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The first in a new fantasy duology, The Glass Spare is a gorgeously told tale of love, loss, and deadly power from Lauren DeStefano, the bestselling author of the Chemical Garden series.
Wilhelmina Heidle, the fourth child and only daughter of the king of the world’s wealthiest nation, has grown up in the shadows.
Until one night Wil is attacked, and she discovers a dangerous secret.
At first Wil is horrified—but as she tests its limits, she’s drawn more and more to the strange and volatile ability.
But finding the key to her redemption puts her in the path of a cursed prince who has his own ideas for what to do with Wil’s power.
When it leads to tragedy, though, Wil is forced to face the destructive power within her and finally leave her home to seek the truth and a cure.
With a world on the brink of war and a power of ultimate destruction, can Wil find a way to help the kingdom that’s turned its back on her, or will she betray her past and her family forever? .
Kept hidden from the world in order to serve as a spy for her father—whose obsession with building his empire is causing a war—Wil wants nothing more than to explore the world beyond her kingdom, if only her father would give her the chance.
” On cultural perceptions of fantasy: “The direction of escape is toward freedom.
In her last great frontier of life, old age, she explored a new literary territory: the blog, a forum where she shined.
Le Guin on the absurdity of denying your age: “If I’m ninety and believe I’m forty-five, I’m headed for a very bad time trying to get out of the bathtub.
So what is ‘escapism’ an accusation of?” On breakfast: “Eating an egg from the shell takes not only practice, but resolution, even courage, possibly willingness to commit crime.
Le Guin took readers to imaginary worlds for decades.
The collected best of Ursula’s blog, No Time to Spare presents perfectly crystallized dispatches on what mattered to her late in life, her concerns with the world, and her wonder at it: “How rich we are in knowledge, and in all that lies around us yet to learn.
Sunny Randall joins forces with the most important man in her life—her father—to crack a thirty-year-old case.
As a sharp-eyed investigator and a doting parent (“You’re smart.
You, too, are a paradigm of law enforcement- perfection, and you’re my kid”), Phil calls on his daughter Sunny to help trap the criminal who eluded him so many years before.
Though she has no evidence against Bob Johnson, she trusts her intuition.
When the killer strikes a second time and a third, the murders take a macabre turn, as, eerily, the victims each resemble Sunny.
In a compelling game of cat-and-mouse, Sunny Randall uses all her skills to draw out her prey, realizing too late that she’s setting herself up to become the next victim.
After interviewing just a handful of suspects, Sunny is certain that she’s found her man.
While her father pressures her to drop the case, her need to create a trap to catch her killer grows.
When a serial murderer dubbed “The Spare Change Killer” by the Boston press surfaces after three decades in hiding, the police immediately seek out the cop, now retired, who headed the original task force: Phil Randall.
And she knows the power she has over him—she can feel the skittishness and sexual tension that he radiates when he’s around her—but convincing her father and the rest of the task force is a different story.
Small-town gossip never much bothered Olivia Westerly.
It’s easy to ignore the raised eyebrows over her late-in-life marriage to Charlie Doyle.
Especially when an orphaned, eleven-year-old-boy shows up on her doorstep, looking for the grandfather he never met.
But when his murderous secret comes looking for him, the entire town embraces the lonely widow and desperate child to show itstrue heart when danger threatens one of its own.
From award-winning USA TODAY Bestselling Author BETTE LEE CROSBY, the first book of a gritty, small-town, family saga in the tradition of the finest Southern fiction.
As a single career woman, she’s weathered her share.
But after he drops dead on their honeymoon, the whispers are salt on her raw grief.
Behind Ethan Allen Doyle’s wary blue eyes lie heavily guarded emotions that unexpectedly tug on Olivia’s heart, and she finds herself wanting to win his trust.
A heartwarming tale of love, loss and unexpected gifts, featuring a woman you’d like to call friend, a boy you will ache to hug, and a town you wish you could call home.
USA TODAY BESTSELLER AND WINNER OF FIVE LITERARY AWARDS – Royal Palm Literary Award, Reviewer’s Choice Award, FPA President’s Book Award, IAN Outstanding Fiction Award, Eadon Contemporary Fiction Award.
Will the killer follow his pattern and move on, or has Dare County become his permanent hunting ground?The Malone Brothers series consists of standalone novels with recurring characters.
The little tomboy who’d followed him and his brothers around is now grown up and drop-dead gorgeous, and he finds himself thinking about her in ways he’d never done before.
As the two get to know each other all over again, local law enforcement asks Sean to help find the man who has tortured and killed three women.
Malone Brothers series:Take the Money and Run (Book 1)The Devil’s Spare Change (Book 2)The Ultimate Price (Book 3) – Coming Soon.
“Steamy and suspenseful, with a couple to root for and an evil villain to hate, The Devil’s Spare Change is the kind of romantic suspense I love to read!”—NYT Bestselling Author Christy ReeceFBI agent Sean Malone’s homecoming is interrupted by two things—a pleasant surprise from his youth and a deranged serial killer.
Whisper, North Carolina, where she’d spent her childhood summers, is the perfect place for Grace Whitman to open her new business—especially when she finds her adolescent crush has returned as well.
Twenty-three and single, Riley thinks resolutions should be fun, not hard.
But can she overcome the memory of a failed relationship – and can he do the same? And who is the secret admirer who keeps leaving pennies and notes for her to find?.
Just before midnight, she vows to make the easiest resolution ever: save her pennies and at the end of the year, buy something nice for herself.
Or is it?Working at a cancer treatment center can change one’s perspective, and before long Riley decides to donate her extra money to cancer research rather than reward herself.
She also finds herself face-to-face with Paul, the grouchy but cute bank teller.
At first her resolution is her own secret, but all too soon the nurses figure out her plan, and then things really begin to get out of hand!As people through the hospital, and then the town, begin to get involved, Riley finds herself at the front of the fund-raising campaign.
Ace Backwards gives us our first real foray into the daily life of street people.
Ace himself admits that no book can teach you to survive the countless turbulent pitfalls awaiting you on the street – each street person’s situation is unique.
For those of us who will never live on the streets, this book gives a brutally honest peek into an alien world from the eyes of a native.
However, this book offers specific tips on street survival that worked – and some that didn’t, which might be just as valuable for those who could learn from Ace’s mistakes.
Intended to be written as a how-to for anyone comtemplating or more likely thrust by circumstances into street life, it is an uncensored and candid look at an entirely different world that exists co-dependently with the one with which most of us are familiar.