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Chew on this. As humans, we have a deep need to believe . . . a need to relate to something greater and more ideal than ourselves. Perhaps that’s why so many millions believe in Dog. Man’s devotion to Dog has come to rival the great -isms and -ologies of the world. This thing has gone way beyond a hobby.
We may not literally worship dogs, but we come pawfully close. This rabid reverence for Rover has a name: Dogtology. Dogtology is for the dog lover who has bailed on a date because they didn’t want Twinkles to be left home alone. It is for the human whose dog owns a more festive holiday wardrobe than they do, whose pups dine on free-range bison burgers while they live off ramen, or whose smartphones have more photos of their dog than of the humans in their family.
Would you recognize a killer if you talked to one every day? Artist Lia Anderson doesn’t. Neither do her friends at the Mount Airy Dog Park. When the apparent suicide of Lia’s deadbeat boyfriend draws the attention of Detective Peter Dourson, he decides to adopt the dead man’s dog to infiltrate the tight group he’s certain conceals Luthor Morrissey’s killer. As his investigation uncovers secrets, a grieving Lia fights her growing attraction to the laid-back detective. Meanwhile, Luthor’s killer lurks, desperate to stay ahead of the investigation—no matter who has to die…
A world devastated by nuclear war
Now dragons and mutants roam the ravaged and apocalyptic landscape. Young Gabe knows there’s more outside the foreboding sanctuary that he calls home. Curious to understand what his father, a dragon hunter, endures, he breaks a fatal rule and ventures out of the compound, only to discover a mutated world more vicious and deadly than he ever imagined.
In over his head
Gabe faces off against the evil despots who rule the land. Now, he must save himself and a miraculous winged beast, deemed a threat to the overbearing Dominion, before they destroy them both. Can Gabe conquer this battle or was his fate sealed the moment he started his perilous quest?
You’ve never met a spy like this before!
When the Turkish ambassador crashes his car in central London, the incident launches an unforeseeable series of catastrophic events—and a naked body.
MI6 spy Charles Bishop flies headfirst into intrigue, gun battles and assassinations. He’s on the hunt for a mysterious and powerful arms-dealing organisation named Kali—and they have him squarely in their sights.
Along the way he falls for a mysterious woman who may just be the death of him.
What was once known as your grandmother’s miracle cure for a cold or the flu is now the most popular food trend. The oldest of recipes dating back to prehistoric times and one of the cornerstones of the Paleo Diet, bone broth is made from the boiled bones of beef, poultry, or fish. This mineral-rich liquid has been praised for its gifts of immune support, digestive health, and joint strength along with beauty-enhancing qualities of strengthening hair and nails and reducing acne-causing inflammation.
The Bone Broth Miracle details everything you need to know about the many health benefits of this miracle soup. Along with information about the history and varieties of broth, this book also contains forty-nine easy-to-follow recipes for your daily dose of nutrients: calcium, amino acids, collagen, magnesium, potassium, and minerals, among others.
DAN RILEY IS A MAJOR IN THE BRITISH ARMY. After a six-month tour of duty in Afghanistan, he is coming home to the wife and young daughters he adores. He’s up for promotion and his ex-Army grandfather and father couldn’t be prouder. The Rileys are united in support of Dan’s passion for his career.
But are they really? His wife, Alexa, has been offered a good teaching job she can’t take because the Army may move the family at any time. Her daughter Isabel hates her boarding school—the only good educational option for Army families—and starts running away. And Dan spends all his time on the base, unable to break the strong bonds forged with his friends in battle. Soon everyone who knows the Rileys is trying to help them save their marriage, but it’s up to Alexa to decide if she can sacrifice her needs and those of her family to support Dan’s commitment to his work.
Expand your ramen repertoire with an amazingly inventive and unique addition to the million-copy-selling “101” series:101 Things to do with Ramen Noodles.
Ramen is fast, easy, and filling, but what can be done to spruce it up and give it a whole new life?
How about recipes like:
- Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup
- Summer Garden Soup
- Zucchini Salad
- Creamy Beef and Broccoli Noodles
- Ramen Burgers
- Chicken Alfredo
- Pork Chop Ramen
- Tuna Noodle Casserole
- Garlic Noodle Sauté
- and many more …
“I would rather love passionately for an hour than benignly for a lifetime.”
In a house full of history and secrets, the past will not stay where it belongs…
Lou has always loved Hill House, the derelict manor on the abandoned land near her home. As a child, the tragic history of its owners, the Mandevilles, inspired her dream to become a history teacher. But in her late twenties, and working in a shop to pay off student debts, life is passing her by.
That changes when a family disaster sends Lou’s life into a downward spiral and she seeks comfort in the ruined corridors of Hill House. The house transforms around her and Lou is transported back to Christmas 1913
A timely collection of speeches by David McCullough, the most honored historian in the United States—winner of two Pulitzer Prizes, two National Book Awards, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, among many others—that reminds us of fundamental American principles.
“Insightful and inspirational, The American Spirit summons a vexed and divided nation to remember—and cherish—our unifying ideas and ideals” (Richmond Times-Dispatch). Over the course of his distinguished career, McCullough has spoken before Congress, the White House, colleges and universities, historical societies, and other esteemed institutions. Now, at a time of self-reflection in America following the bitter 2016 election campaign that has left the country divided, McCullough has collected some of his most important speeches in a brief volume that celebrates the important principles and characteristics that are particularly American.
A dead witch. A bitter curse. A battle of magic.
Some people knit socks by the fire at night. Gyssha Blackbone made monsters.
But the old witch is dead now, and somehow it’s Elodie’s job to clean up the mess.
When she was hired at Black Oak Cottage, Elodie had no idea she’d find herself working for a witch; and her acid-tongued new mistress, Aleida, was not expecting a housemaid to turn up on her doorstep.
Gyssha’s final curse left Aleida practically dead on her feet, and now, with huge monsters roaming the woods, a demonic tree lurking in the orchard and an angry warlock demanding repayment of a debt, Aleida needs Elodie’s help, whether she likes it or not.