Miss Buncle’s Book

Miss Buncle’s Book is a recent title out from literary fiction author D.E. Stevenson, another in her series of quaint novels that feature small town life in England during the middle part of the 20th century. This story follows one woman whose unexpectedly successful turn as a writer ends up affecting the lives of the people she sees everyday.

The life of Barbara Buncle has become very tough in recent days. She doesn’t have much money so she sets out to write a novel, hoping to be able to live off of the proceeds. After she can’t seem to find the inspiration …

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Beautiful Redemption: A Novel (The Maddox Brothers Series, Book #2)

Beautiful Redemption is the latest novel from contemporary romance author Jamie McGuire and the second installment in her series featuring the unique cast of characters that are the Maddox boys. This novel features a burgeoning romance between two law enforcement officials who are thrown together to recruit an alleged criminal with mob ties, who is also the brother of one of the detectives.

Thomas Maddox is the Special Agent in Charge at the San Diego FBI office. He is great at putting some of the street’s toughest criminals behind bars. The only man the arrogant and ruthless investigator hasn’t caught is his …

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Love Me Sweet (A Bell Harbor Novel)

Love Me Sweet is the most recent novel published by contemporary romance author Tracy Brogan and the latest in that writer’s series of novels based in Bell Harbor, MI. This small town plays the setting for yet another intimate fling between two people who get stuck trying to escape aspects of their lives.

Delaney Masterson has lived a life in front of the cameras with her famous parents and reality TV child. The media made her out to be a wild child but a recently released video from an ex-boyfriend of Delaney’s has her running to the seclusion of Bell Harbor. …

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The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry: A Novel

The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry is the first novel written by literary fiction author Rachel Joyce, a relative newcomer to the Amazon scene. This story follows the journey of one man who crosses a countryside to deliver a message but winds up having a series of experiences that deepens his appreciation of his own life.

Harold Fry has been stuck in a rut for years, living in a small English town with a wife who seems unhappy with whatever he does. One day, he receives word that an old acquaintance of his, Queenie Hennessy, is nearing the end of her life. …

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Clapton: The Autobiography

Clapton: The Autobiography is a self-penned title by acclaimed rock superstar Eric Clapton, a guitarist and songwriter responsible for some of the most iconic rock and roll music ever written. This very personal memoir discusses the issues that Clapton has struggled with in his life, including unrequited love, drug addiction and extreme loss, and the positive ways he’s found to cope.

Born in 1945 and raised mainly by his grandparents, Clapton fell in love with the guitar during his early teenage years. He went on to become a very popular guitarist in the British club scene but he wouldn’t rise to …

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One Night Stand

One Night Stand is a romance novel penned by co-authors J.S. Cooper and Helen Cooper, both of whom are former New York Times Bestselling writers. This stand-alone romance novel follows the story of a night of pure fun that ends up turning into something a lot more complicated.

Liv Taylor is a young woman looking to have some fun which is why she sneaks out of her house one night to attend the wedding of a former roommate, along with the after party. That night, after plenty of drinks and conversation, she ends up hooking up with Xander James. Upon leaving the …

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The Last Original Wife: A Novel

The Last Original Wife is a recent novel written by fiction author Dorothea Benton Frank, a former New York Times Bestselling writer. This book features the story of a woman breaking free from Southern high society in order to rediscover what she truly wants out of life.

Leslie Anne Greene Carter has remained among the upper echelon of Atlanta society as many of her friends fell by the wayside after being divorced by their husbands. In fact, Leslie is the final “original wife” among the entire set of friends kept by her husband Wesley. Les’s world is already pretty unhappy after seeing …

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Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School

Brain Rules is a text on how people learn and the way our brains operate written by molecular biologist John Medina. This updated edition of his original 2009 publication includes a multitude of practical information about neuroscience that is designed to make a positive impact on the actual lives of readers.

As many scientists who have studied the brain are aware, physical activity is very important for making sure that the brain stays as alert and receptive as possible. This book explains some misconceptions and myths about brain activity, including the actual effects of sleep and stress on the brain and …

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The Girl on the Train: A Novel

The Girl on the Train is the debut fiction release for author Paula Hawkins on Amazon and this title has quickly risen to the top ranks of Amazon bestsellers for the Kindle format. This psychological thriller features the plight of one woman who gets involved in an escalating and dangerous situation after she notices something suspect out of the corner of her eye during her daily commute.

Every day on her train ride into work, Rachel observes the long line of suburban houses that stretches along the railroad tracks on her way into the city. She’s also grown accustomed to observing …

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Never Never

Never Never is a piece of young adult fiction co-written by authors Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher that is equal parts love story and psychological mind-bender. This mysterious story features two people who meet as strangers only to find out that they were in a romantic relationship and must piece together what happened to them.

Charlize, or Charlie, and Silas are high schoolers who realize in the middle of one of their classes that their memories have been wiped clean, except for a few stray pieces of information that managed to stick around in their brains. The pair are quickly drawn …

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The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is a New York Times bestselling book written by journalist Rebecca Skloot that features some of the greatest medical breakthroughs of the 20th century and the story of the young woman whose death helped to bring about those discoveries.

In 1951, a poor tobacco farmer from Virginia named Henrietta Lacks succumbed to an aggressive cancer at the age of 30. Without any consent from her or her family, a sample of the cancerous tissue is taken from her body. From these cells, medical scientists are able to produce a cell line that is able to live …

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Maude

Maude is a historical account put together by author Donna Mabry from the pages of the writer’s own family history. This vivid account of the life of the writer’s grandmother, available for an incredibly low sale price as of this writing, depicts the struggle of one woman who faces a life of hardship with a strong resoluteness over the course of the first half of the 20th century.

At fourteen years of age in the year 1906, Maude obediently follows the advice of her family, especially her sister, as she is married off at a very young age. She is charged …

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The Art Forger: A Novel

The Art Forger is a New York Times bestselling novel penned by historical fiction and thriller writer B.A. Shapiro. This much praised book gives readers an intriguingly high-stakes story set within the world of fine art and examines the actions of those who would forge classic paintings.

Twenty-five years before the outset of this novel, the largest unsolved art heist in known history occurred at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Many priceless canvases were stolen, including a number by Edgar Degas. Years later, one of those Degas paintings appears in the Boston studio of artist Claire Roth. Claire enters into a deal with a …

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The Essential Calvin and Hobbes: A Calvin and Hobbes Treasury

The Essential Calvin and Hobbes is a collection of the most popular Calvin and Hobbes comic strips as drawn by renowned comic artist Bill Waterson, the creator of this comic series. This award-winning comic strip is available for Kindle owners and has been optimized for use on tablets that can display color eBooks.

This collection offers readers the combined content of a couple of Calvin and Hobbes collections previously published: Calvin and Hobbes and Something Under The Bed Is Drooling. This treasury includes some of the earliest cartoons penned by Waterson for the series and includes both black-and-white daily strips as well as …

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