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The Scars of Ambition (The Cumerian Unraveling #1)
Lowell Bracken had complete control. His empire, his ruthless executives, his family’s legacy, his wife, his children, they all had a part to play in the near omnipotent control he exerted in Cumeria. But a freak attack exposed how tenuous that control really is, and Lowell scrambles to preserve it, discovering he is only playing a small part in larger, darker schemes for control. From the shadows, mysterious and disturbing threats disrupt the already-turbulent business landscape in Cumeria. When blood is spilled, the fight for survival becomes more than just a euphemism for going out of business, and the Brackens’ struggles to retain order might be the only thing keeping all of Cumeria from plunging into chaos.


The Silent Reporter (Hyder Ali #1)
A reporter investigates the suicide of his professor, only to stumble upon a conspiracy that is bigger than he had imagined. Hyder Ali, a Muslim-American, is working as a reporter for the Daily Times. Eric Freeland, his old professor and mentor, is found hanging inside his home. Freeland’s daughter, Jessica, shows up asking for Hyder’s help. She believes her father was murdered.


Splat the Cat: The Name of the Game: I Can Read Level 1 (I Can Read Book 1)
Splat the Cat’s friends Spike and Plank are coming over to play games. Splat is excited to play with them . . . until everything starts to go wrong! First he trips and falls in Mouse, Mouse, Cat—and then he can’t find a good hiding spot in hide-and-seek. Readers will delight as Splat finds a way to have fun in the end. The Name of the Game is a perfect story for kids just learning to read, with bright, vivid illustrations and an easy-to-follow text full of Splat’s signature humor!


Tea Recipes: Healthy Boosting Tea Recipes From Sweet Teas, Chai Teas, Creamy Teas To Fruit Flavored Infusions-Learn Why Tea Is So Healthy For You And How … Herbal Tea Remedies, Herbal Healing)
Tea is already one of the best things you can drink—its antioxidant compounds have been shown to reduce the risk of breast cancer and heart disease, and they may even help with weight management. And when you mix your brew with other beneficial ingredients, you’ll boost its power to tackle health complaints from high blood pressure to an upset stomach. How’s that for sweet?