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A brilliant night of stars and ice by Connolly, Rebecca, author. A brilliant night of stars and ice

"Based on the remarkable true story of the Carpathia--the only ship and her legendary captain who answered the distress call of the sinking Titanic. Just after midnight on April 15, 1912, the passenger steamship Carpathia receives a distress signal from the largest passenger liner ever built, RMS Titanic, which is on its maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York. Captain Arthur Rostron is awakened to an enormous maritime emergency with little information to guide his actions in answer

May 12, 2022
A gate at the stairs - a novel by Moore, Lorrie. A gate at the stairs - a novel

May 12, 2022
A man of legend by Broday, Linda, author. A man of legend

"Crockett Legend has always loved Paisley Mahone, but a family feud sure can ruin a romance. When her father turned against the powerful Legend clan, she took her family's side and broke Crockett's heart into pieces. Now her father's dead and Paisley andher last remaining brother are convinced the Legends are to blame. If only he can find a way to prove his innocence... A chance meeting throws the two warring hearts together, and when their train is held up by outlaws, Crockett and Paisley have

May 19, 2022
A trail of crab tracks - a novel by Nganang, Alain Patrice, author. A trail of crab tracks - a novel

"In this follow-up to When the Plums Are Ripe, Patrice Nganang writes of a sick father telling his son about the life he lived in Cameroon, the story of his family, the civil war, and his country"--

May 3, 2022
A very old man - stories by Svevo, Italo, 1861-1928, author. A very old man - stories

"A Very Old Man collects five linked stories, parts of an unfinished novel that the great Triestine writer Italo Svevo wrote at the end of his life, when the international success of Zeno's Conscience in 1923 had put an end to decades of literary neglectand set his imagination free. Here Svevo revisits with new vigor and agility themes that fascinated him from the start--aging, deceit, and self-deception, as well as the fragility, fecklessness, and plain foolishness of the bourgeois pater famili

May 5, 2022
A Woman's Battles and Transformations by Louis, edouard/ Aw, Tash (TRN) A Woman's Battles and Transformations

May 12, 2022
After the lights go out by Vercher, John, author. After the lights go out

"Xavier "Scarecrow" Wallace, a mixed-race MMA fighter on the wrong side of thirty, is facing the fight of his life. Xavier is losing his battle with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), or pugilistic dementia-a struggle he can no longer deny. Through the fog of memory loss, migraines, and paranoia, Xavier does his best to keep in shape while he waits for the call that will reinstate him after a year-long suspension. Until then, he watches his diet and trains every day at the Philadelphia gym

May 3, 2022
Afterlives by Gurnah, Abdulrazak, 1948- author. Afterlives

"From the winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature, a sweeping, multi-generational saga of displacement, loss, and love, set against the brutal colonization of east Africa. When he was just a boy, Ilyas was stolen from his parents on the coast of eastAfrica by German colonial troops. After years away, fighting against his own people, he returns home to find his parents gone and his sister, Afiya, abandoned into de facto slavery. Hamza too, is back from the war. He was not stolen but sold int

May 16, 2022
All the lights above us by Henry, M. B., author. All the lights above us

A story told in alternating view points describes the lives and experiences of five different women, including an American expatriate thriving as a Nazi radio propagandist, who must summon all their courage as they each try to survive D-Day in France 1944.

May 12, 2022
Alone with you in the ether by Blake, Olivie Alone with you in the ether

May 18, 2022
Amy & Lan by Jones, Sadie Amy & Lan

May 12, 2022
An island - a novel by Jennings, Karen, 1982- author. An island - a novel

"Samuel has lived alone on a small island off the coast of an unnamed African country for more than two decades. He tends to his garden, his lighthouse, and his chickens, content with a solitary life. Routinely, the nameless bodies of refugees wash ashore, but Samuel--who understands that the government only values certain lives, certain deaths--always buries them himself. One day, though, he finds that one of these bodies is still breathing. As he nurses the stranger back to life, Samuel--feeli

May 12, 2022
As sure as the dawn by Rivers, Francine, 1947- As sure as the dawn

May 3, 2022
Babysitter by Oates, Joyce Carol Babysitter

May 16, 2022
Back of beyond by Box, C. J, author. Back of beyond

May 12, 2022
Be Brief and Tell Them Everything by Listi, Brad Be Brief and Tell Them Everything

May 16, 2022
Ben and Beatriz by Gamarra, Katalina Ben and Beatriz

May 3, 2022
Big Red - a novel starring Rita Hayworth and Orson Welles by Charyn, Jerome, author. Big Red - a novel starring Rita Hayworth and Orson Welles

"Narrated by a starry-eyed lesbian, Big Red reimagines the tragic career of Rita Hayworth and her indomitable husband, Orson Welles. Set amidst the noir glamour of Hollywood's Golden Age, Big Red reenvisions the life of one of America's most enduring icons: Gilda herself, Rita Hayworth, whose fiery red hair and hypnotic dancing helped make her the quintessential movie star of the 1940s. With narrator Rusty Redburn-a feisty second-string gossip columnist from Kalamazoo tasked with spying on Haywo

May 16, 2022
Black Hamptons by Weber, Carl/ Hunt, La Jill Black Hamptons

May 19, 2022
Black Mouth by Malfi, Ronald Black Mouth

May 3, 2022

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