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Thick as Thieves (Amish Lantern Mystery Series Book 1) (affiliate link)
These siblings share everything… including a penchant for plucking a killer out of hiding.
Anna and Beth are as close as they come. As helpful to their Amish community as they are to their husbands, the twins are proud of being the resident problem-solvers. But they may be in over their heads when the local sheriff is found behind their relative’s hardware store, stone-cold dead.
Desperate to save their loved one and restore harmony, Anna and Beth are shocked by the discovery of mysterious diamonds at the crime scene. And with a brash big-city investigator ready to wrap up the case and toss an innocent man into the slammer, the sisters are in a race against the clock to dish out small-town justice.
Will this amateur-detective duo clear the family name before it’s left in tatters?
Ash Suspense Thrillers: Trilogy (affiliate link)
Ash finds herself in the ER diagnosed with coma. She has no memory of what has happened to her, but what she can do—despite what everyone around her might think—is listen to the conversations of her visitors. One of them is the man who raped her.
For Ash, there is little time to gather clues: blackouts are happening not only in the hospital but throughout California. The Russian hackers who are intent on sabotaging the power grid are trying to blackmail her boyfriend, Michael, into helping their cause. And what better way for them to do it but by kidnapping her out of the hospital?
Hell Week (America Falls Book 1) (affiliate link)
The virus is quick. Deadly. Unstoppable. The country is left in tatters.
For Isaac Race, it’s especially bitter. After the death of his parents and sister, he was just getting his life back on track – the weaponized virus changes all that.
Battered by the fresh deaths of his foster parents, but hardened by the year he’s endured, he emerges from the temporary safety of his home to seek out other survivors during the most vicious winter on record.
With the help of his friend Luke, he soon discovers that 250 perilous miles stand between them and the only possible haven, three states away, in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
A Scot Mess (The Hots for Scots Book 1) (affiliate link)
Laird Oliphant’s sons have no choice but to marry. Without an heir, he’s gathered his sons—his six illegitimate sons, all born in the same year—and declared whoever presents him with a grandson first will become the next Highland laird. Reactions are…mixed.
But to Finn Oliphant, this is exactly the news he’s been waiting for. You see, he’s already chosen his wife: the vivacious and intelligent Fiona MacIan, whom he fell in love with last year. She’s in love with him, so this whole “marriage ultimatum” thing should be easy-peasy. He’ll invite her to the Oliphant keep with her brother the laird, in order to sign all the betrothal contracts, and Bam! Done! They can get on with the babies!
It’s not that Fiona is getting cold feet, exactly. She’s fairly certain she loves Finn. Mostly. Well, verra likely, at least. But she’s never been the most self-confident of women, especially compared to her sister. Her identical twin sister, whom Finn mistakes for her upon arrival, which is super-awkward all around.
She’s Having a Baby: The Saints of San Diego (affiliate link)
A chance encounter on the beach sweeps Mike and Aisling into a world of passion. Mike’s best friend, Devon is there to pick up the pieces when the worst fire season in California history ultimately tests their love.
Mike Saint finally noticed Aisling Murphy when they walked the moonlit beach.
During a graduation party, Mike and Aisling were beachcombing for treasure. “So who is this Saint Dwynwen?” he asked, looking up from the medal they’d found in the sand.
Her eyes glistened in the moonlight, taking Mike’s breath away. “She’s the saint of lovers,” Aisling whispered.
Echoes (Echoes Trilogy Book 1) (affiliate link)
At the edge of sanity lies an extraordinary truth. Discovering it may be the last thing she ever does…
Hannah thinks she’s losing her mind. After hitting and killing a man with her car, his body and blood vanish without a trace. Desperate to prove she isn’t insane, she searches exhaustively until she finds him—alive and unharmed.
Taken under the wing of the handsome stranger, she’s stunned to learn he’s part of an ancient race of immortals. But so is his deranged sister, and she murders every person who learns his secret. And though Hannah is as tough and resourceful as they come, how can she hope to stop a psychopath who cannot die?
Echoes is the first book in the deliciously dark Echoes supernatural thriller trilogy. If you like determined heroes, fast-paced action, and breathtaking twists and turns, then you’ll love A.M. Caplan’s pulse-pounding adventure.
Refiner’s Fire (affiliate link)
In 1947, Marshall Pearl is orphaned at birth aboard an immigrant ship off the coast of Palestine. Brought to America, he grows up a child of the Hudson Valley, determined to see the world in all its beauty and ferocity. His epic journey takes him from Jamaica to Harvard; from Great Plains slaughterhouses to the Mexican desert; and from the sea to the Alps. Marshall is eventually drawn to Israel to confront the circumstance of his birth in a crucible of war, magic, suffering, and grace.
We first meet Marshall among the mortally wounded Israeli soldiers who are being transferred to Haifa during the Yom Kippur War. From there we follow Marshall—along with his memories and dreams—as he reconstructs his life, galvanizing strength through all that he has learned, suffered, and hoped.
Into Enemy Waters is the story of World War II’s most elite and daring unit of warriors, the direct precursors to the Navy SEALs, told through the eyes of its last living member, ninety-five-year-old George Morgan.
Morgan was just a wiry, seventeen-year-old lifeguard from New Jersey when he joined the Navy’s new combat demolition unit, tasked to blow up enemy?coastal defenses ahead of landings by Allied forces. His first assignment: Omaha Beach on D-Day.
When he returned stateside, Morgan learned that his service was only beginning. Outfitted with swim trunks, a dive mask, and fins, he was sent to Hawaii and then on to deployments in the Pacific as a member of the elite and pioneering Underwater Demolition Teams. GIs called them “half fish, half nuts.” Today, we call them frogmen—and Navy SEALS.
Riding the Rails with Paul Theroux (affiliate link)
In 1973, Paul Theroux embarked on his now-legendary journey from the United Kingdom through Europe, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia. Asia’s fabled trains—the Orient Express, the Khyber Pass Local, the Frontier Mail, the Golden Arrow to Kuala Lumpur, the Mandalay Express, the Trans-Siberian Express—are the stars of a journey that takes Theroux on a loop eastbound from London’s Victoria Station to Tokyo Central, then back from Japan on the Trans-Siberian.The Old Patagonia Express
Starting with a rush-hour subway ride to South Station in Boston to catch the Lake Shore Limited to Chicago, Paul Theroux takes a grand railway adventure first across the United States and then south through Mexico, Central America, and across the Andes until he winds up on the meandering Old Patagonian Express steam engine.
Growth is a fundamental human need—it is at the root of everything that gives us a feeling of accomplishment, satisfaction, meaning, and progress. In this inspiring book, Dan Sullivan and Catherine Nomura offer ten simple laws that will help you continue to grow throughout your life. Through vivid real-life stories, Sullivan and Nomura illustrate each of the ten laws and show how with just a slight shift in thinking—regardless of your age, income, or position—you can use them to maintain a fresh, innovative perspective on the world around you and unlock your greatest abilities.
This second edition includes a new preface, new examples, and a self-assessment to measure your progress on each of the ten laws.
My Other Husband (affiliate link)
Cleo Forsum is a bestselling novelist turned scriptwriter whose TV series, ‘The Baking Detective’ is a huge success.
But now she has decided to walk away from it all and wants to divorce her husband, Wallace.
But what is she really running from?
As Cleo drafts the final ever episodes of the series, people she knows start getting hurt. It soon becomes clear that someone is trying to frame her for murder.
She thinks she knows why, but Cleo can’t tell the police or prove her innocence.
Because then she’d have to confess about her other husband . . .