HONEST TRUTH ABOUT DISHONESTY: HOW WE LIE TO EVERYONE---ESPECIALLY OURSELVES Ariely, Dan
While we like to think of ourselves as honest, the fact is, the world is full of cheaters and unethical behavior is endemic. Ariely examines the question of dishonesty to help us understand why cheating is so prevalent and what, if anything, we can do about it.
INNER CIRCLE: THE WIVES ASSOCIATION Lozada, Evelyn
As wives of professional athletes, they love their rich lifestyles. But, none of them were prepared for the baggage that came with it, like the cheating, the scandal, the manipulation and gossip. Lozada takes readers into the lives of women like Eve and describes the levels of deception they'll stoop to in order to protect their social status. But, faced with her reality, Eve is shaken to her core.
NEXT BEST THING: A NOVEL Weiner, Jennifer
Ruth, 23, headed west with her 70-year-old grandmother in tow, hoping to get hired as a television writer. Now, four years later, she's celebrating the pending release of the first sitcom she's written. The only thing that threatens its success is demanding actors, number-crunching executives, a crush on her boss, and her grandmother's planned wedding.
NICEVILLE Stroud, Carsten
One spring day in Niceville, Rainey Teague disappeared. And we do mean, literally! Security camera footage captured the moment of his instant vanishing. Ex-Special Forces veteran Nick Kavanaugh, now a detective with the local police department, leads the search while Rainey's parents are drawn into a shadow-world between life and death where they come face-to-face with an ancient malevolent power that lives under the city.
TRINITY: GRAPHIC HISTORY OF THE FIRST ATOMIC BOMB Fetter-Vorm, Jonathan
In the first-ever graphic novel to tell the story of the atomic bomb, Fetter-Vorm shares the history of the race to build the bomb, the decision to use it, and the debates that followed that act. Along the way he showcases the physicists and high-level military personnel who wrestled daily with the building of the device and the moral implications of using it.
WHERE WE BELONG Giffin, Emily
Marian, a TV producer, had convinced herself and others that she had the perfect life. Then Kirby Rose, 18, showed up at her door with a key to a past that Marian thought she had sealed forever. Now, her identity and her life are shaken to the core as memories of a long ago love affair come rushing back, threatening to destroy her.