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The tiger's prey - a novel of adventure by Smith, Wilbur A., author. The tiger's prey - a novel of adventure

The New York Times best selling author of Desert God; and Pharaoh; adds another chapter to his popular historical saga featuring the seafaring Tom Courtney with this magnificent swashbuckling saga set in the eighteenth century and packed with action, violence, romance, and rousing adventure.

Oct 17, 2017
The Twelve-Mile Straight by Henderson, Eleanor. The Twelve-Mile Straight

Cotton County, Georgia, 1930: in a house full of secrets, two babies, one light-skinned, the other dark, are born to Elma Jesup, a white sharecropper's daughter. Accused of her rape, field hand Genus Jackson is lynched and dragged behind a truck down the road to the nearby town. In the aftermath, the farm's inhabitants are forced to contend with their complicity in a series of events that left a man dead and a family irrevocably fractured. Despite the prying eyes and curious whispers of the town

Oct 18, 2017
The wisdom of Sundays - life-changing insights from super soul conversations by Winfrey, Oprah, author, narrator. The wisdom of Sundays - life-changing insights from super soul conversations

Organized into ten chapters, each one representing a powerful step in Oprah's own spiritual journey and introduced with an intimate, personal essay by Oprah herself, this book features selections from the most meaningful conversations between Oprah and some of today's most-admired thought-leaders.

Oct 20, 2017
The Witch by Hutton, Ronald. The Witch

The witch came to prominence in early modern Europe, yet her origins are much more geographically diverse and historically deep. Here, Ronald Hutton traces witchcraft from the ancient world to the early modern stake. Hutton sets the notorious European witch trials in the widest and deepest possible perspective and traces the major historiographical developments of witchcraft. A renowned expert on ancient, medieval, and modern paganism and witchcraft beliefs, he combines Anglo-American and contin

Oct 18, 2017
The Women Who Flew for Hitler by Mulley, Clare. The Women Who Flew for Hitler

Hanna Reitsch and Melitta von Stauffenberg were talented, courageous, and strikingly attractive women who fought convention to make their names in the male-dominated field of flight in 1930s Germany. With the war, both became pioneering test pilots and were awarded the Iron Cross for service to the Third Reich. But they could not have been more different and neither woman had a good word to say for the other. Acclaimed biographer Clare Mulley gets under the skin of these two distinctive and unco

Oct 19, 2017
Turtles all the way down by Green, John, 1977- author. Turtles all the way down

Turtles All the Way Down is about lifelong friendship, the intimacy of an unexpected reunion, Star Wars fan fiction, and tuatara. But at its heart is Aza Holmes, a young woman navigating daily existence within the ever-tightening spiral of her own thoughts.

Oct 20, 2017
Unbelievable - my front-row seat to the craziest campaign in American history by Tur, Katy, 1983- author, narrator. Unbelievable - my front-row seat to the craziest campaign in American history

The NBC journalist who covered and took fire from Donald Trump on the campaign trail offers an inside look at the most shocking presidential election in American history.

Oct 20, 2017
Unlocking happiness at work - How a data-driven happiness strategy fuels purpose, passion and performance by Moss, Jennifer (Entrepreneur), author. Unlocking happiness at work - How a data-driven happiness strategy fuels purpose, passion and performance

People want to be happy. But, for many, happiness feels elusive, disappointing, and unrealistic. Perhaps it's because they are looking at happiness all wrong. If they had an authentic understanding fo what it actually means to be happy and how happiness is achieved, ti would be a choice they would make every day. According to psychologist Jennifer Moss, author of Unlocking Happiness at Work, happiness isn't a utopian, evergreen state of joy; it's a complex set of wide-ranging emotions. Audio-Tec

Oct 18, 2017
Unseen - the gift of being hidden in a world that loves to be noticed by Hagerty, Sara, 1977- author. Unseen - the gift of being hidden in a world that loves to be noticed

Through an eloquent exploration of both personal and biblical story, Hagerty calls listeners to offer every unseen minute of their lives to God. God is in the secret places of the lives that nobody else witnesses. But we've not been relegated to these places. We've been invited.

Oct 18, 2017
Unstoppable by Sharapova, Maria. Unstoppable

In the middle of the night, a father and his daughter step off a Greyhound bus in Florida and head straight to the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy. They ring the bell, though no one is expecting them. They don't speak English. They've arrived from Russia with only $700 and the conviction that this six-year-old will be the next tennis star. Surprisingly, they are right. Young Maria Sharapova went on to become one of the best, most famous, and highest-paid athletes. At seventeen, she won Wimbledon

Oct 18, 2017
We were eight years in power - an American tragedy by Coates, Ta-Nehisi, author. We were eight years in power - an American tragedy

Oct 17, 2017
Wealth of nations by Smith, Adam Wealth of nations

Oct 19, 2017
What Unites Us by Rather, Dan. What Unites Us

In a collection of original essays, venerated television journalist Dan Rather celebrates shared values and what matters most in this great country, and shows what patriotism looks like. Writing about the institutions that sustain the people, such as public libraries, public schools, and national parks; the values that have transformed the people, such as the struggle for civil rights; and the drive toward science and innovation that has made the United States great, Rather will bring to bear hi

Oct 19, 2017
Where the past begins - a writer's memoir by Tan, Amy, author, narrator. Where the past begins - a writer's memoir

From New York Times bestselling author Amy Tan, a memoir on her life as a writer, her childhood, and the symbiotic relationship between fiction and emotional memory.

Oct 18, 2017
Why We Sleep by Walker, Matthew. Why We Sleep

The first sleep book by a leading scientific expert, Professor Matthew Walker, Director of UC Berkeley's Sleep and Neuroimaging Lab, reveals his groundbreaking exploration of sleep, explaining how listeners can harness its transformative power to change their lives for the better.

Oct 19, 2017
Wilde in Love by James, Eloisa. Wilde in Love

Lord Alaric Wilde, son of the Duke of Lindow, is the most celebrated man in England, revered for his dangerous adventures and rakish good looks. Arriving home from years abroad, he has no idea of his own celebrity until his boat is met by mobs of screaming ladies. Alaric escapes to his father's castle, but just as he grasps that he's not only famous but notorious, he encounters the very private, very witty, Miss Willa Ffynche.

Oct 18, 2017
Without Merit by Hoover, Colleen, author. Without Merit

The Voss family is anything but normal. They live in a repurposed church, newly baptized Dollar Voss. The once cancer-stricken mother lives in the basement, the father is married to the mother's former nurse, the little half-brother isn't allowed to do or eat anything fun, and the eldest siblings are irritatingly perfect. Then, there's Merit.

Oct 21, 2017
You Do You by Knight, Sarah. You Do You

A down-to-earth, irreverent, and no-holds-barred guide to letting go of the weight of others' expectations and doubling down on personal dreams to find real, lasting happiness.

Oct 18, 2017