Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Star Wars: Fate of the Jedi Omen by Christie Golden: Luke Skywalker is on a desperate mission to uncover the truth behind Jacen's fall to the dark side and to learn what's turning peaceful Jedi into raving lunatics.
The Scoop by Fern Michaels: The Godmothers, lead by Toots, who has crammed a great deal of living into her varied and rewarding life, set out to save the local newspaper and her daughter's job. Sophie, Mavis and Ida are bonded to Toots since childhood and their ties became stronger with age. You should never underestimate a Southern lady of a certain age.
Any Minute by Joyce Meyer: Sarah Harper, driven to be a success in her career, neglects her husband and children until an automobile accident brings her face-to-face with her Heavenly Father who has a few lessons to impart.
Swimsuit by James Patterson: The disappearance of supermodel Kim McDaniels during a photo shoot in Hawaii sends her parents and "Los Angeles Times" reporter Ben Hawkins to Maui where Hawkins, a former policeman, is so appalled with the ineptitude of the local police force that he decides he must mount his own investigation if McDaniels is to have any chance at survival.
Take Two by Karen Kingsbury: Chase and Keith were successful with their first movie telling a message that could touch hearts around the world. Now they have the opportunity to acquire the rights to a hot inspirational novel. But pressures from actors and brokers and family problems make them wonder if success is worth the price.
The Ha-Ha by Dave King: Howard Kapostash has maintained a restricted lifestyle since an accident left him with limited communication; however, when old friend Sylvia asks him to care for her nine-year-old son while she went through drug rehab, Howard must risk changes in his routine that could lead to more heartache.
The Pagan Stone by Nora Roberts: Presents the conclusion to the adventures of three men and three women who join together and battle evil while falling in love, focusing on Gage and Cybil's romance.
Match Made in Heaven by Bob Mitchell: As he prepares for open heart surgery, fifty-year-old Elliott Goodman encounters God and accepts his challenge to a round of golf with eighteen legendary opponents, such as Babe Ruth, Moses, and John Lennon, who help him examine his life.
The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily Ponder by Rebecca Wells: Calla’s mother teaches her the art of healing compassion in the womanly art of "fixing hair". When she falls in love and has her heart broken, she moves to New Orleans and discovers her destiny.
Royal Flush by Rhys Bowen: Lady Georgiana hires herself out as an escort to dinner and theatre events, but soon finds out that the men think something different. Her Majesty ships her home to Castle Rannoch where she is to keep a divorced American houseguest from seducing the Prince of Wales.
Greedy Bones by Carolyn Haines: Sarah abides by tradition only when it suits her, is an actress and a P. I. in Hollywood. When a vicious illness plunges victims into a coma and the boll weevils decimate the crops, she drops everything to stop the outbreak and save the only place she's ever called home.
The Legend of Box Butte Canyon by Scott Roker: The legend of Box Butte Canyon had been told about a Native American Tribe unable to get to their Spirit world. When Doug and Allen are fishing with their friend Steve, they are thrust back into the yester years of the 1800's where the go on a mystic journey of helping to right a wrong and learn the ancient lost art of humanity.
By Heresies Distressed by David Weber: The Kingdom of Charis and the Kingdom of Chisholm have joined together through the marriage of Sharleyan of Chisholm and King Cayleb of Charis, to become dedicated to the defense of human freedom.
Burn by Linda Howard: Jenner Redwine wins a lottery jackpot that costs her plenty -- her father rips her off and disappears, her boyfriend becomes ex-, and her friends give her the cold shoulder when she doesn't share. Seven years later, she finds an ally in Sydney who becomes her confidante and surrogate sister.
The Castaways by Elin Hilderbrand: The true feelings and secret relationships of four prominent Nantucket couples, who call themselves the Castaways, come to light after two of them drown when their boat mysteriously capsizes.