Monthly Archives: March 2018

Any Dream Will Do – Debbie Macomber

#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Debbie Macomber returns with a powerful standalone novel about a woman forced to start her life anew, embarking on the most courageous journey of all—to a place where she learns what love and trust really mean. Shay Benson adored her younger brother, Caden, and that got her into trouble. When he owed money, Shay realized she would do anything to help him avoid the men who were threatening him, and she crossed lines she never should have crossed. Now, determined to ...

Mail Order Mayhem – Cynthia Woolf

Drew Talbot made the long journey back East to bring eligible brides to Seattle, not to find one for himself. But despite his best intentions, he is captivated by the shy and somewhat clumsy Lucy Davison. He didn’t mean to fall in love, and he certainly had no intention of allowing a dangerous killer to tear her from his arms. But when Lucy is the only witness to a brutal murder, the killer knows that eliminating Drew’s bride is his one chance at freedom. Lucy ...

Viral Spark – Martin McConnell

The world has become a place of comfort, where a shopping trip means heading to the first floor to collect new food tubes for the printer. Menial tasks, like cleaning up or cooking, are relegated to robots, and Robert’s job while finishing school is to maintain them. With only three classes remaining, he’s hoping for something better. Then everything starts to glitch: the robots, the building, and even the people. What starts as glitchy videos, misbehaving touch-screens, and random fighting, grows into a race against ...

The Spinning Magnet: The Electromagnetic Force That Created the Modern World – and Could Destroy It – Alanna Mitchell

The mystery of Earth’s invisible, life-supporting power. Alanna Mitchell’s globe-trotting history of the science of electromagnetism and the Earth’s magnetic field–right up to the latest indications that the North and South Poles may soon reverse, with apocalyptic results–will soon change the way you think about our planet. Award-winning journalist Alanna Mitchell’s science storytelling introduce intriguing characters–from the thirteenth-century French investigations into magnetism and the Victorian-era discover that electricity and magnetism emerge from the same fundamental force to the latest research. No one has ever told ...

Avenging Eden (Eden Series: Book 5) – Lexi Post

Sometimes the price of revenge is too high. When Mya discovers a badly wounded Edenist in the jungle, she hopes by saving him, he will help her enter the city of Naralina. She takes him to the safety of her home, only to find another Edenist is already there…and he’s looking for her. Keeva’s mind is more than intrigued about the invisible woman who came to his rescue since there’s no such thing as a female Edenist…not that his body cares. When he learns of ...

The Sapphire Legend, Part I – E. L. Tenenbaum

Sapere has always been different. In her tribe, select families are blessed with a gift that is passed through the generations from father to son. But something went wrong when Sapere was born, because she has her family’s gift and she shouldn’t. When Sapere’s village is attacked the night of her wedding, the survivors flee to the Wild in hopes of finding refuge in a dangerous place stalked by deadly predators. There they struggle to protect what little remains of their tribe and their traditions, ...

I’ll Be Gone in the Dark – Michelle McNamara

Introduction by Gillian Flynn Afterword by Patton Oswalt “I’ll Be Gone in the Dark will undoubtedly be stocked in the True Crime section, which is fine, but in so many ways it’s a brilliant genre-buster. It’s propulsive, can’t-stop-now reading, which makes it all too easy to ignore the clean and focused writing. What readers need to know—what makes this book so special—is that it deals with two obsessions, one light and one dark. The Golden State Killer is the dark half; Michelle McNamara’s is the light ...

Witches – Kathryn Meyer Griffith

There are witches in the world…some are good and some of them are downright evil. Amanda Givens is careful how she uses her benevolent powers. She doesn’t want the people of Canaan, Connecticut to know they have a witch among them… even a good white witch. For years, she’s lived quietly in a remote cabin with Amadeus, her quirky feline familiar. At first with her husband, Jake, the love of her life, until a car accident; but now alone after his death. But when she’s ...