Book mentions in this thread

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    Arcadia Falls

    by Ken Stark

    Something is wrong in Arcadia Falls. The first boy vanished without a trace and with just as little fanfare. Even the second disappearance amounted to little more than a few passing remarks and another name skipped over in the classroom roll call. As far as Riverside High and the rest of Arcadia Falls were concerned, it seemed, it was as if nothing had happened at all. Tyler John was no different. He had barely given the matter a second thought, but then a wrong turn sent him on a path straight into the dark heart of the mystery, and the deeper he peered into the shadows, the more he realized that something was looking back. Now, the hunter has become the hunted and time is running out. With nowhere else to turn, it's up to Tyler and his handful of friends to stop the evil thing that's been preying on Arcadia Falls, and if they fail, they might just be the next ones to vanish. Yes, something is desperately wrong in Arcadia Falls, and it's like nothing anyone has ever seen before.
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    Dividing Ridge

    by Stacy Hawks

    Dividing Ridge is based on a true story of an unsolved crime that took place along the Blue Ridge Parkway in Alleghany, N.C. in 1937. After a young woman goes missing on her way to school a community is left on edge. With news spreading quickly of her disappearance and gossip swirling, it is up to local law enforcement to restore a sense of safety and one determined Sheriff to bring justice to her family.
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    The Package

    by Bryan Quinn

    In the subterranean depths of his medieval church, a jaded priest stumbles upon irrefutable proof of an ancient conspiracy with the power to demolish the pillars of his faith, launching him on a collision course with a ruthless enemy who will stop at nothing to suppress the explosive truth of his epic discovery.
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    A Knife in the Fog

    by Bradley Harper

    Physician Arthur Conan Doyle takes a break from his practice to assist London police in tracking down Jack the Ripper in this debut novel and series starter. September 1888. A twenty-nine-year-old Arthur Conan Doyle practices medicine by day and writes at night. His first Sherlock Holmes story, A Study in Scarlet, although gaining critical and popular success, has only netted him twenty-five pounds. Embittered by the experience, he vows never to write another "crime story." Then a messenger arrives with a mysterious summons from former Prime Minister William Gladstone, asking him to come to London immediately. Once there, he is offered one month's employment to assist the Metropolitan Police as a "consultant" in their hunt for the serial killer soon to be known as Jack the Ripper. Doyle agrees on the stipulation his old professor of surgery, Professor Joseph Bell--Doyle's inspiration for Sherlock Holmes--agrees to work with him. Bell agrees, and soon the two are joined by Miss Margaret Harkness, an author residing in the East End who knows how to use a Derringer and serves as their guide and companion. Pursuing leads through the dank alleys and courtyards of Whitechapel, they come upon the body of a savagely murdered fifth victim. Soon it becomes clear that the hunters have become the hunted when a knife-wielding figure approaches.
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    The Silver Horn Echoes

    by Michael Eging

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    Werewolf Nights

    by Mari Hamill

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    Avengers of Blood

    by Gae-Lynn Woods

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    Seven Roses

    by L.L. Tremblay

    Ellen Taylor is only seven years old when her entire world collapses after she witnesses a horrific event that will change her life forever. This shocking tragedy sparks a series of inexplicable events and coincidences that test Ellen as she grows up and tries to discover why the number seven continues to appear all around her. Can Ellen find meaning in her recurring dreams and encounters with the ghosts of her past? Or will she succumb to the darkness that has stalked her since she was a young girl?
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    The Tree Farm

    by Seth Sjostrom

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    Heartened by Crime

    by Renée Gendron

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    The Green Signal

    by Manishi Gupta

    Give yourself "The Green Signal "to be surrounded with positivity, to believe in yourself, love unconditionally with gratitude, without vengeance, be prudent and unlock your happiness. Feel the power of love, God and enjoy parenthood. This book is a collection of my memories, experiences, learnings, virtues, wisdom, and positivity in the form of poems. I wish people to relate and resonate get inspired and motivated to make a difference to their being. Each poem has a thoughtful message, with an aim to spread optimism, with a virtue to embrace.Its a book comprising of 17 poems categorised into 3 sections namely Virtue, Positivity & Emotions. The poems are not in the usual lyrical format but more informal with slant rhymes, thus making them more readable and easy to decipher. They primarily focus on day to day attitude, relationships like of and with a Mother, Father, Children, Self and various other emotions one goes through. One can easily relate to the deep meaning each poem intents to deliver, irrespective of age or gender of the reader. They are written in simple language, yet with a strong very positive, thought provoking messaging. It is a happy, optimistic, warm read which can be referred in dull days.
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    Harry Potter Wizards Unite

    by Vincent Verret

    Journaling for Fun! This gift inspires creativity and learning for fans of the new mobile game: Harry Potter Wizards Unite. 100 pages that will cover many Wizard's Adventures! The perfect gift for the digital wizard in your life! This Journal and Scrapbook is the perfect companion for any Harry Potter Wizard's Unite fan. This unofficial, unauthorized product is a daily journal, allowing you the space to take daily notes, write out your plans, develop a role-playing character, and keep track of your progress as you discover magical creatures, find amazing artifacts, and explore a magical world! After filling out this journal, you'll have a scrapbook of your adventures or an amazing game guide or strategy guide to give to another player.
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    The Rink Girl

    by Mark Brazaitis

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    Cowtsiders

    by FirebreathingKittens Podcast

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    Children of Sinai

    by Shelley Clarke

    How would you feel if you got caught up in a secret so vast it threatened everything the world had come to believe? That's what happened to John Milburn, computer science lecturer, orphan, husband and father, who lived an ordinary life in Haverhill, Suffolk, England. That is, until the dreams started... From the idyllic calm of Cambridge, John Milburn is drawn to the dust and the heat of Jericho. Thrown into danger and intrigue, he discovers more than he'd bargained for. 'A wowser of a tale that is exciting and thought-provoking with a cast of characters you'll fall in love with. Inspired by Biblical events, historical finds, theories and the author's own strange imagination.'
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    The Time Has Come...

    by Sharron L Miller

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    The Smoke Tree

    by Stefanie Nici

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    Just A Simple Rock

    by Mitch Bensel

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    The Moon Hunters

    by Anya Pavelle

    For fans of The Hunger Games, Divergent, and The Gender Game comes a captivating new story like no other. The Pestilence sweeps the globe with terrifying speed. A group of survivors finds an island sanctuary. Three generations later, no one has heard from the outside world in years. The old radio only crackles with static. The Pestilence either finished its job or the world tore itself apart. In the Village of Lehom, Leilani has been called to court as a Virtue by the King. Going to court means losing her independence and self-respect. Unfortunately, she doesn't have a choice. Leilani decides to take a stand; the King be damned. She plans a daring escape and sets in motion a series of events that will shake the foundation of her village and the island to its core. What reviewers are saying: "This is an engaging story with complex but believable characters and an interesting presentation of story- a journal, a retelling of the past, and an exploration of the present. Anya moves seamlessly among those sources to develop themes of resilience, courage and integrity within three unique cultures. A great read....one of the few books that demands both a prequel and a sequel! Thank you, Anya, for sharing this with us all!" -StoryCollector "If you're a fan of Divergent, The Maze Runner, and The Hunger Games, this is the perfect book for you. I love a good dystopian thriller and Moon Hunters did not disappoint. While borrowing themes from the classics, the plot is unique. The characters are very well developed and you can't help but rally behind them. The story pulled me in within the first few pages and I had a hard time putting it down. I highly recommend it." -Eric S. "I highly recommend "The Moon Hunters" by Anya Pavelle. It's a great story of standing up for what you believe in. It also features a strong female lead character. The book is a thrilling example of excellent post-apocalyptic sci-fi at its best. The author crafts a tale that is both an epic worldbuilder and riveting adventure. Do yourself a favor and grab a copy. You'll be glad you did." -DTM
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    Crime and Justice

    by Carolyn Boyes-Watson

    Crime and Justice offers a comprehensive introduction to the U.S criminal justice system through fifteen historical and contemporary case studies. The third edition has been revised and streamlined throughout, featuring new material on race, the war on drugs, police violence, “stand your ground” laws and gun laws, and more. Each chapter opens with an engaging case study followed by an explanatory chapter that teaches core concepts, key terms, and critical issues. The cases serve multiple learning objectives: illustrating concepts applied in real life; exploring sociological issues of race, class, gender, and power; and teaching students the law and processes of the justice system. Crime and Justice is excellent for any course that introduces students to the criminal justice system. A complimentary Instructor’s Manual and Test Bank are available, as well as an open-access Companion Website for students that includes interactive flashcards, links to online video and media, and other learning material. Visit http://textbooks.rowman.com/boyes-watson3e or email textbooks@rowman.com for more information.
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    Connor's Gambit

    by Z Gottlieb

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    Hearts Unshackled (Royals of Andorvia Book 1)

    by Amy Klaus

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    Halfway Home

    by Reuben Jonathan Miller

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    Anticipation

    by J. N. Eagles

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    Chris Ward

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    Hitwoman

    by Jeffrey A. Pitts

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    In Your Dreams

    by Robert Sanborn

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    Barefoot in the Parking Lot

    by Vineet Verma

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    A Love That Transforms

    by Mr. Kevin J Ray

    Do you or someone you know of struggle with dating and relationships? Situationships is the new term for the dating scene currently on display for the millennial. Situationship -Let's just chill, have sex, and be confused on the fact that we are not together but have official emotions for each other. Author Kevin Ray helps people be intentional about dating,avoid toxic "situationships" that drain people, and be on mission for marriage. Single, Satisfied, or Married. No one is safe; not even me lol. There's something for everybody in this book.www.peter-eglitis.com
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    Jilted

    by Azaaa Davis

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    Infinite Possibilities

    by JC Anderson

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    The Mahogany Box

    by Helen Lismore Cooke

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    Christmas Wish

    by Sabrina Oyinloye

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    Dark Matter

    by Blake Crouch

    A mindbending, relentlessly surprising thriller from the author of the bestselling Wayward Pines trilogy. “Are you happy with your life?” Those are the last words Jason Dessen hears before the masked abductor knocks him unconscious. Before he awakens to find himself strapped to a gurney, surrounded by strangers in hazmat suits. Before a man Jason’s never met smiles down at him and says, “Welcome back, my friend.” In this world he’s woken up to, Jason’s life is not the one he knows. His wife is not his wife. His son was never born. And Jason is not an ordinary college physics professor, but a celebrated genius who has achieved something remarkable. Something impossible. Is it this world or the other that’s the dream? And even if the home he remembers is real, how can Jason possibly make it back to the family he loves? The answers lie in a journey more wondrous and horrifying than anything he could’ve imagined—one that will force him to confront the darkest parts of himself even as he battles a terrifying, seemingly unbeatable foe. Dark Matter is a brilliantly plotted tale that is at once sweeping and intimate, mind-bendingly strange and profoundly human—a relentlessly surprising science-fiction thriller about choices, paths not taken, and how far we’ll go to claim the lives we dream of.
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    The Stick

    by Vineet Verma

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    The Kingdom of Wrenly Ten-Book Collection

    by Jordan Quinn

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    Comrades, Concubines and Lovers

    by Graham Hunter

    For years I have been telling my travel stories to friends at dinner parties, many of whom thought they were too incredulous to be true but most of them telling me that I must write a book. Well here it is, in more detail than I have ever dared to give before, describing a period from the 1980s when the world was a very different place to what it is now. Some of my stories could never be repeated as countries have changed, borders have been shifted and leaders toppled. In a world where information technology gives us instant access to world events as they happen, I describe a period where some International telephone calls had to be booked 24 hours in advance and once inside some countries, my colleagues would not know where I was or what I was doing until I came out. The telex, cumbersome and noisy, was the main means of international communication. My chapters jump around from country to country as I did but what I have tried to achieve is to show the incredible differences in lifestyles and customs, some of which got me into deep trouble. From the Far East where everything was available to the depths of the Iron Curtain where people had to queue for hours for a loaf of bread, I have tried to describe little details that would be impossible to know unless you were there. One innocent social faux pas nearly had me staying in China to get married! I have enjoyed the company of some of the most beautiful girls in the world and fell hopelessly in love with one from behind the Iron Curtain, so much so that I proposed to her not knowing whether this was possible or whether I could get her out if the marriage was allowed to happen. My struggle with the Soviet Authorities and the KGB lasted nearly two years and often seemed an impossible task. I ate food that would make you shudder, from "cow's appendix soup with baby birds" to fried fish where the head was still alive watching you eat it! Due to the large number of flights I was making it was inevitable that I would experience some scary moments, many of which I have described in some detail which will make a lot of nervous fliers queasy. Every story in this book is true, only the names have changed. I hope that you will share my excitement and emotions as I take you through my personal experiences in my travels around the world from the 1980's and beyond.
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    One in the Same

    by Douglas A. Breeden

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    The Hidden Scar

    by Sabrina Oyinloye

    The consequences of a one night of passionate encounter forced a reclusive, professional soccer player to reckon with a scar so deep, and a past deeply buried for seventeen years!
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    I call him HIM

    by Scott W Kimak

    In a post-apocalyptic world, a warrior and his family are driven underground, fighting for their very survival. When they do emerge, the futuristic planet they discover is very different from the one they left behind. Ruled by an evil presence which dominates and controls what is left of mankind, Earth has been reduced to a violent place of darkness, grief and destruction. I call him HIM follows the journey of this unnamed warrior as he loses both his family and his mind. As he hits rock bottom, all he can think of is his insatiable yearning for revenge until he meets a young girl called Angelica who shows him the true power of faith. Her youth, innocence and strength of character reminds him of everything he has lost and the things which really matter. But as the armies of the world rise up for the ultimate battle of good versus evil, can Angelica help him regain his sanity and rediscover himself before it is too late? Author Scott W Kimak takes the classic theme of good and evil and gives it a modern twist in this inspiring tale of the importance of keeping hope in the bleakest of circumstances.
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    PRINCE OMOTADE

    by Sabrina Oyinloye

    SYNOPSISPrince Omotade Braithwaite has it all: Good looks, Wealth, Dynasty. A Pool of women, everything that could make him just the perfect Prince Charming. Then he met the one woman whom he could give it all up for, but she has her reserves about his kind. Public Humiliation, Weaknesses, Imperfection; those were the most dreaded words in Tatiana Keisha Tejuade's vocabulary. And then she met Prince Omotade Braithwaite who lived his life somewhat like a reality star. Wouldn't she be digging her own grave if she allowed herself to fall for him?Adegoke Daniels is Prince Omotade's half-brother, who'd lived all his life in his shadow, but secretly wished he could have everything Tade has - everything.
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    Cinderocka

    by Sarah james

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    Betrayed

    by Joseph Lewis

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    The Unbreakable Thread

    by Nissha Nirmal Kumar

    Hirdh is a soft and very confident girl but she has a greatest fear - the fear of break up. She knows that her heart would be slivered into a million pieces and it would never be the same if she had to go through it. So, she builds her guarding walls way up high, so that no one could penetrate them. Then, She meets a guy owning a pair of swashbuckling eyes. Will she let her walls down for him? Will she experience her greatest fear? Was the Japanese legendary, the red string aka The Unbreakable Thread, only a myth?
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    Peasant Dreams and Market Politics (Pitt Series in Russian and East European Studies) by Jeffrey Burds (1998-04-30)

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    Forever Employable

    by Jeff Gothelf

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    Honoring your Lane

    by Kevin Ray

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    The Pixy and the Giantess

    by Jennie Lee Schade

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    God in the Machine

    by Cole Martyn

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    The Triple Date

    by Greg McLaughlin

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    The House at Ladywell

    by Nicola Slade

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    What Led Me to You

    by Lynn Rhys

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    The Last Time They Met by Anita Shreve (2001-12-03)

    by Anita Shreve

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    A Relentless Decade

    by Chantal Jennings

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    The Alpha Nanny

    by Remy Marie

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    Romantically Seasonal

    by C.A. King

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    Hidden Magic

    by Elana McDougall

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    One Moonlit Night

    by Tina Marie

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    My First Year as a Freelance AI Engineer

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    The Many Personalities of Me

    by Miss Yael Gottesman

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    Chanel

    by ROSEGOLD DOTJOURNALS

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    WHEN YOU KISSED ME

    by Sabrina Oyinloye

    SYNOPSISMofe Ibru was a man haunted by a painful past and had learnt to live his life without unnecessary emotional entanglement. His father; Hector Ibru, decided to remarry, and he brought home a young bride that awakened an unyielding flame of passion even he was not able to deny.Annabella Banks was a psychologist who often takes on part-time gigs as an actress to pay her college debt arrears. When Hector Ibru asked her to marry him under false pretence, she'd accepted after she saw the picture of his handsome, brooding son. Playing pretend as never been so thrilling, but then when it turned to her reality, no acting skill could protect her from the enigma called Mofe Ibru.
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    The Prince of Gylion (The Chronicles of Almoriden Book 1)

    by Jakob Chapman

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    What The Gods Allow

    by J.S. Frankel

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    Taking Life

    by Rod Rhimes

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    Schuyler Thorpe

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    Silent Remains

    by Zoe Durlock