When a terrifying new force enters New York on a Boeing 777, the infection control team at the CDC has to fight a growing epidemic that is a more than just a threat to New York; it’s a threat to humanity as whole.
Twentysomething-who-hates-her-life Jordan Landeau just can’t find the strength to stop being a doormat. When the opportunity arises to change her life, she takes it. But at what cost?
Come along as a “martini explorer” finds his way to the lost city of Machu Picchu, following in the footsteps of a man who was arguably one of the best explorers to walk the wilderness of Peru.
Learn about ancient Gaulic culture from a first-century philosopher,. Read about conquest, religion, tribes, families, and druidic practice.
Whip through a collection of funny, relatable, short stories by Mindy Kaling from “The Office” with this hilariously relatable collection of personal stories that give you more than a glimpse into the life and times of a Hollywood writer, actor, and producer.
With this heartwarming story of belonging, searching, and love, you get a glimpse into the mind of a wonderful pup that goes by many different names throughout many different lifetimes, each previous life building on the next.
When a high-profile District Attorney is brutally murdered in his own home, the whole town is in an uproar. A clinical psychologist may have a new client that knows who is behind the attack, and who the next victim is, but how can he warn people without breaching his patient confidentiality?
Wonder Woman was created in 1941 during the birth of feminism and the fight for reproductive rights that is still waging today. In this historically accurate work, meet Wonder Woman’s creator and the incredible women who inspired the most famous female superhero of all time.
This revealing memoir takes us deep into the rather messed up mind of Portia de Rossi during her younger years where we watch her struggles culminate in a life-threatening eating disorder disguised as a healthy diet.
After Sherlock Holmes refuses to take on a case for a client who desperately needs his help, Mrs. Hudson and Mary Watson take pity and promise to solve the case–without any help from Mr. Sherlock Holmes.