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              Run Time (Hardback)

              By Howard, Catherine Ryan

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              • Pub Date
                16 Aug 22

              Movie-making can be murder. The project: Final Draft, a psychological horror. The tagline: Based on a terrifying true story. That hasn't happened--yet. The location: A house deep in a forest, miles from anywhere in the wintry wilds of West Cork. The lead: Former soap-star Adele R...afferty has stepped in to replace the original actress at the very last minute. She can't help but hope that this opportunity will be her big break--and she knows she was lucky to get it, after what happened the last time she was on a set. The problem: Something isn't quite right about Final Draft. When the strange goings-on in the script start to happen on set too, Adele begins to fear that the real horror lies off the page ..
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              ISBN 9781982694685
              Publisher Blackstone Publishing
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              The Broken Room
               

              The Broken Room (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Clines, Peter

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              Hector was the best of the best. A government operative who could bring armies to a halt and nations to their knees. But when his own country betrayed him, he dropped off the grid and picked up the first of many bottles. Natalie can't remember much of her life before her family b...rought her to the US, but she remembers the cages. And getting taken away to the Project with dozens of other young children to become part of their nightmarish experiments. That's how she ended up with the ghost of a dead secret agent stuck in her head. And Hector owes Natalie's ghost a big favor. Now Hector and Natalie are on the run from an army of killers sent to retrieve her. Because the people behind the Project are willing to risk almost anything to get Natalie back and complete their experiments.
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              ISBN 9798200862085
              Publisher Blackstone Publishing
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              Manmade Constellations
                 

              Manmade Constellations (Hardback)

              By Lazzara, Misha

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              • Pub Date
                9 Aug 22

              A modern-day love story that explores childhood trauma, the boundaries between idealism and self-righteousness, and the heartaches we must confront in order to chart our courses forward. Lo Gunderson feels trapped in her small Midwestern hometown until she sees an ad for a free c...ar in the local paper. To maintain her staunch anticapitalist values, she refuses to spend money on what she can find for free, so this car is the perfect ticket out of the town. Though it doesn't cost any money, it still comes with a price. Blanche Peterson is dying and asks for a single favor--that Lo track down her estranged son, who Blanche hasn't seen in over a decade. Before she can decide whether to fulfill Blanche's dying wish, she needs to get the car started. She's helped by John Blank, a Southern auto mechanic, who moved up north for a fresh start. Despite vastly different backgrounds, they share an electrifying mutual attraction that threatens to upend Lo's carefully constructed worldview. Meanwhile, Blanche's son, Jason, finds himself adrift after an argument with his girlfriend. Memories of his negligent mother and the death of his father resurface for the first time in years as he travels across the country searching for what comes next. Manmade Constellations is a smart, magnetic, and emotional novel dedicated to the American landscape, exploring how taking to the open road teaches lessons that can't be learned at home.
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              ISBN 9798200696758
              Publisher Blackstone Publishing
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              Armageddon: A Novel of Berlin
                

              Armageddon: A Novel of Berlin (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Uris, Leon

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              • Pub Date
                6 Sep 22

              At the end of World War II, American army officer Captain Sean O'Sullivan is commissioned with rebuilding Berlin. Reeling from the death of his brothers at German hands and faced with the direct horrors of the Holocaust, O'Sullivan struggles against his animosity toward the natio...n he is helping restore. Meanwhile, Soviet forces blockade Germany in a bid for power, and the Western Allies must unite to prevent a communist takeover. When the airlift begins, the Allies find their deepest convictions tested as they fight against a threat even more dangerous than Hitler. Meticulously researched, this New York Times bestselling novel gives a historically accurate account of the early days of the Cold War and the fight for German redemption.
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              ISBN 9798200724277
              Publisher Blackstone Publishing
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              Half Outlaw
                 

              Half Outlaw (Hardback)

              By Temblador, Alex; Read by Ortiz, Luzma

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              • Pub Date
                12 Jul 22

              After the tragic death of her parents when she was just four years old, Raqi is sent to live with her uncle Dodge in Escondido, California. Taking after her Mexican father, Raqi immediately faces hostility from the members of Dodge's all-white, 1 percenter motorcycle club, the La...wless, and from her uncle himself. Being raised by a drug addict is no picnic, and Raqi must quickly learn how to survive. She manages to form a few friendships. Still, as soon as she can, she leaves the violence and bigotry behind and doesn't look back. Years later, Raqi is a successful partner at a law firm in Los Angeles. She gets a call from Billy, the leader of the Lawless. Dodge is dead, and Billy wants her to go on the Grieving Ride, a special ride taken for all deceased members, and one that strictly follows the deceased's wishes. There is no way Raqi would ever attend, except for one thing: Billy promises to give her the address of her grandfather if she goes on the ride. It's the address of her father's father, her Mexican grandfather. Learning for the first time that she has other family and desperate to connect, she agrees. But this will be no ordinary Grieving Ride. Raqi is reacquainted with her old bike and with the various club members. During the cross-country trek, she will learn more about her uncle, and about herself, than she ever imagined possible. Alternating between Raqi's childhood and a present 90s setting, and accented by moments of magical realism, Half Outlaw is the story of one woman's quest to find a better future while still wrestling with a tumultuous past. In her first adult novel, Alex Temblador gives readers an immersive look into a dangerous subculture at the end of an era, and a powerful and heartfelt story that explores self-knowledge, acceptance, and the meaning of family.
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              ISBN 9781799932109
              Publisher Blackstone Publishing
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              Snowstorm in August
                

              Snowstorm in August (Hardback)

              By Manuel, Michael; Ciulla, Chris Andrew

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              Snow. Swirling down in powdery funnels. Blanketing Central Park. In August. Only it wasn't snow. It was four thousand pounds of uncut cocaine. So begins the war between Joaquin Alboroto, the most powerful drug lord on the planet, and his most hated enemy: the city of New York. Bu...t the only NYPD unit trained to go up against this level of terrorism has been disbanded, and the new police commissioner is a bureaucrat, not a wartime commander. The task falls on the shoulders of former NYPD captain Danny Corcoran. A trusted friend recruits Corcoran to a team of former top cops. Funded by four anonymous billionaires, their mission is to stop Alboroto before his next gift to the city leaves a million New Yorkers blind.
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              ISBN 9798200714018
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              The Observer Effect
                

              The Observer Effect (Hardback)

              By Jones, Nick

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              A missing time traveler, a mysterious fire, and the future at stake. All in a day's work for Joseph Bridgeman.

              ISBN 9781665048330
              Publisher Blackstone Publishing
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              Series Joseph Bridgeman
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              Dark Harvest
                 

              Dark Harvest (Hardback)

              By Jordan, Will

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              • Pub Date
                16 Aug 22

              For fans of World War Z, a chilling mystery, an ancient threat, and a race against time to save humanity--inspired by the true events of the Dyatlov Pass incident Russia, 1959. Nine members of a Soviet mountaineering team on an ambitious expedition into the Ural Mountains are fou...nd dead, victims of massive and bizarre injuries. The Dyatlov Pass incident, as this grisly event came to be known, remains unexplained to this day.Iraq, 2019. Ex-soldier-turned-mercenary Cameron Becker is escorting a Russian businessman named Luka Belikov through Baghdad. It seems like a routine job, until Belikov is abducted on Becker's watch. After forming an uneasy alliance with WHO medic Lori Dalton, Becker sets out to uncover the truth behind the attack, and quickly realizes he's caught in the middle of something far bigger and more dangerous. As bio-terrorists prepare to unleash a virus that causes humans to descend into ravenous madness, the pair are thrust into a desperate race against time to prevent a global plague that could wipe out human civilization. Who is behind the attack? What do they want? And how can humanity hope to survive? Becker and Dalton's answers may just lie deep within the icy wastes of the Ural Mountains ...
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              ISBN 9798200698585
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              Hotel California: An Anthology of New Mystery Short Stories
                 

              Hotel California: An Anthology of New Mystery Short Stories (Hardback)

              Contributions by Bruns, Don; Flower, Amanda; Graham, Heather

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              • Pub Date
                12 Jul 22

              A dangerous drifter, a hired gun, a grisly corpse--you never know who you'll run into at the Hotel California. Eight deliciously talented mystery authors have lent their skills of crafting murder and suspense to this collection of gripping short stories. Each of these eight provo...cative tales is designed to entertain and mystify--and maybe even chill you to your core. Get lost in the wild imaginations of such New York Times bestselling writers as Andrew Child, Heather Graham, Reed Farrel Coleman, and John Gilstrap, plus authors Rick Bleiweiss, Jennifer Dornbush, Amanda Flower, and Don Bruns. From the titular tale Hotel California to a new, original Jack Reacher adventure, these stories have a little something for every mystery lover. Go ahead. Check in, enjoy some room service, and stay until the very last tantalizing page. Just don't forget to search the closet or behind the curtains.
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              ISBN 9781665023962
              Publisher Blackstone Publishing
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              Series Music and Murder Mystery
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              Finding Grace
                 

              Finding Grace (Paperback, Large type / large print edition)

              By Thomas, Janis

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              • Pub Date
                2 Aug 22

              Somebody's coming California: Twelve-year-old Melanie has been in foster care her whole life, moving from home to home--unloved and unwanted. And although she has found relative contentment with her current foster parents, Melanie harbors a secret that, if discovered, would blow ...her world apart. Someone talks to Melanie, a presence no one else can see or hear, and this presence has a message for her: something bad is about to happen. New York: After years of battling with her troubled, unpredictable mother, Louise has managed to find peace in her solitary existence. Until the day Grace crashes back into her life and entreats Louise to help her save a child from imminent danger. Unwilling to get caught up in her mother's madness, Louise resists. But she realizes the only way to be rid of Grace once and for all is to play along. Louise and Grace set off across America in search of Melanie, driven by Grace's firm belief that they have to get there before the bad thing happens. To do that, Louise must first come to understand and trust her mother. But after a lifetime of pain and dysfunction, can the two finally heal old wounds in order to save one young girl?
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              ISBN 9798200911622
              Publisher Blackstone Publishing
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