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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Six Dogs ’til Sunday, by Lia Farrell

Six Dogs ’til Sunday, by Lia Farrell It’s January in Rosedale, Tennessee, and Mae December is preparing for her March wedding to Sheriff Ben Bradley. Mae, who boards dogs for a living, is also busy tending to her pregnant dog and scouting locations for the movie featuring the music of her former fiancé Noah West,…

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The Frenchman and the English Rose, by Carolann Camillo

The Frenchman and the English Rose, by Carolann Camillo In 1759, Catherine Bradshaw travels from London to the colony of New York to join her future husband, Jeremy Flint, a man she barely knows but already fears. Immediately after the wedding ceremony, their coach is waylaid by Rive St. Clair, a French Army captain who…

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Murder on Pea Pike, by Jean Harrington

Murder on Pea Pike, by Jean Harrington Fresh off her ex-boyfriend’s Harley and determined to remake herself, Honey Ingersoll snags a job with handsome Sam Ridley, Eureka Falls’ biggest realtor. She’s thrilled, but her troubles are far from over. During the sale of an abandoned farmhouse, she stumbles over the body of a young woman…

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Listening for Drums, by Robin Strachan

Listening for Drums, Robin Strachan Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Carrie Nelson has a calling: to help the Blackfeet Indians by volunteering at the tiny federal hospital outside of Glacier National Park and studying native medicine. Now the prestigious Roosevelt Award will cover her expenses and fund her research for a year. To her dismay, her…

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Improbable Eden, by Mary Daheim

Improbable Eden, by Mary Daheim The base-born daughter of an earl, nineteen-year-old Eden is torn from her foster family in Kent, whisked off to London, and groomed to follow in her courtesan mother’s footsteps. Her lessons in court etiquette, politics, and charm are overseen by Maximilian, a tall and striking Flemish prince fallen on hard…

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Destiny’s Pawn, by Mary Daheim

Destiny’s Pawn, by Mary Daheim Topaz-eyed, tawny-haired Morgan Todd of Faux Hall is on the verge of glorious womanhood. Though sent to England’s King Henry VIII’s court as a lady-in-waiting on Queen Anne Boleyn, Morgan has one unwavering desire: to be reunited with the man she loves, Sean O’Connor. But Sean, a Catholic, is not…

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Four Dog’s Sake, by Lia Farrell

Four Dog’s Sake, by Lia Farrell On a hot, humid July 4th evening in Rosedale, Tennessee, a young man is dead on arrival at the hospital where Dr. Lucy Ingram works. Lucy recalls the affable young man, Chester Willis, from an earlier visit. The death is pronounced a suicide from an overdose of the insulin…

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Eyewitness, by Carolann Camillo and Phyllis Humphrey

Eyewitness, by Carolann Camillo and Phyllis Humphrey The big break Toni Abbott longed for has finally arrived. She has been cast as the soap opera villainess everyone loves to hate, and because of her, ratings are soaring. Then her lucky streak runs out. During a late-night photo session, Craig, the photographer, is shot to death.…

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