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1. First Impressions - Charlie Lovett

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A novel about old books, young love and Jane Austen.

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2. Frames - Loren D. Estleman

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The film business is tough. For Valentino, it's murder.

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3. Frederick Lost and Found - John Robinson Perry

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Frederick has a good life as a magician's rabbit. But when he decides he can do better on his own, he takes an unexpected adventure that will change him forever. 
 Suggested age range for readers: Ages 3-10

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4. Fever - Mary Beth Keane

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Fever casts a brilliant light over the life of a figure once described as ‘the most dangerous woman in America’.

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5. Frog Music - Emma Donoghue

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Frog Music, inspired by true events, is an evocative novel of intrigue and murder: elegant, erotic and witty.

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6. Falling Apart - Jane Lovering

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Jessica Grant liaises with Otherworlders for York Council so she knows that falling in love with a vampire takes a leap of faith. But her lover Sil, the City Vampire in charge of Otherworld York, he wouldn’t run out on her, he wouldn’t let his demon get the better of him. Or would he?

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7. False Profits - Patricia Smiley

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Full of colorful characters and with a fun and feisty heroine, False Profits is a real treat.

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8. For the Love of Peeps - Sunnie Day

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Sunnie was a little girl who lived in a tiny town called Roosterville. She had many dreams. One of her favorite dreams was to have her very own chicks. Most of the people in Roosterville called baby chicks "peeps," and that's what Sunnie called them, too. After saving her money and buying her own peeps, Sunnie set out to become a real chicken farmer. She cared for them, protected them, and made them comfortable until they were able to go outside the coop and forage for bugs and worms in the grass. She even helped them to become friends with her dog, Chrissy. Soon, the peeps would begin laying eggs. Then they would be grown-up hens. Sunnie was very happy for the love of peeps.

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9. Fan-Tan - Marlon Brando, Donald Cammell

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Anatole 'Annie' Doultry is in his early 50s, a man of imposing physical presence and a reputation on the high seas from the Philippines to Shanghai. In 1927, he is serving six months in a Hong Kong prison when, on a whim, he saves the life of a Chinese prisoner. The prisoner's employer happens to be one of the most notorious gangsters in Asia.

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10. Friends, Lovers And Other Indiscretions - Fiona Neill

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A richly comic and insightful novel about the underbelly of marriage and friendship from the bestselling author of 'The Secret Life of a Slummy Mummy'. Jonathan brings a group of friends together for a holiday to celebrate his 40th birthday.

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11. Father and Son (Large Print) - Edmund Gosse

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This large print title is set in Tieras 16pt font as reccomended by the RNIB.

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12. Fade to Blue - Bill Moody

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Praise for the Evan Horne mysteries.... "When Bill Moody writes about dead jazz musicians, you can hear the blue notes bouncing off the walls." -The New York Times Jazz pianist Evan Horne, settled into San Francisco, takes a gig in Los Angeles, where he's been hired to teach actor Ryan Stiles to look like he's playing piano for an upcoming film role. Suddenly Stiles' adversarial relationship with the paparazzi explodes when a photographer is killed. Was it an accident or is Stiles a suspect? Evan wants out, but Stiles' manager dangles the opportunity for Evan to score the film if he stays. Then when the film begins, another mysterious death occurs, and somebody begins to blackmail the star. Evan launches his own investigation. Then Evan's old nemesis, serial killer Gillian Sims, escapes from prison.... Jazz drummer Bill Moody lives in northern California. He hosts a weekly jazz show, and is the author of six earlier Evan Horne novels. www.billmoodyjazz.com

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13. Fair Cop (Large Print 16pt) - Christine Nixon, Jo Chandler

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Jo Chandler is a senior writer with The Age, writing in-depth reports and analysis across a broad spectrum of topics, with particular interests in humanitarian and women's issues, aid and development, Indigenous affairs, and climate change, about which she has recently written a book, Feeling the Heat. She lives in Melbourne and has two teenage children.

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14. Fear Your Strengths What You Are Best at Could Be Your Biggest Problem (Large Print 16pt) - Robert E. Kaplan, Robert B. Kaiser

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Once you've discovered your strengths, you need to discover something else: your strengths can work against you. You can have too much of a good thing. Many leaders know this on some intuitive level, and they see it in others. But they don't see it as clearly in themselves. Mainly, they think of leadership development as working on their weaknesses. No wonder. The tools used to assess managers are not equipped to pick up on overplayed strengths. Nowhere in most assessments is there language or diagnostics that can reveal when someone is overdoing it - when more is not better. Nationally recognized leadership experts Bob Kaplan and Rob Kaiser have conducted thousands of assessments of senior executives designed to determine when their strengths are betraying them. They draw on their data to identify four fundamental leadership qualities, each positive in and of itself but each of which, if overemphasized, can seriously compromise your effectiveness. Most leaders, they've found, are ''lopsided'' - they favor certain qualities to the exclusion of others without realizing it. The trick is to keep all four in balance. Consider Steve Jobs, who was fired from Apple because of his lopsided emphasis on grand strategic vision. It was when he returned and corrected that lopsidedness - exemplified in his mantra ''real artists ship'' - that Apple became the powerhouse it is today. Fear Your Strengths provides tools to help you become aware of your leadership leanings and excesses and provides insights for combatting the mindset that encourages them. It offers a practical psychology of leadership, a better way for leaders to calibrate their performance, one that is truer to the realities of managerial work.

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15. Faith Begins at Home The Family Makeover with Christ at the Center (Large Print 16pt) - Mark Holmen

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In the past, faith was a central part of the family's home life, yet the reality for many families today is that faith is no more than one - hour, drop off Christianity. To become the strong, healthy, joy - filled families God intended begins with parents

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16. Feeling and Healing Your Emotions A Christian Psychiatrist Shows You How to Grow to Wholeness (Easyread Large Edition) - Conrad W. Baars

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Understand Your Emotions Do you know what is meant by mental health? Do you merely cope with your emotions, or can you use them for your benefit? Are you sure you are leading your children to emotional maturity? Feeling and Healing Your Emotions offers guidelines for emotional and spiritual wholeness. In simple question-and-answer format, readers learn that all emotions are positive aspects of our nature and that a fully developed emotional life can strengthen one's spiritual life. Feeling and Healing Your Emotions shows how humanistic sychology often fails to treat the whole person by ignoring his spiritual dimension. Further, it shows how the Bible is perfectly consistent with a psychology that combines findings in modern clinical psychiatry with centuries-old Christian beliefs about the body, mind and spirit.

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17. Faith Under Fire What the Middle East Conflict Has Taught Me about God (Large Print 16pt) - Andrew White

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The 'Vicar of Baghdad' encounters daily tragedy. What happened to his faith when a young girl in his congregation died, after much hope and prayer? He has met the best and worst: articulate, agreeable imams and rabbis; Christian venality and dishonesty. What has kept him willing to see the best? Every time he returns to Iraq he may be saying goodbye to his family for the last time. What do they think? He suffers from MS. How does he remain cheerful despite his physical weakness, and its progression? What does he say to God, alone in his study, late at night? He has been caught up in momentous events. Can he see the hand of God? Looking ahead, can he be optimistic about the future? Where are his sources of spiritual energy? He solicits prayer: why? 'Not everything God calls us to do is painless,' he comments. 'Much of my work is simply about showing love to the unlovely.'

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18. Ferdinand Fox and the Hedgehog A rhyming picture book story for children ages 3-6 - Karen Inglis

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Children, parents and grandparents will fall in love with Ferdinand Fox, Hatty the hedgehog and her baby son Ed in this delightful rhyming picture book story. Includes eight pages of fun photos and facts about foxes and hedgehogs.

'Ferdinand Fox trotted down past the park, where the seesaws and swings stood still in the dark. His magnificent tale sailed along in the light of the streetlamp above, which lit up the night.'

'That very same night, seeking bugs with her snout, Hatty the hedgehog was out and about. As soon as she smelled the scent of a fox, she scampered to hide in an old soggy box...'

When Ferdinand Fox meets Edmond the baby hedgehog playing out alone one night, little Ed shrieks and curls into a tight prickly ball. He thinks the fox will eat him! But Ed soon realises that he is safe, and has just met a very special fox. Also introducing Hatty, Ed's mum...

Perfect to share with toddlers, pre-school or kindergarten children at home or in the classroom or for home schooling. Older siblings and grown-ups will also love the rhyme!

Includes eight pages of fun photos and facts about foxes and hedgehogs, to share with young children.

Also in this series: Ferdinand Fox's Big Sleep - a firm favourite at school visits!

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19. Falk (Large Print) - Joseph Conrad

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This classic large print title is printed in 16 point Tiresias font as recommended by the Royal National Institute for the Blind

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20. Fever Dream A Daniel Rinaldi Mystery - Dennis Palumbo

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On a blistering summer day, a bank robbery goes wrong, and all of the hostages are killed except Treva Williams. Psychologist and trauma expert Daniel Rinaldi is called in to treat her. Soon the investigating officers, Sergeant Harry Polk and Detective Eleanor Lowrey-as well as Rinaldi-are plunged into a vortex of mistaken identity, kidnapping, and surprising revelations against District Attorney and gubernatorial candidate Leland Sinclair. Rinaldi is distracted by the suicide of a young patient and his growing attraction to Eleanor. Then death threats against Sinclair fuel accusations and political maneuvering. Soon, what he knows-or thinks he knows-will pull him toward a shocking and possibly lethal confrontation. Former Hollywood screenwriter Dennis Palumbo is now a licensed psychotherapist in private practice. Fever Dream is his second mystery novel, following Mirror Image. www.dennispalumbo.com

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