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Katie Quaid could never refuse a dare. It was the quality that had once made her a world-class equestrian. And it was the reason she'd been elected to introduce herself to Briarwood's intimidatingly gorgeous new resident. It took one week to make Nick Leone the focus of the Virginia town's rumor mill. So far he was a CIA agent, a male model, a fugitive-maybe all three.
The S.I.N. series continues with the seductive follow-up to the first Stark International Novel, Dirtiest Secret, from the New York Times bestselling author of "red-hot and angsty" fiction that "keeps readers guessing" (Publishers Weekly, on Under My Skin).Set in the popular Stark world and featuring the beautiful billionaire Dallas Sykes who was introduced to readers in the Stark International trilogy.
From New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Jana DeLeon, the third book in the Miss Fortune Mystery series. When only a crack shot will do. In the two weeks CIA assassin Fortune Redding has been hiding in Sinful, Louisiana, she's been harassed, poisoned, and shot at. and that was the easy part. But now she's about to face her biggest challenge since setting foot in the tiny bayou town.
Russell Banks, Garrison Keillor, and Dave Isay are among those heard on Chatting Up a Storm, Vol. 1, a distillation of the best broadcast interviews by journalist Claudia Cragg, with thinkers, authors, and change-makers from the United States and around the world. This volume features twelve interviews, personally chosen by Claudia Cragg and radio producer Joe Bevilacqua, including: Audrey Niffenegger, author of Her Fearful Symmetry'The New Yorker's Peter Hessler on Country DrivingKate Mosse, author of LabyrinthLionel Shriver, author of So Much for ThatChang-Rae Lee, author of The SurrenderedDavid Vann, author of Legend of a Suicide and Caribou IslandTreehouse founder Ryan Carson on "a four-day work week"Nancy Altman, coauthor of Social Security WorksJane Fonda's adopted daughter, Mary Williams, on race, politics, and gender and her book Lost DaughterGarrison Keillor on his new novel, PontoonLost Memory of Skin author Russell Banks on sex offenders, homelessness, and digital desensitivityStoryCorps' Dave Isay on "A Voice for the Voiceless through Listening Booths"For some years, Claudia Cragg, who is primarily an Asia specialist, was based in Tokyo, Hong Kong, and then Singapore, reporting both in hard news and in feature stories for print and radio on all dimensions of business in the region for Asia magazine.
A spin-off from the Extinction Cycle series by Nicholas Sansbury Smith. The Hemorrhage Virus tore through America and swept the globe, leaving no country untouched. New Zealand was no exception. Those infected mutated into monsters, monsters that became known as Variants. Seven weeks have passed since Jack and Dee's quiet world shattered. Along with a small band of survivors, they fled to Mayor Island.
A firsthand account of the dramatic 2016 World Chess Championship between Norway's Magnus Carlsen and Russia's Sergey Karjakin, which mirrored the world's geopolitical unrest and rekindled a global fascination with the sport. The first week of November 2016, as a crowd of people swarmed outside of Manhattan's Trump Tower to rail against the election of Donald Trump, hundreds more descended on the city's South Street Seaport.
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER "This Year's Must-Read Memoir" (W magazine) about the choices a young woman makes in her search for adventure, meaning, and love NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY Vogue Time Esquire Entertainment Weekly The Guardian Harper's Bazaar Library Journal NPR All her life, Ariel Levy was told that she was too fervent, too forceful, too much.
Kids vs. parents! An epic treehouse sleepover! An awesome group of friends! An exciting new book from National Book Award finalist Lisa Graff. Winnie's last day of fourth grade ended with a pretty life-changing surprise. That was the day Winnie's parents got divorced, the day they decided that Winnie would live three days a week with each of them and spend Wednesdays by herself in a treehouse smack between their houses, to divide her time perfectly evenly between them.
Obliged to leave New York City in the aftermath of his previous mission, David Trevellyan is summoned to the British Consulate in Chicago. To the same office where, just a week before, his new handler was attacked and shot by a Royal Navy Intelligence operative gone bad. Assigned the job of finding the rogue agent and putting an end to his treacherous scheme, Trevellyan soon finds that once again, his only hopes of saving countless innocent lives lie not within the system, but in his own instincts and skills.
More than fifty years after its first publication, Doubleday's definitive edition of Anne Frank's famous diary generated an extraordinary amount of excitement when it was published in early 1995. Enthusiastically received by critics and readers alike, it reigned for nine weeks on the New York Times bestseller list and will remain for all time the version that millions of readers will cherish.