Tuesday, April 13, 2010


An Unexpected Love by Tracie Peterson: Sophie Broadmoor, known as the wildest member of her wealthy family, falls in love with widower Wesley Hedrick, and while waiting for him to propose, she finds herself in a compromising situation.

Gone to Far by Harlan Coben: Will Klein becomes caught up in a web of murder, heartbreak, and betrayal when he learns, on the day of his mother's funeral, that his older brother Ken, who disappeared eleven years earlier after being implicated in the strangling death of Will's former lover, is still alive.

Living Dead in Dallas by Charlaine Harris: Louisiana cocktail waitress and mind-reader Sookie Stackhouse agrees to help the local vampire community locate a missing member on the condition that no humans are harmed, but things start to go wrong when a delicious blonde arrives on the scene.

False Convictions by Tim Green: Casey Jordan is invited by a renowned philanthropist and financier to take on a case for the Freedom Project--a charity whose mission is to win the freedom of unjustly convicted prisoners using new DNA technology--but when she arrives to take the case, the locals are less than welcoming.

A Dark Matter by Peter Straub: Donald, Jason, Hootie, and Lee, all devoted to campus guru Spencer Mallon while at college in the 1960s, are haunted by their participation in one of Mallon's secret rituals that ended in a gruesome murder, and they are forced to confront questions about the nature of evil when Lee's husband starts trying to figure out what happened that so changed the lives of the four friends.

The Last Surgeon by Michael Palmer: Nick Garrity, a doctor and a vet suffering from PRSO, and Jillian Coates a psychiatric nurse, who wants to find her sister's killer, are pitted against a genius "non-kill" murderer.

Matthew's Story by Tim LaHaye: Levi was a tax collector, but was unhappy. When he heard about Jesus, he went on a quest to learn about him and became one of Jesus' apostles, renamed Matthew.

Myths of the World: The book gathers some 250 of the greatest stories ever told, all organized by region into 18 cultures and prefaced with a scene-setting introduction that examines the meaning of mythology.

Three Dimensional Embroidery by Janet Edmonds: The complete design and construction process is detailed here—from the initial drawing board sketch to the finished bags, boxes, or other artwork—with all the various stitches and steps shown in stunning color photographs.

Big Book of Scroll Saw Woodworking: Collecting the most popular projects and useful scrolling techniques, this all-in-one reference is an essential bookend for all scroll saw libraries. While appropriate for all skill levels, new scrollers will benefit from a comprehensive section devoted to basic skills.

Before Lewis and Clark by Shirley Christian: Before the United States' westward expansion, French settlers dominated a wide swath of territory west of the Mississippi from New Orleans to St. Louis and beyond. The book chronicles several generations of one of the major French families occupying this frontier territory.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Demystified by Cheryl Carmin: Provides guidance for individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorder and their loved ones that covers diagnosis, treatment options, medications, issues for children and adolescents, related disorders, and more; and also details a self-help approach.

Equine Fitness by Jec Aristotle Ballou: A guide to getting a horse in shape and maintaining his overall fitness, regardless of age or discipline. A horse's health is a critical concern for every equestrian.

Ants in their Pants: Teaching children Who must Move to Learn by Aerial Cross: Explains the kinesthetic nature of extra busy children--kids who must move to learn, and offers advice to teachers and parents on how to create environments, schedules, and guidelines that allow these children to thrive in the classroom and at home.

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