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Nate Hunter has no desire to visit Chiapas, Mexico. It's 1993, dawn of the Internet Age, and his star as a brilliant computer engineer is on the rise. He wants to stay put, focus on work. But his wife, Sarah, a dedicated nurse, wants to save the world. Invited to join a mission trip to the village of Mirador, deep in the Lacandon Jungle, she decides she's going, and Nate won't let her go alone. He knows the looming enactment of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is causing unrest among the campesinos and the government is cracking down on protests. The pastor leading the trip insists it's safe, but beneath the surface calm, rebellion is brewing, and an army of peasants calling themselves Zapatistas is preparing for war.
||The Last Thunk|
THUNK! It's the sweet sound an ad-packed magazine makes when it's dropped on a table. At glitzy Carlyle Nash Media, it's the sound of success. And star publisher Mitch Blake has been happily hearing it for a decade. But when the heavily hyped debut issue of World Magazine gets panned in the press and advertisers start to flee, Mitch must control the damage. Can he right the ship and protect his reputation?
||Mind Control Empire|
After the American financial collapse and the great rebuilding, Dr. Donald Isaacson finds himself second-in-command of the Mental Stewardship (Mind Control) section in the sovereign Intelligence Community of the territorially-redefined continent. When faced with the sudden murder of ten senior stewards at an isolated mountain cabin, Isaacson must use his wits and an array of current and covert technologies to hunt down the perpetrators ÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â¢ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ã‚Â¬ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã‚Â all while protecting the integrity of his own mind in a world that seeks to control it.
||Out From the Underworld|
Heather Siegel was six years old when her mother disappeared, sending her father into a tailspin that took Heather and her siblings down with him -- from a comfortable suburban home to a barely habitable basement apartment, a dark world they soon found themselves fighting to return to from the exile of foster care, then fighting even harder to escape.
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||Sweet Survival, Tales of Cooking & Coping|
"I grew up eating chocolate mousse with a silver teaspoon." So begins the title essay from this delightful compilation -- two parts memoir, one part cookbook from Laura Zinn Fromm. A former award-winning journalist and self-described sugar addict, Fromm is both funny and frank in this moving account of trying to find comfort in a family fraught with mental illness. These essays are warm and generous, as are her recipes and cooking advice. You'll find everything in here, from baking for a Nobel Prize winner to courting a kidnapper; mastering a mousse soufflé to roasting a chicken in milk. Fromm writes about her life with a tenderness and tenacity, and about food with a devotion and sensuality that will inspire even the most kitchen-phobic among us to bolt for our sauté pans. If food is love, Fromm depicts cooking as even lovelier.
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This insightful, bawdy, heartbreaking true story about writers and the thirst for fame introduces readers to unforgettable characters including a young James Jones, Norman Mailer and Montgomery Clift -- and to Lowney T. Handy, the woman who runs the retreat.
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