May 7, 2017

Summer Warpath by Wayne D. Overholser began in late spring of 1876 under the command of General George Crook. Three men–a scout, a soldier, and a reporter—find their lives forever changed after joining the devastating campaign whose sole purpose is to round up the wild tribes of the Cheyenne and Sioux and move them to reservations.

My Italian Bulldozer by Alexander McCall Smith delivers a series of laugh-out-loud adventures when writer Paul Stewart heads to the idyllic Italian town of Montalcino to finish his already overdue book. What should be the perfect escape from stressful city life quickly turns for the worse when no transportation is to be found other than a bulldozer. With little choice but to adapt, Paul trundles through the Tuscan countryside, making the best of what he has.

Cover Me in Darkness by Eileen Rendahl is filled with dark, emotion-filled suspense, as Amanda Sinclair, now working a quiet job in a small cosmetics company, tries to move beyond her past involvement in a cult that left her brother dead at their mother’s hand. When she learns of her mother’s suicide, Amanda seeks help to peel away the layers of secrets built between herself and her own past, and finds a truth almost too big to believe.

Mabel Dodge Luhan & Company: American Moderns and the West by Lois P. Rudnick takes a fascinating look into the life of Luhan, a political, social, and cultural visionary. From 1918 through 1947 she opened her home in Taos to a vast community of artists and writers from around the world, who found inspiration in the mesas, mountains, villages, and pueblos of northern New Mexico. Copious illustrations by major artists illuminate the regional, national, and international significance of Luhan’s life and legacy.

The Recovering Spender by Lauren Greutman is for the millions of Americans today that are near financial disaster, spending more than they are bringing in and losing control of their money – offering proven strategies to bring your budget back to black, get rid of bad money habits, pay down debt, and realize financial freedom.

50 States, 5000 Ideas by National Geographic showcases the best travel experiences in North America, from the obvious to the unexpected, including the world’s longest yard sale in Tennessee, dinosaur trails in Colorado, America’s oldest street in NYC, a string of lighthouses in Nova Scotia, and authentic Chinese night markets in British Columbia. Detailed travel information and fascinating facts will fuel your wanderlust and ensure the best vacation possible.

Before You Judge Me by Travis Smiley chronicles the sixteen weeks leading up to King of Pop Michael Jackson’s death, weeks filled with deep lows and soaring highs, a constant hunt for privacy, and the pressure and fame that made him socially fragile and almost–ultimately–unable to live.