A hit-and-run “accident” that killed an Amish farmer and two of his three children turns out to have been murder. Investigating the case, police chief Kate Burkholder confronts long-buried secrets from her own past.
Paris: The Novel illuminates thousands of years in the City of Light through vivid tales of characters both fictional and true, and with them, the sights, scents and tastes of Paris come to sumptuous life.
While Thomas Pitt converses with Rawdon Quixwood at a ball, word arrives that Rawdon’s wife, Catherine, was killed—by someone she had trusted. As rumors swirl, Pitt seeks to solve Catherine’s murder and defend her honor.
When Fancy Nancy's little sister draws a tattoo on Nancy’s precious doll in permanent marker, their mom suggests a fancy doll party to make Nancy feel better. But what if the doll drama isn’t over? (Ages 4-6)
Bad boy Luke Dawson left Rainbow Valley, but he couldn’t shake the memory of his one night of passion with animal shelter director Shannon North. Now he must choose between Shannon and his dreams of fame and fortune.
For the sake of his relationship with Lucy Kincaid, Sean Rogan is trying to put his questionable past behind him. But he finds himself compelled to help the FBI take down a rogue agent—who has it in for Sean.
When Rutherford Risk sends John Knox and Grace Chu to Amsterdam, the operatives must use all their cultural sensitivity and fighting skills to take down the vicious gang that’s enslaving young girls in a “knot shop.”
Introducing a new American hero—Navy SEAL sniper Gil Shannon—this blistering thriller pits a team of elite U.S. special ops warriors against the Taliban in an effort to rescue a female chopper pilot being held captive.
Alexandra “X” Beckmann is a shy American student seeking adventure in Naples. When she meets Lord Marcus Xavier Roscarrick, an aristocrat of voracious sexual appetites, she may get more adventure than she bargained for!
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