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The Good Sister

From the outside, everyone might think Fern and Rose are as close as twin sisters can be: Rose is the responsible one and Fern is the quirky one. But the sisters are devoted to one another and Rose has always been Fern's protector from the time they were small.

Fern needed protecting because their mother was a true sociopath who hid her true nature from the world, and only Rose could see it. Fern always saw the good in everyone. Years ago, Fern did something very, very bad. And Rose has never told a soul. When Fern decides to help her sister achieve her heart's desire of having a baby, Rose realizes with growing horror that Fern might make choices that can only have a terrible outcome. What Rose doesn't realize is that Fern is growing and aware of the secrets Rose, herself, is keeping. And that their mother might have the last word after all.

When the Stars Go Dark

Anna Hart is a missing persons detective in San Francisco. When tragedy strikes her personal life, Anna, desperate and numb, flees to the Northern California village of Mendocino to grieve. She lived there as a child with her beloved foster parents, and now she believes it might be the only place left for her. Yet the day she arrives, she learns a local teenage girl has gone missing. The crime feels frighteningly reminiscent of the most crucial time in Anna's childhood, when the unsolved murder of a young girl touched Mendocino and changed the community forever.

As past and present collide, Anna realizes that she has been led to this moment. The most difficult lessons of her life have given her insight into how victims come into contact with violent predators. As Anna becomes obsessed with the missing girl, she must accept that true courage means getting out of her own way and learning to let others in.

Weaving together actual cases of missing persons, trauma theory, and a hint of the metaphysical, this propulsive and deeply affecting novel tells a story of fate, necessary redemption, and what it takes, when the worst happens, to reclaim our lives and our faith in one another.

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Paris Wife comes a novel of intertwined destinies and heart wrenching suspense: A detective hiding away from the world. A series of disappearances that reach into her past. Can solving them help her heal?

House of Hollow

Seventeen year old Iris Hollow has always been strange. Something happened to her and her two older sisters when they were children, something they can’t quite remember but that left each of them with an identical half moon scar at the base of their throats.

Iris has spent most of her teenage years trying to avoid the weirdness that sticks to her like tar. But when her eldest sister, Grey, goes missing under suspicious circumstances, Iris learns just how weird her life can get: horned men start shadowing her, a corpse falls out of her sister’s ceiling, and ugly, impossible memories start to twist their way to the forefront of her mind.

As Iris retraces Grey’s last known footsteps and follows the increasingly bizarre trail of breadcrumbs she left behind, it becomes apparent that the only way to save her sister is to decipher the mystery of what happened to them as children.

The closer Iris gets to the truth, the closer she comes to understanding that the answer is dark and dangerous – and that Grey has been keeping a terrible secret from her for years.

Mother May I

Revenge doesn’t wait for permission.

Growing up poor in rural Georgia, Bree Cabbat was warned by her single mother that the world was a dark and scary place. Bree rejected her mother’s fearful outlook, and life has proved her right. Having married into a family with wealth, power, and connections, Bree now has all a woman could ever dream of: a loving lawyer husband, two talented teenage daughters, a new baby boy, a gorgeous home, and every opportunity in the world.

Until the day she awakens and sees a witch peering into her bedroom window—an old gray haired woman dressed all in black who vanishes as quickly as she appears. It must be a play of the early morning light or the remnant of a waking dream, Bree tells herself, shaking off the bad feeling that overcomes her.

Later that day though, she spies the old woman again, in the parking lot of her daugh­ters’ private school . just minutes before Bree’s infant son, asleep in his car seat only a few feet away, vanishes. It happened so quickly—Bree looked away only for a second. There is a note left in his place, warning her that she is being is being watched; if she wants her baby back, she must not call the police or deviate in any way from the instructions that will follow.

The mysterious woman makes contact, and Bree learns she, too, is a mother. Why would another mother do this? What does she want? And why has she targeted Bree? Of course Bree will pay anything, do anything. It’s her child.

To get her baby back, Bree must complete one small—but critical—task. It seems harmless enough, but her action comes with a devastating price, making her complicit in a tangled web of tragedy and shocking secrets that could destroy everything she loves. It is the beginning of an odyssey that will lead Bree to dangerous places, explosive confrontations, and chilling truths.

Bree will do whatever it takes to protect her family—but what if the cost tears their world apart?

Mirrorland

With the startling twists of Gone Girl and the haunting emotional power of Room, Mirrorland is a thrilling work of psychological suspense about twin sisters, the man they both love, and the dark childhood they can’t leave behind.

Cat lives in Los Angeles, far away from 36 Westeryk Road, the imposing gothic house in Edinburgh where she and her estranged twin sister, El, grew up. As girls, they invented Mirrorland, a dark, imaginary place under the pantry stairs full of pirates, witches, and clowns. These days Cat rarely thinks about their childhood home, or the fact that El now lives there with her husband Ross.

But when El mysteriously disappears after going out on her sailboat, Cat is forced to return to 36 Westeryk Road, which has scarcely changed in twenty years. The grand old house is still full of shadowy corners, and at every turn Cat finds herself stumbling on long held secrets and terrifying ghosts from the past. Because someone—El?—has left Cat clues in almost every room: a treasure hunt that leads right back to Mirrorland, where she knows the truth lies crouched and waiting

A twisty, dark, and brilliantly crafted thriller about love and betrayal, redemption and revenge, Mirrorland is a propulsive, page turning debut about the power of imagination and the price of freedom.

The Drowning Kind

Be careful what you wish for.

When social worker Jax receives nine missed calls from her older sister, Lexie, she assumes that it’s just another one of her sister’s episodes. Manic and increasingly out of touch with reality, Lexie has pushed Jax away for over a year. But the next day, Lexie is dead: drowned in the pool at their grandmother’s estate. When Jax arrives at the house to go through her sister’s things, she learns that Lexie was researching the history of their family and the property. And as she dives deeper into the research herself, she discovers that the land holds a far darker past than she could have ever imagined.

In 1929, thirty seven year old newlywed Ethel Monroe hopes desperately for a baby. In an effort to distract her, her husband whisks her away on a trip to Vermont, where a natural spring is showcased by the newest and most modern hotel in the Northeast. Once there, Ethel learns that the water is rud to grant wishes, never suspecting that the spring takes in equal measure to what it gives.

You Love Me (You, #3)

Joe is done with the cities. He’s done with the muck and the posers, done with Love. Now, he’s saying hello to nature, to simple pleasures on a cozy island in the Pacific Northwest. For the first time in a long time, he can just breathe.

He gets a job at the local library—he does know a thing or two about books—and that’s where he meets her: Mary Kay DiMarco. Librarian. Joe won’t meddle, he will not obsess. He’ll win her the old fashioned way by providing a shoulder to cry on, a helping hand. Over time, they’ll both heal their wounds and begin their happily ever after in this sleepy town.

The trouble is Mary Kay already has a life. She’s a mother. She’s a friend. She’s busy.

True love can only triumph if both people are willing to make room for the real thing. Joe cleared his decks. He’s ready. And hopefully, with his encouragement and undying support, Mary Kay will do the right thing and make room for him.

Hummingbird Salamander

From the author of Annihilation, a brilliant speculative thriller of dark conspiracy, endangered species, and the possible end of all things.

Security consultant “Jane Smith” receives an envelope with a key to a storage unit that holds a taxidermied hummingbird and clues leading her to a taxidermied salamander. Silvina, the dead woman who left the note, is a reputed ecoterrorist and the daughter of an Argentine industrialist. By taking the hummingbird from the storage unit, Jane sets in motion a series of events that quickly spin beyond her control.

Soon, Jane and her family are in danger, with few allies to help her make sense of the true scope of the peril. Is the only way to safety to follow in Silvina’s footsteps? Is it too late to stop? As she desperately seeks answers about why Silvina contacted her, time is running out—for her and possibly for the world.

Hummingbird Salamander is Jeff VanderMeer at his brilliant, cinematic best, wrapping profound questions about climate change, identity, and the world we live in into a tightly plotted thriller full of unexpected twists and elaborate conspiracy.

Pride and Premeditation (Jane Austen Murder Mystery, #1)

Perfect for fans of the Lady Janies and Stalking Jack the Ripper, the first book in the Jane Austen Murder Mysteries series is a clever retelling of Pride and Prejudice that reimagines the iconic settings, characters, and romances in a thrilling and high stakes whodunit.

When a scandalous murder shocks London high society, seventeen year old aspiring lawyer Lizzie Bennet seizes the opportunity to prove herself, despite the interference of Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, the stern young heir to the prestigious firm Pemberley Associates.

Convinced the authorities have imprisoned the wrong person, Lizzie vows to solve the murder on her own. But as the case—and her feelings for Darcy—become complicated, Lizzie discovers that her dream job could make her happy, but it might also get her killed.

The Perfect Daughter

The Perfect Daughter is a thriller that explores the truth or lies behind a teenage girl's multiple personality disorder, from D.J. Palmer, the author of The New Husband.

Grace never dreamt she’d visit her teenaged daughter Penny in the locked ward of a decaying state psychiatric hospital, charged with the murder of a stranger. There was not much question of her daughter’s guilt. Police had her fingerprints on the murder weapon and the victim’s blood on her body and clothes. But they didn’t have a motive.

Grace blames herself, because that’s what mothers do—they look at their choices and wonder, what if? But hindsight offers little than the chance for regret.

None of this was conceivable the day Penny came into her life. Then, it seemed like a miracle. Penny was found abandoned, with a mysterious past, and it felt like fate brought Penny to her, and her husband Arthur. But as she grew, Penny's actions grew disturbing, and different personalities emerged.

Arthur and Grace took Penny to different psychiatrists, many of whom believed she was putting on a show to help manage her trauma. But Grace didn’t buy it. The personas were too real, too consistent. It had to be a severe multiple personality disorder. One determined psychiatrist, Dr. Mitch McHugh, helped discover someone new inside Penny—a young girl named Abigail. Is this the nameless girl who was abandoned in the park years ago? Mitch thinks Abigail is the key to Penny’s past and to the murder. But as Grace and Mitch dig deeper, they uncover dark and shocking secrets that put all their lives in grave danger.

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7 next saba The story Ends And The Reader and the reader provided with factual information about the animals and their names in English and SwahiliThis is a book of great appeal to children inviting multiple reads in its uest to engage on many levels It simply offers a breadth beyond simple counting that I have not experienced before in any book of its genre I read this repeatedly today to a small group of EYFS children who were engrossed Incidentally they loved tracing the perfectly sized digits with their fingersThe only slight criticism and the reason that I did not rate it 5 star is that a small proportion of the animals are hard for the children to spot Unlike most picture books this has lots of back matter That tells about the people in Tanzania some geography of the country some culture of the people and oh yes how to count to ten in Swahili The picture book itself is a nice little counting story However along with the familiar mathematical numerals the book has the ids counting in Swahili The story takes a bunch of ids and their teachers through a day wandering the Serengeti and other Tanzanian locales counting the various animals they see which just happen to be in order from 1 10 The illustrations are bright and cheerful and everyone has a lovely little day counting animals This would ha. bright and cheerful and everyone has a lovely little day counting animals This would ha. To ten in both English and Swahili The lively rhyming text is accompanied by an illustrated guide to counting in Swahili a map notes about each of the animals and interesting facts about Tanzania and the Maasai peop. .

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Ve been a bit unremarkable but pleasant if it weren t for all the fascinating back matter so don T Forget To Look At forget to look at I am not too sure that part could read to the ids in story time but not too sure that part could be read the The Road to Einsteins Relativity kids in story time but you memorize it you could casually throw in that thisid s name means X and mention that parents name their Black Boy kids for attributes they hope the child will have If it attracts interest then you could share the back matter with theids Otherwise I d skip that part Special little book simply because it is so unusual with all the back matter This could be used in many ways As a straight counting book as a counting book learning the Swahili terms for the numbers as a culture book as a geography story etc Read this to the boy last night We were given this by my in laws after they came back from a service trip to Africa a few years back They said that the part of Tanzania they were in was exactly like this We really enjoyed the book You get to learn the names of the animals in Swahili and how to count as well I really like it because it exposes us to a new culture Like the books of Ezra Jack Keats it shows us that we are different but all have stories to tell I really want to get books for the ids showing other parts of the world and other cultures The colors in this book are beautiful While not super detailed the art lets you see what they se. Le A portion of the proceeds from the sale of each book will be donated to the African Wildlife Foundation to aid their wildlife conservation and community building efforts in Tanzania Softcover 32pp;1025 x 10 inches. Super fun book featuring the animals *OF TANZANIA WILDEBEESTS WARTHOGS ALL THE *Tanzania wildebeests warthogs all the teaching us how to count to ten in Swahili Used it with a first grade class today and they loved it Not only did they meet some new animals but they also learned how to count in Swahili they thought it was pretty cool I could see it being useful for preschoolers through first grade too much older and there isn t enough stuff in it Grade Level PreK 2nd Genre Number Book Through this book students are taken on a safari through the grasslands of Tanzania as they spot animals One Leopard Two Ostriches Etc The Book leopard two ostriches etc The book uniue enriching picture book for CHILDREN WHO ARE LEARNING THE NUMBERS who are learning the numbers 10 especially effective in the EYFSThis is a rather uniue counting book for the learning opportunities are numerous Laurie Krebs has skilfully interwoven concepts of ethnicity geography biology and foreign language in a story principally about number and it does not end there since it is written in rhyme and richly illustrated Krebs takes the young reader on safari through Tanzania with the Maasai people each double page spread focusing on one of the species of animal that they encounter On each occasion a named member of the travelling people will count the animals the number rhyming with a word in the text for example intermix and six The digit appears on the page. Join a group of friends as they set out on a counting journey through the grasslands of Tanzania Along the way the children encounter all sorts of animals including elephants lions and monkeys while counting from one.

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