Trout Tips by Trout Unlimited, given in memory of Butch Hester, is a comprehensive volume of tips and tactics for anglers from every region of the country, whether a beginning angler or an experienced fisherman, thoroughly covering all aspects of fly-fishing.
Between Heaven and the Real World by Christian singer Steven Curtis Chapman has been donated in memory of Curt Brooks, and openly shares the incredible highs to earth-shaking lows that have shaped the singer’s faith, family, and music, offering inspiration and great hope.
Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging by Sebastian Junger explores what we can learn from tribal societies about loyalty, belonging, and the eternal human quest for meaning. It explains the irony that — for many veterans as well as civilians — war feels better than peace, adversity can turn out to be a blessing, and disasters are sometimes remembered more fondly than weddings or tropical vacations. TRIBE explains why we are stronger when we come together, and how that can be achieved even in today’s divided world.
The Best in Things in Life are Free by Lonely Planet is packed full of money-saving tips, tricks, and recommendations for the best-value sights and experiences around the world. From parks, museums, and exercise classes that are free, to insider ideas on food and experiences offered at a great value, this book features over 60 major cities around the world and promises to help any traveler on a budget to make the most of their trip.
Trial Run and Flash Point are the first two volumes of Thomas Locke’s “Fault Lines” series, taking a thrilling psychological journey into the mind, testing the limits of consciousness. Trial Run finds Reese Clawson’s work crashing into boundaries of secrets and lies, as she scrambles to maintain control of her experiments, drawing in a thrill junkie with altered brain chemistry, a scientist working on remote-viewing technology, and a math prodigy whose algorithms subvert computer encryption. Flash Point continues to follow Reese, now paired with financial analyst Lena Fennan who accepts a mysterious invitation to take a leap into the unknown, taking her to the brink of destruction. As time and space become jumbled, Lena and Reese are pulled into a collision course that could alter the parameters of human consciousness.
Eggshells by Caitriona Lally shares a whimsical jaunt through Dublin, where Vivian doesn’t feel like she fits in – and never has – even being told by her parents that she was “left by fairies.” Now living alone, the neighbors treat her as if she’s crazy, her sister condescends her, social workers seem to have registered her as troubled, and she hasn’t a friend in the world. Deciding it’s time to change her life, Vivian advertises for a friend and roams the city, seeking her escape route to a better world, the other world her parents said she came from. Then one day someone named Penelope answers her ad for a friend and Vivian’s life begins to change.