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Good Energy: The Surprising Connection Between Metabolism and Limitless Health – Casey Means MD

A bold new vision for optimizing our health now and in the future. What if depression, anxiety, infertility, insomnia, heart disease, erectile dysfunction, type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s, dementia, cancer and many other health conditions that torture and shorten our lives actually have the same root cause? Our ability to prevent and reverse these conditions – and feel incredible today –  is under our control and simpler than we think. The key is our metabolic function – the most important and least understood factor in our overall ...


 

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A Death in Cornwall – Daniel Silva

#1 New York Times bestselling author Daniel Silva delivers another stunning thriller in his action-packed tale of high stakes international intrigue. A brutal murder, a missing masterpiece, a mystery only Gabriel Allon can solve . . . Art restorer and legendary spy Gabriel Allon has slipped quietly into London to attend a reception at the Courtauld Gallery celebrating the return of a stolen self-portrait by Vincent van Gogh. But when an old friend from the Devon and Cornwall Police seeks his help with a baffling murder investigation, ...

The War on Warriors – Pete Hegseth

Real men fought for our freedoms. It’s time we fought for theirs. Pete Hegseth joined the Army to fight extremists. Then that same Army called him one. The military Pete joined twenty years ago was fiercely focused on lethality, competency, and color blindness. Today our brass are following the rest of our country off the cliff of cultural chaos and weakness. Americans with common sense are fighting this on many fronts, but if we can’t save the meritocracy of our military, we’re definitely going to ...

Belira – Freya Pickard

They’ve been driven underground by a fire-breathing monster, but who is behind them now? I could almost feel like I was there with them because the descriptions were very vivid. Elizabeth B. Lored and Otta must set aside their differences in order to survive a long, dark journey in the bowels of the earth. With invisible pursuers behind them, the two companions must stay ahead of those who wish them harm as they seek to find a way through the maze of tunnels in a ...

On Call: A Doctor’s Journey in Public Service – Anthony Fauci M.D.

The memoir by the doctor who became a beacon of hope for millions through the COVID pandemic, and whose six-decade career in high-level public service put him in the room with seven presidents. “An eventful autobiography [and] a classic American story…Gripping.”—The Washington Post. “One of the most consequential and most prominent [careers] in American medicine in the past fifty years.”—Jerome Groopman, The New Yorker. Anthony Fauci is arguably the most famous – and most revered – doctor in the world today. His role guiding America sanely ...

A Happier Life – Kristy Woodson Harvey

“New York Times bestselling author and southern sensation Kristy Woodson Harvey” (Good Morning America) presents a touching novel about eternal love and the places we call home. The historic houses in the seaside town of Beaufort, North Carolina, have held the secrets of their inhabitants for centuries. One of the most enduring refuses to be washed away by the tide: What happened to Rebecca and Townsend Saint James on that fateful night of their disappearance in 1976? Now, the granddaughter they never knew, Keaton Smith, is desperate ...


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Tribes – Mia Frances

Alex, her sisters, Cat and Tori, and her 7 nieces and nephews are headed up to her camp in the Adirondack Mountains for the Columbus Day weekend when the unthinkable happens. A voice on the radio warns of an imminent attack, telling them to seek immediate shelter. Greeted by guns and bullets when they try to find refuge at nearby homes, they ford the upper Hudson River, hiding in a cave to wait out the worst of the fallout. After two weeks in their dark, ...

The Singularity Is Nearer: When We Merge with AI – Ray Kurzweil

The noted inventor and futurist’s successor to his landmark book The Singularity Is Near explores how technology will transform the human race in the decades to come. Since it was first published in 2005, Ray Kurzweil’s The Singularity Is Near and its vision of an exponential future have spawned a worldwide movement. Kurzweil’s predictions about technological advancements have largely come true, with concepts like AI, intelligent machines, and biotechnology now widely familiar to the public. In this entirely new book Ray Kurzweil brings a fresh perspective to advances ...

All the Colors of the Dark – Chris Whitaker

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • READ WITH JENNA BOOK CLUB PICK AS FEATURED ON TODAY • From the author of We Begin at the End comes a soaring thriller and an epic love story that “hits like a sledgehammer . . . an absolutely must-read novel” (Gillian Flynn, author of Gone Girl). “Kept me frantically turning the pages and somehow made me cry at the end . . . Brava!”—Kristin Hannah, author of The Women.   “Melds tense suspense with a powerful exploration of devotion, obsession, and love.”—People (Best New Books). 1975 is a time of change in ...

Never for Glory – Lloyd Lofthouse

He’d give his life for his country. But this time, it’s personal. Josh Kavanagh burns for vengeance. Parachuting with no backup into a lawless area of southern Venezuela, the Special Ops legend is intent on hunting down the rogue agent who put his wife in a coma. But as soon as he gets feet on the ground, the loyal protector discovers he’s dropped into a trap… and a sex trafficking operation run by the Russian mob. Fighting his way out and desperate to rescue the ...

Winter Lost – Patricia Briggs

Mercy Thompson, car mechanic and shapeshifter, must stop a disaster of world-shattering proportions in this exhilarating entry in the #1 New York Times bestselling series. In the supernatural realms, there are creatures who belong to winter. I am not one of them. But like the coyote I can become at will, I am adaptable. My name is Mercy Thompson Hauptman, and my mate, Adam, is the werewolf who leads the Columbia Basin Pack, the pack charged with keeping the people who live and work in the Tri-Cities ...

The Friday Afternoon Club – Griffin Dunne

“Warm and perceptive.” —New York Times. “Griffin Dunne knows how to tell a story.” —Washington Post. “Dunne is a prospector for the incandescent detail.”  —Los Angeles Times. “What a remarkable and moving story filled with twists and turns, the most famous of faces, and a complex family revealed with loving candor. I was blown away by Griffin Dunne’s life and his ability to capture so much of it in these beautifully written pages.” —Anderson Cooper. Griffin Dunne’s memoir of growing up among larger-than-life characters in Hollywood and Manhattan finds ...

When the Clock Broke – John Ganz

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER | National Indie Bestseller. “Terrific . . . Vibrant . . . When the Clock Broke is one of those rarest of books: unflaggingly entertaining while never losing sight of its moral core.” ―Jennifer Szalai, The New York Times. “When the Clock Broke is leagues more insightful on the subject of Trump’s ascent than most writing that purports to address the issue directly.” ―Becca Rothfeld, The Washington Post. “Lively and kaleidoscopic.” ―Andrew Marantz, The New Yorker. “John Ganz is the most important young political writer of his ...

Who Knows You Best – M. Ocampo McIvor

Kayla is hit with a baseball and her eyes change color. But something else changes as well—she begins to see apparitions and dreams of events before they happen. Decades-long friendships, mysticism, and the deepest of mysteries. How well do you know those closest to you? How well do they know you? Truth is, we are a mystery unto ourselves. And for Kayla, the mystery starts with who she is and where she belongs.

The Midnight Feast – Lucy Foley

“Irresistible…Blair Witch meets Fyre Festival.” – People. “Sharp, stylish and stunning…Foley’s best yet.” — Chris Whitaker, New York Times bestselling author of All the Colors of the Dark.  Secrets. Lies. Murder. Let the festivities begin… It’s the opening night of The Manor, the newest and hottest luxury resort, and no expense, small or large, has been spared. The infinity pool sparkles; the “Manor Mule” cocktail (grapefruit, ginger, vodka, and a dash of CBD oil) is being poured with a heavy hand. Everyone is wearing linen. But under the burning midsummer sun, darkness ...

Middle of the Night – Riley Sager

In the latest jaw-dropping thriller from New York Times bestselling author Riley Sager, a man must contend with the long-ago disappearance of his childhood best friend—and the dark secrets lurking just beyond the safe confines of his picture-perfect neighborhood. The worst thing to ever happen on Hemlock Circle occurred in Ethan Marsh’s backyard. One July night, ten-year-old Ethan and his best friend and neighbor, Billy, fell asleep in a tent set up on a manicured lawn in a quiet, quaint New Jersey cul-de-sac. In the morning, Ethan woke up alone. During ...

Rings on Her Fingers (Psychic Seasons Book 1) – ReGina Welling

Julie Hayward didn’t believe in the supernatural. Newly engaged with a photography career just starting to take off, her life is almost comfortable. The only thing she lacks is enough money to repair the family home. But, when her best friend, Gustavia, drags her to a visit with a psychic thinking it will be a fun engagement gift, things get really crazy. A ghostly encounter provides a cryptic clue to the location of the lost family fortune and a warning that her fiance is not ...

The Forever War: America’s Unending Conflict With Itself – Nick Bryant

From the author of When America Stopped Being Great, an insightful and urgent reassessment of America’s past, present and future – as a country which is forever at war with itself. The Forever War tells the story of how America’s extreme polarisation is 250 years in the making, and argues that the roots of its modern-day malaise are to be found in its troubled and unresolvedpast. As we approach the 250th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, the American experiment is failing. Division, mistrust and misinformation are ...

Red Sky Mourning – Jack Carr

With the walls closing in, Navy SEAL sniper James Reece is on a race to dismantle a conspiracy that has forced America to her knees in the latest high-octane page-turner that seems ripped from the headlines from the “hottest author on the thriller scene today” (The Real Book Spy), #1 New York Times bestseller Jack Carr. You think you know James Reece. Think again. A storm is on the horizon. America’s days are numbered. A Chinese submarine has gone rogue and is navigating towards the continental United ...

The Shadows Between Us – Tricia Levenseller

Tricia Levenseller, author of Daughter of the Pirate King, is back with an epic YA tale of ambition and love in The Shadows Between Us… “They’ve never found the body of the first and only boy who broke my heart. And they never will.” Alessandra is tired of being overlooked, but she has a plan to gain power: 1) Woo the Shadow King. 2) Marry him. 3) Kill him and take his kingdom for herself. No one knows the extent of the freshly crowned Shadow King’s power. ...

 

 

 

 

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