You know what book I just grabbed. It’s in my Kindle right now and while you are reading this, I am reading it. I have never been so giddy about a book.

Love Redesigned
Jo Iles
4.1 Stars (50 Reviews)
Genre: Contemporary Fiction | Family Life | Women’s Fiction

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For five years it’s been just the two of them: Holly and her mischievous five-year-old son, Harry. Just mother and son, muddling along happily together. Until the morning when Daniel Madison—Holly’s estranged husband, and Harry’s father—shows up on their doorstep, asking to know his son.

At first, Holly resists exposing Harry to a father who never wanted children in the first place, a father who may not stick around for long. But to her amazement, the arrogant, childish Daniel she once knew seems to have softened, matured. He takes immediately to Harry, and Harry to him. What’s even more surprising is that Daniel’s arrival has reawakened powerful feelings in Holly: feelings she thought she’d left behind long ago. And he appears to feel just as strongly about her.

Now Holly must decide: How much has Daniel really changed? Can she rely on him to be a father to Harry? And can a love that once failed her be… redesigned?

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BRAINSTORM – a Thriller Novel
Gordon A Kessler
4.3 Stars (39 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense | Science Fiction

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BRAINSTORM: What if a small American town is secretly replicated, populated with kidnapped scientists and psychically talented civilians, and then used as a proving ground while training psychic assassins? Political and military leaders of the Free World are the targets of these psychic warriors, and Project Brainstorm’s goal is world domination.

Gold Rush seems to be just another sleepy little Colorado community full of friendly, caring citizens, quaint cottages, and a sort of quiet peace, held gently by the picturesque mountains that surround it. However, something isn’t right in Gold Rush, and early on a Monday morning Robert Weller awakens with a cautioning and insuppressible voice inside his head. He soon finds a secret behind every door, a motive with every glance, and a lie beneath every spoken word. After meeting a strange but beautiful woman named Sunny who insists they were once lovers, people begin dropping dead around him without apparent cause. The world he thought he knew twists upside down as paramilitary teams hunt him, and his own wife and the people he considers friends turn against him.

Weller is thrown into the middle of a military mission to rescue thousands of the town’s citizens from a plot to destroy the free world. In time, Weller discovers he was once the CIA’s top remote viewer, and it’s not just the bad guys who will lose if he survives another day.

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BRAINSTORM goes beyond the bounds of ordinary reason. It blends the past (the CIA’s “Project Stargate,” a twenty-year exploration into remote viewing and psychic powers as background) with the present (incredible new developments in nonlethal weapons such as acoustic cannons, sticky foam, anti-traction substances, electromagnetic pulse devices, and infrared lasers). And it throws in a very sobering reminder; that there are still thousands of American MIAs from the Korean and Vietnam Wars.

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The 7th Victim
Nancy Churchill
4.1 Stars (27 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

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In this action-packed thriller, a serial killer named El Jefe has been stalking female victims in the scorching twin desert towns of Laughlin, Nevada and Bullhead City, Arizona. Each year he returns the body of the woman he has been holding captive, replacing her with a new found random young lady.

Two law enforcement sisters team up to thwart his plans and catch El Jefe. BHC detective Rachael Pennington, is joined by her sister, Amanda, an FBI agent, venturing out on her first assignment.

Tantalizing, torrid, and thrilling, the book is a page-turner about the dark motives of a serial killer and the unbreakable blood bonds of family.

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The Nancy Who Drew
Nancy Wait
5.0 Stars (7 Reviews)
Genre: Biographies & Memoirs

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Who hasn’t wondered why bad things happen to them? The Nancy Who Drew plants a seed of hope that our painful experiences can have a positive outcome when we are willing to see ourselves on more than one level.

The Nancy Who Drew is a memoir that solved a mystery. During the course of writing her book, delving deeper into her feelings as well as the events that occurred, Nancy discovered a clue that would completely alter her perception of why things happened the way that they did.

This is the story of a shy and dreamy girl growing up in New York City in the 50s and 60s. When sheis cruelly betrayed by her mother, Nancy flees to London to realize her dream of studying at RADA and becoming an actress in England. Upon her return home seven years later, disillusioned with acting and eager to start a new life as a painter, her mother confesses that she conceived Nancy “in revenge for World War II.”

Strangely, this resonates with Nancy, as if she has known it all along. She becomes an artist, exploring her subconscious through drawing and painting. But it isn’t until decades later when she begins to write her story that she discovers the meaning of the images. Putting everything together, including childhood drawings of a dead girl and dreams of death, she comes to a new understanding of why she might have “created her reality.”

By sifting through the clues in her own life, Nancy learns about a girl who was killed by the Nazis exactly six years and six months before the day she was born. Is this the girl who haunted her dreams in childhood? Is this the girl on her canvas? If it is, then her own life begins to make sense now.

Sometimes the only way to make sense of your life is to remember the one that came before. Nancy Wait offers an inspiring memoir about rising from abuse to become her soul’s intention. She realizes that she has been given the clues all along. Finally, connecting to a previous death, she comes to know that betrayal is sacred when the heart can encompass the whole.

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Unleash The Sloth! 75 Ways to Reach Your Maximum Potential By Doing Less
Rob Dircks
4.6 Stars (10 Reviews)
Genre: Humor & Entertainment

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It’s the self-help book you’ve always wanted. The one that tells you’re fine just the way you are – and that you can probably get away with doing even less.

It sounds like a paradox, I know. But just look at the mighty sloth, who makes no excuses for who he is – and becomes everything he needs to be.

And now it’s your turn. Take a nap instead of mowing the lawn. Save yourself a few steps and jaywalk. Save yourself a few pen strokes and replace your signature with an X. Make life easier, and you’ll find that you’ll be just as lovable, productive or unproductive as you would’ve been anyway – but without all the unnecessary stress and guilt. Now THAT’S what I call reaching your potential!

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Small Batch Preserves: Chutneys and Relishes
Chef Joe Bandler
4.8 Stars (8 Reviews)
Genre: Cookbooks, Food & Wine

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Making your own preserves is a wonderfully satisfying hobby.In this book I explore the world of Small Batch Chutneys and Relishes.

Both Chutneys and Relishes originated in India and then migrated to Britain where they have become household staples.

Many people in North America associate relishes with the commercially available bright green hot dog relishes found on supermarket shelves everywhere.You can make your own version, including the bright green colored version, but without the other chemicals associated with the commercial products.You can also get more adventurous with numerous other relishes including beet relishes, carrot relishes and even some fruit relishes.

Chutneys are still seen to be exotic, and have price tags that go along with that.A small jar of chutney may sell for $12.00 or more. The fact is that many chutneys are easy to make. They are somewhere between a jam and a relish and are filled with wonderful fruits and spices. Chutneys have an amazing range of flavors, ranging from mild to spicy and hot.

Many of the chutney and relish recipes in this book can be made year round with either fresh ingredients or frozen ingredients.

Once the preparation stage of a recipe is completed, most of the kitchen time involved with chutneys and relishes involves letting the mixtures sit on a back burner to simmer.All you need to do is keep an eye out, stir every so often while you are working on something else.Make a big pot of soup or stew or create a batch of cookies for the kids and some goodies for the freezer.

Ten great reasons for making it yourself

1.You can save money.Lots of money! You can often make your own preserves for next to nothing, or if you follow the frugal tips, you can make a batch of chutneys or relishes for just the cost of vinegar and spices.

2.You will know exactly what ingredients are the jar.No weird, unpronounceable or dangerous chemicals.

3.It is incredibly satisfying to turn a batch of mundane ingredients into a gourmet goodie that would cost $12 or more if purchased from a specialty store.

4.It is FUN! Chop up some veggies with your knife or in the food processor and turn ordinary vegetables into taste sensations.

5.You can make low-cost gifts that impress recipients with your skill, caring and daring-do!

6.You can create goodies that are NOT available commercially.

7.You can make chutneys and relishes year round.

8.You can become eco-friendly. Jars can be recycled dozens and dozens of times.AND you can rescue used jars from friends, neighbors and the recycling center.

9.You can spend quality time together with friends.

10.Teach your children to make preserves. Not only will you be teaching them a life-time skill but you will be spending quality time with them creating their favorites.Imagine them giving Grandma a jar of her favorite Major Grey’s Chutney or favorite beet relish.

You will find a total of 42 Recipes:

24 ChutneyRecipes

18 Relish Recipes

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