Devil's Dust by J.D. Rhoades. When Rhoades isn't posting on Facebook he is lawyering. When he's not lawyering he's writing novels. When he's writing novels he's writing this from page 215, "If I go in there,' Keller said, 'What Are you going to do?"
Easy Death by Daniel Boyd. I read this book and enjoyed it. Bill Crider read it too. Armed robbers in 1951 Ohio battle a blizzard.
Dreaming Spies by Laurie R. King. Dreaming of spies, or spies who are dreaming? Let's see what page 57 has to say about it, His search left Holmes, as one might expect, unconvinced. Well, that clears up nothing.
Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline. A popular book group book. So, I bought a copy.
The Walking Dead, Volume 22: a new beginning by Robert Kirkman. I have not watched the show past the first few episodes of season two.
You Could Be Home By Now by Tracy Manaster. I think this is about a miscarriage. The dustcover is unclear. Page 191 says, It should have been.
What Your Kindergartner Needs to Know by E.D. Hirsch, Jr. and John Holdren. Replacing an older edition. This yellow cover will not age well.
The Homeschooling Handbook by Lorilee Lippincott. Another replacement of an old edition.
No-Drama Discipline by Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. and Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D. I think I ordered this off an online recommendation. Or not.
Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey. An older book but Ramsey's advice is popular.
Body Sculpting Bible for Women: workout journal by James Villepigue and Hugo Rivera. This series has been going for over a decade and is still popular. The women's versions check out more than the men's so I bought this one.I should have skipped buying this since it is designed as a journal for a single user to record their progress. Over half the pages are blank forms.