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New York Times bestselling author C.J. Box's novels have been called "red hot" (Booklist) and "edge-of-your-seat read[s]" (Omaha World-Herald). Now he delivers a novel that will steal your sleep as much as it will wrench your heart. Three Weeks to Say Goodbye is a novel about something that could be anyone's worst nightmare. . .
Jack and Melissa McGuane have spent years trying to have a baby. Finally their dream...
|Pub. Date||Edition||Publisher||Phys Desc.||Language||Availability|
|2020.||First edition.||Grand Central Publishing||309 pages ; 22 cm||English|| |
8 copies, 1 person is on the wait list.
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An adoption scam brings out the Sisterhood's righteous fury in this gripping thriller from the #1 New York Timesbestselling author of Vanishing Act.
After years of trying to become pregnant without success, Rachel Dawson and her husband Thomas felt their dreams had finally come true the day they brought home their newly adopted twin babies. Though the lawyer Baron Bell who arranged for the surrogate mother charged a hefty
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For as long as she can remember, sixteen-year-old Alex Kirtridge has known two things about herself: She's a stellar baseball player.
Gage Dekker still blames himself for the car accident that claimed the lives of his first wife and young son. Then he meets Anna, who understands grief all too well. Within a year, Gage and Anna are married. After a heartbreaking miscarriage, they begin the long adoption process, until fate brings Lily into their lives. Young, pregnant, and homeless, Lily agrees to give her baby to Gage and Anna in exchange for financial support. But something...
"I love Emily."—Madeleine L'Engle
Featuring one of L.M. Montgomery's most beloved characters, Emily Starr moves to New Moon Farm after the death of father, lost. But as she gets to know the people of New Moon she thinks she may end up finding a place to belong.
Orphaned after her father's death, thirteen-year-old Emily Starr is sent to live with her snobbish relatives at New Moon Farm. At first, Emily's miserable...
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