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The 38th book in the Stone Barrington series, Dishonorable Intentions is a fun and quick read. In this installment of the series, Stone Barrington is involved with a woman named Gala Wilde. She's great, but unfortunately she was involved with a man who she has unfinished business with she can't quite shake. On top of all that, the book has a surprise ending! Definitely worth reading.
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Title
Dishonorable Intentions
Author
Stuart Woods
Genre
Mystery
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Cassie Sullivan had finally found her little brother sam. Now they are hiding in a Hotel and trying to come up with a plan to stay alive.Evan Walker had come along and promised to stay by Cassie's side .But when ringer makes a miss take and shoots teacup.Vosch takes both ringer and teacup ,and he has a plan to fully wipe out and take the world.  Click to Search Catalog
Title
The Infinite Sea
Author
Rick Yancey
Genre
science fiction
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Its a mix of romance and friendship and rise taking. I could never put the book down. Its very addicting.

"The story of a teenage girl who's literally allergic to the outside world. When a new family moves in next door, she begins a complicated romance that challenges everything she's ever known. The narrative unfolds via vignettes, diary entries, texts, charts, lists, illustrations, and more"  Click to Search Catalog
Title
Everything, Everything
Author
Nicola Yoon
Genre
realistic fiction
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The third book in the trilogy, Isla and the Happily Ever After follows the love story of Isla and Josh. She is a hopeless romantic, and he is a cartoonist. They both attend the School of America in Paris. Anna, Etienne, Lola and Cricket also appear in the book as well, for those who have read the first two books.   Click to Search Catalog
Title
Isla and the Happily Ever After
Author
Stephanie Perkins
Genre
Fiction
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I love how scary this book is and also it is a mystery.  Click to Search Catalog
Title
Halloween Night
Author
R.L. Stine
Genre
horror fiction
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Waterfell is the first book in Amalie Howard's Aquarathi series. Meet Nerissa Marin, AKA Rissa, AKA The Girl Who Would Be Queen. She hides in human form among kids her age so that she can plan how she will claim what she lost the day her father died - her right to the under water kingdom. Will she be able to pull it off?  Click to Search Catalog
Title
Waterfell
Author
Amalie Howard
Genre
Science Fiction
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This series is about heros with fantastic powers. Greek Gods come to life is this graphic novel Olympians series.
Check out the series today!  Click to Search Catalog
Title
Zeus: King of the Gods
Author
George O'Connor
Genre
Graphic Novel History
ISBN
9781596434318
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Burn Baby Burn is Meg Medina's latest novel. It takes place in 1977 in New York, among Son of Sam, constant arson and a blackout. Nora Lopez and her friend Kathleen MacInerney try to stay out of trouble dying their senior year in high school, because Nora's single mother surely can't manage if something happened to Nora in these crazy times, so her curfew is "before dark." On top of that, Nora's older brother is spinning out of control and her father is so busy with his new family that he only remembers to call on national holidays (which of course don't include Nora's birthday). Medina captures 1977 so that those who grew up in the 70s will be nostalgic and those who were born after will get a clear picture about what life was like then.   Click to Search Catalog
Title
Burn Baby Burn
Author
Meg Medina
Genre
Historical Mystery
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This book uses science to explain life and how there is no going back... or is there?
A good read:)   Click to Search Catalog
Title
The Fourteenth Goldfish
Author
Jennifer L. Holm
Genre
Fiction
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Following the publication of Not Without My Daughter by Betty Mahmoody, and the movie adaptation of the book, Sayed Mahmoody, also known as Moody, gives his side of the story.

Betty's book told the horrific story of when she and their daughter Mahtob were forced by Moody against their will to stay in Iran, once they agreed to go there for a two-week vacation to see his family.

In Lost Without My Daughter, Moody counters that story by claiming that Betty lied and told tales about what really happened. He also claims that he loved his wife and daughter very much and would never hurt them.   Click to Search Catalog
Title
Lost Without My Daughter
Author
Sayed Mahmoody
Genre
Memoir
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