Cecelia Ahern - Fiction - 2004 - 384 pages
Holly has always depended on her husband's practical advice to keep her going and despairs when she loses him to brain cancer, until a package arrives filled with advice for ...
Bill Myers - Juvenile Fiction - 1994 - 150 pages
Scott & Becka have left Brazil & begun the year at their new U.S. school when they discover that a local bookshop is the hub of a Ouija board cult.
Jill Winters - Fiction - 2006 - 325 pages
Heading eastward to New York to take a plum job at The Cooking Channel, Los Angeles chef Gretchen Darrow suddenly finds herself coping with backstabbing peers, a jaded and ...
Millenia Black - Fiction - 2005 - 287 pages
A modern-day family begins to unravel thanks to the discovery of one man's double life and its repercussions for everyone involved. A first novel. Original.
Beverly Lewis - Juvenile Fiction - 2002 - 149 pages
Holly is excited about her mother's wedding, and she's thrilled to help plan it--but their ideas about a perfect wedding don't match! Meanwhile, Holly's "first love" has ...
Marion Meade - Fiction - 2010 - 450 pages
"In twelfth-century France, two of Europe s greatest minds met and fell in love. It was a love forbidden by the world around them and eventually they were torn apart from each ...
Bill Myers - Juvenile Fiction - 1995 - 170 pages
In colonial Massachusetts in 1690, Josiah, Hope, and their cousin Rebecca overcome their differences and restore their friendship to form a "merry band."
Dennis L. McKiernan - Fiction - 1998 - 471 pages
Tip and Beau and their allies--Elves, Dwarves, mages, Silver Wolves and their warrior maidens--contend with the powers of darkness in their battle to save Mithgar
Alison G. Taylor - Fiction - 1996 - 338 pages
When a woman's skeleton turns up in the small Welsh hamlet of Gallows Cottage, a group of three very different policemen uncovers a two-hundred-year-old conspiracy of silence ...