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  • Completely Yours

    By Erin Nicholas
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    Erin Nicholas
    Kiera Connolly is a graphic designer for an advertising agency by day and a kick-ass warrior princess in a video game by night. She's a geeky girl who prefers to stay behind the scenes in virtual worlds and relationships. Until she meets hot, heroic EMT Zach Ashley.Zach is all about in-person, hands-on relationships. As an EMT, he prides himself on his listening skills and bedside manner. After daring to date him, Kiera looks at herself, and the world, differently, finding a new, more confident, and radiant self when she steps out from behind the computer.
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  • City of the Lost

    By Kelley Armstrong
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    Kelley Armstrong
    Welcome to Rockton: a secret town cut off from the rest of the world. If you need a place to hide, this is the perfect place to start again. There's just one catch. You can't leave. Even if there's a killer on the loose. Detective Casey Duncan has a dark past, and it's about to catch up with her. When her best friend Diana is attacked by an abusive ex, the two women realise they have to disappear, fast. Diana's heard of a hidden town that's so remote it's almost impossible to reach. A town that desperately needs a new detective.Casey has barely arrived in Rockton when a body is discovered. A man's been murdered and there's no time to waste. Casey's job won't be easy: everyone in town has a secret. Meanwhile her boss, Sheriff Eric Dalton, is a brooding, troubled man who's hard to read and even harder to please. With no chance of help from the outside world, Casey must rely on her wits and experience to solve the case. But she's running out of time. Rockton's killer is on the hunt, and this deep in the wilderness, no one is safe.Gripping, fast-paced and atmospheric, City of the Lost is the brilliant new thriller from international bestselling author Kelley Armstrong.
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    The Case Study of Vanitas, Vol. 1

    By Jun Mochizuki
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    Jun Mochizuki
    Step once more into the imagination of Jun Mochizuki, creator of New York Times-bestselling PandoraHearts! A tale of vampires and curses set in a whimsical and dark steampunk Paris unfolds! On the streets, rumors abound of a clockwork grimoire said to sow curses among the vampires. Now, guided by the Book of Vanitas, the gears begin to turn, and the story of two men, Noe and Vanitas, takes shape...
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  • Chasing You

    By Kelly Elliott
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    Kelly Elliott
    While on a trip to Colorado, Meagan Atwood meets Grayson Bennet and is instantly taken by him. Not only is he smoking hot, but also one of the kindest guys she's ever known. A friendship develops but, as they give in to their mutual attraction, their relationship takes a very different turn.After moving to his home state after college, Meagan finds herself spending all her time with Grayson, and no matter how hard they fight it, this is more than just friends with benefits - are they destined to be together?In a relationship where nothing is as easy as it seems, will Gray and Meg get their longed-for happy ending...Book Five in the Love Wanted in Texas series
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    Cat Paradise: Vol 5

    By Yuji Iwahara
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    Yuji Iwahara
    As Kaen and his minions prepare to release all manner of evil creatures into the human world, the members of the student council must prepare for the final battle against the demon cat. Only a supreme power the likes of which no one has ever seen can set things right. But that power will also call into question the truths each and every player in this saga has held about the conflict between the world of humans and the realm of magic. The final battle begins to rage in the heart of Futakago . . . and humankind hangs in the balance!
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  • The Chorister at the Abbey

    By Lis Howell
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    Lis Howell
    Christmas is coming to Norbridge, but so is The Chorister, a killer with a liking for brutal quotes from the Psalms of David.When a body is discovered with smashed teeth, the harmony of the ancient Cumbrian market town is threatened and members of the Abbey Chorus start to panic. Suzy Spencer, single mum and media producer, and Robert Clark, teacher and traditionalist, find themselves drawn in to help their friends. But they already have enough troubles of their own, coping with teenagers and the trials of sharing a home - all made worse by the musical menace of The Chorister at the Abbey.
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  • The Corporation Wars: Insurgence

    By Ken MacLeod
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    Ken MacLeod
    DIE FOR THE COMPANY, LIVE FOR THE PAYAnd the ultimate pay-off is DH-17, an Earth-like planet hundreds of light years from human habitation.Ruthless corporations vie over the prize remotely, and war is in full swing. But soldiers recruited to fight in the extremities of deep space come with their own problems: from A.I. minds in full rebellion, to Carlos 'the Terrorist' and his team of dead mercenaries, reincarnated from a bloodier period in earth's history for one purpose only - to kill.But as old rivalries emerge and new ones form, Carlos must decide whether he's willing for fight for the company or die for himself.Ken MacLeod continues the Corporation Wars trilogy in this action-packed science fiction adventure told against a backdrop of interstellar drone warfare, virtual reality, and an A.I. revolution.
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  • The Changi Brownlow

    By Roland Perry
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    Roland Perry
    'This book is a must'COURIER-MAILAfter Singapore falls to the Japanese early in 1942, 70,000 prisoners including 15,000 Australians, are held as POWs at the notorious Changi prison, Singapore. To amuse themselves and fellow inmates, a group of sportsmen led by the indefatigable and popular 'Chicken' Smallhorn, created an Australian Football League, complete with tribunal, selection panel, umpires and coaches. The final game of the one and only season attracted 10,000 spectators, and a unique Brownlow Medal was awarded. Meet the main characters behind this spectacle: Peter Chitty, the farm hand from Snowy River country with unfathomable physical and mental fortitude, and one of eight in his immediate family who volunteered to fight and serve in WW2; 'Chicken' Smallhorn, the Brownlow Medal-winning little man with the huge heart; and 'Weary' Dunlop, the courageous doctor, who cares for the POWs as they endure malnutrition, disease and often inhuman treatment. This is a story of courage and the invincibility of the human spirit, and the Australian love of sport. Now part of the HACHETTE MILITARY COLLECTION.
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    Christmas Quiet: Receiving the Gift of His Presence

    By Maisie Sparks, Lauren Younis
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    Maisie Sparks, Lauren Younis
    In the 25 days leading up to Christmas you will deepen your awareness of God's loving presence and rejoice in the gift of your Savior by pausing daily to immerse yourself in these uplifting devotions, faith-building exercises, and peaceful coloring pages. Enjoy the true essence of the holiday as never before as you draw closer to God with this book.Includes:25 powerful devotions that can be read in five minutes and provide lasting inspiration,25 reflective questions and thoughtful activities that deepen the experience of each devotion, and25 gorgeous holiday coloring pages to enjoy whenever you like.
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    Corpse Party: Blood Covered, Vol. 3

    By Makoto Kedouin, Toshimi Shinomiya
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    Makoto Kedouin
    Illustrated by:
    Toshimi Shinomiya
    What if someone said the incantation wrong? What if that's why they all wandered into Tenjin Elementary School!? When your faith is shaken, doubt paints your heart black.
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    A Certain Magical Index, Vol. 9 (Novel)

    By Kazuma Kamachi, Kiyotaka Haimura
    Authors:
    Kazuma Kamachi
    Illustrated by:
    Kiyotaka Haimura
    The Daihasei Festival - a huge athletics festival attended by every school in Academy City, where the superpowered students attending these institutions gather to compete in a wide variety of competitions. And of course, Touma Kamijou is participating. His terrible luck is still in full effect - he's gnawed on by a famished Index, castigated by a representative of the festival management committee, and zapped mid-competition by none other than Mikoto Misaka. But Academy city's about to have a much bigger problem--and her name is Oriana Thomson.
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    Church of Spies

    By Mark Riebling
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    Mark Riebling
    The Vatican's silence in the face of Nazi atrocities remains one of the great controversies of our time. History has accused wartime pontiff Pius the Twelfth of complicity in the Holocaust and dubbed him Hitler's Pope." But a key part of the story has remained untold.Pope Pius in fact ran the world's largest church, smallest state, and oldest spy service. Saintly but secretive, he sent birthday cards to Hitler,while secretly plotting to kill him. He skimmed from church charities to pay covert couriers, and surreptitiously tape-recorded his meetings with top Nazis. Under his leadership the Vatican spy ring actively plotted against the Third Reich.Told with heart-pounding suspense and drawing on secret transcripts and unsealed files, Church of Spies throws open the Vatican's doors to reveal some of the most astonishing events in the history of the papacy. Riebling reveals here how the world's greatest moral institution met the greatest moral crisis in history.
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  • A Cold Death in Amsterdam

    By Anja de Jager
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    Anja de Jager
    Set in Amsterdam, the novel introduces Lotte Meerman, a Cold Case detective still recovering from the emotional devastation of her previous investigation. A tip-off leads Lotte to an unresolved ten-year-old murder case in which her father was the lead detective. When she discovers irregularities surrounding the original investigation that make him a suspect, she decides to cover for him. She doesn't tell her boss about the family connection and jeopardises her career by hiding evidence. Now she has to find the real murderer before her acts are discovered, otherwise her father will go to jail and she will lose her job, the one thing in life she still takes pride in . . .
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    Citizen Khan's Guide To Britain

    By Mr Khan
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    Mr Khan
    It's that handsome, bearded man from the telly! No, not Gary Lineker, the other one.The lovable, self-appointed community leader Mr Khan shares everything you need to know about living in post-Brexit Britain, such as bringing up the perfect daughter, educ-asian, romance and how to 'get our country back' (to how it was when all the Pakistanis came). He offers advice you'll struggle to find anywhere else: how do you make curry for white people? How do you make curry for brown people? How do you eat a custard creamie? Where should you go on holiday? And most importantly, what is the correct amount of toilet paper to use in one sitting?Featuring previously unseen photographs of Mr. Khan's early years, this guide is designed to sit on your coffee table, in your glove box and on your toilet cistern - at hand whenever you need it. Oh Twaddi!
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  • City of Darkness and Light

    By Rhys Bowen
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    Rhys Bowen
    Molly and Daniel Sullivan are settling happily into the new routines of parenthood, but their domestic bliss is shattered the night a gang retaliates against Daniel for making a big arrest. Daniel wants his family safely out of New York City as soon as possible. In shock and grieving, but knowing she needs to protect their infant son Liam, Molly agrees to take him on the long journey to Paris to stay with her friends Sid and Gus, who are studying art in the City of Light.But upon arriving in Paris, nothing goes as planned. Sid and Gus seem to have vanished into thin air, and Molly's search to figure out what happened to them will lead her through all levels of Parisian society, from extravagant salons to the dingy cafes where starving artists linger over coffee and loud philosophical debates. And when in the course of her search she stumbles across a dead body, Molly, on her own in a foreign country, starts to wonder if she and Liam might be in even more danger in Paris than they had been at home.As Impressionism gives way to Fauvism and Cubism, and the Dreyfus affair rocks France, Molly races through Paris to outsmart a killer in City of Darkness and Light, Rhys Bowen's most spectacular Molly Murphy novel yet.
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    Created for Connection

    By Sue Johnson, Kenneth Sanderfer
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    Sue Johnson, Kenneth Sanderfer
    Heralded by the New York Times and Time magazine as the couples therapy with the highest rate of success, Emotionally Focused Therapy works because it views the love relationship as an attachment bond. In Hold Me Tight, Dr. Sue Johnson introduced Emotionally Focused Therapy to the general public and taught that the way to save and enrich a relationship is to reestablish safe emotional connection. In this revised edition, Dr. Johnson has adapted her classic guide for Christian couples. Filled with Bible verses, inspiring passages, and Christian-specific advice, CREATED FOR CONNECTION will inform a new audience of readers, bringing them closer to God--and each other.
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    The Chaos of Empire

    By Jon Wilson
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    Jon Wilson
    The popular image of the British Raj- an era of efficient but officious governors, sycophantic local functionaries, doting amahs, blisteringly hot days and torrid nights- chronicled by Forster and Kipling is a glamorous, nostalgic, but entirely fictitious. In this dramatic revisionist history, Jon Wilson upends the carefully sanitized image of unity, order, and success to reveal an empire rooted far more in violence than in virtue, far more in chaos than in control.Through the lives of administrators, soldiers, and subjects- both British and Indian- The Chaos of Empire traces Britain's imperial rule from the East India Company's first transactions in the 1600s to Indian Independence in 1947. The Raj was the most public demonstration of a state's ability to project power far from home, and its perceived success was used to justify interventions around the world in the years that followed. But the Raj's institutions- from law courts to railway lines- were designed to protect British power without benefiting the people they ruled. This self-serving and careless governance resulted in an impoverished people and a stifled society, not a glorious Indian empire.Jon Wilson's new portrait of a much-mythologized era finally and convincingly proves that the story of benign British triumph was a carefully concocted fiction, here thoroughly and totally debunked.

    Cat Paradise: Vol 4

    By Yuji Iwahara
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    Yuji Iwahara
    With recent horrific discoveries still weighing heavily on their minds, the remaining members of the student council are forced to decide their next move. Should they stay behind to protect their fellow students from Kaen's minions who are intent on wreaking havoc on the school? Or should they pursue the great spirit cat into the realm of Futakago to save one of their own? The battle with the ferocious demon begins . . . and it could spell the end of mankind as we know it!
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    A Certain Magical Index, Vol. 7 (Manga)

    By Kazuma Kamachi
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    Kazuma Kamachi
    Summer vacation is over, and it's time to go back to school! The new school year brings a new friend for Index - the lovely, thoughtful Hyouka Kazakiri. But there's a new problem too, and it's tall, blond, and ready to ruin Touma's day - the terrifying magician Sherry Cromwell!
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    A Christmas Kiss

    By Vicky Pattison
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    Vicky Pattison
    It's the perfect season to fall in love.Amber Raey is working all the hours God sends as assistant to one of the country's top fashion designers, and her boss is a complete nightmare. But Amber has big plans for her future so, for the time being, she just has to grin and bear it. And then opportunity comes knocking and suddenly she's on the fast track to the top.Amber adores her new life, especially as she's falling in love for the first time too. But soon the glossy exterior starts to slip and Amber begins to wonder if she's made the right decision entering this world. Then a face from her past reappears and she finds herself in real trouble. With Christmas fast approaching, Amber is drifting further away from her loved ones. Can she get her life back on track before it's too late for a merry Christmas?Full of heart, warmth and humour, A Christmas Kiss is a romantic and festive read - it's the perfect book to curl up with this Christmas!
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