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The Mystery Murder Case of the Century
by Robert Tanenbaum

by Anna Godbersen

Songs of 1966 That Make Me Wish I Could Sing
by Elizabeth Crook

The Opposite of Loneliness
by Marina Keegan

Remembering Ethel Merman
by Tony Cointreau

The Eleven Nutritional Commandments for Joint Health
by Richard Diana


Lineage: Life and Love and Six Generations in California WineLineage: Life and Love and Six Generations in California Wine
by Steven Kent Mirassou

Unfear: Transform Your Organization to Create Breakthrough Performance and Employee Well-BeingUnfear: Transform Your Organization to Create Breakthrough Performance and Employee Well-Being
by Gaurav Bhatnagar

Two top experts on high-performing organizations show today’s leaders how to reframe their own and their employees’ relationship with fear and anxiety to create a learning culture of engaged workers at the top of their game.

Fear and uncertainty have been undermining performance and well-being in the workplace for as long as we have had workplaces. Worse, the ever-increasing speed of business, the economic slowdown and volatility we face due to Covid-19, as well as racial tensions and social inequality further exacerbate these emotions. 

48 Whispers: From Pine Ridge and the Northern Plains48 Whispers: From Pine Ridge and the Northern Plains
by Kevin Hancock

48 Whispers is a unique photojournalism collection of short meditations, accompanied by full-page color photographs spanning ten years of visits to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and the northern plains.

The Space in Between: An Empath's Field GuideThe Space in Between: An Empath's Field Guide
by Signe Myers Hovem

Are you highly sensitive? Empathetic? Empathic? An empath? The Space in Between captures the essence of what it means to live as an empath—and demonstrates how an ordinary person can open up to living an extraordinary life. Longtime spiritual counselor and seasoned guide Signe Myers Hovem takes readers on a journey through her life, demystifying empathic receptivity and revealing that it is not a “gift” or “power” but a feature of one’s sensory perception and intuition, an ability that allows us to live in extended communication with nature and humanity. She elucidates the difference between having empathic traits and sensitivities and actually having the skills and abilities of an empath. And she explores the five different landscapes and fields of consciousness that provided her with insight and movement as she traveled her own path of discovery—Field of Reflection, Field of Definition, Field of Sensing, Field of Awareness and Experience, and Field of Mystery—helping readers to dismantle long-held beliefs, illuminating the intentional path towards balance and belonging, and encouraging us all to rediscover what it means to live a truly authentic life.

Be Your Own Medical Intuitive: Healing Your Body and SoulBe Your Own Medical Intuitive: Healing Your Body and Soul
by Tina Zion

Find yourself in this book as it guides you forward into your own personal healing.

This book is your companion to first exponentially increase your intuition to the highest level. Then it guides you through exact healing methods that have improved people's lives for decades.


Treachery Times TwoTreachery Times Two
by Bob McCaw

Secret military weapons, saboteurs, a volcanic eruption—and a probe of Chief Detective Koa Kane’s criminal past

On Hawaii Island, a volcanic earthquake disrupts an abandoned cemetery—unearthing the body of a woman mutilated by her killer to conceal her identity.

The search for her identity leads Hilo Hawaii’s Chief Detective Koa Kane to a mysterious defense contractor with a politically connected board of directors. Defying his chief of police, Koa pursues the killer, only to become entangled in an FBI espionage investigation of Deimos, a powerful secret military weapon. Is the FBI telling all it knows—or does it, too, have a duplicitous agenda?

The Wilkes InsurrectionThe Wilkes Insurrection
by Robbie Bach

An elusive extremist hell-bent on destroying America. A woman of uncommon valor haunted by her tragic past. A dark web hacker confronting his conscience. A failed intelligence officer in search of redemption.

Threads of Yoga: Themes, Reflections, and Meditations To Weave Into Your PracticeThreads of Yoga: Themes, Reflections, and Meditations To Weave Into Your Practice
by Pam Seelig

Deepen and invigorate your yoga practice with yogic themes based on ancient wisdom designed to inspire you on and off the mat.

Yoga draws many practitioners because of its physical benefits--from exercise to stress relief--but it is the recognition and experience of peace that keeps people returning to yoga and turning the focus of their practice from the physical to the spiritual. For those seeking deeper spiritual teachings, Threads of Yoga brings yoga philosophy from the ashram to your mat. 

Great American Road Trips - Scenic DrivesGreat American Road Trips - Scenic Drives
by Reader's Digest Editors

Let the natural beauty of America’s most scenic drives inspire the travel bug within you and get you exploring the wide-open spaces and breathtaking vistas in our country.

Dovetails in Tall GrassDovetails in Tall Grass
by Samantha Specks

Inspired by the true story of the thirty-eight Dakota-Sioux men hanged in Minnesota in 1862―the largest mass execution in US history―Dovetails in Tall Grass is a powerful tale of two young women connected by the fate of one man.

Act of NegligenceAct of Negligence
by John Bishop

Something unusual is going on with the dementia patients at Pleasant View Nursing Home.

Dr. Jim Bob Brady, Houston orthopedic surgeon and amateur sleuth, finds himself in the midst of a different type of medical mystery. His friend and colleague, Dr. James Morgenstern, refers him a series of dementia patients with orthopedic problems from Pleasant View Nursing Home. Each patient dies, irrespective of the treatment, a situation that Doc Brady is unaccustomed to.


The Girl in the Red Boots: Making Peace with My MotherThe Girl in the Red Boots: Making Peace with My Mother
by Judith Ruskay Rabinor

Can a mother be both loving and selfish? Caring and thoughtless? Deceitful and devoted? These are the questions that fuel psychologist Dr. Judy Rabinor’s quest to understand her ambivalence toward her mother.

Where Do You Hang Your Hammock?: Freedom and Peace of Mind for WritersWhere Do You Hang Your Hammock?: Freedom and Peace of Mind for Writers
by Bella Mahaya Carter

In Where Do You Hang Your Hammock? seasoned coach and author Bella Mahaya Carter shows writers how to use their present circumstances as stepping-stones to a successful and meaningful writing life, navigated from the inside out. It encourages writers and authors to rethink their ambitions (which may be fueled by the tyrannical demands of the ego) and trust in their heartfelt purpose and values in the journey to becoming, or continuing on, as authors. Many writers believe their self-sabotaging thoughts are trustworthy and true. 

From Ashes to SongFrom Ashes to Song
by Hilary Hauck

After losing his grandfather and the family vineyard in Italy, 1911, and with his gift for music hanging by a thread, Pietro looks for a new start in the coal mines of Pennsylvania. When Assunta’s beautiful voice and gentle heart stir a new song, it is a glimpse at hope. But then grief strikes in Assunta’s life and Pietro is to blame. Inspired by true events, From Ashes the Song is a story of unconventional love, hope, and the extraordinary gifts brought to America by ordinary people in the great wave of immigration.

Who Do You Want to Be When You Grow Old?: The Path of Purposeful AgingWho Do You Want to Be When You Grow Old?: The Path of Purposeful Aging
by Richard J. Leider

Our later years need not be a time of loss. This book helps readers embrace the positive possibilities of aging and provides guidance on doing so purposefully, with courage, compassion, and curiosity.

In their bestseller Repacking Your Bags, Richard Leider and David Shapiro defined the good life as "living in the place you belong, with people you love, doing the right work, on purpose." This book argues that aging well can be similarly defined as "aging in the place you belong, with people you love, doing the right 'work,' on purpose."