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A blue-blood grandmother and her black-sheep granddaughter discover they are truly two sides of the same coin.


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Responsibility isnít just a word. Itís his Code of Honor. But she's a challenge!


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The Passengers
by John Marrs
"It all starts with a car ride...."
Posted August 15, 2019

Driverless vehicles sound like a dream come true. They cut down on traffic and accidents while allowing drivers to be passengers, where they can focus on other tasks rather than driving. However, one morning everything changes when eight cars no longer follow the dictates of their passengers. Someone has Read more...


Mrs. Morris and the Ghost
by Traci Wilton
"Intriguing paranormal cozy"
Posted August 12, 2019

Charlene Morris is excited about her move to Salem where she intends to open a bed and breakfast. Chicago is full of memories of her husband’s tragic death, as well as the overpowering, albeit the well-meaning, presence of her parents. She has a practical business plan Read more...


The Book Charmer
by Karen Hawkins
"There's a little drop of magic in everything in Dove Pond"
Posted August 1, 2019

Grace Wheeler’s life changed the day she met Mrs. Giano. Mama G, as Mrs. Giano insists on being called, took Grace and her sister Hannah, into her foster home. For the first time Grace finally had a home. Years later, Mama G is still Grace’s Read more...


Guilty as Charred
by Devon Delaney
"Who killed Poppy?"
Posted July 30, 2019

Sherry Oliveri is excited to return home after her latest cook-off victory in Florida. Unfortunately, her appearance on a local radio show to discuss her victory is overshadowed by the death of a local woman, Poppy Robinson. Poppy and Sherry had a common interest- the town’s Read more...


And Then There Were Crumbs
by Eve Calder
"Will a murder shut the Cookie House down forever?"
Posted July 30, 2019

Kate McGuire desperately needs a job and a place to stay. Coral Cay was supposed to be the location for her honeymoon, but Kate dumped her cheating fiancé and left New York to make a new life in her dream location. Unfortunately, finding a job hasn’t Read more...


Needled to Death
by Annelise Ryan
"Was Toby's death murder or suicide?"
Posted July 30, 2019

Hospital Social Worker Clothilde “Hildy” Schneider runs a grief support group as part of her job. A new participant arrives and upends the group with her proclamation that her son died two weeks ago and that she wants the help of the group to find his killer Read more...


Knot on Her Life
by Mary Marks
"Can Martha Rose solve a murder and help a foster child find a home?"
Posted July 22, 2019

Martha Rose is relaxing at home while quilting when her neighbor’s foster child, Poppy Halaby, shows up on her doorstep. Something is wrong with Sonia Spiegelman, and Martha immediately jumps in to help. Martha, along with her fellow quilters, hopes to locate a family member for Poppy Read more...


Becoming Superman
by J. Michael Straczynski
"From poverty and abuse to BECOMING SUPERMAN"
Posted July 18, 2019

Have you ever read a book that you don't want to end? And then when it does end, you don't have the words to express just how powerful and impactful the book was? Well, that's exactly how I feel about Read more...


Strangled Eggs and Ham
by Maddie Day
"Who was willing to commit murder over a resort?"
Posted July 12, 2019

A new resort has been proposed just on the outskirts of South Lick, Indiana and many of the residents are excited about the potential. However, others are less enthusiastic due to environmental concerns and ideas such as traffic blockades are being discussed. Robbie Jordan, owner of Pans N&rsquo Read more...


A Thread of Darkness
by Sally Goldenbaum
"The quilters have another murder to solve"
Posted July 11, 2019

Chef Jacques Picasso has captivated the Crestwood Quilters with his charming personality and his tasty creations featured in his new French restaurant. In fact, the quilting group is currently designing a special quilt specifically for his restaurant. Unfortunately, A THREAD OF DARKNESS Read more...


The Beyond
by Chloe Neill
"Will the Seelies and a Category 5 hurricane wipe out New Orleans for good?"
Posted July 11, 2019

New Orleans has suffered a lot since the Veil was torn that kept the human world separated from the Beyond. Claire Connolly and Liam Quinn are two of the survivors, fighting to keep the New Orleans spirit alive in a world where magic has infused everything and changed all Read more...


Her Deadly Secrets
by Laura Griffin
"High adrenaline thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat"
Posted July 8, 2019

Private investigator, Kira Vance, only wanted to track down her boss and mentor, Ollie, who was at defense attorney Brock Logan’s home. Not only was he behind on paying her, but she had news he wasn’t going to like regarding the current case they are Read more...


Broken Bone China
by Laura Childs
"A CEO's hot air balloon goes up in flames... who wanted him dead?"
Posted July 5, 2019

Theodosia Browning, proprietor of the Indigo Tea Shop, often caters weekend parties and getting a hot air balloon ride at one of them is just an extra benefit. Unfortunately, things go seriously awry when a drone appears and sends a nearby hot air balloon crashing to the ground in Read more...


The Inn at Hidden Run
by Olivia Newport
"Can a family genealogy hold answers to modern day dilemmas?"
Posted July 3, 2019

Jillian Parisi-Duffy has turned her genealogy hobby into a career. She lives in the quaint Canyon Mines community with her father, Nolan, who is a lawyer specializing in mediation. Meri Davies arrives in town at the local bed and breakfast, where she takes a job. Jillian and Nolan Read more...


Under Currents
by Nora Roberts
"They looked like the perfect family..."
Posted July 3, 2019

They looked like the perfect family from the outside, but Zane Bigelow and his sister, Britt, know otherwise. Every moment is lived in fear, wondering when their father, renowned surgeon Dr. Graham Bigelow, will rage. One night changes everything, however, leading Zane to forge a new path. Will the Read more...


A Plain Vanilla Murder
by Susan Wittig Albert
"Vanilla can be deadly..."
Posted July 3, 2019

Who knew vanilla could be so deadly? China Bayles teaches a very popular educational class on this popular flavoring, including details on how the plant is grown and marketed, along with some history and mythology surrounding vanilla. Little did she ever expect her expertise to become necessary in a Read more...


Protect the Prince
by Jennifer Estep
"Can Evie survive three assassination attempts while thwarting the plans of those opposing her?"
Posted July 3, 2019

Queen Everleigh Saffira Winter Blair, known to her friends as Evie, is anticipating an assassination attempt. After all, no one ever thought she would be queen due to the line of succession ahead of her. The Seven Spire massacre (see KILL THE QUEEN Read more...


Shark Beach
by Chris Jameson
"Everyone goes in the water in Florida... but will they come out in one piece?"
Posted July 3, 2019

A vacation to Florida was supposed to be relaxing. Instead, a hurricane is bearing down on the tiny island off the coast of Florida. Worse yet, a nearby marine institute is conducting research for the US Military, research that will escape and attack anyone or anything that gets in Read more...


Toxic Toffee
by Amanda Flower
"Who killed the rabbit farmer?"
Posted July 2, 2019

Easter is just around the corner and Bailey King is heading back home to Harvest, Ohio, after wrapping up the shooting for her new tv show. Bailey is looking forward to spending time with her grandmother at their chocolate shop, Swissmen Sweets. Unfortunately, town resident Margot Rawlings has a Read more...


The Girl in Red
by Christina Henry
"The end of the world started with a cough..."
Posted June 18, 2019

It all started with a simple cough. Unfortunately, the cough didn't go away, and people started dying. Red has seen enough horror movies to know how this will end and starts preparing. Red knows they need to head for Grandma's house to be safe. But who will she Read more...


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