“Non-Obvious Megatrends” by Rohit Bhargava
(NAPSI)—For the past ten years, Rohit Bhargava’s signature annual Non-Obvious Trend Report has helped over a million readers discover trends changing our culture. Now for the first time, Rohit and his team of trend curators, in this new tenth edition of his Wall Street Journal bestseller, reveal ten revolutionary new Megatrends that are transforming how we work, play and live.
Read the groundbreaking final edition of this ten-year project and learn to think like an innovator, grow your business or propel your career. The future belongs to non-obvious thinkers, and this book is your guide to becoming one. Winner of nine international book awards. From Ideapress Publishing, purchase at http://bit.ly/2tvmwcA.
“Spitfire” by M.L. Huie
When you first meet Livy Nash, she doesn’t appear to live up to her feisty moniker. But as she pulls herself out of her vodka-soaked sleep and embarks on a dangerous mission, she pulls the reader into the novel. It doesn’t take long to understand why she earned her reputation, or to be thoroughly captivated by the intriguing storyline.
The post-World War II setting provides abundant twists for this espionage-filled historical mystery. If you’re after a riveting spy thriller with the added bonuses of an intrepid female protagonist, a fascinating historical setting, and a nuanced depiction of challenging ethical decisions, pick up “Spitfire.” From Crooked Lane, purchase at https://amzn.to/2s6GsSa.
“Good Girls Lie” by J.T. Ellison
A stranger has come to the Goode School, a prestigious prep school known as a Silent Ivy, and the school of choice for daughters of the rich and influential. But this ivy has turned poisonous.
In a world where appearances are everything, as long as students pretend to follow the rules, no one questions the cruelties of the secret societies or the dubious behavior of the privileged young women who expect to get away with murder.
When a popular student is found dead, the truth cannot be ignored. Rumors suggest she was struggling with a secret that drove her to suicide. From MIRA, purchase at https://amzn.to/2LzwXSv.
“The Hierophant Card” by Bevan Atkinson
How can you determine if someone is telling the truth? Did Thalia Thalassos try to kill her cheating husband, despite her denials? Why is nurse Bryce Gilbertson giving a false name to visitors as he roams hospital hallways with a deadly syringe in his pocket?
In this sixth Tarot Mystery, Xana Bard must use her tarot-trained intuition to unravel the truth from its nest of lies, and along the way learn more about golf tournaments and long-distance horse races than she, or anyone else, cares to know. From Electra Enterprises of San Francisco, purchase at https://amzn.to/2sVHC3z.
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