Tuesday, April 7, 2009


Under the Radar by Fern Michaels: The seven friends and their mentor escape to their mountaintop hideaway. During the night they are wakened by an alarm bell and see Charles and Myra entering a helicopter leaving a short note behind.

The Help by Kathryn Stockett: Three extraordinary women, whose determination to start a movement of their own, forever changes a town, and the way women view one another.

The Second Opinion by Michael Palmer: Thea is a brilliant medical doctor and her father Petros is a celebrated internal medicine specialist. When Petros is injured and in a coma, Thea fights to keep him alive and discovered that the accident wasn't an accident. Petros sends her a message with his eyes.

What I Did For Love by Susan Elizabeth Phillips: To salvage her floundering career after leaving her role on America's favorite sitcom and being left by her famous husband, Georgie York fakes a new marriage with her former costar Bramwell Shepard for the Hollywood paparazzi, but begins to question why Bram, whom she had considered an enemy, is being so supportive.

Lethal Legacy by Linda Fairstein: A young woman, a conservator of rare books and maps, has been assaulted but refuses to cooperate with authorities. Another woman with a rare book is murdered in the same apartment. This leads Alex Cooper to the strange and privileged world of the Hunt family, benefactors of the Library and rare book collectors. Who would kill for a rare book containing the world's oldest map?

Very Valentine by Adriana Trigani: Thirty-three-year-old Valentine Roncalli, faced with the seemingly impossible task of helping her family's shoe business rebound from financial ruin, travels to Tuscany in search of techniques and materials which will help her rebuild the company, and while she is there, she learns a secret and has life-changing experiences.

The Renegades by T. Jefferson Parker: Charlie Hood knows that there are still outlaws in the American West and prefers to cruise the highways at night and alone to find them. But he is assigned a partner named Terry Laws, a County veteran who everyone calls Mr. Wonderful. Laws is shot dead in the passenger seat and Hood is left find the gunman who didn't think Mr. Wonderful had lived up to his name.

Classic Farmall Tractors by Kenneth Updike: From the first tractor built in 1924 to the last Farmall model to roll off the line, this richly illustrated history tells the full story of Farmall tractors and fills in a key chapter of American agricultural history.

Windpower by Christopher Gillis: "Windpower" is an examination of one of the many proposed solutions to energy in today's world.

Classic John Deere Two-Cylinder Tractors by John Dietz: The most popular tractors by the world’s favorite tractor manufacturer, these stalwarts of agriculture and industry get their due in this fascinating, fully detailed, extensively illustrated history.

The Naughty Secretary Club by Jennifer Perkins: 50 fun, secretary-themed jewelry projects, plus lots of quirky sidebars covering hot topics. Turn almost anything into a charm -- cake toppers, doll furniture, and hotel keys.

The Legend of Colton H. Bryant by Alexandra Fuller: Tells the story of the short life of Colton H. Bryant, a Wyoming roughneck who fell to his death from an oil rig in 2006.

War History of Uss Leutze by Walter J. Fillmore: The history of a naval ship which became a fighting ship later in the war; a story about the ship, the men, and the families that supported them.

The Way We Die by Leslie Ivan: Explains the medical processes involved in death and dying along with the many ethical, moral and legal dilemmas that confront doctors and the decisions that may have to be taken by relatives. Also explores the topics of euthanasia, assisted suicide, organ transplants, and more.

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