Piracy at Sea is this week’s website. It contains a collection of news and analysis about piracy at sea, such as material about 2008 activities by pirates from Somalia and includes an interview with a spokesman for the Somali pirates, slideshow on Somali piracy, and other material back to the mid-1980s. Also include links to related sites. From The New York Times.
New fiction books include: “Revealed”, “Remembered” and “Rekindled” by Tamera Alexander; “His Illegal Self” by Peter Carey; “Whispering Rock” and “Virgin River” by Robyn Carr; “Seen It All And Done The Rest” by Pearl Cleage;
“While My Sister Sleeps” by Barbara Delinsky; “Daisy Chain” by Mary E. DeMuth; “Liar’s Game” by Eric Jerome Dickey; “Secrets To Happiness” by Sarah Dunn; “True Colors” by Kristin Hannah; “Confessions Of A Shopaholic” by Sphie Kinsella; “Mark's Story: The Gospel According To Peter” by Tim LaHaye; “A Touch Of Betrayal” by Catherine Palmer; “A Kiss Of Adventure” by Catherine Palmer; “Glitter Baby’ by Susan Elizabeth Phillips.
New non-fiction books include: “Stopping Identity Theft: 10 Easy Steps To Security” by Scott Mitic; “Reading The OED: One Man, One Year, 21,730 Pages” by Ammon Shea; “Jane Brody's Guide To The Great Beyond: Prepare Now For A Smooth Ride To The End Of Life” by Jane Brody; “Simple Slipcovers: Stylish New Looks For Every Room” by Tracy Munn; “The Art Of National Geographic: A Century Of Illustration” by Alice Carter; “Tranquility Fountains: Projects For A Serene Lifestyle” by Mickey Baskett; “You Haven't Taught Until They Have Learned: John Wooden's Teaching Principles And Practices” by Swen Nater: “Mallorca” and “Dubai & Abu Dhabi” by DK Publishing.
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