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Week of August 13, 2012

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Week of August 13, 2012

In CLOSE YOUR EYES by Iris and Roy Johansen, FBI agent Adam Kyle consults with music therapist Kendra Michael to help him solve his case, a case that has Kendra's ex in the path of a known serial killer. Will Kendra and Adam be able to save him in time or will there differences get in the way?

Close Your Eyes Iris Johansen and Roy Johansen - Thriller


The FBI doesn’t usually consult with music therapists, but Kendra Michael has perfected the art of picking up the most subtle audio, olfactory and tactile cues from the world around her. Former FBI agent Adam Kyle is a notorious master manipulator, skillfully handing criminals and colleagues alike. But now he needs Kendra’s help to find her ex, who may have run directly into the path of a serial killer.

For Such a Time as This: A Women of Hope Novel by Ginny Aiken - Christian, Christian Life, Historical Romance


When drought has forced farmers in Bountiful, Oregon to mortgage their property, wealthy families decide to buy farmland cheap, then sell to the railford for a profit. Eli Whitman is one of those people. But when Olivia Moore --- who works for, then marries Eli --- is told her family must move according to Eli's terms, she fears for their safety. Will Olivia be able to convince her husband otherwise, and save her family?

The Good Muslim by Tahmima Anam - Fiction


In her compelling second novel (following A GOLDEN AGE), rising young Bangladeshi writer Tahmima Anam goes deep within the heart of a family torn between practical religion and ritualistic isolation by a brother and sister’s differing views on how best to live by the teachings of Islam.

Triple Crossing by Sebastian Rotella - Thriller


Valentine Pescatore, a volatile rookie Border Patrol agent, is trying to survive the trenches of The Line in San Diego. He gets in trouble and finds himself recruited as an informant by Isabel Puente, a beautiful U.S. agent investigating a powerful Mexican crime family. Politically charged violence escalates, plunging Pescatore into the lawless "triple border" region of South America and a showdown full of bloodshed and betrayal.