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  • Hometown Cowboy

    By Sara Richardson
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    Sara Richardson
    Lance has always put his family first. After his brothers left town, he took over running their bull ranch in Topaz Falls, Colorado. Following in their father's footsteps, Lance became a legendary bull rider. But the sport has taken a toll on him. Lance knows his career is coming to an end -- and he wants to go out on top. With the world finals weeks away, he's devoting all his time and energy to training. So when his ailing father requires more help than Lance can give him, he's forced to strike a deal with the local--not to mention sexy--veterinarian.Jessa Mae Love agrees to helps look after his father for a couple weeks and he'll provide her with the money she needs to save her animal rescue. It's the perfect solution to her woes but when sparks start to fly, Jessa finds it hard to keep her feelings for Lance strictly professional - especially when she moves to the ranch. As their feelings grow deeper, Jessa knows she wants more than just a business arrangement - but she's terrified of his lifestyle and the thought of losing him. Now Jessa must decide if being with Lance is worth the risk of losing it all in one heartbreaking instant...
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    Hack in a Flak Jacket

    By Peter Stefanovic
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    Peter Stefanovic
    'Flak jackets are dreadful things. Sure, they have a purpose, and if one ever stopped a bullet or piece of shrapnel from spearing into my vital organs, I would kiss it, hang it up, and frame it. But that hasn't happened, yet.'For almost ten years Peter Stefanovic was Channel Nine's foreign correspondent in Europe, the US, Africa and the Middle East. During that time he witnessed more than his fair share of death and destruction, and carried the burden of those images - all while putting his own personal safety very much in the firing line.From flak jackets to tuxedos. From the funerals of world leaders and icons, to war zones and natural disasters. This is a thrilling account of a life lived on camera, delivering the news wherever it happens, whatever the risk.
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    Helping Your Anxious Teen

    By Sheila Achar Josephs
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    Sheila Achar Josephs
    The teen years are a time of remarkable change, and teens who struggle with stress and anxiety can have an especially difficult time. Furthermore, as a parent, you may be so worried and frustrated yourself that your efforts to help your teen cope with anxiety may end up backfiring and make the situation even worse. Wouldn't it help if there was a guide on what to do, and what not to do, to help your anxious teen?This powerful book, based on cutting-edge research and cognitive behavioral strategies, will help you develop the know-how to effectively manage teen anxiety. You'll learn the best ways to support your teen in overcoming problematic thinking and fears, discover how your reactions can unwittingly fuel your teen's worries, and explore how life changes influence your teen's anxiety, as well as how to manage anxiety-related physical and psychological distress.Understanding your teen's anxiety, how it impacts you and the rest of the family, and how your own responses can influence it are key to learning how to help your teen manage anxious thoughts and feelings and succeed in life. With Helping Your Anxious Teen, you'll have a wealth of research-backed strategies to lead you in being an effective anxiety coach for your teen.
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    How to Raise a Feminist

    By Allison Vale, Victoria Ralfs
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    Allison Vale, Victoria Ralfs
    'We are all equally fascinating, equally valuable, equally capable of altruism, equally able to change the world for the better. That's feminism, isn't it? And it's what every parent wants for their kids . . . every parent that's not a d*ck, that is.'Growing up in the '70s, neither Allison Vale nor Victoria Ralfs reckoned they needed feminism. But years of settling for the smallest chops at the dinner table, getting battered in British Bulldog, and negotiating the flasher down the lane, left them feeling uneasy: had feminism been the missing link?In How to Raise a Feminist, they join forces as mothers, educators, story-tellers and women, to tell the riotous story of how they came to put feminism at the core of their parenting.Real feminism is:· NOT angry or man-hating· common sense· the way to raise happily flawed, robust sons and daughtersReal parenting is:. mostly without a script. often a bit terrifying. entirely amazingHow to Raise a Feminist is the ideal read for anyone, anywhere, unnerved by the pressure to be perfect; a 'good enough' guide to raising your children into gloriously gutsy, empathetic, likeable young people, irrespective of their gender.
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  • Hard Rhythm

    By Cecilia Tan
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    Cecilia Tan
    Maddie Rofel loves working at Hollywood's best-kept secret, The Governor's Club. But things gets complicated when one wild night at the club she meets Chino Garcia - the drummer of one of the hottest rock bands in the world. What starts out as a one-night stand turns quickly into more when Chino convinces Madison to come on a motorcycle trip with him. Their passions grows deeper and deeper, but Chino's hiding something from Maddie. She sees something dark is troubling him, and he's holding back, reluctant to let her in. In order for Chino to give Maddie everything she deserves, he'll have to find a way to let go of the demons in his past and embrace a future with a woman who sets his heart beating a pounding rhythm...
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  • The History of Blood

    By Paul Mendelson
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    Paul Mendelson
    When the South African Police Service receive a panicked call for help from the wayward daughter of a former Apartheid-era politician, they discover only her body but, within it, a message which will take Colonel Vaughn de Vries and Don February of the Special Crimes Unit on a journey through their country - and their country's past - to decipher and resolve. As organised crime grips South Africa, new players arrive in Cape Town, determined to exploit the poor and hopeless, promising redemption. While other government agencies snap impotently at the small fish, De Vries, linked by a personal connection, resolves to follow this trail to its source and take it down from the top. As decades old webs of corruption and influence are exposed, and the boundaries of morality blur, his decisions begin to impact on his friends, colleagues and family.
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    Hammerhead Six

    By Ronald Fry, Tad Tuleja
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    Ronald Fry, Tad Tuleja
    Two years before the action in Lone Survivor, a Green Berets A Team conducted a very different, successful mission in Afghanistan's notorious Pech Valley. Led by Captain Ronald Fry, the Hammerhead Six mission applied the principles of unconventional warfare to "win hearts and minds" and fight against the terrorist insurgency. In 2003, the Special Forces soldiers entered an area later called "the most dangerous place in Afghanistan." Here, where the line between civilians and armed zealots was indistinct, they illustrated the Afghan proverb: "I destroy my enemy by making him my friend." Fry recounts how they were seen as welcome guests rather than invaders. Soon after their deployment ended, the Pech Valley reverted to turmoil. Their success was never replicated. Hammerhead Six finally reveals how cultural respect, hard work (and the occasional machine-gun burst) were more than a match for the Taliban and Al Qaeda.
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    A Hope More Powerful than the Sea

    By Melissa Fleming
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    Melissa Fleming
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    Horimiya, Vol. 6

    By Daisuke Hagiwara
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    Daisuke Hagiwara
    Connect, come together, and the world will change for the better one day at a time.Seeing Miyamura and Hori together every day feels natural. They play around, long for each other, and even get into fights on occasion. What will happen as their bitter, sweet, and acidic school life continues?
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    The Hating Game

    By Sally Thorne
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    Sally Thorne
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    The House of Secrets

    By Sarra Manning
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    Sarra Manning
    'Extremely atmospheric and unputdownable. I loved it' Marian KeyesEvery home has a story to tell . . .An ordinary house on an ordinary street, built in 1936 and never lived in. Its rooms might be empty, but this house is full of secrets.When Zoe and Win, raw and reeling from a recent tragedy, move into their new home it's meant to be a fresh start and a way to mend the holes in their relationship.But pushed to the back of a cupboard is a suitcase that's been gathering dust for eighty years. Inside is a wedding dress, letters and a diary all belonging to a woman called Libby. And there's something else in the suitcase, something that echoes Zoe's own pain.Zoe follows Libby's trail from Paris to Spain on the brink of Civil War to secret trysts in London, and as Libby finds the courage to live and love again, Zoe begins to let go of her own grief.But when Libby's story takes a darker turn, Zoe becomes increasingly obsessed with discovering what really happened all those years ago. Because if Libby managed to get her happy ever after then maybe Zoe and Win can too . . .
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    Hostage

    By Jamie Doward
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    Jamie Doward
    Making a killing in the market...A bomb takes out a CIA station chief in Geneva. A serial killer strikes apparently at random across the UK. In Algeria a terrorist network that controls the illicit trade in guns, drugs, oil and cigarettes is preparing to murder a hundred US and British energy workers unless a ransom is paid. The British and the American intelligence services are competing to find the kidnappers for very different reasons. One person can see how everything is linked, and that both MI5 and the CIA are being manipulated as part of a grotesque marketing campaign. But Kate Pendragon threatens vested interests who don't want the truth to surface. And some of them are very close to home...
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    Heroines of the New Testament Coloring Book

    By Betsy Karounos
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    Betsy Karounos
    Now coloring enthusiasts will enjoy an uplifting way to unplug, de-stress, and engage their creative passions with Betsy Karounos' coloring book featuring wonderful women from the New Testament. Based on their biblical stories, each unique section features symbolic, intricately detailed pictures to color and reflect upon. Scenes depicting the miraculous journeys of Mary, the Samaritan woman at the well, Mary Magdalene, and many other women whose lives were transformed when they encountered Jesus will inspire all. These artistic illustrations for grown-ups and talented teens enable hours of peaceful contemplation and coloring enjoyment with narrative scenes, geometric patterns, portraits, botanical designs, artist tips, and more!
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    He's My Only Vampire, Vol. 9

    By Aya Shouoto
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    Aya Shouoto
    "To think that sharing her with you would let me experience such unthinkable highs...!"At long last, Aki has regained his memory. However, he and Kana are faced with a painful truth--all along, Kana has actually been Eriya's thrall! Amid the chaos, the final Stigma appears, and the bloodred ties that bind the players in the game tighten to a stranglehold!
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    The Honor Student at Magic High School, Vol. 5

    By Tsutomu Sato, Yu Mori
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    Tsutomu Sato, Yu Mori
    Miyuki heads to the Nine School Battle, but there's trouble waiting for her--trouble in the form of Third High School's Airi Isshiki. The competition is fierce enough already--what does Airi want besides victory? Family politics and magical intrigue abound as the Nine School Battle arc begins!
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    Helen McGinn's Teetotal Tipples, for January and Beyond

    By Helen McGinn
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    Helen McGinn
    Ever decided to go booze-free only to find the alternatives a little, well . . . boring? If you're embarking on a dry spell, this book is just the tonic (so to speak).Drinks expert Helen McGinn shows you how to make the most of your time off the sauce with plenty of recipes for simple homemade mocktails, infusions and cordials, along with a guide to non-alcoholic wines, beers and spirits worth adding to your drinks cupboard. Think of this book as a friend, with a (dry) sense of humour, to keep you company in style through your booze-free spell.
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    How Will I Know You?

    By Jessica Treadway
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    Jessica Treadway
    Someone knows what really happened . . .On a cold December day, teenager Joy Enright is found drowned at the edge of a frozen pond. When an autopsy reveals she was strangled first, suspicion is thrown onto Martin,the young graduate who was last to see her alive. Someone who is prepared to keep their secret at any cost.In a small community, secrets are hard to keep and as the web of lies around Joy's life and death unravels, the truth will either bring one family closer together, or tear them further apart. Suspenseful, engaging and shocking, How Will I Know You? will make you question everything you thought you knew about the ones you love.'Jessica Treadway draws her characters into an impossible knot and then expertly teases it apart. The question of what really happened to Joy kept me up half the night.' Orange Prize winner, Ann Patchett
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  • Hit the Spot

    By J. Daniels
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    J. Daniels
    Is this love or just a game?Tori Rivera thinks Jamie McCade is rude, arrogant, and worst of all . . . the sexiest man she's ever laid eyes on. His reputation as a player is almost as legendary as his surfing skills. No matter how her body heats up when he's around, she's determined not to be another meaningless hookup. Jamie McCade always gets what he wants. The sickest wave. The hottest women. And Tori, with her long legs and smart mouth, is definitely the hottest one. He knows Tori wants him - hell, most women do - but she won't admit it. After months of chasing and one unforgettable kiss, it's time for Jamie to raise the stakes.Jamie promises that soon Tori won't just want him in her bed, she'll be begging for it - and he might be right. Somehow he's found the spot in her heart that makes her open up like never before. But with all she knows about his past, can she really trust what's happening between them? Is Jamie playing for keeps or just playing to win?Praise for Four Letter Word:'Unique, emotional and addictive' Katy Evans, New York Times bestselling author'Love! That's the four letter word to describe how I felt about this unique, sexy story. J. Daniels' hottest book to date' Penelope Ward, New York Times bestselling author'The perfect mix of funny, hot and heartwarming. I enjoyed it immensely!' Mia Sheridan, New York Times bestselling author
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    Her Majesty the Queen, as Seen by MAC

    By Mark Bryant, Stanley McMurtry
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    Mark Bryant
    Illustrated by:
    Stanley McMurtry
    Since the early 1970s, Stan McMurtry - better known as MAC - has been the editorial cartoonist of the Daily Mail. Now, forty-five years after his first cartoon for the newspaper, and in the year of Her Majesty the Queen's 90th birthday, MAC has compiled this wonderful selection of more than 120 of his very best Daily Mail cartoons featuring Her Majesty, from the 1970s until the present day. MAC's unerring ability to hit the target and capture the essence of human foibles has made him Britain's leading editorial cartoonist.
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    Hamilton Hume

    By Robert Macklin
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    Robert Macklin
    'You almost feel you are taking that trek with the party as Robert Macklin cites the obstacles - torrential river crossings, dense bush, the Snowy Mountains and more. Macklin covers Hume's public and private life, emphasising his affinity with the country and rapport with the Indigenous people, as well as providing a portrait of the evolving colony.' SYDNEY MORNING HERALDWhile English-born soldiers, sailors and surveyors have claimed pride of place among the explorers of the young New South Wales colony, the real pathfinder was a genuine native-born Australian. Hamilton Hume, a man with a profound understanding of the Aboriginal people and an almost mystical relationship with the Australian bush, led settlers from the cramped surrounds of Sydney Town to the vast fertile country that would provide the wealth to found and sustain a new nation.Robert Macklin, author of the critically acclaimed DARK PARADISE, tells the heroic tale of this young Australian man who outdid his English 'betters' by crossing the Blue Mountains, finding a land route from Sydney to Port Phillip and opening up western New South Wales. His contribution to the development of the colony was immense but downplayed in deference to explorers of British origin. HAMILTON HUME uncovers this brave man's achievements and paints an intriguing and at times shocking portrait of colonial life, by the author of the bestselling SAS SNIPER.'Robert Macklin calls Hamilton Hume 'our greatest explorer', and now that I've read this enthralling but at times shocking story, I totally agree.' ***** GOOD READING
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