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Days Like These By Kristian & Rachel Anderson

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Days Like These By Kristian & Rachel Anderson
Days Like These is the story of Kristian Anderson, who, through his valiant fight with cancer, left his wife, Rachel, his two little boys, and the rest of the world with an inspiring and faith-filled story of hope and the ultimate truth that even in the darkest moments, light can shine through. .

Heart of Ice By Lis Wiehl

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Heart of Ice By Lis Wiehl
Elizabeth Avery could easily be the girl next door. But what she has planned will make your blood run cold.At first glance, the crimes appear random. Arson. Theft. Fraud. Murder. But these are more than random crimes. They?re moves in an increasingly deadly game. And the one element they have in common: a woman who is gorgeous, clEver . . . and lethal.Elizabeth Avery has a winsome smile and flawless figure, but underneath is a heart of ice. She?s a master manipulator, convincing strangers to do the unthinkable. And she orchestrates it all without getting too close. Until now.When Elizabeth ruthlessly disposes of an inquisitive young reporter, her crime catches the attention of Federal Prosecutor Allison Pierce, FBI Special Agent Nicole Hedges, and crime reporter Cassidy Shaw. They know they?re dealing with a cold-blooded murderer who could strike at any time. What they don?t know is that they?re already on a first-name basis with the killer.And one of them may…

The Chocolate Touch By Patrick Skene Catling

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The Chocolate Touch By Patrick Skene Catling
In a laugh-out-loud hilarious twist on the legend of King Midas, a boy acquires a magical gift that turns everything his lips touch into Chocolate. Can you ever have too much of your favorite food? John Midas is about to find out?.First published in 1952, The Chocolate Touch was an instant classic?and has remained a timeless favorite with kids, teachers, and parents.Supports the Common Core State Standards .

Black Dust Mambo By Adrian Phoenix

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Black Dust Mambo By Adrian Phoenix
FIRST IN A NEW SERIES! ?There will be times, girl, when all your magic ain?t going to be enough, times when it will seem to dry up like mud under the noonday sun, or even make matters worse. . . .? Kallie Rivière, a fiery Cajun hoodoo apprentice with a talent for trouble, finds herself smack-dab in the middle of one of those times her mentor warned her about when she visits New Orleans to attend the Hecatean Alliance?s annual carnival: her hard-bodied conjurer hookup ends up dead in her blood-drenched bed. And he was killed by something that Kallie would never dream of touching?the darkest of dark juju, soul-eating juju?a black dust hex that may have been meant to kill her. Now Kallie has to use every bit of hoodoo knowledge and bayou-bred mojo she possesses to clear her own name and find the killer?even as that dark sorcerer hunts Kallie and her friends. But Kallie?s search for the truth soon leads her in a direction she never anticipated?back home t…

Margaret Thatcher: The Autobiography By Margaret Thatcher

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Margaret Thatcher: The Autobiography By Margaret Thatcher

Firehorse By DIANE LEE WILSON

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Firehorse By DIANE LEE WILSON
Fifteen-year-old Rachel is furious and lonely when her father moves the family to Boston in 1872?especially since she had to sell her beloved horse. But in Boston she finds the Governor?s Girl, an injured firEhorse, and begins caring for her and thinking about becoming a veterinarian. Then an outbreak of fires causes Rachel to question the ethics of her journalist father, and when the horses who pull the fire engines fall ill, the danger escalates. In a dramatic climax, the Great Boston Fire of 1872 is brought to life with cinematic vividness, and Rachel proves her grit and determination to make something of herself.

My Fathers' Daughter By Hannah Pool

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My Fathers' Daughter By Hannah Pool
What do you wear to meet your father for the first time? In 2004, Hannah Pool knew more about next season's lipstick colors than she did about Africa: a beauty editor for The Guardian newspaper, she juggled lattes and cocktails, handbags and hangouts through her twenties just like any other beautiful, independent Londoner. Her white, English adoptive relatives were beloved to her and were all the family she needed. Okay, if I treat it as a first date, then I'm on home turf. What image do I want to put across?...ClassIc, rather than trendy, and if my G-string doesn't pop out, I should be able to carry the whole thing off. Contacted by relatives she didn't know she had, she decided to visit Eritrea, the war-torn African country of her birth, and answer for herself the daunting questions every adopted child asks. Imagine what it's like to never have seen another woman or man from your own family. To spend your life looking for …