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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 ...

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 Lives

For most of us, one life is enough. Imagine having three. Nicholas Gambit did. One man, three very different reasons for being. 

Almost graduated from University and soon to leave a Kansas City ghetto he can't wait to get away from, Nicholas is drawn into a conflict he wants no part of. His world crashing down around him, ...

Tomorrow's End

Tomorrow's End by G. R. Morris is the story of a Savior - Kevin Knight, a young teenage boy that has been told his entire life that he will be the Savior. Kevin's life has been less than perfect--his stepfather makes sure of that. In Tomorrow's End you will become acquainted with aliens, changelings and a variety of other characters. ...

Touch the Ocean

James Nemec is the author of the book Touch the Ocean: The Power of our Collective Emotions. When Mr.Nemec is not writing, he is a craniosacral therapist. In his book,he delves into the history of craniosacral, connections with dolphins, and with the environment. Nemec combines science and intuition to help heal individuals that were considered beyond ...

Twilight

Isabella Swan's move to Forks, a small, perpetually rainy town in Washington, could have been the most boring move she ever made. But once she meets the mysterious and alluring Edward Cullen, Isabella's life takes a thrilling and terrifying turn. Up until now, Edward has managed to keep his vampire identity a secret in the small community ...

 

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