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The War Blog

The War Blog written by Glen Sobey is a story about a 17-year-old Crystal M. Rose who starts a movement that speaks out about rape, sexual abuse, and drug addiction. The story takes place in a small community which is depicted as an Alaskan Sodom and Gomorrah. The protagonist, Crystal, is the daughter of two drug addicts, who named her after their ...

The Wastelands

Roland, The Last Gunslinger, moves ever closer to The Dark Tower of his dreams-and nightmares-as he crosses a desert of damnation in a macabre world that is a twisted image of our own...

The Watanabe Name

Ever wonder about the reputation of a family’s name? The Watanabe Name, by Sakura Nobeyama is a fascinating historical fiction with mystery and suspense, intriguing characters and complicated family dynamics. The setting for this novel is in Japan. The author’s Japanese background and her education in English literature and history provide ...

The Wind Through the Keyhole

For those discovering the epic bestselling Dark Tower series for the first time—and for its legions of dedicated fans—an immensely satisfying stand-alone novel and a perfect introduction to the series.

In The Wind Through the Keyhole, Stephen King returns to the rich ...

The Young Communicator

When young Cara moves to a new home with her family and discovers some diaries under the floorboard of her new bedroom, life goes pretty crazy. Faced with challenges, mysteries, and adventures, Cara finds herself unable to sleep and anxious. The more she reads of Suzann’s diaries (from 50 years’ previous), the more Cara’s life begins ...

There Are No Saints

There Are No Saints by Stephen Kanicki is an engaging and subtly humorous tale set in the mid-1800s in Titusville, a tiny village in Pennsylvania. Like overgrown corn stalks, or macabre grand cathedrals, oil derricks sprouted from farmland. “oil… is the new religion of Titusville”. 
Told in the first person by Dexter ...

Third Degree

From New York Times bestselling author Greg Iles comes his latest tour de force thriller -- an unforgettable plunge into a world of sex, violence, marital betrayal, medical malpractice, and Southern intrigue . . . Greg Iles' new big-trouble-in-a-small-town thriller takes place in the span of a terrifying single day. Elizabeth Pike, thirty-five, ...

Three Cups of Tea

Some failures lead to phenomenal successes, and this American nurse's unsuccessful attempt to climb K2, the world's second tallest mountain, is one of them. Dangerously ill when he finished his climb in 1993, Mortenson was sheltered for seven weeks by the small Pakistani village of Korphe; in return, he promised to build the impoverished town's ...

Three Degrees and Gone

J. Stewart Willis, author of Three Degrees and Gone, is unusually perceptive of current political events and has created a fascinating, believable futuristic fictional tale. He has managed to incorporate the reality of global warming (hurricanes and vast flooding), the immigration problems faced on the U.S. border with Mexico and the economy into ...


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