THERE’S ALWAYS A STORY
WAITING TO BE TOLD
THE EX TRAORDINARY LIFE OF
A BELOVED FIRST LADY
In her deeply personal memoir, Laura Bush writes
for the ;rst time about her life before being thrust
into the public spotlight and joining one of the
most powerful political families in America, her
eight years in the White House and much more.
In Spoken from the Heart (Scribner), Laura Bush
lifts the curtain on her remarkable life, writing
with honesty and eloquence about her family, her
tribulations and her triumphs with candidness
unlike any ;rst lady has o;ered before.
THE SECOND BOOK IN THE
INSPIRATIONAL WALK SERIES
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AN ALL;NEW REGAN REILLY MYSTERY
The next installment in;Carol Higgins Clark’s
popular Regan Reilly;mystery series takes
private investigator Reilly back to the Jersey
shore where she spent many summer days
as a child. Regan takes on a case in the area
and feels at home amid the sandy beaches,
shops and boardwalks of Atlantic City, until
she encounters an old friend and everything
changes in Mobbed (Scribner).
Readers loved the story of Alan
Christo;ersen, who was living a charmed
life until it all went wrong. After su;ering
intense personal tragedy, he sets out on a
walk across the country—from Bellevue,
Washington, to Key West, Florida, in search
of new meaning. Now, in the second
installment of the series, author Richard Paul
Evans continues Christo;ersen’s incredible
journey as he makes his way across the
country, learning more about himself with
every step in Miles to Go (Simon & Schuster).
Available in select warehouse locations.
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HOW MUCH CAN ONE WOMAN TAKE?
Renowned interior designer Alexandra Moreland thought
life couldn’t get any worse after her toddler Matthew
vanished in Central Park. That was two years ago and now,
somehow, her life continues on its downward spiral when
she is indicted for identity theft, ;ngered as a “person of
interest” in the murder of a woman she hardly knew. Could
someone be out to destroy both her sanity and her life?
Don’t miss I’ll Walk Alone (Simon & Schuster), new from
master storyteller Mary Higgins Clark.
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