Raised by her father and the Kipsigis tribe in 1920s Kenya, Beryl endures painful losses before entering a passionate love triangle and discovering her unconventional true calling. By the New York Times best-selling author of The Paris Wife.
While struggling to complete his final month of high school, Zack glimpses a UFO that exactly resembles an enemy ship from his favorite video game. He questions his sanity before becoming one of millions of gamers tasked with protecting the Earth during an alien invasion.
After meeting as young children in a hospital, a wealthy girl with a congenital heart defect and an underprivileged boy with athletic talents meet periodically over the course of three decades before considering whether their growing affections will overcome their differences.
Gabriel Allon investigates the murder of the former princess of England and enlists the help of Christopher Keller, a British commando turned professional assassin, to track down master bomb maker Eamon Quinn.
Taking place in the American Southwest, an anthology of short stories, celebrating the author's trademark blend of humor and melancholy, finds miracles in everyday life and uncovers moments of grace in cafeterias, laundromats, homes of the upper class and hotel dining rooms.
While pursuing terrorists responsible for two high-tech attacks and an assassination, detective Michael Bennett realizes that the attacks are a prelude to a bigger and more devastating event.
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