The Burning of Isobel Key (The Key Legacy)

By Jen McConnel / Genre: Contemporary Fiction / Rating: 4.2 out of 5 stars (88 reviews)

The Burning of Isobel Key (The Key Legacy)

When Lou travels to Scotland, she’s a mess. She’s twenty-six, unemployed, and unsure of herself. It doesn’t help that she’s traveling with Tammy, her best friend, who is everything Lou is not.

At first, the trip pushes Lou towards the brink of depression, but then she meets Brian, a handsome local tour guide. When Brian tells the tourists about the countless witches burned in Scotland, Lou starts to listen. And when she discovers information about Isobel Key, one of the victims of the seventeenth century, Lou finds renewed purpose.

She sets out to learn the truth of the condemned witch, but she isn’t prepared for the knowledge that waits for her. Lou must face her demons if she has any hope of righting the wrongs of the past.

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Blood and Steel (The Cor Chronicles)

By Martin Parece / Genre: Action & Adventure / Rating: 4.1 out of 5 stars (43 reviews)

Blood and Steel (The Cor Chronicles)

The Shining West, free from the yoke of the Loszian Empire, has long stood as a beacon of freedom, guarding its people from the evils of the Loszians. Aquis is the largest of the Western Kingdoms, ruled by its benificent Queen Erella, High Priestess to Garod, leader of the gods of light.

The son of a farmer in the bountiful kingdom Aquis, Cor Pelson had always been different. Shortly after he was born came the horrific coughing attacks, and his skin changed color to a gray reminiscent of the grave. He is a Dahken, a race the Loszian necromancers fear, reviled by the Western priests, and thought extinct by both.

As a child, strangers entered his life, even if only briefly, and drove home that there are those that would bend him to their wills. Frightened and determined to protect those he loves, Cor steals away from home. He finds that the world is not the good, safe place that his parents taught him of, but in fact is a cruel, brutal place where blood flows readily and the ability to protect himself is paramount.

He finds, even on the open sea, that those who would control the power within his blood follow him, intent on inflicting harm upon those around him. He must learn to tap the power within his blood to find his own path, take revenge and build a new world for his kind.

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Threads That Bind (The Havoc Chronicles)

By Brant Williams / Genre: Contemporary, Fantasy / Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars (93 reviews)

Threads That Bind (The Havoc Chronicles)

At 16, Madison has accepted herself for who she is: smart and witty, but overweight with thick glasses and the social life of a Tibetan monk. Everything changes the summer before her junior year of high school when her eyesight inexplicably corrects itself, and she begins to rapidly lose weight. However, her new look comes with an unexpectedly expensive price. Madison’s first kiss with the boy she has had a crush on for years triggers powers she can’t control, almost killing him.

She discovers she is a Berserker, a powerful being chosen to guard the world from the Havocs, ancient creatures brought into our world by magic thousands of years ago. They cause destruction and death, but cannot be killed. Only the Berserkers’ life-blood can bind – and free – the Havocs. One Havoc is free and wants Madison’s blood to free another. Instead of enjoying her new look and popularity at school, Madison must now work with the Berserkers to master her powers and bind the Havoc before it kills her.

Oh, and if that weren’t bad enough, it turns out she is the first female Berserker since, well – ever.

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FREE TO DIE

By Bob McElwain / Genre: Action & Adventure / Rating: 3.8 out of 5 stars (128 reviews)

FREE TO DIE

Brad Ashton fled three years ago to avoid a conviction for murder. Now he’s back. And his hope for freedom appears to be within reach.

Unfortunately there are those who have no interest in his legal status; they only want him dead or on the run once more.

But for Brad, running is no longer an option. It’s a table stakes game in which the risks are high. But he puts everything he has, including his life, on the table, then settles in, determined to win every hand.

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No Way to Haircut Day! (Grammy’s Gang Book 1)

By Flo Barnett / Genre: Children’s Fiction / Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars (16 reviews)

No Way to Haircut Day! (Grammy's Gang Book 1)

A boy, a barber, and a whole lot of trouble.
Any fan of “Where the Wild Things Are”, “Caps for Sale”, or “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” will love No Way to Haircut Day!

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Best Homemade Soups

By Sarah J Larson / Genre: Soups & Stews, Cookbooks / Rating: 4.0 out of 5 stars (15 reviews)

Best Homemade Soups

Best Homemade Soups is a collection of favorite soup recipes that are repeatedly requested by family members and/or enjoyed and remembered by friends. Several friends have suggested or requested a collection of the soups they’ve enjoyed, and it is finally available.

You will find great soups from two different chicken noodle soup recipes to three different ways to make taco soup.

Some of the recipes are quick, some can cook all day. Some are easy to put together while others take a little more work. Some of the best soups are for one or two people but many are for several people or large appetites.

A couple recipes are great for using up leftover turkey. Many of the recipes are economical and can be used as the main entrée for dinner.

Out of the 26 recipes included in this book, you are sure to find some new favorite soups for your table.

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From My Mama’s Kitchen: food for the soul, recipes for living

By Johnny Tan / Genre: Motivational, Self-Help / Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars (45 reviews)

From My Mama's Kitchen: food for the soul, recipes for living

From My Mama’s Kitchen reveals 30 timeless recipes for living, ranging from the power of relationships to the nature of love and the meaning of life. Released with the endorsement of the National Association of Mothers’ Centers, the book is dedicated to the realization and mastery of the power of unconditional love. The book offers a wealth of wisdom, knowledge of practical living skills and effective communication techniques brought to the reader from the nurturing comfort of a kitchen setting. From the virtue of spiritual awareness to self-actualization, Johnny’s 9 moms nourished him with their wisdom to become a person defined by his thoughts and actions.

The print version of this book is designed as a keepsake for all occasions, meant to last and inspire forever. It includes a blank dedication page for readers to inscribe their own loved one’s name, and a space where readers can record their recipes for living. At the very end of the book, Johnny incorporates nine of his favorite food recipes.

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