Young’s battles with anxiety make you forget you are reading about a Hall of Famer, and make you root for him at every turn. A serious political critique.” ―New York Times Book Review (front page) by Bernie Sanders – “…Sanders shares his personal experiences from the campaign trail, recounting the details of his historic primary fight and the people who made it possible.
Visitors flock here to sample world-class wines, snap up young designers’ wares, and tour “Middle-earth.” Fodor’s Essential New Zealand, in full color, helps visitors make the most of their time, whether they choose to stay on the North or South Island or island-hop through the country.” — is the book we’ve been waiting for, one that tackles the seemingly insurmountable problems of our time—from inequality to partisan gridlock to terrorism. By showing how countries around the world have overcome these problems, — “.. he argues that the Democratic party―once “the Party of the People”―now caters to the interests of a “professional managerial class” consisting of lawyers, doctors, professors, scientists, programmers, even investment bankers . And for the millions looking to continue the political revolution, he outlines a progressive economic, environmental, racial, and social justice agenda that will create jobs, raise wages, protect the environment, and provide health care for all — and ultimately transform our country and our world for the better.
Phillips’ affinity for and expertise in Scottish cultural heritage enrich this classically structured, well-paced tale. While his style is an acquired taste, Phillips crafts a thoughtful story with lovely settings while exploring appealing themes of secrets, vulnerability, and traditional values, including duty to family.” — Campos, Kate. by Winston Graham -“In the enchanting second novel in Winston Graham’s beloved Poldark series, Demelza Carne, an impoverished miner’s daughter Ross Poldark rescued from a fairground brawl, now happily finds herself his wife. Flynn’s name, Flynn’s characters, and Mills’ skill will take this one to the top of the charts, territory already familiar to Mitch Rapp.” (Booklist by Dorte Hansen — “Hansen’s haunting debut novel spans 70 years, from 1945 to the present, presenting a progression of women who carry their histories with them. Ross has no choice but to start his life anew……With an unforgettable cast of characters that spans loves, lives and generations, this extraordinary masterwork from Winston Graham is a story you will never forget.” — back cover by Catherine Ryan Hyde — “Pete Solomon finds a new best friend and an injured mutt on the same day.
Against the stunning backdrop of eighteenth century Cornwall, Demelza sweeps readers into one of the greatest love stories of all time.” – back cover by Juliet Marillier — “A rich tale that resonates of deepest myth peopled by well-drawn characters who must sort out their personal demons, while unraveling mysteries both brutally human and magical.”—Kristen Britain, New York Times bestselling author of the Green Rider series by Margaret Atwood – – “Atwood has designed an ingenious doubling of the plot of “The Tempest”: Felix, the usurped director, finds himself cast by circumstances as a real-life version of Prospero, the usurped Duke. Hansen’s passages about the house and its village are fully realized and vivid, allowing for the setting to enhance the characters. The best friend, Justin Bell, is sensitive and thoughtful, like he is, but he’s also African American, while Pete is white, and in Texas in 1959, this is not OK.
If you know the play well, these echoes grow stronger when Felix decides to exact his revenge by conjuring up a new version of “The Tempest” designed to overwhelm his enemies.”—The Washington Post by Kyle Mills — “This series continues to be the best of the best in the high-adventure, action-heavy thriller field . The mutt is rejected by the local vet because he’s actually part wolf, and Pete’s only choice is to sneak out to the remote cabin where a lady doctor is rumored to be more kind to animals than to people. Lucy Armstrong spends her entire alimony check fixing up strays, so she can’t afford to take in one more that won’t be paying.
But instead he discovers his father has died, his home is overrun by livestock and drunken servants, and Elizabeth — believing Ross to be dead — is now engaged to his cousin.
She’s unemployed and depressed, so her sister, Angela, and close friends Chloe and Victoria are determined to turn her life around. Nearing the end of his life, the octogenarian tells a story of young love, an unexpected pregnancy, and a relationship cut short by Vance’s father.
While at a school fair for her daughter, Angela meets the admissions director of Hudson Day School (an elite New York City school) and manages to get Kate (who is highly unqualified) an interview for an admissions-counselor position. The old man has decided that rather than leave his fortune to his company’s Board of Directors, he’d rather find out if he has an heir-and that’s where Bosch fits into the picture.
Authorities assumed the plane exploded due to an IRA bomb, but Pirie isn’t so sure. The subsequent murder of Hank’s old business partner and the kidnapping of VBI investigator Lester Spinney’s son suggest Hank’s killer is still at large and won’t go down without a fight. by David Morrell – “”Stellar writing and storytelling. as she takes Bigalow deep into the Everglades to find some centuries-old trees whose immunity to disease may be the key to saving the state’s citrus crops. A highly detailed and always interesting critical narrative of [Hitler’s] political life…
Pirie, a tough heroine cut from the same cloth as Mc Dermid’s other fictional stalwart, Carol Jordan, never backs down from a thorny question or a seemingly impossible case.” — Agent: Jane Gregory, Gregory & Company. Evocative prose, a strong sense of place, and a simple yet satisfying conclusion elevate this expertly crafted whodunit. Fans of mysteries that show an appreciation of the great outdoors will love this gun-toting, plane-flying, boat-living heroine.” — Keefe, Karen. What mark[s] him out is his conscious abandonment of conventional morality: the monstrous, shameless ease with which he lied, betrayed and murdered…Ullrich’s narrative of Hitler’s rise to power…