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Trudy, Madly, Deeply (Working Stiffs Book 1) (affiliate link)
Meet Charmaine Digby, human lie detector.
Char’s psyched to put her ability to the test as the County Coroner’s new investigative assistant…
But she sure never expected she’d need it to solve a murder!
Of course, that was before she got her first assignment. Interview the hunky doctor reporting the suspicious death of Trudy, a family friend and one of several elderly patients at the hospital whose heart mysteriously stopped.
Coincidence? More likely, there’s a murderer on the loose!
In hot pursuit of the truth, Char’s on the case, much to the irritation of her cop buddy, who doesn’t want her to stick her nose in his investigation. But she had better keep her eyes open or the next body on the way to the morgue could be hers!
Starship Honor (Honor in Exile Book 1) (affiliate link)
HUMANITY HAS FALLEN. ONLY ONE SHIP CAN SAVE US.
After a disastrous encounter with an alien species, Captain Roc Masters finds himself exiled on a rundown station in the asteroid belt, commanding an ancient starship with a near-mutinous crew.
Just as he finally resigns himself to his fate, the aliens return to attack Earth.
With the inner worlds crumbling and most of the Earth and Martian navies sidelined or destroyed, it’s up to Roc and his lone starship to hold the line.
He knows he must gather together what little humanity there is beyond the asteroid belt and make a stand against the aliens.
But first, he’ll have to survive the armada sent to finish him off.
Doctor Thorne (affiliate link)
A Good Demon Is Hard to Find (Supernatural Sweethearts Book 1) (affiliate link)
Sometimes, a date from hell is just what you need…
When Erin thoughtlessly lays a curse on Mark, her cheating ex-husband, she doesn’t expect a well-dressed Great Earl of Hell to show up in her kitchen to fulfill the curse (and make damn good coffee while he’s at it).
Andromalius specializes in wickedness and revenge. He’s ready, willing, and able to rain down hell on Erin’s ex—but when Mark announces a hasty new marriage, Erin needs more than just revenge.
She needs a date to the wedding.
“We all possess more power and greater possibilities than we realize, and visualizing is one of the greatest of these powers. It brings other possibilities to our observation. When we pause to think for a moment, we realize that for a cosmos to exist at all, it must be the outcome of a cosmic mind.”
Your Invisible Power
Order of Visualization
How to Attract to Yourself the Things You Desire
Relation Between Mental and Physical Form
Operation of Your Mental Picture
Expressions from Beginners
Suggestions for Making Your Mental Picture
Zombie Patrol (Walking Plague Trilogy Book 1) (affiliate link)
A meteor, a military cover-up, and a whole lot of zombies!
Los Angeles County park ranger, Jack Carter, is about to discover that a whole new kind of animal roams his woods. The undead kind.
It begins when his brother, on leave from the military, arrives deathly sick.
Jack’s concern turns to alarm when his own flesh and blood turns on him, forcing the park ranger to take drastic measures.
Now searching for answers, Jack finds himself on the run from a lethal group of government agents—and from something stalking his woods…and hungry for flesh.
A Year and a Day: A Novel (affiliate link)
Fifteen-year-old Alice dreams of her first kiss, has sleepovers, auditions for Our Town, and tries to pass high school biology. It’s 1975, and at first look, her life would seem to be normal and unexceptional. But in the world that Leslie Pietrzyk paints, every moment she chronicles is revealed through the kaleidoscope of loss, stained by the fact that Alice’s mother, without warning, note, or apology, deliberately parks her car on the railroad tracks, in the path of an oncoming train.
In the emotional year that follows, Alice and her older brother find themselves in the care of their great aunt, forced to cope and move forward. Lonely and confused, Alice absorbs herself in her mother Annette’s familiar rituals, trying to recapture their connection — only to be stunned by the sound of her mother’s voice speaking to her, engaging Alice in “conversations” and offering some insight into the life that she had led, beyond her role as Alice’s mother.
Cats Are the Worst: (Cat Gift for Cat Lovers, Funny Cat Book) (affiliate link)
Live Life Colorfully is a quirky, illustrated mix of inspiring words, tips and tricks, and challenges from award-winning artist, designer, and creative director Jason Naylor.
This colorful book is based on one of his strongest messages, Live Life Colorfully, and will inspire everyone who picks it up.
• Find the silver living, taste the rainbow, and colorize your life with this vibrant book.
• Filled with bright, colorful illustrations
• Sure to motivate anyone who needs a boost
Naylor spreads joy and kindness around the globe using his signature bright colors and even brighter messages with typography, illustration, and large-scale worldwide murals.
Battle of the Bulge: A Guide to Modeling the Battle (affiliate link)
The Battle of the Bulge was the perfect storm for the Allies in late 1944; a tired army, overstretched supply lines, and poor intelligence on what was waiting on the other side of the hill. On 16th December, with almost complete surprise, the Germans launched their last major offensive in the West. Emerging from thick fog and through the dense woodland of the Ardennes nearly 500,000 German troops slammed into American lines.
For almost a week the Germans were able to make good ground, and the glory days of 1940 beckoned as they crushed all resistances before them, often with extreme cruelty. On Christmas Eve, the Germans had lost their initial advantage, the skies cleared and air support returned. For the next 3 weeks the battle hung in the balance. For the Americans the Battle of the Bulge would be the deadliest single battle of the Second World War.
The Silent Daughter: How many secrets can one family keep? (affiliate link)
In the age of digital footprints, is it possible to disappear? And how long would it take to notice someone is missing?
When his wife Maria is taken into hospital after a serious fall during a competitive run, Chris Morrison does what anyone would do in a crisis: he phones his family. His son Mikey answers the call, but his daughter Ruth doesn’t. She’s always been distant, often working abroad for long stretches and communicating via social media.
As Chris gets increasingly frustrated by Ruth’s lack of response, police investigations into Maria’s fall force him to answer some challenging questions. Why wasn’t Maria on the race route when she fell? Was she running after someone, or running from them?
A few uncomfortable certainties emerge: Maria and Mikey have been keeping things from Chris – and Ruth appears to have been lying to them all. But how many secrets can one family keep?
Starry Skies in Ferry Lane Market (affiliate link)
When Star Bligh got pregnant at the age of sixteen, she thought her life was over. Now thirty-three, mother to Skye and owner of the successful jewellery stall in Ferry Lane Market in Hartmouth, Cornwall, she wouldn’t change a thing about it.
Well, maybe one. A few months ago she fell hard for American visitor Jack, but then he left without even saying goodbye and ever since she has struggled to get him out of her head. Until the handsome, roguish Conor turns up and sweeps her off her feet. But then one day, Star is shocked to bump into Jack. He’s back in Hartmouth to tell her why he left – but is she ready to listen?
As things get more complicated with her love life, another revelation threatens to turn the lovely world she has built for her and Skye upside down. But could this be the one thing that will make it complete?