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- Eat for Heat: The Metabolic Approach to Food and Drink by Matt Stone 
- The Definitive Way to go Gluten Free by Joe Rignola 
- The Writer’s Book of Inspiration: Quites on Writing and the Literary Life by Stephanie Gunning 
- Chasing the Dragon: Running to Get High by Mark Matthews 
- Chocolate at Home: How to Make your own Homemade Chocolate Creations out of Nature’s Most Complex and Antioxidant-Rich Food by Ben Hirshberg 
- Scrap Drives and Milkweed, Growing up Poor in the Forties by T. Emerson May 
- The Modern Nomad’s Backpack: A Guide to Packing Light for Round the World Travel by Anne Richardson 
- The Mind Readers by Lori Brighton (YA paranormal romance) [1,059]
- A Deadly Distance (Jack Noble #2) by L.T. Ryan (Action/Adventure) 
- Let Us Prey (Book 1, Gotcha Detective Agency Mysteries) by Jamie Lee Scott (Mystery) 
- A Stranger in the Family (Book 1, Bardville, Wyoming Trilogy) by Patricia McLinn (Romance) 
- Confessions of a Courtesan by Elizabeth Charles (Historical fiction) 
- Losing It All by Marsha Cornelius (Drama) 
- The Pack: Winter Kill by Mike Oliveri (Horror/Crime thriller) 
- Hyperbole by Ryan Parmenter (Dark humor/Satire) 
- Token (Token Chronicles) by Ryan Gressett (Dystopian science fiction) 
- Child Witch Kinshasa by Mike Ormsby (Literary fiction) 
- More Than Things: A Children’s Book about Gifts by Jen Burns (Children’s fiction) 
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