Hakim & Terrance Shadow Mystery by Bernadine Feagins

Hakim & Terrance Shadow Mysteryby Bernadine FeaginsPaperback, 68 PagesPublished August 7, 2009Synopsis: Hakim and Terrance Shadow Mystery is a wonderful story about a lost dog. Two best friends go on an adventure to bring Shadow home. Along the way you will meet nice neighbors, some kind business owners and many others. The mystery begins when... Continue Reading →

Along Came a Spider by James Patterson

Along Came a SpiderBy James PattersonPublished in 1992Paperback, 502 PagesFrom GoodReads.com,A missing little girl named Maggie Rose. A family of three brutally murdered in the projects of Washington, D.C. The thrill-killing of a beautiful elementary school teacher. A psychopathic serial kidnapper/murderer who calls himself the Son of Lindbergh. He is so terrifying that the FBI,... Continue Reading →

Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen

Lock and KeyBy Sarah DessenPublished in 2008Paperback, 432 pages  4.5 on 5!!From GoodReads.com,Ruby can take care of herself. She's used to counting on no one and answering to nobody. But all of that changes when her mother vanishes and Ruby is sent to live with her older sister, Cora. Now Ruby's got her own room... Continue Reading →

Heidi by Johanna Spyri

Heidiby Johanna SpyriPublished in 1880Hardcover, 288 pages5 on 5!From GoodReads.com,What happens when a little orphan girl is forced to live with her cold and frightening grandfather? The heartwarming answer has engaged children for more than a century, both on the page and on the screen. Johanna Spyri’s beloved story offers youngsters an endearing and intelligent... Continue Reading →

True Believer By Nicholas Sparks

True BelieverBy Nicholas SparksPublished by May 31st 2005 by Time Warner Book GroupPaperback, 434 pages3.5 on 5!From GoodReads.com,As a science journalist with a regular column in Scientific American, Jeremy Marsh specializes in debunking the supernatural. A born skeptic, he travels to the small town of Boone Creek, North Carolina, determined to find the real cause... Continue Reading →

The Piligrims by Mark Shelley

The PilgrimsBy Mark ShelleyPublished August 13th 2008 by Hesperus Press LtdPaperback, 112 pages4 on 5!From GoodReads.com,  In the title story, a knight living alone in his isolated mountain fortress shows hospitality toward two pilgrims who appear from the mountains seeking shelter. Entreated to tell them of his sorrow, the knight unburdens himself and relates a... Continue Reading →

The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown

The Lost Symbol (Robert Langdon, #3)By Dan BrownPublished September 15th, 2009HardCover, 509 PagesFrom GoodReads.com,Vehicles move through the murky night, carrying highly secret material. And that clandestine material will only be available -- after midnight – to those who have signed non-disclosure notices. The plot of the new Dan Brown novel? No, it’s actually how reviewers... Continue Reading →

Family Plots: Love, Death & Tax Evasion by Mary Patrick Kavanaugh

Family Plots: Love, Death & Tax Evasion by Mary Patrick KavanaughPublished October 27th 2008 by iUniverse.com  Paperback, 300 pagesFrom GoodReads.com,Family Plots is a fresh and funny autobiographical novel about a young mother trying against all odds to create a normal family life with her new husband, a criminal attorney, who—it turns out—is committing a few... Continue Reading →

Soul Catcher by Leigh Bridger

Soul Catcher (The Outsider Series #1)by Leigh BridgerPublished October 1st 2009 by BelleBooks, Inc.Paperback, 320 pages4 of 5!Description From the Gothic eccentricity of Asheville, North Carolina to the terrifying recesses of the Appalachian wilderness, from modern demonology to ancient Cherokee mythology, SOUL CATCHER follows the tormented journey of folk artist Livia Belane, who has been... Continue Reading →

Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

Things Fall Apartby Chinua AchebeFirst published in 1958Paperback, 224 PagesLliterary awardsMargaret Wong Memorial PrizeFrom GoodReads.com,THINGS FALL APART tells two overlapping, intertwining stories, both of which center around Okonkwo, a “strong man” of an Ibo village in Nigeria. The first of these stories traces Okonkwo's fall from grace with the tribal world in which he lives,... Continue Reading →

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