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I Swear to Tell the Tooth: Humorous (and Sometimes Touching) Tales from a Globe-Trotting Dentist’s Storied Life (Tooth Is Stranger Than Fiction Book 1)

by Dr. Carroll James
4.5 stars – 2 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Quirky patients, one-of-a-kind employees, and farm animals set the stage for this humorous, tender, and sometimes irreverent saga of Dr. Carroll James’s dental practice. Headphone-clad patients bop in the dental chair while Dr. James tries to work on the moving target; a long-timer happily drops her pants to show off her latest surgical scar; and a lost cell phone drops out of a patient’s boxer shorts.

You just can’t make this stuff up.

Working from his rural home office, Dr. James juggles family, patients, staff, and occasional livestock as he struggles to maintain his professional decorum. After thirty years of scatterbrained staff and distinct clientele, he often finds himself simply shaking his head with a laugh. Alongside the colorful assistants and hilarious antics, we learn just how challenging–and perilous–dental school can be, as well as witness the acquisition of a half-built farmette certain to take years to finish, a few errant horses, an intriguing trip to Russia with US-USSR Bridges for Peace, and poignant lessons that, when you’re not chuckling at the author’s childhood (and sometimes adult) mischief, are sure to touch your heart.

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Any Means Necessary (a Luke Stone Thriller—Book #1)

by Jack Mars
4.4 stars – 1,130 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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When nuclear waste is stolen by jihadists in the middle of the night from an unguarded New York City hospital, the police, in a frantic race against time, call in the FBI. Luke Stone, head of an elite, secretive, department within the FBI, is the only man they can turn to. Luke realizes right away that the terrorists’ aim is to create a dirty bomb, that they seek a high-value target, and that they will hit it within 48 hours. A cat and mouse chase follows, pitting the world’s most savvy government agents versus its most sophisticated terrorists. As Agent Stone peels back layer after layer, he soon realizes he is up against a vast conspiracy, and that the target is even more high value than he could have imagined—leading all the way to the President of the United States. With Luke framed for the crime, his team threatened and his own family in danger, the stakes could not be higher. But as a former special forces commando, Luke has been in tough positions before, and he will not give up until he finds a way to stop them—using any means necessary. Twist follows twist as one man finds himself up against an army of obstacles and conspiracies, pushing even the limits of what he can handle, and culminating in a shocking climax.

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The Passage (The Wonderland Series: Book 1)

by Irina Shapiro
4.5 stars – 165 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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In the spring of 1685, Lord Hugo Everly, ardent supporter of the Protestant upstart the Duke of Monmouth, vanishes without a trace just before the Monmouth Rebellion, leaving future generations forever baffled as to what might have become of him. In 2013, while visiting Everly Manor as part of her job as a location scout for a film production company, Neve Ashley stumbles onto a secret passage that leads her into the seventeenth century and straight into the path of the ill-fated lord. Neve is able to return safely to her own time, but she can’t forget the man she met or the fate that’s about to befall him. Against her better judgment, Neve decides to go back and warn Hugo of impending danger, not realizing that she’s walking into danger herself, for history is never straightforward, and people’s motives not always what they appear to be. Taken hostage by the very man she was trying to save, Neve is trapped in the seventeenth century, her fate now intertwined with that of her captor, and the future something that neither one of them could have envisioned.

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Fight for Vengeance: Operation Underworld (Melody and Mateo Book 1)

by Elise Marion
4.6 stars – 8 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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This is book 1 in the Melody and Mateo trilogy, part of the Operation Underworld Series. FBI Agent Mateo Garcia has spent the past year working to bring down a serial killer known simply as ‘The Satanist’. But as time drags on with fewer and fewer leads, he begins to wonder if he will ever solve the case—that is, until his wife becomes the latest victim. With revenge consuming him and his daughter’s life in danger, Mateo is now more determined than ever to bring the murderer to justice. But how is The Satanist able to kill without leaving any evidence behind, and what does that mean for his investigation? When a mysterious invitation turns up on his doorstep, Mateo’s eyes are opened to a brand new world—one he never could have imagined, even in his worst nightmares. His suspect is actually a demon, and there’s only one way to bring him down: join Operation Underworld, a secret organization dedicated to policing paranormal entities. With the resources they offer, Mateo finally has what he needs to catch his wife’s murderer once and for all.

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Tammy Meets Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (The Wurtherington Diary Book 3)

by Reynold Jay
5.0 stars – 3 reviews
Lending: Enabled
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Ride on a magic carpet with Tammy Wurtherington, the legendary little doll girl, into the land of Arabian Nights. Like she did in The Declaration of Independence, she and her furry animal friends must “nudge” the space-time continuum and see that the world is returned to its proper order. In this magical tale, Mistress Wurtherington must see the the legendary gold of Mansa Musa is not stolen in the year 1324. Tammy is summoned to Kira by the kind sorceress, Lucinda and given a magic carpet and off she flies with Alfred the mouse, Zeke the orphaned opossum, and Cedric the comical mongoose.

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