Books I'd Like To Read

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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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Forster, E. M. A Room With a View Classic Suggested By: Author.
Free Kindle book.
Fortier, Zach and Derard Barton I am Raymond Washington Auto/Biography Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. The only authorized biography of the original founder of the Crips.
Foster, Marilee Dirt Under My Nails: An American Farmer and Her Changing Land Memoir Started as a seasonal diary.
Fountain, Ben Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk Fiction Suggested By: Movie/TV.
Three minutes and forty-three seconds of intensive warfare with Iraqi insurgents caught on tape by an embedded Fox News crew has transformed the eight surviving men of Bravo Squad into America's most sought-after heroes. Now they're on a media-intensive nationwide tour to reinvigorate public support for the war.
Fowler, Alys The Edible Garden Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
From a BBC gardening celebrity comes a fun, informative guide to growing your own food in an urban setting. Even if you have a small yard or a tiny apartment, you can still have a garden that shines!
Fowler, Connie May How Clarissa Burden Learned to Fly Fiction When a 30ish wife, mom, and writer is forced - thanks to some very unusual circumstances - to take stock in her life, the result is downright miraculous.
Fowler, Karen Joy The Jane Austen Book Club Fiction Endearing group of Californians gather to read Austen's six novels as a way to escape their own love lives. According to EW, the book is even better than the movie.
Fowler, Therese Anne Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald Fiction Suggested By: Movie/TV.
When beautiful, reckless Southern belle Zelda Sayre meets F. Scott Fitzgerald at a country club dance in 1918, she is seventeen years old and he is a young army lieutenant stationed in Alabama. Before long, the "ungettable" Zelda has fallen for him despite his unsuitability: Scott isn't wealthy or prominent or even a Southerner, and keeps insisting, absurdly, that his writing will bring him both fortune and fame.
Fowles, John The Magus Fiction Literary box of tricks involving a mysterious millionaire on a small Greek Isle (EW Must List).
Fox, Angie Southern Spirits Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. When out of work graphic designer Verity Long accidentally traps a ghost on her property, she's saddled with more than a supernatural sidekick--she gains the ability see spirits. It leads to an offer she can't refuse from the town's bad boy, the brother of her ex and the last man she should ever partner with.
Fox, Paula The Coldest Winter Non-fiction Another vibrant memoir from the author of "Borrowed Finery". Here she remembers life in post-war Europe.
Francis, Dick The Edge Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
$2.14 Kindle book. A high-class, transcontinental horse-racing junket should be an idyllic getaway for the super-rich. But one passenger on this train is a sociopath, a genius at blackmail and criminal corruption--and he plans to take everyone for everything they've got.
Frank, Michael The Mighty Franks Memoir Suggested By: People Mag.
Adored by his glam "Auntie Hankie", a Hollywood screenwriter, the author grew up feeling special - and then he saw her true colors.
Frankel, Glenn The Searchers Non-fiction Based on the 1836 kidnapping of a 9 year old girl in East Texas. By the time she was finally recaptured she was no longer the girl her family remembered. She was fully Comanche.
Frankel, Lauren Hyacinth Girls Fiction Disconcerting and suspenseful. Pressures of adolescence, the cruelty of society, and how little we know our children.
Frankel, Valerie It's Hard Not to Hate You Memoir When a doctor orders her to reduce her stress, Frankel decides to exorcise the spiteful feelings she keeps buried deep inside. On her touching, hilarious journey, Frankel learns overt positivity isn't the answer.
Franken, Al Rush Limbaugh is Big Fat Idiot; Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them Non-fiction A scathing--but uncompromisingly fair--look at America's largest talk show host and the rest of the Republican right.
Franklin, Tom and Beth Ann Fennelly The Tilted World Fiction Suggested By: Author.
Recommended by Joshilyn Jackson. Set during Prohibition, it tells the story of the great flood when the levees broke in Mississippi. It's a historical thrill ride, but the beating heart of the book is Dixie Clay. She's a bootlegging moonshine savant whose broken heart begins to heal when she falls first for an orphaned baby boy and then for the man who brought her the child--too bad he's a federal agent.
Franklin, Benjamin The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin Auto/Biography Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin is the traditional name for the unfinished record of his own life written by Benjamin Franklin from 1771 to 1790; however, Franklin himself appears to have called the work his Memoirs. Although it had a tortuous publication history after Franklin's death, this work has become one of the most famous and influential examples of an autobiography ever written.
Franzen, Jonathan Freedom Fiction Franzen chronicles the ups and downs of Walter and Patty Berglund of St. Paul with a cold mind and a warm heart.
Fraser, Antonia Marie Antoinette: The Journey Auto/Biography Biography, plays up Marie's human side.
Fraser, Antonia Must You Go? My Life With Harold Pinter Memoir Tender portrait of her marriage and a deliciously detailed account of living in the thick of creativity and fame.
Frazer, Andrea Strangeways to Oldham Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. On a visit to a local nursing home where an old business partner of her father's is residing, she unexpectedly discovers a long-lost friend, Hugo Cholmondley-Crichton-Crump - and stumbles upon murder as well.
Frazer, Brian Hyper-Condriac Memoir The perfect medicine for anyone suffering from a case of treacly-memoir syndrome. Frazer's reflections are distince and laugh-out-loud funny. Wickedly funny observations make this sickness-filled book easy to swallow.
Frazier, Charles Nightwoods Crime/Mystery By author of Cold Mountain. Appalachian mystery combines enchanting prose with a terrifying story.
Frazier, Charles Thirteen Moons Fiction In the misty Appalacians, Will Cooper sits on his porch taking potshots at passing trains, lamenting modern annoyances like electricity, and reminiscing about his past as orphan, shopkeeper, senator, and "white chief" of the Cherokee. It's fertile material, so why is this novel so much less moving than "Cold Mountain"?
Frazier, Ian Lamentations of the Father Humorous Frazier's pieces are easily digestible but addictive. You may have to explain to others what's making you guffaw so loudly.
Frederick, Jim Black Hearts Non-fiction From an editor at Time Magazine, the riveting account of an Iraq war atrocity and the nightmarish conditions that made it possible.
Fredston, Jill Snowstruck: In the Grip of Avalanches Science/Nature Suggested By: Unknown.
From tracking avalanche paths on mountains to guiding rescue efforts to convey the devastation brough on by these natural phenomenon.
Freed, Jennifer Ph. D. Peace Q Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Increasing your capacity for peaceful living within and peace around you.
Freedman, David H. At Large: The Strange Case of the World's Biggest Internet Invasion Non-fiction About the Phantom Dialer hacker. In 1992 a hacking incident of unprecedented proportions spread from universities to government contractors to military sites and even to nuclear weapons labs. This book reveals the true story of the most widespread hacking incident to date--and issues an ominous warning about the fatal flaws of the Internet.
Freedman, David H. Wrong Non-fiction Why experts* keep failing us--and how to know when not to trust them.

*Scientists, finance wizards, doctors, relationship gurus, celebrity CEOs, high-powered consultants, health officials, and more.
Freedman, Rory and Kim Barnouin Skinny Bitch Non-fiction Skinny Bitch espouses a healthful lifestyle that promotes whole grains, fruits, and vegetables, and encourages women to get excited about feeling "clean and pure and energized."
Freeman, Julian Art: A Crash Course Non-fiction An Irreverent but highly informative look at great art through the ages.
French, Dawn You. Me. A Diary. Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Interactive diary - but the Kindle version is not interactive. This might be...stupid.
French, Nicci Blue Monday Crime/Mystery Introduces Frieda Klein, a buttoned-up London psychotherapist who spends her days dealing with the "pain inside of other peoples' heads," and her insomniac nights roaming the city to clear her own.
French, Tana Dublin Murder Squad Series Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
  • In the Woods (2007)
  • The Likeness (2008)
  • Faithful Place (2010)
  • Broken Harbour (2011)
  • The Secret Place (2014)
  • The Trespasser (2016)
Frenkel, James Bangs and Whimpers: Stories About the End of the World Post-Apocalyptic Published just before the turn of the century--when quite a few people were contemplating the Apocalypse (I wasn't one of them)--"Bangs & Whimpers" does a great job of offering 19 various scenarios about the end of the world. Looks to be more about the end, than the recovery afterwards, but worth a try.
Freudenberger, Nell The Newlyweds Fiction A young woman leaves her family in Bangaladesh to live in America as the wife of a man she met on the internet.
Fridland, Emily History of Wolves Fiction Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
The life of a lonely teenager in Minnesota becomes calamitously tangled with a young couple and their 4-year-old son in this starkly affecting coming-of-age novel.
Friend, David Watching the World Change Non-fiction Intriguing book explores how photos shaped the 9/11 experience and helped us through.
Frost, Fifi Rusted Rhinestones GLBT Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Memoir. Warning, does contain adult content. I was set on a journey as a gay youth in the deep south at the age of 14 in the late 1970's. The battles with my family, organized religion, anti gay conversion therapy, homelessness as a minor, mental illness, as well as government and institutionalized discrimination have made me the man I am today. Surviving 2 brutal hate crimes, trying to live, love, and have my piece of the American Dream.
Fuchs, Leo Leo Fuchs: Special Photographer From the Golden Age of Hollywood Photo Fuchs' photographs of Hollywood's undisputed heyday are collected for the first time.
Fuller, Alexandra Leaving Before the Rains Come Memoir The story of her crumbling marriage. The writing is so gorgeously wrought that you stop, time and time again, to marvel at the language.
Fuller, Bryant The Legend of Colton H. Bryant Auto/Biography In this moving book, Fuller recounts Bryant's short, rowdy life and horrific death in an oil rig accident. By the time Bryant meets his demise, you may find yourself fighting tears.
Gabaldon, Diana A Plague of Zombies SciFi Suggested By: Author.
$2.14 Kindle book. An Outlander Lord John Grey novella. Lord John Grey, a lieutenant-colonel in His Majesty's army, arrives in Jamaica with orders to quash a slave rebellion brewing in the mountains. But a much deadlier threat lies close at hand. The governor of the island is being menaced by zombies, according to a servant. Lord John has no idea what a zombie is, but it doesn't sound good. It sounds even worse when hands smelling of grave dirt come out of the darkness to take him by the throat. Between murder in the governor's mansion and plantations burning in the mountains, Lord John will need the wisdom of serpents and the luck of the devil to keep the island from exploding.
Gabaldon, Diana Drums of Autumn Fantasy Suggested By: Author.
$5.37 Kindle book. Outlander Book 4. Now Brianna has made a disturbing discovery that sends her to the stone circle and a terrifying leap into the unknown. In search of her mother and the father she has never met, she is risking her own future to try to change history...and to save their lives. But as Brianna plunges into an uncharted wilderness, a heartbreaking encounter may strand her forever in the past...or root her in the place she should be, where her heart and soul belong....
Gabaldon, Diana Lord John and the Private Matter Fiction Suggested By: Author.
$2.15 Kindle book. Lord John Grey book 1. The year is 1757. On a clear morning in mid-June, Lord John Grey emerges from London's Beefsteak Club, his mind in turmoil. A nobleman and a high-ranking officer in His Majesty's army, Grey has just witnessed something shocking. But his efforts to avoid a scandal that might destroy his family are interrupted by something still more urgent: The Crown appoints him to investigate the brutal murder of a comrade-in-arms who may have been a traitor.
Gabaldon, Diana Outlander Series SciFi Suggested By: Friend.
WWII nurse Claire Randall time travels to 18th-century Scotland and finds adventure and romance with the dashing James Fraser.
  • Outlander (1991 - Read 10/2014)
  • Dragonfly in Amber (1992 - Read 11/2014)
  • Voyager (1994 - Read 2/2015)
  • Drums of Autumn (1997)
  • The Fiery Cross (2001)
  • A Breath of Snow and Ashes (2005)
  • An Echo in the Bone (2009)
  • Written in My Own Heart's Blood (2014)
  • The Outlandish Companion (1999) Beautifully illustrated compendium of all things Outlandish
Gable, Kenneth Calligraphy Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. The definitive guide. Learn top calligraphy techniques and master the art of lettering.
Gabrielle, Gundi Travel for Free Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. How to score free flights, rental cars & accommodations, dramatically reduced airfares, get paid to travel & star a digital nomad biz in the world.
Gaesser, Glenn A. Big Fat Lies Non-fiction The Truth about Your Weight and Your Health. Exercise and healthful eating are still the keys to vitality and longevity. It's just that weight control has been unrealistically foisted upon us by the insurance and fashion industries, making us miserably concerned with girth when there's often no need for worry.
Gaffigan, Jim Food: A Love Story Humorous Suggested By: BookBub.com.
An all-you-can-eat smorgasbord of laughter! Comedian Jim Gaffigan shares his culinary passions in this hilarious ode to everything edible.
Gaffney, Elizabeth Metropolis Fiction Story takes place in The Big Apple when the Brooklyn Bridge was under construction and running water was a novelty.
Gaiman, Neil American Gods Fantasy Suggested By: Author.
BOOKS ON TAPE. Read by George Guidall, recommended by Stephen King.
Gaiman, Neil Bibliography (Novels) Fantasy
  • The Silver Dream (2013 YA) - sequel to InterWorld
  • The Ocean at the End of the Lane (2013 - read 2013)
  • The Graveyard Book (2008 YA - read 2014)
  • Anansi Boys (2005 - read 2009)
  • InterWorld (2007 YA)
  • American Gods (2001)
  • Stardust (1999 - read 2007)
  • Neverwhere (1996 - read 2009)
  • Good Omens (with Terry Pratchett - 1990. Meh - I tried to read this 9/2014 but didn't like it).
Gaiman, Neil The Ocean at the End of the Lane Fantasy Suggested By: Author.
$2.96 Kindle book. BooksAndBars for July 2014, but I had already ready it. Some guy goes back to his childhood home, and then memories of that awful event come flooding back.
Gaiman, Neil Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances SciFi Suggested By: BookBub.com.
Third collection of short fiction, following Smoke and Mirrors and Fragile Things, which includes a never-before published American Gods story, "Black Dog," written exclusively for this volume.
Gaiman, Neil and Terry Pratchett Good Omens Fantasy Suggested By: GoodReads.com.
Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's brilliantly dark and screamingly funny take on humankind's final judgment.
Gaimon, Neil and Michael Reeves Interworld Youth Suggested By: Unknown.
Book one of a trilogy. A lad discovers that he can walk between alternate Earths and is swept up in a war between them in this fast-paced, compulsively readable tale.
Gaines, Steven The Sky's the Limit Non-fiction There is no more fascinating sport than the New York real estate market.
Galbraith, Robert (J.K. Rowlings) The Cuckoo's Calling Crime/Mystery London PI Cormoran Strike’s final feud with his arguably insane fiancée leaves him camping in his office, wondering how his last two clients will keep him afloat and pay for his new secretary, Robin.
Gantos, Jack Dead End in Norvelt Youth Suggested By: Other.
Suggested by mprnews.org on Twitter. A young boy gets into trouble and his punishment is to help an elderly neighbor write obituaries of the town's founding residents. Sweet and funny.
Garant, Robert Ben and Thomas Lennon Writing Movies for Fun and Profit Non-fiction From writers of Reno 911. Even if you have no interest in screenwriting, it's hilarious.
Garcia, Kami and Margaret Stohl Beautiful Creatures Series Youth
  • Beautiful Creatures (2010 - read 2015/04)
  • Beautiful Darkness (2010 - read 2015/05)
  • Beautiful Chaos (2011)
  • Dream Dark (2011)
  • Beautiful Redemption (2012)
  • The Mortal Heart (prequel - 2015)
Garcia-Roza, Luiz Alfredo Inspector Espinosa mysteries Crime/Mystery Inspector Espinosa mysteries set in the sunny menace of RIO DE JANIERO. The Brazil / Jorge connection...
Gardner, Daniel The Science of Fear Non-fiction Why do we fear dying in a terrorist-hijacked plane more than a car accident, when the odds of the former are tiny?
Gardner, Lisa Hide Crime/Mystery Police sharpshooter, Bobby Dodge, has just traded up from sniper to detective when he's summoned to a horrifying crime scene: six dead girls in an underground pit.
Garfield, Simon Just My Type Non-fiction A book about fonts.
Garland, Rosie The Palace of Curiousities Magical/Mystical Recommended by Shelley M. A luminous and bewitching debut novel that is perfect for fans of Angela Carter. Set in Victorian London, it follows the fortunes of Eve, the Lion-Faced Girl and Abel, the Flayed Man. A magical realism delight.
Garlin, Jeff My Footprint Memoir Garlin writes on reducing his carbon footprint and his weight.
Garner, Abigail Families Like Mine Memoir Autobiography. Dad came out when she was 5 years old.
Gartenstein-Ross, Daveed My Year Inside Radical Islam Memoir A man remembers working for an extremist Islamic charity.
Gates, Henry Louis Jr. and Kevin M. Burke And Still I Rise Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
An important and captivating journey through time: From the assassination of Malcolm X to the presidency of Barack Obama, explore 50 years of African American history and culture in this sweeping chronology.
Gatski, Kate Starting an Etsy business for dummies Non-fiction Found at library.
Gawande, Atul Better Non-fiction He discusses the difficulty of getting doctors to wash their hands between patients, the ethical connumdrum for doctors participating in executions, and even a short history of obstetrics. Gawande's multi-topic approach makes for a gripping read, but sometimes suggests he's wandering off course.
Gawande, Atul The Checklist Manifesto Non-fiction Compelling take on the virtues of the humble to-do list from the surgeon-author.
Gear, Kathleen O'Neal and W. Michael Gear The People Series SciFi
  • People of the Wolf (1990 - read 4/2009)--the initial migration of Siberian hunters across Beringia and into Alaska (13000 BC)
  • People of the Fire (1990)--the transition of Native American culture from Paleo-Indian to Archaic, as a result of sudden climactic warming, in the High Plains and Western Rockies region (8000 BC)
  • People of the Earth (1992)--Plains and Basins region (5000 BC)
  • People of the River (1992)--the mound-building Cahokia empire on the Mississippi River
  • People of the Sea (1993)--the initial development of California Native American culture, as a result of climactic warming (8000 BC)
  • People of the Lakes (1994)--the journey of a band of Hopewell Indians across the Great Lakes (100 AD)
  • People of the Lightning (1995)--the travails of an albino youth in Early Archaif Florida (7000 BC)
  • People of the Silence (1996)--the decline of the Chaco Empire (1200 AD)
  • People of the Mist (1997)--a murder mystery set among the Algonquin people of the Chesapeake Bay region (1200 AD)
  • People of the Masks (1998)--Iroquois culture of the Woodland period
  • People of the Owl (2003)--the Poverty Point semi-urban culture (1500 BC)
  • People of the Raven (2004)--a speculative fictional account of Kennewick Man, an apparent Caucasoid male who lived in the Pacific Northwest c. 9000 BC
  • People of the Moon (2005)--the collapse of the Chaco Empire frontier of the Southwest (1300 AD), from the perspective of a subject people in what is now southern Colorado
  • People of the Nightland (2007)
  • People of the Weeping Eye (forthcoming)--the mound-building culture around Moundville, AL
  • People of the Thunder (forthcoming)
Geddes, John Highway to Hell: Dispatches from a Mercenary in Iraq Memoir For the first time a private military contractor delivers a frontline report on life as a hired gun in Iraq.
Gefter, Amanda Trespassing on Einstein's Lawn Memoir Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
A Father, a Daughter, the Meaning of Nothing, and the Beginning of Everything. Amanda Gefter tells the story of how she conned her way into a career as a science journalist--and wound up hanging out, talking shop, and butting heads with the world's most brilliant minds.
Geniesse, Jane Fletcher Passionate Nomad: The Life of Freya Stark Auto/Biography Freya Stark born 25 years after "Desert Queen", Gertrude Bell, was an intrepid female traveler to antique lands including Iraq and what is now Iran.
George, Elizabeth (Editor) A Moment on the Edge Crime/Mystery Suggested By: BookBub.com.
26 of the best mystery stories of the past century by some of the genre's most prominent women writers! Featuring work from Shirley Jackson, Ruth Rendell, Dorothy L. Sayers, and more.
Gerber, Robin Barbie and Ruth Non-fiction About Mattel co-founder Ruth Handler. Handler named Barbie and Ken after her kids. They weren't pleased.
Gerritsen, Tess Rizzoli & Isles Series Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Movie/TV.
  • The Surgeon - introduces Rizzoli (2001)
  • The Apprentice - introduces Isles (2002)
  • The Sinner (2003)
  • Body Double (2004)
  • Vanish (2005)
  • The Mephisto Club (2006)
  • The Keepsake / Keeping the Dead (US / UK, 2008)
  • Ice Cold / The Killing Place (US / UK, 2010)
  • Freaks (short story, 2011)
  • The Silent Girl (2011)
  • John Doe (short story, 2012)
  • Last To Die (2012)
  • Die Again (2014)
Gerritsen, Tess The Mephisto Club Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
$2.14 Kindle book. Rizzoli & Isles book #6. The Latin word is scrawled in blood at the scene of a young woman's brutal murder: I HAVE SINNED. It's a chilling Christmas greeting for Boston medical examiner Maura Isles and Detective Jane Rizzoli, who swiftly link the victim to controversial celebrity psychiatrist Joyce O'Donnell–Jane's professional nemesis and member of a sinister cabal called the Mephisto Club.
Gerrold, David The Martian Child Fiction A Novel About A Single Father Adopting A Son. The biggest question is why the story is presented in fictional form. As Gerrold explicitly states, it is based on reality, and no point seems to be served in manufacturing details, except, perhaps, that it allows Gerrold to focus on the thesis that lavish applications of love, patience and understanding (along with a bit of medication) can overcome any child's difficulties and create a marvelous father-son relationship and a successful adoptive process. Because it doesn't thoroughly address such serious potential problems as Dennis's propensity for petty theft and violence, the resulting story is less than believable.
Gershman, Suzy C'est la Vie: An American Woman Begins a New Life in Paris and - Voila! - Becomes Almost French Memoir Gershman entertains with her true story of her move to Paris at age 50, following the death of her husband. This account of her transition from American wife to "almost French" widow is in turn witty, sad, funny, fresh, and fascinating.
Ghahramani, Zarah My Life as a Traitor Memoir In 2001, 20-year-old Tehran University Student Ghahramani was snatched by the dreaded secret policy for protesting a controversial professor's firing; wihtout trial or notification to her parents, she was thrown into Iran's brutal Evin Prison for 30 days.
Ghinsberg, Yossi Jungle Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
$2.14 Kindle book. True account of backpacking in the Amazon. Yossi is separated from his companions and struggles to make it out alive. A powerful story of self-discovery survival in the wild. Republished under several different names, including Back from Tuichi (the original).
Gibbons, Kaye Ellen Foster Fiction Old Ellen is the wittiest and most courageous character in contemporary Southern fiction - and she's only 11 years old.
Gibney, Michael Sous Chef Memoir Lets the reader see what it's like to spend 24 hours as a professional sous chef.
Gibson, Graeme The Bedside Book of Birds: An Avian Miscellany Essays Lushly illustrated, this sweeping compilation of avian writing will capture the imagination of any literary bird-lover. Or it could be mind-numblingly pretentious. Found in the Bas Bleu catalog.
Gibson, William Distrust That Particular Flavor Fantasy Suggested By: Other.
As seen at Dollar Tree. Recommended by Matthew Amster-Burton for the coupla short stories about Tokyo. Available as eBook from HCL.
Gibson, William Virtual Light SciFi Suggested By: Author.
From the author of Neuromancer: LA bike messenger Chevette Washington steals a pair of high-tech sunglasses that could cripple DatAmerica.
Gibson, William and Bruce Sterling The Difference Engine SciFi Steampunk. Part detective story, part historical thriller, The Difference Engine takes us not forward but back, to an imagined 1885
Giddings, Paula When and Where I Enter Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
Focusing on figures like Ida B. Wells and Fannie Lou Hamer, this volume pays tribute to amazing black women throughout history who've fought for equality and reform -- and the hurdles they've faced in their struggle. Drawing on speeches, diaries, letters, and other original documents, Paula Giddings powerfully portrays how black women have transcended racist and sexist attitudes--often confronting white feminists and black male leaders alike--to initiate social and political reform.
Gideon, Melanie Valley of the Moon Magical/Mystical Suggested By: Author.
Suggested by Sarah Addison Allen. The residents of Greengage tell a stunned and disoriented Lux that they’ve somehow been marooned in the early twentieth century. Unlike the people of Greengage, Lux discovers that she is able to come and go. And over the years, Lux finds herself increasingly torn between her two lives.
Gies, Joseph and Frances Gies Women in the Middle Ages Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
$1.07 Kindle book. The lives of real women in a vibrant age of transition.
Giffels, David All the Way Home Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
Giffels and his wife are on the hunt for the perfect house. But when they decide to rebuild an old mansion, they'll find that nothing worth having comes easy. Hilarious.
Gifford, Rob China Road Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
In this utterly surprising and deeply personal book, acclaimed National Public Radio reporter Rob Gifford, a fluent Mandarin speaker, takes the dramatic journey along Route 312 from its start in the boomtown of Shanghai to its end on the border with Kazakhstan. Gifford reveals the rich mosaic of modern Chinese life in all its contradictions, as he poses the crucial questions that all of us are asking about China: Will it really be the next global superpower? Is it as solid and as powerful as it looks from the outside? And who are the ordinary Chinese people, to whom the twenty-first century is supposed to belong?
Gilbert, Elizabeth The Last American Man Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
From the bestselling author of Eat, Pray, Love: This National Book Award finalist follows the unconventional life of Eustace Conway, who abandoned suburban life in favor of the rugged Appalachian Mountains.
Gilbert, Jennifer I Never Promised You a Goodie Bag Memoir At 22 she was brutally attacked by a screwdriver-wielding maniac and nearly killed. She survived, but her sense that the world was a good place did not.
Gilbertson, Ashley and Dexter Filkins Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Non-fiction A Photographer's Chronicle of the Iraq War. Gilbertson's camera records chaos descending as the Kurds and Arabs (longtime enemies) sectioned off their neighborhoods and began arming themselves, even before Baghdad fell. In dozens of striking battle scenes, American soldiers go about their business with courage and discipline but show little affection for Iraq's civilians and positive contempt for its army.
Gilbreth, Frank B. Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey Belles on Their Toes Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
In this "sincere and heartwarming" classic by the authors of Cheaper by the Dozen, the expansive Gilbreth clan approaches every adventure together -- whether they're fighting chicken pox or meeting the president.
Gillespie, Hollis Bleachy-Haired Honky Bitch Memoir 42-year old NPR regular who is also a Delta flight attendant.
Gillett, James B. Six Years With the Texas Rangers 1875-1881 Memoir Suggested By: Other.
Free Kindle book. Six Years with the Texas Rangers 1875 to 1881 is a history of the Texas Rangers from 1875 to 1881 written by Sergeant J.B. Gillett, a member of the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame. It is a fascinating account of one Ranger's life attempting to maintain law and order on the Texan frontier.
Gillick, Dr. Muriel R. The Denial of Aging Non-fiction Americans are spending billions a year trying to stay young. Snap out of it, urges Dr. Gillick, and focus on things like overhauling Medicare.
Gilmar, Susan Jane Hypocrite in a Pouffy White Dress Memoir Brisk comic memoir ala David Sedaris by observant and vivid writer.
Gilmour, David The Film Club Memoir Dad Gilmour made a deal with his 15-year-old son that the kid could drop out of school on one condition: Jesse had to watch three movies a week with his father. Ultimately, the story becomes subtly affecting.
Gimlette, John At the Tomb of the Inflatable Pig: Travels Through Paraguay Travel He boats down piranha-infested rivers, hobnobs with Anglo-Paraguayan socialites and hunts down the former hiding place of notorious Auschwitz doctor Josef Mengele. Gimlette, a travel writer and lawyer in London, proves a chatty, amiable guide to local institutions like the national railway (which has no running trains) and native wildlife, like the fierce, raccoon-like coatimundis (who, Gimlette writes, "make up for their absence of pity with fistfuls of dagger-like claws").
Giovino, Andrea Divorced From the Mob Memoir Both her mob-connected ex-beau and common-law husband went to jail, but "before he went to prison I couldn't get rid of him". Giovino was busted herself on drug charges, but refused to enter the Witness Protection Program, and has now written this tell-all book.
Gladwell, Malcolm Blink Non-fiction Explores intuitive/snap decision making Heard him on MPR.
Gladwell, Malcolm David and Goliath Non-fiction Another one of his social-science behemoths, this one about underdogs and misfits.
Gladwell, Malcolm What the Dog Saw Non-fiction Brings together, for the first time, the best of Gladwell's writing from The New Yorker in the past decade, including: the bittersweet tale of the inventor of the birth control pill; the dazzling inventions of the pasta sauce pioneer Howard Moscowitz; spotlighting Ron Popeil, the king of the American kitchen; and the secrets of Cesar Millan, the "dog whisperer." Gladwell also explores intelligence tests, ethnic profiling and "hindsight bias," and why it was that everyone in Silicon Valley once tripped over themselves to hire the same college graduate.
Gleiberman, Owen The Other Hollywood Non-fiction Portrays everything connected to porn except pleasure.
Glick, Daniel Monkey Dancing: A Father, Two Kids, and a Journey to the Ends of the Earth Memoir Glick had a mid-life crisis of epic proportions, and took his kids on an epic 5-month trek around the world.
Glock, Allison Beauty Before Comfort Memoir True story of Glock's grandma, a redheaded spitfire.
Gloeckner, Phoebe The Diary of a Teenage Girl An Account in Words and Pictures Other Graphic novel plus text and other drawings. I saw the movie and was both intrigued and a little bit disturbed. Minnie Goetze is a horny drinking/drugging 15 year old in 1970s San Francisco. She is loosely based on the author. The book is interesting, but also a bit repulsive as reading teen-age angst is always a bit much. I read about the first 50 pages before I had to return it. I'm not clamoring for more, but I"m adding it to the list in case I'm in the mood for it some other time.
Godfrey-Smith, Peter Other Minds Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
New York Times: The Octopus, the Sea, and the Deep Origins of Consciousness. This fascinating exploration into consciousness combines evolutionary biology, philosophy, and stunning photographs, with lots of remarkable cephalopod facts.
Godwin, Parke Firelord Series Fantasy I gave my copies to the library.
  • Firelord (1982): Artorious Pendragon, a young warrior-king destined to unite the shattered land of Britain, reaches unattainable heights, only to lose his heart and his kingdom to the greatest betrayal of all.
  • Beloved Exile (1984): King Arthur is dead. Surrounded by traitors and usurpers, Guinevere must defend the empire she struggled so desperately to help forge. Aided by the loyalty of Bedivere, Gareth, Lancelot, and others from Arthur\'s reign, she works toward settling her uneasy nation.
    Godwin, Parke Robin Hood Series Fantasy I gave my copy to the library.
    • Sherwood (1991)
    • Robin and the King (1993) (also published under the title Return to Nottingham)
    Godwin, Peter When a Crocodile Eats the Sun Memoir Godwin, a NY journalist, flies home to Zimbabwe to check on his frail parents. He documents their descent as well as that of his country under Robert Mugabe's corrupt regime. This is a moving, often raw portrait of modern Africa, juxtaposed against a very personal story.
    Goines, Donald Black Girl Lost Fiction Overheard some lady on the bus recommend this. Realistic urban fiction.
    Gold, Rozanne Radically Simple Cookbook Her ingredients are somewhat fancy, but Gold's short-and-easy techniques put sophisticated fare within any cook's reach.
    Gold, Theo Networking Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Networking Genius. Confidence, charisma, likability & communication skills.
    Goldberg, Amanda and Ruthanna Khalighi Hopper Celebutantes Fiction Witty and revealing. A walk-up to the Oscars where it's fun trying to sort fact from fiction as these two grew up in Hollywood. You'll feel like you were there, and be glad you weren't.
    Goldberg, Danny Bumping Into Genius Memoir Goldberg chronicles the phases of his career - rock journalist, record-company president, manager to musicians - with the sort of candor few record-biz execs would attempt.
    Goldberg, Myla Bee Season Fiction Jewish family implodes as the daughter ascends through the spelling bee ranks.
    Goldberg, Myla Wickett's Remedy Fiction A young Irish Catholic girl in Boston struggles to survive the deadly 1918 flu epidemic.
    Goldman, Ari Living a Year of Kaddish Memoir A clearly written autobiographical memoir that appears at first glance to be simple and straightforward. In fact, it is a profound and sophisticated examination of human relationships, particularly between a son and his parents. A modern Orthodox Jew, Goldman writes about observing the ritual requirements following the death of his father, as he had done four years earlier for his mother. Among these rituals is the obligation to "say kaddish" each day for 11 months. This Aramaic poem, which praises God, is recited in daily prayer services in the synagogue with 10 men present. In the memoir, Goldman describes the people he met and the experiences he had as he fulfilled this commitment.
    Goldman, Leslie Locker Room Diaries Non-fiction Medical writer and recovered anorexic Goldman interviewed hundreds of women in gym locker rooms, asking how they felt about their bodies. The naked truth: nobody feels perfect. (Duh, how narcissistic would that sound? - KA)
    Goldman, Lynda Easy Container Gardening Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book.
    Goldsmith, H. C. and Adam Gellert Four Years: A Navy Medic's World War II Memories Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book.
    Goldsworthy, Sandy Aftermath Fantasy Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. After losing her father, Emma Bennett moves to her aunt's small town of Westport to finish out her senior year of high school. Emma wants to forget the pain and loss of the past few weeks, finding relief in the company of Ben Parker--a local boy who she has an instant attraction and uncanny connection with. When Ben seems a little too preoccupied with other responsibilities and has no time for her, Emma turns to the town's hottest flirt--Lucas Crandon--for affection. Unfortunately, she realizes a little too late that, sometimes, bad boys really can be bad for you.
    Gollner, Adam Leith The Fruit Hungers Non-fiction Eating [durian] is said to be like eating your favorite ice cream while sitting on the toilet. The ones we ate tasted like peanutbutter mint omelets in body-odor sauce. Globetrotting search for exotic fruit.
    Golson, Barry Gringos in ParadiseGringos in Paradise Memoir Suggested By: Friend.
    An American Couple Builds Their Retirement Dream House in A Seaside Village in Mexico. Looking for books about retiring in Spanish speaking country. This is at the library, but not as an e-book.
    Goodavage, Maria Soldier Dogs Non-fiction Canine commandos sniff out bombs, act as sentries, and even track the masterminds behind explosives. There is a desperate need for dogs of war to be able to retire to loving homes when their work for our country is done.
    Goodman, Allegra Intuition Fiction Cancer-lab researchers are torn asunder when one thinks he's developed a virus that melts away tumors in mice, while another jealously believes that he is guilty of falsifying those results.

    Other titles include: Total Immersion, The Family Markowitz, and Paradise Park.
    Goodman, Allegra Kaaterskill Falls Fiction Community of Orthodox Jews who summer in upstate New York.
    Goodman, Doris K No Ordinary Time Non-fiction Something about the Roosevelts - recommended by CHDIII.
    Goodman, Randi and others Empowering Women to Succeed Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Volume III. 16 authors, including one man, share incredibly powerful messages, heartfelt stories that will motivate women and men, and inspire you. Each author has poured their hearts into sharing their resiliency towards trauma, separation, death, abuse and many other challenges. Through their quests, they give people hope, they find overwhelming success and happiness and hope that you can find the same through their life experiences.
    Goodwin, Doris Kearns Team of Rivals Non-fiction Abe Lincoln.
    Goodwin, Doris Kearns Wait Till Next Year Memoir Suggested By: Other.
    $2.14 Kindle book. By award-winning author. Touching memoir of growing up in love with her family and baseball.
    Gooseberry Patch Circle of Friends 25 One-Pot Dinners Cookbook Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book.
    Gopnik, Adam Paris to the Moon Memoir New Yorker writes about living in Paris.
    Goranin, Nakki American Photobooth Photo Jack and Jackie Kennedy. Andy Warhol. Goranin scoured garage sales, flea markets, and the internet for the distintive black and white photo strips to fill her charming new book.
    Gorant, Jim Wallace Non-fiction How an abused pup became a world-champion Frisbee dog. A moving tale.
    Gordimer, Nadine July's People Fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    A "flawlessly written" novel (The New York Times Book Review) from a Nobel Prize–winning author: As violence erupts in South Africa, a white family takes refuge with July, their black servant. "Gordimer writes more knowingly about South Africa than anyone else" (The New York Times). Speculates about the end of Apartheid before it actually happened.
    Gordon, Sol Anything by him... Non-fiction The G.R. audio tape guy.
    Gorman, Dave Are You Dave Gorman Memoir Inspired by drunken wager, DG travels to 7 countries in search of 54 people sharing his name.
    Gorman, Dave Dave Gorman's Googlewhack! Adventure Memoir A game in which you type a two-word phrase into Google.com an get one and only one hit in return. It's harder than you think. "dork turnspit", "pomegranate filibusters" and "hydroids souvlaki". On a drunken wager, he set out to meet the owners of 10 googlewhacked websites.
    Gosnell, Mariana Ice Non-fiction Frostbite, hail, how it feels to be on an iceberg when it flips. Ice is way more intriguing than you'd think.
    Gosselin, Peter High Wire: The Precarious Financial Lives of American Families Non-fiction why have so many of us, even those making hundreds of thousands of dollars, arrived at the new century with a gnawing sense that events are moving against our families and ourselves? The easy answer is that we?re suffering a case of needless anxiety. But the easy answer is wrong.
    Gough, Julian Juno and Juliet Fiction Twin sisters attend university in Galway where they come of age.
    Gould, Jonathan Can't Buy Me Love Non-fiction The book charts the evolution of the Beatles from three-chord sprints to synphonic masterpieces like "A Day in the Life." If you've ever wanted to know why the Beatles' music is great, look no further.
    Goulston, Mark Talking to Crazy Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    $2.14 Kindle book. How to deal with the irrational and impossible people in your life. Intro has story about cutting off mad guy on the LA freeway, then accidentally defusing his anger.
    Gowdy, Barbara The White Bone Fiction Novel told from perspective of wild African elephants.
    Gowen, Karen Jones Farm Girl Memoir Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Set in the Dust Bowl of the American West, this true account of a child coming of age on a 1920's Nebraska farm, recaptures an era. Young Lucille Marker experiences survival during the Depression, one of the worst dust storms in history, and finally the disintegration of the close-knit community in which she grows up.
    Grace, Celina Hushabye Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Kate Redman Mystery book 1. On the first day of her new job in the West Country, Detective Sergeant Kate Redman finds herself investigating the kidnapping of Charlie Fullman, the newborn son of a wealthy entrepreneur and his trophy wife. It seems a straightforward case... but as Kate and her fellow officer Mark Olbeck delve deeper, they uncover murky secrets and multiple motives for the crime.
    Grace, Celine Imago Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Kate Redman mystery book 3. A known prostitute is found stabbed to death in a shabby corner of Abbeyford. Detective Sergeant Kate Redman and her partner Detective Sergeant Olbeck take on the case, expecting to have it wrapped up in a matter of days. Kate finds herself distracted by her growing attraction to her boss, Detective Chief Inspector Anderton – until another woman's body is found, with the same knife wounds. And then another one after that, in a matter of days.
    Grace, Laura Jane Tranny GLBT Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
    From the band Against Me!. She thought she might be schizophrenic or even possessed; for every furtive experiment with wigs and women's clothing, there were months or years of avoidance and self-loathing.
    Grace, Mary Instant Pot Cookbook: Top 550 Amazingly Tasty & Healthy IP Recipes Cookbook Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book.
    Grady, Richard One Day Ahead: A Tour de France Misadventure Memoir Suggested By: Other.
    $1.07 Kindle book. It didn't even seem like a good idea when first suggested so how did Richard Grady get hooked into a 5000 kilometre drive around France in a motorhome? Maybe it was the lure of the world's premiere cycle race - The Tour de France - or possibly the desire to help a friend that seduced him but somehow he found himself as a member of the backup team to four riders cycling the Tour route one day ahead of the professional racers.
    Graedon, Joe and Teresa Top Screwups Doctors Make and How to Avoid Them Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    The Graedons give patients the specific, practical steps they need to take to ensure their safety: the questions to ask a specialist before getting a final diagnosis, tips for promoting good communication with your doctor, presurgery checklists, how to avoid deadly drug interactions, and much more.
    Grafton, Sue S is for Silence Crime/Mystery Kinsey Milhone mystery series. The freshest, tautest installment in quite a while.
    Grafton, Sue T is for Trespass Crime/Mystery A drab, middle-aged nurse named Solana Rojas, who is taking care of Kinsey's neighbor Gus, turns out to be bad bad bad.
    Grafton, Sue U Is for Undertow Crime/Mystery Kinsey Millhone
    Grafton, Sue V Is for Vengeance Crime/Mystery Kinsey Millhone
    Grafton, Sue W Is for Wasted Crime/Mystery Kinsey Millhone
    Grafton, Sue X Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
    Kinsey Milhone
    Grafton, Sue Y Is for Yesterday Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
    Kinsey Milhone
    Grafton, Sue Z is for... Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
    There will not be a "Z" novel to wrap up the series. Ms Grafton died in December of 2017 and had not written the final letter in the series.
    Graham, Heather Why I Love New Orleans Memoir Suggested By: Author.
    Free Kindle book. A Collection of Blogs from the actress.
    Graham, Lauren Someday, Someday, Maybe Fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    New York Times bestseller from star of Gilmore Girls. Fresh and funny and full of zingers.
    Graham, Lauren Talking As Fast as I Can Essays Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
    From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls (and Everything in Between). Collection of personal essays.
    Graham, Lawrence Otis Member of the Club: Reflections on Life in a Racially Polarized World Non-fiction An African-American corporate attorney's searing exposes about racism.
    Grahame, Kenneth The Wind in the Willows Classic Suggested By: Author.
    Free Kindle book. As spring begins to bloom across the countryside, so too does Mole's desire to leave his underground home and venture into the wilds above.
    Grahame-Smith, Seth Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter SciFi Suggested By: Other.
    $2.14 Kindle book.
    Gran, Sara Claire DeWitte adn the Bohemian Highway Crime/Mystery Cokehead Claire DeWitt puzzles over the murder of her ex-boyfriend.
    Grand Illusion: The Untold Story of Rudy Giuliani and 9/11 Barrett, Wayne and Dan Collins Non-fiction The public needed a hero...Rudy Giuliani stepped forward. But his failures, to prepare for terrorism, to protect responders, tarnigh his crown. An eye-opener.
    Grandin, Temple Animals in Translation Non-fiction Quirky, scholarly, and impassioned advocate of animals. Poorly edited, repetitive first chapter is no reflection on the rest of the book.
    Grandin, Temple Animals Make Us Human Non-fiction Creating the best life for animals. A groundbreaking look at how animals feel. Her unique insights have made her one of science's foremost voices on animal behavior.
    Grant, AnnaLisa The Lake Chick Lit Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. The Lake Series book 1. Life takes an unexpected turn when Layla meets Will Meyer. His breathtaking good looks are enough to catch her eye, but his sincerity and passion are everything she needs to find the strength and confidence she lost -- and lead her into love.
    Grant, Jennifer Good Stuff Memoir Cary Grant's daughter writes about her father.
    Grant, Lee I Said Yes to Everything Memoir Juicy, no-holds-barred memoir from the once-banned author of Peyton Place, Shampoo, and Valley of the Dolls.
    Grant, Linda The Thoughtful Dresser Non-fiction The Art of Adornment, the Pleasures of Shopping, and Why Clothes Matter.
    Grant, Richard God's Middle Finger: Into the Lawless Heart of the Sierra Madre Memoir Suggested By: Other.
    $2.14 Kindle book.
    Graves, Lindsay To Catch a Husband Chick Lit Four ladies who lunch - on every eligible male within their tony Southern California enclave - vie to win newly single billionaire David Clemente.
    Green, Jane Babyville Chick Lit Three thirty-something Londoners share their gripes about motherhood. The writing is uneven, but Green draws dead-on portraits of the emotional rollercoaster each woman is riding.
    Green, Jane Jemima J. Fiction Jemima J. loses 121 pounds, but will happiness follow?
    Green, Jane Straight Talking Chick Lit Tasha and her gaggle of Sex and the City-ish friends attempt to decipher male behaviour in yuppie London. Compulsivey readable, and surprisingly touching.
    Green, Joey Potato Radio, Dizzy Dice, and More Wacky, Weird Experiments from the Mad Scientist Science/Nature More than 40 experiments from shooting off a matchbook rocket to making glowing ink from laundry detergent. All the experiments use common household items.
    Green, John Various Fiction Waiting for him to write more books.
    Green, Marti Unintended Consequences Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    $1.99 Kindle book. Nineteen years ago, Indiana police found the body of a young girl, burned beyond recognition and buried in the woods. They arrested George Calhoun for murdering his daughter, and his wife testified against him at the trial. George maintains he didn't do it.
    Green, Risa Notes From the Underbelly Chick Lit Lara Stone's fine with being a self-obsessed material girl, until her sweetly indulgent husband says he wants a baby.
    Greenblatt, Joel The Little Book That Still Beats the Market Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Recommended by Mr. Money Mustache. Basics of value investing. "More the Warren Buffet style of hands-on, more active, value investing." Introduction by Andrew Tobias.
    Greene, Amy Bloodroot Fiction Searing debut novel set in the bone-poor hollows of the eastern Tennessee mountains that tells the story of the long-afflicted Lamb family. Terribly sad, breathtakingly good read.
    Greene, Bob Once Upon a Town: The Miracle of the North Platte Canteen Non-fiction The women of North Platte met every troop train, day or night, and provided the boys with sandwiches, coffee, cakes, warmth and affection.
    Greene, Graham The End of the Affair Fiction Recommended by mountaineer David Roberts for its "irreducible tragedy at the core of the story." Also, a movie with Julianne Moore and Ralph Fiennes.
    Greene, Melissa Fay Last Man Out: The Story of the Springhill Mine Disaster Non-fiction True story. Nail-biting account of how men in collapsed mine struggle to keep hold of their spirits as they starve and wait.
    Greene, Molly The Last Fairytale Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Bree Butler shelved her dream of becoming an investigative journalist long ago. But when she finds a young biotech executive dead on his office floor, she begins to think she might have another shot at it – even though she's a suspect in the homicide investigation.
    Greene, Robert The 48 Laws of Power Non-fiction Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
    Some laws teach the need for prudence ("Law 1: Never Outshine the Master"), others teach the value of confidence ("Law 28: Enter Action with Boldness"), and many recommend absolute self-preservation ("Law 15: Crush Your Enemy Totally"). Every law, though, has one thing in common: an interest in total domination. In a bold and arresting two-color package, The 48 Laws of Power is ideal whether your aim is conquest, self-defense, or simply to understand the rules of the game.
    Greene, Thomas Christopher The Headmaster's Wife Fiction Luminous and atmospheric, bringing to life the tight-knit enclave of a quintessential New England boarding school, the novel is part mystery, part love story and an exploration of the ties of place and family.
    Greener, Richard The Locator: The Knowland Retribution Crime/Mystery Book 1 of 2 of The Locator books, on which the TV show "The Finder" is based.
    Greener, Richard The Locator: The Lacey Confession Crime/Mystery Book 2 of 2 of The Locator books, on which the TV show "The Finder" is based.
    Greenfield, Robert Exile on Main Street Non-fiction A debauchery-drenched account of the recording of the Rolling Stones 1972 album. Full of sexual and narcotic misdeeds more than recording info. Huh. Sounds good to me!
    Greenspan, Dorie Paris Sweets: Great Desserts From the City's Best Pastry Shops Cookbook Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    An elegant gift for Francophiles, armchair travelers, bakers of all skill levels, and certainly for oneself, Paris Sweets brings home a taste of enchantment.
    Greenstein, Fred I. The Hidden-hand Presidency Non-fiction Eisenhower as leader.
    Greenwood, Elizabeth Playing Dead Non-fiction Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
    Author grills "privacy consultants" who help people vanish, interviews investigators who specialize in death fraud, and even explores black market morgues in the Philippines where people can obtain bogus death certificates for a price.
    Greer, Andrew Sean The Confessions of Max Tivoli Fiction Born in 1871 at age 70, Max Tivoli grows younger with time and, hence, already knows the year of his death. For all the melancholy, a rich and mesmerizing tale.
    Greer, Judy I Don't Know What You Know Me From Essays Kind of famous "How do I know you?" Essays on everything from her mom the (former) nun to her inability to ditch a mortifying vanity plate because her dad made it.
    Gregory, Julie Sickened Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    Growing up, Julie endured a life of painful and unnecessary medical treatments -- all at the urging of her mother, a woman troubled by mental illness. Here, she tells her own story in a wonderfully written memoir.
    Gregory, Julie Sickened: The Memoir of a Munchausen by Proxy Childhood Memoir By her teens she'd swallowed thousands of pills, endured an invasive heart procedure, and was starving to death. Her memoir has the queasy, free-floating feel of dirty oil on water.
    Gregory, Phillippa The Boleyn Inheritance Fiction Historical fiction, brilliantly depicts what life must have been like with maniacal Henry VIII from the perspective of three women close to him.
    Greitens, Eric The Heart and the Fist Non-fiction Oxford student became boxing champion, then got into philanthropy and joined the Navy SEALs. He's a living Jason Bourne with a PhD.
    Grenville, Kate The Idea of Perfection Fiction Set in tiny Australian town. A nerdy engineer and a plain museum curator fall in love while one is trying to save a bridge, and the other's job is to destroy it. A sweet and funny love story.
    Gretzky, Wayne with Rick Reilly. Gretzky: An Autobiography Auto/Biography The genuinely likable Gretzky emerges humble to a fault, still uncomfortable with fame, quick to compliment his teammates and opponents, and still devoted to his parents.
    Grey, Alissa Noel Winter Soup Cookbook Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
    Free Kindle book. Hot and hearty soup recipes to help you lose weight without dieting.
    Grey, Andrew Fire and Water GLBT Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Carlisle Cops book 1. At night, they come for him. They surround his house. They beat down his door. They burst through the windows. They attack him in the dark. But Chaz Singleton is not going down without a fight. Chaz is alone in his battle for survival against overwhelming odds and he holds the fate of the world in his hands, whether he likes it or not.
    Greyson, Christopher Girl Jacked Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Detective Jack Stratton Mystery Series book 1. Jack Stratton's a good guy on the ugly side of life. Eight years ago a bomb blew his world apart and he's been picking up the pieces ever since. Guilt has driven a wedge between him and the family he loves. When Jack hears the news that his foster-sister Michelle is missing, it cuts straight to his core. The police think she just took off, but Jack knows Michelle would never leave her loved ones behind--like he did. Forced to confront the demons from his past, Jack must take action, find Michelle and bring her home... or die trying.
    Griffith, Nicola The Blue Place GLBT In late September 1874, Margaret Prior makes her way through the pentagons of London's Millbank Prison, a place of fearful symmetry and endless corridors. This plain woman on the verge of 30 has come to comfort those behind bars, several of whom Waters brings to instant, sad life.
    Grimes, Martha The Old Fox Deceived Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    $2.14 Kindle book. Richard Jury Mysteries book 2.
    Grimes, William Appetite City Non-fiction A culinary history of New York. Photos, menus, and other illustrations. A delectable treat for historians, and anyone with an appetite for mouthwatering prose and juice insider anecdotes.
    Grinker, Roy Richard Unstrange Minds Non-fiction In this rigorous and compelling book, Grinker examines the way advances in child psychiatry and cultural attitudes have changed the picture for autistics and describes his own daughter's hopeful story.
    Grisham, John Calico Joe Fiction Story of a pitcher whose famous fastball turns lethal.
    Grisham, John The Litigators Crime/Mystery Book about two-bit law firm Finley & Figg is being heralded as a return to form for Grisham.
    Grisham, John The Rooster Bar Crime/Mystery Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    Mark, Todd, and Zola came to law school to change the world, to make it a better place. But now, as third-year students, these close friends realize they have been duped. They all borrowed heavily to attend a third-tier, for-profit law school so mediocre that its graduates rarely pass the bar exam, let alone get good jobs. And when they learn that their school is one of a chain owned by a shady New York hedge-fund operator who also happens to own a bank specializing in student loans, the three know they have been caught up in The Great Law School Scam.
    Grisham, John The Whistler Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
    Author likes delving into hot button issues. This time, corrupt judges.
    Grogan, John Marley & Me Non-fiction A journalist writes a funny, touching tribute to his 97-lb Lab, who was as loyal and loving as he was disobedient.
    Groneberg, Tom The Secret Life of Cowboys Memoir Guy from Chicago suburbs gets hooked on horses during stay at a dude ranch and moves to Montana. The whole world is a thrill until it comes time to euthanize a sick animal or add up the bills.
    Groopman, Jerome How Doctors Think Non-fiction Single-minded in its exploration of what goes on in a doctor's mind as he or she treats a patient. He risks wearing down his erader with too many examples of how doctors can go wrong. It's enough to make the most carefree readers fear for their lives.
    Gross, Michael 740 Park Non-fiction Gossipy history of Manhattan's most luxurious co-op, with revealing tales about tenants including Jackie Onassis and John D. Rockefeller Jr.
    Gross, Michael Model: The Ugly Business of Beautiful Women Non-fiction Investigative journalist Michael Gross takes us into the private studios and hidden villas where models play and are preyed upon, and tears down modeling’s carefully constructed façade of glamour to reveal the untold truths of an ugly trade.
    Grosvenor, Edwin S. The Best of American Heritage: Vietnam War Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    Expert historians cast new light on one of America's most controversial conflicts in this probing dissection of the Vietnam War -- from the Gulf of Tonkin to the Tet offensive.
    Groth, Janet The Receptionist Non-fiction Janet Groth chronicles her decades at the country's most famous literary magazine. Starting with the day E.B. White hired her in 1957.
    Grover, Trevor The Juryman's Tale Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Every year a quarter of a million people are selected at random from the electoral register for jury service. They are given no training and are forbidden to discuss their verdicts after the trial. Despite the high-profile trials of Louise Woodward and O.J. Simpson, astonishingly little is known about what it's like to serve on a jury: this book is the first to reveal it.
    Gruber, Michael The Good Son Fiction The suspense is terrific, but in this book it's a bonus. I learned more about the jihadist mindset in these pages - an in an entertaining way - than in all the cable-TV punditry I've seen since 9/11.
    Grumley, Michael C. Catalyst SciFi Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Breakthru book 3. In 1984 a doomsday vault was constructed on a remote island in the Arctic Ocean. Its purpose was to preserve Earth's genetic history in the event of a global catastrophe. Now, decades later, a second vault has been uncovered. This one resting where no one ever expected. And the problem is…it's not ours.
    Grundvig, James Breaking Van Gogh Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    Fast-paced and engrossing exposé of the shady underbelly of the art world. An investigative journalist proves that one of the Met's most expensive paintings is a forgery.
    Guay, Roger A Good Man with a Dog Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    A Good Man with a Dog explores Guay's life as he and his canine partners are exposed to increasingly terrible events, from tracking down hostile poachers to searching for victims of violent crimes, including a year-long search for the hidden graves of two babies buried by a Massachusetts cult. He witnessed firsthand FEMA's mismanagement of the post-Katrina cleanup efforts in New Orleans, an experience that left him scarred and disheartened. But he found hope with the support of family and friends, and eventually returned to the woods he knew and loved from the days of his youth.
    Guillebeau, Chris The $100 Startup Non-fiction Reinvent the Way You Make a Living, Do What You Love, and Create a New Future
    Guillebeau, Chris The Art of Non-Conformity Non-fiction Set Your Own Rules, Live the Life You Want, and Change the World. Discover how to live on your own terms by exploring creative self-employment, radical goal-setting, contrarian travel, and embracing life as a constant adventure.
    Gunder, Dana Waste-Free Kitchen Handbook Non-fiction Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
    A guide to eating well and saving money by wasting less food.
    Gunderson, Mary Pioneer Farm Cooking: Exploring History Through Simple Recipes Cookbook Grade 6 Up-These books offer a unique and intriguing way to explore history. The authors look at the foods people ate during the Civil War and on pioneer farms and offer recipes for modern readers.
    Gunn, Deana and Wona Miniati Dinner's Done! Cooking With Trader Joe's Cookbook. Cookbook Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book.
    Gurdon, Martin Hen and the Art of Chicken Maintenance: Reflections on Raising Chickens Memoir The distinct personalities and peculiar escapades of each chicken are by turns hilarious, heartwarming, and occasionally a bit odious. If you have any chicken-raising fantasies, thie engaging "chicken memoir" is sure to inform and entertain.
    Gurley, Jason Silo Saga: Greatfall - The Complete Silo Novel Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Other.
    $3.99 Kindle book. Includes the collected complete story, parts 1-3. What happens when a silo goes dark? Maya has been sent to Silo 23 to investigate. Disconnected from the grid, the silo appears to be dead, rotted from the inside. But what Maya finds is a silo that is anything but deceased. Spin-off from Hugh Howey's Silo/Wool/Shift/Dust series.
    Gurney, Lydia Maria Things Mother Used To Make Cookbook Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Vintage/historical cookbook. A collection of old time recipes, some nearly one hundred years old and never published before.
    Gurwitch, Annabelle Fired! Essays Celebs including Tim Allen offer true tales of being axed. Woody Allen canning Gurwitch: "You look retarded."
    Gurwitch, Annabelle I See You Made an Effort Humorous Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    "Seriously funny" (NPR): As she teeters on the verge of turning 50, actress and comedian Annabelle Gurwitch reflects on the trials of middle age in this hilarious New York Times bestseller!
    Guthrie, Woody Bound for Glory Auto/Biography Woody Guthrie hops trains across America and shacked up in hobo camps.
    Guttridge, Leonard F. Ghosts of Cape Sabine History Underprovisioned expedition to the North Pole. Waited two years for supplies or rescue. Cannibalism ensued. Six survivors made it back. According so Sarah Vowell, it was underprovisioned thanks mostly to Abraham Lincoln's indifference to the project.
    Gwynne, S.C. Empire of the Summer Moon Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Suggested by mprnews.org on Twitter. Traces the rise and fall of the Comanche, the most powerful Indian tribe in American history.
    Gwynne, S.C. Empire of the Summer Moone Non-fiction Cuts through all the bullshit - from the left and right - about how the West was won from the Indians, and how American began to lose its soul.
    Gyllenhall, Liza Local Knowledge Fiction A powerful and deeply moving novel about the lies we tell ourselves, the moral corners we cut, and the loved ones we betray to get what we want. Gyllenhaal has x-ray vision into the human heart and a sharp eye for contemporary mores and social maneuvering. She knows women and men and children, and pins them to the page with some of the most dazzling prose I?ve read in a long time.
    Hachiya, Dr. Michihiko Hiroshima Diary Auto/Biography Michihiko Hachiya's remarkable eyewitness account of the fatefull bombing August 6, 1955. One of the most extraordinary records of human calamity and courage in the history of letters.
    Hadden, Evelyn J. Hellstrip Gardening Technical/Reference Create a paradise between the sidewalk and the curb.
    Haddon, Mark A Spot of Bother History In Haddon's hilarious second novel, British retiree George Hall finds a spot on his hip - eczema, but he tells himself it's cancer. You'll discover people you know in these pages, and it's a nonstop pleasure to get to know them better.
    Hadju, David Positively 4th Street Non-fiction A look at Dylan, Richard Farina, Joan Baez and her sister Mimi.
    Hagen, George The Laments Fiction Heartrending and surprisingly comic family saga. Mother, Rose, staunch defender of British colonialism disapproves of their move to America. Abundant surprises will make you weep and guffaw in equal measures.
    Hagendorf, Colin Atrophy Slice Harvester Memoir Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
    A mission to review every slice of cheese pizza in Manhattan becomes an unexpected way out of a dark mental place in this delicious memoir.
    Hager, Thomas The Alchemy of Air Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    German chemist Fritz Haber discovered a process for transforming abundant air-borne nitrogen into ammonia, and Carl Bosch's ingenious engineering scaled Haber's benchtop chemistry into industrial processes to make fertilizer. The Haber-Bosch process was also used to make the gunpowder and explosives that killed millions during the two world wars. Both men were vilified during their lives; both, disillusioned and disgraced, died tragically.
    Hahn, Chanda UnEnchanted Fantasy Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Mina Grime is unlucky, unpopular and uncoordinated; until she saves her crush's life on a field trip, changing her High School status from loser to hero overnight. But with her new found fame brings misfortune in the form of an old family curse come to light. For Mina is descended from the Brothers Grimm and has inherited all of their unfinished fairy tale business. Which includes trying to outwit a powerful Story from making her it's next fairytale victim.
    Haigh, Jennifer Mrs. Kimble Fiction Three main characters find stability, charm, and refuge in arms of Ken Kimble. Riveting and absorbing.
    Hakakian, Roya Journey from the Land of No Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    Growing up Jewish in Iran, Roya saw her world fall apart -- and also learned who she was meant to be.
    Hale, Richard C. Frozen Past Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. When a boy's body shows up floating under the ice of a quiet neighborhood pool, Jaxon finds himself immersed in a world where the ghosts of his past feel too close for comfort. A psychopath is using the innocent in ways that appear familiar.
    Hales, Dianne La Bella Lingua Memoir When Dianne first traveled to Italy, she was instantly enamored with the country — and its language. This “charming” memoir (Publishers Weekly), full of fascinating cultural analysis, chronicles her decades-long effort to embrace Italian fully.
    Haley, Arthur Hotel Fiction Suggested By: Author.
    $2.14 Kindle book. During five sultry days, the lives of the guests, the management, and the workers at New Orleans' largest and most elite hotel converge. The owner has four days to raise the money to save his financially ailing property. The general manager, once blacklisted from the hospitality business, struggles with one crisis after another. A rebellious heiress will do anything to attain her secret desires. The duke and the duchess in the lavish presidential suite are covering up a crime. And within one of the many guest rooms hides a professional thief.
    Halilovic, Besko My Experience of Migration to Australia Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. How I bought my way into Oz.
    Hall, Elizabeth Miramont's Ghost Fantasy Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Clairvoyant from the time she could talk, Adrienne's visions show her the secrets of those around her. When her visions begin to reveal dark mysteries of her own aristocratic French family, Adrienne is confronted by her formidable Aunt Marie, who is determined to keep the young woman silent at any cost. Marie wrenches Adrienne from her home in France and takes her to America, to Miramont Castle, where she keeps the girl isolated and imprisoned. Surrounded by eerie premonitions, Adrienne is locked in a life-or-death struggle to learn the truth and escape her torment.
    Hall, James W. Hit Lit Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    What makes a bestseller? This "thoroughly entertaining… cleverly elucidated" analysis (Kirkus Reviews) lays out the secrets to the most popular written works of the 20th century and explains why we love the books we do.
    Hall, Jane and Dixie Haywood Foundation Borders Craft Traditional style, but nice colors. Bargello Borders on page 54 and triangles on page 63.
    Hall, Kenneth Asperger syndrome, the universe and everything Non-fiction Suggested By: Unknown.
    Looks interesting. Autism spectrum.
    Hall, Megan Kelley and Carrie Jones Dear Bully Essays 70 authors - some victims, some perpetrators, some observers - share their experiences with bullying.
    Hall, Meredith Without a Map Memoir In 1965 Meredith Hall was just another young girl whogot pregnant at 16. Cast out by her formerly loving mother, Hall is shunged off to live iwth her judgemental father and his icy new wife, sequestered indoors and forced to give her baby up for adoption. She marries and has two more children, divorces, goes to college in her 40s and finally in 1987 meets her now grown son, whose life has not been the priveleged paradise she had imagined it would be.
    Hall, Steven The Raw Shark Texts Fiction The Raw Shark Texts is riddled with typographic games, codes, a flip book, and a boatload of very elegant plot devices that hinge on collisions between the Information Age and the imagination. At one point Eric and Scout, his guide/love interest, are speeding away from the conceptual shark on a motorbike. Scout eludes the shark by exploding a letter bomb, a bomb made out of old metal type; the type diverts the shark into a stream of random letterforms. At this I practically fell off the couch with admiration.
    Hallinan, Timothy Fields Where They Lay Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
    Burglar Junior Bender is a self-professed "detective for crooks" in some of L.A.'s seediest neighborhoods when he's not committing crimes himself.
    Halpern, Daniel (Editor) Who’s Writing This? Essays Behind every author’s words, there’s a private self few ever see. Fifty well-known writers including James Michener, Joyce Carol Oates, and Margaret Atwood reflect on this duality in an enchanting treasury of literary meditations — sometimes moving, sometimes “delightfully silly”.
    Halpern, Justin Sh*t My Dad Says Non-fiction Moving back with Dad has never been funnier.
    Halpin, Brendan Donorboy Fiction Single guy takes in the daughter he fathered years earlier via sperm donation. Halpin writes with an easy humor that lets him strike a balance between pathos and irreverence. The hopeful finale feels just right.
    Halpin, Brendan Long Way Back Fiction Truly funny moments about an ex-altar boy who worships God, the Ramones, and his older sister. Pitch-perfect dialogue.
    Hamill, Pete Forever Fiction Cormac's parents are killed by an English nobleman, and he follows the murdered to NYC to exact revenge. Swings deal to become immortal as long as he never leaves Manhattan, and bears witness to four centuries of NYC history.
    Hamilton, Gabrielle Blood, Bones and Butter Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    A New York Times bestseller hailed as "simply the best memoir by a chef ever" (Anthony Bourdain). With candor and comedy, Gabrielle Hamilton traces the turns in her life that led to her becoming a highly acclaimed chef.
    Hamilton, Jane The Short History of a Prince Fiction A young man deals with his brother's death an his love for another man. Recommended by Elizabeth Berg, along with "The Book of Ruth", and "A Map of the World".
    Hamilton, Laurel K Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter Series Fantasy Recommended by Dezi. Anita Blake, who works in St. Louis, Missouri, as a professional zombie raiser, vampire executioner and supernatural consultant for the police. The early novels focus predominantly on crime-solving and action; the later ones on Anita's personal and sexual relationships and powers.
    • Guilty Pleasures (1993)
    • The Laughing Corpse (1994)
    • Circus of the Damned (1995)
    • The Lunatic Cafe (1996)
    • and many more...
    Hamilton, M.L. Murder of Potrero Hill Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Peyton knows the first suspect is always the husband, but Jake Ryder isn't acting like a typical suspect. Jake truly loved his wife. So what went wrong? Stepping into the circle of the social elite, Peyton finds that things work differently when you're at the top. And Jake Ryder seems to be caught in the epicenter.
    Hamilton, Suzy Favor Fast Girl Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    Three-time Olympian Suzy Favor Hamilton reveals her struggles with mental illness and her secret double life as a high-end escort in this honest, hopeful New York Times bestseller.
    Hammett, Dashiell The Maltese Falcon Crime/Mystery Check out one of the masters of, uh, detective noir? The main character, Sam Spade, appears only in this novel and in three lesser known short stories, yet is widely cited as the crystallizing figure in the development of the hard-boiled private detective genre.
    Hamner, Earl Spencer's Mountain Fiction Novelized memoir on which the TV Show The Waltons is based.
    Hampl, Patricia The Florist's Daughter Memoir Lovely elliptical memoir of family and loss. "Nothing is harder to grasp than the relentlessly modest life." Father is a mild-mannered St. Paul florist.
    Hampton, Kelle Bloom Memoir I knew the minute I saw her that she had Down syndrome," writes Hampton, who was 31 at th etime and had foregone prenatal testing, believing that there was no reason to worry.
    Hancock, Noelle My Year With Eleanor Memoir Suggested By: Other.
    $2.14 Kindle book. I'd just been laid off from my job and I was just full of fear. I thought, maybe to figure out what I want to do with my life, I have to do all the things that I don't want to do.
    Hand Lettering for Crafts Salamony, Sandra Craft Calligraphy
    Hand, Elizabeth Errantry Short Stories Amy B recommends these weird stories.
    Handler, Evan It's Only Temporary: The Good News and the Bad News of Being Alive Memoir Handler has issues to rehash, including his bitterness over the years lost to illness, complaints about medical care he received, showbiz wrangles and, above all, his testy relationships with women.
    Hanna, Katherine Amt Breakdown: A Love Story Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Other.
    $2.00 Kindle book. An influenza plague decimates humanity. Six years after the pandemic, a former rock star finally makes it from New York to Britain to reunite with his brother.
    Hannah, Kristin Fly Away Fiction Sequel to "Firefly Land". Recommended by Sarah Addison Allen.
    Hannah, Kristin Various Fiction Suggested By: Author.
    Recommended by Sarah Addison Allen
    • A Handful of Heaven (July 1991)
    • The Enchantment (June 1992)
    • Once in Every Life (December 1992)
    • If You Believe (December 1993)
    • When Lightnings Strikes (October 1994)
    • Waiting for the Moon (September 1995)
    • Home Again (October 1996)
    • On Mystic Lake (February 1999)
    • Angel Falls (April 2000)
    • Summer Island (March 2001)
    • Distant Shores (July 2002)
    • Between Sisters (April 2003)
    • The Things we Do for Love (June 2004)
    • Comfort and Joy (October 2005)
    • Magic Hour (February 2006)
    • Firefly Lane (2008)
    • True Colors (2009)
    • Winter Garden (2010)
    • Night Road (March 2011)
    • Home Front (2012)
    • Fly Away (2013)
    Hansen, Gerald Static Cling Fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. The Irish Lottery Series book 5. PLEASE NOTE: Although this book is part of the IRISH LOTTERY SERIES, there is no cliffhanger. It is true that the characters get older as the series progresses, but each book is a complete story, and can be enjoyed without having read the previous book. When an armed robbery at Final Spinz, the dry cleaners where hardened matriarch Fionnuala Flood works, leads to the death of beloved pensioner Mrs. Ming, the ensuing investigation unleashes dark secrets that promise to bring Fionnuala closer to her husband Paddy, her mother Maureen, and the four children of her brood still in town. Or tear them apart forever.
    Hansen, Julia A Life in Smoke Memoir "I wanted to quite, but I didn't want to stop smoking," Hansen writes in her wry memoir about the demon weed. She is gutsy, and readers on both sides of the no-smoking sign will applaud her.
    Hanson, Jason Spy Secrets That Can Save Your Life Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    A former CIA officer teaches safety and survival tactics for a variety of everyday situations. From detecting lies to improvising self-defense weapons, preventing home invasions, learn the techniques that could one day save your life!
    Harad, Alyssa Coming to My Senses Memoir Poet and perfume blogger Harad on her unlikely love affair with the intoxicating world of fragrance.
    Harden, Blaine Escape From Camp 14 Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    One Man's remarkable odyssey from North Korea to freedom in the west. Harden's harrowing narrative exposes this hidden dystopia, focusing on an extraordinary young man who came of age inside the highest security prison in the highest security state. Escape from Camp 14 offers an unequalled inside account of one of the world's darkest nations. It is a tale of endurance and courage, survival and hope.
    Harden, J. L. and James Harden The Secret Apocalypse Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. A Secret Apocalypse Story book 1. Sixteen-year-old Rebecca Robinson is the sole survivor of the Australian Apocalypse. The death toll is at an estimated 22 million. The entire world wants to know what happened down there and since the military isn't talking, everyone is looking to Rebecca for answers.
    Hardy, Thomas Far from the Madding Crowd Classic Suggested By: Author.
    Free Kindle book. Watch the movie first? In Victorian England, the independent and headstrong Bathsheba Everdene attracts three very different suitors: Gabriel Oak, a sheep farmer; Frank Troy, a reckless Sergeant; and William Boldwood, a prosperous and mature bachelor. Alive with lush, idyllic settings that exert profound influences on the novel's characters, Far from the Madding Crowd is an unforgettable narrative of both beauty and devastation. Its portrait of rural life, and compelling examination of social conventions, has made it one of literature's classic romances.
    Harfenist, Jean A Brief History of the Flood Magical/Mystical This writing is almost dreamlike in its lyricism.
    Hargrove, John Beneath the Surface Non-fiction A heartfeld plea to allow orcas (whales) what humans took from them - their freedom.
    Harkaway, Nick Gone Away World Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Book Award List.
    Some horrible weapon happened.
    Harmel, Kristin The Sweetness of Forgetting Chick Lit Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    A baker in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, must travel to Paris to uncover a family secret for her dying grandmother--and what she learns may change everything.
    Harp, Wilson EMP Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Other.
    $1.07 Kindle book. In a flash of searing light, the world changed. A massive solar flare has crippled the modern world and brought chaos and destruction. David Hartsman is stuck in the remote farm town of his youth on what was expected to be a short visit to check on his ailing parents. While his wife and his daughter are hundreds of miles away at home in Chicago, David must face the dangers associated with his own survival and the pressures of not being with his family. In a worldwide catastrophe, every struggle is personal.
    Harper, Kenn Give Me My Father's Body Non-fiction The live of Minik, the New York Eskimo.
    Harper, Valerie with Catherine Whitney Today I Am a Ma'am Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    In this irreverent guide to getting older, an Emmy Award–winning star celebrates middle age and delivers the perfect antidote to America’s youth-obsessed culture.
    Harra, Todd and Kenneth McKenzie Mortuary Confidential: Undertakers Spill the Dirt Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    $2.70 Kinde book.
    Harrigan, Stephen Challenger Park Fiction At the novel's center: Lucy Kincheloe, an astronaut married to an astronaut, the loving mother of two young children, with a fierce ambition to excel in the space program. Her husband, Brian, a rigorous man whose dreams of glory have been blighted by two star-crossed missions. This guy spent a year interviewing real female astronauts, including the psycho diaper lady.
    Harris, Blake J. Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo, an the Battle that Defined a Generation Non-fiction Suggested By: eBookDaily.com.
    Following the success of The Accidental Billionaires and Moneyball comes Console Wars--a mesmerizing, behind-the-scenes business thriller that chronicles how Sega, a small, scrappy gaming company led by an unlikely visionary and a team of rebels, took on the juggernaut Nintendo and revolutionized the video game industry.
    Harris, Bob Prisoner of Trebekistan Memoir Surprisingly touching memoir that also offers nuts-and-bolts answers to questions casual Jeopardy! fans may have. Includes a mother-lode of tips on strategy if you so much as daydream about trying out for the show.
    Harris, Charlaine Midnight Crossroad Fiction By the author of the Sookie Stackhouse novels.
    Harris, Charlaine The Southern Vampire Mysteries (Sookie Stackhouse) Chick Lit Dead Until Dark (read)
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    A Touch of Dead - Previously published Sookie Stuff (read)
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    The Sookie Stackhouse Companion (read)
    Harris, Dan 10% Happier Non-fiction Suggested By: Unknown.
    How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works. An unexpected, hilarious, and deeply skeptical odyssey through the strange worlds of spirituality and self-help.
    Harris, Lynn Death by Chick Lit Chick Lit A fun murder mystery set in NYC's chick-lit scene with a quippy novelist/self-styled gumshoe.
    Harris, Mark Five Came Back Non-fiction John Ford filming the battle of Midway.
    Harris, Mark Pictures at a Revolution Photo Harris crafts a fascinating tale in this history of the '67 Oscars race. Harris' account is entertaining and remarkably tense, even from this side of the '60s.
    Harris, Michael The Atomic Times Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    This singular, darkly absurd memoir from an American soldier will change your perception of atomic history. This book delivers a fascinating look at Operation Redwing, the nuclear weapons test that would change the world.
    Harris, Michael The Atomic Times: My H-Bomb Year at the Pacific Proving Ground Memoir Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Michael Harris welcomes readers into the U.S. Army's nuclear family where the F-words were Fallout and Fireball. In a distinctive narrative voice, Harris describes his H-bomb year with unforgettable imagery and insight into the ways isolation and isotopes change men for better--and for worse.
    Harris, Ruth Modern Women Chick Lit Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. If you loved Sex and the City, you'll love Modern Women.
    Harris, Sam Letter to a Christian Nation: A Challenge to the Faith of America Non-fiction He takes on the majority of America and tells them exactly what a nation truly under their faith would be like (imagine Iran with one less prophet). He shows how the South was on the theologically sound side of the slavery argument, as have every misogynist, antiunionist, and antichildren's right adovate.
    Harris, Sam Lying Non-fiction Kindle Single: in Lying, bestselling author and neuroscientist Sam Harris argues that we can radically simplify our lives and improve society by merely telling the truth in situations where others often lie. He focuses on ?white? lies?those lies we tell for the purpose of sparing people discomfort?for these are the lies that most often tempt us. And they tend to be the only lies that good people tell while imagining that they are being good in the process.
    Harrison, Colin The Havana Room Crime/Mystery Explains Manhattan real estate and city's restaurant business.
    Harrison, Harry Arm of the Law SciFi Suggested By: Author.
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    Harrison, Michèle All the Gear, No Idea Memoir Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. A woman's solo motorbike journey around the Indian subcontinent.
    Hart, Ellen Various Crime/Mystery Local mystery writer. Qlibrary.
    Hart, Jennifer Skeletons in the Closet Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Book 1 of 4 in Laundry Hag series. Maggie Phillips hasn't had it easy. As the wife of retired Navy SEAL, and the adoptive mother of two little hellions, Maggie is constantly looking for ways to improve her family's financial situation. She accepts a cleaning position for her new neighbors (who redefine the term ‘eccentric'), never imagining she will end up as the sole alibi for a man with a fascination for medieval torture devices when he is brought up on murder charges.
    Hart, Joe The Last Girl Post-Apocalyptic Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. A mysterious worldwide epidemic reduces the birthrate of female infants from 50 percent to less than 1 percent. Medical science and governments around the world scramble in an effort to solve the problem, but twenty-five years later there is no cure, and an entire generation grows up with a population of fewer than a thousand women.
    Hartzler, Aaron Rapture Practice Memoir Aaron Hartzler grew up in a home where he was taught that at any moment Jesus might come down in the twinkling of an eye, and scoop his whole family up to Heaven.
    Harvey, Katherine & Ryan The Bare Bones Broth Cookbook Cookbook Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
    Explains how to make various bone broths and what to server with them.
    Harvey, Michael Brighton Fiction Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
    A tale of murder and old friends - and a paean to the dark, gritty streets of Boston.
    Harvey, Tom The Eighties Memoir Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. A bitchen time to be a teenager!
    Harwood, Seth Young Junius Fiction Suggested By: Other.
    $2.15 Kindle book. Fourteen-year-old Junius Posey pushes weed for a small-time neighborhood dealer--a low rung on the ladder of the gangster life surrounding him. But when his older brother is shot dead, Junius grips a gun for the first time and starts climbing.
    Hasić, Mirsad Strength Training for Seniors Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    $2.14 Kindle book. 30 minute workout without gym.
    Hassman, Tupelo Girlchild Fiction An old Girl Scout Handbook helps bookworm Rory envision life beyond her trailer park in Reno.
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    Havrilesky, Heather How to Be a Person in the World Essays Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
    "Ask Polly" advice columns.
    Hawkins, Scott The Library at Mount Char Fantasy Suggested By: Other.
    BooksAndBars for May 2016. Debut novel. Neil Gaiman meets Joe Hill. Dark fantasy, with some humor and magic.
    Hawley, Noah Before the Fall Fiction Suggested By: People Mag.
    After the private jet he's aboard crashes off Martha's Vineyard, painter Scott Burroughs makes it to shore. Then, with media hounds and the other survivor's guardians trying to uncover why the plane crashed, the two survivors' lives get really interesting.
    Hayasaki, Erika The Death Class Non-fiction The true tale of Norma Bowe, a nurse who teaches a powerful college class on death that inspires her students to strive for more fulfilling lives.
    Hayden, Tom Street Wars Non-fiction Gangs And the Future of Violence
    Hayes, Ned The Eagle Tree Fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Fourteen-year-old March Wong knows everything there is to know about trees. They are his passion and his obsession, even after his recent falls--and despite the state's threat to take him away from his mother if she can't keep him from getting hurt. But the young autistic boy cannot resist the captivating pull of the Pacific Northwest's lush forests just outside his back door. Autism.
    Hayes, Sean Michael Five Weeks in the Amazon Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. A backpackers journey: life in the rainforest, Ayahuasca, and a Peruvian shaman's ancient diet. Packed with humor, full of unexpected twists and there is never any way to know how it will end. Author Sean Michael Hayes has written a book in a similar style to current blockbuster success, Cheryl Strayed's "Wild".
    Hayes, Shannon The Grassfed Gourmet Cookbook Farmer, food writer, and home cook Shannon Hayes has packed this new edition of The Grassfed Gourmet Cookbook with more recipes, new stories explaining how good farming practices result in great food, and up-to-date information on the health and environmental benefits of grassfed meats. In this inspiring classic of the green cuisine scene, Hayes approaches food with equal parts gastronomic passion and homespun practicality.
    Hazzard, Kevin A Thousand Naked Strangers Memoir Suggested By: People Mag.
    Longing to do good after 9/11, writer Hazzard became an EMT running calls on Atlanta's meanest streets. His wild 10-year ride makes for fascinating reading.
    Headley, Maria Dahvana The Year of Yes Chick Lit Suggested By: Unknown.
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    Free Kindle book. The best way to lose weight naturally with deliciou clean eating food recipes that you'd love to cook.
    Healy, Thomas I Have Heard YOu Calling in the Night Memoir Drunken Glasgow thug sobers up and raises dobermans. Everything Marley & Me is not: smart, acerbic, laconic, with nary an ounce of treacle.
    Heath, Chip and Dan Made to Stick Non-fiction A savvy analysis of the reasons some ideas find traction and others fade away. Use the Heaths' tricks to make your own memos and communiques credible.
    Hedges, Peter What's Eating Gilbert Grape Fiction Book on which the movie is based.
    Heimann, Judith M. The Airmen and the Headhunters Non-fiction In November 1944, a U.S. B-24 on a routine bombing run off the Borneo coast was shot down in a jungle region populated by the head-hunting Dayak tribe and patrolled by the Japenese. Heimann brings a visceral urgency to one of WWII's most unlikely tales.
    Heiny, Katherine 2 Single, Carefree, Mellow Short Stories Whip-smart collection about women wrapped up in all kinds of love affairs will have you laughing out loud.
    Heldt, John A. The Show Fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Northwest Passage book 3. Seattle, 1941. Grace Vandenberg, 21, is having a bad day. Minutes after Pearl Harbor is attacked, she learns that her boyfriend is a time traveler from 2000 who has abandoned her for a future he insists they cannot share. Determined to save their love, she follows him into the new century. But just when happiness is within her grasp, she accidentally enters a second time portal and exits in 1918. Distraught and heartbroken, Grace starts a new life in the age of Woodrow Wilson, silent movies, and the Spanish flu. She meets her parents as young, single adults and befriends a handsome, wounded Army captain just back from the war.
    Helfer, Ralph Zamba: The True Story of the Greatest Lion That Ever Lived Memoir Animal trainer Ralph Helfer thought love and rewards would allow him to work with dangerous animals. Some peers thought he was nuts. And there's always the question, "Will Zamba eat the nice postman?"
    Helget, Nicole Lea The Summer of Ordinary Ways Memoir Helget's debut combines jolting events with haunting descriptions of everyday life on a [Minnesota dairy] farm. This gifted young author has taken the messiest of lives and fashioned something beautiful.
    Helmericks, Constance Various Memoir Mother of Jean Aspen (Arctic Daughter).
    • We live in Alaska (1944)
    • We live in the Arctic (1947)
    • Our summer with the Eskimos (1948)
    • Our Alaskan winter (1949)
    • The flight of the Arctic Tern (1952)
    • Down the wild river north (1968/1989)
    • Australian Adventure (1971)
    Helms, Richard A Look Over My Shoulder Memoir A Life in the Central Intelligence Agency. begins with President Nixon's attempt to embroil the Central Intelligence Agency, of which Helms was then the director, in the Watergate cover-up. Helms then recalls his education in Switzerland and Germany and at Williams College; his early career as a foreign correspondent in Berlin, during which he once lunched with Hitler; and his return to newspaper work in the United States.
    Helprin, Mark Winter's Tale Magical/Mystical Peter Lake attempts to rob a Manhattan mansion only to find the daughter of the house at home. Thus begins the love between the middle-aged Irishman and Beverly Penn, a young girl who is dying.
    Hemingway, Ernest Men Without Women Short Stories A collection of short stories, containing The Killers, one of Hemingway's best-known and most-anthologized stories.
    Hemingway, Ernest The Green Hills of Africa Non-fiction An account of big-game hunting in Africa.
    Hemmings, Kaui Hart The Descendants Fiction The movie was based on this book. A wealthy attorney descended from Hawaiian royalty struggles with his rebellious daughters and his coma-ridden wife, as well as Hawaii's complicated conceptions of heritage and ownership.
    Henderson Don't Even Think About It Chick Lit From author of Sam Jones novels. Brit wit ads contential sheen, but two of the three main characters are too unlikable.
    Henderson, Bruce Hero Found: The Greatest POW Escape of the Vietnam War Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    $2.14 Kindle book. the incredible but true story of Dieter Dengler, the only pilot to escape captivity from a POW camp in the Laotian jungle during the Vietnam War. This amazing story of triumph over seemingly insurmountable odds has been filmed by Werner Herzog as both a documentary (Little Dieter Needs to Fly) and a motion picture (Rescue Dawn, starring Christian Bale), and now receives its book treatment from Bruce Henderson, who served with Dengler in Vietnam.
    Henderson, Lance Darknet Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. A beginner's guide to staying anonymous.
    Henderson, Stevie w/ mark Baldwin Great Outdoor 2x4 Furniture Craft Instructions for making outdoor furniture out of 2x4s.
    Henner, Marilu Total Memory Makeover Memoir Actress explains her gift of superior autobiographical memory.
    Henry, Patti Callahan The Bookshop at Water's End Fiction Suggested By: Author.
    Recommended by Joshilyn Jackson. If you've never been to a South Carolina beach town, you practically can here. Henry excels at sense of place, and her love for the natural world shines out of the pages. I came for the scenery but stayed to see if Bonnie and her daughter Piper could each find their purpose in life and their peace with one another. Just flat-out lovely.
    Henry, Veronica How to Find Love in a Bookshop Chick Lit Suggested By: People Mag.
    Keeps her inherited bookshop afloat with the help of her dad's friends and customers, including a Goth sales assistant and a shoplifting art director. Absolutely delightful.
    Henty, G.A. (George Alfred) In the Heart of the Rockies Classic Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Fiction. The story of sixteen-year-old Tom, an eng boy, who after the loss of his parents, is uncertain how to make his way in the world, especially since he wants to take care for his two sisters. Tom decides that it would be best for him to leave for America where he hopes to join his uncle who was prospecting for gold.
    Henzel, Laurie and Debbie Stoller The Bust DIY Guide to Life Non-fiction Lifestyle manual, divided magazine-like into sections such as fashion, food, health and decor.
    Hepinstall, Kathy The Book of Polly Fiction Suggested By: Author.
    Recommended by Joshilyn Jackson. Willow Havens is ten years old and obsessed with the fear that her mother will die. Her mother, Polly, is a cantankerous, take-no-prisoners Southern woman who lives to chase varmints, drink margaritas, and antagonize the neighbors--and she sticks out like a sore thumb among the young modern mothers of their small conventional Texas town.
    Herodotus The Histories Non-fiction Compelled by his desire to "prevent the traces of human events from being erased by time," Herotodus recounts the incidents preceding and following the Persian Wars. He gives us much more than military history, though, providing the fullest portrait of the classical world of the 5th and 6th centuries.
    Herrick, Shawn Conrad Time, Money & Freedom Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. You CAN have it all! Create your ultimate lifestyle through network marketing.
    Herring, Peggy Various GLBT Suggested By: Other.
    Lesbian Love stories. Maybe boring?
    Herriot, James Various Memoir Suggested By: Author.
    • All Creatures Great and Small (1972 - Kindle: incorporating If Only They Could Talk and It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet)
    • All Things Bright and Beautiful (1974 - Kindle: incorporating Let Sleeping Vets Lie and Vet in Harness)
    • All Things Wise and Wonderful (1977 - Kindle: incorporating Vets Might Fly and Vet in a Spin)
    • James Herriot's Dog Stories: fly leaf lists publishing dates of 1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1981 and 1986.
    • The Lord God Made Them All (1981 - Kindle)
    • Every Living Thing (1992)
    Herron, Mick Real Tigers Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
    The MI5 agents as Slough House haven't quite been fired, but irredeemable mistakes in the field have relegated them to careers of paperwork - until a kidnapping forces them to get involved and prove their worth.
    Hersh, Seymour M. Chain of Command Non-fiction Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist taps his secret sources to create this insider's account of America's course from 9/11 to the Iraq war.
    Hertling, William A.I. Apocalypse SciFi Suggested By: Friend.
    $4.29 Kindle book. Sequel to Avogadro Corp. Leon Tsarev is a high school student set on getting into a great college program, until his uncle, a member of the Russian mob, coerces him into developing a new computer virus for the mob's botnet - the slave army of computers they used to commit digital crimes.
    Herzog, Hal Some we love, some we hate, some we eat Non-fiction Why it's so hard to think straight about animals.
    Herzog, Maurice Annapurna, First Conquest of an 800-Meter Peak Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Mountain climbing book.
    Heskett, Jim Nailgun Messiah Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Micah Reed has a knack for ticking off the wrong people at the wrong time. When his latest attempt to do the right thing angers some drug dealers, he takes refuge in the sleepy mountain town of Nederland. He plans on finding his sister Magda and disappearing into obscurity with her. Micah is in for a big surprise…
    Hess, Anna Farmstead Feast Cookbook Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Winter: Delicious, in-season recipes by the author of The Weekend Homesteader.
    Hessler, Peter Strange Stones Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    In this insightful collection from an award-winning journalist, readers are treated to masterful and energetically curious snapshots of modern Asia.
    Hester, Elliott Adventures of a Continental Drifter Memoir Hester ditches most of his earthly belongings and buys a one-way ticket around the world. If you go away for a year, som weird stuff is going to happen.
    Hiaasen, Carl Dance of the Reptiles Non-fiction In these columns originally printed in the Miami Herald, the author's musings on Florida life and politics can seem stranger than his fiction.
    Hiaasen, Carl Various Crime/Mystery Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    • Tourist Season (1986)
    • Double Whammy (1987)
    • Skin Tight (1989)
    • Native Tongue (1991)
    • Strip Tease (1993) (filmed in 1996 as Striptease by Andrew Bergman, starring Demi Moore and Burt Reynolds)
    • Stormy Weather (1995)
    • Naked Came the Manatee (1996) (A Mystery Thriller Parody with 12 other authors)
    • Lucky You (1997)
    • Sick Puppy (2000)
    • Basket Case (2002)
    • Skinny Dip (2004)
    • Nature Girl (2006)
    • Star Island (2010)
    • Bad Monkey (2013 - read 2015/04)
    • Razor Girl (2016)
    Hiassen, Carl Kick Ass Essays Collection of newspaper columns on how weird is FL.
    Hiassen, Carl Lucky You Fiction Two white supremacist wannabes steal a winning lotto ticket.
    Hiassen, Carl Sick Puppy Fiction Twilly discovers that Stoat is about to mall a Gulf Coast island.
    Hicks, Brian Ghost Ship Non-fiction A freighter captain spotted the "Mary Celeste" sailing erratically on the horizon. Once aboard, his men foudn the ship deserted. But there was no evidence of calamity or violence; it was as if the crew vanished into the salt air. An exhaustively researched book, sometimes bogs down in the sheer mass of facts.
    Hicks, Deborah The Road Out: Non-fiction A teacher's odyssey in poor America.
    Hidden, Rumer The Battle Of The Villa Fiorita Fiction Recommended by Rebecca. This is an exciting story, set in the Villia Fiorita, on Lake Garda, Italy. Fanny had gone there with Rob, named as the co-respondent in her recent divorce, to await the decree absolute that would let them marry. The father had been awarded custody of the two younger children, Hugh and Caddie, but they had decided to follow their mother, and so they came face to face with Rob, and the story of the long feud that follows provides an exciting story. Not until the end is the outcome of the struggle hinted at, and when it comes it will surprise most readers.
    Higashida, Naoki The Reason I Jump Memoir Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    "One of the most remarkable books I've ever read" (Jon Stewart). Fascinating New York Times bestselling memoir by a 13-year-old boy with autism "is an intimate book, one that takes readers right into an autistic mind".
    Higgins, George V. and Dennis Lehane The Friends of Eddie Coyle Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Author.
    Elmore Leonard says this is the best crime novel ever written, and that it inspired him to stop writing westerns and give the genre a try. At the end of the TV series Justified, Raylan gives Tim his copy of the book.
    Higgins, Graham Survival Medicine Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Handbook to the prepper's long term survival guide.
    Higgins, Victoria Organization: The Art of Clean-Organizing Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. And stress free life management.
    HIghsmith, Patricia The Price of Salt or Carol GLBT A chance encounter between two lonely women leads to a passionate romance in this lesbian cult classic. Therese, a struggling young sales clerk, and Carol, a homemaker in the midst of a bitter divorce, abandon their oppressive daily routines for the freedom of the open road, where their love can blossom.
    Hildenbrand, Heather Imitation SciFi Suggested By: Other.
    $2.15 Kindle book. Ven wrestles with these contradicting truths every day. A clone of wealthy eighteen-year-old Raven Rogen, Ven knows everything about the girl she was created to serve: the clothes she wears, the boys she loves, the friends she loves to hate. Yet she's never met the Authentic Raven face-to-face. Imitations like Ven only get to leave the lab when they're needed--to replace a dead Authentic, donate an organ, or complete a specific mission.
    Hill, Henry Perpper's Survival Pantry Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. The ultimate SHTF preparedness guide to canning, dehydrating, and emergency water and food storage.
    Hill, Jenna Miscavige Beyond Belief Memoir My Secret Life Inside Scientology and My Harrowing Escape. Recommended by Winnipeg Shelley.
    Hill, Jenna Miscavige and Lisa Pulitzer Beyond Belief Memoir Suggested By: Other.
    $2.14 Kindle book. My secret life inside Scientology and my harrowing escape.
    Hill, Joe Heart Shaped Box Fiction Hill's story about an aging rock star (with a penchant for macabre artifacts) who buys a haunted suit online will scare you silly. Recommended by Neil Gaiman.
    Hill, Joe NOS4A2 Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    $2.14 Kindle book. Victoria McQueen has a secret gift for finding things: a misplaced bracelet, a missing photograph, answers to unanswerable questions. Charles Talent Manx has a way with children. He likes to take them for rides in his 1938 Rolls-Royce Wraith with the NOS4A2 vanity plate.
    Hill, Rayven T. Personal Justice Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. A Jake & Annie Lincoln Thriller book 7. When a man is brutally murdered and the suspected killer has disappeared, the family of the victim hires private investigators Jake and Annie Lincoln to track down the missing murderer.
    Hillenbrand, Laura Seabiscuit: An American Legend Non-fiction Story of famed 1930s horse.
    Hillerman, Tony Coyote Waits, or A Thief of Time Crime/Mystery Note: two separate titles. Purportedly among his best.
    Hillerman, Tony Leaphorn and Chee series Crime/Mystery The Blessing Way (1970)
    Dance Hall of the Dead (1973)
    Listening Woman (1978)
    People Of Darkness (1980)
    The Dark Wind (1982)
    The Ghostway (1984)
    Skinwalkers (1986)
    A Thief of Time (1988)
    Talking God (1989)
    Coyote Waits (1990)
    Sacred Clowns (1993)
    The Fallen Man (1996)
    The First Eagle (1998)
    Hunting Badger (1999)
    The Wailing Wind (2002)
    The Sinister Pig (read)
    Skeleton Man (2004)
    The Shape Shifter (2006)
    Hillman, Thea Intersex (For Lack of a Better Word) GLBT Doesn't elicit a single eye-roll. Crackling, spirited prose which endears as she comes to accept and eventually embrace her intersexual identity.
    Hilton, James Good-Bye, Mr. Chips, and Other Stories Memoir Relates the heartwarming life of a gentle, lovable English school-master.
    Hines, Babbette Love Letters Lost Non-fiction Love letters and photos from flea markets. Sweetly hilarious.
    Hines, Babbette Photobooth Photo Photobooth presents over 700 photobooth photographs from the last 75 years, images at turns spontaneous and uninhibited, often goofy, and occasionally touching.
    Hirsch, David The Moosewood Restaurant Kitchen Garden Technical/Reference Creative gardening for the adventurous cook.
    Hirsch, J.M. High Flavor Low Labor Cookbook AP food editor Hirsch reinvents weeknight cooking with minimal fuss. Try pulled pork over soft polenta.
    Hirvela, Stacey Edible Spots & Pots Technical/Reference Small-space gardens for growing vegetables and herbs in containers, raised beds, and more.
    Hitchens, Christopher God Is Not Great Non-fiction A biting condemnation of religion which became a surprise bestseller. "There's been a turning point where people don't automatically think of faith as a virtue," he says. "But even I was surprised by how well it did in the Bible Belt."
    Hitchens, Christopher The Portable Atheist Non-fiction Arch-contrarian Hitchens presents a fascinating collection of articles that just say no to religion. Article are by other people, with introductions. Hmmmm. Sounds like it could be dull, but it got a really good review.
    Hitchings, Henry Sorry! The English and Their Manners Non-fiction Sparkling exploration of British etiquette puts seemingly stuffy customs into context with fascinating dives into both history and literature, including the novels of Jane Austen.
    Hoag, Tami The 9th Girl Crime/Mystery The body of a young girl is found in the road on New Year's Eve in Minneapolis.
    Hoare, Philip The Whale Non-fiction A love letter to the largest, loudest, oldest mammal. This is an exhilarating valentine.
    Hobbs, Jeff The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace Non-fiction Hobbs details his former Yale roommate's trajectory from slum kid to Ivy League star to victim of clashing worlds. Nuanced and shattering.
    Hochschild, Adam Bury the Chains History His descriptions of Indian slavery will make you want to put down the book and shut your eyes in horror.
    Hockney, David Secret Knowledge Non-fiction Hockney posited that the Old Masters used camera obscura techniques that projected the image of the subject onto the surface of the painting. Hockney argues that this technique migrated gradually to Italy and most of Europe, and is the reason for the photographic style of painting we see in the Renaissance and later periods of art.
    Hodges, Andrew Alan Turing: The Enigma Auto/Biography Inspiration for the movie: Hodges (mathematics, Wadham College, Oxford) examines both the heroic and tragic sides of Turing's life, from his decryption of the German U- boat Enigma cipher, to his tragic suicide.
    Hodgkinson, Tom How To Be Idle Non-fiction Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    Learn the fine art of doing nothing with this wistful, tongue-in-cheek ode to laziness. It's insulting for people who have to work to feed and house themselves or their family. But people say that it is will written. Might be fun to try.
    Hodgman, George Bettyville Memoir Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
    Funny, touching, quirky book about nursing elderly parents. Hodgman left NYC to care for his mother in small-town Missouri.
    Hodgman, John The Areas of my Expertise Humorous Almanac of the absurd. Exercise in pointless humor like a list of 700 hobo names.
    Hodgman, John Vacationland: True Stories from Painful Beaches Humorous Suggested By: Other.
    Heard on MPR. John Hodgman is an older white male monster with bad facial hair, wandering like a privileged Sasquatch through three wildernesses: the hills of Western Massachusetts where he spent much of his youth; the painful beaches of Maine that want to kill him (and some day will - "the water is very cold, and made of evil"); and the metaphoric haunted forest of middle age that connects them.
    Hodgson, Barbara Italy Out of Hand: A Capricious Tour Travel Visually rich, eclectic, and quirky. She may tell you where to get coffee in one city, but in another tell who was murdered where.
    Hoffman, Alice At Risk Fiction I may have missed this one from 1988. Amanda, who has been winning gymnastic meets despite a summer-long malaise, tests positive for AIDS, contracted some five years before when she was transfused with contaminated blood after an appendectomy.
    Hoffman, Alice Incantation Fiction Young People. Grade 7 Up?The opposing forces of love and hate, loyalty and betrayal underscore this brief but rich tale set during the Spanish Inquisition. Told by 16-year-old Estrella deMadrigal, the novel shows how gruesome beliefs nourished by ignorance and prejudice destroyed the lives of countless people.
    Hoffman, Alice Various (Bibliography) Other Suggested By: Author.
    Novels
    • I do NOT have a Kindle copy of the books marked in bold
    • Property Of (1977 - read 2008/08, Kindle)
    • The Drowning Season (1979 - read 2008/08, Kindle)
    • Angel Landing (1980 - read 2008/08)
    • White Horses (1982 - read 1998/11, Kindle)
    • Fortune's Daughter (1985 - read 1998/11, Kindle)
    • Illumination Night (1987 - read 2000/03, Kindle)
    • At Risk (1988, Kindle)
    • Seventh Heaven (1990 - read 1998/12, Kindle)
    • Turtle Moon (1992 - read 1998/11, 2005/05, Kindle)
    • Second Nature (1994 - read 1998/12)
    • Practical Magic (1995 - read 1998/10, 1998/11, 2005/04, Kindle)
    • Here on Earth (1997 - read 1999/05, Kindle)
    • Local Girls (1999 - read 2000/02)
    • The River King (2000 - read 2000/12)
    • Blue Diary (2001 - read 2001/08)
    • The Probable Future (2003 - read 2003/07)
    • Blackbird House (2004 - read 2005/04, Kindle)
    • The Ice Queen (2005 - read 2005/05)
    • Skylight Confessions (2007 - read 1007/01)
    • The Third Angel (2008 - read 2008/07, Kindle)
    • The Story Sisters (2009 - read 2009/07, Kindle)
    • The Red Garden (2011 - read 2011/04, Kindle)
    • The Dovekeepers (2011)
    • The Museum of Extraordinary Things (2014 - read 2014/03)
    • The Marriage of Opposites (2015)
    • Faithful (2016 - read 2016/11)
    • Rules of Magic (Oct 2017 - read 2017/10)
    Young adult novels
    • Aquamarine (2001)
    • Indigo (2002)
    • Green Angel (#1) (2003 - read 2003/05, Kindle)
    • Water Tales: Aquamarine & Indigo (omnibus edition) (2003)
    • The Foretelling (2005 - read 2006/08)
    • Incantation (2006)
    • Green Witch (#2) (2010)
    • Green Heart (Green Angel + Green Witch) (2012)
    Middle grade books
    • Nightbird (2015)
    Children's books
    • Fireflies: A Winter's Tale (illustrated by Wayne McLoughlin) (1999)
    • Horsefly (paintings by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher) (2000)
    • Moondog (with Wolfe Martin; illustrated by Yumi Heo) (2004)
    • I do NOT have a Kindle copy of the books marked in bold
    Short stories
    • Conjure (2014)
    Nonfiction
    • Survival Lessons (2013 - read 2014/01, Kindle)
    Hoffman, Beth Saving CeeCee Honeycutt Chick Lit Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    A New York Times bestseller packed with "Southern charm" and "good old-fashioned heart" (Kristin Hannah): After her mother dies, CeeCee begins a colorful new life with her great-aunt Tootie. A "hit with the book clubs that adopted Sue Monk Kidd's The Secret Life of Bees" (Library Journal).
    Hofmann, Corinne The White Masai Memoir A Swiss tourist and a Masai warrior fall in love in Kenya; she moves to the bush with him and they wed. Just try to put this one down.
    Hogsett, Jessie Detatched Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Surviving reactive attachment disorder. the true story of a young boy who never "attached" or "bonded" with his alcoholic mother. He felt unloved, uncared for, unsafe, sad, lonely and extremely angry. As he grew up, he, like most Reactive Attachment Disordered kids, acted out, exhibiting severely antisocial, even violent, behavior. You will travel back in time to view a young childs life through his own eyes. You will see an innocent boy become a severely emotionally disturbed teen. Then, against all odds, you will read about miracles few ever thought possible.
    Hohn, Donovan Moby-Duck Non-fiction When journalist Hohn read about a shipment of 28,800 plastic ducks, frogs, etc that had fallen off of a storm-tossed ship, he set off on the adventure recorded here, sailing with driftology experts trying to chart the course of where things like the "floatees" go in ocean currents.
    Holland, Barbara When All the World Was Young Memoir Barbara Holland's smart, funny, and poignant memoir about growing up "weird" in the 1940s and 1950s. Holland's innate individualism turned Jr. High into a nightmare: a well-meaning but clueless girl in the lunch line says to Barbara, "There's someone in my class who's just as weird as you are. You ought to know each other."
    Holland, Jimmie The Human Side of Cancer, Living with Hope, Coping with Uncertainty Non-fiction Jimmie Holland, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center psychiatrist, is a longtime critic of the "mind over cancer" proponents who tell patients they must stay positive to survive their disease. Holland coined the term "the tyranny of positive thinking" to describe the belief. "The idea that we can control illness and death with our minds appeals to our deepest yearnings, but it just isn't so," she tells WebMD. "It is so sad that cancer patients are made to believe that if they aren't doing well it is somehow their own fault because they aren't positive enough."
    Holleman, Marybeth The Heart of the Sound Travel Written on the 15th anniversary of the Exxon Valdez spill in Prince William Sound, Alaska. Holleman explores the resiliency of nature, and the ways that resiliency is tested.
    Holloway, Jeffrey Anxiety Workbook Non-fiction Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. 30 days to a life free of anxiety.
    Holman, Sheri The Mammoth Cheese Fiction Town pastor wants to generate publicity for small town by convincing resident to make a huge cheese. Enjoyable slice of Americana.
    Holmberg, Charlie N. Magic Bitter, Magic Sweet Magical/Mystical Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    Baker Maire has the extraordinary ability to transfer emotions and powers through her enchanted confections. She doesn't know where her gift comes from, in fact she has no memory of her past. [here's where it gets weird - may or may not want to read this book] But when marauders take her captive her true identity slowly begins to surface.
    Holmberg, Charlie N. The Paper Magician Magical/Mystical Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    Series: The Paper Magician, The Glass Magician, The Master Magician. The spells Ceony learns under the strange yet kind Thane turn out to be more marvelous than she could have ever imagined--animating paper creatures, bringing stories to life via ghostly images, even reading fortunes. But as she discovers these wonders, Ceony also learns of the extraordinary dangers of forbidden magic.
    Holmes, Hannah Suburban Safari Non-fiction 21st Century suburban naturalist. Entertaining lectures on the history of lawns and the domestication of dogs.
    Holmes, Hannah The Well-Dressed Ape Non-fiction The focus is on Homo sapiens, but the animals claim the best moments. Smart and upbeat, this will leave you prouder of your similarities to the animal kingdom.
    Holmes, Richard Falling Upwards Non-fiction The Victorian era, literature, and science are beautifully intertwined in a history of hot-air ballooning.
    Holt, Anne Hanne Wilhemsen Series Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
    "The Godmother of Norwegian crime fiction". Note: double-check this list - I think there may be some issues, especially near the end where the more recent books are listed.
    • Blind Goddess (1993)
    • Blessed Are Those Who Thirst (1994)
    • Death of the Demon (1995)
    • The Lion's Mouth (1997 -co-authored with Berit Reiss-Andersen
    • Dead Joker (1999)
    • No Echo (2000 - co-authored with Berit Reiss-Andersen)
    • The Truth Beyond (2003)
    • 1222 (2007)
    • Odd Numbers (2015)
    • I støv og aske (2016)
    • Offline (2017)
    Holt, K.A. House Arrest Youth Suggested By: BookBub.com.
    After he's convicted of theft, Timothy keeps a journal to chronicle the ups and downs of life under house arrest. Serious and funny, thrilling and touching, sweet and snarky.
    Holt, Nathalia Rise of the Rocket Girls Non-fiction Suggested By: Entertainment Weekly Mag.
    Learn more about the women who worked in the space program. Holt's book is lively and immensely readable history. NASA.
    Holway, John B. Bessie Coleman: Pioneering Black Woman Aviator Auto/Biography Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. She was the black Amelia Earhart. Back in the 1920s planes were made of wood and cloth held together with wire. And back then everyone knew blacks couldn't fly, and neither could women. But this spunky black woman from the cotton fields of Texas did loops above the Eiffel Tower, walked on wings above America, and jumped off planes to the oohs and gasps of crowds.
    Home, Merrily Photo Book of Old New York City Photo Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. More than 100 slides of vintage New York City.
    Honoré, Carl In Praise of Slowness Non-fiction Suggested By: Unknown.
    How a worldwide movement is challenging the cult of speed.
    Hood, Ann Knitting Yarns Essays Anthology about knitting, including essays from Sue Grafton, Barbara Kingsolver, and other authors.
    Hood, Ann The Obituary Writer Fiction A sophisticated and suspenseful novel about the poignant lives of two women living in different eras. Recommended by Sarah Addison Allen.
    Hooker, Richard MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors Fiction Suggested By: Movie/TV.
    The TV show M*A*S*H is based on this book. For fans of the movie and the series alike, here is the original version of that perfectly corrupt football game, those martini-laced mornings and sexual escapades, and that unforgettable foray into assisted if incompleted suicide
    Hooper, Karen Amanda Tangled Tides Fantasy Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Yara Jones doesn't believe in sea monsters--until she becomes one. When a hurricane hits her island home and she wakes up with fins, Yara finds herself tangled up in an underwater world of mysterious merfolk and secretive selkies. Both sides believe Yara can save them by fulfilling a broken promise and opening the sealed gateway to their realm, but they are battling over how it should be done. The selkies want to take her life. The merfolk want something far more precious.
    Hopkin, Ben Darc Murders Collection Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book series.
    Hopkins, Karen Ann Lamb to the Slaughter Crime/Mystery Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. Christian mystery. Hmmm. The death of a teenage Amish girl in a cornfield looks like an accident, but sheriff Serenity Adams suspects foul play. To solve the murder, she must investigate the nearby Amish community with the help of a man who was shunned years ago.
    Hopkins, Sarah Winnemucca LIfe Among the Piutes Auto/Biography Suggested By: Other.
    Free Kindle book. The first known autobiography by an a Native American woman. Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins' riveting, heartbreaking memoir is both a history of the Piute Indian tribe and an account of the devastation caused to the Piute people after their first contact with white men in the nineteenth century.
    Horn, Dara The World To Come Fiction Suggested By: Amazon.com.
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