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1. Holiday Recipes: 150 Easy Recipes and Gifts From Your Kitchen by Bonnie Scott
Give a gift of love this holiday season with homemade favorites from your kitchen. Everyone leads such busy lives, and gifts from your kitchen are thoughtful and much appreciated tokens of affection for family, friends and co-workers.
This 150 holiday recipe collection includes strategies to make your preparations easier, as well as tips to make your finished products tastier and more attractive. Holiday Recipes not only has 150 recipes for your holiday table, but has all kinds of ideas for gifts from your kitchen, including an internet address for free printables – Christmas cookie pouches, bag toppers and …
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2. The Negotiator (O’Malley) by Dee Henderson
He’s about to find out that falling in love with a hostage negotiator is one thing, but keeping her safe is another! Introducing the O’Malleys, an inspirational group of seven, all abandoned or orphaned as teens, who have made the choice to become a loyal and committed family.
They have chosen their own surname, O’Malley, and have stood by each other through moments of joy and heartache. Their stories are told in CBA best-selling …
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3. I Kill Me: Tales of A Jilted Hypochondriac by Tracy H. Tucker
Christine Bacon has a fatal attraction. To all things fatal. A veteran hypochondriac, her near-death experiences are exacerbated when her husband proposes they have a menage a trois with Eleanor, his busty British massage therapist, to “shake things up.” Christine reluctantly agrees (although she is more wholesome than threesome), never expecting just how much she’d be rattled.
As her marriage to Richard, a/k/a “Dick,” falls apart, so, too, does Christine, whose fear of her own demise causes her to research every freckle, blemish, cough, bump, lump, tingle and hiccup. She isn’t a doctor, but she plays one on the internet.
Free to download as of November 7th, 2012. Click I Kill Me: Tales of A Jilted Hypochondriac to find out if the ebook is still free.
4. Castaway Kid (Focus on the Family Books) by R. B. Mitchell
Rob Mitchell is one of the last “lifers” raised in an American orphanage. Left by a dysfunctional family in an Illinois children’s home, he grew up with kids who were not friends but rather “co-survivors.”
After becoming a Christian as a teenager, Rob found what he was looking for, home and family, in a relationship with God.
Rob was able to overcome his past, forgiving his relatives and forging healthy family relationships of his own.
Free to download as of November 7th, 2012. Click Castaway Kid (Focus on the Family Books) to find out if the ebook is still free.
5. Old World Murder (A Chloe Ellefson Mystery) by Kathleen Ernst
Trying to leave painful memories behind her, Chloe Ellefson is making a fresh start. She’s the new collections curator at Old World Wisconsin, an outdoor ethnic museum showcasing 1870s settlement life.
On her first day, Chloe meets with an elderly woman who begs her to find a priceless eighteenth-century Norwegian ale bowl that had been donated to the museum years ago. But before Chloe can find the heirloom and return it to her, the woman dies in a suspicious car crash.
Digging up the history and whereabouts of the rare artifact quickly turns dangerous. Chloe discovers that someone is desperately trying to cover up all traces of …
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