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Tuesdays With Morrie

By Mitch Albom
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Mitch Albom
Maybe it was a grandparent, or a teacher or a colleague. Someone older, patient and wise, who understood you when you were young and searching, and gave you sound advice to help you make your way through it. For Mitch Albom, that person was Morrie Schwartz, his college professor from nearly twenty years ago.Maybe, like Mitch, you lost track of this mentor as you made your way, and the insights faded. Wouldn't you like to see that person again, ask the bigger questions that still haunt you? Mitch Albom had that second chance. He rediscovered Morrie in the last months of the older man's life. Knowing he was dying of ALS - or motor neurone disease - MItch visited Morrie in his study every Tuesday, just as they used to back in college. Their rekindled relationship turned into one final 'class': lessons in how to live.TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE is a magical chronicle of their time together, through which Mitch shares Morrie's lasting gift with the world.
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Today's Cerberus, Vol. 3

By Ato Sakurai
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Ato Sakurai
The mythical beast Fenrir has set her sights on Chiaki, and Shirogane in particular is none to happy with the competition. It's dog versus wolf in this showdown that will bring the whole school to its knees! Who will come out on top?!
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Twinkle Stars, Vol. 2

Things get unpleasant for Sakuya when Kanade finds out about Chihiro. Though her cousin is a hothead, Sakuya asks him to meet Chihiro once more and give him another chance. Next on the agenda: summer vacation! Sakuya is studying hard for finals, since low scores mean she won't be able to participate in the last summer camp of her high school career. But then-an unexpected visitor...!?
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  • Time of Fog and Fire

    By Rhys Bowen
    Authors:
    Rhys Bowen
    Molly Murphy Sullivan's husband Daniel, a police captain in turn-of-the-century New York City, is in a precarious position. The new police commissioner wants him off the force altogether. So Daniel accepts an assignment from John Wilkie, head of the secret service. Molly believes her husband is in Washington, working for the president, until she spots him in San Francisco during a movie news segment. Then she receives a strange letter from him, leading her to conclude that he wants her to join him in San Francisco.She takes her young son Liam on the cross-country train trip, but when they arrive in San Francisco, Molly is told that she's too late, her husband's funeral was yesterday. She's devastated, even more so when she receives a cryptic note saying Daniel's death was not an accident. In her grief she stays on to investigate, until she meets a strange man at a party, whom she soon starts to suspect may not be quite who he appears. Then Molly finds another body in the basement, but before she can report it, the Great Earthquake strikes San Francisco, and the servant runs off in a panic with Molly's son. Suddenly Molly has no idea where to turn or whom to trust, and she knows there are many lives on the line, including her own.
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    Transforming ADHD

    By Greg Crosby, Tonya K Lippert
    Authors:
    Greg Crosby, Tonya K Lippert
    Adult attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can make even simple everyday tasks-like paying bills or getting groceries-extremely difficult. At the end of the day, you may feel unfocused, and life may seem unmanageable.However, this struggle isn't the result of an inability to pay attention, as is so widely believed. Studies now show that ADHD results from an inability to maintain attentiveness.Adults with adult ADHD can and often do focus on things they enjoy, but have trouble focusing on things that aren't as interesting to them. More and more, experts are acknowledging that, rather than a deficit of attention, ADHD is really about adjusting attention between hyperfocusing and underfocusing.Redefining ADHD draws on psychology, biology, neuroscience, sociology, and other disciplines to provide an innovative guide for learning how to better regulate your attention. Looking at ADHD through the framework of IPNB-a model that see's one's mind, brain, body, and relationships as intimately connected-you'll discover how to rewire your brain for better attention regulation and overall well-being.With the research-based exercises, tools, and techniques in this book, you'll learn how to effectively manage your attention so you can focus on what it is you need to do-and do it well.
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  • Truth Will Out

    By A. D. Garrett
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    A. D. Garrett
    A mother and daughter are snatched on their drive home from a cinema. The crime has a number of chilling similarities to a cold case Professor Nick Fennimore had been lecturing on. Then Fennimore begins receiving taunting messages - is he being targeted by the kidnapper?Meanwhile, a photograph emailed from Paris could bring Fennimore closer to discovering the fate of Suzie, his own daughter, now missing for six years. He seeks help from his old friend, DCI Kate Simms, recently returned from the US. But Kate is soon blocked from the investigation... A mother and child's lives hang in the balance as Fennimore and Simms try to break through police bureaucracy to identify their abductor.Atmospheric, chilling, and full of suspense, the dynamic pairing of AD Garrett's acclaimed duo, Fennimore and Simms, delivers a pulse-pounding plot that will keep you guessing until the very end.
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    The Talent Delusion

    By Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic
    Authors:
    Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic
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    Teddy and Me

    By Michael Savage
    Authors:
    Michael Savage
    This four-color book, jam-packed with photographs of Teddy (oh, and Michael, too) tells the story of man and dog travelling through life together--even though Teddy only travels around San Francisco. In TEDDY AND ME, Savage describes how his lovable best friend makes every day brighter for a radio host who spends hours each day reporting on the bad news of the world. While Michael is on the on air, Teddy vigilantly watches and provides occasional commentary. Listeners of the show have heard about Teddy's exploits and insights over the years and will appreciate this witty book that features wisdom only man's best friend can share.
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  • Trinity Seven, Vol. 8

    By Kenji Saitou, Akinari Nao
    Authors:
    Kenji Saitou, Akinari Nao
    Lilith has been captured by her own father, the demon lord Abyss Trinity, and he's poised to annihilate Arata Kasuga and his companions. In the face of "Vanitas," the overwhelming power possessed by Abyss Trinity, their only hope is a secret weapon hidden within Sky Library - but the demon lord won't make things easy! Can Arata overcome this most dangerous opponent?
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  • Treasure

    By Clive Cussler
    Authors:
    Clive Cussler
    The ninth gripping thriller in the world famous Dirk Pitt series, where the adventurer finds himself in a deadly battle against the darkest forces of international terrorism.'On behalf of a grateful nation I wish to thank you for this astonishing gift...'The President of the United States had reason to be grateful. Dirk Pitt had unearthed the greatest storehouse of knowledge in the ancient world: the Alexandria Library.The trail began in a lonely fjord in Greenland. It ended on the banks of the Rio Grande. In between Pitt had frustrated an assassination, rescued a hijacked liner, survived a deadly gun battle and halted an invasion.A gripping, action-packed story by a master of the craft.
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    The Turn: The Hollows Begins with Death

    By Kim Harrison
    Authors:
    Kim Harrison
    Kim Harrison returns to her beloved Hollows series with the official prequel. This will introduce fans and readers to a whole new side of Rachel Morgan's world as they've never seen it before!Can science save us when all else fails?Trisk and her hated rival, Kalamack, have the same goal: save their species from extinction.Death comes in the guise of hope when a genetically modified tomato created to feed the world combines with the government's new tactical virus, giving it an unexpected host and a mode of transport. Plague takes the world, giving the paranormal species an uncomfortable choice to stay hidden and allow humanity to die, or to show themselves in a bid to save them.Under accusations of scientific misconduct, Trisk and Kal flee across a plague torn United States to convince leaders of the major paranormal species to save their supposedly weaker kin, but not everyone thinks humanity should be saved.Kal surreptitiously works against her as Trisk fights the prejudices of two societies to prove that not only does humanity have something to offer, but that long-accepted beliefs against women, dark magic, and humanity itself can turn to understanding; that when people are at their worst that the best show their true strength, and that love can hold the world together as a new balance is found.An unmissable story for fans of the Hollows series - discover Rachel Morgan's world as you've never seen it before . . .
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  • This Beats Perfect

    By Rebecca Denton
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    Rebecca Denton
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  • Too Wild to Tame

    By Tessa Bailey
    Authors:
    Tessa Bailey
    Aaron Clarkson has dreamed of the White House since his very first debate team victory, and connecting with a presidential candidate while on the campaign trail in Iowa is the next rung in his ladder to the top. While his siblings are grudgingly obliging his request to put the road trip on a short hiatus in Iowa, Aaron escapes their passive aggression by grabbing a beer in the local dive bar, where his attentions are quickly captured by a violet-eyed seductress in leather pants.Grace Pendleton is the black sheep of her family, but in the interest of creating a happy family portrait, she has been dragged along to smile for the camera while her father stumps for votes. She only ventured into the rundown pub to use the restroom, but she couldn't resist a chance at making Aaron, the overly ambitious politico, pant for something he couldn't have.When a local cause in need of support draws both of their interest, Aaron and Grace find themselves in a battle for what's right - and in extremely close quarters, where resistance is futile. But they're pulled apart all too soon by outside forces and the vastly different futures they aspire to. They'll have to decide if their love is strong enough to draw them back together, but will the decision come too late?
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    Today's Cerberus, Vol. 2

    By Ato Sakurai
    Authors:
    Ato Sakurai
    Thus far, Chiaki has been settling in to his new life with his new, semi-canine companion(s), but happiness still seems a hair out of reach. Of course, it doesn't help that his partially soulless nature has left him a target for monsters.And speaking of monsters, it seems one of Chiaki's classmates has a companion of his own, only this one is of the feline variety. You know what they say about cats and dogs...
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    Tohyo Game: One Black Ballot to You, Vol. 2

    By G.O., Chihiro, Tatsuhiko
    Authors:
    G.O., Chihiro
    Illustrated by:
    Tatsuhiko
    Whoever gets the least votes in the class popularity poll winds up dead last, literally. Who will live, and what can Shuusuke and Wakaba do stop this dangerous game from continuing? The school survivor horror series enters its second volume.
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    Taboo Tattoo, Vol. 5

    By Shinjiro
    Authors:
    Shinjiro
    Seigi gets his hands on something that has the power to rewrite reality itself!
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    Twenty Thousand Streets Under the Sky

    By Patrick Hamilton
    Authors:
    Patrick Hamilton
    The Midnight Bell, a pub on the Euston Road, is the pulse of this brilliant and compassionate trilogy. It is here where the barman, Bob, falls in love with Jenny, a West End prostitute who comes in off the streets for a gin and pep. Around his obsessions, and Ella the barmaid's secret love for him, swirls the sleazy life of London in the 1930s. This is a world where people emerge from cheap lodgings in Pimlico to pour out their passions, hopes and despair in pubs and bars - a world of twenty thousand streets full of cruelty and kindness, comedy and pathos, wasted dreams and lost desires.
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    Thirst

    By L. A. Larkin
    Authors:
    L. A. Larkin
    Antarctica is the coldest, most isolated place on earth. Luke Searle, maverick glaciologist, has made it his home. But soon his survival skills will be tested to the limit by a ruthless mercenary who must win at any cost. The white continent is under attack. The Australian team is being hunted down. Can Luke stay alive long enough to raise the alarm? Can he avert a global catastrophe? The countdown has begun. T minus 5 days, 2 hours and 53 minutes . . .Praise for L. A. Larkin: 'Delivers action and intrigue in spades' Peter James 'Action that hits like an ice-pick in the back of the head' John Birmingham 'The stakes are high and the thrills are as plentiful as the ice in this well-crafted thriller' Herald Sun'Taut and pacey, a thriller for our times. Larkin starts at a frantic pace and doesn't stop' Bunty Avieson
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    Twenty-Six Seconds

    By Alexandra Zapruder
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    Alexandra Zapruder
    Abraham Zapruder didn't know when he ran home to grab his video camera on November 22, 1963 that this single spontaneous decision would change his family's life for generations to come. Originally intended as a home movie of President Kennedy's motorcade, Zapruder's film of the JFK assassination is now shown in every American history class, included in Jeopardy and Trivial Pursuit questions, and referenced in novels and films. It is the most famous example of citizen journalism, a precursor to the iconic images of our time, such as the Challenger explosion, the Rodney King beating, and the 9/11 attack on the Twin Towers. But few know the complicated legacy of the film itself.Now Abraham's granddaughter, Alexandra Zapruder, is ready to tell the complete story for the first time. With the help of the Zapruder family's exclusive records, memories, and documents, Zapruder tracks the film's torturous journey through history, all while American society undergoes its own transformation, and a new media-driven consumer culture challenges traditional ideas of privacy, ownership, journalism, and knowledge. Part biography, part family history, and part historical narrative, Zapruder demonstrates how one man's unwitting moment in the spotlight shifted the way politics, culture, and media intersect, bringing about the larger social questions that define our age.
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    Timeless Beauty

    By Christie Brinkley
    Authors:
    Christie Brinkley
    In her first book in more than 30 years, supermodel Christie Brinkley shares the secrets she's learned about what to eat, how to apply makeup like a pro, and what to wear to look like a knock out. From tips on which skincare products really make our skin look younger to which foods cut inflammation to a fitness plan with easy exercises to keep us strong and our waistlines lean, Brinkley draws on her years of experience maintaining her supermodel appearance to help readers look and feel their youthful best. She also offers makeup tips that will make any face look younger, fashion advice on necklines, skirt lengths, and more! With personal stories, beautiful photographs, hundreds of timesaving tips, plus a good dose of humor, this will be the book that every woman will want to own and share with her friends.
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