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Bowl: Vegetarian Dishes for Ramen, Pho, Bibimbap, Dumplings, and Other One-Dish Meals
A restorative bowl of ramen noodle soup sent author Lukas Volger on a quest to capture the flavors of one-bowl meals that are all the rage today—only with a vegetarian twist. Using seasonal produce and herbs, Volger has developed meatless recipes for ramen, the Vietnamese noodle soup pho, dumplings, and a variety of grain bowls that can be made both quickly and inexpensively. Recipes for broths, handmade noodles, and sauces are also included to help you warm up during the remaining winter months.
Flight of Dreams
On the evening of May 3, 1937, Emilie Imhof boards the Hindenburg. As the only female crewmember, Emilie has access to the entire airship. She hears everything, but tries to focus on maintaining a professional air. What Emilie can't see is that everyone seems to be hiding something. Giving free rein to countless theories of sabotage, charade, and mishap, Flight of Dreams takes us on the thrilling three-day transatlantic flight as seen through Emilie's eyes. With enthralling details and superb plotting, Lawhon's (The Wife, the Maid, and the Mistress, 2014) novel will keep you guessing until the last page.
The Immortal Irishman: The Irish Revolutionary Who Became an American Hero
Award-winner Egan, author of The Worst Hard Time (2006) and Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher (2012), returns with another intriguing nonfiction book. Here he tells the story of Irish-born Thomas Francis Meagher (1823-1867), who was banished to a Tasmanian prison colony after leading a quashed uprising against British rule. Soon he was in America, leading the Union Army’s Irish Brigade as a general during the Civil War, and ending his days as territorial governor of Montana. Egan also reexamines the circumstances surrounding his mysterious death aboard the steamboat G.A. Thompson with conclusive new evidence.
Try Not to Breathe
Alex Dale is lost. Destructive habits have cost her a marriage and a journalism career. Every day is treading water, every night is drowning. Until Alex discovers Amy Stevenson. Fifteen years ago, Amy was found unconscious after a vicious assault. Now Amy, who has been in a coma the entire time, has been forgotten by the world. Soon Alex starts interviewing the original suspects in the attack. But what starts as a reporter's story becomes a personal obsession. How do you solve a crime when the only witness lived but cannot tell the tale? An unforgettable debut from British author Seddon.
What Remains of Me
On June 28, 1980, seventeen-year-old Kelly Lund shoots and kills Oscar-nominated director John McFadden at a party in his home. Convicted of the murder, she loses her youth and her freedom--but keeps her secrets to herself. Thirty years later--and five years after her release from prison--Kelly's father-in-law, movie legend Sterling Marshall, is found in a pool of blood in his home in Hollywood Hills. Once again, Kelly is suspected of the high profile murder. But this time, she's got some allies who believe she's innocent of both murders. But is she? A spellbinding novel of suspense from the author of Heartless (2008).
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