Bloomington, Ind. (PRWEB) January 21, 2009
1. Lucia's Survival Guide and Cookbook, by Lucille Campilongo; (Cookbook-Paperback): This guide is comprehensive and easily adapted to any living situation. Follow it and you will be sure to live in comfort and cleanliness.
2. Lucia's Survival Guide and Cookbook, by Lucille Campilongo; (Cookbook-Hard Cover): This guide is comprehensive and easily adapted to any living situation. Follow it and you will be sure to live in comfort and cleanliness.
3. Vendetta Canyon: A Merlin Fanshaw Western, by Stan Lynde; (Fiction-Western): Sheepman Abel McKenzie and cattleman Zack Rainford were once the best of friends, but are now, in 1887 Montana Territory, mortal enemies.
4. The Bluegrass Conspiracy, by Sally Denton; (Nonfiction): When Kentucky Blueblood Drew Thornton parachuted to his death in September 1985--carrying thousands in cash and 150 pounds of cocaine--the gruesome end of his startling life blew open a scandal that reached to the most secret circles of the U.S. government.
5. The Light of Edorian, Lindsay Combs; (Fiction): A deep power stirs in the depths of Edorian. A serious threat approaches, and the great power knows it cannot survive without protection.
6. Jerusalem Town, by David Wooten; (Fiction): Asa Rogers is a drunk. He is also a West Point graduate and married to a very beautiful woman. But after eight years of living with him, his wife is ready to leave him and taking his son with her.
7. But Now I See!, by John Brothers; (Fiction): The dramatic story of a Vietnam veteran turned Protestant minister who wrestles with questions about guilt and about forgiveness, who gets it and who doesn't.
8. And This Is Our Life: Chronicles of the Darcy Family: Book One, by C. Allyn Pierson; (Biography): An affectionate and historically accurate chronicle of the lives of Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam Darcy during their first year of marriage.
9. The Hill People: A Laura Wolfe Novel, by Keith Donaldson; (Fiction): The second book in the thrilling Laura Wolfe series pits the savvy investigative reporter against pharmaceutical lobbyists and crooked politicians.
10. The Myth of Lost, by Marc Oromaner; (Fiction): Can a television show provide insight into the meaning of our lives? The Myth of Lost explores a fascinating solution to the mysterious television series and reveals how the show contains startling hidden wisdom.
Campilongo and her family appeared on NBC's The Today Show on Dec. 18, propelling Lucia's Survival Guide and Cookbook to the top of the list.
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