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The Lady's a Rebel

By Abigail Ruth (aka Shirley Kiger Connolly)

The genteel south may have gone down in flames, but Abigail Ruth shows readers that the indomitable spirit of the south cannot be squashed in her compelling historical romance, The Lady’s a Rebel. The year is 1864 and much of Vicksburg, Mississippi has been pillaged,...

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Can You See Us Now?

By Cheryl Benton

Have you ever thought, ‘I used to look that good,’ or ‘Am I invisible?’ Are you at ‘that age’ where your body seems to do whatever it wants, no matter what? Ever notice how men’s eyes seem to attach themselves to a young woman’s sexy,...

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The Treehouse

By Randi Triant

The Treehouse by Randi Triant is a gripping novel that explores the themes of love lost, and one woman’s journey to reconquer the very essence of her motherhood — or womanhood. Camilla Thompson has been apart from Nico, her son, for two years now. Now...

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The Education of Evelyn

A Novel
By Pamela Frances Basch

The Education of Evelyn (A Novel) by Pamela Frances Basch is the type of novel that would appeal most to a mixed audience made up of young adults and adults who enjoy reading about moving relationships between children and adults that profoundly affect both individuals....

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All The Lies We Live

Volume Three Normal Family Trilogy
By Don Trowden

All the Lies We Live is the third book in the Normal Family Trilogy by Don Trowden, a captivating story with a cunning plot and engaging characters, set on an island in New England. Henry’s family has suffered many tragedies and this time, as he...

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The Finest Hat in the Whole World

By Colleen A. Parkinson

The Finest Hat in the Whole World by Colleen A. Parkinson follows a family's journey through the years 1917-1937, from the Great War to the Great Depression. Des Stewart is the responsible member of his family, having never married or left home and devoting his...

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The Redhead is Dead

The First Book of the Redhead Detective Series
By Chris Ingram and Donna Rheaume

A news editor's deductive and investigative skills are tested in the gruesome and thrilling mystery novel, The Redhead is Dead (The First Book in the Redhead Detective Series) by Chris Ingram and Donna Rheaume. Body pieces are being packed in crates and discovered around the...

Night Music

A Novel
By Deanna Lynn Sletten

Deanna Lynn Sletten’s Night Music is a story of hearts divided. Joseph Russo is a soldier in Vietnam. He becomes pen pals with a girl named Charlotte. Char writes to Joe about Grand Falls, her small hometown in Illinois. Joe clings to those letters, they...

Bunny Man's Bridge

A Short Story Collection
By Ted Neill

Bunny Man's Bridge: A Short Story Collection by Ted Neill is a gorgeous collection of stories that forces the reader to confront the realities of humanity, starting with an introduction that makes powerful references to an asylum. The author then quickly moves on to offer...

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Hidden in Plain Sight

By Karen Batshaw

According to author Karen Batshaw’s note at the end of Hidden In Plain Sight, during the World War II Nazi occupation of Greece, 80% of Greek industry and 90% of ports, roads, railways and bridges were destroyed, 25% of all forests were decimated and over...

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