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Amelia Grey's Fireside Dream

By Abby Clements
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Abby Clements
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An Apple for the Creature

By Harris Kelner
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Harris Kelner
What could be scarier than the first day of school? Take a crash course in the paranormal from editors Charlaine Harris and Toni L. P. Kelner in An Apple for the Creature, featuring thirteen all-new tales straight from the classroom. Your schooldays are supposed to be the happiest days of your life - until you start thinking of your worst school nightmares: not knowing which is your classroom door; finding yourself naked in Assembly! But those fears will pale in comparison to these thirteen original stories, which take academic anxiety to whole new realms. You'll need more than an apple to stave off the creatures in these spooky scholastic stories! Featuring 13 all-new original tales out of school by Ilona Andrews, Amber Benson, Rhys Bowen, Mike Carey, Charlaine Harris, Donald Harstad, Steve Hockensmith, Nancy Holder, Faith Hunter, Toni L.P. Kelner, Marjorie Liu, Jonathan Maberry, Thomas Sniegoski.
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Angels,Mystics,Intell: Our World

By Jonathan Black, David Bauckham
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Jonathan Black
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David Bauckham
The Sacred History is an account of the workings of the supernatural in history. It tells the epic story of angels, from Creation, to Evolution through to the operations of the supernatural in the modern world. This tale of how people and peoples have been helped by angels and other angelic beings is woven into a spellbinding narrative that brings together Krishna, Moses, Buddha, Elijah, Mary and Jesus, Mohammed, Joan of Arc, the angels who helped Hungarian Jews persecuted by the Nazis, and stories from African, Native American and Celtic traditions. Told from the spiritual point of view, The Sacred History relates every betrayal, every change of heart, every twist and turn, everything that looks like a coincidence, every portent, every clue, every defeat, every rescue moments before the prison door clangs shut. This is the angelic version of events. (P)2013 WF Howes Ltd
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Alone in the Classroom

By Elizabeth Hay
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Elizabeth Hay
In a small prairie school in 1929, Connie Flood helps a backward student, Michael Graves, learn how to read. Observing them and darkening their lives is the principal, Parley Burns, whose strange behaviour culminates in an attack so disturbing its repercussions continue to the present day. Connie's niece, Anne, tells the story. Impelled by curiosity about her dynamic, adventurous aunt and her more conventional mother, she revisits Connie's past and her mother's broken childhood. In the process she unravels the enigma of Parley Burns and the mysterious, and unrelated, deaths of two young girls.
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America

By Stephen Coonts
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Stephen Coonts
USS AMERICA, the most technologically advanced nuclear-powered submarine ever built, is hijacked in front of hundreds of people gathered to watch its departure on its first operational cruise. As the sub disappears into the North Atlantic, the joint chiefs realise that AMERICA carries the United States' newest weapon: cruise missiles with electromagnetic pulse warheads designed to fry every electronic device within a ten-mile radius. Within hours, missiles from the sub rain down on Washington, D.C., starting a massive fire in the White House, bringing down jet-liners and destroying nearly all the electronic devices in the nation's capital. Called upon to find the rogue sub, Jake Grafton must determine who is behind the carnage, what they want and, most importantly, how to stop them.
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Ausperity

By Lucy Tobin
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Lucy Tobin
We're all feeling poor. Our wages mightn't have risen for a long time, but taxes, food, heating, clothes, pets, driving, kids, booze, leaving the house - and paying for the privilege of living there - certainly have. Life costs more - but that doesn't mean it has to become rubbish. No need for a hairshirt or holiday-less year: treats can stay on the agenda. This book contains so many money-saving ideas and tips that together they'll knock thousands off the cost of living. It's less shiver-me-timbers-I-can't-afford-the-heating, more ten easy tips to slash your heating bill by a third. We're poor, but we don't need to be bored or boring. This book lays out how to save it - so you can squeeze more value out of your hard-earned cash.
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At Your Mercy

By CC Gibbs
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CC Gibbs
An indecent wager means that one Russian beauty could lose more than just her good reputation. Alisa Forseus is a virtuous but unsatisfied beauty, married to a man she doesn't love. Prince Nikolai Kuzan, an established playboy of the aristocracy with a reputation that precedes him, has never once let a female conquest slip through his fingers. When the two come face-to-face, Alisa can't deny the immediate attraction. The feeling is mutual, and Prince Nikolai decides that Alisa will be his last and greatest conquest. But when Nikolai wins the game and takes the prize, he's surprised to discover that he's won more than he bargained for. Bewitched by the lovely Alisa, Nikolai feels the stirrings of a passion in his heart. Suddenly the tables are turned, and Nikolai must fight to win Alisa's hand away from her husband if he is to possess the only woman he has ever truly loved.
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At Her Command

By CC Gibbs
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CC Gibbs
Nothing can distract the enigmatic Hugh D'Abernon, Marquis of Darley, from his mission to reconnoiter the city of Sevastopol. That is, until he lays eyes on Aurore Clement. Aurore knows it's her responsibility to work for French command and nurse her wounded soldier brother, but a chance meeting with the dashing Marquis ignites in her a passion that drives all thoughts of duty from her mind. As war continues to rage around them, Hugh and Aurore are swept up by a love that burns hotter than the conflict that threatens their very lives.
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Alone With You

By CC Gibbs
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CC Gibbs
Zoe Chandler flees to a secluded lake house to finish a breaking expose on the hidden world of art collectors. She thinks being alone will help, until she spies her muscular neighbor, and now she's not so sure... The trouble is: he wants to be left alone. Nick Morovic's CIA past haunts him almost as much as the beautiful Zoe next door. But when her writing begins to spark controversy, Nick is the only one there to protect her. He wants to help Zoe, but can he trust her? She'll do everything she can to persuade him...
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Africa

By Michael Bright
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Michael Bright
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African Dawn

By Tony Park
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Tony Park
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Accabadora

By Michela Murgia
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Michela Murgia
When Maria, the fourth child of a widow, is adopted by the old and childless Bonaria Urrai, her life is instantly transformed - she finally has the love and affection she craves. But her new 'soul mother' is keeping something hidden from her, a secret life that is intimately bound-up with Sardinia's ancient traditions and customs.
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  • The Assassin

    By Stephen Coonts
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    Stephen Coonts
    When an old friend asks the President of the United States to name a warrior to lead a private war on the masterminds of terror, the president sends Jake Grafton, who takes along his loyal lieutenant, Tommy Carmellini. Al Queda general Abu Qasim soon learns what is afoot, and decides to terrorize the bankers and industrialists who are making war on him.Tommy is up to his eyes in beautiful women and corpses as he tries to piece together the puzzle and keep Grafton's friends alive. But who is killing whom? With bombs ticking, bullets flying, and blood flowing, Tommy and Jake close in on Abu Qasim, who has one last nasty trick up his sleeve, one he's been planning for many years...
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    Ashes

    By Sergios Gakas
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    Sergios Gakas
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    As Though She Were Sleeping

    By Elias Khoury
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    Elias Khoury
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    The Adversary

    By Michael Walters
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    Michael Walters
    For more than twenty years a hidden hand has ruled the backstreets of Ulan Baatar, but now Muunokhoi, the once untouchable head of the Mongolia's largest and most powerful criminal empire, has finally been caught.It should be the Serious Crime Team's finest hour. But nothing is ever that simple in the new Mongolia. When Muunokhoi's trial starts to collapse, Nergui and Doripalam - the ex-head of the Team and his one-time protégé - are forced to acknowledge that something rotten lies at the heart of the organization they have dedicated their lives to. With the crime lord's acquittal impending, and his revenge a cold certainty, Nergui and Doripalam are not even sure they can trust each other.
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    Apocalypse

    By John Michael Greer
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    John Michael Greer
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    Alice Brown's Lessons in the Curious Art of Dating

    By Eleanor Prescott
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    Eleanor Prescott
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    Artillery of Lies

    By Derek Robinson
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    Derek Robinson
    1943. British Intelligence has finally got to grips with the Eldorado Network, Germany's most successful spy ring. It turns out to be one man in a small room in Lisbon, inventing phony (but convincing) reports. For two years he has pulled the wool over German Intelligence's eyes, and made a killing. The British soon find that Eldorado's a real handful. They bring him to England, so they can manage his dispatches, and discover that living with a genius can be a headache. Eldorado rapidly creates a team of top sub-agents around him. None of them exists. But power - even imaginary power - is intoxicating, and he begins to treat his fake sub-agents as if real. Big trouble ahead. Artillery of Lies is the hair-raising sequel to The Eldorado Network, all the more funny for being soundly based on the true story of a real Second World War spy.
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    An Epic Swindle

    By Brian Reade
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    Brian Reade
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