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The Bride Test
Khai Diep avoids relationships, convinced his autism makes him defective. So his mother decides to take matters into her own hands, returning to Vietnam to find him a bride. She returns with Esme Tran, a mixed-race girl living in the slums of Ho Chi Minh City. Although Esme quickly finds herself smitten with Khai, her attempts to seduce him don't seem to be working. With Esme's time in the United States dwindling, Khai is forced to understand he's been wrong all along. And there's more than one way to love. A quirky romance from the author of The Kiss Quotient (2018).
When one of Sag Harbor's most famous residents, artist Henry Wyatt, dies, Emma Mapson is shocked to learn that he left his home--filled with his masterpieces--to her teenage daughter, Penny. When his friend, Bea Winstead, learns of the bequest, she descends on Sag Harbor to demand answers. Reluctantly drawn together in their battle for the house, Emma and Bea are forced to confront the past while facing a future that challenges everything they believe about love, fate, and family. Another page-turner from bestselling author Brenner (The Husband Hour, 2018).
Mind and Matter: A Life in Math and Football
Former Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel was taking college-level calculus courses by the age of 13. But he also loved football, accepting a scholarship to Penn State and playing for the Nittany Lions while pursuing both undergraduate and graduate degrees in math before turning pro. Now off the turf, mathematician Urschel retired at age 26 to pursue a PhD at MIT. As he says, "So often, people want to divide the world into two. Matter and energy. Wave and particle. Athlete and mathematician. Why can't something be both?" Urschel’s memoir explores the challenges of making difficult choices and the rewards of following one’s passions.
Once More We Saw Stars: A Memoir
One Sunday morning, two-year-old Greta Greene was resting on a bench with her grandmother in Manhattan’s Upper West Side when a brick from a crumbling eighth-story windowsill fell from the building above them, knocking her unconscious. Greta died the next day. In this beautiful memoir, her father Jayson writes about what happened after the accident as he and his wife begin a journey of healing and eventually decide to have a child once more, while honoring the daughter they lost.
The Stone Circle: A Ruth Galloway Mystery
Norfolk forensic archaeologist Ruth Galloway and her married lover, DCI Harry Nelson, once again pursue an intriguing mystery in the 11th entry in this superb series (The Dark Angel, 2018). A new archaeological dig turns up old bones that may belong to Margaret Lacey, who vanished in 1981. Meanwhile, Harry has been receiving threatening letters that tie into a case that's haunted him for years. Then Ruth receives a letter from the same person--but that person is dead. Or is he? The past is reaching out for Ruth and Nelson, and its grip is deadly.
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