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Plague: A Medical Thriller by Victor Methos – Â A lethal pathogen appears on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. Dr. Samantha Bower of the Centers for Disease Control is handed the case and assigned to investigate its containment and origins.Â Dr. Bower finds a microorganism unlike any she has run across in her lifetime. The symptomology points her to the most destructive disease in human history. One man has offered her help. A man with insight into the disease who reveals nothing about himself or his past.Â Dr. Bower discovers that there are forces at work she can’t understand. All applying pressure to use the chaos of an epidemic to their advantage. But there is one thing she is certain of: humanity may soon be an endangered species . . .Â
Deep Fried and Pickled by Paisley Ray -Â Itâ€™s â€™86, the era of Pop Rocks, Jelly shoes, and big hair bands. Rachael O’Brien’s freshman plan seems simple: Attend a southern college away from her hometown of Canton, Ohio, earn a degree, party, and meet cute guysâ€”hopefully acing the latter two.Â But being threatened by a jealous She-Devil, avoiding the advances of a thirty-something redneck, and discovering an art fraud scheme mess with her â€œto doâ€ list. On top of her troubles at school, Rachael finds herself forging a new relationship with her emotionally shaken father after Mom abandons the family to pursue a psychic calling.Â
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Palo Alto by James Franco ($1.99) – Â James Francoâ€™s story collection traces the lives of a group of teenagers as they experiment with vices of all kinds, struggle with their families and one another, and succumb to self-destructive, often heartless nihilism. In â€œLockheedâ€ a young womanâ€™s summerâ€”spent working a dull internshipâ€”is suddenly upended by a spectacular incident of violence at a house party. In â€œAmerican Historyâ€ a high school freshman attempts to impress a girl with a realistic portrayal of a slave owner during a classroom skitâ€”only to have his feigned bigotry avenged. In â€œI Could Kill Someone,â€ a lonely teenager buys a gun with the aim of killing his high school tormentor, but begins to wonder about his bullyâ€™s own inner life.Â
Love is a Mix Tape by Rob Sheffield ($3.99) -Â In the 1990s, when â€œalternativeâ€ was suddenly mainstream, bands like Pearl Jam and Pavement, Nirvana and R.E.M.â€”bands that a year before would have been too weird for MTV- were MTV. It was the decade of Kurt Cobain and Shania Twain and Taylor Dayne, a time that ended all too soon. The boundaries of American culture were exploding, and music was leading the way. It was also when a shy music geek named Rob Sheffield met a hell-raising Appalachian punk-rock girl named RenÃ©e, who was way too cool for him but fell in love with him anyway. He was tall. She was short. He was shy. She was a social butterfly. She was the only one who laughed at his jokes when they were so bad, and they were always bad. They had nothing in common except that they both loved music. Music brought them together and kept them together. And it was music that would help Rob through a sudden, unfathomable loss.
Shopaholic & Baby by Sophie Kinsella ($1.99) – Â Becky Brandon (nÃ©e Bloomwood) is pregnant! She couldnâ€™t be more overjoyedâ€“especially since discovering that shopping cures morning sickness. Everything has got to be perfect for her baby: from the designer nursery . . . to the latest, coolest pram . . . to the celebrity, must-have obstetrician.Â But when the celebrity obstetrician turns out to be her husband Lukeâ€™s glamorous, intellectual ex-girlfriend, Becky’s perfect world starts to crumble. Sheâ€™s shopping for two . . . but are there three in her marriage?
OMG Baby! by Emma Garcia ($2.99) -Â Viv feels sick. Not just with nerves at seeing the gorgeous Max again, but because there’s a small chance she might quite possiblyâ€¦ most definitelyâ€¦ be pregnant. It’s thrilling. But also terrifying.Â At thirty-two Viv doesnâ€™t have a job, only eats fruit when thereâ€™s nothing else, and can barely meet the needs of her foster cat. And whilst she knows that Max is the love of her life, they donâ€™t exactly have the most stable relationshipâ€¦Â Then, as Viv’s long-lost mother reappears on the scene and they all end up sharing an apartment, all hell breaks loose.Â
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Butternut Summer by Mary McNear ($1.99) – Â Caroline’s life is turned upside down the moment her ex-husband, Jack, strides through the door of her coffee shop. He seems changedâ€”stronger, steadier, and determined to make amends with Caroline and their daughter, Daisy. Is he really different, or is he the same irresistibly charming but irresponsible man he was when he left Butternut Lake eighteen years ago? Caroline, whose life is stuck on pause as her finances are going down the tubes, is tempted to let him back into her life . . . but would it be wise? For Caroline’s daughter, Daisy, the summer is filled with surprises. Home from college, she’s reunited with the father she adoresâ€”but hardly knowsâ€”and swept away by her first true love. But Will isn’t what her mother wants for herâ€”all Caroline can see is that he’s the kind of sexy “bad boy” Daisy should stay away from.
Shopaholic & Baby by Sophie Kinsella ($1.99) -Â Becky Brandon (nÃ©e Bloomwood) is pregnant! She couldnâ€™t be more overjoyedâ€“especially since discovering that shopping cures morning sickness. Everything has got to be perfect for her baby: from the designer nursery . . . to the latest, coolest pram . . . to the celebrity, must-have obstetrician.Â But when the celebrity obstetrician turns out to be her husband Lukeâ€™s glamorous, intellectual ex-girlfriend, Becky’s perfect world starts to crumble. Sheâ€™s shopping for two . . . but are there three in her marriage?
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