Two Can Keep A Secret (If one of them is dead) The thing about secrets is they love to be shared, and if they don't get what they want they'll eat you alive. Ellery is about to learn that digging around in Echo Ridge's past in search of the truth, might get her killed.
Award winning author, Smith, published in 33 countries, describes what Florida was like in pioneer days. He weaves a captivating story of dirt poor farmers who started out with nothing yet carved an existence from the land through determination, hard work and sacrifice fraught with peril and danger.
Former President of the National Council of Churches and well sought after speaker, Dr. James Armstrong explains ways in which changing our lives can change our outcomes and our futures.
'The Handmaid's Tale and Philosophy' seeks to analyze the book and TV show of the same name. The lessons it presents are not necessarily those everyone else learns.
David Copperfield is one of the most enjoyable novels I have ever read. Unusual characters and an interesting plot set in England at the beginning of the 19th century will captivate all readers.
In 'The Listener'Walter de la Mare speaks about a traveler on horseback visiting an empty forest.
This is the gripping story of a tiny woman who ran away with the circus in order to avoid commitment to an insane asylum by her abusive husband. She determined to survive and instead became the only female tiger trainer of the early 20th Century. Based on a true story.
Although somewhat old by now, To Lose a Battle continues to be a defining look into the catastrophic defeat of France in 1940, brilliantly written, detailed, and sweeping in its scope.
Stephen Hawking is a well-known theoretical physicist and cosmologist. His first wife, Jane, tells their collective story in Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen.
The danger is all to real for Lance, Morgan and Sharp as they, once again, try to find out the truth. With a case arriving and Sharp needing to keep promises, Morgan, Lance and Sharp find themselves not only solving a crime, but possibly becoming victims as well.