Tuesday, November 10, 2009



Evidence by Jonathan Kellerman: Two Bel Air lovers murdered in the most intimate of circumstances propel psychologist Alex Delaware and detective Milo Sturgis on a twisted path towards the depraved evil found among the super rich.

Intervention by Terri Blackstock: Barbara Covington, having staged an intervention as her last attempt to help her drug-addicted eighteen-year-old daughter, finds her life going from bad to worse when the interventionist is found dead and her daughter goes missing.

Blindman's Bluff by Faye Kellerman: Los Angeles homicide detective Peter Decker, investigating the murders of a billionaire developer and his family members, suspects the killings are an inside job, and finds the case becoming personal when his wife becomes involved and her life is put in danger.

The Girl Who Played With Fire by Stieg Larson: Mikael Blomkvist is publishing the story of his career, exposing the extensive sex trafficking operation between Sweden and Eastern Europe, but when two investigative journalists are killed the night before the story runs and Lisbeth Salander is implicated, Mikael vows to clear the girl's name and find the true killer.

Capital Offense by William Bernhardt: Attorney Ben Kincaid is approached with an odd request, defend Dennis Thomas for a murder he has not committed yet, but when Thomas's intended victim is shot down just hours after Thomas sees him, Ben is reluctant to believe his client is innocent, until he uncovers a shocking secret about the victim that changes everything.

Breaking the Rules by Barbara Taylor Bradford: A young woman flees after a terrifying encounter in search of a new life. She adopts the name M and starts a career that will lead her to being a star model. She meets an actor, Larry and they marry and they become the most desired couple on the international scene. But the psychopath vows to shatter M's world and she will do anything to protect her family.

Hot House Orchid by Stuart Woods: CIA agent Holly Barker, placed on vacation after failing a second time to catch terrorist and ex-CIA agent Teddy Fay, returns to Florida, where she once served as police chief, to find that James Bruno, her former commanding officer is now in her old job, and that a serial killer and rapist is at work in the area.


Out of Captivity by Marc Gonsalves: An account of the civilian hostage crisis in which three contractors crashed in the Colombian jungle, were taken prisoner by the FARC, a terrorist organization, and held for over five years before ultimately achieving freedom.

The Blood of Lambs by Kamal Saleem: The true inside story of the making and mind-set of a Muslim terrorist. Though his ties with terrorism were severed more than twenty years ago, it was not until 9/11, when radical Muslims rained terror on American shores, that Kamal Saleem stepped out of the shadows and revealed his true identity.

Sustenance and Hope for Caregiver of Elderly Parents by Gloria G. Barsamian: The book offers a wealth of insights from experienced caregivers, extraordinary personal stories, and most importantly, reassurance and support.

National Geographic's The World and All That's In It: This book offers a sampling of the many and varied subjects addresses over the years, from our planet and the peoples who inhabit it, to the history of the world and our own nation.

A Brother's Journey by Richard B. Pelzer: The author describes his childhood filled with nightly beatings and unspeakable abuse by his mother and how he found the courage to survive.

Rebounding Rules by Rick Pitino: College basketball coach Rick Pitino discusses his return to coaching after experiencing deep personal and professional losses, and how he overcame adversity to become the only coach in history to lead three different schools to the Final Four.

The Big Sky Reader: A collection of writing from Montana's "Big Sky Journal," featuring stories of ranches and rodeos, saloons, rivers, fires, and other aspects of life in the American West.

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