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Friday, May 14, 2010

Friday Finds: 5-14-10


Here are my finds this week!




by Robert Liparulo

Their destiny is to fix history. Their dream is to get home.


When you live in a house that's really a gateway between past and present, you have to be ready for anything. It's a painful fact the Kings have faced since moving to Pinedale eight days ago. Desperately trying to rescue their mother from an unknown time and place, brothers Xander and David have lunged headlong into the chaos of history's greatest--and most volatile--events. But their goal has continually escaped their grasp.

And worse: Finding Mom is only a small part of what they must do, thanks to the barbaric Taksidian. His ruthless quest to sieze their house and its power from them has put not only the family, but all of mankind, in grave danger.

Somehow, the key to it all hinges on Uncle Jesse's words to the boys: "Fixing time is what our family was made to do." But how can they fix a world that has been turned updisde down--much less ever find their way home?

At long last, the secrets of the house and the King family are revealed in the stunning conclusion to this epic series.

Read more about Frenzy.



by Sally Goldenbaum

Stitch and sleuth in the third delightful knitting mystery from the author of Patterns in the Sand.

In the quaint fishing village of Sea Harbor, Massachusetts, the Seaside Knitters are always looking for a new project. Their latest is helping their friend Gracie Santos open the Lazy Lobster and Soup CafĂ© on Pelican Pier. But they get sidetracked when Gracie’s aunt Sophia goes flying off the cliff in her red Ferrari—and it was no accident. As gossip builds, and rumors circulate, the Seaside Knitters must stitch together the clues if they’re to understand a killer’s strange pattern.









6 comments:

Aleksandra said...

Great finds! I'll add both of them on my list!

Jess said...

Frenzy sounds like an intense adventure! Nice find.

bermudaonion said...

Your finds are so diverse!!

Steve Capell said...

Moon Spinners sounds by Sally Goldenbaum sounds like a book I would enjoy. GREAT find!

Feathered Quill Book Reviews said...

Cool - frenzy sounds creepy and very interesting. Thanks for posting!

Lisa said...

good ones!

Here's mine

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