arrest, where he is discovered by the King of England--Henry V--who recruits Hook into his army and marches back into France where he becomes the army's--and the King's--only hope.

The Messenger by Jan Burke: Tyler Hawthorne, a British officer wounded at Waterloo, is given a chance for immortality, but he must forever comfort the dying; however, the resurrected Adrian deVille uses a salvage diver to find Tyler, who, together with Amanda Clarke, set out to destroy Adrian.

Three Week to Say Goodbye by C.J. Box: Nine months after the McGuanes adopt a daughter, they learn that the birth father, a teenager, never signed away his parental rights, and when they try to handle the situation personally, they learn something unsettling about the boy and his father, a powerful judge in Denver, while trying to protect their child.

People of the Thunder by W. Michael Gear: Drawing on their backgrounds in archaeology, the Gears vividly re-create Paleolithic America. In this novel they explore the Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek and Yuchi peoples in the Mississippian mound builders' civilization.

Runner by Thomas Perry: Jane Whitefield comes out of retirement to help a young woman who is trying to escape an abusive relationship with her real estate mogul boyfriend who will do anything to get her and their unborn child back.

Web Marketing for Small Businesses by Stephanie Diamond: Take advantage of marketing opportunities on the Internet, and win new customers by getting the word out about your business in seven steps.

101 Ways to Promote Your Website by Susan Sweeney: Getting targeted traffic to your Web site will result in dramatically increased revenue if your site is effective, interactive, and well promoted.

Little Landscapes by Priscilla Hauser: Starts with painting basics, including proper techniques for brushstrokes, and continues with her patented, easy-to-follow techniques for capturing grass, land, water, and trees.

Heather Luke's Complete Curtain-Making Course: From tiebacks to attached pelmets, roman blinds to kitchen ginghams, this complete curtain guide has it all!

The Depths of Courage: American Submariners at War with Japan 1941-1945 by Flint Whitlock: Presents accounts from veterans of their experiences serving aboard submarines throughout the Pacific during World War II.

The World According to Baxter Black by Baxter Black: A collection of cowboy poetry and cowboy wisdom and other stories.

Fabric Art Workshop by Susan Stein: Describes more than twenty-seven innovative techniques for working with fabric, and includes step-by-step instructions and photographs, as well as a gallery of finished works.

Father Joe by Tony Hendra: The author, comedian Tony Hendra, describes his relationship with Father Joe, a Benedictine monk who was his mentor from when he was fourteen and having an affair with a married Catholic woman, through the turmoil and drugs of the seventies and eighties, and two marriages, until his death.

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