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The armor of light

The armor of light

Follett, Ken, author
2023

A world filled with unrest wrestles for control over this new world order: A mother's husband is killed in a work accident due to negligence; a young woman fights to fund her school for impoverished children; a well-intentioned young man unexpectedly inherits a failing business; one man ruthlessly protects his wealth no matter the cost, all the while war cries are heard from France, as Napoleon sets forth a violent master plan to become emperor of the world.

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Brave girl, quiet girl

Brave girl, quiet girl

Hyde, Catherine Ryan, author.
2021

Brooke is a divorced single mom, financially strapped, living with her mother and holding tight to the one thing that matters most - her two-year-old daughter, Etta. Then, in a matter of seconds, Brooke's life is shattered when she's carjacked. Helpless and terrified, all Brooke can do is watch as Etta, still strapped in her seat, disappears into the Los Angeles night. Miles away, Etta is found by Molly, a homeless teen who is all too used to darkness. Thrown away by her parents and with a future as stable as the wooden crate she calls home, Molly survives day to day by her wits. As unpredictable as her life is, she's stunned to find Etta, abandoned and alone. Shielding the little girl from more than the elements, Molly must put herself in harm's way to protect a child as lost as she is. Out of one terrible moment, Brooke's and Molly's desperate paths converge and an unlikely friendship across generations and circumstances is formed. With it, Brooke and Molly will come to discover that what's lost - and what's found - can change in a heartbeat.

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Confessions of the dead

Confessions of the dead

Patterson, James, 1947- author
2024

Hollows Bend, New Hampshire, is a picture-perfect New England town where weekend tourists flock to see fall leaves and eat breakfast at the Stairway Diner. The crime rate -- zero -- is a point of pride for Sheriff Ellie Pritchett. The day the stranger shows up is when the trouble starts. The sheriff and her deputy investigate the mysterious teenage girl. None of the locals can place her. She can't -- or won't -- answer any questions. She won't even tell them her name. While the girl is in protective custody, the officers are called to multiple crime scenes leading them closer and closer to a lake outside of town that doesn't appear on any map.

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The devil's bones

The devil's bones

Haines, Carolyn, author
2021

In Carolyn Haines' The Devil's Bones,, spunky southern private investigator Sarah Booth Delaney tackles a thorny murder while away on a girls' weekend. Sarah Booth and Cece are in Lucedale, Mississippi, where the newly-pregnant Tinkie is treating her friends to a girls' weekend at the fabulous new Bexley B&B. The facials, organics, food, and fitness coaches are supposed to be phenomenal, but Tinkie's primary aim is to attend the Sunrise Easter Services at the incredible Palestinian Gardens, a miniature Holy Land that spreads over 20 acres and has recreations of all parts of Jerusalem-and to speak with the Biblical scholar, gardener, and creator of the Palestinian Garden Daniel Reynolds. After waking up at the crack of dawn for the service the three friends wander around the gardens, taking in the wonder of entire cities in miniature and the acres of the Holy Land, with the River Jordan winding through it all. The day is brightening when the find themselves at the Mount of Olives-with a dead body. Daniel identifies the dead man as local lawyer Perry Slay, who was well known for his sly and underhanded dealings, and had plenty of people out for his blood. When Erick Ward, a local pharmacist, is arrested, Sarah Booth takes the case. As the bodies pile up like a pillar of salt and the suspect list grows as long as the River Jordan, Sarah Booth, Cece, and Tinkie must resurrect the truth before their own lives-and that of Tinkie's unborn child-are endangered.

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The dog who knew too much

The dog who knew too much

Davis, Krista, author
2021

"America's favorite dog comes to pet-friendly Wagtail for some rest and relaxation, but Holly quickly discovers that this perfect pup is a total scamp who takes every opportunity to run off and misbehave. During an outdoor treasure-hunting game, the star dog and Trixie, Holly's beloved Jack Russell terrier, stumble across a dead body. Holly has more than murder to worry about, though, when a man shows up after reading an article featuring Trixie in a magazine and claims that he is the dog's rightful owner. Holly will need to prove that she is her pup's only parent and catch a killer to restore peace to her pet-loving happy place"-- Provided by publisher.

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First lie wins : a novel

First lie wins : a novel

Elston, Ashley, author
2024

The identity comes first: Evie Porter. Once she's given a name and location by her mysterious boss Mr. Smith, she learns everything there is to know about the town and the people in it. Then the mark: Ryan Sumner. The last piece of the puzzle is the job. Evie can't make any mistakes - especially after what happened last time. Evie Porter must stay one step ahead of her past while making sure there's still a future in front of her. The stakes couldn't be higher - but then, Evie has always liked a challenge.

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The frozen river : a novel

The frozen river : a novel

Lawhon, Ariel, author
2023

Maine, 1789. As the local midwife and healer, Martha Ballard has documented the details of an alleged rape that occurred four months earlier. Now, one of the men accused of that heinous attack has been found dead in ice. While Martha is certain she knows what happened the night of the assault, she suspects that the two crimes are linked, and that there is more to both cases than meets the eye. Over the course of one long, hard winter, Martha lands at the centre of the scandal that threatens to tear both her family and her community apart.

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Go as a river : a novel

Go as a river : a novel

Read, Shelley, author
2023

Seventeen-year-old Victoria Nash runs the household on her family's peach farm in the small ranch town of Iola, Colorado--the sole surviving female in a family of troubled men. Wilson Moon is a young drifter with a mysterious past, displaced from his tribal land and determined to live as he chooses. Victoria encounters Wil by chance on a street corner, a meeting that profoundly alters both of their young lives, unknowingly igniting as much passion as danger. When tragedy strikes, Victoria leaves the only life she has ever known. She flees into the surrounding mountains where she struggles to survive in the wilderness with no clear notion of what her future will bring. As the seasons change, she also charts the changes in herself, finding in the beautiful but harsh landscape the meaning and strength to move forward and rebuild all that she has lost, even as the Gunnison River threatens to submerge her homeland--its ranches, farms, and the beloved peach orchard that has been in her family for generations. Inspired by true events surrounding the destruction of the town of Iola in the 1960s, Go as a River is a story of deeply held love in the face of hardship and loss, but also of finding courage, resilience, friendship, and, finally, home--where least expected. This stunning debut explores what it means to lead your life as if it were a river--gathering and flowing, finding a way forward even when a river is dammed.

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The happy life of Isadora Bentley

The happy life of Isadora Bentley

Walsh, Courtney, 1975-, author
2023

Isadora Bentley believes that happiness is something that flat-out doesn't exist in her life -- and never will. As a university researcher, Isadora keeps to herself as much as possible. She avoids the students she's supposed to befriend and mentor. She lives her own quiet, organized life in her own quiet, organized apartment. And she will never get involved in a romantic relationship again -- especially with another academic. It will be just Isadora and her research. Forever. But on her thirtieth birthday, Isadora does something completely out of character. She makes an impulse purchase of a magazine featuring a silly article detailing Thirty-One Ways to Be Happy -- which includes everything from smiling at strangers to giving in to your chocolate cravings. Isadora decides to create her own secret research project -- proving the writer of the ridiculous piece wrong. As Isadora gets deeper into her research -- and meets a handsome professor along the way -- she's stunned to discover that maybe, just maybe, she's proving herself wrong. Perhaps there's something to be said for loosening up and letting life take you somewhere . . . happy.

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Killers of the Flower Moon : the Osage murders and the birth of the FBI

Killers of the Flower Moon : the Osage murders and the birth of the FBI

Grann, David, author
2017

Presents a true account of the early twentieth-century murders of dozens of wealthy Osage and law-enforcement officials, citing the contributions and missteps of a fledgling FBI that eventually uncovered one of the most chilling conspiracies in American history.

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A lady's guide to mischief and murder

A lady's guide to mischief and murder

Freeman, Dianne, 1958- author
2021

Frances, the widowed Countess of Harleigh, needs a venue for her sister Lily's imminent wedding. Risings, George Hazleton's family estate in Hampshire, is a perfect choice, and soon Frances, her beloved George, and other guests have gathered to enjoy the usual country pursuits. Above and below stairs, mysterious accidents befall guests and staff alike. As Frances and George search for the culprit among the assembled family, friends, and servants, more victims fall prey to the mayhem. Mishaps become full-blooded murder, and it seems that no one is safe.

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Maybe now

Maybe now

Hoover, Colleen, author
2023

What is more important? Friendship, loyalty, or love? Colleen Hoover and Griffin Peterson collaborate once again to bring fans of Maybe Someday back into the musical world of Ridge Lawson and Sydney Blake. And Maggie. And Warren and Bridgette.

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Maybe someday

Maybe someday

Hoover, Colleen, author
2023

When she discovers that her boyfriend is cheating on her, Sydney, a 22-year-old college student, must decide what to do next, especially when she becomes captivated by her mysterious neighbor Ridge.

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The path to Sunshine Cove

The path to Sunshine Cove

Thayne, RaeAnne, author
2021

Jessica Clayton, whose parents died under traumatizing circumstances, reevaluates her life on the road when she unexpectedly falls in love and reconnects with her sister, whose marriage is failing in the wake of a devastating diagnosis.

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A promise of ankles

A promise of ankles

McCall Smith, Alexander, 1948-, author
2020

The winds of change are blowing through Scotland Street. Though Bertie is getting older, he can't resist an adventure to escape his domineering mother, and Bruce, ever the navel-gazer, will have to bring his best self to navigate the complexities of the pas de deux. While Alexander McCall Smith's delightfully warm and witty comedy takes some surprising turns, the improbable adventures of this quirky cast of Scots will affirm the heart and joy in Edinburgh's New Town.

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