Thursday, September 29, 2011

Movie Night Anyone...No Tickets Required!

Is there anything better than a bowl of popcorn and a good movie? If you're looking for a little rest and relaxation but you don't want to head to the theater, let us bring the theater to you. 

Stop by and check out our wide variety of movies on DVD and VHS. There's something for everyone. This month we have added quiet a few titles and there are more on the way. Whether you're looking for comedy, horror, romance, thriller, or action adventures, we have it all. Check out the list below to see our newest titles.

(Click on any of the titles listed below to learn more about the movie) 

Stop by, grab your favorite titles, get your yummy popcorn popping and kick back to enjoy the show. 

Note: Our movie collection is available due to patron donations. If you would like to donate to the collection, we would greatly appreciate it.

Monday, September 26, 2011

Fall line-up for Young Adults

Awake at Dawn by C.C. Hunter

Now that she’s settled in at Shadow Falls Camp, Kylie Galen’s determined to discover the extent of her supernatural abilities.  But with a ghost insisting someone Kylie loves is about die, a rogue vampire on a murdering rampage, and her sixth sense telling her someone is watching her, Kylie’s quest for answers is quickly put on hold.

To make matters worse, just when she’s about to give her heart to Derek, a half-fairy, he starts pulling away.  When Lucas, a werewolf with whom Kylie shares a secret past, returns, Kylie’s feels more conflicted than ever. Her weekend with her mom should have been the just the break Kylie needs, but it turns out to be her breaking point.  Someone from the dark side of the supernatural world has plans for Kylie--and it'll take all her resources to get back to Shadow Falls alive.

 Beautiful Chaos by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

Ethan Wate thought he was getting used to the strange, impossible events happening in Gatlin, his small Southern town. But now that Ethan and Lena have returned home, strange and impossible have taken on new meanings. Swarms of locusts, record-breaking heat, and devastating storms ravage Gatlin as Ethan and Lena struggle to understand the impact of Lena's Claiming. Even Lena's family of powerful Supernaturals is affected - and their abilities begin to dangerously misfire. As time passes, one question becomes clear: What - or who - will need to be sacrificed to save Gatlin?
For Ethan, the chaos is a frightening but welcome distraction. He's being haunted in his dreams again, but this time it isn't by Lena - and whatever is haunting him is following him out of his dreams and into his everyday life. Even worse, Ethan is gradually losing pieces of himself - forgetting names, phone numbers, even memories.

Bunheads by Sophie Flack

As a dancer with the ultra-prestigious Manhattan Ballet Company, nineteen-year-old Hannah Ward juggles intense rehearsals, dazzling performances and complicated backstage relationships. Up until now, Hannah has happily devoted her entire life to ballet.

But when she meets a handsome musician named Jacob, Hannah's universe begins to change, and she must decide if she wants to compete against the other "bunheads" in the company for a star soloist spot or strike out on her own in the real world. Does she dare give up the gilded confines of the ballet for the freedoms of everyday life?

Carrier of the Mark by Leigh Fallon

Their love was meant to be.
When Megan Rosenberg moves to Ireland, everything in her life seems to fall into place. After growing up in America, she's surprised to find herself feeling at home in her new school. She connects with a group of friends, and she is instantly drawn to darkly handsome Adam DeRĂ­s.

But Megan is about to discover that her feelings for Adam are tied to a fate that was sealed long ago—and that the passion and power that brought them together could be their ultimate destruction.


Crossed by Ally Condie

In search of a future that may not exist and faced with the decision of who to share it with, Cassia journeys to the Outer Provinces in pursuit of Ky - taken by the Society to his certain death - only to find that he has escaped, leaving a series of clues in his wake.

Cassia's quest leads her to question much of what she holds dear, even as she finds glimmers of a different life across the border. But as Cassia nears resolve and certainty about her future with Ky, an invitation for rebellion, an unexpected betrayal, and a surprise visit from Xander - who may hold the key to the uprising and, still, to Cassia's heart - change the game once again. Nothing is as expected on the edge of Society, where crosses and double crosses make the path more twisted than ever.

Deadly Cool by Gemma Halliday

First I find out that my boyfriend is cheating on me. Then he’s pegged as the #1 suspect in a murder. And now he’s depending on me to clear his name. Seriously?

As much as I wouldn’t mind watching him squirm, I know that he’s innocent. So I’m brushing off my previously untapped detective skills and getting down to business. But I keep tripping over dead bodies and I’m still no closer to figuring out who did it. And what’s worse: all signs seem to point to me as the killer’s next victim.

I really need to pick a better boyfriend next time.

The Death Cure by James Dashner

Thomas knows that Wicked can't be trusted, but they say the time for lies is over, that they've collected all they can from the Trials and now must rely on the Gladers, with full memories restored, to help them with their ultimate mission. It's up to the Gladers to complete the blueprint for the cure to the Flare with a final voluntary test.

What Wicked doesn't know is that something's happened that no Trial or Variable could have foreseen. Thomas has remembered far more than they think. And he knows that he can't believe a word of what Wicked says.

The time for lies is over. But the truth is more dangerous than Thomas could ever imagine.
Will anyone survive the Death Cure?

Devoted by Hilary Duff

Since Sage was kidnapped, Clea has no way of knowing if he is alive or dead. And even though she has only just discovered they were soulmates, she feels like a part of her is lost forever. What’s worse, she can’t even turn to her best friend Ben—because every time she looks at him, all she sees is his betrayal. 

But waiting for something to happen is not an option, so Clea is ready for action. Suffering through dreams of seeing Sage with another woman, she makes an uneasy alliance with Sage’s enemies and sets out to be reunited with this life or the next.

Eve by Anna Carey

The year is 2032, sixteen years after a deadly virus—and the vaccine intended to protect against it—wiped out most of the earth’s population. The night before eighteen-year-old Eve’s graduation from her all-girls school she discovers what really happens to new graduates, and the horrifying fate that awaits her.

Fleeing the only home she’s ever known, Eve sets off on a long, treacherous journey, searching for a place she can survive. Along the way she encounters Caleb, a rough, rebellious boy living in the wild. Separated from men her whole life, Eve has been taught to fear them, but Caleb slowly wins her trust...and her heart. He promises to protect her, but when soldiers begin hunting them, Eve must choose between true love and her life.

The Fire by James Patterson

Whit and Wisty Allgood have sacrificed everything to lead the resistance against the merciless totalitarian regime that governs their world. Its supreme leader, The One Who Is The One, has banned everything they hold dear: books, music, art, and imagination. But the growing strength of the siblings' magic hasn't been enough to stop the One's evil rampage, and now he's executed the only family they had left.

Wisty knows that the time has finally come for her to face The One. But her fight and her fire only channel more power to this already invincible being. How can she and Whit possibly prepare for their imminent showdown with the ruthless villain that devastated their world-before he can truly become all-powerful?

Frost by Wendy Delsol

After the drama of finding out that she’s a Stork, a member of an ancient and mystical order of women, and that her boyfriend, Jack, is a descendent of the Winter People able to control the weather, Katla Leblanc is delighted when all signs point to a busy and peaceful Christmas. That is, until the snowstorm Jack summons as a gift to Katla turns into the storm of the century, attracting Brigid, a gorgeous scientist who, in turn, attracts Jack. Between the school play, a bedridden, pregnant mother’s to-do lists, and keeping an eye on her aging grandfather, Katla doesn’t have time to question Brigid’s motives or deal with Jack’s increasingly cold behavior. But Katla’s suspicions mount when Jack joins Brigid on a research expedition to Greenland, and when the two of them go missing, it becomes clear that Katla is the only one who can save her beloved Jack from the Snow Queen who holds him prisoner.

The Pledge by Kimberly Derting

In the violent country of Ludania, the classes are strictly divided by the language they speak. The smallest transgression, like looking a member of a higher class in the eye while they are speaking their native tongue, results in immediate execution. Seventeen-year-old Charlaina has always been able to understand the languages of all classes, and she’s spent her life trying to hide her secret. The only place she can really be free is the drug-fueled underground clubs where people go to shake off the oppressive rules of the world they live in. It's there that she meets a beautiful and mysterious boy named Max who speaks a language she's never heard before . . . and her secret is almost exposed.

Charlie is intensely attracted to Max, even though she can’t be sure where his real loyalties lie. As the emergency drills give way to real crisis and the violence escalates, it becomes clear that Charlie is the key to something much bigger: her country’s only chance for freedom from the terrible power of a deadly regime.

 Seizure by Kathy Reichs

Ever since Tory Brennan and her friends rescued Cooper, a kidnapped wolf pup with a rare strain of canine parvovirus, they've turned from regular kids into a crime-solving pack. But now the very place that brought them together - the Loggerhead Island Research Institute - is out of funding and will have to shut down. That is, unless the Virals can figure out a way to save it.

So when Tory learns of an old Charleston legend about a famous she-pirate, Anne Bonney, whose fortune was never found, she can't believe her luck - buried treasure is exactly what she needs to save the Institute on Loggerhead! Trouble is, she and her friends aren't the only ones looking for it. And this time, the Virals' special powers may not be enough to dig them out of trouble .

Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

Juliette hasn't touched anyone in exactly 264 days. The last time she did, it was an accident, but The Reestablishment locked her up for murder. No one knows why Juliette's touch is fatal. As long as she doesn't hurt anyone else, no one really cares. The world is too busy crumbling to pieces to pay attention to a 17-year-old girl. Diseases are destroying the population, food is hard to find, birds don't fly anymore, and the clouds are the wrong color.

The Reestablishment said their way was the only way to fix things, so they threw Juliette in a cell. Now so many people are dead that the survivors are whispering war- and The Reestablishment has changed its mind. Maybe Juliette is more than a tortured soul stuffed into a poisonous body. Maybe she's exactly what they need right now.
Juliette has to make a choice: Be a weapon. Or be a warrior. 

Shattered Souls by Mary Lindsey

Lenzi hears voices and has visions - gravestones, floods, a boy with steel gray eyes. Her boyfriend, Zak, can't help, and everything keeps getting louder and more intense. Then Lenzi meets Alden, the boy from her dreams, who reveals that she's a reincarnated Speaker - someone who can talk to and help lost souls - and that he has been her Protector for centuries.

Now Lenzi must choose between her life with Zak and the life she is destined to lead with Alden. But time is running out: a malevolent spirit is out to destroy Lenzi, and he will kill her if she doesn't make a decision soon.

Silence by Becca Fitzpatrick

The noise between Patch and Nora is gone. They've overcome the secrets riddled in Patch's dark past...bridged two irreconcilable worlds...faced heart-wrenching tests of betrayal, loyalty and trust...and all for a love that will transcend the boundary between heaven and earth. Armed with nothing but their absolute faith in one another, Patch and Nora enter a desperate fight to stop a villain who holds the power to shatter everything they've worked for—and their love—forever.

The Space Between by Brenna Yovanoff

Everything is made of steel, even the flowers. How can you love anything in a place like this?

Daphne is the half-demon, half-fallen angel daughter of Lucifer and Lilith. Life for her is an endless expanse of time, until her brother Obie is kidnapped - and Daphne realizes she may be partially responsible. Determined to find him, Daphne travels from her home in Pandemonium to the vast streets of Earth, where everything is colder and more terrifying. With the help of the human boy she believes was the last person to see her brother alive, Daphne glimpses into his dreams, discovering clues to Obie's whereabouts. As she delves deeper into her demonic powers, she must navigate the jealousies and alliances of the violent archangels who stand in her way. But she also discovers, unexpectedly, what it means to love and be human in a world where human is the hardest thing to be.

Swear by Nina Malkin

A promise broken. A bond betrayed. It’s been six months since ghost-turned golem Sinclair Youngblood Powers confessed his love, stole Dice’s heart, and disappeared from Swoon, perhaps from existence. Despite the hurt, Dice has been moving steadily toward ordinary. Dreams of Sin still plague and pleasure her sleep, and the mark of Sin’s love remains on her skin, still sore. But Dice has been throwing herself into music, finding solace in song and sometimes even in the arms of her band mate, Tosh. Life seems almost…normal. The last thing Dice wants is to mess with anything remotely supernatural. But when her best friend’s boyfriend goes missing, Dice has no choice but to become very much involved. She knows that his disappearance was no accident, and it somehow has everything to do with Sin. Because Dice can feel it: Sin is back. And the promises and deceptions he left in his wake have returned to haunt him.

What do you do when an oath of devotion threatens to destroy the one you love?

Tiger's Voyage by Colleen Houck

Kelsey Hayes pushes through the pain of lost love and strengthens her friendship with Kishan. Despite his strong feelings for her, Kishan has agreed to be her ally in helping her reunite with the man she still loves. Together, they seek to help Ren regain his memory and begin the search for the third magical gift—an object of power that will help break the curse that causes them to live part of their lives as tigers.

The jarring tug-of-war that ensues for Kelsey's heart leaves her anxious and confused. Combined with the stress of almost being killed every other day, it would appear that saving the tigers is almost more than she can handle. Still, she presses on, knowing that a choice is looming on the horizon. One she cannot put off making for long.

Tris and Izzie by Mette Ivie Harrison

A modern retelling of the German fairy tale "Tristan and Isolde," Tris and Izzie is about a young witch named Izzie who is dating Mark King, the captain of the basketball team and thinks her life is going swimmingly well. Until -- she makes a love potion for her best friend Brangane and then ends up taking it herself accidentally, and falling in love with Tristan, the new guy at school.

Banned Books Week: Celebrate your freedom to read!!

Celebrate your freedom to read by reading a banned or challenged book today!

What is Banned Books Week?

Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read and the importance of the First Amendment.  This amazing annual event is held the last week of September, Banned Books Week highlights the benefits of free and open access to information and informing citizens of the harms of censorship by spotlighting books that are being banned and or challenged across the United States.

Take a look at the list below and see if some of your favorite reads have made the list.

1984 by George Orwell
A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
A Farwell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway
All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque
Animal Farm by George Orwell
Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank
As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner
Beloved by Toni Morrison
Bless Me, Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya
Catch-22 by Joseph Heller
Doctor Zhivago by Boris Pasternak
Fahrenheit 541 by Ray Bradbury
For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway
Forever by Judy Blume
Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents by Julia Alvarez
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou
In Cold Blood by Truman Capote
In the Sprit of Crazy Horse by Peter Matthiessen
Jaws by Peter Benchley
Lady Chatterley’s Lover by D.H. Lawrence
Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
Madam Bovary by Gustave Flaubert
My Brother Sam is Dead by James Lincoln Collier and Christopher Collier
On the Origin of Species by Charles Darwin
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey
Peyton Place by Grace Metalious
Rabbit, Run by John Updike
Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut
Tess of the d’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin by Benjamin Franklin
The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier
The Color Purple by Alice Walker
The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien
The Prince of Tides by Pat Conroy
The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway
Tropic of Cancer by Henry Miller
Ulysses by James Joyce
Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe
Some “Contemporary” titles”:
A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle
Albatross by Josie Bloss
Alice In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
Alice on Her Way by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
Am I Blue? By Marion Dane Bauer
America by E.R. Frank
Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging: Confessions of Georgia Nicolson by Louise Rennison
Annie on My Mind by Nancy Garden
Be More Chill by Ned Vizzini
Before I Die by Jenny Downham
Boy Meets Boy by David Levithan
Bullet Point by Peter Abrahams
Burn by Suzanne Phillips
Catch-22 by Joseph Heller
Chinese Handcuffs by Chris Crutcher (or any book by Chris Crutcher)
Crank by Ellen Hopkins
Deadline by Chris Crutcher
East of Eden by John Steinbeck
Eight Seconds by Jean Ferris
Endgame by Nancy Garden
Fade to Black by Alex Flinn
Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers
Fat Kid Rules the World by K.L. Going
Freaks and Revelations by Davida Wills Hurwin
Geography Club by Brent Hartinger
Girl, Interrupted by Susanna Kaysen
Give a Boy a Gun by Todd Strasser
Go Ask Alice by Anonymous
Hang-ups, Hook-ups, and Holding Out: Stuff You Need to Know about Your Body, Sex, and Dating by
Melisa Holmes and Trish Hutchison
Hate List by Jennifer Brown
Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
I Love You, Beth Cooper by Larry Doyle
If There Be Thorns by V.C. Andrews
Impulse by Ellen Hopkins
Inexcusable by Chris Lynch
Inside a Thug’s Heart by Tupac Shakur
Interview With the Vampire by Anne Rice
Invisible Monsters by Chuck Palahniuk
Ironman by Chris Crutcher
Jaws by Peter Benchley
Johnny Got His Gun by Dalton Trumbo
Jumping Off Swings by Jo Knowles
Kendra by Coe Booth (or Tyrell by Coe Booth)
Killing Mr. Griffin by Lois Duncan
Last Night I Sang to the Monster by Benjamin Alire Saenz
Living Dead Girl by Elizabeth Scott
Looking for Alaska by John Green
Lord of the Flies by William Golding
Marked by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast (or any of the “House of Night” series)
Martyn Pig by Kevin Brooks
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil: a Savannah Story by John Berendt
My Father’s Scar by Michael Cart
My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult
Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan
Night Talk by Elizabeth Cox
Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult
One Fat Summer by Robert Lipsyte
Peeps by Scott Westerfeld
Prep: a Novel by Curtis Sittenfeld
Rage by Julie Anne Peters
Raider’s Night by Robert Lypsite
Rainbow Boys by Alex Sanchez
Running Loose by Chris Crutcher
Shattering Glass by Gail Giles
Sold by Patricia McCormick
Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes by Chris Crutcher
Stolen by Lucy Christopher
Story of A Girl by Sara Zarr
Stotan! by Chris Crutcher
Stuck in Neutral by Terry Trueman
Teach Me by R.A. Nelson
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie
The Amulet of Samarkand by Jonathan Stroud
The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier
The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
The Coldest Winter Ever by Sister Souljah
The Color Purple by Alice Walker
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon
The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown
The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big, Round Things by Carolyn Mackler
The Geography Club by Brent Hartinger
The Giver by Lois Lowry
The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman
The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
The Road by Cormac McCarthy
The Rose That Grew From Concrete by Tupac Shakur
The Shining by Stephen King
The Vast Fields of Ordinary by Nick Burd
Ttyl; ttfn; l8r, g8r (series) by Lauren Myracle
Twilight (series) by Stephenie Meyer
Twisted by Laurie Halse Anderson
Unwind by Neal Shusterman
Very LeFreak by Rachel Cohn
We All Fall Down by Robert Cormier
Weetzie Bat by Fancesca Lia Block (or anything by Francesca Lia Block)
What My Mother Doesn’t Know by Sonya Sones
When Jeff Comes Home by Catherine Atkins
Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan

Stop by and check out a banned book today. 

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Page To Screen: 11/22/63 by Stephen King

Stephen King has never been a stranger to having his novels transformed into movies, and the interest in the 'King of Horror' continues with Variety reporting that King's upcoming 11/22/63 will be making the trip to Hollywood.

Director Jonathan Demme (The Manchurian Candidate, Beloved, The Silence of the Lambs) has snagged the feature rights for the film, and is set to write, direct, and produce the sci-fi story with a time travel twist.

In King's tale, Jake Epping discovers a way to travel back in time to 1963 and decides to stop the assassination of John F. Keddedy. In order to accomplish this, he creates a new persona and a new life that allows him to immerse himself in the past. Along the way, he meets Sadie Dunhill, the love of his life.

Can Jake save JFK? Should he?

11/22/63 comes out November 8th, but you can find out more about the book and read an excerpt at

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Help Save Edgar Allan Poe's House & Museum

Money is tight everywhere these days, but that’s no reason to deprive people of a little bit of history. The writings of Edgar Allan Poe continue to inspire authors even today, and you can help keep the doors of the Poe House and Museum open to the public.
To better explain the fund-raising mission of Literary Landmark Press, I’m going to turn things over to WJ Rosser.

Why Should We Preserve Poe’s Baltimore House?

The city of Baltimore was forced by budget constraints to eliminate funding for the Baltimore Poe House and Museum.  The house is a National Landmark.  Although its landmark status will prevent redevelopment or demolition, the funding paid for maintenance and to keep the museum open for visitors.  Without the funds, it’s just a house with locked doors.

Why is this place special?  Poe’s museum in Richmond Virginia is far more famous and is located in a nicer neighborhood.  Why should we care about the house in Baltimore?  It’s a fair question, and there are great answers.

The house in Baltimore is where Poe made his first forays into writing.  He wrote the critical short story MS. Found in a Bottle at this location, winning a contest by the Baltimore Sunday Visitor before appearing in its pages in 1833.  Kenneth Silverman, in his biography Edgar A. Poe: Mournful and Never-ending Remembrance (published by Harper Perennial in 1991) indicates that the story influenced further ocean tragedy tales, most notably Herman Melville’s Moby Dick.  Joseph Conrad lauded its value, and many critics point to it as the story that launched Poe’s career as a writer.  Poe also wrote a great many poems and literary essays in this location.

Literary Landmark Press is putting together an anthology, the proceeds of which will go to the museum for its ongoing operation.  It’s one of the most rewarding literary endeavors I’ve had the privilege to undertake.  We’ve already received a number of great stories, and one of the foremost experts in the study of Edgar Allan Poe will be writing our introduction.  We’ve set very aggressive goals.  We’d like to sell ten thousand books.  That will allow us to present the museum with an entire year’s budget.
Nearly every genre of fiction and literary study owes a tremendous debt to Poe.  Here’s how you can help repay that debt.

Go to and preorder an anthology for early November delivery.  Heck, buy two or three.  You can also choose to buy some for the Museum.  That way, it gets the $8 or $9 from the first sale and then can resell the book to its patrons.
We’d really like to see one thousand books presold before the expected release on or about Halloween.  We’ve even been fortunate to get some help from a great company who’s arranging for us to have several e-readers to give away with some kind of a drawing among the folks who preorder.  Details on that are coming.

Once you’ve pre-ordered a copy, consider sending us a story or a poem to review.  Submissions will remain open until the end of September, and we’d love to see what you’ve got.

Monday, September 12, 2011

Sneak Peek at Books Releasing this Fall (Part One)

Is your favorite author coming out with a new book this fall?

Are you searching for a new author to read?

Well look no further! There are so many wonderful titles coming our way this fall that I can't list them all in one post, so I'm breaking them down into several parts over the next few weeks. This week we will focus on adult fiction.

What did I find, you ask? Let's take a look.

Explosive Eighteen by Janet Evanovich

The Litigators by John Grisham

Zero Day by David Baldacci

Kill Alex Cross by James Patterson

The Next Always: Book One of the Inn BoonsboroTrilogy by Nora Roberts

The Best of Me by Nicholas Sparks

Kill Shot by Vince Flynn

11/22/63 by Stephen King

The Drop by Michael Connelly

V is for Vengeance by Sue Grafton

Shock Wave by John Sandford

Red Mist by Patricia Cornwell

The Christmas Wedding by James Patterson

Bonnie by Iris Johansen

The Detachment by Barry Eisler

Devil's Gate by Clive Cussler

Bring Me Home for Christmas by Robyn Carr

Lord John and the Scottish Prisoner by Diana Gabaldon

Hotel Vendome by Danielle Steel
77 Shadow Street by Dean Koontz

The Tehran Initiative by Joel C Rosenberg

Spirit Bound by Christine Feehan

The Guardian by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Micro by Michael Crichton

The Strangers on Montagu Street by Karen White

Double Dexter by Jeff Lindsay

Do you see something you'd like to read? If you did, let us know which titles you're excited to read. We can add the titles you're interested in to our wish list.

Next up:

"Fall Sneak Peek" Part Two-- Fall 2011 Young Adult (Teen) titles that will blow your mind.

Happy Reading!!