Long Live the King
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Second in the Dilberne fortune trilogy, this Downton Abbey era fiction details the life of parents trying to marry off their children.
Joshua Dread
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It’s hard enough having parents who are super-villains, but when Joshua discovers that he too has a superpower, things get even more challenging. And, if that weren’t bad enough, there are smoke creatures kidnapping the worst of the villains. Superhero fans will enjoy this adventure.
The Perfect Fake
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An ex-con in financial straits is coerced into forging an ancient map. Too many people become interested in the map causing several mysterious deaths.
Where The Mountain Meets The Moon
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Under the shadow of Fruitless Mountain, a young, courageous, and quick-thinking girl sets out to consult the mythic figures of her legendary village with hopes of bringing good fortune back to the lives of her friends and family. This book is a fantastic adventure.
Side effects
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An unstable young woman enters a world of prescription drugs, blackmail and murder. If you enjoy Alfred Hitchcock movies, check this one out.
Beautiful Ruins
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This novel has three stories woven together covering a half a century in time with the movie industry as a background.
Bone Rattler
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A mystery set in colonial America begins with Duncan McCallum being transported to the New World for the crime of protecting his uncle from the British.
Castle Waiting
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Once upon a time there was a story about a castle and its inhabitants that was riddled with references from fairy tales, songs and popular culture. Uncovering the references is only one aspect of the fun in this well-told adventure.
The Black Count
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This riveting work of non-fiction reads like an historical novel as the author delves into the history of the man who inspired Alexandre Dumas to write "The Count of Monte Cristo." A man whose exploits were legendary, courageous, and could have changed history...but didn't. It is the story of Dumas' father.
Benjamin Bear in Bright Ideas!
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Benjamin has some really good ideas, but some need a bit more thought!
After I'm Gone
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A rich man's mysterious disappearance continues to affect his family and friends for years.
Cover of Snow
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Nora Hamilton searches for the reason why her husband committed suicide. An intricate plot holds the reader's attention until the very last page.

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