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Bourne’s friend Eli Yadin, head of Mossad, learns that Ouyang Jidan, a senior member of China’s Politburo, and a major Mexican drug lord may have been trafficking in something far more deadly than drugs.
Yadin needs Bourne to investigate. Bourne agrees, but only because he has a personal agenda: Ouyang Jidan is the man who ordered Rebeka–one of the only people Bourne has ever truly cared about–murdered.
Bourne is determined to avenge her death, but in the process he becomes enmeshed in a monstrous world-wide scheme involving the Chinese, Mexicans, and Russians.
Reserve ‘The Bourne Retribution’
Dewey – The small-town library cat who touched the world
By Vicki Myron
How many lives can one abandoned kitten touch? When he was just a few weeks old, Dewey Readmore Books was shoved through the book returns slot of his local library in a sleepy town. Starving, terrified and bruised, Dewey curled up into the arms of the library director Vicky.
Vicky was a single mother who had escaped a violent husband and was struggling to bring up her little girl Jodi alone. Vicky fell in love with the little bundle of fur in her arms and campaigned to allow Dewey to stay and become the library cat. Dewey’s arrival transformed Vicky and Jodi’s lives, as well as the staff at the library and eventually the fortunes of an entire town. Dewey was an instant hit with the library regulars and had an amazing instinct to cuddle up close to visitors that were going through a tough time. He supervised children’s reading groups and ensured no child felt left out by snuggling into the laps of any outsiders.
He was a ball of mischievous energy and relished in turning the hitherto quiet and predictable routines of the library upside down. Dewey became the town’s number one attraction and he began regularly appearing in the national and international media.
Looking for a good read, then you cant go past the ever popular Dewey…..
Five Days in November, 1920: As the body of the Unknown Soldier makes its way home from the fields of Northern France, three women are dealing with loss in their own way.
Hettie: who dances for sixpence a waltz at the Hammersmith Palais.
Evelyn: who toils at a job in the pensions office.
Ada: a housewife who is beset by visions of her dead son
One day a young man comes to Ada’s door. He carries with him a wartime mystery that will bind these women together and will both mend and tear their hearts
Reserve Wake by Anna Hope