Monthly Archives: February 2016

More Than We Bargained For – Jacqueline Winslow

More Than We Bargained For is a moving story that brings two opposite people together as romance ignites even as their differences bring confrontations at every turn. Faith, hope, and love are intertwined. Samantha Peabody, a chef and entrepreneur, has found her life lacking one very important thing- a MAN. With the added pressure of family wanting her married ASAP, she prays a desperate, if not audacious prayer and then concocts a bargain that will change her life forever. Benjamin Weatherly, a lawyer, has become ...

The Monster of Silver Creek – Belinda G. Buchanan

This small town in Prairie County, Montana has been rocked to its very core with the brutal murders of four women. A serial killer, whose calling card is as unusual as it is twisted, is on the loose – and Police Chief Nathan Sommers is bent on stopping him at all costs. While tracking the murderer, Nathan must battle his own demons as he tries in vain to cope with the death of his wife. He feels her dying was a direct result of his ...

Alzheimer’s Daughter – Jean Lee

What would you do if both parents were diagnosed with Alzheimer’s? At the time of their diagnosis, Ed Church struggles to his feet, yelling, “How dare you use the A. word with me,” while Ibby wags her finger at the doctor scolding, “Shame on you.” They protect each other, Ibby by asserting, “We’re not leaving our home,” and Ed reassuring, “We’re just fine.” About his driving Ed defends, “I’m an excellent driver, I’ve never had an accident.” When their daughter, Rosie, finds dings in Ed’s ...

Dead and Buryd – Chele Cooke

“You are an inmate, not a medic. You should get used to that.” On the planet Os-Veruh, the native Veniche have endured a decade under the oppressive rule of a race of invaders, the Adveni. When Georgianna Lennox, a Veniche medic, discovers her childhood friend has been sold into slavery, she seeks help from a revolutionary outlaw group. As Georgianna’s struggle to save one life ignites a battle to liberate her homeworld, is she about to discover that it is better to be dead than ...

Yes, My Accent Is Real – Kunal Nayyar

… a collection of humorous, autobiographical essays from Kunal Nayyar, best known as Raj on CBS’s #1 hit comedy The Big Bang Theory. Of all the charming misfits on television, there’s no doubt Raj from The Big Bang Theory—the sincere yet incurably geeky Indian-American astrophysicist—ranks among the misfittingest. Now, we meet the actor who is every bit as loveable as the character he plays on TV. In this revealing collection of essays written in his irreverent, hilarious, and self-deprecating voice, Kunal Nayyar traces his journey from ...

Leaving Montana – Thomas Whaley

Benjamin Sean Quinn’s life seemed perfect. He was physically fit, had a great job, a loving, monogamous relationship, two happy, healthy daughters and an established circle of friends. But anger relentlessly smoldered inside Benjamin. Growing up with dysfunctional parents and their tumultuous marriage left Ben emotionally scarred. For decades, Ben had tried unsuccessfully to conquer his demons, to banish the anger he felt towards his parents. Ben strove to end the toxic cycle and avoid adopting the pattern of his parents. By the time he ...

The Fargenstropple Case – Lia London

What Monty Python’s Flying Circus might have done with Dame Agatha Christie’s lost manuscript… Invisible burglars who take nothing, but frighten the cat at meal times? This is hardly a case worthy of newly-promoted Chief Inspector Morgan. But when valuable jewels go missing and an attempt is made on Blandthorpe Fargenstropple’s life, Morgan jumps into action with keen interest. Of course, it helps that Blandthorpe’s niece looks nothing like a gargoyle. With a quirky cast of characters, witty banter, a little romance, more than a ...

Swaying – Lucinda Blanchard

Charlotte has one desire in life – she wants a daughter. But you can’t choose what you have… can you? Desire soon turns to obsession as Charlotte embarks on a difficult and controversial journey to sway the odds to have a girl. How far is she prepared to go, and at what cost?

Night Corridor – Joan Hall Hovey

After nine years in Bayshore mental institution, once called The Lunatic Asylum, Caroline is being released. There will be no one to meet her. Her parents who brought her here are dead. They have found her a room in a rooming house, a job washing dishes in a restaurant. She will do fine, they said. But no one told her that women in St. Simeon are already dying at the hands of a vicious predator. One, an actress who lived previously in her building. And ...

NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity – Steve Silberman

A New York Times bestseller Winner of the 2015 Samuel Johnson Prize for non-fiction A groundbreaking book that upends conventional thinking about autism and suggests a broader model for acceptance, understanding, and full participation in society for people who think differently. What is autism? A lifelong disability, or a naturally occurring form of cognitive difference akin to certain forms of genius? In truth, it is all of these things and more—and the future of our society depends on our understanding it. WIRED reporter Steve Silberman ...

How To Analyse People: Mastering Analysing and Reading People – Martin Lewis

This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to recognize and understand non-verbal language and use them to your advantage. It will show you how a better understanding of the unconscious language can give you the leverage that you need in daily life situations. With this book, you can make accurate analysis of what drives other people when they do the things they do, simply by reading what their unconscious gestures are trying to say. By learning what non-verbal gestures mean, you would be ...

The Pet Palace – Debbie White

What would you do if you inherited a large sum of money? Open a pet rescue center of course! Vanessa has a soft spot for all things furry. But when the handsome realtor, Jason steps in to help her find the perfect place to run her center, things get a bit blurry. Will Vanessa stay focused long enough to realize her dream? An inspirational romantic comedy showing friends as they embark on a business adventure. Full of twists and turns, this sweet novella, will have ...

Smart Money: Personal Finance for Young People and Beginners – John Endris

In the financial markets, the “smart money” is sophisticated and savvy, and the “dumb money” is unknowing and exploitable. So why do high schools and colleges require students to take courses in English, math, science and history, yet have absolutely no requirements for students to learn about personal money management? Unfortunately, books on the subject tend to be overly complicated, and lengthy. This book includes just the most important financial principles needed to quickly enhance any individual’s money management acumen. Unlike many of the personal ...