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The Butterfly Garden by Annette Blair

Sara Lapp, known in the Amish community as Spinster Sara and shunned because she studied to be a midwife, thinks she has been summoned to assist her best friend Abby during birth. But when Sara arrives, Abby is dead. Abby’s … Continue reading

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Unique new mystery series: A Small Death in the Great Glen

It’s the 1950s in the western Highlands of Scotland. Little Jamie Fraser has gone missing on his way home from school and Joanne Ross’s daughters, Annie and Wee Jean, were the last ones to see him alive: “We saw him,” … Continue reading

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Bound by Sally Gunning

Alice is only seven years old when she, her parents, and two brothers sail from London to the new world chasing her father’s dream of a better life. But the crossing is full of misery and death and when the … Continue reading

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The Bolter By Francis Osborne

The Bolter is a scandalous biography of Idina Sackville written by her great-granddaughter who is married to the finance minister of England. It begins in the flapper age and continues until World War II. Idina was a blue-eyed beauty, elegant … Continue reading

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Twice Loved by Lori Copeland

Willow Madison is a young woman of faith who knows well that life isn’t always perfect and that sometimes you have to dig deep to find the courage you need to do what must be done. During the war, she … Continue reading

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Pirate Latitudes by Michael Crichton

This novel was found on Michael Crichton’s computer after his death. How convenient! Steven Spielberg has bought the film rights and I understand why. Every conceivable adventure that could happen to a pirate in the 1600’s of the Spanish Main … Continue reading

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A Woman of the World by Genie Chipps

1942 couldn’t have been better and couldn’t have been worse for Kate Goodfellow. As a war correspondent for World magazine, Kate takes on the world both personally and professionally, capturing once in a lifetime moments in pictures. Never mind that … Continue reading

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A Woman in Berlin: Eight Weeks in the Conquered City by Philip Boehm

The story takes place in Berlin in 1945 when an accomplished, well educated and sophisticated journalist and editor found herself trapped in the Russian occupied sector for a period of eight weeks during the end of World War II. She … Continue reading

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