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Everyday Millionaires: How Ordinary People Built Extraordinary Wealth--and How You Can Too
Author Chris Hogan and the Dave Ramsey research team surveyed over 10,000 millionaires in the United States to find out how high-net worth people achieved their financial status. They discovered that becoming a millionaire doesn’t require inheriting money or having a high-paying job. Rather, Hogan shares the money-making tools you already have or ones that you can learn, and destroys the myths that are keeping everyday people from achieving financial independence.
The Paragon Hotel
The year is 1921, and "Nobody" Alice James is on a cross-country train, carrying a bullet wound and fleeing for her life. Desperate to get as far away as possible from New York City, she has set her sights on Oregon. In Portland, she befriends Max, a black Pullman porter who takes her to the Paragon Hotel, the only all-black hotel in the city. Alice, along with her new "family" of Paragon residents, soon becomes involved in the search for a missing child. Why was Alice forced to leave New York? Why do the Paragon's denizens live in fear? And where is the missing child? An exciting historical thriller from the author of The Whole Art of Detection (2017).
The Red Address Book
Meet Doris, a 96-year-old woman living alone in her Stockholm apartment. When Doris was a girl, she was given an address book by her father, and ever since she has carefully documented everyone she met and loved throughout the years. Looking through the book now, Doris sees the many crossed-out names of people long gone and is struck by the urge to put pen to paper. In writing down the stories of her colorful past, can she help her grandniece Jenny, haunted by a difficult childhood, unlock the secrets of their family? And whatever became of Allan, the love of Doris's life? A charming debut.
She Lies in Wait
On a scorching July night in 1983, a group of teenagers goes camping in England's New Forest. By morning, the youngest of the group, Aurora, has disappeared. Thirty years later, Aurora's body is unearthed in a hideaway that only the six friends knew about, and Jonah Sheens is put in charge of solving the long-cold case. Back in 1983, as a young cop, he had known the teenagers personally. Now he's determined to finally get to the truth of what happened that night. A searing debut.
Women Rowing North: Navigating Life's Currents and Flourishing As We Age
Psychologist and bestselling author Mary Pipher entered the literary stage with her book Reviving Ophelia (1994), which dealt with the issues teen girls face. Now, she turns her attention to older women to help them navigate the muddy waters of aging with real-life anecdotes and practical advice. Pipher’s message to these skilled and wise older women everywhere is simple: get involved, enjoy your life, be grateful, and cherish every day, because you’ve earned your happiness. (Library Journal)
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