The Virgin Cure, by Ami McKay.
With her virginity slated to be used by a wealthy man to cure himself of syphilis, twelve-year-old Moth finds that she as made a deal with the devil when she leaves the mean streets of 1870s New York City and accepts shelter in a brothel.
Love & Freindship (sic) and Other Delusions, by Beth Andrews.
In this rewriting of Jane Austen's book Love & Freindship, Andrews has edited the book into a format that Austen may well have done herself if she had ever had the time to rewrite this satirical romance that she penned at the tender age of fourteen.
Fear Itself, by Andrew Rosenheim.
Is the American Bund planning to carry out acts of sabotage on American soil? FBI Agent Jim Nessheim thinks they are, but can he get his superiors to listen to him? Can Nessheim stop them before it is too late? Find out in this fast-paced historical thriller set in the late 1930s.
Cometh the Hour, by Jeffrey Archer.
The sixth installment in the Clifton Chronicles picks up where Mightier Than the Sword left off, and provides a satisfying set up for This Was a Man, the seventh and final installment of this exciting and addictive series.
The Art of War, by Stephen Coonts.
Jake Grafton and Tommy Carmellini team-up once again to save the world from utter destruction. This time, the Chinese are the bad guys and they have set into motion a plan to destroy, or at least cripple, the US Navy. They want to do this in order to give themselves time to play technology catch-up and to establish dominance in the South China Sea. Will they succeed in their plan or will Grafton and Carmellini stop them?
A Modern Mephistopheles, by Louisa May Alcott.
A suspenseful psychological thriller from the author of Little Women, which follows the downward spiral of a young poet after he makes an ill-conceived deal with a man so evil he might be the devil incarnate.
Ardennes 1944: The Battle of the Bulge, by Antony Beevor.
A gripping retelling of the Battle of the Bulge that takes the reader into the field, and shows them what it was like for soldiers on both sides of the conflict and both the command and foot soldier levels.
Malice, by Keigo Higashino.
This is a non-traditional locked-room mystery by one of Japan's best-selling authors. You might need to take notes to keep track of all the twists and turns in this intricately plotted story.
Death of a Liar, by M. C. Beaton.
This, the 31st offering in the Hamish Macbeth mystery series, centers upon a woman, who cries wolf one too many times. The end result is that Hamish has a murder to solve.
Orange Is the New Black: My Year in a Women's Prison, by Piper Kerman. Orange Is the New Black offers a compelling look at life inside the low-security Federal Correctional Institution, in Danbury, Connecticut, where the book's author served time for money laundering.
Daily Guideposts 2015: A Spirit-Lifting Devotional, by Guideposts Editors.
This devotional provides daily, inspirational readings that illustrate God's love in action, via first person accounts. Short scriptural readings are also provided along with information on where to go in the Bible, to read longer passages related to each day's devotional.
Threat Vector, by Tom Clancy, with Mark Greaney.
In this, the fifteenth book in the Jack Ryan series, we find the world on the brink of war as China launches a cyber attack on the U.S., while at the same time preparing to invade Taiwan...
MaddAddam, by Margaret Atwood.
Madd Addam is the long-awaited third volume in Atwood's dystopian trilogy, which began with Oryx and Crake and The Year of the Flood.
The Cuckoo's Calling, by Robert Galbraith.
On the one hand, this is the debut crime novel of Robert Galbraith. On the other hand, it is the ninth or so novel by J. K. Rowling, and her second adult novel. You choose whom you think the better author is...
The Land of Stories: The Enchantress Returns, by Chris Colfer.
In this, the sequel to The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell, the twins much once again go into the world of fairy tales, this time to rescue their mother who has been kidnaped by the evil Enchantress.
Before Happiness, by Shawn Achor.
In this prequel to The Happiness Advantage, learn how to find happiness and sustain a positive outlook, and how to use this powerful tool to achieve success.
The Lowland, by Jhumpa Lahiri.
A tale of two brothers bound by tragedy, a fiercely brilliant woman, a country torn by revolution, and a love that lasts long past death...
The Last Witness, by W. E. B. Griffin and William E. Butterworth IV.
The connections between a missing witness, a murdered society woman, the Russian Mob, a Mexican drug cartel, and more, are threads that Philadelphia homicide detective Matt Payne must untangle in order to solve the mystery at the heart of this, the eleventh book in the Badge of Honor series.
Bad Monkey, by Carl Hiaasen.
When an ex-cop, now relegated to the roach patrol, sets out to discover what happened to the body that goes with the arm in his freezer, hilarity ensues in this quirky mystery.
The Naming of the Dead, by Ian Rankin.
Set against the July 2005, G8 summit in Scotland, Inspector Rebus finds himself on the hunt for a serial killer, while dodging protestors, rioters, and the odd anarchist who are out in force to protest the summit.
Tomb of the Serpent, by Guy Fraser.
1863 Scotland, Superintendent Henry Jarrett is hot on the trail of a serial killer - only problem is - the trail is very, very cold...
Spartan, by Matthew Dunn.
Will Cochrane is an operative with MI6's super secret Spartan Section. In this case he is sent to track down a terrorist who plans on jump-starting Armageddon. If he fails, the world as we know it will cease to exist!
The Stranger House, by Reginald Hill.
The eclectic Hill novel combines elements of the gothic, historical, suspense, and mystery genres to expose readers the 1960s case of the Child Migrants who where forcibly removed from England and shipped off to the farthest reaches of the empire, often enduring many horrors along their way to adulthood.
Maya Was Grumpy, by Courtney Pippin-Mathur.
Maya is grumpy. She doesn't know why, but grumpy she is. So much so she actually growled at her gramma! Rather than take offense, gramma offers some silly suggestions that quickly turns Maya frown upside down. For ages 4-8.
ezRead Electronic Reading Aid, from Carson Optical.
Transforms your TV into a Visual Aid! This is an easy-to-use, hand-held, electronic reading aid that connects to your TV. Text and images are magnified and displayed on your TV screen, in full color. The level of magnification depends upon the size of your TV. For example, you will get a 5.3x magnification on a 14" television, 8x on a 21" television, and 12.2x on a 32" television.
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.