Though I Walk

By Clay Anderson

Anna wakes up after a night out celebrating the end of the fall semester at college with a feeling of dread. A call from her mother soon gives her the reason - her twin sister Sam is missing. Anna races home to Marble Hill. When...

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All Money Ain't Good Money

A Jinx Curry Mystery
By Tracey Lampley

All Money Ain’t Good Money by Tracey Lampley is book one of the Jinx Curry Mystery series. An amateur private investigator, Jinx Curry spends her days spying on and photographing cheating partners. Capricorn Hayes, Jinx's boss and love interest, assigns her the case of Elena,...

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Beneath the Smiling Moon

By Devon Jeffers Valdes

In Devon Jeffers Valdes’ southern drama Beneath the Smiling Moon, 29-year-old Izzie Burke is teetering between two versions of her life. On the bright side, she enjoys working as a barista and is a few credits shy of her BA in art history. But Izzie,...

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Underneath The Honeysuckle Vine

Beyond Cedar Cove, Book One
By Cynthia Ulmer

In Underneath the Honeysuckle Vine: Beyond Cedar Cove, Book One by Cynthia Ulmer, six-year-old Carin Evans struggles to understand the ridicule she endures in a town where her mother's family is revered. As she takes in the beehive hairdos and limited views of the 1960s,...

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They Needed Killing

By Bill Fitts

In They Needed Killing by Bill Fitts, the sixth book in a series, James F. Crawford, a private detective in the university town of Shelbyville, Alabama, found a body in the river. Crawford recognized Trina Dawson and remembered that he met her at a party...

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Prodigal

A Novel
By Phyllis Gobbell

In Prodigal by Phyllis Gobbell, the Burdettes are Democrats in a county that is mostly Republican. Lady Burdette, the matriarch of the family, is authoritative and doesn't shy away from expressing her opinions. Her son, Daniel, is a Baptist pastor. Something happens on the 4th...

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Texas Winds

By Dana Wayne

Texas Winds is penned by author Dana Wayne in the contemporary romance, interpersonal drama, and Southern fiction genres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience but has some mild sexual content. We follow the story of Jake Holloway, whose discovery of his...

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Seeds of Bliss

By J. Andrew Rice

The absorbing literary novel, Seeds of Bliss by J. Andrew Rice, follows the lives of key characters in a rural East Texas community. It explores their culture, beliefs, political attitudes, and the events that change their lives. Scott Mitchum is the main character and the...

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In Freedom's Shadow

By Robert Hilliard

In Freedom's Shadow is a work of fiction in the historical drama, sociocultural issues, and slice-of-life subgenres. It is suitable for the general adult reading audience. Penned by author Robert Hilliard, the plot follows the gripping tale of John Scobell, a courageous African American who...

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Climbing To The Sun

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By Shelley Burchfield

Climbing to the Sun by Shelley Burchfield started with Kizzy Beecham giving birth to a little girl on January 23, 1901. Seeta Young, the midwife, assured the scared young mother that her daughter looked like a white baby, although her biological father was black. Twenty-seven...

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