• Not the Ones Dead

    Not the Ones Dead

    Stabenow, Dana

    When the body of a man shot gangland style is found in the wreckage of a mid-air collision in the Alaskan wilderness, Kate Shugak, as the investigation reaches to the highest levels of the government, is determined to find the truth, risking her life andthe lives of those she loves most.

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  • Verity and the Forbidden Suitor

    Verity and the Forbidden Suitor

    McAvoy, J. J.

    "A spirited and independent heiress defies the expectations of society to chase happily ever after in this irresistible romance from the author of Aphrodite and the Duke. With her brother, the Duke of Everely, married off to the beautiful and charming Aphrodite Du Bell, Verity Eagleman feels more alone than ever within the cold halls of the family estate. So when she's invited to stay in the Du Bells' clamorous, boisterous home, she leaps at the chance. When Verity crosses paths with Theodore Darrington,the doctor who saved her brother's life, she can't help but notice how her heart flutters anytime...

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  • I Could Live Here Forever

    I Could Live Here Forever

    Halperin, Hanna

    "By the author of Something Wild, a gripping portrait of a tumultuous, consuming relationship between a young woman and a recovering addict When Leah Kempler meets Charlie Nelson in line at the grocery store, their connection is immediate and intense. Charlie, with his big feelings and grand proclamations of love, captivates her completely. But there are peculiarities of his life-he's older than her but lives with his parents; he meets up with a friend at odd hours of the night; he sleeps a lot and alwaysseems to be coming down with something. He confesses that he's a recovering heroin addict,...

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  • Hard Rain

    Hard Rain

    Allen, Samantha Jayne

    "From the Tony Hillerman Prize-winning author of Pay Dirt Road comes Hard Rain, Samantha Jayne Allen's mesmerizing next novel set in a hardscrabble Texas town dealing with disaster. In shock and found clinging to a tree branch, Bethany Richter is pulled from thrashing floodwaters that have decimated the town of Garnett, Texas and killed a dozen others. Six months after solving the murder of a local waitress, Annie McIntyre is working as an apprentice P.I. when she's handed her first solo case: uncover theidentity of the man who rescued Bethany before he was swept downriver. When Annie's search turns up...

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  • Just as You Are

    Just as You Are

    Kellogg, Camille

    "Liz Baker and her three roommates work at The Nether Fields, a queer magazine in New York that's on the verge of shutting down-until it's bought at the last minute by two wealthy lesbians. Even though Liz is eager to leave listicles behind for more meaningful writing, she knows that she's lucky to still have a paycheck. But it's hard to feel grateful with minority investor Daria Fitzgerald slashing budgets, cancelling bagel Fridays, and password protecting the color printer to prevent "frivolous use." When Liz overhears Daria scoffing at her articles, she knows that it's only a matter of her...

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  • Who Cries for the Lost

    Who Cries for the Lost

    Harris, C. S.

    "The dead man smelled like fish. Rotting fish. Pale, bloodless, and faceless, he lay on the stained granite slab in the center of Paul Gibson's ancient stone outbuilding, filling the small room with a foul stench. But then, bodies pulled from the Thames did have a nasty tendency to reek of fish. Fish, brine, tar, and-if it was warm and they'd been in the water long enough-decay. The outbuilding stood at the base of a newly planted garden that stretched out behind the medieval Tower Hill house where Gibsonkept his surgery, and he paused now in the doorway to suck...

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  • Juno Loves Legs

    Juno Loves Legs

    Geary, Karl

    Juno Loves Legs is the story of two teens labeled as delinquents. Juno and "Legs" grow up on the same housing estate in Dublin, where spirited, intelligent Juno is ostracized for her poverty and Legs is persecuted for his sexuality; they find safety onlyin each other. Set against the backdrop of Dublin in the 1980s, a place of political, social and religious change, the friends yearn for an unbound life and together they begin to fight to take up the space of who they truly are. Told through the eyes ofJuno, we see the pair begin to navigate the political...

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  • The Marigold

    The Marigold

    Sullivan, Andrew F.

    "The Marigold melds ecofiction with body horror as it weaves disparate storylines around a crumbling condo tower, its foundation plagued by a grotesque infection, and illustrates the precarious role of community and the fragile designs that bind us together"--

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  • Only Love Can Hurt Like This

    Only Love Can Hurt Like This

    Toon, Paige

    "In the spirit of Colleen Hoover and Jojo Moyes's Me Before You, an unforgettable and heartbreaking love story with an earth-shattering secret at its core that asks the question: is love worth risking everything for?"--

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  • Murder on Bedford Street

    Murder on Bedford Street

    Thompson, Victoria

    "Nobody could accuse Frank Malloy of being a snob. As a former Irish Catholic policeman, he was, in fact, the kind of person snobs usually looked down on. He might be a millionaire now, but lots of people still looked down on him because he'd always be Irish no matter how much money he had. This was why he felt a little guilty about feeling snobbish about the prospective client who had just been escorted into his office. Hugh Breedlove, according to his calling card, was not Irish or poor and would have been shocked to learn Frank had already...

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