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THE NINE (The Konrath Dark Thriller Collective Book 10) (affiliate link)
THIS COP IS HISTORY….
After former Chicago Cop Tom Mankowski found out the truth behind his birth, he discovered others with the same secret.
Some want to live out their lives in hiding.
Some are fighting to make the world better.
And some are trying to destroy all life on Earth.
Tom, and the friends he made during the blockbuster bestseller THE LIST, have reunited to take down this dangerous government experiment, one engineered historical figure at a time… even if it sets them on a crash course with the worst villains mankind has even known.
Caught for Christmas (Stripped Book 5) (affiliate link)
This holiday romance novella contains a sweet, sexy, honorable man who is ruthless when it comes to catching the woman he wants.
The plan is simple. Break into the club and steal the money I need to save my father. The ex-military bouncer isn’t going to stop me, even if he is hot as hell.
I’ll be home for Christmas, if only in my dreams…
Except he has a curious knack for knowing my next step. And there’s something dark underneath his desire, something dangerous. If he catches me, he might not let me go.
Panini Press Cookbook (affiliate link)
Spicy Beef Panini with Caribbean Aioli
Cinnamon Apple Panini
Alternative Turkey Salad Panini
Australian Sweet Panini
5-Ingredient English Roast Beef Panini
Napa Valley Fig Panini
Country Tarragon Chicken Panini
Brianna’s Favorite Panini
Honey Dijon Beef and Onions Panini
Pears on Focaccia Panini
The Queen’s Radicchio Panini
Dijon Tuna Panini
Greek Mushroom Panini
Grilled Zucchini and Eggplant Panini
Chicken and Ranch Panini
Italian Chicken Panini
Pesto Caprese Panini
Dijon Mushroom and Zucchini Panini
What Did I Do Wrong? (affiliate link)
Born in the early fifties to a single mother in East Germany, Eve eventually moved with her mother to the United States to live with her mother’s new husband, another US serviceman whom Eve knew as Dad.
With this new man frequently absent and detached from their lives, Eve and her mother were regularly left alone to fend for themselves. They moved frequently, creating a very unstable family life. Even so, this was nothing compared to the trauma that would haunt Eve for the rest of her life. At twelve, she became the victim of a violent crime—an event that reverberates in her life even today.
Later, when she was in high school, her mother was diagnosed with cancer—and they were both permanently abandoned by the man she knew as her father. In her adulthood, she became a single mother herself, and her mother eventually lost her battle with cancer.
Poisoned Primrose (Motts Cold Case Mystery Book 1) (affiliate link)
Autistic, asexual, and almost forty, Pineapple “Motts” Mottley flees London with her cat and turtle to a quaint cottage in Cornwall. She craves the peace of life in a small village. The dead body buried in her garden isn’t quite what she had in mind, though.
Unable to resist her curiosity, she falls directly into a mess of trouble and runs head-first into the attractive detective inspector, Teo Herceg. She tries to balance her business with the investigation, but as the killer focuses on her, staying alive becomes trickier than advanced origami.
Will Motts survive the onslaught of murderously bad luck?
Can she solve the mystery before it all spins out of control and off a cliff?
Champagne Float (Champagne Mysteries Book 1) (affiliate link)
Lora Godwin, professional hostess to the rich and feckless, makes her living being flattering, witty, and decorative. When she agrees to manage a yacht trip for a reclusive Russian oligarch and some potential business partners, she figures the worst problem she’ll face is keeping her professional distance from the sleazy yet seductive Greek playboy who seems keen to end her six-month, one-week, and three-day sexual dry spell.
But when she accidentally stumbles across a woman being held prisoner on the yacht, she finds her “to do” list suddenly includes dodging white slavers, escaping kidnappers, covering up homicides, and trying not to get pulped by the Russian mafia.
Gratitude is a simple, profound practice that can transform your life. Research has confirmed its many emotional and physical benefits. Taking the time to notice and reflect upon good things opens our hearts, increases happiness, and puts us in a positive mindset where we are prone to notice what’s right instead of what’s wrong.
In a series of brief, evocative essays, personal success mentor M. J. Ryan teaches you how to unlock the fullness of life through the simple joy of living from a grateful heart. As she writes, “Gratitude births only positive feelings: love, compassion, joy, and hope. As we focus on what we are thankful for, fear, anger, and bitterness simply melt away, seemingly without effort.” Attitudes of Gratitude will teach you how to reach this positive place.
The Terrible People (affiliate link)
A secret society takes deadly revenge on London law enforcement in this 1926 mystery novel by the pioneering crime author.
Inspector Arnold “Betcher” Long was the only man in London who could bring Clay Shelton to justice. Though the murderer and master forger threatened to get his revenge, his execution by hanging put a definitive end to the case. Or so everyone thought.
When the judge who sentenced Shelton is murdered, Scotland Yard takes notice. And after Shelton’s prosecutor and executioner are all killed by a shadowy organization known as “The Terrible People,” Betcher knows his turn is coming. But how do you stop a murder conspiracy orchestrated from beyond the grave?
Discover how to knit sweaters that flatter your size, shape, and style in this guide by the author of Knit to Flatter.
In this follow-up to Knit to Flatter, author Amy Herzog is back with more real-talk for knitters. In Knit Wear Love, she guides us through picking a base pattern that not only works for our inherent shape, but also suits our size and style—all with the skill of a top-notch teacher and designer and the honesty and humor of a BFF.
Known for her uncanny ability to simplify what might initially seem complex, Herzog masterminded for Knit Wear Love an easy mix-and-match pattern system that allows us to choose among the eight key sweater forms (pullover, cardigan, vest, cowl, tunic, wrap, tank, and bolero/shrug); eight fashion styles (modern, classic, romantic, sporty, bohemian, avant-garde, vintage, and casual); a trove of customization details; ten sizes; and three gauges of yarn. The result? Sweaters we can knit with confidence, wear with pride, and love for many years to come.
A legendary capital of the arts, Paris hosted some of the most legendary developments in world culture—particularly at the beginning of the twentieth century, with the flowering of fauvism, cubism, dadaism, and surrealism.
In Bohemian Paris, Dan Franck leads us on a vivid and magical tour of the Paris of 1900–1930, a hotbed of artistic creation where we encounter Apollinaire, Modigliani, Cocteau, Matisse, Picasso, Hemingway, and Fitzgerald, working, loving, and struggling to stay afloat. Sixteen pages of black-and-white illustrations are featured.
Fabric Manipulation: 150 Creative Sewing Techniques (affiliate link)
The award-winning textile artist presents her modern approach to 150 fabric manipulation techniques in this fully illustrated sewing guide.
In Fabric Manipulation, Ruth Singer presents the most in-depth and comprehensive guide to sculptural and embellishing effects since Collette Wolff’s The Art of Manipulating Fabric.
Divided into three sections—Pleat and Fold, Stitch and Gather, Apply and Layer—Fabric Manipulation teaches sewists of all skill levels 150 creative sewing techniques with clear instruction, photos, and hundreds of full color diagrams.
Ruth explains her innovative variations on traditional fabric manipulation techniques such as pleating, folding, gathering, smocking, quilting, trapunto and applique. She also offers inspirational project ideas for accessories and home décor that demonstrate practical uses of fabric manipulation.
All God’s Children: A Novel of the American West (affiliate link)
In 1827, Duncan Lammons, a disgraced young man from Kentucky, sets out to join the American army in the province of Texas, hoping that here he may live—and love—as he pleases. That same year, Cecelia, a young slave in Virginia, runs away for the first time.
Soon infamous for her escape attempts, Cecelia continues to drift through the reality of slavery—until she encounters frontiersman Sam Fisk, who rescues her from a slave auction in New Orleans. In spite of her mistrust, Cecelia senses an opportunity for freedom, and travels with Sam to Texas, where he has a homestead. In this new territory, where the law is an instrument for the cruel and the wealthy, they begin an unlikely life together, unaware that their fates are intertwined with those of Sam’s former army mates, including Duncan Lammons, a friend—and others who harbor dangerous dreams of their own.