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No Man’s Land: David Baldacci

Paul Rogers has one goal in mind and that is to take out all of the people that created the monster he has become. A serial killer, mass murderer and yet thinking that what he has become is the fault of others who created the experiments that played with both his body and mind, he is determined to get revenge. Over 30 years ago five women were murdered and he was the one who committed the crimes but no ever knew it was him. Spending time making sure he remained fit and toned up he spent years planning his revenge timing it he hoped perfectly only to learn that no matter what anyone did to him in these experiments he would never be the same and all the revenge and retribution would not change it.

John Puller Jr. is a Chief in the CID and…

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Fall in Portland, Maine usually arrives as a welcome respite from summer’s sweltering temperatures and, with the tourists gone, a return to normal life—usually. But when a retired cop is murdered, things heat up quickly, setting the city on edge.

Detective Sergeant John Byron, a second-generation cop, is tasked with investigating the case—at the very moment his life is unraveling. On the outs with his department’s upper echelon, separated from his wife, and feeling the strong pull of the bottle, Byron remains all business as he tries to solve the murder of one of their own. And when another ex-Portland PD officer dies under suspicious circumstances, he quickly realizes there’s much more to these cases than meets the eye. The closer Byron gets to the truth, the greater the danger for him and his fellow detectives.

This taut, atmospheric thriller will appeal to fans of Michael Connelly and John…

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Yellow Hair: Andrew Joyce

There are many injustices that people endure in this world not just in the 19th century but in the present too. The Indians were dealt many difficult hands as they tried to help the settlers when arriving in the New World. The story begins with the lives of so many people that had a dream for a better life. Their goals and hopes were the one thing that kept them going and their will to never give up the second. But, not everything goes the way it is planned and the families that we meet will endure many hardships, deaths and tragedies before the real story is even told.

Jacob Ariesen and his family are at the center of the start of this story. When his father decides to leave their hometown and no longer wants to do odd jobs for other people to make…

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If You Were Me And Lived in Poland: Carole P. Roman

Illustrated by Kelsea Wierenga

Get ready for a special trip to Poland and enter Central Europe in a country you would call Pokska and everyone else calls is the Republic of Poland. The kingdom of Poland was founded in 1025 and the Polish constitution was written on May 3, 1791 and believe it or not it was the first in Europe and the second in the world. You might live in the capital which is Warsaw and built on the banks of the Wisla River. You might even have fun exploring the beautiful city and tire yourself out walking and appreciating the beauty. Sitting on the black stone benches might help rest your feet but make sure you press the button on it because you will get to hear the music of one of Poland’s greatest composers Fredrick Chopin…

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Merry Murder

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The cookies are baked. The tree is trimmed. The shopping? Well, it’s almost done, and Fiona’s parents have finally returned home for a holiday visit—along with some unexpected unruly friends. Yep, Fiona’s perfectly planned Christmas is coming together, but how could’ve she planned for her favorite uncle’s murder?
Who could possibly kill a sweet old man who’s played Santa at the local mall every year without fail? Fiona’s boyfriend, Detective Nathan Landry, is determined to find out—before Christmas day arrives. There’s only one problem: Nancy Quinn. Fiona’s mom is just as determined as the detective to catch the murderer, and she isn’t shy about getting the job done—even if it includes breaking a few pesky laws!
Will Fiona and her mother find the killer first or will the killer find them?


Santa Claus means a lot to children at this time of the year. All…

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Lady Alexandria Cassel scorned London’s frivolous social whirl, seeking adventure as a stowaway aboard a merchant ship. Drake Barrett was the vessel’s powerful captain—and a cynical duke who disdained a noble’s shallow life. At sea he revealed neither his origins nor his wealth, and to Alexandria he was simply a man who made her cool reserve fly with the winds… whose desire for her was as wild as the ocean they sailed.

Caught in the crossfire of war, they were shipwrecked on an idyllic island, where they tasted perfect passion… and tenderness. But Drake dreaded the day of their rescue—when his love would discover that the virile man she adored was at the pinnacle of the aristocracy she despised. Hardly did they suspect the base treachery that would soon threaten them… and the dangers each would brave to join forever their hearts and…

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Strong Cold Dead: Jon Land

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Stone Cold Dead: Jon Land

The story centers around the Comanche and Indian Tribe of fierce warriors who lived on the Southern Plains down which extends down from the state of Nebraska into the north part of Texas.  The Comanche’s within this novel want to better themselves and have agreed to allow oil companies to come in and drill their land but what happens if they lose part or all of it? Someone has devised a way to create a weapon so deadly that although he appears to be derelict he’s a dangerous genius and now he is on Caitlin and someone from Homeland Security’s radar as she saw him at the protest but it took her time to realize who he is. ISIS is who Daniel Cross has become affiliated with and has converted to their way of thinking except he does not pray to Allah…

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