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Ranae


Ranae came to us from a small town north of Spokane, and has been with the store since 2000. Her family, home, and pets--currently one very smart dog and one very old cat--are her primary pleasures.  As a lover of books, Ranae descibes her position at Eagle Harbor Books as a dream job.  "Books, a terrific cadre of colleagues, and interesting customers.  What's not to love?" 

E.B. White on Dogs (Hardcover)

$22.95
ISBN-13: 9780884483410
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Published: Tilbury House Publishers, 3/2013
You don’t have to be a dog lover or a devotee of E. B White to delight in this collection of essays and correspondence from 1929 to 1984. Rather than being saccharine when writing about the dogs he obviously loved, or acerbic when expressing his opinions on the politics of the day, White shared astute, down-to-earth observations of his world and did so with charming—sometimes disarming—wit. From stoic yet tender remembrances of pets lost to a priceless tongue-in-cheek letter to the IRS, this is an engaging scrapbook, not to be missed. ~ Ranae

$24.95
ISBN-13: 9781581572209
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Published: Countryman Press, 10/2013
Good-bye diet, hello King Arthur. With help from this delicious tome, I’ve stepped up my cookie baking from pretty good to “Yum!” Tips on technique, information on ingredients, and a baker-friendly format complement over 400 recipes, from classic favorites— chocolate chip, peanut butter, sugar, oatmeal, and more—to intriguing delicacies such as florentines, tuilles, and rosettes. For your own culinary library or for gifting, this essential cookbook is available in both hard and soft cover editions. ~ Ranae

The Calling (Paperback)

$13.95
ISBN-13: 9780156033985
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Published: Mariner Books, 5/2009
Detective Inspector Hazel Micallef is a 61-year-old divorcée and is the interim detachment commander of several small Canadian towns. Interim, in Hazel’s opinion, because of the political agenda of the powers that be. Hence, when the rare murder occurs on her watch, Hazel decides to tackle it alone. A bloody good read ensues when Hazel realizes she may be on the trail of a cross-country serial killer! ~ Ranae

$14.99
ISBN-13: 9780061916052
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Published: Harper Perennial, 9/2010
The wit, insight, and talent of this award-winning author (Citizen Vince, The Zero) blow me away! In Walter’s best yet, feckless financial reporter Matt Prior has made what his eight-year-old son’s teacher would call “bad choices.” Now Prior has lost his job, is six days away from losing his house, and suspects his wife is courting an affair. Jess Walter’s own obvious empathy for the human condition will have you pulling for Prior and his screwy, shady, last-chance scheme for solvency. A laugh-out-loud seriocomic masterpiece! ~ Ranae

$15.99
ISBN-13: 9780312541538
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Published: Minotaur Books, 9/2008
If you’re looking for an old-fashioned mystery with more character and plot than blood and gore, try this first book of Louise Penny’s Inspector Armand Gamache mysteries. Of course, there’s a murder—but only one—and it occurs on a lovely walking path in the charming Canadian village of Three Pines. I will be reading more in this series! ~ Ranae

$14.99
ISBN-13: 9780061537967
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Published: Harper Perennial, 6/2009
Suspend your disbelief-accept a dog as narrator-and you'll be in for a lovely ride. With a charming mix of innocence and intelligence, Enzo, a most philosophical canine, recounts his life as loyal companion to professional race car driver Denny Swift. Enzo shares his hopes to reincarnate as a human; his frustrations with not having opposable thumbs; and his life lessons learned, such as 'No race has ever been won in the first corner . . . ' Stein took a risk by making Enzo the speaker, but it is just that risk, coupled with a good story, that makes this novel work. As Enzo says, "Sometimes we simply have to believe." ~ Ranae

$13.99
ISBN-13: 9780061452963
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Published: William Morrow Paperbacks, 5/2008
This is a delightful little classic. On October 20th, 1944, Cleveland, Ohio experienced a catastrophic natural gas tank explosion. Robertson's endearing protagonist, nine-year-old Morris Bird III, became an unlikely and unsung hero. Voice, style and story earn this charming gem a spot on my list of favorite reads.

$14.99
ISBN-13: 9780380813810
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Published: William Morrow Paperbacks, 2/2003
We all know the stories of Christ's birth, ministry, and crucifixion. But what of those missing years of his youth and young adulthood? In Lamb, Moore fills in the blanks with inventive, quirky aplomb. Really, the title says it all: irreverent, historically inaccurate, and absurdly entertaining.

Empire Falls (Paperback)

$15.95
ISBN-13: 9780375726408
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Published: Vintage, 4/2002
When his mother became critically ill, nice-guy Miles Roby dropped out of college and came home to Empire Falls. Twenty years later he?s still flipping burgers at the Empire Grill, his wife is leaving him for the pompous proprietor of the local health club, his free-loading father is off on yet another drunken excursion of indeterminate duration, and the town cop, who happens to be in the back pocket of the domineering town matriarch?who owns the Grill?seems bent on a confrontation. Miles is ripe for a mid-life crisis. And Russo, a master storyteller, keen observer of human nature, and expert on small-town life, lets it play out in his trademark serio-comic style. Engaging, entertaining, and replete with characters you will recognize, Empire Falls is deservedly a national bestseller, a New York Times Notable Book, winner of the Pulitzer Prize, and, now, ?Ranae?s Favorite Book of the Year.? You can?t go wrong with this one. ~ Ranae

Sweeping Up Glass (Paperback)

$15.00
ISBN-13: 9780385343039
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Published: Delta, 8/2009
Three generations of family and town secrets propel this highly readable debut novel. In her determination to find out who is shooting “her” wolves on Big Foley Mountain in Pope County, Kentucky, independent protagonist Olivia Harker Cross discovers more dangerous enemies and sinister secrets than she had ever envisioned. Olivia’s voice has been compared to that of Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird, and Wall’s prose has called up comparisons to Flannery O’Conner and Eudora Welty. A compelling, gritty, and memorable read. ~ Ranae

Until the Next Time (Paperback)

$15.95
ISBN-13: 9781565129931
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Published: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 2/2012
This ambitious debut novel has something for everyone: mystery, history, mythology, religion, and romance. On his 21st birthday, Sean Corrigan is given a journal written by his uncle Michael, a New York policeman who fled to Ireland after a questionable shooting, and who Sean didn’t even know existed.  The journal inspires Sean to travel to Ireland in search of his uncle’s fate and his family’s history. It is a wild ride for young Sean Corrigan, revealing not only ancestral secrets, but perhaps glimpses into his own future. Until the Next Time is unique, engrossing, and just plain fun.  I will be watching for more from the creative Mr. Fox! ~ Ranae

Atticus: Novel, A (Paperback)

$13.99
ISBN-13: 9780060927868
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Published: Harper Perennial, 2/1997
Colorado rancher Atticus Cody’s wife was killed in an accident for which both Atticus and his younger son, Scott, hold Scott responsible. In spite of their best efforts at forgiveness and healing, their relationship is strained. After he is told Scott has committed suicide, Atticus travels to Mexico to retrieve the body, but soon begins to suspect murder. Atticus is not only a page-turning mystery, but also a satisfying redemption tale in which Hansen’s efficient and powerful descriptive prose is comparable to that of John Steinbeck—seemingly effortless, yet immensely effective. A must read! ~ Ranae

$25.99
ISBN-13: 9780312655457
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Published: Minotaur Books, 8/2011
A seventh murder in the charming Canadian village of Three Pines!?! Mais oui! What better place for murder than among old friends? And a seventh opportunity for Penny to deliver another reliably clever, character-driven, Chief Inspector Gamache mystery. Penny and Gamache never disappoint! ~ Ranae

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