Being Frank, by Donna W. Earnhardt.
A witty picture book for ages 4-8, it tells the story of Frank who discovers that being brutally honest is not always the best policy...
Best-Loved Short Stories, edited by Evan Bates.
Eleven classic short stories from around the world, by writers such as Gustave Flaubert, Guy de Maupassant, Chekhov, Leo Tolstoy, Rudyard Kipling, D. H. Lawrence, James Joyce, Edgar Allan Poe, O. Henry, Willa Cather, and F. Scott Fitzgerald.
House of Earth, by Woody Guthrie.
Although completed in 1947, Woody Guthrie's only novel was not published until 2013. It is a story about one family's struggle to survive the dust bowl, and to build an adobe home that would stand up to the wind and other elements.
Paris: The Novel, by Edward Rutherfurd.
...from the building of Notre Dame to the machinations of Cardinal Richlieu; from the court of Versailles to the French Revolution; from the hedonism of the Belle Époque, to the heyday of the impressionists; from the tragedy of the First World War to the Nazi occupation; from the French Resistance, to the 1968 student revolt...
Charlotte & Leopold, by James Chambers.
This is a charming biography of Princess Charlotte, second in line to take over the British throne from her grandfather, George III. It also details her great, but short lived romance, with her husband, the penniless Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld.
No Kiss for the Devil, by Adrian Magson.
When his ex-lover, Helen Bellamy is found murdered, PI Frank Palmer goes on the hunt for her killer. At the same time he struggles to protect his colleague, the journalist Riley Gavin, as she investigates a man who might have ties to the Russian mob.
The Somme Stations, by Andrew Martin.
This, the seventh book in the Jim Stringer, Steam Detective mystery series, finds Stringer joining the army to fight in France. However, he encounters his first casualty on the docks before his ship even leaves port...
Operation Fortitude, by Joshua Levine.
An engaging narrative that details the espionage activities that helped ensure the allied success during the D-Day invasion of the Normandy beaches.
The Baghdad Railway Club, by Andrew Martin.
The eighth book in the Jim Stringer, Steam Detective mystery series finds Stringer as a Captain in the army during the dark days of World War One. Wounded on the Western Front he soon finds himself posted to Baghdad, tasked with hunting down a potential traitor, and helping get the Baghdad railway up and running.
Mr Zero, by Patricia Wentworth.
When Lady Sylvia finds herself in a pinch, she calls upon her cousin Gay to help get her out of the mess she's in. And, she's in an awful fix. She's wracked up a mess of gambling debts and is being blackmailed into stealing government documents to work off her debts.
ezReadPro, from Carson Optical.
A wireless electronic reading aid that allows you to transform you television or PC into a visual aid, providing up to 20x magnification of text and pictures in your choice of black and white, or color.
Daylight Ultimate Floorstanding Lamp
Elegant, multi-functional, and suitable for every decor, the Daylight Ultimate Floor Lamp is a must-have item for anyone desirous of a full spectrum, natural light source - indoors.