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  • Chuck Hogan

    From the acclaimed author of The Town, an epic thriller about the secret right‑hand man of one of the most infamous unprosecuted mob bosses in American history, and the hidden crime that will bring down an empire. In the late 1970s, The Outfit has the entire city of Chicago in its hands. Tony Accardo is its fearless leader. Nicky Passero is his loyal soldier, though no one knows he has a direct line in to the boss of bosses. When the Christmas gift Accardo got for his wife, an inscribed bracelet with gold and diamond inlay, is stolen along with other items in a jewelry heist, Nicky is charged with tracking down and returning all of the items—by whatever means...read more

  • Teri Wilson

    Sparks fly when Molly Prince's puppy Ursula constantly disrupts the beachfront area where new-in-town marine biologist Max Miller is studying sea-turtle mating habits. Max and Molly are instantly attracted to each other, but Molly dismisses Max out of hand. She's not dating anymore-maybe not ever, since her last relationship ended in a spectacular disaster. As for Max, he refuses to take Molly seriously when her job is to play pretend as the aquarium's mermaid. But when Ursula won't stop digging in Max's beachfront yard and reveals her unique ability to sniff out sea-turtle nests, she might bring these two opposites close enough to help save the turtles, and maybe even save the...read more

  • Kate Bold

    THE KILLING GAME (An Alexa Chase Suspense Thriller—Book 1) is the debut novel in a new series by mystery and suspense author Kate Bold. Alexa Chase, 34, a brilliant profiler in the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit, was too good at her job. Haunted by all the serial killers she caught, she left a stunning career behind to join the U.S. Marshals. As a Deputy Marshal, Alexa—fit, and as tough as she is brilliant—could immerse herself in a simple career of hunting down fugitives and bringing them to justice. But when a notorious serial killer escapes from a prison transport, it crosses the jurisdictions of the U.S. Marshals and the FBI’s BAU. The two departments are...read more

  • Elizabeth D. Leonard

    Benjamin Franklin Butler was one of the most important and controversial military and political leaders of the Civil War and Reconstruction eras. Remembered most often for his uncompromising administration of the Federal occupation of New Orleans during the war, Butler reemerges in this lively narrative as a man whose journey took him from childhood destitution to wealth and profound influence in state and national halls of power. Prize-winning biographer Elizabeth D. Leonard chronicles Butler's successful career in the law defending the rights of the Lowell Mill girls and other workers, his achievements as one of Abraham Lincoln's premier civilian generals, and his role in developing...read more

  • Kevin Munger

    The Baby Boomers are the largest and most powerful generation in American history-and they aren't going away any time soon. They dominate cultural and political institutions and make up the largest slice of the electorate. Generational conflict, with Millennials and Generation Z pitted against the aging Boomer cohort, has become a media staple. The generation gap is widening into a political fault line. Kevin Munger marshals novel data and survey evidence to argue that generational conflict will define the politics of the next decade. He examines the historical trends that made the Baby Boomers so consequential and traces the emergence of age-based political and cultural divisions. Boomers...read more

  • Eric Maisel Phd

    Our teens are our future so it's only right that we invest in understanding them! This guide book provides solutions to improve teenage issues and interpersonal communication. Helpful guide to understanding teenage psychology. In Why Smart Teens Hurt, Dr. Eric Maisel, bestselling author of Why Smart People Hurt, and one of the world's leading experts on the issues of childhood, shares a unique exploration of the teen problems adolescents face. Maisel guides us on what it's like to inhabit the racing, often troubled realm of teenage psychology, and he provides powerful strategies to help parents and smart teens alike. Healthy ways to address teenage issues. Teen parenting books usually...read more

  • Dusty Richards

    After four years on the bloody battlefields of Europe during World War II, Army Staff Sergeant Mark Shaw returns home to Arizona with nothing but the hope of living a quiet existence and chasing the sunset on horseback forevermore. Scarred by the war in the way only a soldier who has been on the front lines can be, his every step is haunted by the rattle of machine guns, the roar of artillery, and the screams of dying friends and comrades. The homecoming he receives upon his return, though, is nothing like what he'd hoped for-a wife who couldn't wait for him in an America that has become almost unrecognizable in his absence. Shattered by her betrayal, Mark gives up on love, life, and the...read more

  • Dusty Richards

    There's a lot of tough competition in the rodeo arena-from the man behind the microphone to the cowboys and cowgirls that ride, rope, and climb on the bucking stock. The Natural puts you in the boots of famed rodeo announcer Brad Turner, racing his horse Golden Boy into the arena and welcoming the crowd to a pro rodeo performance in Jackson, Mississippi. You'll hit the road with Brad as he crisscrosses the country, struggling with life, love, and business on the pro rodeo circuit. You'll meet Zola Johns, the rebellious, barrel-racing beauty with her eye on the prize of winning a national championship, and Shoat Krammer, the young rough-and-tumble rookie that's the real natural coming up the...read more

  • Dusty Richards

    From the windswept plains and dusty streets of Dodge City, to the rocky arroyos of Arizona's Verde Valley, to the early summer green of the Little Bighorn Valley, these small gems give the listener a taste of all that made up the West. Saddle up with the inimitable Dusty Richards as he spins his yarns of lawmen, cowboys, Indians, miners, and the women that loved them. Ride along with his characters as they facedown a pack of hungry wolves. Cheer them on as they find love in a Dakota blizzard. Laugh uproariously as a stray tomcat nearly destroys a town. Mourn with the girl who loved notorious outlaw Billy the Kid. Bargain along with a trader as he gets more than he bargained for in a Crow...read more

  • Megan Prevost

    After the tumultuous events of Season 1, Paul DaFoe returns to The Fakist newsroom to put right what once went wrong. Can he save his future by outrunning his past? Not likely, but that doesn't mean he isn't going to try! Between all the drama, enjoy sketches like 'America's Next Mary Marvel,' 'The Ballad of Stinky Foot McNeil,' 'The Boybysitter's Club,' plus an epic two-part finale with more villains than you can shake a stick...read more

  • Rebecca Johnson

    LeAnn Snyder is the new Executive Producer In Charge Of Production at The Fakist, a news organization as devoted to making sh– up as other news organizations are to actual journalism. Will she get kicked out of the revolving door when lead anchor Paul DaFoe’s life falls apart on air? As The Fakist himself slowly falls apart, it’s up to LeAnn to hold her favorite newscast together. Between all the drama, enjoy sketches like “Mr. Rogers Returns,” “Martin Zendler’s Rascals and Rodents Report,” “The Latest Disney Princess,” plus the introduction of the multi-level maniac Debra...read more