November 5, 2017

Romeo’s Hammer by James Scott Bell takes you on a thrill ride when Mike Romeo finds a woman staggering on the beach like a drunk – but it’s not alcohol that’s in her – it’s poison. After getting her to the hospital, Romeo figures that’s the end of the matter. When the woman goes missing, Romeo is hired to find her and becomes involved with a strange mix of L.A.’s odd and downright dangerous characters.

Trap the Devil by Ben Coes reveals a plan hatched by some of the most powerful people in the government, military, and private sector – a plan to quietly take over the reins of the U.S. government and start a bloody, brutal war on an unimaginable scale. Dewey Andreas is sent to be an extra layer of security for the Secretary of State when the mission goes wrong and he is left trying to unravel the plot before the conspirators succeed in killing millions of innocents.

Ascension of Larks by Rachel braids the strands of enduring friendship, family ties, and the complexities of love when globetrotting photographer Magdalena Henry loses the only man she’s ever loved. Risking her stellar career, Magdalena finds she must provide stability and care for his widow and young children on a remote island in the Pacific Northwest.

Death Rides the Rails by James J. Griffin takes place in Texas, 1874. Where Texas Ranger Jim Blawcyzk is riding the El Paso Limited en route to a routine assignment … until the train is wrecked and robbed. What at first appears to be an isolated train robbery leads him to a much larger plot to destroy the Texas and Pacific Railroad and puts a target on his back.

This Life I Live by Rory Feek presents the true story of singer Joey Martin and her songwriter husband Rory Feek, enjoying a steadily growing fan base in country music and a baby daughter when Joey was diagnosed with a rapidly spreading cancer. From his blogs about the final months of Joey’s life, Rory shares his own challenging life story and helps us not only to connect more fully to his and Joey’s story but also to our own journeys, showing what can happen when we are fully open in life’s key moments.

Enlightened Aging by Eric B. Larson, MD and Joan DeClaire welcomes you to the age of enlightenment, how to proactively age with an attitude, and discover aging on its own terms. While offering practical advice for growing old with resilience and foresight, they examine the scientific evidence behind new perspectives on building physical, mental, and social reserves, giving ideas for building better communities for our aging population.