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Thief of Words
Three to Get Deadly
Tourmaline
Trading Up
Traps
Two for the Dough
Unfit to Practice
Unlucky in Law
Up Country
Vanishing Act
Violets are Blue
Voyage (The)
Walk to Remember (A)
Wave, The
Wedding (The) (Sparks)
Wedding (The) (Steel)
Wedding in December (A)
Weight of Water (The)
When the Messenger is Hot
When the Wind Blows
Where are the Children
Where There's Smoke
While I Was Gone
White Oleander
Whole World of Trouble (A)
Wife of Reilly (The)
Wigfield
Windmill (The)
Window in Copacabana (A)
Winner (The)
Winter Marriage (A)
Wish You Well
Woman of Independent Means     (A)
World is Full of Divorced    
   Women (The)
Writ of Execution
You Know You Love Me
You're the One That I Want

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Brian Haig's debut novel introduces us to Sean Drummond, a military lawyer examining a mass murder in Kosovo. Secret Sanction is a real page turner.
I bought an old copy of A Woman of Independent Means for a quarter. I had no idea I'd enjoy the novel of letters as thoroughly as I did. I recommend it to anyone who asks.
Sacred Cows
Salty Piece of Land (A)
Sam's Letters to Jennifer
Sea Glass
Secret Affair (A)
Secret Life of Bees (The)
Secret Sanction
Secret Smile
Seven Up
Shadowbrook
Shopgirl
Short History of a Prince (The)
Shot
Silent Prey
Six Figures
Slave to Fashion
Spilling Clarence
Standoff
Star Quality
Stone Flower Garden (The)
Stone Kiss
Straight Man (The)
Stranger is Watching (A)
Street Dreams
Street Lawyer (The)
Streets of Laredo
Sugar Camp Quilt (The)
Summer Sisters
Summons (The)
Susannah Morrow
Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas
Switch (The)
Sunday Wife (The)
Sweet Hush
Sympathy for the Devil
Talking to Addison
Tearjerker
Tears of the Giraffe
Texasville
The Secret Life of Bees spent months on the bestseller lists. Find out what tons of readers already know: this is a wonderful story.