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Memories Are Made of This Danny K. Louie
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Size: 5.25" x 8"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Dax Wong survived growing up in Seattle during the turbulent 60's – dealing with the trials of adolescence mixed together with his Chinese/European heritage. After graduation, Dax found himself the proud owner of a 1960’s-70’s retro-shop in the heart of Seattle’s Alki Beach. Dax also enjoys sleuthing around, helping people retrieve stolen items or recovering money lost to scams. He aids those who are weak and powerless by using “creative” ways to fight against those who consider themselves above the law. Dax stumbles onto the world of modern-day robber barons and discovers a connection to an unrequited love from the past. Will his quest for love turn out deadly? How far will he go for ...
Namja Academy Fahmida Akthar
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
This story tells the journey of Kyungsoo and his fateful encounter with his childhood friend Yura, who he adored so much, only to find that she has become a dark void in his life. Kyungsoo enters Namja Academy, a boarding school for misbehaved children, and unravels his mysteries about the students around him, including Yura.
PI Chronicles I : Legends of a Black PI K.A Graves, MSW
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781648580741
This book opens up the readers eyes to what a PI may go through on a daily basis. Through dealing with a variety of personalities, sketchy situations while trying to decipher what the truth is if any. This PI had to look over his shoulder daily due to the circling vultures looking to make a come up in the PI realm.
The Reeducation Of A Turd Peddler John Graham
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Size: 5" x 8"
Binding: Perfect Bound
When the founder of the California missions, Junipero Serra, has his heart cut out the day of his death in 1784, it is stuck in a ceramic jar, and rode off on horseback. Within the day, it is lost and for the next two hundred years the heart, floating in brandy, is handed from owner to owner until it ends up at the El Fornio Historical Society in modern day California. During the annual Old Spanish Days festival, the heart is stolen and curator Hank Peabody, Jr., and his “cousin” Janet Librado are called to action with their band of misfit friends to find the thief of the heart and set things right. “Whoever controls the heart” Janet reminds Hank, “Controls history.” Hank, however ...
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