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1. Until Thy Wrath Be Past - Asa Larsson

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In the first thaw of spring the body of a young woman surfaces in the River Torne in the far north of Sweden. Rebecka Martinsson is working as a prosecutor in nearby Kiruna, her sleep troubled by visions of a shadowy, accusing figure. Could the body belong to the girl in her dream?

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2. Up in Smoke - Katie MacAlister

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May's heart belongs to Gabriel, the leader of the silver dragons. She is shocked when Gabriel encourages her to succumb to the Demon Prince who is trying to woo her. But her fire-breathing boyfriend has an ulterior motive.

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3. Undead and Unwelcome - MaryJanice Davidson

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Betsy Taylor has problems that only a vampire queen/suburban wife could possibly understand - 50,000 angry werewolves. That's what Betsy is facing when she takes her werewolf friend Antonia's body home to Cape Cod. Because Antonia died in her service, Betsy is alive and well - and wracked with guilt.

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4. Up in Honey's Room - Elmore Leonard

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Elmore Leonard brings his genius for characterisation, his rich ear for dialogue, and his piercing psychological insight to a gripping story set in an era he's never before explored: the years of the Second World War.

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5. Under the Same Stars - Tim Lott

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A vivid glimpse of a Britain's 'brother country' through the eyes of a skeptical outsider, a profound exploration of fraternal love and a gripping journey of the soul.

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6. Unleashing the Power of Faith - David Yonggi Cho

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A small, powerful, book that will truly unleash the power of faith in whoever reads it. Contains three short chapters that show the readers how to harness the power of faith and use it to change everything in their lives and in their relationship with God.

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7. Unsafe for Democracy: World War I and the U.S. Justice Departmen - William H. Thomas

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During World War I it was the task of the US Department of Justice, using the Espionage Act and its later Sedition Act amendment, to prosecute and convict those who opposed America's entry into the conflict. This book documents how, in case after case, the Justice Department used threats and warnings to frighten war critics and silence dissent.

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8. Ulysses the Befuddled Basset - Emma M. Glover

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Ulysses is a basset hound who thinks he can sing, but sounds like a fog horn in the bay. That’s how he got into trouble in the backyard. Wise Owl tells Ulysses to be what he is and find his own special sound. That’s how he learned to make the most joyful noise in all the land.
Suggested age range for readers: 3-7

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9. Unti Lippman #16 LP - Laura Lippman

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10. Uncharted Waters (Large Print 16pt) - Sarah Dubose

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When Beth Davidson spies an unfamiliar black Honda lurking outside her apartment, and hours later a stranger leaves a suggestive message on her answering machine, her worries are just beginning. Her fear grows as mysterious gifts appear on her doorstep, and photos are stolen from her apartment. It's not too long before Beth turns to the police for help - in particular, the rather attractive Donnie Crawford. As the Domestic Violence Unit investigate her case, gradually closing in on the man who is terrorizing her life, Beth soon develops a relationship with the protective and supportive Donnie. Beth, up close with the workings of the Department, throws herself heart and soul into her application to join them, putting herself through the difficult uphill battle of the gruelling Police Academy. Motivated by her experiences and her faith, Beth manages to achieve the unachievable - maintaining grades in the Academy, a decent relationship, and friends to boot. When Donnie proposes, Beth's dreams seem to be coming true ... until she comes face to face with her stalker in the park. When it's his wits against her own, will she have the strength to assert herself to bring his reign of terror to an end?

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11. Uncle Tom's Cabin - Harriet Beecher Stowe

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Stowes rich, panoramic novel passionately dramatises why the whole of America is implicated in and responsible for the sin of slavery.

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12. Unwanted Love Story My True Love Story - Herb Nolan

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Born in the Depression years of the thirties in Vancouver, B.C. As a boy, he was shifted from parent to parent and attended eleven different schools over twelve years and graduated from King George High School, where he spent the last four years before graduating. Spent thirty years of his life working for the Burlington Northern Railroad in Vancouver. He and his wife raised four children and still reside in an area called North Vancouver.

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13. Uncommon Sense (Large Print 16pt) - Richard A. Posner

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On December 5, 2004, the still-developing blogosphere took one of its biggest steps toward mainstream credibility, as Nobel Prize - winning economist Gary S. Becker and renowned jurist and legal scholar Richard A. Posner announced the formation of the Becker-Posner Blog. In no time, the blog had established a wide readership and reputation as a reliable source of lively, thought-provoking commentary on current events, its pithy and profound weekly essays highlighting the value of economic reasoning when applied to unexpected topics. Uncommon Sense gathers the most important and innovative entries from the blog, arranged by topic, along with updates and even reconsiderations when subsequent events have shed new light on a question. Whether it's Posner making the economic case for the legalization of gay marriage, Becker arguing in favor of the sale of human organs for transplant, or even the pair of scholars vigorously disagreeing about the utility of collective punishment, the writing is always clear, the interplay energetic, and the resulting discussion deeply informed and intellectually substantial. To have a single thinker of the stature of a Becker or Posner addressing questions of this nature would make for fascinating reading; to have both, writing and responding to each other, is an exceptionally rare treat. With Uncommon Sense, they invite the adventurous reader to join them on a whirlwind intellectual journey. All they ask is that you leave your preconceptions behind.

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14. Urgent Message from Mother Gather the Women, Save the World (Large Print 16pt) - Jean Shinoda Bolen

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In its original edition, this culmination of Jean Shinoda Bolen's life's work sold over 25,000 copies. Now in paperback for the first time Urgent Message from Mother is a call to action for all the women of the world. This unique combination of visionary thinking and practical how-to seeks to galvanize the power of women acting together in order to save our world. Bolen outlines the lessons we can learn from the women's movement, draws on Jungian psychology and the sacred feminine, and gives powerful examples of women coming together all over the globe and making a significant impact.

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15. Under One Roof: How a Tough Old Woman in a Little Old House Changed My Life - Barry Martin, Philip Lerman

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Edith Macefield achieved hero status in 2006 when she turned down $1 million to sell her home to make way for a commercial development. Barry Martin respected that, and when he took the job as construction supervisor, he was determined to make things as easy for Edith.

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16. USA Crossword Puzzles For Seniors - Speedy Publishing LLC

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Think you have what it takes to solve any crossword puzzle? This USA Crossword Puzzles For Seniors book will challenge even the most experienced of puzzle lovers. This book is packed full with challenging crosswords sure to please the typical crossword puzzle solver. Love a good brain tease? Try your hand with this copy!

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17. Under the Dog Star A Rachel Goddard Mystery - Sandra Parshall

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"Spine-tingling tension from cover to cover...." -Kirkus Reviews Pets are vanishing mysteriously in Mason County, VA, and a pack of feral canines roams at night, attacking livestock in a desperate search for food. When physician Gordon Hall is found dead, his throat ripped open, Sheriff's Department investigator Tom Bridger and his girlfriend, veterinarian Rachel Goddard believe it's premeditated murder, possibly connected to illegal dog fighting. But Dr. Hall's son insists the pack killed his father. Rachel and her friend Holly Turner make enemies by trying to move the dogs to a sanctuary. Now Tom must deal with the growing controversy, shut down the dog-fighting operation, and hunt for Gordon Hall's killer.... Sandra Parshall lives in Northern Virginia with her husband, a longtime Washington journalist. Under the Dog Star is fourth in her Agatha Award-winning series featuring veterinarian Rachel Goddard. www.sandraparshall.com

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18. User's Guide to Garlic Learn How This Remarkable Food Can Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease and Cancer. (Large Print 16pt) - Stephen Fulder

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A common spice, garlic has been used for thousands of years for its powerful medicinal properties. Folklore or fact? In recent years, scientists have documented how this flavorful ingredient, rich in beneficial antioxidants, can help lower cholesterol levels and blood pressure and protect against coronary heart disease, cancer, and many other diseases. In this User's Guide, Dr. Fulder explains everything readers need to know about garlic, including how to use it for maximum benefits.

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19. Under the Microscope The Story of an Australian Medical Pioneer (Large Print 16pt) - Professor Earl Owen

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Under the Microscope is the story of an extraordinary man, his many life - changing inventions, and his exceptional life and special friendships. Born into a family of doctors - on the paternal and maternal sides - with a birth defect that no one knew how to treat, Earl Owen was given a dose of radiation before anyone knew what radiation treatment could do to a human body, let alone a newborn baby. Earl Owen's medical parents, aunts and uncles failed to notice that as he grew he walked with a limp and when he was eleven he had an accident in a school race, which left him in hospital for a year enduring a series of excruciating surgeries in an attempt to remedy his damaged bones. Whilst lying in bed alone in a dark basement room in the hospital, he decided he would grow up to be the a new kind of surgeon - one who would deal delicately and carefully with birth defects and would communicate sensitively with patients. When he was discharged from the hospital he took up piano lessons and discovered he was a talented musician. As he came out of his teens, he had to decide whether to pursue a career as a concert pianist or a surgeon. To say this man is a high achiever barely touches on his gifts and talents. He was one of the earliest, most inventive and enterprising pioneers of microsurgery; he designed instruments and microscopes for his operations; he did the first finger replacement on a child (for which he was sacked from the Sydney Children's Hospital, even though it was successful operation); co - led the team that completed the first successful hand transplant (whose recipient turned out to be an ex - con from New Zealand, who had lost his arm in jail); and trained the team that completed the first double - hand transplant. Earl Owen was the first surgeon to be able to reverse vasectomies and complete fallopian tube ligatures (using his microsurgical prowess). And he designed the chairs in the Sydney Opera House! He has done more in his eighty years than most of us could dream of and this book is his story in his words.

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20. User's Guide to Natural Treatment for Lyme Disease Learn How Nutritional and Other Therapies Can Help You Control Your Symptoms. (Large Print 16pt) - James J. Gormley

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Lyme disease is caused by a bacterial infection transmitted by a tick bite, and is best treated early with antibiotics. However, many people suffer from chronic relapsing Lyme disease, which can cause a variety of physical and psychiatric symptoms: recurrent fever, fatigue, muscle and joint stiffness, poor coordination, lightheadedness, mood swings, and depression. In this User's Guide, health authors James Gormley and Caren Feingold Tishfield, R.D., explain how to best avoid Lyme disease and how to benefit from safe treatments.

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