02_25_2015_The Call of the Wild_Jack London

The Call of the Wild 25 Feb

The Call of the Wild is a novel by Jack London, originally published in 1903. The story is set in the Yukon during the 1890s Klondike Gold Rush—a period when strong sled dogs were in high demand. The novel’s central character is a dog named…

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02_24_2015_Moby Dick_Herman Melville

Moby Dick 24 Feb

“Call me Ishmael…” and so begins the epic tale of one man’s obsession with Moby Dick, the white whale. A strange and compelling book, this is one of American literature’s finest and is required reading in many AP and college English courses. Check to make…

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02_23_2015_The Picture of Dorian Gray_Oscar Wilde

The Picture of Dorian Gray 23 Feb

The Picture of Dorian Gray is the only novel written by Oscar Wilde and at the time of publication in 1891, it offended the moral sensibilities of the British. The novel tells the story of Doian Gray, who sells his soul so that his beauty…

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02_22_2015_The Idiot_Fyodor Dostoevsky

The Idiot 22 Feb

When a Prince returns to Russia after years in a sanitorium, he finds himself scorned by the aristocracy because of his trusting nature and naiveté. Caught in a love triangle between a virtuous and pretty young girl and a mistress of the aristocracy, he finds…

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02_21_2015_The Three Musketeers_Alexandre Dumas

The Three Musketeers 21 Feb

The Three Musketteers is a classic adventure novel.The book is the tale of d’Artagnan, a young man who leaves Paris to become a Musketteer and meets three friends who live by the motto “all for one, one for all.” Check to make sure the price…

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02_20_2015_Death and Taxes_David Dodge

Death and Taxes 20 Feb

The first novel from one of the greatest of mystery writers, the man who would later go on to write TO CATCH A THIEF. Often compared to Dashiell Hammett, David Dodge’s urbane writing style stands the test of time. His novels still show the hallmarks…

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02_19_2015_Inevitable_J.L. Beck

Inevitable 19 Feb

Best Selling Author J.L. Beck brings you the second book in the compelling Kingpin Love Affair Series. This book should be read after book one (Indebted). Reader Warning: This book is for mature readers only. It contains graphic violence, sex, swearing, and content that is…

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02_18_2015_The Strange Death of Fiona Griffiths_Harry Bingham

The Strange Death of Fiona Griffiths 18 Feb

British author, Harry Bingham, blew critics and readers away with his crime debut, Talking to the Dead. His second novel, Love Story, with Murders, established DC Fiona Griffiths as the most compelling heroine in crime fiction. With this, the third novel in the series, comes…

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02_17_2015_Three Days to Forever _Lauren Carr

Three Days to Forever 17 Feb

In this latest Mac Faraday Mystery from best-selling mystery author Lauren Carr, readers will embark on a rollercoaster adventure with old friends (including the Lovers in Crime team of Prosecutor Joshua Thornton and Homicide Detective Cameron Gates), but also meet new ones as Mac Faraday’s…

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02_116_2015_Daughter of the Howling Moon_R H Burkett

Daughter of the Howling Moon 16 Feb

“The copper stink of fresh blood in my nose. Cool air on my face. I ran. In three bounds I climbed to a high limb on the cypress tree, crouched on the branch, ears pricked. Far away I picked up the cries of the man…

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