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The Boy In The Headlights

Author : Samuel Bjork
ISBN : 9781473508651
Genre : Fiction
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The bestselling series, a former Richard and Judy bookclub pick, returns with another chilling case. ‘Gives Jo Nesbo a run for his money’ Sunday Express Munch and Krüger. An unexpected pairing. A brilliant team. Winter 1996. An old man is driving home when his headlights catch an animal on the empty road up ahead. He stamps hard on the brakes. But it is not an animal at all. It is a young boy, frightened and alone, with a set of deer antlers strapped firmly to his head. Fourteen years later, a body is found in a mountain lake. Within weeks, three people have died. Each time, the killer has left a clue, inviting Special Investigations Detectives Munch and Krüger to play a deadly game – a game they cannot possibly win. Against the most dangerous and terrifying kind of serial killer. One who chooses their victims completely at random. To find the killer they must look deep within their own dark pasts, but how can you stop a murderer when you cannot begin to predict their next move?
Category: Fiction

The Boy Who Couldn T Sleep And Never Had To

Author : DC Pierson
ISBN : 9780307474629
Genre : Fiction
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A wildly original and hilarious debut novel about the typical high school experience: the homework, the awkwardness, and the mutant creatures from another galaxy. When Darren Bennett meets Eric Lederer, there's an instant connection. They share a love of drawing, the bottom rung on the cruel high school social ladder and a pathological fear of girls. Then Eric reveals a secret: He doesn’t sleep. Ever. When word leaks out about Eric's condition, he and Darren find themselves on the run. Is it the government trying to tap into Eric’s mind, or something far darker? It could be that not sleeping is only part of what Eric's capable of, and the truth is both better and worse than they could ever imagine. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Fiction

Deer In The Headlights

Author : Levi Johnston
ISBN : 9781451651676
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Levi Johnston—best known as Bristol Palin’s baby daddy and Sarah Palin’s favorite whipping boy—sets out to clear his name and, with any luck, end his run as Alaska’s most hated man. Promising hockey player and Governor Sarah Palin’s almost son-in-law, Levi Johnston was eighteen when Palin became the vice presidential nominee. His unique place as Bristol’s live-in boyfriend provided him a true insider’s view of what was going on behind closed doors at the Palin household. And how Sarah’s public views were often at odds with her home values. It makes it all the more curious that Sarah eventually turned her anger directly on Levi, after losing her ticket to the White House. After being bullied, lied about, and outspent in the courts when he attempted to bond with his new son, Tripp, Levi Johnston now is ready to set the record straight. Deer in the Headlights is a poignant, at times very funny, and fascinating tale of a boy thrust into the media spotlight and now figuring out how to be an adult and a dad. Johnston, ever honest, had a unique window into Palintology at a critical time; he sat in the family’s living room and paid attention. Not bitter and never petty, Johnston shares his story. As Lawrence O’Donnell of MSNBC so aptly put it: “I love that kid. He’s honest, he’s straightforward, he’s not embarrassed.”
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Boy Next Door

Author : Katie Van Ark
ISBN : 9781250061782
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Maddy Spier's been in love with the boy next door forever. As his figure skating partner she spends time in his arms every day. But she's also seen his arms around other girls—lots of other girls. How can she make him realize that they can be partners off the ice as well? Gabe's relationship with Maddy is vital. He can't imagine skating with anyone else, and together they have a real chance at gold–maybe even making it to the Olympics! So he's decided to think of her as a sister. After all, family is forever, but he's never dated anyone for more than two weeks. Then their coach assigns a new romantic skating program, and everything changes. Will this be the big break that Maddy's been hoping for or the big break-up that Gabe has always feared?
Category: Young Adult Fiction

The Boy

Author : Dan Porat
ISBN : 1429989343
Genre : History
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A cobblestone road. A sunny day. A soldier. A gun. A child, arms high in the air. A moment captured on film. But what is the history behind arguably the most recognizable photograph of the Holocaust? In The Boy: A Holocaust Story, the historian Dan Porat unpacks this split second that was immortalized on film and unravels the stories of the individuals—both Jews and Nazis—associated with it. The Boy presents the stories of three Nazi criminals, ranging in status from SS sergeant to low-ranking SS officer to SS general. It is also the story of two Jewish victims, a teenage girl and a young boy, who encounter these Nazis in Warsaw in the spring of 1943. The book is remarkable in its scope, picking up the lives of these participants in the years preceding World War I and following them to their deaths. One of the Nazis managed to stay at large for twenty-two years. One of the survivors lived long enough to lose a son in the Yom Kippur War. Nearly sixty photographs dispersed throughout help narrate these five lives. And, in keeping with the emotional immediacy of those photographs, Porat has deliberately used a narrative style that, drawing upon extensive research, experience, and oral interviews, places the reader in the middle of unfolding events.
Category: History

The Boy Beside Me

Author : Mandy Lauren Sellers
ISBN : 9780595097272
Genre : Fiction
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The Boy Beside Me is a coming-of-age novel that does not sugarcoat the experiences of growing up. It is a story that deals with trust, forgiveness and the most important challenge of being accepted by others and oneself. Seventeen-year-old Mercedes Albright is a small-town girl who lives life the way she pleases, no matter what anyone thinks. With her best childhood friend Kevin Dobner beside her, she gives no thought to the opinions of her peers梐nd really has no opinion of herself either. Troubled by her apathy about life and her future, Kevin takes it upon himself to make her see she is worth more than which she gives herself credit. With Kevin抯 support, she begins to grow out of her insecurities and realizes whom she is and what she has to offer the world. Through a warm, tumultuous and heartbreaking relationship with him, Mercedes learns about life and confidence until the recklessness of her past is nothing but a distant memory. And she learns that love, while not always perfect, takes the honesty of two people and the understanding of two hearts.
Category: Fiction

The Boy Who Was Shanghaied

Author : Angelo J. Kaltsos
ISBN : 9781491741269
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Raised by his father during the depression, author Angelo J. Kaltsos chronicles memories from his childhood through his adult years of traveling and work in The Boy Who Was Shanghaied. After his mother left the family when he was just eighteen months old, he and his older sister were raised by their father. Later, they were the subjects of a custody battle when their father’s ability to take care of them adequately was challenged by child services and he lost the court case. The children spent a year in an institution, a foster home, and then returned to their father, ultimately running away at the ages of fourteen (Angelo) and sixteen (his sister) to find a better life. In a series of short stories, he talks about the jobs he held prior and post WW II, then his travels after his army tour. The Boy Who Was Shanghaied is the true story of a young man who fought against very tough odds to build a successful life as an educator and researcher.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind

Author : William Kamkwamba
ISBN : 9781101637425
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Now a Netflix film starring and directed by Chiwetel Ejiofor, this is a gripping memoir of survival and perseverance about the heroic young inventor who brought electricity to his Malawian village. When a terrible drought struck William Kamkwamba's tiny village in Malawi, his family lost all of the season's crops, leaving them with nothing to eat and nothing to sell. William began to explore science books in his village library, looking for a solution. There, he came up with the idea that would change his family's life forever: he could build a windmill. Made out of scrap metal and old bicycle parts, William's windmill brought electricity to his home and helped his family pump the water they needed to farm the land. Retold for a younger audience, this exciting memoir shows how, even in a desperate situation, one boy's brilliant idea can light up the world. Complete with photographs, illustrations, and an epilogue that will bring readers up to date on William's story, this is the perfect edition to read and share with the whole family.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction


Author : Patrick Flanery
ISBN : 9780857896636
Genre : Fiction
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In her garden, ensconced in the lush vegetation of the Western Cape, Clare Wald, world-renowned author, mother, critic, takes up her pen and confronts her life. Sam Leroux has returned to South Africa to embark upon a project that will establish his reputation - he is to write Clare's biography. But how honest is she prepared to be? Was she complicit in crimes lurking in South Africa's past; is she an accomplice or a victim? Are her crimes against her family real or imagined? In the stories she weaves and the truth just below the surface of her shimmering prose, lie Sam's own ghosts.
Category: Fiction