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"Souless" by Gail Carriger. When Alexia accidentally kills a vampire, breaking all rules of etiquette, the loud, gorgeous werewolf, Lord Maccon is sent by Queen Victoria to investigate. And with vampires appearing and disappearing, everyone seems to think that the very proper Alexia is to blame. Can she detect the real culprit with her souless ways?

"Everything Matters!" by Ron Currie, Jr. You alone know that the world will end thirty-six years after your birth. Do you succumb to nihilistic apathy? Use your knowledge to save mankind? To what end do you live your life? This is the situation for the character Junior Thibodeau, with an astonishing outcome that reconfigures everything we thought we knew about our universe.

"Wrong Place, Wrong Time" by Andrea Kans. What begins as a romantic weekend in a cozy cabin turns into a deadly nightmare when Sally Montgomery’s companion is murdered. But instead of regarding Sally as a victim, the police are after her as their prime suspect. As Sally goes into hiding, can she rely on her wits, survival skills and her ex-husband to stay alive, and find the real killer?

"9-11, A Tribute." The September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on America and the aftermath of heroics are chronicled in this photographic tribute to those patriots who lost their lives, and a salute to the courage of the public servants who also laid their lives on the line to save others. A true demonstration that America would recover, rebuild and be stronger than ever.

"Dead in the Family" by Charlaine Harris. Sookie Stackhouse is dealing with a whole host of family problems, from fairies to ancient vampires. In addition to these challenges, the werewolf pack of Shreveport has asked Sookie for a special favor, which as dire results for her. She hasn’t even recovered from the trauma of her abduction during the Fairy War.

"The Wrong Mother" by Sophie Hannah. Sally Thorning neglected to tell her husband that a work trip had been cancelled at the last minute, and she took the time as a pleasure trip. When she was there, Sally met a man. And now that man’s name has surfaced again, in conjunction with a double murder. But the man’s face doesn’t match her memory. What is happening?