The Last Patriot

THE LAST PATRIOT. Brad Thor, master of suspense and New York Times bestselling author of The First Commandment, returns with his highest-voltage thriller to date. In a pulse-pounding, adrenaline-charged tour de force, Navy SEAL turned covert Homeland Security operative Scot Harvath must race to locate an ancient secret that has the power to stop militant Islam dead in its tracks.

Check out this great online price of $18.20 for this super-thriller hardcover.

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Breaking Dawn

Stephenie Meyer has another winner in this number 4 of the Twilight series. Twilight tempted the imagination. New Moon made readers thirsty for more. Eclipse turned the saga into a worldwide phenomenon. And now, the book that everyone has been waiting for. Breaking Dawn, the final book in the #1 bestselling Twilight Saga, will take your breath away. Age Range: 12 and up. Book goes on sale August 2.

Be sure and get this terrific sequel to the Twilight series. B & N has a great online price. Click here.\

Squares Are Not Bad

A fun book for children where Triangles, Circles and Rectangles (who all live in different towns) learn to work together to make new shapes and pictures. They learn that they are much better together. Cute presentation. Drawings and shapes.

This is a great old children’s book with a terrific message. As well as teaching and working with shapes and colors, it teaches the children to overlook differences and see the potential for new, exciting experiences.

High and Mighty

High and MightyHigh and Mighty chronicles the dangerous rise of the SUV. The Sports Utility Vehicle has taken over America’s roads. What does that mean? These gas guzzling, unsafe vehicles, says author Keith Bradsher, are much worse than cars for the safety of their occupants, other motorists, pedestrians and the planet. A scathing indictment against the manufacturers – and the public. Both, he says have combined to create a highway “arms race” that puts us all in danger. Read it and weep.

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Martin the Warrior: A Tale From Redwall

Martin the Warrior is a wonderfully imaginative plot from best-selling author, Brian Jacques. The shadow of the great fortress, Marshank falls on the Eastern Sea. A stoat named Badrang holds dozens of creatures as slaves, part of his scheme to build an empire. Among the slaves is a mouse named Martin who has a warriors heart and a longing for freedom. There is no risk he won’t take, no battle he will not fight to end Badrang’s evil reign and reclaim the sword of his father, Luke the Warrior, that was stolen by the stoat.

Great fantasy story with strong characters. Fast moving, well plotted. Excellent addition for the Fantasy fans.

Family Trust

Family Trust is the hilarious new entry from the author of “Legally Blonde.” Becca Reinhart has no desire to marry, raise a family or anything else than keeping up with her fast track, Wall Street job. Neither does playboy Edward Kirkland. Until Emily. A quirk of fate gives them joint custody of the precocious little girl. Now the two find themselves sharing the trials and tribulations of parenthood, naptime, playdates, preschool and more. Amid all this chaos, the two discover something else. Guess what?

Opal

OPAL is an intriguing look at one of the early twentieth centuries most enigmatic personalities. In 1920, America was captivated by the diary of Opal Whiteley, a young woman from a small logging town in Oregon. The diary chronicled Opal’s adventures at the age of seven. Hailed as a revealing portrait of a child’s relationship to God and nature, it was a huge success.

Then it was dismissed as a hoax. Today, Opal’s diary has been rediscovered and has touched many hearts. But Opal, herself, remains a mystery. Was she a prophet, early environmentalist, mad woman, lost princess – or fraud?

“Opal” sheds new light on one of the most intriguing literary mysteries of the twentieth century.