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The Masked Truth by Kelley Armstrong

Riley is haunted by the brutal murder of the couple she was babysitting for. Max is suffering under the shadow of a life-altering diagnosis. The last thing either wants is a weekend therapy camp alongside five other teens with “issues.” But that’s exactly where they are when three masked men take the group hostage. The building has no windows. The exits are sealed. Their phones are gone. And their captors are on a killing spree. Riley and Max know if they can’t get out, they’ll be next—but they’re about to discover that even escape doesn’t equal freedom.

Reformed by Ashley Beery

Everyone tells you that there's a Heaven and a Hell when you die. What no one tells you is that Hell isn't full of flames and demons. For Mike Reese his Hell is reliving the death of his family over and over again. After being accused for their murders and sentenced to death, Mike must now live out his afterlife reliving that day as punishment. The only problem is, he wasn't the killer...

A Broken Race by Jean Davis

Sentenced to death for crimes he didn't mean to commit, Joshua finds himself in jail with a slick-tongued prisoner from outside the fortress walls. When the only witness dies at Joshua's feet, his simple world suddenly becomes much more difficult. The Wildman wants to go home and Joshua doesn't want to die, but freedom means endangering everyone he's ever known.

The New York Copy by Bradley Ernst

Bonn Maddox, born into privilege, will inherit untold wealth and New York's original copy of the Bill of Rights—thought to have burned in 1911. Until Bonn was born the document was the Maddox family's good luck charm...

Orphaned prodigy, Henna Maxwell, is sent to her grandfather. The blind hermit lives in Finland—a veteran of the Winter War. Until Henna comes to stay, his only company is a dog and nightmares. Polymath Henna has a limitless future until she must choose between exacting vengeance on powerful criminals and going on the run, or continuing her life as a scholar…

Al-Kabar by Lee French

A fantasy take on the Joan of Arc legend with an Arabian Nights twist, Al-Kabar tells Fakhira's story. When her the machinations of uncaring rulers turn her world to ash, Fakhira must become the powerful hero her people desperately need, or die trying. Will she keep her head above water and find the justice she craves, or dive into the dark well of revenge and become the very thing she fights against?

The time of greedy, power-hungry men is over. The time of the Al-Kabar has come.

The Laundry Hag's Christmas Rental by Jennifer L. Hart

If this is the most wonderful time of the year, somebody goofed.
Miami is a hotbed of criminal activity, but no one expects to be robbed by Santa himself! With the big jolly man in the bright red suit doing a few B&E's in the neighborhood, Maggie's vacation is soon swapped out for a criminal investigation. And she's teaming up with a new neurotic partner. Holiday hilarity ensues when Damaged Goods and the Laundry Hag join forces for a takedown you won't want to miss!

Eighth Grave After Dark by Darynda Jones

Charley Davidson has enough going on without having to worry about hellhounds. She is, after all, incredibly pregnant. But, just her luck, twelve of the deadliest beasts ever created in the fiery depths of hell have escaped onto our plane, and they've made Charley their number one target. She takes refuge with the sultry son of evil incarnate on the grounds of an abandoned convent where she stumbles across a decades-old murder of a young nun. Per her usual MO, Charley's tendency to attract the undead will either enrich her life, or end it.

Forever Twelve by Meg Kimball

What do fatal events, bovine flatulence, mongooses, the Donner party, cafeteria ladies, kitten doppelgangers, mood swings, detention, scary librarians, frog dissection, the ear-piercing gun, the man with a hook for a hand, and the sinking of the HMS Titanic all have in common? They’re all featured in this book. Ah, middle school. At once both humorous and sentimental, this is a story to be cherished by readers of all ages.

Dead Things by LT KoDZo

Sixteen-year-old Jimmy Hunter loves dead things.
Decaying fossils and buried men no longer have the power to bite or abuse.
Jimmy’s problems exist with the living. The half-Ute-Indian boy must survive the angry white men his mother insists on dating without killing them. Because like it or not, he has killed. The list he keeps has over 500 names on it. He doesn’t want to add any more.
Can Jimmy escape to the reservation for the life he’s dreamed of? Or will he die trying?

Project Paranormal: A Folding Space Book by L. A. Patrick

It is the year 2063. Jeremy wants a Pan Limbic Universal Gadget (PLUG) in the worst way. How else can he compete with his plugged-in peers and become a famous astrophysicist when he grows up? But his parents have other ideas, including a secret genetic project which promises to unlock paranormal traits in their children as they enter puberty…a project which might explain the large number of near fatal accidents Jeremy has survived since infancy…a project easily invaded by evil forces. Project Paranormal is a mixture of time travel, an immortal evil spirit, and politics.

Chained to Mineola by A. Louise Robertson

Carly Eubanks returns to Mineola to attend a funeral. Driving down the street where she grew up she sees a work crew ready to remove the Oak tree she once played in. Carly shimmies up the tree and with the help of her high school boyfriend and her cousin, stages a protest. Carly's niece, Allison, undertakes a project for school, writing to her pen pal, Logan, who lives in Pitlochry, Scotland. His uncle, Duncan, works for the annual event called the Enchanted Forest. Tourists flock to see this magical place. An affinity for nature forges a chain spanning the globe.

Clara Sandra Solía Soñar (Spanish edition) by Giacommo J. Serauz

Clara Sandra is a common teenager ... until she discovers she has the ability to foresee the future. And begins to be manipulated and persecuted by people who try to take advantage of this gift, from her boyfriend and his friends (for fun) to dangerous criminals (for ambition). While Clara Sandra and beloved ones' life are at stake, she must learn how to live with the curse of being clairvoyant in a world that is more open to a witch hunt than it might seem. She had to learn how to handle her gift and grow in love (In Spanish).

The Jaguar Key by Katherine Starbird

Former jaguar goddess Rosamond tries to be an ordinary human, but the Eternals have other plans.

Her boyfriend leaves. Her friends betray her. And when Gideon the Dragon learns that she can cross the planes of death, he resorts to blackmail to force her to trap a powerful god in the afterlife, a god to whom Rosamond owes a debt of loyalty. To top it all, a psychopathic sorcerer poisons her with his dark magic.

Someone is behind the chaos, but who? And why target her?

Will Rosamond unravel the mystery before the sorcerer's lethal spell runs it course?

Apprentices of the Elements by Alexis Tan

Five apprentices learn to control their powers over the elements of Ice, Water, Plants, Fire, and Stars. When Darkness threatens to take over their precious World of Drakain, they must embark on a quest that challenges their courage, cooperation, and friendship.

Super Power of the Day: Origins of a Sixth Grade Superhero by Ann Wachtler

In the first volume of the Super Power of the Day trilogy, sixth-grader Chase Cooper faces the challenges and adventures of having a new superpower each day. Some powers help Chase bravely face his fears. Others seem to do nothing but bring him problems. Through it all, he learns more than he realizes about the people around him and how to be the hero of his own life.