Monday, November 12, 2018

RD: Week of 12 November, 2018




Under the Mistletoe Collection, by Cindy Roland Anderson, Annette Lyon, Julie Coulter Bellon, Sarah M. Eden, Heather B. Moore, and Jennifer Griffith

#1 Amazon Bestseller in Holiday Romance
#1 Amazon Bestseller in Inspirational Romance

Another collection in the USA TODAY-bestselling and RONE Award-winning Timeless Romance Anthology series!

The Under the Mistletoe Collection features six contemporary novellas, all adding sweet romance to the Christmas season.

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The Art of Crash Landing, by Melissa DeCarlo

For the first time. Mattie Wallace travels to her mother’s hometown and gets sucked into the mystery that changed her family forever.

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Little Big Love, by Katy Regan

One of Real Simple's Best Books of 2018

Liam Jones was the love of Juliet’s life, but shortly after their son Zac was born, Liam disappeared without a trace.
When Juliet, inadvertently admits that 10-year-old Zac's father is the only man she's ever loved, he decides to go find him and deliver his mom the happily ever after she deserves.

But Liam left for a reason, and as Zac searches for clues of his father, Juliet begins to rebuild what shattered so many years ago.


On the Front Line: The Collected Journalism of Marie Colvin

Veteran Sunday Times war correspondent, Marie Colvin was killed in February 2012 when covering the uprising in Syria.

Marie Colvin held a profound belief in the pursuit of truth, and the courage and humanity of her work was deeply admired. Immediate and compelling, On the Front Line is a street-view of the historic events that have shaped the last 25 years, from an award-winning foreign correspondent and the outstanding journalist of her generation.

An Orwell Special Prize winning journalism collection and the subject of the movie A Private War, starring Rosamund Pike and Jamie Dornan.


The Governess of Highland Hall, by Carrie Turansky(Edwardian Brides Book 1)

#1 Bestseller in Women's Sagas 

Worlds lie between the marketplaces of India and the halls of a magnificent country estate like Highland Hall.

Will Julia be able to find her place when a governess is neither upstairs family nor downstairs help? 


The Girl from Scorpions Pass, by Miri Furstenberg

Five-year-old Miri was left for dead in a brutal terror attack that kills her parents. 

Hours later, she was rescued by soldiers, but the horror of that night remained locked in her heart for sixty years until she was ready to tell her story. 

Miri and the State of Israel were both born in 1948, and her story is bound together with evocative scenes from the country’s own. From Tel Aviv in the austere 1950’s, to the relative comfort of kibbutz life, helping unearth Masada, and serving in uniform during the Six Day War, the author’s vivid memories and stark self-reflection make riveting reading.


Dave Barry's Money Secrets: Like: Why Is There a Giant Eyeball on the Dollar? by Dave Barry

Did you ever wish that you really understood money? Well, Dave Barry wishes that he did, too. But that hasn’t stopped him from writing this book. 

In it, Dave explores (as only he can) such topics as:
• How the U.S. economy works, including the often overlooked role of Adam Sandler
• Why it is not a good idea to use squirrels for money
• Strategies that will give you the confidence you need to try for a good job, even though you are—let’s be honest—a no-talent loser
• How corporate executives, simply by walking into their offices, immediately become much stupider
• An absolutely foolproof system for making money in the stock market, requiring only a little effort (and access to time travel)
• Why good colleges cost so much, and how to make sure your child does not get into one
• How to reduce the cost of your medical care by basically not getting any
• Estate planning, especially the financial benefits of an early death
• And many, many pictures of Suze Orman


Followed by Frost, by Charlie N. Holmberg

“Charlie is a vibrant writer with an excellent voice and great world building.”
     —Brandon Sanderson, author of Mistborn and The Way of Kings

Seventeen-year-old Smitha's wealth, status, and beauty make her the envy of her town—until she rejects a strange man’s marriage proposal and disastrous consequences follow. Smitha becomes cursed, and frost begins to encompass everything she touches. Banished to the hills, hunted by villagers, and chilled to the very core of her soul, she finds companionship with Death, who longs to coax her into his isolated world.

But Smitha's desire for life proves stronger than despair, and a newfound purpose gives her hope. Will regrets over the past and an unexpected desire for a man she cannot touch be enough to warm Smitha’s heart, or will Death forever still it?

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A Mail-Order Wish, by Janelle Daniels

She wants to be needed...

After a mail-order bride fiasco leaves Olivia Hardy without a groom, she now owns a house and gold mine with eight other women, lives in a town full of rough-and-tumble miners, and has very little peace. When she sees a precious treasure for sale from her beloved state of Georgia, she's determined to help the man to whom it rightfully belongs . . . whether he wants her help or not.

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Killing Season: The Unsolved Case of New England's Deadliest Serial Killer, by Carlton Smith

A New York Times-bestselling journalist traces a string of unsolved murders—and the botched investigation that let the New Bedford Highway Killer walk away.

Over the course of seven months in 1988, eleven women disappeared off the streets of New Bedford, Massachusetts, a gloomy, drug-addled coastal town that was once the whaling capital of the world. Nine turned up dead. Two were never found. And the perpetrator remains unknown to this day.

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