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Addison Addley Series (1-2) by Melody DeFields McMillan
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Overview: Melody DeFields McMillan is a teacher who lives in Simcoe, Ontario, not far from where she grew up. She is the mother of two adult children. When she’s not writing, she’s enjoying all that nature has to offer.
Her first book about the irrepressible Addison (Addison Addley and the Things That Aren’t There) was nominated for a Silver Birch Award.
Genre: Children, YA Fiction

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01. Addison Addley and the Things That Aren’t There: Addison Addley hates math. He hates public speaking too. Actually, he hates anything that involves work, but he only has a couple of weeks to write and memorize his grade five speech. The problem is, he can’t think of a single topic. When he finally comes up with an excellent idea for a speech, it almost writes itself, but it’s his poor math skills that make speech day unforgettable.

02. Addison Addley and the Trick of the Eye: Addison’s mother wants to sell their comfortable old house and move into a townhouse in a new development across town; a shoe box near a shoe factory, Addison calls it. As usual, Addison’s brain goes into overdrive as he tries to solve two problems: first he must get his mother to see their old house in a new light, and then he must figure out who is responsible for a rash of neighborhood break-ins that make his mother feel unsafe.
With the help of his friend Sam, he puts his own unique spin on optical illusions (and home decor) and ends up surprising everyone, even himself.

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Addison Addley Series (1-2) by Melody DeFields McMillan
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Overview: Melody DeFields McMillan is a teacher who lives in Simcoe, Ontario, not far from where she grew up. She is the mother of two adult children. When she’s not writing, she’s enjoying all that nature has to offer.
Her first book about the irrepressible Addison (Addison Addley and the Things That Aren’t There) was nominated for a Silver Birch Award.
Genre: Children, YA Fiction

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01. Addison Addley and the Things That Aren’t There: Addison Addley hates math. He hates public speaking too. Actually, he hates anything that involves work, but he only has a couple of weeks to write and memorize his grade five speech. The problem is, he can’t think of a single topic. When he finally comes up with an excellent idea for a speech, it almost writes itself, but it’s his poor math skills that make speech day unforgettable.

02. Addison Addley and the Trick of the Eye: Addison’s mother wants to sell their comfortable old house and move into a townhouse in a new development across town; a shoe box near a shoe factory, Addison calls it. As usual, Addison’s brain goes into overdrive as he tries to solve two problems: first he must get his mother to see their old house in a new light, and then he must figure out who is responsible for a rash of neighborhood break-ins that make his mother feel unsafe.
With the help of his friend Sam, he puts his own unique spin on optical illusions (and home decor) and ends up surprising everyone, even himself.

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The Berenstain Bear Scouts series by Stan & Jan Berenstain (5 Books)
Requirements: AZW3/ePUB/MOBI Reader, 55MB
Overview: Stan and Jan Berenstain (often called The Berenstains) were American writers and illustrators best known for creating the children’s book series the Berenstain Bears. Their son Mike joined them as a creative team in the late 1980s.
Genre: Children | Fiction

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The Berenstain Bear Scouts in Giant Bat Cave – Giant Bat Cave has been a home to Bear Country’s bats for millions of years. But now crooked Ralph Ripoff wants to turn the cave into an underground theme park. Can the Bear Scouts "save the cave" before the bats become homeless?

The Berenstain Bear Scouts and the Magic Crystal Caper – The Bear Scouts have a question for Grizzly Gran and her magic crystal ball. But when the ball accidentally falls off the table, it goes prediction wild! To crooked Ralph Ripoff, it’s a swindler’s dream. Will he steal Grizzly Gran’s ball and win every bet?

The Berenstain Bear Scouts and the Run-Amuck Robot – When Professor Actual Factual’s latest invention, the electronically supercharged robot named Robow, runs wild, it’s time for the Berenstain Bear Scouts to take control.

The Berenstain Bear Scouts and the Ice Monster – It’s the Berenstain Bear Scouts to the rescue!Frozen fur balls! Someone — or something — is about to crash Bear Country’s annual winter carnival.
Could it be Santa? Not even close.
Look out, Bear Country, a terrifying ice monster’s coming to town!

Berenstain Bear Scouts and the Evil Eye – The evil Weasel McGreed has a plan to do away with those pesky Bear Scouts. He’ll hypnotize Bigpaw into thinking the scouts are mosquitoes, ready for swatting!

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Download Trouble Rides A Fast Horse by Elizabeth Sellers (.ePUB)

Trouble Rides A Fast Horse by Elizabeth Sellers (The Red Horse of Fallon, #2)
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Overview: In this exciting sequel to “If Horses Were Wishes”, Katy’s adventures continue in her guise as Lady, the horse who makes up the sixth part of a detecting gang of friends. The suspense runs high as the Fallon Five are determined to get to the bottom of some very strange goings on in the large stable yard of their mortal rival in the show jumping arena. Katy has to use every ounce of her strength and the skills she has only recently learned, to smuggle herself into the yard as an undercover horse-spy. But she discovers the stakes are much higher than any of them had expected—and that their foes are armed, dangerous, and very angry. With the help of the horses in the yard, and then from a surprisingly unexpected quarter, the Fallon Five cause mayhem in their quest, and finally succeed in finding out what they’ve come for. But will the friends be able to make it home safely and persuade the adults that they are telling the truth about what they have found? Will they be able to save the remaining horses at the stable yard? And will Katy remain happy in her new life as a horse, or will she finally decide to try and turn back into a girl?
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The Prisoner’s Dilemma by Sean Stuart O’Connor
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Overview: The far north coast of Scotland. Spring 1745. It begins with a murder. But is it a murder when someone is forced to kill his brother, so that he might save his own life? The guilty man is a nobody, a poor fisherman. The person who arrogantly and unthinkingly makes him commit this terrible act, simply to see how he behaved, is the richest man in Scotland, the Earl of Dunbeath. Dunbeath invents his game of life the Prisoner s Dilemma. He invites his old friend, David Hume, to Caithness to play the new game with him. But into their planned discussions blow two survivors from a shipwreck – the beautiful and brilliant Sophie Kant and the calm, charismatic captain, Alexis Zweig. What follows is a claustrophobic and fast-moving game of cat and mouse, as the characters drive relentlessly towards their destinies in life and death, love and betrayal and the passion they each have to achieve their different ambitions. Under the game-playing, the deceits and feints, the science and the philosophy, is a simple tale of three utterly determined and ruthless men struggling to the death to succeed in the race for an extraordinary woman. Which of them will win? How? And why?
Genre: Fiction > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

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Download Womanizer (Spoilt #3) by Joanne Ellis (.ePUB)(.MOBI)

Womanizer (Spoilt, #3) by Joanne Ellis
Requirements: ePub / Mobi reader, 0.5 MB
Overview: When glamorous model Isabelle meets the mercurial photographer Mitch Montgomery during a photo shoot, she vows to have nothing to do with him on a personal level, however irresistible he might be, because of his fearsome reputation as an incorrigible womanizer.
However, despite herself, Isabelle finds Mitch indeed irresistible and is soon falling in love with him, convinced that he has changed his ways since meeting her.
But, just as Isabelle decides this is the man for her, she starts to receive letters from someone called ‘A’, the first initial of her dead husband’s name, warning her against any relationship with Mitch as not being the man he seems to be.
Are these communications from a dead man, from a stalker or from someone providing her with timely advice?
Isabelle is about to find out.
Genre: Romance > Romantic Suspense

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Download The Blaines and the McCalls Series by Ginna Gray (.ePUB)

The Blaines and the McCalls of Crockett, Texas Series by Ginna Gray (1,5,7,8)
Requirements: ePub Reader, 1.2 mb
Overview: Ginna sold her first novel in 1983, after winning the Golden Heart Award, given by Romance Writers of America for the best unpublished novel in a category. She has been working as a full-time writer ever since. When she finishes her current contracts, Ginna will have written 33 books. She has also given many lectures and writing workshops, and judged in writing contests.
Genre: Romance

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#1 – Fools Rush In (Western Lovers: Kids ‘n Kin, #25)
When her gentle twin telephoned in terror and then disappeared, impulsive Erin Blaine raced to the rescue–and collided with Max Delany, the man her missing sister claimed to love.
Sexy Max dubbed Erin a fool for rushing in where angels feared to tread. Still, he offered her his services…in more ways than one. With danger dogging them from city to city, they quickly forged a breathless bond. Erin trembled beneath Max’s tempting lips, yet she knew she must resist. For once they found her beloved twin, Erin would have to let Max go….

#5 – Building Dreams
Still burning from a painful divorce, contractor Ryan McCall is finished with women. That is until his thirteen-year-old son befriends their new neighbor–widowed high-school teacher Tess Benson. But she is seven months pregnant. Tess finds Ryan rude, and his assuming and egocentric behavior is starting to grate on her nerves. Unfortunately, she needs a new Lamaze coach and he is the only person available. Worse still, she’s even starting to "like" him–a lot. Is it possible to have a relationship with someone who doesn’t even like you… or "any" woman for that matter?

#7 – Always
As a freckle-faced tomboy, Meghan McCall discovered the pain of first love by foolishly falling for virile Rhys Morgan. It hadn’t worked out. Now, years later, Rhys was filthy rich, fabulously famous, every woman’s dream lover–and the one man Meghan would go to the ends of the earth to avoid!
Which was, unfortunately, exactly where she landed. Marooned on a desert island. With the idol who’d once lured her, like a sacrificial virgin, into doomed passion. The irresistible rogue Meghan would always despise and–heaven help her–always desire ….

#8 – Meant for Each Other
HUSBAND OF HER DREAMS. Dr. Mike McCall had a way with the children he cared for–and the women he charmed. And Dr. Leah Albright was no exception. When the handsome M.D. heroically saved her brother’s life, Leah was swept into a whirlwind of emotions. His ternder courthsip filled her with the hope of sharing her life with him. And his proposal was a dream come true. But before she could become Mike’s loving wife, Leah had to tell Mike her long-held family secret. A secret that stood strongly between Leah and the man she was meant to be with….

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Download Bennett by Haley Jenner (.ePUB)

Bennett by Haley Jenner (Leaves of a Maple Book 3)
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 328 KB
Overview: Bennett James was out of my league. Beautiful. Charismatic. Addictive. He was the type of man that women fawn over, that could have anyone his heart (or his insatiable libido) desired. He was never supposed to notice me and he sure as hell was never meant to pursue me.
Darci Walker is an enigma. Guarded but wild, if she lets you close enough, and therein lies my problem. My sweet, untamed addiction liked to play timid. That was her first lapse in judgment. Turned me to fire, kick-started a game of cat and mouse I couldn’t get enough of. Me, the Big Bad Wolf. Darci, my sinfully, sexy Riding Hood.
One night led to an addiction neither one of us wanted to overcome. Two nights led to something a little… more. Whether we were ready or not, our connection solidified itself in forever. I was ready, I was willing. Now, if only I could get her to stay the night….
Genre: Romance

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Download Trish Maguire Series by Natasha Cooper (.ePUB)

Trish Maguire Series by Natasha Cooper (1~9)
Requirements: ePub Reader, 3.3 mb
Overview: Natasha Cooper was Chairman of the Crime Writers’ Association in 2000/2001. She reviews books in THE TIMES, THE TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT and the NEW LAW JOURNAL. She is the author of, among others, FAULT LINES and PREY TO ALL.
Genre: Fiction, Mystery & Thrillers

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#1 – Creeping Ivy
Every mother’s worst nightmare comes true when Antonia Weblock’s four-year-old daughter vanishes from the local playground. Antonia desperately turns to her cousin Trish Maguire for help. As a barrister specializing in cases involving children, Trish knows exactly what can happen to them at the hands of abusive adults. But no one can be above suspicion and it isn’t long before Trish herself comes to the attention of the police.

#2 – Fault Lines
The brilliant and idealistic Trish Maguire returns in a devastating case of corruption and conspiracy.
In a particularly difficult case of alleged child abuse, Trish knows that the jury’s decision hinges on the persuasive testimony of her friend and star witness, Kara Huggate. When Kara doesn’t appear at the trial, she realizes that something must have gone terribly wrong.
She returns to her chambers after court to find the police waiting for her with some horrifying news: Kara has been brutally raped and murdered. At first it seems as though her attacker was the Kingsford Rapist – a serial rapist and killer who has managed to elude the police. Then several inexplicable clues indicate that the murderer may have been a copy cat.
Trish receives a letter from Kara, posted the night of her death, asking her to help a suspicious man named Blair Collons. Although Trish decides to help him out of loyalty and affection for her friend, she cannot understand why Kara cared so much for the paranoid and strangely obsessive Blair. Soon Trish finds herself mired in his unhappy story, with potentially devastating consequences.

#3 – Prey To All
British barrister Trish Maguire is keeping a deathwatch at the bedside of her father, from whom she’s long been estranged, when an old friend prevails on her to help Deborah Gibbert, a woman accused of suffocating her own ailing father. Even her own family believe Deb killed her father, a difficult man whose death by "natural causes" was successfully challenged by Deb’s sister and led to a guilty verdict against her. Trish’s own conflicts with her father inform her efforts on Deb’s behalf; so does Deb’s long friendship with an M.P. whose motives for helping her case are murky, to say the least.
This relatively bloodless psychological thriller is short on suspense but somewhat longer on character development. Trish is a complex woman whose sense of obligation to her family and friends, as well as her clients, often results in the kind of intrapsychic conflicts that make for interesting reading but detract from the pace of the narrative and do little to ratchet up the dramatic tension. This is her third appearance in an otherwise unremarkable series that will appeal mostly to those interested in the arcane workings of the English legal system.

#4- Out of the Dark
An eight-year-old boy comes running out of the dark to find barrister Trish Maguire one wet Sunday night. Just before he can reach her, he’s knocked over by a skidding car. Fighting to save his life, the rescue team finds Trish’s name and address sewn into the boy’s clothes. The police are convinced that he must be her son-but Trish knows he can’t be. Is he connected with one of her clients? Could he be a blood relation? And who has sent him to Trish?
Recovering from a miscarriage, about to go to court with a career-changing commercial case, and missing her partner, George, who is 5,000 miles away, the last thing Trish wants is responsibility for a lost boy. But there is no one else. Her search for the boy’s identity takes her to a brutal inner-city housing project, where she has to confront not only the reality of life for the poor and destitute, but also many of her own fears. News of a particularly brutal murder reaches her, and within hours she learns that her erratic father is the chief suspect. It will take all her resolution and integrity to pick her way through this maze.
The gulfs between rich and poor-and between the heroically honest and those for whom life and the law are always negotiable-rip off the last of Trish’s self-protective blinders. There are choices to be made and lives to be saved.

#5 – A Place Of Safety
Sir Henry Buxford asks Trish Maguire to investigate one of his private charities that controls a magnificent art collection built up before 1914 and lost for most of the 20th century. As a small job expands to montrous proportions, Trish’s private life is shattered by a death she knows she will never forget.

#6 – Keep Me Alive
Why did investigative journalist Jamie Maxden die? The coroner says it was suicide. The case is closed. Only one man fights to reopen it. Will Applewood is sure Jamie was about to expose a scandal that would shame the British food industry. But Will is notorious for his conspiracy theories. No one listens to him. In despair he turns to his barrister, Trish Maguire.
Felled by food poisoning in the middle of Will’s case against a huge supermarket chain, Trish is ready to believe any story about dangers lurking inside the pretty packaging of the food we eat. Even though she has more than enough to do already with the trial, an attempt to save a child at terrible risk, and plenty of emotional complications of her own, she agrees to help.
Will’s campaign takes her deep into the countryside, revealing a world that seems quite different from the metropolitan life she knows. But human nature doesn’t change—whatever the environment.
Moving between the ravishing landscape and the grim depths of the inner city, trying to save lives and sanity, inexhaustible Trish is driven into a crusade—both personal and professional—that combines excitement, drama, and agonizing human tragedy.

#7 – Gagged & Bound
Barrister Trish Maguire tackles a thirty-year-old terrorism case when distinguished biographer, Beatrice Bowman, hires her to fight a libel claim by a new ennobled member of the House of Lords who says she misidentified him as one of the terrorists who killed a busload of young children.
Meanwhile, Trish’s old friend, Inspector Caro Lyalt, faces an impossible decision—blow the whistle that could end a colleague’s career (and jeopardize her own), or do nothing and never forgive herself. In the running for a fantastic new job within the police force, she learns that a South London crime family is paying off her biggest rival. The villains gag and suffocate anyone who tries to expose their secrets. If the allegations are false, she loses all hope of this job or any other, but if they are true and she does nothing, she’ll live with the guilt forever.
Trish is caught in the middle. As she and Caro help each other find the information they need, Caro’s top informant is shot. Then the body of a young woman turns up in a park, bound, gagged, and suffocated with all the trademarks of a mob killing. And someone is trying to use Trish’s twelve-year-old brother to force her to drop her inquiry. Picking her way through the maze of lies and threats, she brings danger terrifyingly close to herself and the people she loves.
In her seventh thrilling Trish Maguire mystery, Natasha Cooper explores the full destructive power of the wrong words spoken at the wrong time.

#8 – A Greater Evil
Trish Maguire, secure in her job as a top corporate lawyer, has almost forgotten the harshness of her early career defending abused children. But when Sam Foundling, her first client, comes back into her life as an adult, she’s forced to revisit those painful times. Now a brilliant sculptor, married to Trish’s colleague Cecilia and expecting his first child, Sam seems to have gotten over the abuse he suffered as an adolescent.
When Cecilia is found beaten to death in Sam’s art studio, the police, including Trish’s best friend Caroline, are sure that Sam is to blame. Trish, however, is not so quick to believe it. Is Sam merely a distraught husband, trying to hold it together for his newborn daughter, or was the horror of his past too much for him to overcome? Or did Cecilia’s murder have something to do with the seemingly cursed London Arrow building, built on the mass grave of plague victims?
In her eighth Trish Maguire mystery, Natasha Cooper shows all the emotional intelligence, strong characterization, and sense of place that have won her acclaim from both readers and critics.

#9 – A Poisoned Mind
“I don’t know how you’ve survived at the Bar this long,” Anthony said to Trish. “Caring for your clients to the point of derangement is bad enough; but to start fretting over the opposition. . . . ”
In spite of the barristers’ rule that any suitably quali?ed member of the Bar who is free to take an offered case must do so, QC Trish Maguire can’t quite understand how her head of chambers, Anthony Shelley, can accept a case defending the corrupt Clean World Waste Management company. So when the brilliant and cynical Anthony is nearly killed in an accident, Trish is faced with a painful dilemma: Does she take over the company’s defense, or threaten her hard-won career by refusing to appear in court against Angie Fortwell, the impoverished widow of a hard-working farmer? As Trish delves deeper into the case, she grows more and more troubled by a nagging thought: Was the explosion that killed Angie’s husband really an accident, or the result of sabotage?
With all this going on at work, the last thing Trish needs is the possibility of explosions at home. Yet she can’t simply walk away from Jay, the clever but damaged fourteen-year-old boy who has attached himself to her family—especially when his mother is found beaten and close to death.

A brilliant novel of crime and its consequences, A Poisoned Mind demonstrates the full range of Natasha Cooper’s emotional intelligence and storytelling powers.

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Download Manhattan by Hélène (Helene) Cixous (.ePUB)

Manhattan: Letters from Prehistory by Hélène Cixous
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Overview: Manhattan is the tale of a young French scholar who travels to the United States in 1965 on a Fulbright Fellowship to consult the manuscripts of beloved authors. In Yale University’s Beinecke Library, tantalized by the conversational and epistolary brilliance of a fellow researcher, she is lured into a picaresque and tragic adventure. Meanwhile, back in France, her children and no-nonsense mother await her return. A young European intellectual’s first contact with America and the city of New York are the background of this story. The experience of Manhattan haunts this labyrinth of a book as, over a period of thirty-five years, its narrator visits and revisits Central Park and a half-buried squirrel, the Statue of Liberty and a never again to be found hotel in the vicinity of Morningside Heights: a journey into memory in which everything is never the same.

Traveling from library to library, France to the United States, Shakespeare to Kafka to Joyce, Manhattan deploys with gusto all the techniques for which Cixous’s fiction and essays are known: rapid juxtapositions of time and place, narrative and description, analysis and philosophical reflection. It investigates subjects Cixous has spent her life probing: reading, writing, and the “omnipotence-other” seductions of literature; a family’s flight from Nazi Germany and postcolonial Algeria; childhood, motherhood, and, not least, the strange experience of falling in love with, as Jacques Derrida writes, “a counterfeit genius.
Genre: Historical Fiction

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