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Most of the books on this list come from reviews in the magazines Entertainment Weekly and People. A lot of the descriptions are excerpted from the reviews. Please support these magazines and the books that they recommend.

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Cashin, Sheryll Loving: Interracial Intimacy in America and the Threat to White Supremacy Non-fiction Suggested By: Movie/TV.
Saw the author on PBS NewsHour. She was very interesting, and the book sounds interesting too.
Cashwell, Peter The Verb "To Bird" Non-fiction Hilarious look at the culture of birding.
Castillo, Ana So Far from God Magical/Mystical Suggested By: BookBub.com.
$2.14 Kindle book. "Delightful… Impossible to resist" (Barbara Kingsolver, New York Times bestselling author): In a New Mexico village touched by magic, Sofia and her four daughters confront the vicissitudes of life and love.
Castner, Brian All the Ways We Kill and Die Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
After an IED claimed his friend's life in Afghanistan, an Iraq War veteran joined the military's hunt for the elusive bomb maker responsible. "A brilliant, moving, and troubling portrait of modern American warfare"
Castner, Brian The Long Walk Non-fiction An Air Force bomb detonator describes his harrowing assignments in Iraq - and their emotional toll.
Catling, Christopher London: A City Revealed Travel The pages of this coffee-table book are filled with stunning, full-color photographs of Buckingham Palace's throne room, Westminster Abbey's stained-glass windows, the neon lights of Piccadilly Circus, the Reading Room at the British Museum, and other famous London attractions.
Catmull, Ed and Amy Wallace Creativity, Inc. Non-fiction Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
$3.23 Kindle book. Inside story of starting Pixar and running a creative company. Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration.
Catmull, Edwin E. and Amy Wallace Creativity, Inc. Memoir This book details how Catmull built an enduring creative culture -- one that doesn't just pay lip service to the importance of things like honesty, communication, and originality, but committed to them, no matter how difficult that often proved to be. As he discovered, pursuing excellence isn't a one-off assignment. It's an ongoing, day-in, day-out, full-time job.
Catton, Eleanor The Luminaries Fiction Epic yarn about a motley crew of 12 men and their attempts to solve a series of local mysteries.
Cavallaro, Brittany A Study in Charlotte Youth Suggested By: BookBub.com.
Jamie Watson and Charlotte Holmes, descendants of the crime-solving duo, have no interest in being friends at boarding school. But then a student's death resembles a Sherlock case.
Cawley, Joe More Ketchup than Salsa: Confessions of a Tenerife Barman Memoir When Joe and his girlfriend Joy decide to trade in their life on a cold Lancashire fish market to run a bar in the Tenerife sunshine, they anticipate a paradise of sea, sand and siestas. Little did they expect their foreign fantasy to turn out to be about as exotic as Bolton on a wet Monday morning.
Cecchini, Toby Cosmopolitan Memoir Amusingly misanthropic tale of life behind bars (bartenders). Kitchen Confidential-style stories of wreaking vengeance on bad tippers, and dodging sloppy slutty drunks.
Celaya, Adam Earth, the New Frontier Post-Apocalyptic Post-Apocalyptic. When the much-heralded stellar event of the century turns into global catastrophe, mankind finds itself facing almost certain extinction as the sky begins to fall. As the world grows deathly cold in an atomic winter, a handful of survivors in Arizona strike out for their last chance of survival. Making their way over what is left of the broken roads and highways, they struggle to outrun not only the elements but also a growing army of escaped convicts. Led by a discredited soldier named John Hammond, the small caravan of survivors learns that they have no choice but to unite or die. Earth, the New Frontier is a story of everyday people under adverse conditions. With death never more than a step behind them, the characters face insurmountable challenges as they struggle for their very existence. (found on a list on amazon.com)
Cemper, Christoph C. Spaghetti Code Non-fiction Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
Free Kindle Book. Detangling life and work with programmer wisdom. Programmers are some of the least known, understood, or inquired of, people on the planet. One of Christoph C. Cemper's goals, in his book, Spaghetti Code: Detangling Life and Work with Programmer Wisdom, is to bring more recognition to this vast group of professionals and the amazing work they perform.
Cerveny, Randy Freaks of the Storm Science/Nature From flying cows to stealing thunder: the world's strangest true weather stories.
Chabon, Michael The Yiddish Policemen's Union Fiction Well, I haven't liked anything of his yet and Stephen King recommends it. But it takes place in Alaska, and a good AK book would be good.
Chambers, Becky The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet SciFi Suggested By: BookBub.com.
In this lively romp through space, the motley crew of the Wayfarer explores distant galaxies and learns what it means to be family. “A quietly profound, humane tour de force” (The Guardian) with over 4,500 five-star ratings on Goodreads.
Chandler, Raymond The Big Sleep Crime/Mystery See also:
The Big Sleep (1939 - introduces detective Philip Marlowe)
Farewell My Lovely (1940)
The High Window (1942)
The Lady in the Lake (1943)
The Little Sister (1949)
The Long Good-Bye (1953)
Playback (1958)
Poodle Springs (1989)
Chandra, Vikram Sacred Games Fiction A very long book [900 pages] can make you resentful of hte presumptuous writer who expects you to spend large chunks of time on his bloat [hear hear]. This is a ravishing, over-exuberant stab at the Great Indian Novel, an extraordinary work of fiction that will reward you in full for your investment of time, though not without occasionally testing your patience.
Chaney, JN The Amber Project Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
Free Kindle book. The Variant Saga Book 1. In 2157, a mysterious gas known as Variant spreads across the globe, killing or mutating most organic life. The surviving humans take refuge in an underground city, determined to return home. But after generations of failures and botched attempts, hope is beginning to dwindle. That is, until a young scientist makes a unique discovery--and everything changes.
Chang, Jade The Wangs Vs the World Fiction Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
Wacky road trip novel. The Wang family embark on a cross-country journey after the 2008 stock market crash.
Chang, Leslie T. Factory Girls Non-fiction China's industrial city of Dongguan is a shining beacon where rural transplants can transform themselves from assembly-line workers into saleswomen or even entrepreneurs. The catch? Only the ruthless survive. This is an irristible book.
Charles River Editors The Peshtigo Fire of 1871 Non-fiction Suggested By: Friend.
$1.07 Kindle book. The story of the deadliest fire in American history.
Charles River Editors The Titanic Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. The history and legacy of the world's most famous ship from 1907 to today.
Charles, Ann Dance of the Winnebagos Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
$.99 Kindle book. When Claire's grandfather and his army buddies converge in the Arizona desert, it's her thankless job to keep them out of trouble with the opposite sex. But when she finds a human leg bone and partners with a reluctant geotechnician to dig up secrets from the past, trouble finds her. If she doesn't stop digging, she could wind up dead.
Charleson, Susannah Scent of the Missing Memoir A mesmerizing closeup of dogs trained to sniff for human scent. The book also celebrates Charleson's extraordinary partnership with her golden retriever.
Charnas, Suzy McKee The Vampire Tapestry Fantasy Recommended by Holly Black. Edward Weyland is far from your average vampire: not only is he a respected anthropology professor but his condition is biological.
Chase, Owen and Thomas Nickerson and Ken Rossignol Wreck of the Whale Ship Essex Memoir Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Narrative of the most extraordinary and distressing shipwreck of the whale-ship Essex.
Chast, Roz Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant? Other Graphic novel. Wouldn't expect a book about dealing with aging parents to be hysterically funny, but this one is.
Chast, Roz Going Into Town Graphic Novel Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
This gorgeous graphic memoir is fashioned as a deeply personal love letter to NYC.
Chatzky, Jean and Michael F. Roizen AgeProof Non-fiction Suggested By: Amazon.com.
Living Longer Without Running Out of Money or Breaking a Hip
Cheever, John The Journals of John Cheever Non-fiction Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
Author Elizabeth Strout recommends this book. "I read it carefully and started writing seriously in notebooks myself, noting the weather, the clouds, everything I saw or felt."
Cheever, John The Wapshot Chronicle Fiction The novel follows the destinies of the impecunious and wildly eccentric Wapshots of St. Botolphs, a quintessential Massachusetts fishing village. Tragic and funny.
Chef Effect The Effective Low-Carb Instant Pot Cookbook Cookbook Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
Free Kindle book. Fast & Easy Low Carbohydrate Recipes to Help You Lose Weight and Start Living a Healthy Lifestyle
Chen, Kirstin Soy Sauce for Beginners Fiction Suggested By: Other.
$2.14 Kindle book. Gretchen Lin, adrift at the age of thirty, leaves her floundering marriage in San Francisco to move back to her childhood home in Singapore and immediately finds herself face-to-face with the twin headaches she's avoided her entire adult life: her mother's drinking problem and the machinations of her father's artisanal soy sauce business.
Cherian, Anne A Good Indian Wife Fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
Handsome anesthesiologist Neel is sure he can resist his family's pleas that he marry a "good" Indian girl. With a girlfriend and a career back in San Francisco, the last thing Neel needs is an arranged marriage. But that's precisely what he gets. His bride, Leila, a thirty-year-old teacher, comes with her own complications. They struggle to reconcile their own desires with others' expectations in this story of two people, two countries, and two ways of life that may be more compatible than they seem.
Cherry-Garrard, Apsley The Worst Journey In the World Non-fiction British Antarctic ("Terra Nova") Expedition, 1910 - 1913.
Chew, Ruth The Witch's Buttons Magical/Mystical Sandy put her hand into her pocket and felt the button. It seemed to twist in her hand. She pulled the button out and looked at it. It was shaped like a tiny man, and there was a grin on his face. Sandy almost dropped the button. "Janet," she whispered, "it's alive!"
Chew, Ruth Various - Magic Series Magical/Mystical Suggested By: Author.
  • Baked Beans for Breakfast aka The Secret Summer (1970)
  • Do-It-Yourself Magic (1987 - read 2005)
  • Earthstar Magic (1979)
  • Last Chance for Magic (1996)
  • Magic in the Park (1972 - read 2014)
  • Magic of the Black Mirror (1990)
  • Mostly Magic (1982 - read 2014,2005)
  • No Such Thing as a Witch (1971 - read 2014,2005)
  • Royal Magic (1991)
  • Second Hand Magic (1981)
  • Summer Magic (1977)
  • The Enchanted Book (1998)
  • The Hidden Cave aka The Magic Cave (1973)
  • The Magic Coin (1983)
  • The Secret Tree-House (1974)
  • The Trouble with Magic (1976 - read 2014)
  • The Wednesday Witch (1969 - read 2014)
  • The Wishing Tree (1980 - read 2014)
  • The Witch and the Ring (1989)
  • The Witch at the Window (1984)
  • The Witch's Buttons (1974)
  • The Witch's Garden (1978 - read 2014)
  • The Would-Be Witch (1976)
  • Trapped in Time (1986)
  • What the Witch Left (1973)
  • Witch in the House (1975)
  • Witch's Broom (1977 - read 2014)
  • Witch's Cat (1994)
  • Wrong Way Around Magic (1993)
Child, Lee Jack Reacher Series Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
  • Killing Floor (1997 - read 1/2013)
  • Die Trying (1998 - read 1/2013)
  • Tripwire (1999 - read 1/2013)
  • Running Blind (2000 - read 2/2013)
  • Echo Burning (2001 - read 2/2013)
  • Without Fail (2002 - read 2/2013)
  • Persuader (2003 - read 3/2013)
  • The Enemy (2004 - read 3/2013) Prequel set eight years before Killing Floor.
  • One Shot (2005 - read 3/2013)
  • The Hard Way (2006 - read 4/2013)
  • Bad Luck and Trouble (2007 - read 4/2013)
  • Nothing to Lose (2008 - read 6/2013)
  • Gone Tomorrow (2009 - read 10/2013)
  • 61 Hours (2010 - read 11/2013)
  • Worth Dying For (Fall 2010 - read 11/2013)
  • The Affair (2011 - read 4/2014) This is another prequel set just before Killing Floor.
  • A Wanted Man (2012 - read 5/2014)
  • Never Go Back (2013 - read 6/2014)
  • Personal (Aug 2014 - read 11/2014)
  • Make Me (Sep 2015 - read 12/2015)
  • Night School (Nov 2016 - read 1/2017 )
  • No Middle Name (May 2017 - read 2017/10) Short stories
  • The Midnight Line (Nov 2017 - requested)
Child, Lydia Maria Francis The American Frugal Housewife Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. The charming collection of recipes and tips for homemakers of the early 19th century emphasized frugality in the kitchen and self-reliance in the household--making this work wildly popular in its day.
Childs, Craig House of Rain Non-fiction What hpapened to the Anasazi? The Native American tribe - often compared to the Mayans - built a thriving civilization based in New Mexico's Chaco Canyon, but around A.D. 1300 they abruptly vanished. Child's blend of anthropology, geography, and archaeology may not satisfy all critics, but his beautifully written travelogue provides a highly original answer to the Anasazi riddle.
Choate, Judith Homemade: Delicious Foods to Make and Give Cookbook Innovative food-friendly gift ideas.
Chrisman, Sarah A. This Victorian Life Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
Fascinated by the past, Sarah and her husband, Gabriel, decided to fully commit to the Victorian way of life. From tending oil lamps to wrestling with corset laces, this charming memoir chronicles their exploration of a bygone era with wit and insight.
Christensen, Kate Blue Plate Special Memoir She plumbs the emotional origins and pleasures of hunger and taste and shares recipes that sustained her through the years. A delightful book that leaves you hungering for more.
Christie, Agatha The Mysterious Affair At Styles Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
Free Kindle book. In her first published mystery, Agatha Christie introduces readers to the heroic detective, Hercule Poirot. This is a classic murder mystery set in the outskirts of Essex. The victim is the wealthy mistress of Styles Court. The list of suspects is long and includes her gold-digging new spouse and stepsons, her doctor, and her hired companion.
Christie, Agatha Various - Agatha Christie Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
  • The Mysterious Affair at Styles (1920 - Hercule Poirot)
  • The Secret Adversary (1922 - Tommy and Tuppence)
  • The Murder on the Links (1923 - Hercule Poirot)
  • The Man in the Brown Suit (1924 - Colonel Race)
  • The Secret of Chimneys (1925 - Superintendent Battle)
  • The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (1926 - Hercule Poirot)
  • The Big Four (1927 - Hercule Poirot)
  • The Mystery of the Blue Train (1928 - Hercule Poirot)
  • The Seven Dials Mystery (1929 - Superintendent Battle)
  • The Murder at the Vicarage (1930 - Miss Marple)
  • Giant's Bread (1930 - Other As Mary Westmacott)
  • The Floating Admiral (1931 - members of The Detection Club)
  • The Sittaford Mystery (1931 - Other)
  • Peril at End House (1932 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Lord Edgware Dies aka Thirteen at Dinner (1933 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Murder on the Orient Express (1934 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Unfinished Portrait (1934 - Other As Mary Westmacott)
  • Why Didn't They Ask Evans? (1934 - Other)
  • Three Act Tragedy (1935 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Death in the Clouds (1935 - Hercule Poirot)
  • The A.B.C. Murders (1936 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Murder in Mesopotamia (1936 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Cards on the Table (1936 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Dumb Witness (1937 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Death on the Nile (1937 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Appointment with Death (1938 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Hercule Poirot's Christmas (1938 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Murder Is Easy (1939 - Superintendent Battle)
  • Ten Little Niggers aka And Then There Were None aka Ten Little Indians (1939 - Mystery novel)
  • Sad Cypress (1940 - Hercule Poirot)
  • One, Two, Buckle My Shoe aka An Overdose of Death (1940 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Evil Under the Sun (1941 - Hercule Poirot)
  • N or M? (1941 - Tommy and Tuppence)
  • The Body in the Library (1942 - Miss Marple)
  • Five Little Pigs (1942 - Hercule Poirot)
  • The Moving Finger (1943 - Miss Marple)
  • Towards Zero (1944 - Superintendent Battle)
  • Absent in the Spring (1944 - Other As Mary Westmacott)
  • Death Comes as the End (1945 - Mystery novel)
  • Sparkling Cyanide (1945 - Colonel Race)
  • The Hollow (1946 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Taken at the Flood (1948 - Hercule Poirot)
  • The Rose and the Yew Tree (1948 - Other As Mary Westmacott)
  • Crooked House (1949 - Mystery novel)
  • A Murder Is Announced (1950 - Miss Marple)
  • They Came to Baghdad (1951 - Mystery novel)
  • Mrs McGinty's Dead (1952 - Hercule Poirot)
  • They Do It with Mirrors (1952 - Miss Marple)
  • A Daughter's a Daughter (1952 - Other As Mary Westmacott)
  • After the Funeral (1953 - Hercule Poirot)
  • A Pocket Full of Rye (1953 - Miss Marple)
  • Destination Unknown aka So Many Steps to Death (1954 - Mystery novel)
  • Hickory Dickory Dock (1955 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Dead Man's Folly (1956 - Hercule Poirot)
  • The Burden (1956 - Other As Mary Westmacott)
  • .50 from Paddington (1957 - Miss Marple)
  • Ordeal by Innocence (1958 - Mystery novel)
  • Cat Among the Pigeons (1959 - Hercule Poirot)
  • The Pale Horse (1961 - Mystery novel)
  • The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side (1962 - Miss Marple)
  • The Clocks (1963 - Hercule Poirot)
  • A Caribbean Mystery (1964 - Miss Marple)
  • At Bertram's Hotel (1965 - Miss Marple)
  • Third Girl (1966 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Endless Night (1967 - Mystery novel)
  • By the Pricking of My Thumbs (1968 - Tommy and Tuppence)
  • Hallowe'en Party (1969 - Hercule Poirot)
  • Passenger to Frankfurt (1970 - Mystery novel)
  • Nemesis (1971 - Miss Marple)
  • Elephants Can Remember (1972 - Hercule Poirot
  • Postern of Fate (1973 - Tommy & Tuppence)
  • Curtain (1975 - Hercule Poirot's last case, written in the 1940s.)
  • Sleeping Murder (1976 - Miss Marple's last case, written in the 1940s)
  • Hercule Poirot and the Greenshore Folly (2014 - Poirot)
Christopher, John No Blade of Grass SciFi Post-apocalyptic survival and recovery - recommended by the guys at UH.

From the back of the book [as quoted on Amazon.com] "It began simply enough when an Asiatic virus destroyed the grass and grain supply of the entire world. A mass slaughter began as nations murdered their own citizens so that some might live. And then there came a time when every man lived for himself without laws or morals. It was then that there was no hope for civilization, because there was NO BLADE OF GRASS."
Christy, Ann Between Life and Death: The In-Betweener Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Author.
Free Kindle book. Not related to the Silo books, but this author wrote some decent Silo fanfic. Emily is alone. Two years after the end of the world, she talks to herself and smashes heads with her favorite sledgehammer. This is not the life she imagined for herself as her eighteenth birthday rolls past.
Christy, Ann and others WOOL Gathering Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Other.
$1.07 Kindle book. WJ Davies,‎ Ann Christy,‎ Will Swardstrom,‎ David Adams,‎ Carol Davis,‎ Logan Thomas Snyder,‎ Thomas Robins,‎ Fredric Shernoff,‎ Lyndon Perry. Nine of the Silo Saga's most acclaimed authors further expand upon the groundbreaking world first laid forth in WOOL, SHIFT, and DUST. Inspired by Hugh Howey's Silo/Wool/Shift/Dust series.
Chua, Amy Battle Hymn of hte Tiger Mother Memoir Her writing is smart and lively, but while she strives for self-deprecation, her fights with her children can be downright uncomfortable to read. We're supposed to believe that Chua realized her mistakes along the way. Yet you get the sense that she's secretly pleased and wouldn't change a thing.
Chung, Michaela The Irresistible Introvert Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
Perfect for fans of Susan Cain’s New York Times bestselling book, Quiet: This book shows how introverts can harness quiet magnetism, intuition, and empathy in a boisterous world.
Churchill, Winston The Story of the Malakand Field Force: An Episode of Frontier War Non-fiction Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
Free Kindle book.
Ciresi, Rita Remind Me Again Why I Married You Chick Lit No one blends humor and heartbreak like Rita Ciresi, whose award-winning novels are lauded as much for their generous wit as for their unflinching honesty.
Clapton, Eric Clapton Memoir In this raw compelling tale, Clapton details his heroin addiction, his tortured affair with Pattie Boyd, and the death of his son, Conor.
Clapton: The Autobiography Clapton, Eric Auto/Biography Charming and surprisingly candid. Rock's most beloved ax-wielder comes off as a man of deep and profound feelings.
Clare, Cassandra Clockwork Angel Fantasy Recommended by Amy B: Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare so very fabulous - if you like well written steampunk with interestingly flawed characters who are never what they seem, a snarky love story, and plucky heroines. And who doesn't?
Clarence, Sarah Quinoa Recipes for Weight Loss Cookbook Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book.
Clark, Francesco Walking Papers Memoir Broke his neck diving into a pool, went to Bejing for controversial stem cell operation, slowly began to move his arms, hands, and even kick with his legs, proof that his neurons are regenerating.
Clark, Mary Marshall etc After the Fall Essays New Yorkers remember the assault on their city and the difficult years of healing that followed.
Clark, Olivia Knitting Stitches Handbook Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book.
Clark, William and Meriwether Lewis History of the Expedition Under the Command of Captain Lewis and Clark Classic Suggested By: Author.
Free Kindle book. To the sources of the Missouri, thence across the Rocky Mountains and ... Ocean. Performed during the years 1804-5-6.
Clarke, Arthur C. History Lesson Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
Short stories from the 1940s & 1950s. Available as library eBook. In the distant future, Earth has entered its final ice age-precipitated by the cooling of the sun. In this forbidding climate, a small tribe of nomadic human survivors travels toward the equator ahead of glaciers moving down from the North Pole, carrying with them a handful of relics from the 21st century-and racing against the ice to preserve them from annihilation. This collection is a showcase of groundbreaking stories that wrestle with the moral, psychological, and ethical implications of scientific advancement-written by one of the foremost science fiction authors of our time.
Clarke, Susanna Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell Fantasy Goes where Harry Potter fears to tread. In her capable hands, all this and more seems possible.
Clayton, Matt Mythology Technical/Reference Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
Free Kindle book. A Captivating Guide to Greek Mythology, Egyptian Mythology, Norse Mythology, Celtic Mythology and Roman Mythology.
Clean Eating Crock Pot: 1825 Crock Pot Recipes Cookbook Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book.
Cleave, Chris Little Bee Fiction Suggested By: Other.
$2.14 Kindle book. The lives of a sixteen-year-old Nigerian orphan and a well-off British woman collide.
Cleaver, Bill and Vera Where the Lilies Bloom Fiction Suggested By: Movie/TV.
Mary Call has promised her dying father to keep her brother and sisters together forever on the mountain, and never to take any help from strangers. She is determined to keep her word. No matter what. At first she is sure she can manage. Romey, Ima Dean, and Devola help gather herbs to sell in town; the riches of the mountains will surely keep the family clothed and fed. But then winter comes, fast and furious, and Mary Call has to learn that the land where the lilies bloom is also a cruel and unforgiving place, and it may take more than a promise to keep her family together.
Clews, Benj and Michael Onesi Four Word Film Reviews Non-fiction Four. Word. Film. Reviews.
Climate Central Global Weirdness: Severe Storms, Heat Waves, Relentless Drought, Rising Seas and the Weather of the Future Science/Nature Suggested By: Other.
Suggested by Scientific American (200 pages). A collection of 60 very short chapters--two to three pages each--that explain in straightforward terms a litany of typical questions, statements and misunderstandings about climate change that we hear again and again. The topics are organized into four sections:
  • What the science says
  • What's actually happening
  • What's likely to happen in the future
  • Can we avoid the risks of climate change?
Cline, Rachel What to Keep Fiction Delves into familial and romantic minefields with compassion and humor.
Coates, Ta-Nehisi Between the World and Me Non-fiction Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
A novella-length letter addressed to his teenage son. "I would have you be a conscious citizen of this terrible and beautiful world." A 21st-century torchbearer of black intellectual thought.
Coates, Ta-Nehisi The Beautiful Struggle: A Father, Two Sons, and an Unlikely Road to Manhood Kindle Edition by Memoir Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
Paul Coates was an enigmatic god to his sons: a Vietnam vet who rolled with the Black Panthers, an old-school disciplinarian and new-age believer in free love, an autodidact who launched a publishing company in his basement dedicated to telling the true history of African civilization. Most of all, he was a wily tactician whose mission was to carry his sons across the shoals of inner-city adolescence--and through the collapsing civilization of Baltimore in the Age of Crack--and into the safe arms of Howard University, where he worked so his children could attend for free.
Coben, Harlan Fool Me Once Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
Former special-ops pilot, Maya, sees her dead husband on her nanny cam. Dark and painful secrets emerge when she investigates the impossible.
Coben, Harlan Just One Look Crime/Mystery Grace survives trampling tragedy at concert. It is all but forgotten, until an old old photo turns up after a trip to the local Fotomat. The only plausible reason for setting down this book is to make sure that your front door is locked and double-bolted.
Coben, Harlan Myron Bolitar Detective Series Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
Myron Bolitar, beloved basketball star turns sports agent who dabbles in detective work.
  • Deal Breaker (1995)
  • Drop Shot (1996)
  • Fade Away (1996)
  • Back Spin (1997)
  • One False Move (1998)
  • The Final Detail (1999)
  • Darkest Fear (2000)
  • Promise Me (2006)
  • Long Lost (2009)
  • Live Wire (2011)
  • Home (2016)
Coblentz, Elizabeth with Kevin Williams The Amish Cook Essays A collection of newspaper column: recollections and recipes from an old order Amish family. Lived without electricity but wanted for nothing.
Coburn, Jennifer Brownie Points GLBT Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. When Lisa Taylor and her family move from San Francisco to the suburban paradise of Los Corderos, they know their family won't fit in perfectly. They're the only interracial family in the neighborhood. Lisa is a snarky sculptor. And 13-year-old Logan is gay.
Coburn, Jennifer Field of Schemes Chick Lit Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Newly widowed Claire Emmett leaves Los Angeles so she and her eleven-year-old daughter, Rachel, can have a fresh start in the picture-perfect suburb of Santa Bella, California. But the simple, quiet life she seeks is nowhere to be found in the town where soccer is king and parents are far, far too involved in children's sports.
Cockburn, Avery Playing For Keeps GLBT Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Glasgow Lads book 1. Fergus Taylor is damaged goods. Reeling from a brutal breakup, he's determined to captain his LGBT soccer team out of scandal and into a winning season. For that, he needs strict rules and careful plans. He does NOT need a brash, muscle-bound lad messing with his head and setting his body afire.
Cockburn, Avery Playing to Win GLBT Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Glasgow Lads book 2. Colin MacDuff has nothing. Growing up in a Glasgow slum, he learned never to trust, never to cry--and never EVER to be at the mercy of anyone, especially rich men. So how did he end up half-naked at a rave with Scotland's hottest young aristocrat?
Coddington, Grace Grace Memoir A lively presence. She has a lot of primo tales to tell, beginning with her modeling days in swinging sixties London, where she met everyone groovy.
Cody, Joshua TOR: Exactly How To Remain Invisible on the Anonymous Deep Web Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book.
Coe, Jonathan The Closed Circle Fiction It's essential to read "The Rotters' Club" before reading this book!! Together, the two novels follow a group of friends raised in the factory town of Birmingham, England. Coe is an expert plotter who examines individual personalities in depth.
Coetzee, Hendri Living the Best Day Ever Non-fiction Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
Free Kindle book. Recognised for his unique approach to extreme adventures, Johannes Hendrik (Hendri) Coetzee was a true African explorer; a modern day incarnation of the nineteenth century mould of Livingston, Stanley, Baker, Burton and Speke. A South African, born in 1975, he ventured into the depths of Africa evoking the legacy of his predecessors when he jokingly referred to himself as a ‘Great White Explorer'. Coetzee spent more than a decade risking his life on the riverine veins that pulse thorough the heart of Africa, only to discover an intangible way to feel most alive.
Coffey, Maria Where the Mountain Casts Its Shadow Non-fiction Suggested By: Unknown.
Interviews with dozens of survivors wounded by the losses of their [mountaineering] hard-men - mostly wives and girlfriends, but also adult children. She was Joe Tasker's girlfriend, a climber who died and is one of the namesakes of the mountaineering literature Boardman-Tasker Prize. Mountain climbing.
Cohen, Andy Most Talkative Memoir How do you grow up to be the guy behind "Top Chef" and "The Real Housewives"? Cohen tells all, hilariously.
Cohen, Benyamin My Jesus Year Memoir A Rabbi's Son Wanders the Bible Belt in Search of His Own Faith
Cohen, Cole Head Case Memoir From childhood, Cohen couldn't judge time or distances. She finally had an MRI at age 27 and learned that there was an unexpected lemon-sized hole in her brain.
Cohen, Jon The Man in the Window Fiction Suggested By: Author.
$2.00 Kindle book. Suggested by Nancy Pearl's Book Lust Rediscoveries.
Cohen, Paul and Henry Taliaferro American Cities Non-fiction You can chart the growth of nine of America's largest cities with the rare mapes collected in this volume. Whip out your magnifying glass and go to town!
Cohen, Paula Marantz Jane Austen in Scarsdale Chick Lit Inspired by Austen's "Persuasion". A high school administrator confronted by a love she once rejected. Smart and funny.
Cohen, Rich The Fish That Ate The Whale Non-fiction The untold story of banana mogul Samuel Zemurray. He helped found Israel and unintentionally got Castro into power.
Cojocaru, Steven Red Carpet Diaries: Confessions of a Glamour Boy Memoir That scaree-looking style guy from People.
Colby, Tanner Some of My Best Friends are Black Non-fiction The title, of course, is ironic: Colby has no black friends. Snapshot of race in America where the past is very much still with us.
Cole, Joni B., Rebecca Joffrey, B.K. Rakhra This Day in the Life Non-fiction Diaries from women across America. This is one unremarkable day you'll wish would go on forever.
Coleman, Melissa This Life Is In Your Hands Memoir In 1968 Coleman's parents bought 60 acres near the Maine coast and turned the clock back to the 19th century. Her father's backbreaking labor produces a miraculous organic farm. But it also compromised his health.
Coleman, Rowan We Are All Made of Stars Fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
Recommended for fans of Jojo Moyes. Hospice nurse Stella gives solace to her dying patients by helping them write letters to their loved ones -- but one woman's story will turn her world upside down.
Colfer, Eoin Artemis Fowl: The Artic Incident Youth Spooky kid's book
Colgan, Jenny Little Beach Street Bakery Magical/Mystical Suggested By: Amazon.com.
Recommended based on my search for Susan Bishop Crispell's The Secret Ingredient of Wishes. In the bestselling tradition of Jojo Moyes and Jennifer Weiner, Jenny Colgan's moving, funny, and unforgettable novel tells the story of a heartbroken young woman who turns a new page in her life . . . by becoming a baker in the town of Cornwall
Collected Authors The Pact Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
One day three young men made a pact. They promised each other they would all become doctors, and stick it out together through the long, difficult journey to attaining that dream. This is a story about the power of friendship. Of joining forces and beating the odds. A story about changing your life, and the lives of those you love most...together.
Collins, J.L. The Simple Path to Wealth Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Recommended by Mr. Money Mustache. Your road map to financial independence and a rich, free life.
Collins, Judy Sweet Judy Blue Eyes Memoir The folksinger who inspired CSN's signature song looks back. Forthright and revealing.
Collins, Lauren When In French Memoir Suggested By: People Mag.
Feeling like she couldn't be truly close to her French husband unless she learned his language, Collins made that her mission - with mixed results. A laugh-out-loud memoir about love, culture, and belonging.
Collins, Melissa Let Love Live GLBT Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Although this is part of a series, it can be read as a STANDALONE. Who would you become if you lost the only person who ever mattered? For twenty-six year old Dylan Hopkins, the answer is easy. He's become no one. Memories of the happier times are all he has left as he finds himself meandering numbly through his now dull life. Though he cares about his work and family dearly, he's yet to let himself find love again. Afraid of letting go of what he once had, Dylan chooses to keep his heart buried, where it belongs, having died a long time ago.
Collins, Nancy A. Sunglasses After Dark Fantasy Recommended by Holly Black. A horror novel featuring a vampire, Sonja Blue, who escapes from a mental hospital leaving a trail of corpses in her wake. As we learn about her early life, we are taken on a nightmarish tour of a world inhabited by other types of non-humans - ogres, zombies and, of course, vampires.
Collins, Paul Not Even Wrong Memoir Suggested By: Unknown.
Few things are more heartbreaking than learning that your child is destined to be an outsider, forever isolated inside his own mind. Collin's son was diagnosed with autism, a story he with sad truth and beauty. His efforts to understand are presented with historical nuggets about autism. Autism Spectrum. Autistic. Asperger's syndrome.
Colors 1000 Signs Photo Pictures of signs (street signs, warning signs, zert, that kind of thing) from around the world.
Colvin, Marie On the Front Line Non-fiction Marie Colvin, an award-winning Sunday Times war correspondent, was killed while covering the Syrian uprising in early 2012. This courageous collection of essays and interviews is a testament to her life’s work, offering street-level insights into some of the most controversial figures and conflicts of the last 25 years.
Colwin, Laurie More Home Cooking Non-fiction Sustenance - both physical and emotional. Recipes and stories.
Comey, James A Higher Loyalty Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Suggested by the New York Times. "We are experiencing a dangerous time in our country, with a political environment where basic facts are disputed, fundamental truth is questioned, lying is normalized, and unethical behavior is ignored, excused, or rewarded."
Conant, Jennet 109 East Palace: Robert Oppenheimer and the Secret City of Los Alamos Non-fiction Will please anyone looking for an unusual view of the Manhattan Project. Author Conant's primary source, Dorothy McKibben, was Project Director J. Robert Oppenheimer's secretary. McKibben was the sympathetic ear for many of the residents frustrated by the extraordinary security and secrecy at Los Alamos.
Conant, Jennet The Irregulars Non-fiction Roald Dahl was one of several Brit operatives sent to infiltrate Georgetown society and influence American foreign policy. Filled with seductions, betrayals, and more than a few hilarious escapades.
Conant, Jennet Tuxedo Park Auto/Biography A Wal Street Tycoon and the Secret Palace of Science That Changed the Course of World War II. Rich guy bankrolled crucial wartime research by world-famous scientists.
Conant, Jennet Tuxedo Park: A Wall Street Tycoon and the Secret Palace of Science That Changed the Course of World War II Non-fiction Loomis established a private laboratory in New York and hired scientists whose work in the 1930s wound up making possible both the radar and the atomic bomb. These developments were essential to Allied victory in the Second World War. Conant is perhaps the only person who could have pierced Loomis's obsessive secrecy and written this book; she grew up with Loomis's children and other members of his family. Her grandfather, Harvard president James Bryant Conant, was one of Loomis's scientists.
Conde Nast Traveler Book of Unforgettable Journeys Travel Great writers on great places.
Condie, Ally Matched Youth Because the Society pairs up DNA-compatible mates, disease has been eradicated. But Society also goes about making sure that people die at the appropriate age. Futuristic dystopia to succeed "The Hunger Games".
Conley, Kevin The Full Burn Non-fiction Fascinating chronicle of the Hollywood stunt world.
Conlon, Edward Blue Blood Memoir You won't find a more up-close look at the NYPD than this gritty memoir. Written by Harvard grad and veteran cop.
Conlon-McIvor, Maura FBI Girl: How I Learned to Crack My Father's Code Memoir Her father, a caring yet withdrawn man working as an FBI special agent, is unable to sustain a direct conversation. He speaks in a code which forces you to think of the real meaning behind his words.
Connell, Evan S. Mrs. Bridge Fiction Though her life is increasingly filled with leisure and plenty, she can't shuffle off vague feelings of dissatisfaction, confusion, and futility.
Connelly, Michael Various - Harry Bosch Series Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
  1. The Black Echo*** (1992 - read 2011/04)
  2. The Black Ice (1993 - read 2011/05)
  3. The Concrete Blonde* (1994 - read 2014/07)
  4. The Last Coyote** (1995 - read 2014/07)
  5. Trunk Music** (1997 - read 2016/12)
  6. Angels Flight**** (1999 - read 2016/12)
  7. A Darkness More Than Night*** (2001 - read 2017/05)
  8. City Of Bones* (2002 - read 2017/06)
  9. Lost Light (2003 - read 2017/06)
  10. The Narrows (2004 - read 2017/08)
  11. The Closers (2005 - read 2005/11 and 2017/09)
  12. Echo Park* (2006 - read 2017/09)
  13. The Overlook (2007 - read 2017/12)
  14. The Brass Verdict (2008 - A Mickey Haller novel read 2011/3, 2017/12)
  15. Nine Dragons**** (2009 - read 2018/03)
  16. The Reversal (2010 - a Mickey Haller novel read 2011/4)
  17. The Drop** (2011 - read 2018/03)
  18. The Black Box (2012 - read 2018/04)
  19. The Burning Room (2014 - read 2018/04)
  20. The Crossing (2015 - read 2016/03, 2018/04)
  21. The Wrong Side of Goodbye (2016 - read 2016/11)
  22. Two Kinds of Truth (2017 - read 2018/06)

*Inspired Bosch S1
**Inspired Bosch S2
***Inspired Bosch S3
****Inspired Bosch S4
Connelly, Michael Various - Lincoln Lawyer Series Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
  1. The Lincoln Lawyer (2005 - read 2011/02)
  2. The Brass Verdict (2008 - read 2011/03)
  3. Nine Dragons (small part) (2009 - read 2018/03)
  4. The Reversal (2010 - read 2011/04)
  5. The Fifth Witness (2011 - read 2011/06)
  6. The Gods of Guilt (2013 - read 2014/06)
  7. The Crossing (small part) (2015 - read 2016/03, read 2018/04)
  8. The Wrong Side Of Goodbye (small part) (2016 - read 2016/11)
Connelly, Michael Various - Non-Bosch/Haller Books Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
  1. The Poet (1996)
  2. Blood Work (1998)
  3. Void Moon (2000)
  4. The Scarecrow (2009)
Connors, Philip Fire Season Memoir The author discusses his time spent ten thousand feet above ground as a fire lookout in a remote part of New Mexico, a job where he witnessed some of the most amazing phenomena nature has to offer.
Conover, Ted Newjack: Guarding Sing Sing Non-fiction A reporter goes undercover as a prison guard.
Conroy, Frank Time and Tide: A Walk Through Nantucket Non-fiction Conroy reflects on everything from blustery winters to the impact of tourism on small-town life.
Conroy, Pat My Losing Season Memoir Conroy captures jock culture in his memoir about his 1966-67 stint on The Citadel's basketball squad.
Conroy, Pat The Great Santini Fiction Suggested By: Author.
$4.29 Kindle book (along with The Lords of Discipline and The Prince of Tides).
Conroy, Pat The Lords of Discipline Fiction Suggested By: Author.
$2.24 Kindle book.
Conroy, Pat The Prince of Tides Fiction Suggested By: Author.
$2.14 Kindle book. Tom Wingo has lost his job, and is on the verge of losing his marriage, when he learns that his twin sister, Savannah, has attempted suicide again. At the behest of Savannah's psychiatrist, Dr. Susan Lowenstein, Tom reluctantly leaves his home in South Carolina to travel to New York City and aid in his sister's therapy.
Cook, Blanche Wiesen Eleanor Roosevelt Vol. 2 Auto/Biography 1933-1938
Cook, Daniel Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Cookbook Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book.
Cook, Eileen The Wolf Road Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
A feral teenager, roaming the post-apocalyptic wilderness, meets a serial killer.
Cook, Kerry Max Chasing Justice Memoir Cook recounts his 22 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. Although the writing is clunky, Cook's tale is so gripping that only a heart of steel won't break after reading it.
Cook, Langdon The Mushroom Hunters Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
This "rollicking narrative" (The Wall Street Journal) explores the secret, wild, and fascinating world of the fungi trade. "In the end, readers will have learned a great deal about US economic and social structures -- all while being entertained and enlightened by stories of gastronomy and mushrooms" (Library Journal).
Cooke, Philip St. George Some True Adventures in the Life of Hugh Glass Auto/Biography Suggested By: Other.
$1.07 Kindle book. A hunter and trapper on the Missouri River.
Cooks Illustrated Cover and Bake: Casseroles, Pot Roasts, and Slow-Cooker Favorites Cookbook Simple home cooking, without sacrificing greate taste for convenience.
Cooks Illustrated The Quick Recipe Cookbook Save hours in the kitchen without sacrificing taste.
Cool It Lomborg, Bjorn Non-fiction The Skeptical Environmentalist's Guide to Global Warming
Cooper, Bernard The Bill From My Father Memoir When he was 28, his father, a famously litigious attorney who sued two of his widowed daughters-in-law, presented him with a $2 million bill for raising him.
Cooper, Helene The House at Sugar Beach Memoir When Helene Cooper was 8 years old, her mother bought her a playmate. "In my sheltered existence, I had [never wondered] how much the native Liberians resented us."
Cooper, James Fenimore The Last of the Mohicans Classic Suggested By: Author.
Free Kindle book.
Cooper, Lia The Duality Paradigm GLBT Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Blood & Bone Trilogy book 1. Looks like kind of a fantasy story too with magicians and werewolves. When a human woman is murdered in werewolf territory under suspicious circumstances, Ethan is reassigned to worked the case with Clanahan in the hopes that he'll be able to balance out the wolf's rougher edges.
Copeland, Misty Life in Motion Memoir Dancer Copeland, a soloist for the American Ballet Theatre, tells her dramatic rags-to-toe-shoes life stories.
Cornwell, Bernard Excalibur Fiction Good version of the same old story.
Cornwell, Patricia Kay Scarpetta Series Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
  1. Postmortem (1990)
  2. Body of Evidence (1991)
  3. All That Remains (1992)
  4. Cruel and Unusual (1993)
  5. The Body Farm (1994)
  6. From Potter's Field (1995 - read 1997/05)
  7. Cause of Death (1996 - read 1997/05)
  8. Unnatural Exposure (1997)
  9. Point of Origin (1998)
  10. Scarpetta's Winter Table (1998)
  11. Black Notice (1999 - read 2000/01)
  12. The Last Precinct (2000 - read 2001/03)
  13. Blow Fly (2003)
  14. Trace (2004)
  15. Predator (2005)
  16. Book of the Dead (2007)
  17. Scarpetta (2008)
  18. The Scarpetta Factor (2009)
  19. Port Mortuary (2010)
  20. Red Mist (2011)
  21. The Bone Bed (2012)
  22. Dust (2013)
  23. Flesh and Blood (2014)
  24. Depraved Heart (2015)
  25. Chaos (2016)
Corrigan, Kelly Glitter and Glue Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
When Kelly Corrigan was in high school, her mother neatly summarized the family dynamic as "Your father's the glitter but I'm the glue." This is a book about the difference between travel and life experience, stepping out and stepping up, fathers and mothers. But mostly it's about who you admire and why, and how that changes over time.
Corson, Trevor The Zen of Fish Non-fiction Corson follows the training of an unlikely student (young, femaile, Irish-Italian) at an innovative L.A.-based program run by an exacting Japanese headmaster.
Cosby, Bill Come On People: On the Path from Victims to Victors Non-fiction Cosby (Fatherhood) teams up with psychiatrist Poussaint (Lay my Burden Down) to take a hard look at the state of black America, bearer of "more than their share of poverty," and present ways to overcome the "deep-rooted" challenges of the poor-including crime, lack of education and broken families. While aimed at a specific group, the authors' advice is broad and largely unsurprising-stay in school, work your way up, be independent, parent your children, stay out of debt, be a voice for change-but the context is genuine concern and hope for the community: "black strength lies in our resolve to keep on keeping on... never yielding to the role of cooperative victim." The authors are particularly concerned about young black males, who they say are relinquishing family responsibilities in increasing numbers, largely for lack of proper role models: "A house without a father is a challenge. A neighborhood without fathers is a catastrophe."
Cose, Ellis The Rage of a Privleged Class Non-fiction Suggested By: Suggested List.
Serious look at how accomplished black professionals still feel the sting of prejudice and racism despite their wealth, power, and achievements.
Cosper, Darcy Wedding Season Chick Lit Forced to attend 17 weddings in six months, child of divorce Joy finds herself defending - and then reconsidering - her own reluctance to marry. Crackling banter, vibrant friends, and pithy observations on modern weddings.
Costello, Stephen My Father Never Took Me to a Baseball Game Essays Suggested By: Other.
$.99 Kindle book.
Couch, Dick Chosen Soldier Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
An unprecedented view of the Green Berets from a New York Times bestselling author who spent a year at their training facilities! Follow a class of elite soldiers as they undergo the physical and mental demands of joining America's most valuable fighting force.
Courlander, Harold The African Fiction Alex Haley "accidentally" lifted parts of this 1967 novel.
Couturier, Lisa The Hopes of Snakes & Other Tales Non-fiction Tales of the relationship between city dwellers and wild animals. In one, a park naturalist finds a snake who has been stuck in the eye with pins. 'I could tell that it mad him sad.' He said, 'Did you know that snakes don't cry?'
Cove, Lou Man of the Year Memoir Suggested By: People Mag.
If you helped your dad's friend campaign for Playgirl's Man of the Year in 1978, wouldn't you write a book about it? Hilarious and poignant.
Cowan, Lee D. The Little Green Mountain Fire Fiction Donna's Husband. A harrowing tale of bravery set in the Rockies.
Cowart, Gary Blood on Red Dirt Memoir Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Blood on Red Dirt is the true story of Marine Corporal Gary Cowart. The book encompasses the time before enlistment, Boot Camp, Infantry Training Regiment, Artillery School, and his time in Vietnam during the Tet Offensive of 1968. Incorporated with actual pictures from the times and places remembered in this book, it gives the reader a mix of emotions felt during the good times and bad, of combat and of non-combat, with the intent of giving the lay person a more complete picture of the Vietnam experience.
Cox, Lynne Grayson Non-fiction Don't belive in interspecies communication? Cox's moving memoir about the lost baby whale she encountered when she was 17 just might change your mind.
Cox, Lynne Swimming in the Sink Memoir Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
Cox, an open-water simmer who famously crossed the Bering Strait without a wet suit, covers a period in her life marred by grief and illness.
Cox, Sandra Love, Lattes and Mutants Chick Lit Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Finding love is hard, even when you aren't a mutant. Like most seventeen-year-olds, Piper Dunn wants to blend in with the crowd. Having a blowhole is a definite handicap. A product of a lab-engineered mother with dolphin DNA, Piper spends her school days hiding her brilliant ocean-colored eyes and sea siren voice behind baggy clothing and ugly glasses.
Coyne, Kelly and Erik Knutzen The Urban Homestead Non-fiction Your Guide to Self-Sufficient Living in the Heart of the City. A delightfully readable and very useful guide to front- and back-yard vegetable gardening, food foraging, food preserving, chicken keeping, and other useful skills for anyone interested in taking a more active role in growing and preparing the food they eat. See their blog.
Coyote, Ivan E. Tomboy Survival Guide Memoir Suggested By: Author.
Autobiographical stories of Ivan Coyote's early life growing up as a butch.
Coyote, Ivan E. Various Short Stories
  • Missed Her (2010 - read 4/2011)
  • The Slow Fix (2008)
  • Bow Grip (2006 - read 6/2011)
  • Loose End (2004)
  • One Man's Trash (2002)
  • Close to Spider Man (2000: Read 4/2011)
  • Boys Like Her (1998)
Crace, Jim The Pesthouse Fiction The once fertile soil has been poisoned, a "Grand Contagion" has decimated the population, highways and factories lie in ruins, and barbarians on horseback roam the hills of "what used to be America". It's a little too hammy to be thoroughly convincing, but it's a cracking adventure.
Craig, Dr. David Lie Detecting 101 Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
For better or worse, falsehoods big and small are a part of our everyday interactions. This well-researched guide offers simple tips and tricks for becoming a human lie detector and seeing the truth for what it really is.
Craig, Emily Teasing Secrets From the Dead Non-fiction My Investigations at America's Most Infamous Crime Scenes. She describes eking evidence from items such as eyeglass frames and bone fragments. She relays these experiences in sometimes gruesome detail but never without respect for the dead and a desire to find justice.
Craig, William Enemy At the Gates Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
The Battle of Stalingrad claimed almost 2 million lives before the Soviet Army defeated the Germans. Extensively researched account of the siege.
Crais, Robert Chasing Darkness Crime/Mystery The offbeat sensibility of Fletch meets the graphic violence of L.A. Confidential.
Crais, Robert The Sentry Fiction Set off by a sandwich-store shakedown, this is a rip-roaring read and a smart and careful character study.
Cramer, Scott Colony East Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Other.
$1.07 Kindle book. The Toucan Trilogy book 2. Toucan contracts a new, deadly illness spreading among the population of children. Fearing that time is running out for her toddler sister, Abby takes her on a dangerous journey to Colony East, a mysterious enclave where scientists are raising a select group of children.
Cramer, Scott Night of the Purple Moon Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. The Toucan Trilogy book 1. Comet dust turns the moon a beautiful shade of purple, but it brings fatal consequences: adults across the globe drop dead. Can 13-year-old Abby fight to protect her siblings and survive the apocalyptic nightmare that lies ahead?
Crane, David Empires of the Dead Non-fiction Amid the bloodshed of World War I, an unsung visionary named Fabian Ware undertook a heroic challenge: to provide a final resting place for millions of fallen soldiers.
Crane, George Bone of the Master: A Journey to Secret Mongolia Memoir Reveals aspects of Chinese life from the most humble to the most high.
Crane, Rebekah The Odds of Loving Grover Cleveland Youth Suggested By: Amazon.com.
Amazon.com First November (2016) book. Four teens living somewhere between disaster and diagnosis (at a summer camp...hmmm) share a summer they'll never forget. I'm not sure if this would be good...I'm skeptical.
Cranston, Bryan A Life in Parts Memoir Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
By turns gritty, funny, and sad, this fiercely intelligent book from the Breaking Bad star defies celebrity memoir tropes.
Crawford, Gina Sugar Detox Non-fiction Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
Free Kindle book. Sugar Detox for Beginners. A QUICK START GUIDE to Bust Sugar Cravings, Stop Sugar Addiction, Increase Energy and Lose Weight with the Sugar Detox Diet, Sugar Free Recipes Included.
Crawford, Jackson Slaw Recipes Cookbook Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Some good looking recipes!
Crawford, John The Last True Story I'll Ever Tell Memoir A National Guardsman who never expected to see battle writes a shattering account of the Iraq war that changed his life.
Crawford, Lacy Early Decision Fiction Novel about kids caught up in the admissions rat race. Wise and completely engrossing. NOTE: apprehensive about whether or not I want to waste time reading FICTION about college admissions.
Creative Homeowner Press Working With Tile: Select, Install, Maintain, Repair Technical/Reference Design and complete interior and exterior tile projects on walls, floors, countertops, shower enclosures, patios, pools, and more. Included are ceramic, resilient, stone, and wood parquet tile. 425 color illustrations and over 80 photographs.
Crichton, Michael Timeline SciFi Suggested By: Author.
$2.15 Kindle book. In an Arizona desert, a man wanders in a daze, speaking words that make no sense. Within twenty-four hours he is dead, his body swiftly cremated by his only known associates. Halfway around the world, archaeologists make a shocking discovery at a medieval site. Suddenly they are swept off to the headquarters of a secretive multinational corporation that has developed an astounding technology. Now this group is about to get a chance not to study the past but to enter it. And with history opened up to the present, the dead awakened to the living, these men and women will soon find themselves fighting for their very survival--six hundred years ago.
Crile, George Charlie Wilson's War Non-fiction The Extraordinary Story of How the Wildest Man in Congress and a Rogue CIA Agent Changed the History of Our Times
Crispell, Susan Bishop Dreaming in Chocolate Magical/Mystical Suggested By: Author.
Available as Amazon pre-order for February 6, 2018. Author of The Secret Ingredient of Wishes, about that gal who can grant wishes and who ends up in Nowhere, NC and living with a lady who bakes pies that force people to keep secrets.
Croke, Vicki Constantine Elephant Company Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
Learn the story of the singular hero who trained elephants to perform vital tasks in the Second World War
Crombie, Deborah The Sound of Broken Glass Fiction An intriguing atmospheric London murder set in both the past and the present.
Cronin, Justin The Passage Fantasy Suggested By: Other.
$2.14 Kindle book. The Passage Trilogy book 1. Expertly draws together the parallel story lines of an unusually watchful, stoic little girl named Amy and a covert Army experiment to turn the human body into a bioweapon using death-row inmates as test subjects. Then he jumps ahead a century to vampiric bloodhungry beasts.
Crosby, Bette Lee Memory House Fantasy Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Ophelia remembers everything. She remembers things from her own life and from the lives of those who came before her. She has only to touch her hand to an object and she can feel the special memories clinging to it. But now she is nearing ninety and needs to find a caretaker for these memories. If death comes before she finds someone, the memories will be lost forever. Ophelia prays this won't happen.
Crosby, Molly Caldwell The American Plague Non-fiction In 1878, more than 5,000 people died in Memphis of yellow fever - outnumbering the combined death tolls of the Great Chicago Fire, the San Francisco earthquake, and the Johnstown flood.
Crosle, Sloane I Was told There'd Be Cake Memoir Crosle riffs on everything from the meaning of her cache of plastic ponies to being maid of honor for a woman she hasn't seen since high school.
Crosley, Sloane Look Alive Out There Essays Suggested By: People Mag.
The most personal stories, about waning fertility and Crosley's feud with a teenage neighbor, are true masterpieces.
Cross, Charles R. Room Full of Mirrors Auto/Biography Biography of Jimi Hendrix. People don't know his energy.
Crouch, Blake Dark Matter SciFi Suggested By: Other.
BooksAndBars for July 2017. Terminator times Time Traveler's Wife. Fast summer read.
Crouch, Blake Pines Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Movie/TV.
$.38 Kindle book. The Wayward Pines Trilogy book 1. Secret service agent Ethan Burke arrives in Wayward Pines, Idaho, with a clear mission: locate and recover two federal agents who went missing in the bucolic town one month earlier. But within minutes of his arrival, Ethan is involved in a violent accident. He comes to in a hospital, with no ID, no cell phone, and no briefcase. The medical staff seems friendly enough, but something feels…off.
Crouch, Blake The Last Town Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Movie/TV.
$.38 Kindle book. The Wayward Pines Trilogy book 3. Secret Service agent Ethan Burke arrived in Wayward Pines, Idaho, three weeks ago. In this town, people are told who to marry, where to live, where to work. Their children are taught that David Pilcher, the town's creator, is god. No one is allowed to leave; even asking questions can get you killed.
Crouch, Blake The Wayward Pines Trilogy Crime/Mystery Suggested By: BookBub.com.
Pines (1), Wayward (2), The Last Town (3). Stephen King meets Lee Child in this captivating mystery that became a hit show on Fox! Ethan is sent to Wayward Pines, Idaho, to locate two missing federal agents — but something terrible is lurking behind the picturesque veneer.
Crouch, Blake Wayward Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Movie/TV.
$.38 Kindle book. The Wayward Pines Trilogy book 2. Welcome to Wayward Pines, population 461. Nestled amid picture-perfect mountains, the idyllic town is a modern-day Eden…except for the electrified fence and razor wire, snipers scoping everything 24/7, and the relentless surveillance tracking each word and gesture.
Crusie, Jennifer Faking It Fiction Romantic romp involving family of art forgers.
Crystal, David How Language Works Non-fiction A compelling, easy-to-read treatise tha will fascinate anyone even vaguely interested in how humans communicate. Down-to-earth, entertaining examples remove the sting from abstractions like phonology and lexicology.
Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly Flow Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
$2.14 Kindle book. The psychology of optimal experience.
Culberson, Matthew After Life SciFi Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Michael wakes up in a classroom, a classroom like no other, and from that moment is taken on a whirlwind tour through the afterlife, where anything is possible. He meets a cast of characters that will join him on his journey, and he will face the ultimate test as he progresses deep into the darkness, in an attempt to find his way back home.
Cullen, Dave Columbine Non-fiction Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, it seems, were not the lone black-clad goth gunmen portrayed by the media, but bright kids who had plenty of friends.
Cullen, Lisa Takeuchi Remember Me Non-fiction Transforming cremains into bling is one of the wacky trends chronicled in Cullen's bouncy, and often quite funny, account of "shopping-after-death-options".
Cumming, Alan Not My Father's Son Memoir Suggested By: Other.
$2.14 Kindle book.
Cumming, Alan Tommy's Tale GLBT Creepy actor guy writes bisexual About a Boy.
Cummings, Quinn The Year of Learning Dangerously Non-fiction A former child star's hilarious insightful chronicle of her family's head-first jump into homeschooling.
Cunningham, Ian A Reader's Guide to Writers' London Travel Stunning photographs and illustrations. Even the casual browsers will suddenly feel at home in the London of writers. Lively guidebook is a delight to read at home, and serves as an essential aid to planning your next trip.
Cunningham, Laura Shaine Sleeping Arrangements Memoir Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
Free Kindle book. Harper Lee: "A beautiful story I shall cherish for years to come." Laura Shaine Cunningham's memoir of being orphaned at age eight and raised by two bachelor uncles in the Bronx- "In the glow of Yankee Stadium Twi-Night doubleheaders", has become one of the most beloved classics of contemporary autobiographical literature.
Cuomo, Margaret I. A World Without Cancer Non-fiction A call to arms and more focus on prevention from Andrew Cuomo's radiologist sister.
Curtright, Eileen The Burned Bridges of Ward, Nebraska Chick Lit Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. S'posed to be funny. Rebecca Meer's hometown of Ward, Nebraska, is small--so small that she can't even sneak home after a drunken girls' night without running into at least three people she knows. But she has bigger problems than her reputation. The head doctor at her fertility clinic is losing his mind, and his wild behavior could cost them the business. Her super-successful ex-boyfriend has blown back into town and somehow become her son's fifth-grade teacher--now her son is asking awkward questions about the end of their relationship.
d'Avila-Latourrette, Brother Victor-Antoine Twelve Months of Monastery Soups Cookbook Collection of 170 soup recipes--at least one for every vegetable native to North America. From basic veloutes and consommes to thick and chunky soups, and from simple clear broths to creamy soups and more complex potages.
D'Orso, Michael Eagle Blue Non-fiction The specter of alcoholism and suicide haunts Native Alaskans, and Fort Yukon is no exception. But every year the town rallies around its Eagles boys squad, an undersized but quick team.
da Costa Nunez, Ralph The Poor Among Us Non-fiction From Beth's desk at work. A history of family poverty and homelessness in NYC.
da Silva, Rachel (co-editor) Backbone 4 : humor! by Northwest women Humorous Rachel da Silva edited "Leading Out" about women climbers. Backbone 4 is only available as a reference book from the Hennepin Central library in the Arts & Literature area.
Dahl, Roald The Missing Golden Ticket and Other Splendiferous Secrets Short Stories Worth buying just for the never-before-seen chapter from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (as well as its original ending).
Dahl, Roald Various Fiction Adult suggestions: Switch Bitch, The Great Automatic Grammatizator, Over to You, Skin, Kiss Kiss.

Kids suggestions: Danny Champion of the World, The BFG, Boy, The Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Witches.
Dale, Diana Thompson Finding Billy Non-fiction Dale and her mother start poking around in old documents in order to find her Uncle Billy who was lost in WWII. A true and truly exhilirating story of resolve, resourcefullness, determination, and the wonders of the internet.
Dale, Wendy Avoiding Prison and Other Noble Vacation Goals Memoir Adventures in Love and Danger. Twenty-something freelance writer is not your typical American tourist. Her zany travel tales often seem too outrageous to be true, fortunately her senses of humor and adventure never fail her.
Dallas, Sandra The Persian Pickle Club Crime/Mystery Quilting circle mystery books. Recommended by the BI ladies.
Daly, Maureen Seventeenth Summer Youth From the 1942, but still a sweet, and nostalgic, love story.
Damrosch, David The Buried Book History The 3,000-year-old Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh found in the ruins of Nineveh more than a century and a half ago. It took years before a British linguist was able to decipher the clay tablets' intricate cuniform writing. In crisp, undusty prose, literature prof Damrosch excavates the entire adventure story.
Dana, Rebecca Jujitsu Rabbi and the Godless Blonde Memoir Her take on being young and smart and emotionally adrift in the city is odd and charming enough to be that elusive thing: a true original.
Dana, Richard Henry Two Years Before the Mast Memoir Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Graduating from Harvard in 1834, Richard Henry Dana, Jr. enlisted as a common sailor on a voyage around Cape Horn on the brig Pilgrim. He returned to Massachusetts two years later aboard the Alert (which left California sooner than the Pilgrim). He kept a diary throughout his sea adventures, and, after returning home, he penned what has been widely recognized as an American classic, Two Years Before the Mast, first published in 1840, the same year of his admission to the bar.
Dane, Cynthia and Hildred Billings Hard to Get GLBT Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. What do you do when the hottest and richest woman in town asks you out? Run, apparently.
Danier, Stephanie Sweetbitter Fiction Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
Tess is so green that she's never tasted an oyster or an heirloom tomato - let alone the Sancerre and cocaine that become a near-nightly ritual once the staff welcomes her into the blurred, blazing hours of their post-restaurant-shift lives.
Danticat, Edwidge Claire of the Sea Light Magical/Mystical Magical realism. A small Haitian town and the secrets that emerge when a spirited young girl disappears on her seventh birthday.
Danziger, James Beaton: The Art of the Scrapbook Art Cecil Beaton practically defined the art of the celebrity portrait with iconic images in Vogue and Vanity Fair. But in this facsimile edition of his private scrapbooks, his own work take a backseat to the photos that inspired him.
Darley, Damon In the Field Vietnam and My Letters Home Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book.
Dart, Iris Rainer Beaches Chick Lit Suggested By: BookBub.com.
Movie is based on this book. Loudmouthed, redheaded Cee Cee Bloom has her sights set on Hollywood. Bertie White, quiet and conservative, dreams of getting married and having children. In 1951, their childhood worlds collide in Atlantic City. Keeping in touch as pen pals, they reunite over the years ... always near the ocean. Powerful and moving
Daum, Ann The Prairie In Her Eyes Essays Ann Daum grew up on a ranch in one of the Dakotas and write stories about growing up there, and coming back.
Daum, Meghan The Unspeakable Essays Laser-sharp essays. Experiences too often come with preassigned emotional responses, like having kids or college. Contrarians rejoice.
Daum, Meghan (Editor) Selfish, Shallow, and Self-Absorbed Essays Suggested By: People Mag.
Sixteen writers explain the provocative and profound choice not to have kids.
Dave, Laura Hello, Sunshine Fiction Suggested By: Book Award List.
When TV cooking celebrity, Sunshine's, secrets are revealed her fall from grace is catastrophic. She loses the husband, her show, the fans, and her apartment. She's forced to return to the childhood home–and the estranged sister–she's tried hard to forget. But what Sunshine does amid the ashes of her own destruction may well save her life. In a world where celebrity is a careful construct, Hello, Sunshine is a compelling, funny, and evocative novel about what it means to live an authentic life in an inauthentic age.
David, Jay Growing Up Black Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
$1.07 Kindle book. A classic work on the African-American experience is revised for the nineties with essays reflecting the concerns of black children from the last three decades and commentary from today's sports stars, politicians, and inner-city gang members.
David, Joshua and Robert Hammond High Line Non-fiction The High Line was an eyesore, an abandoned freight rail line on Manhattan's West Side until David and Hammond reimagined it as a city park - and made it happen.
David, Stuart Calligraphy A to Z Craft A new technique for learning the basic hands, step-by step exercises.
Davide-Rivera, Jeannie Twirling Naked in the Streets and No One Noticed Memoir Suggested By: Other.
$1.07 Kindle book. Growing up with undiagnosed autism. This is a gripping memoir of a quirky, weird, but gifted child who grows up never quite finding her niche only to discover at the age of 38 that all the issues, problems, and weirdness she experienced were because she had Asperger's Syndrome (AS), a form of high-functioning autism. Autism Spectrum. Autistic. Asperger's syndrome.
Davidson, Jeff Simpler Living Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
Feeling cluttered and stressed and want some relief? Look no further! This easy how-to guide is filled with more than 1,500 tips designed to help you create a more peaceful and productive daily routine. Me: is 1500 tips too cluttered? Decluttering.
Davidson, Jim and Kevin Vaughan The Ledge Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
In this New York Times bestseller, two mountaineering friends celebrate their summit of Mount Rainier, only to become trapped in an icy chasm on the way down. A riveting true-life adventure and a moving portrait of friendship and loss. Mountain climbing.
Davidson, MaryJanice Undead and Unwed Fiction Betsy is a vampire who doesn't burn in sunlight, can fight the urge to feed, and is not repulsed by religious articles, all of which may make her the prophesied Queen of the Vampires.
Davies, Adam Mine All Mine Fiction Laugh-out-loud caper starring a hapless undercover security guard, a sly art thief, and a girl whose heart goes out to both.
Davies, Adam The Frog King Fiction Coming of age novel ala Bright Lights, Big City and High Fidelity.
Davies, W.J. Silo Submerged Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Author.
$1.07 Kindle book. Three in one: The Runner, The Diver, and The Watcher. In the depths of the silo, water is pouring in at an unstoppable rate. Ace, along with a team of Divers, are doing the best they can to avert this disaster, but it may not be enough. Inspired by Hugh Howey's Silo/Wool/Shift/Dust series.
Davin, Felicia Thornfruit GLBT Suggested By: BookBub.com.
Free Kindle book. The Gardener's Hand series book 1. Alizhan can't see faces, but she can read minds. Her mysterious ability leaves her unable to touch or be touched without excruciating pain. Rescued from abandonment and raised by the wealthy and beautiful Iriyat ha-Varensi, Alizhan has grown up in isolation, using her gift to steal secrets from Iriyat's rivals, the ruling class of Laalvur. But Iriyat keeps secrets of her own. When Alizhan discovers that she isn't the only one of her kind, and that a deadly plot threatens everyone like her, there's only one person she can trust.
Davis, Aric Nickel Plated Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
$2.15 Kindle book. Just twelve years old, he makes a steady living by selling marijuana to high schoolers, blackmailing pedophiles he ferrets out online, and working as a private investigator. When a beautiful girl named Arrow hires him to find her little sister Shelby, Nickel figures at best the kid's a runaway; at worst, some perv's gotten a hold of her. He scours the internet and the streets of Arrow's suburban neighborhood, and what he finds there is as ugly a truth as he's ever seen.
Davis, Carol Silo Saga: Rebel State - The Year One Trilogy Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Other.
$1.07 Kindle book. Includes Underground, Missing, and Rebirth. Inspired by Hugh Howey's Silo/Wool/Shift/Dust series. Lexie Brownell never expected that a simple trip to Atlanta with her children would change their lives forever. Instead of continuing on to Orlando to visit the theme parks, the Brownells and thousands of their fellow Californians are herded into an underground silo, where they're told that the outside world has been destroyed by a nuclear attack. That the silo is now their home, and always will be.
Davis, Deborah Guest of Honor Non-fiction When Theodore Roosevelt invited Booker T. Washington to the White House - the first time an African-American had eaten dinner there.
Davis, Garry and Craig Steycyk Dysfunctional Photo From cover to cover, Dysfunctional is highly visual, a brilliant collection of graphic clues that recreate the patina of skate style. Skaters and 'skate betties' are portrayed hanging out, chilling out and hassled by security.
Davis, Sampson Living and Dying in Brick City Memoir A high school pact helped keep Davis on track to become a doctor. Now he's back in his hometown, Newark, healing the ones who didn't get out: addicts, gang members, victims of poverty.
Davis, Sampson with Lisa Frazier Page Living and Dying in Brick City Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
An emergency room doctor shares his experiences working at the hospital where he was born -- and reflects on the importance of giving back to his community. "Gripping… A prescription to help kids dream bigger than their circumstances" .
Dawkins, Richard The God Delusion Non-fiction A preeminent scientist -- and the world's most prominent atheist -- asserts the irrationality of belief in God and the grievous harm religion has inflicted on society, from the Crusades to 9/11.
Dawson, Greg Hiding in the Spotlight Non-fiction A Musical Prodigy's Story of Survival. A fourteen year old piano prodigy was among those on a forced march to a WWII labor camp. Her father bribed a guard to help her escape. She hid in plain sight during the war.
de Botton, Alain A Week at the Airport Travel Author with freakish love of airports spends a week at London's Heathrow.
de Botton, Alain The News Non-fiction Slim guide to the news - what it is and how we consume it. de Botton's thesis: the news should strive to disseminate knowledge, not just data.
de Castrique, Mark Blackman's Coffin Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Sam Blackman series book 1. Sam Blackman is an angry man. A Chief Warrant Officer in the Criminal Investigation Detachment of the U.S. military, he lost a leg in Iraq. His outspoken criticism of his medical treatment resulted in his transfer to the Veteran's Hospital in Asheville, NC. Disillusioned with the military, grieving over the recent death of his parents, and at odds with his brother, Sam's life is in shambles. Then an ex-marine and fellow amputee named Tikima Robertson walks into his hospital room.
De Havilland, Olivia Every Frenchman Has One Essays Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
Delightfully witty collection of essays about living in Paris after marrying a French citizen.
de Jong, Pia Saving Charlotte Memoir Suggested By: People Mag.
The author and her husband learn that their newborn Charlotte has incurable leukemia. Instead of opting for high-risk, probably futile treatment, they bring the baby back to their Amsterdam house and shower her with love. Faith healers and naysayers descend, but there are also friends and a never-give-up doctor by their side. Astonishingly, Charlotte blossoms rather than fades; she's now a healthy teen. A ravishing reminder of life's mysteries - and miracles.
de Lint, Charles The Very Best of Charles de Lint Magical/Mystical Suggested By: Author.
This author was suggested by Alice Hoffman. I picked this book on my own. At turns whimsical, dark, and mystical, this extraordinary collection of retold fairy tales and new, modern myths redefine the boundaries of magic.
de los Santos, Marisa The Precious One Fiction Suggested By: Other.
$1.07 Kindle book. Recommended by Joshilyn Jackson. In all her life, Eustacia "Taisy" Cleary has given her heart to only three men: her first love, Ben Ransom; her twin brother, Marcus; and Wilson Cleary--professor, inventor, philanderer, self-made millionaire, brilliant man, breathtaking jerk: her father.
de Rossi, Portia Unbearable Lightness Memoir The actress shares secrets about her sexuality and eating disorders in a book that's often incredibly wrenching - but also admirably blunt and pity-free.
de Saussure, Mrs. N.B. Old Plantation Days Being Recollections of Southern Life Before the War Classic Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book.
de Waal, Frans Are We Smart Enough To Know How Smart Animals Are? Non-fiction Suggested By: People Mag.
Astonishing study of animal intelligence has the makings of a classic.
de Waal, Frans Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are? Non-fiction Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
Explores the oddities and complexities of animal cognition―in crows, dolphins, parrots, sheep, wasps, bats, chimpanzees, and bonobos―to reveal how smart animals really are, and how we've underestimated their abilities for too long. Did you know that octopuses use coconut shells as tools, that elephants classify humans by gender and language, and that there is a young male chimpanzee at Kyoto University whose flash memory puts that of humans to shame? Fascinating, entertaining, and deeply informed, de Waal's landmark work will convince you to rethink everything you thought you knew about animal―and human―intelligence.
Deacock, Antonia No Purdah in Padam Non-fiction The Story of the Women's Overland Himalayan Expedition, 1958.
Dean, Josh The Taking of K-129 Non-fiction Suggested By: People Mag.
The incredible true story of how the CIA - with help from Howard Hughes - stole a sunken Soviet nuclear submarine during the Cold War.
Dean, Michelle Sharp Non-fiction Suggested By: People Mag.
An engaging look at 10 influential women - Dorothy Parker, Susan Sontag, and Nora Ephron among them - who "made an art out of having an opinion," often in the face of male dismissal.
Deaver, Jeffery The Vanished Man and whatever else I haven't already read... Crime/Mystery Crime Thrillers
Decker, Jeni I Wish I Were Engulfed in Flames Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
A mother shares a colorful glimpse into life caring for her two sons with autism in this inspiring, hilariously honest memoir! Autism Spectrum. Autistic. Asperger's syndrome.
Dederer, Claire Love and Trouble Memoir Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
The author finds her adolescent diaries and decides to plumb her sexual history.
Dederer, Claire Poser Memoir My life in twenty-three yoga poses. Dederer's account of her journey to a life that's "more real and less perfect" is funny, well-observed, and ultimately inspiring.
Dedman, Bill and Paul Clark Newell Jr. Empty Mansions Non-fiction A fascinating investigation into the haunting true-life tale of reclusive heiress Huguette Clark.
Defoe, Daniel A Journal of the Plague Year Classic Suggested By: Author.
Free Kindle book. This novel is an account of one man's experiences of the year 1665, in which the Great Plague or the bubonic plague struck the city of London.
Defoe, Daniel Moll Flanders Fiction LDs favorite book.
Defoe, Daniel The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders Classic Suggested By: Author.
Free Kindle book. The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders, &c. Who was Born in Newgate, and during a Life of continu'd Variety for Threescore Years, besides her Childhood, was Twelve Year a Whore, five times a Wife (whereof once to her own Brother), Twelve Year a Thief, Eight Year a Transported Felon in Virginia, at last grew Rich, liv'd Honest, and died a Penitent. Written from her own Memorandums.
DeGeneres, Ellen Seriously...I'm Kidding Memoir She doesn't share deep dark secrets, but DeGeneres's amiably oddball riffs will make fans smile.
Delaney, Matthew B.J. Jinn Crime/Mystery Crime, horror, and sci-fi mixed. 1943 Pacific island slaughter, cut to 2007. Undersea salvage operation.
Delaney, Rob Mother. Wife. Sister. Human. Warrior. Falcon. Yardstick. Turban. Cabbage. Humorous Delaney has a knack for pinpointing what's hilarious and sad about adolescent bed-wetting and his own abundant body hair.
Dell'Abate, Gary with Chad Millman They Call Me Baba Booey Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
Meet the man behind the infamous catchphrase from the Howard Stern Show. Hilarious, sincere, and wrenching.
Delury, Jane The Balcony Fiction Suggested By: People Mag.
A grand estate in a village outside Paris is the central character in this entrancing debut novel that spans a century. Each chapter is a short story. The prose is sharp, and the stories are instantly engaging.
DeMarco, Kathleen Cranberry Queen Fiction Suddenly orphaned woman nurses wounds at annual cranberry fest.
Dembling, Sophia Introverts In Love Non-fiction Suggested By: Unknown.
Love is tricky for everyone--and different personality types can face their own unique problems. Now the author of The Introvert's Way offers a guide to romance that takes you through the frequently outgoing world of dating, courting, and relationships, helping you navigate issues that are particular to introverts, from making conversation at parties to the challenges of dating an extrovert.
Demick, Barbara Nothing to Envy Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
A National Book Award finalist called “deeply moving” (The Wall Street Journal): Following the treacherous journeys of six defectors, this insider’s look at North Korea paints a haunting picture of life under the totalitarian regime.
Denby, David American Sucker Memoir Nonfiction: loser in the stock market. His losses are our gain.
Dennis, Patrick Auntie Mame Fiction Suggested By: Unknown.
The delightful New York Times bestseller that inspired a beloved musical. Meet Auntie Mame, the vivacious and dynamic flapper who takes in her orphaned nephew and introduces him to a world of adventure. "Outrageous, hilarious, ribald, sophisticated"
Department of Defense US Army Survival Manual: FM 21-76 Non-fiction How to build a thatch shelter, how long to boil rats, which birds you can follow to water.
DePastino, Todd Bill Mauldin Auto/Biography Bill Mauldin's satirical cartoons in Stars and Stripes made WWII a little more bearable for GIs. Way before M*A*S*H or Doonesbury.
Deraniyagala, Sonali Wave Memoir From the horror of her losses in the 2004 tsunami, a memoirist fashioned grace.
Deresiewicz, William Excellent Sheep Non-fiction Skewers elite colleges, their brainy but soulless student, pushy parents, and admissions mayhem. He wants schools to teach kids to think, not just score lucrative jobs.
Dermansky, Marcy The Red Car Fiction Suggested By: People Mag.
Leah heads for San Francisco and a rediscovery of her more joyous self. A dry delightful fairy tale for grown-ups.
DeRosier, Linda Scott Creeker: A Woman's Journey Memoir Youthful days in hills of E. KY. In her memoir of growing up in the mountains of eastern Kentucky, this professor of psychology at Rocky Mountain College in Montana is unabashedly honest about and proud of her Appalachian heritage, chronicling her life with honesty, wit, and insight.
Des Barres, Pamela Let's Spend the Night Together Non-fiction Des Barres profiles two dozen fellow band-aids in an exuberant attempt to rehab the word groupie, from harlot to muse. The tone seems to be celebratory - one fan admits to having sex with 30 musicians in one night - but the utter emptiness of these women's lives emerges most clearly, even if they don't believe they've been used. [hear hear - KA]
DeWoskin, Rachel Blind Youth High school sophomore must relearn her small-town world after an accident blinds her permanently.
DeWoskin, Rachel Foreign Babes in Bejing Memoir Move from NYC to Bejing to work at a PR company. Two months later, on a whim, she landed a role in a Chinese soap opera.
Deyo, L.B. and David Leibowitz Invisible Frontier: Exploring the Tunnels , Ruins, and Rooftops of Hidden New York Non-fiction Explore NYC. See things noone has seen before.
Di Felice, Ivanka A Zany Slice of Italy Memoir Suggested By: Other.
$.99 Kindle book. Italian life is about family and this author knows all about Italian families because she married into one. Her handsome husband was born in Canada to Italian parents. Then he married a woman who was in love with him and with the idea of living in Italy and slowly she chipped away at his resistance until he agreed to move to his ancestral village.
Diamond, Jared M. Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies Non-fiction Jared Diamond convincingly argues that geographical and environmental factors shaped the modern world. Societies that had had a head start in food production advanced beyond the hunter-gatherer stage, and then developed religion --as well as nasty germs and potent weapons of war --and adventured on sea and land to conquer and decimate preliterate cultures.
Dias, Ellie Big Red Memoir Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. How I learned simplicity from a suitcase.
Diaz, Junot Drown Short Stories Suggested By: Other.
$2.15 Kindle book. A coming-of-age story of unparalleled power, Drown introduced the world to Junot Díaz's exhilarating talents.
Dick, Philip K. Adjustment Team SciFi Suggested By: Author.
Free Kindle book. Something went wrong...and Ed Fletcher got mixed up in the biggest thing in his life.
Dickens, Charles Great Expectations Classic Suggested By: Author.
Free Kindle book. GREAT EXPECTATIONS is Charles Dickens' thirteenth novel and his penultimate completed novel; a bildungsroman which depicts the personal growth and personal development of an orphan nicknamed Pip.
Dickey, Eric Jerome Milk in My Coffee Fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
When Southerner Jordan Greene moves to New York City and falls in love with a white woman, he finds himself rethinking his identity -- while defending himself to his family back home. "Frothy and fun
Dickson, Gordon R. Wolf and Iron Post-Apocalyptic Post-apocalyptic survival and recovery - recommended by the guys at UH.

From amazon.com, "The U. S. has been devastated by worldwide financial collapse. Civilization as readers know it has disappeared. Marauding bands are terrorizing the countryside, killing and looting. Jeremy Bellamy Walthers' goal is to cross 2,000 miles of ravaged countryside to reach the security of his brother's Montana ranch. En route he befriends a wolf who becomes a partner and companion via verbal and nonverbal communication. The story deals with Jeremy's interaction with the wolf and the other human survivors of the economic collapse."
Dickson, Ken Detour From Normal Memoir Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. This harrowing memoir tells the true story of a beloved family man and respected engineer who undergoes a life-saving surgery, reacts to medication and improper treatment, and lands in a high-security psychiatric ward. There, psychiatrists pronounce him persistently and acutely disabled and a danger to himself and others. What will happen to him and will he ever regain his former life?
Dicum, Gregory Window Seat: Reading the Landscape from the Air Travel Window Seat offers hundreds of aerial photographs of the US and Canada, with notes on what to watch for in terms of geological, hydrological, ecological, and man-made features in the landscape below.
Didion, Joan The Year of Magical Thinking Memoir Offers grief-drenched flashbacks to a vital and contentious marriage. Her "magical thinking" that if she kept her husband's shoes, he would one day return to fill them.
DiDonato, Tiffanie Dwarf Memoir Girl born with dwarfism opted for radical surgery that gained her an unprecedented 14 inches in height.
Diehn, Gwen Simple Printmaking Craft Uh...Simple...Print...Making. Looks like a decent place to start if I wanna do linoleum block printing.
Diehn, Gwen, Terry Krautwurst, Alan Anderson, Joe Rhatigan, Heather Smith Nature Smart Craft Awesome projects to make with mother nature's help.
Diers, John W. and Aaron Isaacs Twin Cities by Trolley Non-fiction The streetcar Era in Minneapolis and St. Paul
Diliberto, Gioia Paris Without End Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
The True Story of Hemingway's First Wife. Acclaimed author Gioia Diliberto, biographer of Jane Addams and Brenda Frazier, delivers a gripping, novelistic exploration of Hadley's personality and her role in Hemingway's life, finally unclouding our view of Hemingway's relationship with the one woman he never stopped loving.
DiMarco, Damon Tower stories : an oral history of 9/11 Non-fiction The diverse 9/11 stories chronicled here include a small group of people who made it safely down from the 89th floor of Tower 1, a paramedic who set up a triage area 200 yards from the base of the towers before they collapsed, and ordinary citizens trying to get on with their lives in the days following the tragic event.
Dinesen, Isak Out of Africa Memoir Written by Baroness Karen von Blixen-Finecke under a penname. Recommended by Ernest Hemingway as "perhaps the best book about Africa that I ever read." Meryl Streep stars in the movie based on the book.
Dinets, Vladimir Wildlife Spectacles Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
This captivating adventure into the animal kingdom explores some of the lesser-known wonders of wildlife -- from dancing alligators to synchronized fireflies. Filled with fascinating facts from a seasoned zoologist!
Dingle, Graeme Two Against the Alps Memoir The first winter traverse of the rugged New Zealand Alps by the author and Jill Tremain.
DiSclafani, Anton The After Party Fiction Suggested By: People Mag.
Joan has dazzled the well-to-do of 1950s Houston for years. But Joan's unladylike desires have finally caught up with her and now CeCe must choose between her pal and high society.
Disque, Dr. Karl CPR, AED & First Aid Certification Course Kit Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Including practice tests.
Dixon, Chris Ghost Wave Memoir Captivating chronicle of one man's search for a legendary giant wave.
Dixon, Jonathan Beaten, Seared, and Sauced Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
AT 38 years old, Jonathan Dixon decided to pursue his dream and enroll at the Culinary Institute of America. Here, he provides a behind-the-scenes look at the notoriously challenging program. Wit, insight, and a hefty dose of humor.
DK The Science Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
$2.14 Kindle book.
Dobbs, Leighann A Crabby Killer Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Moosamuck Island Cozy Mystery Series book 2. When the body of an 'outsider' is found stuffed in the crab boil pot right before the opening of Mooseamuck Island's annual Crab Festival, the islanders aren't too worried. After all, outsider business is none of their concern. They just don't want something as inconvenient as a murder to put a damper on their festival.
Dobbs, Leighann Blackmoore Sisters Cozy Mystery Books 1-3 Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle books. Four magical sisters. Three twisty mysteries. And a cat that's too smart for her own good. This set contains books 1-3 in the Blackmoore Sisters Cozy Mystery Series: Dead Wrong, Dead & Buried and Dead Tide.
Dobie, Kathy The Only Girl In the Car Auto/Biography Autobiography - snapshot of the author's naivete as a teenager. Sad, and triumphant.
Dobyns, Jay and Nils Johnson-Shelton No Angel Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
In this "harrowing" true story, a federal agent recounts his experience infiltrating the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club.
Doctorow, Cory Various SciFi
  • Makers (2009)
  • For the Win (2010)
  • The Rapture of the Nerds (2012)
  • Pirate Cinema (2012)
  • Homeland (2013)
Doctorow, Cory Walkaway SciFi Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
Modern society has broken down, buffeted not just by technology that renders most jobs obsolete but by climate change and war.
Doctorow, E.L. The March Fiction Civil war epic. Unfortettable fictional characters drive a smoky, blood-soaked narrative.
Doctorow, E.L. Various Fiction Ragtime, Billy Bathgate, Welcome to Hard Times (a western...), The Book of Daniel (scalding take on the 1950s Rosenberg trial)
Doe, John and Tom Desavia Under the Big Black Sun Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Suggested by mprnews.org on Twitter. A personal history of L.A. punk. A great and generous memoir of LA punk.
Dolnick, Edward The Rescue Artist Non-fiction Suggested By: Unknown.
This delightful book chronicles the 1994 theft of Edvard Munch's "The Scream" and the recovery efforts of art detective and undercover cop Charley Hill.
Donavan, John and Caren Zucker In a Different Key Non-fiction Suggested By: People Mag.
Beginning with the story of the first child diagnosed with Autism (he's now 82), the author present a fascinating history of this confounding condition. Autism Spectrum. Autistic. Asperger's syndrome.
Donnelly, Liza Funny Ladies: The New Yorker's Greatest Women Cartoonists and Their Cartoons Humorous Shows how humor by and about women has changed with the times. It's all revealing, intellectually stimulating, and, of course, very funny.
Donnis, Bella Trapped GLBT Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. When Jessica loses her place on the volleyball team to the beautiful Katelyn, the same girl who only months earlier stole her boyfriend, Jessica decides to retreat into her shell in an effort to maintain her sanity.
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$1.07 Kindle book. Wholesome, flavorful freezer meals.
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Doolittle, Sean Dirt Fiction Funeral Mystery/Comedy. On a clear autumn L.A. morning, sitting in the front row of his best friend's funeral, professional loafer Quince Bishop can't think of anything more depressing than watching yet another loved one being lowered into the ground?until a band of guerilla environmentalists crash the ceremony to deliver a lecture on the high cost of dying in America.
Dornstein, Ken The Boy Who Fell Out of the Sky Memoir When 25-year old David Dornstein boarded PanAm Flight 103 in 1988, he thought he was carrying the genius debut novel he had toiled over for years. Then a bomb destroyed the plane over Lockerbie. David's younger brother, Ken, soon dedicated himself to completing that book and this is his memoir about that project.
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Free Kindle book. Everyday Vegetarian Recipes You'll Love to Cook with Your Instant Pot Pressure Cooker.
Dorsey, Tim Atomic Lobster Crime/Mystery It's rare that a book can provide snickers and shivers at the same time, but Dorsey's gut-busting 10th novel about psychopathic vigilante Serge Storms - a many who can kill while dispensing trivia about the Queen Mary - delivers both.
Dosa, David M.D. Making the Rounds With Oscar Memoir Oscar, a cat, seems to have a sixth sense - seeking out patients to sit with hours before they die. It isn't the science that matters. It's the comfort this uncanny tabby provides patients and their families.
Doty, Mark Dog Years Memoir After his beloved retriever Beau dies of a neurological disorder, poet Doty tries acupuncture and herbs to save his remaining pooch Arden - until he learns to let go. Tender reflection on love and loss, this is Marley & Me for the cerebral.
Doucet, Julie 365 Days Art This visual journal, starting in late 2002, is an idiosyncratic collision of her various creative interests, wherein personal narrative, collage, and drawing begin to tell the story of her pursuits into printmaking and beyond.
Doughty, Caitlin From Here to Eternity Non-fiction Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
Mortician and author of Smoke Gets In Your Eyes continues to stoke our fascination with death in this exploration of how cultures across the globe care for their dead.
Doughty, Caitlin Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Memoir And other lessons from the crematory. For dad?
Douglas, Jack Quake Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Other.
$2.14 Kindle book. New York City has seen its share of disasters. Terrorist attacks. Blackouts. Hurricanes. Floods. But nothing has prepared the Big Apple for the biggest earthquake to ever hit the United States. 9.0 on the Richter scale. Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs are a smoldering disaster, plunging New York into terrifying chaos. Skyscrapers and bridges have collapsed, killing hundreds of thousands. For a handful of survivors, the nightmare is just beginning.
Douglas, Ron America's Most Wanted Recipes Cookbook Delicious Recipes from Your Family's Favorite Restaurants. Burritos from Taco Bell, KFC, and more.
Douglass, Frederick My Bondage and My Freedom Classic Suggested By: Author.
Free Kindle book. It is the second of three autobiographies written by Douglass, and is mainly an expansion of his first (Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass), discussing in greater detail his transition from bondage to liberty.
Douglass, Frederick Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass Classic Suggested By: Author.
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Downey, Tom The Last Men Out Non-fiction The inside story of one of America's elite firehouses.
Downham, Jenny Before I Die Fiction Highly affecting novel about a 16-year-old British girl with leukemia. From EW: "I like to think of myself as a seen-it-all cynic...impervious to emotional manipulation." By chapter 38, with about 40 pages to go, I was pacing my living room unwilling to sit." Luminous prose. Downham earns every tear.
Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan Sherlock Holmes: The Ultimate Collection Classic Suggested By: Author.
$.99 Kindle book. Includes 4 novels and 56 short stories.
Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
Free Kindle book. First published in 1892, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is the first and greatest of the short story collections written by Arthur Conan Doyle featuring his famous detective. The twelve Sherlock Holmes adventures included in this anthology: A Scandal in Bohemia, The Adventure of the Red-Headed League, A Case of Identity, The Boscombe Valley Mystery, The Five Orange Pips, The Man with the Twisted Lip, The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle, The Adventure of the Speckled Band, The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb, The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor, The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet and The Adventure of the Copper Beeches.
Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmds Classic Suggested By: Author.
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Dragon, Austin Liquid Cool SciFi Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. The Cyberpunk Detective Series book 1. In the sci-fi/cyberpunk detective series, author Austin Dragon shows why you never want to meet a cyborg in a dark alley. Liquid Cool is a cross between Blade Runner and the Maltese Falcon. There is plenty of gritty action, suspense, thrills, and even a few laughs.
Drain, Lauren Banished Memoir Before her family joined the Westboro Baptist Church - the extreme, antigay, anti-Semitic religious group known for picketing high-profile events - Lauren Drain was a normal teen.
Drayson, Nicholas A Guide to the Birds of East Africa Fiction This charming novel gently pokes fun at Kenyan politics as it highlights health and special issues facing much of Africa. Fans of Alexander McCall Smith will find Drayson's writing just as entertaining.
Dreher, Rod The Little Way of Ruthie Leming Non-fiction After his sister dies, a journalist returns to the Louisiana community that embraced her and rediscovers his small town roots.
Drew, J. Paul True-Life Adventure Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. The Paul Mcdonald series book 1. Things were going lousy for ex-reporter Paul Mcdonald: No money, no girl friend, no bright new career as a mystery novelist … and then along came private investigator Jack Birnbaum with an offer: he'd detect, and Paul would write the client reports. It wasn't much, but it would keep Spot the cat in Kitty Queen tidbits.
Drexel, A.C. Minimalist Budget: The Simple Approach to Saving and Spending Non-fiction Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
Free Kindle book. Budget and lifestyle tips.
Dreyfuss, Katy The Massage Deck Non-fiction Actually, cards, not a book. Drawings on one side, concise written instructions on the other.
Druckerman, Pamela Bringing Up Bébé Non-fiction A study of French parenting by an American raising kids in Paris.
Druett, Joan Island of the Lost Non-fiction In 1864 the crews of two sailing vessels had the misfortune of being shipwrecked on the same small island 300 miles south of New Zealand. Their fates couldn't have been more different. Druett's well-researched account earns its place in any good collection of survival literature.
Du Bois, W. E. B. The Souls of Black People Classic Suggested By: Author.
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Du Bois, W.E.B. The Souls of Black Folk Classic Suggested By: Author.
Free Kindle book. In this collection of essays, first published together in 1903, he eloquently affirms that it is beneath the dignity of a human being to beg for those rights that belong inherently to all mankind. He also charges that the strategy of accommodation to white supremacy advanced by Booker T. Washington, then the most influential black leader in America, would only serve to perpetuate black oppression.
Duane, Daniel Caught Inside Memoir Surfing memoir. Engaging memoir with surfing facts and lore.
Dublanica, Steve Waiter Rant Non-fiction Inside look at the servers who see everything — from bad behavior to moments of incredible generosity. An eye-opening memoir “as delightful as it is irreverent” .
Duchovny, David Bucky F*cking Dent Fiction Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
Ted is a Yankee stadium peanut vendor who moves in with his dad, Marty, a Sox diehard fighting off cancer long enough to see his cursed team finally beat their hated rivals. Originally envisioned as a screenplay.
Duckworth, Angela Grit Non-fiction Suggested By: People Mag.
It isn't really talent but practice (along iwth passion) that makes perfect. Illuminating book for non-geniuses everywhere.
Duff, Lori B. You Know I love You Because You're Still Alive Humorous Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Confessions of a middle aged working mom.
Duff, Robert Hardcore Self Help: F**k Anxiety Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. In Hardcore Self Help: F**k Anxiety, I talk to you like a friend. There is a lot of swearing and humor along with loads of helpful and actionable information. You learn about anxiety and how to find the weapons within yourself to slay it for good.
Duffy, Peter The Bielski Brothers Non-fiction The Russian trio saved 1,200 Jews from death camps by hiding the in a village they created in a forest in Belarus.
Dufu, Tiffany Drop the Ball: Achieving More by Doing Less Memoir Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
Once the poster girl for doing it all, after she had her first child, Tiffany Dufu struggled to accomplish everything she thought she needed to in order to succeed. Like so many driven and talented women who have been brought up to believe that to have it all, they must do it all, Dufu began to feel that achieving her career and personal goals was an impossibility. Eventually, she discovered the solution: letting go. In Drop the Ball, Dufu recounts how she learned to reevaluate expectations, shrink her to-do list, and meaningfully engage the assistance of others--freeing the space she needed to flourish at work and to develop deeper, more meaningful relationships at home.
Dully, Howard and Charles Fleming My Lobotomy Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
A New York Times bestseller: Twelve-year-old Howard suffered a horrific form of brain surgery in 1960 -- and spent the next four decades trying to understand why. "One of the saddest stories you'll ever read" (The New York Times).
Dumas, Firoozeh It Ain't So Awful, Falafel Youth Suggested By: People Mag.
An 11-year old immigrant growing up in California at the time of the Iranian Revolution. Insightful, sobering, and hilarious.
Dumas, Alexandre The Three Musketeers Classic Suggested By: Author.
Free Kindle book.
Dunbar, Tony Crime Czar Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. A hard-boiled New Orleans legal thriller. Tubby Dubonnet series book 5.
Dunbar, Tony Night Watchman Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. When in the 1970s a young war protester is killed in broad daylight on Canal Street, it appears that his murder will be forgotten, a back page story lost in the big news of an especially violent era. But a youthful Tubby chanced to see it happen, and the tragic event's haunted him throughout his life. Decades later, an established (but not exactly driven) lawyer, yet successful enough to have time on his hands, Tubby decides to conduct his own investigation into the forgotten crime.
Duncan, Christopher The Career Programmer: Guerilla Tactics for an Imperfect World Computer Book about programming.
Dunn, Jancee But Enough About Me Memoir One of the funniest memoirs about music journalism. Includes such helpful tips as "how to politely refuse your host's kind offer of heroin."
Dunn, Jancee How Not To Hate Your Husband After Kids Non-fiction Suggested By: People Mag.
As a new mom, Dunn found herself shouldering an increasing workload while her husband's life had barely changed. "I feel like he's a guest at a hotel I'm running," she writes in this laugh-out-loud account.
Dunn, Sarah The Arrangement Fiction Suggested By: People Mag.
Explores the adventures of a middle-aged couple, parents of an autistic son, who decide to try an open marriage. Sensible insights about love are the novel's ultimate destination, but the ride is wildly entertaining. Autism Spectrum. Autistic. Asperger's syndrome.
Dunn, Sarah The Big Love Fiction Alison's longtime boyfriend goes out for mustard and doesn't return. Her overanalysis goes into overdrive and she re-evaluates her good-girl ways. A quick summer read that's both fun and smart.
Durrell, Gerald A Zoo in My Luggage Memoir Durrell's account of a trip he and his wife took to Africa in the 1950s to collect animals for a zoo he wanted to start. Adventures and misadventures abound; frequent fits of laughter will engulf the happy reader.
Durrell, Gerald My Family and Other Animals Memoir Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
Hilarious memoir recounts the escapades of an extremely eccentric British family during a five-year sojourn on the Greek island of Corfu in the 1930s.
Durrell, Gerald The Stationary Ark: A Warm, Wise, and Funny Account of His Struggles to Create the Perfect Zoo Memoir An account of setting up the Wildlife Preservation Trust in Jersey, first published in 1976.
Durrell, Gerald Various Non-fiction Various titles.
  • My Family and Other Animals
  • Marrying off mother and other stories
  • Birds, beasts, and relatives
  • The ark's anniversary
  • Ourselves and other animals
  • The amateur naturalist
  • How to shoot an amateur naturalist
    Dyer, Geoff Yoga for People Who Can't Be Bothered To Do It Memoir Journeys of self-discovery and self-destruction that will make you laugh out loud.
    Dyson, George Turing's cathedral : the origins of the digital universe Non-fiction Legendary historian and philosopher of science George Dyson vividly re-creates the scenes of focused experimentation, incredible mathematical insight, and pure creative genius that gave us computers, digital television, modern genetics, models of stellar evolution--in other words, computer code
    Eade, Philip Prince Philip Auto/Biography Engaging biography of Philip's early years. It's easy to see how the future Queen of England fell for him.
    Eager, Edward Various - Tales of Magic Series Magical/Mystical Suggested By: Author.
    • Half Magic* (1954 - read 2017/06)
    • Knight's Castle* (1956 - read 2017/12)
    • Magic By the Lake* (1957 - read 2017/12)
    • The Time Garden* (1958 - read 2017/12)
    • Magic Or Not? (1959 - read 2017/12
    • The Well-Wishers (1960 - read 2018/01)
    • Seven-Day Magic (1962)
    *I bought the Kindle book Tales of Magic which contains Half Magic, Knight's Castle, Magic by the Lake, and The Time Garden, but NOT Magic Or Not, The Well-Wishers, or Seven-Day Magic.
    Earl, Esther This Star Won't Go Out Memoir Inspired John Green's The Fault In Our Stars.
    Earley, Pete Circumstantial Evidence Memoir Death, Life, and Justice in a Southern Town
    Earley, Pete Confessions of a Spy Non-fiction Aldrich Ames.
    Earley, Pete Prophet of Death Non-fiction The Mormon Blood-Atonement Killings
    Earley, Pete The House House: Inside Leavenworth Prison Non-fiction Inside Leavenworth Prison.
    Eason, Rhonda To Hair and Back Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    Rhonda Eason has always had a fraught relationship with her hair. In this illuminating exploration of race and identity she recounts her struggle with acceptance - and the ways her hair taught her to embrace self-love.
    East, Elyssa Dogtown Non-fiction East blends local history, true crime, memoir, and painting into a smooth story. Engaging, and lingering.
    Eaton, Rebecca Making Masterpiece Memoir 25 years behind the scenes at Masterpiece Theater and Mystery on PBS. Refreshingly candid insight into the politics of the television industry.
    Eberhart, Mark E. Why Things Break Non-fiction Understanding the world by the way it comes apart.
    Eberhart, Mignon Good The White Cockatoo Fiction Something I found by accident in the library catalog. It might be really really bad.
    Eberstadt, Fernanda Little Money Street Non-fiction Oxford graduate formed unlikely friendships with Gypsies in France. An intriguing look at the mores of a mysterious and maligned subset of Europe's underclass, a fascinating freeze-frame of a fading culture.
    Ebert, Roger Awake in the Dark Essays The Chicago-based movie critic collects 38 years of reviews, essays, interviews, and profiles into this one volume.
    Ebrahim, Zak The Terrorist's Son Memoir The author's father helped plan the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. Now the son speaks out against terrorism. An astonishing memoir.
    Eckmeier, Karen Accidental Landscapes Craft Techniques for making landscape quilts. This is the book one of the ladies from a swap used to inspire her fabric postcard design.
    Economides, Steve and Annette Cut Your Grocery Bill In Half Non-fiction By "America's Cheapest" couple.
    Eddy, Fast The Land of the Hazelnuts: Growing up in Tukwila Memoir Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
    Free Kindle book. The Land of the Hazelnuts is a trip back in time to the good times of the 1960s and 70s in Tukwila Washington. In the shadow of Seattle, the name Tuwila means, "Land of the Hazelnuts" in the Native American Duwamish tribal language. Riding on Stingray bikes from sunrise to sunset, the kids explored every nook and cranny of this small town, having the times of their lives, daily.
    Edelson, Michael Ice Fall Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. After losing everything in a bitter divorce, Peter retreats to a secluded cabin in the Catskill Mountains where he is trapped by earthquakes and months of unrelenting snow. Just as he is convinced he is the only survivor of a mysterious global cataclysm, he meets a woman seeking refuge from a past she won't reveal.
    Eden, Barbara Jeannie Out of the Bottle Memoir Memories of the 60s show.
    Edgar, Gordon Cheesemonger: A Life on the Wedge Non-fiction Beginning with the Antique Gruyere that awoke his sleeping palate to the wonders and possibilities of cheese, professional cheesemonger Edgar recounts the path that landed him behind the cheese counter of a San Francisco co-op.
    Edin, Kathryn J. $2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America Non-fiction Suggested By: Amazon.com.
    After two decades of brilliant research on American poverty, Kathryn Edin noticed something she hadn't seen before -- households surviving on virtually no cash income. Edin teamed with Luke Shaefer, an expert on calculating incomes of the poor, to discover that the number of American families living on $2.00 per person, per day, has skyrocketed to one and a half million households, including about three million children. http://www.twodollarsaday.com/
    Edison, Mike I Have Fun Everywhere I Go Memoir Edison has worked for magazines about sex. At time he seems overly desperate to be un-PC, especially in his use of homophobic epithets. But mostly he's an engaging, sardonic guide to disreputable magazines.
    Editors of 'The Bark' My Dog is My Co-Pilot Essays Great writers on the world's oldest friendship.
    Edlow, Jonathan A. The Deadly Dinner Party Essays Doctors must often become sleuths, as Edlow makes clear in these 15 true-life medical detective stories.
    Edmonds, Curtis Wreathed Chick Lit Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Wendy Jarrett never thought she'd meet the man of her dreams at a funeral. But when an old boyfriend of her mother's dies, Wendy accompanies her to the beach resort of Cape May, New Jersey for the service. There she meets Adam Lewis, nephew of the deceased, who is tall, gorgeous, and available.
    Edsel, Robert M. The Monuments Men Non-fiction Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History
    Edwards, Chris BALLS: It Takes Some to Get Some Memoir Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
    $1.07 Kindle book. At a time when the term transgender didn't exist, and with support from family, friends, and a great therapist, Chris Edwards endured 28 surgeries to become the person he always knew he was meant to be. He used the principles of marketing along with his ever-present sense of humor to rebrand himself and orchestrate what was quite possibly the most widely accepted and embraced gender transition of its kind. He's a pioneer who changed the perception of an entire community, and his memoir, BALLS, will touch readers' hearts and change quite a few minds.
    Edwards, Gavin The Tao of Bill Murray Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    Epic collection of anecdotes recounts some of his most outrageous and hilarious interactions with people over the past four decades.
    Egan, Jennifer Manhattan Beach Fiction Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
    Follows a young woman who's trying to understand the shady circumstances of her father's disappearance. Meanwhile, she's struggling to support her mother and her sister with her job as the first female diver at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
    Egan, Kerry On Living Non-fiction Suggested By: People Mag.
    A hospice chaplain writes about the lessons she has learned from her dying patients. Not depressing or greeting card glib. Illuminating, unflinching, and ultimately inspiring. A book to treasure.
    Eggers, Dave The Circle Fiction About the encroaching tentacles of the world's most powerful Internet company.
    Eggers, Dave et al Created in Darkness By Troubled Americans: The Best of McSweeney's Humor Category Essays Quirky anthology of satirical writing.
    Ehrenreich, Barbara Living With a Wild God Non-fiction An atheist who once had a mystical experience, Ehrenreich chronicles her search for "the truth about everything".
    Ehrenreich, Barbara Natural Causes Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Suggested by the New York Times. Bestselling author of Nickel and Dimed explores how we are killing ourselves to live longer, not better. A razor-sharp polemic which offers an entirely new understanding of our bodies, ourselves, and our place in the universe, NATURAL CAUSES describes how we over-prepare and worry way too much about what is inevitable. One by one, Ehrenreich topples the shibboleths that guide our attempts to live a long, healthy life -- from the importance of preventive medical screenings to the concepts of wellness and mindfulness, from dietary fads to fitness culture.
    Eichar, Donnie Dead Mountain Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    1959, nine Russian hikers met a bizarre death in the Ural Mountains, in a notorious case that perplexes investigators to this day. Mountain climbing (not really, but related).
    Eisen, Max By Chance Alone Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    Max Eisen, a Hungarian Jewish man, was captured and imprisoned in Auschwitz at age 15. He chronicles the horrors he faced at the concentration camp and his determination to survive against all odds.
    Eisenberg, Lee The Number Non-fiction Quirky report on the quality of your retirement and how much money you'll really need to enjoy it.
    Eliason, Rachel Run, Clarissa, Run GLBT Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Life in a small town can be tough when you're a little different, but for a fifteen year old transgender kid it can truly be hell. Clark is harassed daily at school for his effeminate behavior and appearance. He has no friends and a brother that is as likely to be on the teasing as to prevent it.
    Elie, Lolis Eric Treme Non-fiction New Orleans native gives a gourmet tour of his hometown that includes savory gumbo and crawfish recipes from some of the city's greatest chefs.
    Eliot, George Silas Marner Classic Suggested By: Author.
    Free Kindle book.
    Eliot, George The Mill on the Floss Classic Suggested By: Author.
    Free Kindle book.
    Eliot, Marc Cary Grant Auto/Biography Glimpses of the debonair leading man's dark side are the most intriguing elements of this welcome biography. He spent a confusing, competitive 11 years with lover Randolph Scott, and after their split Grant married five times.
    Ellenberg, Jordan How Not To Be Wrong Non-fiction Explains how the math you promptly forgot after graduation can help you better understand the world around you.
    Elliott, Carl White Coat, Black Hat Non-fiction Suggested By: Author.
    From the Author's Note at the end of Sue Grafton's W is for Wasted. A tongue-in-cheek account of the changes that have transformed medicine into big business. Physician and medical ethicist Carl Elliott tracks the new world of commercialized medicine from start to finish, introducing the professional guinea pigs, ghostwriters, thought leaders, drug reps, public relations pros, and even medical ethicists who use medicine for (sometimes huge) financial gain. Along the way, he uncovers the cost to patients lost in a health-care universe centered around consumerism.
    Elliott, Michael Air Fryer Cookbook Cookbook Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. 300 easy recipes for quick and tasty meals.
    Ellis, Brett Easton Imperial Bedrooms Fiction Sequel to Less Than Zero.
    Ellis, Hannah Friends Like These Chick Lit Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. When newly single Marie decides to shake up her social life, she has no idea what she is letting herself in for. With her sights set on the flamboyant Sebastian and his sophisticated group, Marie is sure that things are about to change for the better. But when a chance encounter brings some unlikely characters into her life, things start to veer off course. Marie would never normally be seen with this bunch of misfits but to her annoyance they just keep turning up.
    Ellis, Tara Getting Out Alive Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. The Autumn Veatch Story. A harrowing plane crash took the lives of two people and plunged sixteen-year-old Autumn Veatch into the middle of the rugged Cascade Mountains. Injured, alone, and lost, she defies all odds to make it out alive.
    Ellison, Ralph Invisible Man Fiction Black man grapples with intolerance in Harlem.
    Ellroy, James The LA Quartet (4 different books) Fiction The Black Dahlia, White Jazz, The Big Nowhere, L.A. Confidential. Books about Los Angeles in the 40s and 50s. Noir!
    Ellsworth, John Defending Turquoise Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Thaddeus Murfee Legal Thriller Series book 6. Join Thaddeus Murfee in his new career in Flagstaff, where he is called on to defend the wife of the District Attorney. She has shot her husband to death and admitted it--but what about the mysterious bite marks in all the wrong places?
    Elmaleh, Antonio The Ones They Left Behind Fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. The Ones They Left Behind is a sweeping, riveting, historically accurate account of post-Civil War America told through the journey of Harriman Hickenlooper, a Union veteran who sets off on a one-man peace march to heal the wounds of a bitter and divided country by retracing his steps on Sherman s March to the Sea. This time, instead of carrying a gun, he will carry a flag. Instead of marching for war, he will march for peace and find a reason to live and love again.
    Elson, Aaron A Walk in the Sun Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Aaron Elson began interviewing World War II veterans when he attended a reunion of his father's tank battalion in 1987. In 1994 he wrote "Tanks for the Memories," a collection of stories told by the battalion veterans. In 1997 he launched the World War II Oral History web site. Think Studs Terkel meets Stephen Ambrose. Since 1987 he has recorded more than 600 hours of interviews with men and women of the World War II generation. "A Walk in the Sun" is a collection of stories from Elson's web site and archive.
    Eltahawy, Mona Headscarves & Hymens Non-fiction Suggested By: Suggested List.
    Why the Middle East Needs a Sexual Revolution. Journalist and Muslim commentator Mona Eltahawy explores the “myth” that we should stand back and watch while women are abused in the name of religion. She attacks attitudes from the Middle East and Western liberals in this honest and at times shocking book.
    Emerick, Geoff Here, There and Everywhere Memoir Geoff Emerick - Beatles' sound engineer. "Lennon wanted me to record him actually singing underwater. First, he tried singing while gargling. When that failed (he nearly choked), he began lobbying for a tank...so that he could be submerged."
    Eminem The Way I Am Non-fiction Part memoir, part scrapbook, this collection of lyrics, photos, and sketches is the perfect therapy for Slim Shady withdrawal.
    Emley, Dianne The First Cut Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    $1.07 Kindle book. The assailant was vicious, the attack brutal--and it left her lifeless . . . until her pulse fluttered and she jolted awake. Now, a year later, detective Nan Vining is still questioning her strength, her safety, even her sanity: Can she ever again be the cop--and mother--she was before? And will her attacker someday return to finish the job, before she can track him down herself?
    Emme ,Melissa Miller, True Beauty Non-fiction Book by Large Size model.
    English Teacher X Vodkaberg Memoir Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Nine years in Russia. The Burnout Trilogy book 2. In the year 2000, English Teacher X moved to the bankrupt, frozen, desolate country of Russia, seeking a quiet life. Instead, he found himself the center of attention of the gorgeous, sexy, amoral, and abundant female population of the city of Vodkaberg, as one of the few foreign residents there.
    Englund, Peter The Beauty and the Sorrow History History of WWI told through the lives of 20 ordinary citizens on both sides.
    Enright, Anne Yesterday's Weather Short Stories After the first few stories in this superb collection, you may be tempted to polish off the book in one sitting. Don't. Read each piece slowly to savor this Irish writer's wry insights.
    Ephron, Nora Crazy Salad & Scribble Scribble Essays 1970s essay collections, reissued.
    Ephron, Nora The Most of Nora Ephron Other Hugely entertaining collection. Young Ephron skewered journalistic ethics and made Gloria Steinem and Helen Gurley Brown cry during interviews.
    Epstein, Edward Jay The Big Picture Non-fiction Hollywood user's manual - complete and readable.
    Epstein, Edward Jay The Hollywood Economist Non-fiction The Hidden Financial Reality Behind the Movies. Made up mainly of reworked entries from his Slate columns this latest work is essentially a spruced-up retread of his The Big Picture from 1995. Still, there's fun to be had including a breakdown of Arnold Schwarzenegger's Terminator 3 contract.
    Epstein, Lea Odze and Caren Osten Gerszberg Drinking Diaries Essays Women authors share their thoughts on the role alcohol plays in their lives.
    Epstein, Mitch Recreation Photo Acutely observant pictures from the 1970s and 80s. Does the impossible - makes us empathize with people dressed in supremely bad clothes.
    Erdrich, Louise LaRose Fiction Suggested By: People Mag.
    Two Native American families are devastated when a man accidentally shoots and kills his friend's young son.
    Erdrich, Louise The Master Butchers Singers Club Fiction Grim and thoughtful, but also full of tenderness and life. Also, she's recommended by Louise P. in lieu of Alice Hoffman.
    Erdrich, Louise The Round House Fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    It is an exquisitely told story of a boy living in an Ojibwe reservation in North Dakota on the cusp of manhood who seeks justice and understanding in the wake of a terrible crime that upends and forever transforms his family.
    Erickson, Stephanie The Blackout Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Molly is an English professor at a local liberal arts college when the world suddenly goes dark. Her husband, Gary, is a corporate pilot on the other side of the country. Grounded by what appears to be a catastrophic power outage, he has no way to communicate with his wife, let alone get home to her.
    Erickson, Stephanie The Dead Room Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. 322 years after the apocalypse, the world has changed, but her people have not. Secrets, lies, and manipulations endure among a small group of survivors taking refuge on an island in the Northern Pacific.
    Esmonde-White, Miranda Aging Backwards Non-fiction Suggested By: Movie/TV.
    $2.14 Kindle book. Reverse the aging process and look 10 years younter in 30 minutes a day. As seen on PBS.
    Esquivel, Laura Like Water For Chocolate Magical/Mystical Suggested By: Author.
    Magical Realism, recommended by Menna van Praag. Part love story/part fantasy that delves into the lives of a Mexican family during the Mexican Revolution.
    Essig, Mark Edison and the Electric Chair History Part history, part science primer, part meditation on capital punishment. The harrowing eyewitness accounts of the first state-sanctioned electrocution are unforgettable.
    Estabrook, Barry Pig Tales Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    An Omnivore's Quest for Sustainable Meat. With wit and attention to detail, a New York Times bestselling author explores modern advances in humane pig farming in this "thoroughly researched, deftly written piece of investigative journalism" (Kirkus Reviews starred review).
    Ethington, Rebecca Kiss of Fire Fantasy Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Joclyn Despain has been marred by a brand on her skin. She doesn't know why the mark appeared on her neck, but she doesn't want anyone to see it, including her best friend Ryland, who knows everything else about her. The scar is the reason she hides herself behind baggy clothes, and won't let the idea of kissing Ryland enter her mind, no matter how much she wants to. The scar is the reason she is being hunted.
    Eugenides, Jeffrey The Virgin Suicides Fiction Suggested By: Other.
    In a quiet suburb of Detroit, the five Lisbon sisters--beautiful, eccentric, and obsessively watched by the neighborhood boys--commit suicide one by one over the course of a single year. As the boys observe them from afar, transfixed, they piece together the mystery of the family's fatal melancholy, in this hypnotic and unforgettable novel of adolescent love, disquiet, and death.
    Evanovich, Janet Explosive Eighteen Crime/Mystery Before Stephanie can even step foot off Flight 127 Hawaii to Newark, she's knee deep in trouble. Her dream vacation turned into a nightmare, and she's flying back to New Jersey solo.
    Evanovich, Janet Fearless Fourteen Crime/Mystery Bounty hunter Stephanie Plum tries to help her cop boyfriend Morelli figure out why people are breaking into his home.
    Evanovich, Janet Finger Lickin' Fifteen Crime/Mystery New Jersey bail-bonds office worker Lula is a witness to celebrity chef, Stanley Chipotle, losing his head, literally. Now Lula and Stephanie Plum, a bond enforcement officer, are on the hunt to identify the killers before Lula is next on the chopping block.
    Evanovich, Janet Lean Mean Thirteen Crime/Mystery New Stephanie Plum mystery.
    Evanovich, Janet Metro Girl Crime/Mystery Sister Alex must find missing race car driver.
    Evanovich, Janet Motor Mouth Crime/Mystery Fetching mechanic Alexandra Barnaby and her NASCAR driver boyfriend, Sam, tangle with bad guys.
    Evanovich, Janet Plum Lovin? Crime/Mystery Between-the-numbers holiday novella. When the shadowy Diesel appears, he has a task for Stephanie--and he s not taking no for an answer. Annie Hart is a relationship expert who is wanted for armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. Stephanie needs to find her, fast.
    Evanovich, Janet Plum Lucky Crime/Mystery Between-the-numbers holiday novella. No one is more mysterious than the unmentionable Diesel. He's back and hot on the trail of a little man in green pants who's lost a giant bag of money. Problem is, the money isn't exactly lost. Stephanie's Grandma Mazur has found it,
    Evanovich, Janet Plum Spooky Crime/Mystery Between-the-numbers novel. According to legend, the Jersey Devil prowls the Pine Barrens and soars above the treetops in the dark of night. As eerie as this might seem, there are things in the Barrens that are even more frightening and dangerous. And there are monkeys. Lots of monkeys.
    Evanovich, Janet Various - Stephanie Plum Series Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
    • One For the Money (1995 - read 1999/08)
    • Two For the Dough (1996 - read 1999/08)
    • Three to Get Deadly (1997 read 1999/09)
    • Four to Score (1998 - read 1999/09)
    • High Five (1999 - read 1999/12)
    • Hot Six (2000)
    • Seven Up (2001 - read 2001/10)
    • Hard Eight (2002 - read 2002/08)
    • Visions of Sugar Plums. A short Christmas special. (2003)
    • To the Nines (2003 - read 2003/08)
    • Ten Big Ones (2004)
    • Eleven on Top (2005 - read 2006/08)
    • Twelve Sharp (2006 - read 2015/10)
    • Plum Lovin' (2007)
    • Lean Mean Thirteen (2007)
    • Plum Lucky (2008)
    • Fearless Fourteen (2008)
    • Plum Spooky (2009)
    • Finger Lickin' Fifteen (2009)
    • Sizzling Sixteen (2010)
    • Smokin' Seventeen (2011)
    • Explosive Eighteen (2011)
    • Notorious Nineteen (2012)
    • Takedown Twenty (2013)
    • Top Secret Twenty-one (2014)
    • Tricky Twenty-two (2015)
    • Turbo Twenty-Three (2016)
    • Hardcore Twenty-Four (2017)
    Evanovich, Janet Wicked Business Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
    An utterly delightful paranormal mystery (Cosmopolitan) from a #1 New York Times bestselling author: When Professor Reedy is murdered, pastry chef-turned-sleuth Lizzy and her partner Diesel take up the dead man's quest for an ancient relic!
    Evans, Gail She Wins, You Win Non-fiction A Guidebook for Making Women More Powerful.
    Evans, Harold My Paper Chase Memoir Evans, former newspaper editor, provides a nostalgia-tinged look back at the days when print was wonderfully alive.
    Evans, Jayne Mountain of Lies Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. The Pack book 1. Pinned by a rock slide while conducting an environmental impact study in British Columbia's Coast Mountains, Mia Blackmore figures karma has finally caught up to her. Actually, she's surprised she got away with her crime this long.
    Evans, Polly It's Not About the Tapas Technical/Reference A fast-paced but reflective memoir about Evan's six-week bike pilmagrage across Spain, complete with sherry binges, mongrel-dodging, and watching Lois y Clark in dumpy motels.
    Evans, Walker Many Are Called Photo Between 1936 and 1941 Walker Evans hit a camera beneath his coat to catch candid pix.
    Everett, Percival American Desert Fiction Pretend you committed suicide, but during your funeral you comb back to life albeit with no working organs and a crudely re-attached head. Wouldn't that suck? Apparently, not! Laugh-out-loud funny. Warning: review also says that it is "high concept".
    Evison, Jonathan This Is Your Life, Harriet Chance! Fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    After losing her husband, 78-year-old Harriet sets out on an Alaskan cruise and soon must confront her past and her relationship with her estranged daughter. "As sweet as it is inventive, profound as it is hilarious, unflinching as it is bighearted" - Maria Semple, author of Where'd You Go, Bernadette.
    Ewalt, David M Of Dice and Men Non-fiction Sheds light on the world of Gary Gygax and also lets the reader into the mind of somebody questioning how cool this game is.
    Fabian, Leslie Hilburn My Husband's a Woman Now GLBT Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
    A Shared Journey of Transition and Love. Recommended by Alicia Vikander of The Danish Girl.
    Fagen, Donald Eminent Hipsters Memoir Hilarious musical genius. Diary of Steely Dan's last tour.
    Fagone, Jason The Woman Who Smashed Codes Auto/Biography Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
    In 1916, at the height of World War I, brilliant Shakespeare expert Elizebeth Smith went to work for an eccentric tycoon on his estate outside Chicago. The tycoon had close ties to the U.S. government, and he soon asked Elizebeth to apply her language skills to an exciting new venture: code-breaking. There she met the man who would become her husband, groundbreaking cryptologist William Friedman. Though she and Friedman are in many ways the "Adam and Eve" of the NSA, Elizebeth's story, incredibly, has never been told.
    Fairley, Linda The Midwife's Here! Memoir One of Britain’s best-loved, longest-serving midwives tells her inspirational true story in this bestseller.
    Fake Steve Jobs Options Fiction For 14 months before his recent outing, Forbes senior editor, Daniel Lyons, surreptitiously channeled Apple's CEO in a hit-or-miss blog diary. This version is so textured and real that even his most idle thoughts amuse.
    Faleiro, Sonia Beautiful Thing Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    Inspired by her friendship with a 19-year-old exotic dancer, an award-winning journalist presents an intimate examination of the notorious world of sex work in the dark underbelly of Bombay. "Will break your heart several times over" (The New York Times).
    Fallon, Jane Getting Rid of Matthew Fiction A mistress's hilarious attempt to get rid of her married lover, after he leavs his family to move in with her.
    Falter, Suzanne and Jack Harvey Transformmed GLBT Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Charley McElroy is a handsome, well-heeled travel writer and CIA operative and he's having a midlife crisis. Not only did he get suspended by the Agency after forgetting to pay his taxes.
    Farthing, Pen One Dog at a Time Non-fiction British Royal Marine Farthing begins rescuing the starving strays nosing their way into his Afghan war zone compound. Farthing hatches a dangerous plan to transport the dogs to a rescue sanctuary.
    Fatsis, Stefan A Few Seconds of Panic Memoir Fatsis depicts the cutthroat work environment of the present-day NFL.
    Fatsis, Stefan Word Freak Non-fiction Absorbing account of the competitive Scrabble Scene.
    Faubion, Stephanie S. Mayo Clinic The Menopause Solution Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    $2.14 Kindle book. A doctor's guide to relieving hot flashes, enjoying better sex, sleeping well, controlling your weight, and being happy.
    Faur, Peter Red Metal Fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. In 2005, hedge-fund manager David Brown of Galileo Capital spots a rare opportunity. China's voracious appetite for copper is flooding Red Metal Corporation with cash, and Red Metal CEO Jeff Fowler appears hell-bent on leaving most of it in the bank.
    Faust, Drew Gilpin This Suffering Republic Non-fiction Award-winning look at how the Civil War changes our view of death. Improbably gripping.
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