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The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto
by Mitch Albom
#1 New York
Times bestselling author Mitch Albom creates his most unforgettable
fictional character—Frankie Presto, the greatest guitarist to ever
walk the earth—in this magical novel about the bands we join in life
and the power of talent to change our lives.
Today only, The Magic String of Frankie
Presto is $1.99 at Kindle and NOOK stores.
From Avon Books: She's an American heiress. He's a
devilish earl. When these two collide, the sparks ignite a shocking scandal in
USA Today bestselling author Laura Lee
Guhrke's unforgettable Victorian-era romance.
Linnet Holland wants nothing to do with fortune hunters.
No, she's determined to marry a man who loves her. But just as she's about to
accept the perfect marriage proposal from the man she wants, the rakish Earl of
Featherstone interrupts and ruins everything, including her reputation, with his
Today only, Catch a Falling Heiress is $1.99 at the
NOOK Book Store.
After trying to help Benjamin Pearl, an undernourished,
nearly feral eleven-year-old boy living in the Montana wilderness, social worker
Pete Snow comes face-to-face with the boy's profoundly disturbed father,
Jeremiah. With courage and caution, Pete slowly earns a measure of trust from
this paranoid survivalist itching for a final conflict that will signal the
coming End Times.
In this shattering and iconic American
novel, Smith Henderson explores the complexities of freedom, community, grace,
suspicion, and anarchy, brilliantly depicting our nation's disquieting and
violent contradictions. Fourth of July Creek is an unforgettable,
In President Me,
New York Times bestselling author,
comedian, actor, television, and podcast host Adam Carolla shares his vision for
a different, better America free from big issues like big government down to
small problems like hotel alarm clock placement. Running on an anti-narcissism
platform, President Carolla calls for a return to the values of an earlier time
when stew and casserole were on every dinner table and there were no 'service
dogs' on airplanes. President Me hits right at the heart of what makes
our country really annoying, and offers a plan to make all of our lives, but
mostly Adam's, much better.
After many years of struggle and sacrifice, the American
colonists had finally earned their freedom. It was now time to establish unity
among the thirteen states and forge a new nation. In this installment of the
acclaimed American Story series, history lovers Betsy and Giulio Maestro tell
the true story of the first thirty-two years of the United States, from the
Treaty of Paris to the War of 1812.
As long as there has been an America, the indomitable
spirit of American women has shaped both the country's history and society.
Regardless of the time and place these women were born each excelled in her
respective field, making it easier for the next generation. This is what makes
them heroines. In American Heroines, Kay Bailey Hutchison presents
female pioneers in fields as varied as government, business, education and
healthcare, who overcame the resistance and prejudice of their times and
accomplished things that no woman—and sometimes no man—had done before.
Hutchison, a pioneer in her own right, became the first woman elected to the
United States Senate from the State of Texas.
Sandra Day O'Connor, America's first woman justice,
became the axis on which the Supreme Court turned. She was called the most
powerful woman in America, and it was often said that to gauge the direction of
American law, one need look only to O'Connor's vote. Then, just one year short
of a quarter century on the bench, she surprised her colleagues and the nation
by announcing her retirement.
A groundbreaking book that upends our understanding of
Conventional history tells us humans migrated on foot
across present-day Alaska, populating the Americas far later than other
continents. However, emerging new evidence suggests seafarers reached the
continents thousands of years earlier and developed far more sophisticated
civilizations than previously imagined....