XOLO

XOLO

Stephen King’s Cujo terrorized the world in a whole new way, and for the first time we learned to fear dogs in a horror novel, but after it was over, we felt safe again. That we could trust man’s best friend once more. Until now. In Peter Hurd’s XOLO we learn once again to fear

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Requiem for Betrayal

Requiem for Betrayal

Could adolescent high school jealousy in South Bend, Indiana, be the catalyst for a vicious murder in Paris, France? After learning of the murder of a fellow operative, Boomer, recording artist and CIA contractor Brad James continues Boomer’s investigation into a possible terrorist plot. Antoine d’Arvor, a wealthy media mogul, was one of the people

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76 Hours: A Novel of Tarawa

76 Hours: A Novel of Tarawa

Acclaimed author Larry Alexander brings readers a riveting account in 76 Hours: A Novel of Tarawa. Told from the American and Japanese perspectives, characters from both sides reveal what takes place behind the lines. The Japanese Emperor convinces his troops the Americans are weak and incapable of winning. He insists they’ll be defeated; the legacy and

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Brighter Dawn (Amish Memories)

Brighter Dawn (Amish Memories)

After her parents’ die in a car crash, Ivy Zimmerman travels across the country to stay with her father’s distant family before an international Mennonite meeting in Germany. On the way, she hears about a trip one of her relatives took to Germany almost a hundred years before: in 1937, as the Third Reich came

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The House of Eve

Readers who love complicated stories about parallel lives will be absorbed by these stories of two women who ultimately share the same destiny. I loved this book because it took me into feeling like I knew these women intimately. They are sexual beings during a time when female sexuality was taboo. Because of these societal

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The Earl and the Pharaoh

Just a small hole, punched in the rock, enabled archeologist and eminent Egyptologist Howard Carter to glimpse the treasures soon to be revealed. And treasures they were indeed, preserved in the tomb of the young king Tutankhamen. Buried for 3,000 years, they glittered still. With a breathless audience, Carter reached in, shone a torch and

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Emilienne: A Novel of Belle Époque Paris

With her new book, Pamela Billings Ewen brings us back to a time in France before World War I, when the lovers of wealthy and influential men went out with them in public, setting trends and making waves throughout Paris. One of these women was Émilienne d’Alençon, a dancer turned courtesan in the early twentieth

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