Dugoni's legal thriller opens in San Francisco, with
wrongful death attorney David Sloane in the final stages of
a case regarding the defense of a corporation. Having won
14 cases in a row, he's used to hostile juries, and this
one is no different. Sloane despises his client Read more...
Fans of Naylor's previous books, including DOG HANDLING and
LOVE: A USER'S GUIDE will enjoy THE GODDESS RULES.
Kate Disney lives in a garden shed in the posh London
Primrose Place on her friend, Leonard's, lovely and large
property. Her mainstay is painting portraits of people's Read more...
When Gordon Reeve gets the phone call from the States about
his brother, Jim, supposedly committing suicide, he's
shocked. Why, he wonders, would a journalist working on a
big story (and possibly the biggest in his career) decide
to off himself? The answer -- he wouldn't.
Reeve served time Read more...
Claire is the 26-year-old reporter at Mod magazine who gets
to interview the hottest celebrities and compete with
magazines like Cosmo, but her personal life is a shambles.
Her live-in boyfriend is on a 29-day celibacy kick, and
she's all but ready to scream because Read more...
Jennifer Crane's favorite thing is shopping for designer
clothes. As an aspiring actress living in New York, she's
constantly on the prowl for a great deal, and her gay pal
Brian is there to help.
Melanie Prescott, Jenn's best friend and former roommate,
shows up in her Read more...
Jacobia (Jake) Tiptree and her best friend, Ellie, are new
real estate owners in their town of Eastport, Maine.
They're thrilled when tenants decide to move into the fixer-
upper on Long Cove Road, even if they are a coven of
witches and a barely verbal teenage girl. The Read more...
Third in the Bryant and May Mystery series, SEVENTY-SEVEN
CLOCKS is set in 1973 London, and begins the adventures of
the precocious detectives Arthur Bryant and John May.
Details about how Bryant and May first joined Scotland
Yard's Peculiar Crimes Division head up this compelling
read. As the Read more...
Meredith McKay (aka "Saint Meredith") was the good girl
growing up in her New Jersey family of five. Now she lives
in Atlanta with her southern boyfriend, Travis. Family
dynamics rarely change, and older brother Christian and
younger sister Hope still play the roles of playboy and
spoiled brat, respectively Read more...
When Los Angeles Times editor Arnold Griner receives
the first horrifying letter from "Mary Smith" detailing the
grisly shooting and slashing of a prominent Hollywood
actress and mother, former FBI agent Alex Cross is called
away from his first family vacation in years to profile the
serial murderer Read more...
This slim volume of poetry and photography focuses on major
life themes: adoration, music, death and dying, heartbreak,
Christian holidays, nature and natural phenomena and
spirituality. Brown's free verse is easily accessible to
any age group, but more appropriate for young adults and up.
Brown's poems unfold in Read more...
As the second installment in Grimwood's Arabesk trilogy,
EFFENDI follows Ashraf (Raf) Bey, now chief of detectives
in glittering El Iskandryia; a 21st century Ottoman Empire
akin to our present day Middle East, complete with madersa,
horse-drawn calechès, djinn and daily calls to prayer.
Hamzah Effendi is Read more...
Thomas Bolden grew up in the rough and tumble streets of
Chicago, never staying in one foster home for long, and
always wondering why his mother left him when he was only
six years old. Perseverance and hard work bring him to the
fast-paced world of New York's Read more...
As the second John March novel, this packs a gut-punch of
well-written intrigue and suspense. From the Shamus Award-
winning author of BLACK MAPS comes an intricate
continuation of New York private investigator John March's
story. After the murder of his wife, Anne, in the first
novel Read more...
Newbie investigative reporter Karen Glick is out to expose
the Billionaire Boys Club for tax fraud, a foursome of
greedy capitalists who've made their immense fortunes
through dirty means. After a posh dinner at the
Metropolitan Museum of Art's June fundraiser, she watches,
horrified, as Vampyr, a radical Read more...
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