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1. Alpha - Greg Rucka
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The Carmichaels and the Grahams have gathered on Nantucket for a wedding. Plans are being made according to the wishes of the bride's late mother, who left behind The Notebook: specific instructions for every detail of her youngest daughter's future nuptials. Everything should be falling into place for the beautiful event--but in reality, things are far from perfect.
While the couple-to-be are quite happy, their loved ones find their own lives crumbling. In the days leading up to the wedding, love will be questioned, scandals will arise, and hearts will be broken and healed. Elin Hilderbrand takes readers on a touching journey in BEAUTIFUL DAY--into the heart of marriage, what it means to be faithful, and how we choose to honor our commitments.
2. Hide and Seek (Large Print Printed Hardcover) - Jeff Struecker, Alton L Gansky
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3. Hide and Seek (Large Print Trade Paper) - Jeff Struecker, Alton L Gansky
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4. Terrorists and the Terchova Treasure In My Brothers Place - George Banas
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5. The Gregory's Gabriella - Len Alberstadt
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6. Those Ragged Bloody Heroes From the Kokoda Trail to Gona Beach 1942 (Large Print 16pt) - Peter Brune
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The definitive account of the Australians on the Kokoda Trail - a story told through the eyes of the Australians who fought there, many of whom have now passed away.
7. Twilight of Honor - Annie Laura Smith
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March 29, 1973 - A C-130 withdrew the last American combat contingent from Tan Son Nhut Airport in Saigon, but Vietnamese casualties continued to mount until Saigon fell on April 30, 1975. But the Vietnam War - a war which was never officially a war - was over on December 23, 1972, for Major Michael Reardon. He was reported "killed in action, body not recovered" during a bombing mission of a strategic target on the Northern Vietnam border. His death occurred only days before President Nixon halted the United States air offensive in North Vietnam. Major Reardon joined 58,000 other Americans who would not be coming home from Southeast Asia. The future had held such promise for Michael and Wynne Reardon. Vietnam would be Michael's last overseas assignment. They planned to live on the coast in Northwest Florida where Wynne realized her dream of owning an art studio called Shoreline Gallery. His death shattered these hopes and dreams. Author Smith deftly carries the reader through Wynne's emotional heartache as Wynne deals with remembrances of the love of her husband versus the new love developing with Jason Garrison. Jason is a handsome, skilled potter hired to help make Shoreline Gallery successful. Complicating matters is the fact that Jason was a Vietnam War veteran protestor while Michael won the Medal of Honor posthumously for his last act of valor in the War. Whether or not Jason and Wynne's fragile relationship can survive her persistent hope for Michael's return as a P.O.W., is the question Smith uses effectively to entice the reader to each successive page and chapter. Twilight of Honor is a heart-warming, family-friendly novel of the power of love to heal all emotional wounds.
8. The Kid on Slapton Beach - Felicity Fair Thompson
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War is hard enough when your dad is missing in action, and even harder when you have to leave everything you know and love. Twelve-year-old Harry is one of three thousand people leaving the coast in Devon during the Second World War as US troops move into the area, planning secret D-Day rehearsals on the beach there in April 1944. But what if your most treasured possession is left behind?
9. The Cruise of the Breadwinner - Large Print - H. E. Bates
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The horror and the humanity of war come too close, when a little fishing boat, the Breadwinner, rescues a pilot shot down in the Channel during a dogfight. The only trouble is, the pilot is German. As the young fisherman tends his wounds, he comes to realize that war is not exciting, and the enemy before him is just a young boy like himself - indistinguishable from the once glamorous English pilot who soon also crashes near the boat.
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