Her Smile, by Carla Kelly

Her Smile, by Carla Kelly Sometimes people end up in the wrong place at the wrong time. Thanks to an impulsive request from Elizabeth Ann Everett, the Everett family from Omaha, Nebraska, become tourists on a vacation in newly created Yellowstone National Park. The year is 1877 and the weather is fine, perfect for a…

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The Mistress of Fashion, by Evelyn Richardson

The Mistress of Fashion, by Evelyn Richardson Juliette de Flournoy refuses to be imprisoned by her past — the French Revolution that robbed her family of their heritage, and the rape that left her homeless — comforting herself with her dreams of becoming London’s premier modiste, and by her friends, the enterprising ladies off Mrs.…

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The Necklace, by Carla Kelly

The Necklace, by Carla Kelly Hanneke Aardema is the daughter of an ambitious Dutch herring merchant. It is 1211, when Spain’s kingdoms are planning a final push to drive the weakening caliphate from the Iberian Peninsula. Warriors fired by the flames of Islam have ruled Spain for five hundred years. Because Hanneke’s dowry will finance…

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The Unlikely Heroes, by Carla Kelly

The Unlikely Heroes, by Carla Kelly The year is 1805. Napoleon is determined to invade England. Angus Ogilvie, spy catcher, has learned more of Napoleon’s plans. He relays them to Master Able Six, instructor at St. Brendan the Navigator School, where workhouse boys of promise are training in naval service to an England that considers…

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Dreamed It, by Maggie Toussaint

Dreamed It, by Maggie Toussaint Justice for the dead and solace for the living is Baxley Powell’s creed, but she faces uncharted territory. The Suitcase Killer has struck again, onlt this big city menace is now a problem for Baxley’s hometown. As that investigation heats up, a local woman is reported missing. The sheriff orders…

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Unlikely Spy Catchers, by Carla Kelly

The Unlikely Spy Catchers, by Carla Kelly The Unlikely Spy Catchers is about friendship and love, an unusual school for workhouse boys training for the Royal Navy, and the ever-present danger of life in a seafaring town at a time of grave national emergency, as Napoleon considers taking his war to England itself. Book 2…

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Confound It, by Maggie Toussaint

Confound It, by Maggie Toussaint While hosting out-of-town guests at her Georgia home, Dreamwalker Baxley Powell is called upon to help investigate a suspicious fire. One of her guests, close friend and fellow dreamwalker Deputy Sam Mayes, accompanies her to the scene. A meth cook is dead, and when Baxley visits her beyond the Veil…

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Checked Out, by Sharon St. George

Checked Out, by Sharon St. George When rodeo cowboy Cody O’Brien is found dead in his horse trailer, it appears that his horse, Game Boy, is the culprit. Aimee Machado, health sciences librarian at Timbergate Medical Center, has no reason to doubt the preliminary finding—not at first. Cody had been in the hospital awaiting an…

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Lover’s Oak, by Corinne Scott

Lover’s Oak, by Corinne Scott It’s been twelve years since ‘Thrilly Lilly’ left the sleepy town of Wildfire, Georgia. Rich and popular but also reckless and spoiled, Lilly never heard the word ‘no.’ So what made her flee rural Georgia for Boston society at the age of 18 to marry a much older man she…

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The Return of the Fallen Angels Book Club, by R. Franklin James

The Return of the Fallen Angels Book Club, by R. Franklin James Hollis Morgan is a survivor. She married young to flee an unloving family and ended up in prison, paying the price for her charming husband’s embezzlement. After finally obtaining a California judicial pardon, Hollis has climbed the ladder from paralegal to probate attorney…

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