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Bluff

Bluff

by Dill, Julie

Seventeen year-old Chelsea Knowles is your average teenager. But she's harboring a secret that very few people know: she and her dad can't pay the bills. Broken by his wife leaving, Chelsea's father ignores his parenting responsibilities. Between cheer costs, grocery bills, electricity, and other financial burdens, Chelsea knows it'll be up to her to keep the lights on...

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The Boy from Tomorrow

The Boy from Tomorrow

by DeAngelis, Camille

Josie and Alec both live at 444 Sparrow Street. They sleep in the same room, but they’ve never laid eyes on each other. They are twelve years old and a hundred years apart.

The children meet through a hand-painted talking board—Josie in 1915, Alec in 2015—and form a friendship across the century that separates them...

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By Blood Sworn

By Blood Sworn

by Jones, Janice

As the Dagger, Alex Stone hunted down supernatural threats on covert ops team, Night Command. After the capture of a particularly bad-ass vampire, Tristan Ambrose, Alex gets out of the game. In the years following her departure, Alex started a hot new clothing line and moved on with her life...

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The Case of the Deadly Doppelganger

The Case of the Deadly Doppelganger

by Banks, Lucy

Only a few months have passed since the day Kester Lanner forced an angry ghost through the spirit door, but business prospects  for Dr. Ribero's supernatural agency haven’t improved. Things are looking grim when the agency lands a contract which they must share with a rival agency headed by Dr Ribero’s sworn enemy, Larry Higgins...

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The Case of the Green-Dressed Ghost

The Case of the Green-Dressed Ghost

by Banks, Lucy

"Banks’s debut marks the start of a promising urban fantasy series, something like Ghostbusters with a British accent." - Publisher's Weekly Kester Lanner didn’t know what to expect when he followed his mother’s dying request to contact the mysterious Dr. Ribero, but he wasn’t expecting to find his long lost father...

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Dewey Fairchild, Parent Problem Solver

Dewey Fairchild, Parent Problem Solver

by Horn, Lorri

“[Dewey’s] string of triumphs will have readers cheering him on, rolling in the aisles, and wishing they could line up for consultations.” – Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review Dewey Fairchild isn’t just good with parents, he’s great with them. He’s so good at handling parents that he’s built a thriving business out of it...

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Dream Me

Dream Me

by Berla, Kathryn

Every night Babe dreams of a boy she’s never met before named Zat. But Zat is no ordinary daydream. He’s actually a human from the distant future, who has travelled back in time to be with Babe in the only way that he can be—in her dreams. But the dreams leave Babe more and more tired and pained each morning...

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Eddie the Electron

Eddie the Electron

by Rooney, Melissa

Eddie the Electron wants to educate kids everywhere about what it's like to be an electron! He's cute, super enthusiastic, ambitious, smaller than the tip of a pencil and he doesn't want to be confused with a proton or an atom...

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Eddie the Electron Moves Out

Eddie the Electron Moves Out

by Rooney, Melissa

In this sequel to Eddie the Electron, Eddie is free from the balloon which held his Helium atom, and he’s off on a new adventure, as his lighter-than-air atom rises above the houses and trees… All the way to the upper reaches of Earth’s atmosphere, where sky and space meet...

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Fever Tree

Fever Tree

by Applegate, Tim

When a handsome and mysterious stranger arrives in Crooked River, the town is consumed by rumors. Although a deeply private young man, Dieter befriends everyone from deckhands to shopkeepers. On the rebound from a disastrous relationship, the charming but hesitant Maggie Paterson falls in love...

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Fire

Fire

by Manuel, Belle

Chelsea and Chad are twin elementals; humans born with the power to control and shape the elements. They, and many other elementals, are forced to hide their powers as many non-elementals fear them, especially fire-starters like Chelsea. The twins are only just learning true command of their powers, and what they can do...

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Follow You Down

Follow You Down

by Bradley, Michael

New York defense attorney Neil Brewster has everything he's ever wanted: an expensive Manhattan apartment, a gorgeous fiancé, a forthcoming partnership in his law firm, and a reputation for winning even the most hopeless cases. His utter ruthlessness and bullying--both in and out of the courtroom--are legendary, and have been since his childhood...

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The French Impressionist

The French Impressionist

by Bischoff, Rebecca

Rosemary is fifteen and gloriously free, on her own for the very first time. Part of an exchange program for aspiring artists, she arrives in southern France with one goal: she doesn’t plan to leave, ever.  She wants a new life and a new identity. But her situation, crafted from lies big and small, is precarious...

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The Girl from Old Nichol

The Girl from Old Nichol

by Annand, Betty

Born into extreme poverty in the very worst of the London slums, young Gladys Tunner strives to survive her circumstances, including her alcoholic parents. Desperation and dreams for a better life are a constant...

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Going Places

Going Places

by Berla, Kathryn

Everyone had high expectations for Hudson Wheeler. His fourth grade teacher even wrote to his parents that Hudson was "going places." But everything went downhill after his father died on the battlefield of Iraq one year later...

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The Hawkman

The Hawkman

by Rosenberg LaForge, Jane

A great war, a great love, and the mythology that unites them; The Hawkman: A Fairy Tale of the Great War is a lyrical adaptation of a beloved classic...

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Hour Glass

Hour Glass

by Rene, Michelle

Set in the lawless town of Deadwood, South Dakota, Hour Glass shares an intimate look at the woman behind the legend of Calamity Jane told through the eyes of twelve-year-old Jimmy Glass.

After their pa falls deathly ill with smallpox, Jimmy and his sister, Hour, travel into Deadwood to seek help...

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The House at 758

The House at 758

by Berla, Kathryn

“A moving, mysterious coming-of-age story.” – Kirkus Reviews Sixteen year old Krista is still grieving the untimely death of her mother when her father's new girlfriend moves into their home. He's already moved on and wants Krista to do the same, but she's not ready to resume a normal life yet...

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In Her Blood

In Her Blood

by Jones, Janice

Alex Stone wants to pretend the supernatural doesn't exist. As the owner of a hot new clothing line, the only thing she's killing is her competition - until she gets a phone call from her past. As the Dagger, she was a member of the covert ops team tasked with hunting threats of the supernatural kind...

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Lala Pettibone's Act Two

Lala Pettibone's Act Two

by Mastrogiovanni, Heidi

Lala Pettibone, a forty-something widow whose outrageous antics befit women half her age, has been imagining her sexy boss, Gerard, is as smitten with her as she is with him. Enter Gerard’s fabulous girlfriend from Paris...

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Life Detonated

Life Detonated

by Murray Moran, Kathleen

“A raw, somber emotional journey that concludes with hope and a measure of forgiveness.” – Kirkus Reviews  The gripping true story of Kathleen Murray, a young mother whose life was changed on September 11, 1976 when her husband, Brian Murray, a NYPD bomb disposal expert, was killed by a terrorist’s bomb...

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Lucky Me

Lucky Me

by Kapur, Saba

For eighteen year old Gia Winters, having a movie star for a father, a former Playboy bunny as a mother, a Hollywood mansion, and a closet stocked with Chanel is simply another day in the life. But her world is turned upside down when her father mysteriously hires a group of bodyguards to trail the family 24/7 and threatening phone calls from a “Dr. D” start buzzing daily...

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The Magnificent Flying Baron Estate

The Magnificent Flying Baron Estate

by Bower, Eric

Waldo Baron awakes one morning to find his inventor parents have turned their house into a flying machine, and they intend to enter into a race across the country in the hopes of winning the $500 prize. His parents’ plans go astray when they are kidnapped by Rose Blackwood, the sister of notorious villain Benedict Blackwood, who intends to use the prize money to free her brother from prison...

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Mammoth

Mammoth

by Perry, Douglas

The small, isolated town of Mammoth View is hit with terrifying news on a summer morning: a mysterious, large-scale attack is unfolding in the surrounding forest. It’s not clear what happened, but it’s bad. And it’s not over. As residents flee in panic, Police Chief Hicks and his deputy set off into the woods to investigate.    The attack seems like the perfect coincidence for Billy Lane...

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Morgan Otter Saves the Sea Turtles

Morgan Otter Saves the Sea Turtles

by Thompson, Tara V.

Eight-year-old Morgan Otter moves from her home in the hot Arizona desert to damp, green Georgia when her father gets a new job. She attends a day camp at the Nature Center where she meets new friends and learns about the animals of the Lowcountry, including endangered sea turtles. As Morgan learns about the sea turtles, she vows to become a sea turtle superhero with her new friend, Claire...

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The Mourning Parade

The Mourning Parade

by Reno Langley, Dawn

Natalie DeAngelo lost everything the day her two young sons were killed in a school shooting. Desperate to find relief from her unspeakable loss, she volunteers as a veterinarian on an elephant sanctuary in Thailand, but soon realizes she may be in over her head. Battling the memories that torment her day and night, Natalie must find a way to heal an angry, injured elephant named Sophie...

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On Cedar Hill

On Cedar Hill

by Kresl, Emil

Cedar Hill. An upper-middle class community with an abundance of unseemly stories. Enjoy a voyeuristic glance into what lies beneath the manicured lawns and picturesque families. From one man’s attempt to cope after a devastating diagnosis to a neighborhood kidnapping that continues to mystify years later, On Cedar Hill proves things are not always as they appear...

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One American Dream

One American Dream

by Beck, Bernard

The only thing Jack Rubin ever wanted was to be a real American. A Jewish immigrant from Poland, he arrives in New York City in the late 1800s and begins his American journey by pulling himself up by the bootstraps. But his success doesn't satisfy him, and when he struggles while raising a headstrong daughter through the roaring twenties, he feels like a failure...

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The Perfect Duchess

The Perfect Duchess

by Taylor, Erica

Andrew Macalister, oft regarded as the Stone Duke of Bradstone, hates his annual birthday ball tradition. He dislikes facing those around him who only see him for his title, and has given up on a chance to live a normal life. That is, until he spots Lady Clara Masson across the ballroom...

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Perils of Wrath

Perils of Wrath

by Park, Elsie

Sir Roland Beaumont's investigation into his birth parents’ deaths leads him to Guildon Castle, domain of Lord Craven. Roland’s plans are complicated when the earl enlists him to tame his stepdaughter, Audrina Gibbons, by training her as a squire. Roland soon finds that Audrina—Audri—is much more than he imagined...

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Second Acts

Second Acts

by Emory, Teri

"Intelligent, witty, and filled with true feeling, Second Acts is a meditation on resilience, second chances, and the unfaltering strength of women’s friendships." - Foreword Reviews From midtown Manhattan to a Florida suburb, from coastal Savannah to the hills of Rome, the interwoven tales of three women unfold in the voices of Sarah, Miriam, and Beth...

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The Secret Island of Edgar Dewitt

The Secret Island of Edgar Dewitt

by Gibbs, Ferrill

Edgar Dewitt is the new kid in town. Moving from Alabama to Mount Lanier, Washington has been quite the change, and Edgar quickly realizes making new friends won't be as easy as he thought. On his first day in town, he meets one of Mount Lanier’s best: the incorrigible Chris Weedy, who’s as bright as a sack of socks and as mean as you can get...

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Similar Titles

  • The Boy from Tomorrow
  • By Blood Sworn
  • The Case of the Deadly Doppelganger
  • The Case of the Green-Dressed Ghost
  • Dewey Fairchild, Parent Problem Solver
  • Dream Me
  • Eddie the Electron
  • Eddie the Electron Moves Out
  • Fever Tree
  • Fire
  • Follow You Down
  • The French Impressionist
  • The Girl from Old Nichol
  • Going Places
  • The Hawkman
  • Hour Glass
  • The House at 758
  • In Her Blood
  • Lala Pettibone's Act Two
  • Life Detonated
  • Lucky Me
  • The Magnificent Flying Baron Estate
  • Mammoth
  • Morgan Otter Saves the Sea Turtles
  • The Mourning Parade
  • On Cedar Hill
  • One American Dream
  • The Perfect Duchess
  • Perils of Wrath
  • Second Acts
  • The Secret Island of Edgar Dewitt
  • Bluff
 

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