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On a train bound for the Everlands, a fabled island that is said to remedy all ailments, many who are said to have "incurable" diseases wait as they speed toward their salvation in Beneath the Heavens by Christine O'Nell. Some are bedridden, some barely conscious, some just slowly wasting away. Saying they are relived when they get there is an understatement barely surviving a vulpiodon attack (the Everland's only real "threat") was heart-stopping enough.

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True to her word, Ava O'Brian is back and ready for action in the second book of the Intentions Trilogy, Deadly Intentions, by Lisa Kuehne. Just recovering from her near death experience involving a run in with some deadly demons, Ava is hoping for some rest and relaxation, including spending one-on-one time with her boyfriend, the irresistible Sam. But, alas, as always, therein lies a problem. It just so happens that her one and only is a dark angel himself. There goes the recreation Ava was pining for.

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The Sound of Red Returning Ever wish that there was just one Christian suspense novel out there that you could get your hot little hands on? Well, your dreams have just come true with Sue Duffy's new manuscript, The Sound of Red Returning! Prominent concert pianist Liesl Bower has had plenty of sorrow and danger in her young life. When she was a child, her alcoholic father caused the death of her beloved aunt. Her mentor, Professor Schell Devoe, was brutally murdered before her eyes.

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Eliza Walcott is going to have the dullest summer of her entire fifteen years. Her parents have carted her off to live with her aunt and uncle for the summer, in a little boondock town off the coast of Washington, while they are on a business tripin Florida, of all places. At least shell have a little recreation time. Not. Her dear Uncle Pat is making her get a summer job. Off the coast of Washington. In the middle of nowhere. When she is fifteen years old. Not going to happen, right? Wrong.

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Alexandras Secret Missiles, betrayals, and spies, oh my! You'll get all that and more in Annie Laura Smith's new novel, Alexandra's Secret. Set in the mid-1940's, right when World War II is just heating up, eighteen year-old Alexandra Cockrell has just graduated from the American Office of Strategic Services (it would take a couple days training just to be able to say the name) otherwise known as the OSS.

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Emma Woodhouse knows one thing for sure: she is an amazing
matchmaker and she is never going to fall in love. . . It
seems like it would contradict itself, right? Well, Emma has a
new project to find a lover for the simple and shy Harriet
Smith. Emma soon finds out that she's gotten in too deep and
if she keeps trying, she might lose everything!



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