Sherzai, Dean, author
Food is the first line of defense for preventing Alzheimer's disease, dementia, and cognitive decline. For Dr. Dean Sherzai and Dr. Ayesha Sherzai, specialists in Alzheimer research and treatment, a brain-healthy diet = better cognition, improved memory, symptom-reversal, and a brighter future free of disease. Dean and Ayesha have developed a ground breaking program, the NEURO PlanóNutrition, Exercise, Unwind, Restore, and Optimize - to help protect and maintain brain health, and it starts with just 30 days of change.
Mortimer, Frank, author
Master Beekeeper Frank Mortimer invites readers on an eye-opening journey into the secret world of bees, and the singular world of his fellow bee-keepers. In connecting with this club of disparate but kindred spirits, Frank discovers the centuries-old history of the trade; the practicality of maintaining it; what bees see, think, and feel; how they talk to each other and socialize; and what can be done to combat their biggest threats, both human and mite.
Ward, J. R., 1969- author
Ever since her sister was murdered at the club, Helaine has been committed to finding the killer, no matter the danger she faces. When she crosses paths with Boone, she doesn't know whether to trust him or not - and then she has no choice. As she herself becomes a target, and someone close to the Brotherhood is identified as the prime suspect, the two must work to together to solve the mystery - before it's too late.
Sabic-El-Rayess, Amra, author
In Bihac, Bosnia, in 1992, sixteen-year-old Amra and her family face starvation and the threat of brutal ethnic violence as Serbs and Bosnians clash, while a stray cat, Maci, provides solace.
Graham, Heather, author.
On the edge of the Everglades, an eerie crime scene sets off an investigation that sends two agents deep into a world of corrupted faith, greed and deadly secrets.
Jenoff, Pam, author
1945. Surviving the brutality of a Nazi prison camp, Marta Nederman is lucky to have escaped with her life. She meets Paul, an American soldier who gives her hope of a happier future. But their plans to meet in London are dashed when Paul's plane crashes. Devastated and pregnant, Marta marries Simon, a caring British diplomat, and glimpses the joy that home and family can bring. Her happiness is threatened when she learns of a Communist spy in British intelligence-- and the one person who can expose the traitor is connected to her past.-- adapted from jacket.
McMahon, Jennifer, 1968- author
When social worker Jax receives nine missed calls from her older sister Lexie, she assumes that it's just another one of her sister's episodes. But the next day, Lexie is dead. When Jax returns to the house to go through her sister's things, she learns that Lexie was researching their family's and the house's history. And as Jax dives deeper into that research, she discovers that the land holds a far darker history than she could have ever imagined.
Gundry, Steven R., author
A new look at one of the top health issues plaguing Americans--fatigue--with a revolutionary plan for boosting energy and revitalizing mental and physical stamina.
Michaels, Fern, author
When Ellie Bowman awoke, all she knew for certain was that her boyfriend, Rick, was missing. Ellie starts over in rural Missouri and, little by little, she’s being drawn back into the world through the neighbours and community around her, realizing that everyone has their own fears and obstacles to contend with. But when Ellie hears that Rick has resurfaced, her nightmares return, and with them, small snippets of memory. Ellie wants to move forward with her life, but first she must find the courage to look into her past, no matter what she finds there.
Thayne, RaeAnne, author
Jessica Clayton, whose parents died under traumatizing circumstances, reevaluates her life on the road when she unexpectedly falls in love and reconnects with her sister, whose marriage is failing in the wake of a devastating diagnosis.
Patterson, James, 1947-, author
Launching an investigation of his own when his instincts tell him that more is behind a political shooting on Chicago's west side, SOS Detective Billy Harney uncovers a spate of murders connected to his troubled past.
Kelly, Martha Hall, author
"Sunflower Sisters is a work of fiction. All incidents and dialogue, and all characters with the exception of some well-known historical figures, are products of the author's imagination and are not to be construed as real : As we roamed the neat brick streets of Charleston, past filigreed fences and palmetto trees, the atmosphere so gentle and refined, we never dreamed we'd stumble headlong into hell. Mother, my sister Georgy and I had come from New York City to visit friends. We stepped out to make our morning calls, admiring the pretty houses, one fanlight-windowed vestibule handsomer than the next. We left Mother's ecru cards on the silver trays. Mrs. Charles Woolsey 8 Bervoort Place, New York City"-- Provided by publisher.
Friedman, Michaël, 1968- author.
After Dr. Michaël Friedman was diagnosised with multiple sclerosis, he set out on a decade-long mission to find his own cure for the disease. Dr. Friedman presents a daily protocol for MS patients, including diet, supplement, detoxification, and hormone strategies; mindfulness therapy; physical therapy; and a wide range of beneficial lifestyle adjustments related to exercise, sleep routines, time management, stress management, and more. He also offers special advice for supporting healthy bladder and bowel function and improving oxygen supply.