Where Rivers Meet

By P.J Roscoe

Where Rivers Meet by P.J. Roscoe is a tale filled with magical realism and characters that are exceptional and memorable. Abigail Lloyd is returning to the Welsh village where she spent many happy childhood years with her beloved Nan, and she does so with the...

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When the Universe Called

By Margaret Hearnden

When the Universe Called by Maggie Denhearn is a story filled with mystery that explores the innate power of intuition, of manifestation. Follow one woman’s journey as she inspires and teaches others to tap into the energy of the universe available to them, and to...

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White Nights

A Small Town Romantic Suspense
By Jenna van Berke

Putting a brutal marriage behind her, Litza accepts a scholarship in Finland to study the Saimaa seals, one of the most endangered species on earth. After suffering an abusive relationship, the last thing she’s looking for is romance. The rugged and almost magical beauty of...

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What the Tiger Said

By Roger Ladd Memmott

What the Tiger Said is a gem of literary fiction written by Roger Ladd Memmott. Stress is heavily on the word ‘literary’ in this precise description. Not for any false pretensions of affected literariness, but because this short novel, told with the impetus and in-the-moment...

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Weddings Can Be Murder

A Cozy Mystery with Recipes (The Painted Lady Inn Mysteries Book 7)
By M K Scott

A wedding planner is found upended in the bride's cake, and it seems as if someone may have a grudge against those who prepare the marriage ceremony in the entertaining sleuth mystery novel, Weddings Can Be Murder (The Painted Lady Inn Mysteries) by MK Scott....

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Who Is Johnny Pistolseed

By Larry Kaiser

Who Is Johnny Pistolseed by Larry Kaiser is an engaging crime story with exceptional characters. In the town of Ak-wy-yeth, Indiana, a deputy sheriff shoots and kills Billy Redcrow, a teenager and a Native American who happens to be a friend of fifteen-year-old Culture Duboreaux....

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What is Forgiven

Book Two in the Anna Klein Trilogy
By C.F. Yetmen

I hesitated before picking up this book, not having read anything from this author, but then I was surprised, seduced by the writing, and found myself immersed in a post-war narrative that melds art, daily life just after the Second World War, the history of...

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Whistleblowers

Kate Adams Series Book 2
By Holly Bell

In Whistleblowers (Kate Adams Series: Book 2) by Holly Bell, we are drawn into a world of political intrigue and the intelligence organs of the U.S., Britain, and Russia as Kate Adams, an independent contractor for American Intelligence, abandons her comfortable university professorship at an...

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Watching Glass Shatter

By James Cudney

Watching Glass Shatter by James Cudney is the moving yet thrilling tale of one woman’s quest for answers and a way to put her family back together. Olivia Glass has everything, or so she thought. Married for forty years, when an accident takes her husband’s...

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Writing Wrongs, CERTIFIED

The Court Reporter Tell-All Series, Volume 1
By Kristine Johnson

“I am young. I am sexy. I wear Ellen Tracy and the requisite double pair of shoulder pads.” These are words the narrator uses to present the protagonist, a court reporter. In an ebullient tone, she tells the story of sixteen-year-old Justin Castle who shoots...

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