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1. Le Divorce - Diane Johnson

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Divorce follows this smart, sexy American abroad as she arrives in Paris to visit stepsister Roxy, a poet whose marriage into an aristocratic French family assured her of a coveted place in Parisian society. But all is not as it should be in the Persand household...

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2. Let The Games Begin - Niccolo Ammaniti

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Ammanitiís latest baroque masterpiece is an invite to the party to end all parties. But what mayhem will ensue when the games begin?

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3. Land of Marvels - Barry Unsworth

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In 1914, as the Great War looms, a disparate cast of characters is thrown together in the desert of Mesopotamia. English, Ottoman & German interest groups, soldiers, spies, engineers, find their priorities clashing.

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4. Last Night at Chateau Marmont - Lauren Weisberger

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Two college sweethearts are living a happy, rather ordinary life in New York but there's a slight twist - she's the breadwinner, supporting her musician boyfriend. Until the tables are turned when he's discovered by a Sony executive.

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5. Little Miracles - Giselle Green

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It should have been the perfect holiday. Julia Fearon arrives in Spain with fiance Charlie and their 18-month old son Haydn. But a day at the beach leads to a terrible tragedy, and in the chaos of a freak storm Haydn disappears.

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6. Lord of Hades - Michelle Grahame

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Bryony Rutherford was finding her temporary job with the Lassiter family just what she needed. That was until attractive, arrogant Dane Lassiter returned to Clermont House.

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7. Loss of Innocence - Richard North Patterson

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June, 1968. America is in a state of turbulence, engulfed in civil unrest and uncertainty. Yet for Whitney Dane, life could not be safer, nor the future more certain. Soon to be married, and the youngest daughter of the patrician Dane family, Whitney has everything she has ever wanted. But the Vineyardís still waters are disturbed by the appearance of Benjamin Blaine.

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8. Love Affairs for Grown-ups - Debby Holt

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Cornelius Hedge finds it difficult enough to talk to people he does know let alone people he doesn't. So he's plunged into gloom when he is talked into driving the female friend of a colleague's wife through France. How on earth will he manage?

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9. Love Lies Bleeding - Kate Thompson

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'Love Lies Bleeding' sees the return of Deirdre O'Dare, the actress protagonist of 'It Means Mischief' and 'More Mischief'. Set in Dublin, Los Angeles, and the Languedoc region of France, this story features a typically glamorous array of characters.

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10. Love Affairs for Grown-ups - Debby Holt

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Cornelius Hedge finds it difficult enough to talk to people he does know let alone people he doesn't. So he's plunged into gloom when he is talked into driving the female friend of a colleague's wife through France. How on earth will he manage?

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11. Love in Small Letters - Francesc Miralles

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A strange visitor bursts into Samuelís flat, determined not to leave, Mishima, a stray cat. Mishima leads Samuel to a strange encounter with the enigmatic Valdemar and his neighbour Titus, with whom he had previously never exchanged a word. This is the catalyst for an incredible transformation that is about to occur in the secluded world Samuel has built around himself.

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12. Last Friends - Jane Gardham

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The witty and sparkling new novel from Jane Gardam, bestselling author of Old Filth

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13. Light in a Dark House - Jan Costin Wagner

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Finnish detective Kimmo Joentaa is called to the local hospital in which his young wife died several years before. An unidentified woman in a coma has been murdered by someone who wept over the body, their tears staining the sheets around her. The death marks the start of a series of killings, with the unknown patient at their centre.

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14. Life After Life - Kate Atkinson

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COSTA NOVEL AWARD WINNER 2013

What if you could live again and again, until you got it right? On a cold and snowy night in 1910, Ursula Todd is born to an English banker and his wife. She dies before she can draw her first breath. On that same cold and snowy night, Ursula Todd is born, lets out a lusty wail, and embarks upon a life that will be, to say the least, unusual. For as she grows, she also dies, repeatedly.

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15. Living with Angels - Joseph Fryman

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16. Living with Spinal Cord Injury A Wellness Approach (Large Print 16pt) - Adrian Cristian

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The definitive guide for dealing with the major challenges those with spinal cord injuries face Medical advances have made it possible for those with spinal cord injuries to live an essentially normal life span' and to lead full' meaningful and productive lives. Inevitably' however' spinal injury superimposes special considerations on the routine activities and passages of life' and activities that might once have been easy can in many cases become increasingly difficult. This book identifies medical and nonmedical problems that individuals with SCI face as they get older' while providing practical advice on how to tackle these challenges. Includes information on health finances social support system the effects of aging.

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17. Lincolns Proclamation (Large Print 16pt) - Blair

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Analysts as diverse as Frederick Douglass and historian Richard Hofstadter have ardently criticized Lincoln's ''passive'' attitude toward abolition. These critics frequently point out that the Emancipation Proclamation was, in practical terms, meaningless, since it freed only those slaves in areas under Confederate control and left slaves in the Union border states in bondage. In this fine work of counter revisionism, history professor Guelzo strives to resurrect the traditional image of Lincoln as the Great Emancipator. Despite Lincoln's frequent assertions that the preservation of the Union was his paramount goal, Guelzo insists that Lincoln was committed to abolition once hostilities commenced. His repudiation of efforts by John Fremont to liberate slaves were merely tactical retreats, according to Guelzo, and when he deemed the moment appropriate, Lincoln struck a mortal blow against the institution. Guelzo marshals considerable evidence to support his views, but this is hardly the final word on the subject. Still, his work is a valuable counterweight to those who too easily dismiss the importance of the document and Lincoln's role in eliminating slavery. Jay Freeman.

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18. Lizzie's Secret: A Gritty Heart-Warming Saga - Rosie Clarke

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London, 1938: Lizzie Larch is a twenty-year-old hat maker in London's East End. She is happy and popular, but carries a heavy secret. Seven years ago she was viciously attacked; recovering in a private sanatorium where she miscarried a child. Lizzie has no memory of the night of the attack, but secrets cannot stay secret for too long. When she starts courting her boss' nephew, shocking revelations surface and threaten to destroy their new-found happiness...

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19. Lipstick and Lies - Margit Liesche

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"A sharply written adventure/mystery debut with a fine feeling for the period." -Kirkus Reviews Women Air Force Service Pilot and undercover agent Pucci Lewis doesn't want to go to jail. But how else can she unmask Grace Buchanan-Dineen, an imprisoned countess-counteragent suspected of triple-dealing and putting our country's future at risk? Confronted by the FBI, Buchanan-Dineen (a real-life figure who led a German spy ring that operated in Detroit during WWII) agreed to help nail the other ring members. Now jailed "for her own protection," her rancor runs deep. Enter Pucci Lewis. When the body of a German spy turns up, Pucci is persuaded to become a sister inmate to see what she can learn. Then she infiltrates a posh women's club where Buchanan-Dineen, billed as a "charm consultant," once lectured. Could the club really be the center of a spy ring? Margit Liesche lives and writes in Marin County, California. Lipstick and Lies is her first novel. www.margitliesche.com

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20. Listen To The Beat! A Kid's Guide To Mazatlan, Mexico - Penelope Dyan

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Mazatlan is a Nahuatl word meaning “place of deer.”(Although when in Mazatlan, our author and photographer saw no deer.)† Nahuatl is commonly known as the Aztec language, a language of the Uto-Aztecan language family. Varieties of Nahuatl are spoken by approximately 1.5 million Nahua people, most of whom live in Central Mexico.† Mazatlan was founded in 1531 by Spaniards and indigenous settlers.† By mid-19th century, immigrants arrived from Germany. It then developed into a commercial seaport and imported equipment for nearby gold and silver mines.† Mazatlan was the capital of Sinaloa from 1859 to 1873.†† The German settlers influenced local music, creating ‘banda’ (described as an alteration of Bavarian folk music) a style of Mexican dance music played by brass and percussion instruments with a heavy beat.

So listen to the beat that makes up the rhythm of Mazatlan, Mexico, as you turn the pages of this fun “learn to read” book and see some of what the award winning author, attorney and former teacher, Penelope Dyan, and photographer, John D. Weigand, saw when they visited Mazatlan, the “Pearl of the Pacific.” Then watch the free music video that goes with this book on Bellissimavideo’s YouTube channel.

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