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Bring Out the Dead
By Alex Shalenko
Severozavodsk, Russia is no one's choice destination. A frozen industrial wasteland, it is a grim place where secrets are buried by blizzards and men. When Jake Levin and Bill Jones, American financial analysts in search of an investment opportunity, arrive in Severozavodsk, they will get much more than they bargained for, as the darkness at the heart of the city surges and primal, inhuman forces begin to stir under the permafrost. Even with the help of beautiful and secretive Olga, will Jake and Bill survive the reckoning with powers beyond their comprehension that threaten the town and all in it?
Leah's Seduction (Books 1-4) (Gianni and Leah)
By Emily Jane Trent
The wealthy entrepreneur pursues Leah Ivers, thinking she might be the author of a journal he has become obsessed with. At first, his goal is to determine if she wrote the sexual fantasies in the diary. But the way Gianni and Leah respond to each other takes the relationship deeper, and both get more than they expect.
“It was as if he saw her clearly even at a distance, and the electricity that radiated between them was undeniable.”
The Sunny Side of the Mountain (A Northern Woods Novel Book 1)
By Charliann Roberts
He was her rock, her soul. He was her everything. When he told her they should go their separate ways it hurt so much. Cassandra knew as she watched Sean walk away from her, that she’d never love anyone with the depth and emotion that she loved him. Heartbroken and forlorn she surrendered to deep compulsive sobs.
She tucked those feelings away when she thought she had finally found the “perfect” husband. However, soon after the birth of their twins, she began to see another side of Jeff that he’d kept hidden from her.
Surviving a turbulent marriage that almost kills her, Cassandra is finally convinced to file for divorce. She takes the twins and heads up north deep into the woods to a cabin where no one will find them... but she soon she discovers they're being followed.
A Northern Woods Novel
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Grumpy Old Wizards
By John O'Riley
Fifty years after the Disaster, the world is vastly different from days of old. Wizardry is the norm and magical talent is categorized. Josephine O'Connor, an eighty-four-year-old with a penchant for off-beat antics, is a category six, which means she possesses magical powers as rare as they are unsettling and a talent for psychometry that is so strong and acute that she can read the psychic impressions in a room without touching anything.
With her unique physiology, she’s over 80 years of age and still gets carded at R-rated movies. Most of the time it’s flattering but it can sometimes be a nuisance. For the most part, Josephine spends her days like any other retirement community member. She plays cards with friends, attends get-togethers, and occasionally visits the beach until she is called upon by the police to investigate a crime scene left behind by a suspect with powers equal to her own.
Now the race is on. Can an out-of-practice wizard marshal her abilities and catch a menace before he becomes so powerful even she can’t stop him?
Tiger Tail Soup: A novel of China at war
By Nicki Chen
When bombs fall within earshot of An Lee’s home on the southern Chinese island of Kulangsu, she’s pregnant and her husband is missing. He appears days later wearing the uniform of a Nationalist Chinese Army officer. During the next seven years, she sees him again only twice. She’s left alone to protect their children, her mother, and her mother-in-law. Their island is spared from invasion for a time because of its status as an international treaty port. But on December 7, 1941, the Japanese launch a coordinated attack on Pearl Harbor and all the international enclaves in China. Under occupation, starvation and disease are rampant. Enduring loneliness, fear, and the death of those she loves, An Lee struggles to keep hope alive. In this lyrical and emotionally charged novel inspired by her late husband’s tales, Ms. Chen paints a fascinating portrait of love and resilience in a time of war. Even in wartime, a mother must dream, and An Lee’s repeated dreams of white tigers and a dog-eating monk need interpretation. Traveling to the mainland, she consults with a famous abbot who tells her that her dreams foretell an illustrious life for her son, yet to be born. She hurries home to find that her husband has finally returned, only to leave again the following morning. He can’t promise when he’ll be back. While An Lee waits, she stocks the pantry, buries the family gold, and memorizes her “treasure map.” As bombs fall across the water and refugees in small boats are shot down by Japanese fighter planes, she gathers with her mother and mother-in-law to consider whether they should escape to Hong Kong or Manila. But how can they flee when her mother can barely walk on her crippled bound feet? They decide to stay. Surrounded by the enemy, An Lee gives birth to a son, Ah Chew, her tiger boy. For the next three years, the people on Kulangsu exist as a “solitary island,” neither occupied nor free. One stormy night, a strange man dressed in fisherman’s garb attracts An Lee’s attention by throwing pebbles against her bedroom window. He leads her to where a boat is waiting to take her to a fishing junk anchored offshore, where she will spend one precious night with her husband. Then on December 7, 1941, bombs fall on Pearl Harbor. Simultaneously, Japanese troops march on Kulangsu. They confiscate food and fuel and order a curfew. An Lee joins the Kulangsu Cultural and Resistance League, an underground group that performs anti-Japanese street theater. But when she loses two of the people she loves most, she falls into a deep depression from which only her “tiger boy” can save her.