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A children's bible : a novel —Millet, Lydia, 1968- author.

"An indelible and haunting new novel that explores the loss of childhood, intergenerational conflict, and humanity's complacency in the face of its own demise. Lydia Millet's multilayered new novel - her first since the ...

Mermaids in paradise —Millet, Lydia, 1968-
Book On CD
2014
Availability: 0 of 1

A honeymooning couple makes friends with a marine biologist who discovers genuine mermaids in a coral reef and who, the next night, apparently drowns in her hotel bathtub. As a resort chain swoops in to corner the market...

A children's bible a novel —Millet, Lydia, 1968- author.
Book On CD
2020
Availability: 1 of 1

This indelible novel of teenage alienation is a prophetic, heartbreaking story of generational divide, and a haunting vision of what awaits on the far side of Revelation.

The bodies of the ancients : a novel —Millet, Lydia, 1968- author.

"The Sykes family are hoping to enjoy a normal Cape Cod summer. But there are strong and surprising forces lined up against them and there will be unexpected revelations and the highest price will have to be paid"-- Prov...

The fires beneath the sea : a novel —Millet, Lydia, 1968-

Cara's mother is missing and the rest of her family is ignoring the problem or is busy with other things. But when a watery spector begins to haunt the family's Cape Cod home, Cara and her brothers realize their scienti...

The shimmers in the night : a novel —Millet, Lydia, 1968-

When Cara's brother, Jax, texts her from "smart kids boot camp" in Boston, Cara and her two best friends go to the rescue and discover the camp is a front for her missing mother's organization that is fighting a force ou...

Mermaids in paradise —Millet, Lydia, 1968-
Large Print
2015
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"Mermaids, kidnappers, and mercenaries hijack a tropical vacation in this genre-bending satire of the American honeymoon"--Provided by publisher.

My happy life : a novel —Millet, Lydia, 1968-

At the opening of My Happy Life, the unnamed narrator has been abandoned in a locked room of a deserted mental hospital. She hasn't seen the nice man who brings her food in days; so she's eaten the soap, the toothpaste, ...

How the dead dream —Millet, Lydia, 1968-

"T. is a young Los Angeles real estate developer In Los Angeles with a reverence for money and the institutions of capital. Always restrained and solitary, he has just fallen in love for the first time when his orderly, ...

Fight no more : stories —Millet, Lydia, 1968- author.

Twelve interlocking stories set in Los Angeles describe a broken family through the homes they inhabit.

Magnificence —Millet, Lydia, 1968-
Large Print
2013
Availability: 2 of 2

After her husband's death, Susan Lindley moves into her late great-uncle's Pasadena mansion and restores his taxidermy collection while being joined in the residence by an equally strange human menagerie.

Pills and starships —Millet, Lydia, 1968-

Seventeen-year-old Nat and her hacker brother Sam have come to Hawaii for their parents' Final Week. Global warming has devastated the planet, and the disintegrating society that remains is run by "corporates" who keep t...

Sweet lamb of heaven —Millet, Lydia, 1968- author.
Large Print
2016
Availability: 1 of 1

Blending domestic thriller and psychological horror, this compelling page-turner follows a mother fleeing her estranged husband. A double-edged and satisfying story with a strong female protagonist, a thrilling plot, and...

Magnificence —Millet, Lydia, 1968-
Book On CD
2012
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Susan Lindley is a woman adrift after her husband's death. Suddenly given her great uncle's Pasadena mansion, Susan decides to restore his extensive collection of preserved animals. Meanwhile, a menagerie of uniquely dam...

Love in infant monkeys stories —Millet, Lydia, 1968-
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2011

These short stories center on the interactions between celebrities and animals, though they're really about plain old humans. We may get David Hasselhoff's dog and his walker, Noam Chomsky and a rodent cage, Thomas Ediso...

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