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When Lillian Summer Fairview’s husband up and dies on her, it leaves the last living member of the most prestigious family in Summer Shoals, Georgia, in a hot money mess. Desperate to keep up the family name and give the man a decent burial, penniless Lil makes a shady deal that lands her smack-dab in the slammer.
Burdened by her shameful secret and a crumbling family estate, Lil entrusts Summer Haven’s care to her best friend, Maggie, who recruits two more over-fifty ladies to help. But when Maggie discovers that Lil’s restitution is ten times the amount she “borrowed” from the federal government, she’s convinced Lil has taken the fall for someone else’s crime.
Alaskan Dawn (Pacific Horizons Book 1) (paid link)
Haley knew that carrying her twin sister’s baby would be a sacrifice.
She just didn’t know how great.
Pregnant, overworked, and driven to the end of her rope by the neediness of the sister and widowed mother who depend on her, a high-powered young attorney seeks refuge with a week’s vacation on the Alaskan coast. As overachiever Haley soaks up the serenity of her unexpectedly agreeable surroundings, she finds something else she doesn’t expect — deep feelings for the wildlife-loving boat captain who reminds her how to laugh.
Make, Take, Murder (paid link)
Who’d toss a body part in the garbage outside of Time in a Bottle, the crafts store where Kiki works?
Accompanying the grisly “gift” is a creepy computerized voice message, a warning to the store’s “rich and snotty” female shoppers. Kiki soon discovers that the amputated leg belonged to a customer with a tyrannical and violent husband, a powerful man in the community. And that jerk is now harassing Kiki at work and at home.
Kiki decides she’s had enough. She can’t wait passively on the sidelines. Combing through the customer’s scrapbook projects for hidden clues, Kiki takes it on herself to find the killer.
Wood Puzzles (paid link)
Once you start creating these fun and colorful toys, you won’t want to stop!
Wooden puzzles are perfect gifts for young children and Wood Puzzles has over 45 puzzles with patterns. You’ll have as much fun creating them as the little ones have putting them together.
There is also a bonus chapter with crafts that are perfect for craft shows or to use up scrap wood. The materials and tools you need for creating wooden puzzles are basic, and wooden puzzles are a great way to learn a new craft or brush up on your woodworking skills.
The Dark of The Grey: Omnibus (paid link)
Let Me In (Morgan Young Book 1) (paid link)
All he wanted was to stop a killer.
He never knew what it would cost.
Morgan Young only took the small cases – the ones he knew he could solve – but when Detective Gary Lee arrives on his doorstep asking for help, he’s given no choice. Two women are dead, and they have to find the killer before he strikes again.
Before he knows it, Morgan is in the middle of a revenge story that darkens with every twist. While victims are dropping like flies and his abilities are being questioned, he has one chance to find the serial killer, and that opportunity is passing him by. Fast.
True Story: Murder, Memoir, Mea Culpa (paid link)
Watchers In The Woods (paid link)
The idea sounded like such fun to Susan Benning. Camping on the pristine mountains of Idaho with her old high school gang right after their thirty-year reunion. Even the kids were looking forward to it. But something felt wrong the deeper they traveled into the woods. Something was watching them from behind the thick undergrowth.
Waiting . . .
Finding Georgina (paid link)
It’s the moment Harper Broussard always dreamed of. Her daughter Georgina, snatched fourteen years ago during a Mardi Gras parade, is standing before her, making cappuccinos behind the counter of Harper’s favorite New Orleans coffee shop. Harper’s ex-husband, Remy, has patiently endured many “sightings” over the years, and assumes this is yet another false alarm.
Yet this time, Harper is right.
This WWII memoir of a Royal Navy Lieutenant offers a vivid account of maritime combat throughout the European Theater.
From first joining the Royal Navy in 1940 until the end of the campaign against Japan, Tony Ditcham was in the front line of the naval war. He served aboard the battlecruiser HMS Renown in the North Sea and Gibraltar. Serving on destroyers in most of the European theatres, he saw action against S-boats and aircraft off Britain’s East Coast, on Arctic convoys to Russia, and eventually in a flotilla screening the Home Fleet.