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  • A Scarlet Cord In the four years since her husband’s death, Melanie LaSalle’s life has been consumed with managing the family design firm and caring for her five-year-old daughter, Jerica. The possibility of a new relationship is the last thing on her mind. But when Melanie meets Joel Ellington, a new staff ... Read Book
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  • We Speak for Ourselves From the row houses of Baltimore to the stoops of Brooklyn, the New York Times bestselling author of The Cook Up lays bare the voices of the most vulnerable and allows their stories to uncover the systematic injustice threaded within our society. Honest and eye-opening, the pages of We Speak for ... Read Book
  • Charmed Life At first, orphan Cat Chant isn’t jealous of his magically gifted sister Gwendolen. After all, she is the only family he has left. But, then the mysterious sorcerer Chrestomanci adopts them and changes their lives forever. In this book, which won the Guardian Award for Children’s books, author ... Read Book
  • One Mississippi Mark Childress is the author of the New York Times best-seller Crazy in Alabama. Here he again turns his keen literary eye to smalltown Southern living. Yankee transplant Daniel Musgrove can’t seem to fit in at his Mississippi high school. When he meets fellow outsider Tim Cousins, things look ... Read Book
  • Secret Justice In the dead of night, Lieutenant Kent “Rat” Rathman and his secret Special Forces counterterrorism team parachute into the Sudanese desert, where an arms merchant is delivering weapons to Wahamad Duar, the world’s most wanted terrorist. Eventually Duar is captured. But an enemy within Rat’s ... Read Book

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    Thomas Paine argues for American independence. His argument begins with more general, theoretical reflections about government and religion, then progresses onto the specifics of the colonial situation.

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