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Jump into Autumn with these great books out in October!

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A prim bookseller and a hard-boiled ghost team up to catch a cunning killer…


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The perfect match may be closer than they imagine . . .


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Fierce characters, steamy chemistry, and twists you won't see coming!


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Elusive truth. Missing witness. Deadly trial.


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She must become a fearsome gladiator . . . and kill the queen.



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Also by John Lewis:

Walking with the Wind, February 2015
Hardcover
March, February 2015
Paperback
March, August 2013
Paperback
Across That Bridge, May 2012
Hardcover

Across That Bridge
John Lewis

Life Lessons and a Vision for Change

Hyperion
May 2012
On Sale: May 15, 2012
208 pages
ISBN: 1401324118
EAN: 9781401324117
Kindle: B007FSHN9G
Hardcover / e-Book
$22.99
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Non-Fiction History | Non-Fiction Memoir

Although it has been decades since the historic social upheavals of the 1960s, Americans continue to look to the Civil Rights Movement as the apotheosis of political expression. With an engaged electorate once again confronting questions of social inequality, there’s no better time to revisit the lessons of the ’60s and no better leader to learn from than Congressman John Lewis.

In Across That Bridge, Congressman Lewis draws from his experience as a leader of the Civil Rights Movement to offer timeless guidance to anyone seeking to live virtuously and transform the world. His wisdom, poignant recollections, and powerful ideas will inspire a new generation to usher in a freer, more peaceful society.

The Civil Rights Movement gave rise to the protest culture we know today, and the experiences of leaders like Congressman Lewis have never been more relevant. Now, more than ever, this nation needs a strong and moral voice to guide an engaged population through visionary change.

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Colbert Report - August 13, 2013
Good Morning America - July 2, 2012

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