July 30, 2017

Celine by Peter Heller pairs Celine, an elegant, aristocratic private eye who specializes in reuniting families, with Gabriela, a young woman searching for her father, a nature photographer who may or may not have been mauled and eaten by bears in Yellowstone. Investigating a trail grown cold, it soon becomes clear the two women are being followed– and this is a case someone desperately wants to keep closed.

The Teton Bunch by Les Savage, Jr. encompasses three western stories, tales that find men drawn into desperate situations and forced to use their guns to stop those who are motivated by greed. Town of Twenty Triggers tracks an unlikely duo in the small ranching town of Benton, where a card shark “the Joker” begins to claim the town as his own but finds his fiendish plans thwarted by his traveling companion, a man with a moral conscience. Where Hell’s Coyotes Howl plants factions against one another as the Pacific Railroad tries to obtain a right of way through Apache Gap to avoid laying an extra 200 miles of track – however, a teenage girl may own the deed. The Teton Bunch is all a matter of following the money – 630 gold double eagles stolen in 1882. One of the robbers, now a small rancher, is believed to be hiding the money, and the other gang members try forcing him to give over their share.

Rescue Me by Christian fiction author Susan May Warren shows Deputy Sam Brooks believes Sierra Rose is the perfect girl for him, safe, practical, and organized, nothing like her hippie, impulsive, bleeding heart sister, Willow. But Willow’s been in love with him for years. When they are stranded in the forbidding wilderness of Glacier National Park with a group of terrified teenagers, they must fight to survive, and may just discover a new hope for love.

Store This, Not That by food storage experts Crystal Godfrey and Debbie Kent will help you quickly decipher what you should and should not be storing, empowering you with the savvy tricks and insider information it takes to store the correct food, get the best prices, and in the end, how to make something your family would actually eat.

Bizarre Competitions by Richard Happer describes 101 bizarre and eccentric events that call themselves “World Championships”; open to anyone who dares to try but also shows skill, passion, and even a little madness. Swamp snorkeling, extreme ironing, coal carrying, and pantomime horseracing are just a few of the weird ways to gain ultimate glory. Or perhaps outhouse racing, alligator wrestling, or even a game of rock, paper, scissors is more your style.

The World’s Most Beautiful National Parks by Elena Bianchi abounds with illustrations that pay tribute to amazing national parks in seven continents. Embark on a journey to arctic stretches in Alaska, the world’s largest protected tropical area in Brazil, volcanoes in Iceland covered with glaciers, and African parks traversed by immense herds of animals in search of water and pastures while being hunted by ruthless predators.