Eagle Eye (Like No Other, #2) by Darcy Flynn

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Designer of teen fashion, Jillian Jeffrey, is on the cusp of making a name for herself in the NYC fashion scene- a dream that could easily become a reality with a seat on the board of directors for her favorite charity, Like No Other. With a heart for serving the less fortunate, Jill can think of nothing more fulfilling than combining her two passions into one. When an unexpected opportunity arises for her to raise a significant amount of funds for the organization, and gain a better shot at the position, she jumps at it- unaware that the mistake she’s about to make will put her at risk of losing everything she’s ever worked for…
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Death Of An Assassin by Ann Marie Ackermann

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The year is 1835. In the Kingdom of Württemberg, in the small town of Bönnigheim, a murder has just been committed. The town’s beloved mayor has been gunned down in cold blood- a senseless crime with no apparent motive- and the elusive murderer manages to slip away, seemingly without trace. Despite the best efforts of a remarkably ingenious investigator, the case would remain unsolved for decades.

On the other side of the Atlantic, a storm is brewing between the Mexican government and American settlers, eventually erupting into the Texas Revolution. As America is drawn into war with Mexico, troops are amassed to besiege Veracruz in what would become the first large-scale amphibious assault conducted by United States military forces, and the largest in history until D-Day. In writing of the battle, Robert E Lee makes a curiously poignant entry in his journal regarding the heroic death of a German-American soldier, remarking “I doubt whether all Mexico is worth to us the life of that man”. Little could he have known that the man to whom he ascribed such praise was actually an assassin.
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A Father’s Guide: When Children Fall Uncomfortably Close To The Tree

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With humor and heartfelt sincerity, author Stephan Hahn shares practical advice on parenting from a father’s perspective.

A Father’s Guide: When Children Fall Uncomfortably Close To The Tree tackles the difficult subject of fatherhood with refreshing candor. From bringing home baby to the inevitable growing-up stages, Hahn gives dads a heads-up on what to expect by way of anecdotal stories of his own family life, telling it like it is and revealing both the expected and unexpected challenges of parenthood, as well as the many joys that make it all worthwhile.
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Just Try It Wyatt and Please Be Quiet Wyatt by Kelsey Fox

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“Wyatt did not like to try new things…”

In this adorable first installment of “The Adventures of Wyatt” series by Kelsey Fox, Wyatt learns that it can actually be fun to try new things. Full of stunning artwork by illustrator Cheyanne Luna, this short story follows the heartwarming tale of a little fox who “knows what he likes” and is stuck in the same routine. But when things suddenly start going differently, will he try something new? Continue reading “Just Try It Wyatt and Please Be Quiet Wyatt by Kelsey Fox”

Understanding Roots: Discover How to Make Your Garden Flourish by Robert Kourik

25989340Organic landscaper and author Robert Kourik sheds light on the fascinating world of plant roots in this wonderful resource for gardeners. At over 200 pages, this large book is packed with a wealth of information on how roots grow, collect nutrients, and interact with their environment, and how that knowledge can be used to better care for plants -be they ornamental trees and shrubs, or fruit and vegetable plants in the garden.
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Probable Cause For Vengeance by David Wolf

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ebq5stA terrorist is on the run, and it’s up to deputy US Marshal Sam Carter to track him down and bring him to justice.

As a decorated Vietnam veteran and lawman for over 30 years, Sam Carter has always been an upstanding citizen and devoted upholder of the law. When his ex-partner on the force -a promising young man and new father- is brutally murdered in cold blood, he will stop at nothing to track down the perpetrator and bring him to justice. But as Sam hunts the monster down, an internal struggle begins deep within himself, and when the time comes, he must decide whether or not he will take justice into his own hands.
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Hitler’s Cross: How the Cross was used to promote the Nazi agenda by Erwin W. Lutzer

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ebq5stDr. Erwin Lutzer lays out the fascinating and seldom examined story of Nazi Germany’s paradoxical attempt to use the Church to overthrow Christianity in his book Hitler’s Cross: How the cross was used to promote the Nazi agenda.

“Deine Reich Komme,” Hitler prayed these words publicly- Thy Kingdom Come. But to whose kingdom was he referring? The answer to that question is the heart and soul of this book, as Lutzer examines the rabid hatred that Hitler and his National Socialist Party (NAZIS) had for Christianity, and how he sought to infiltrate the church with his own philosophy and ideals to destroy it from within.
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