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Silverpines Series, Book 9
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Moving to Oregon as a Mail-Order Bride had never been Abigail’s plan, but when she is suddenly forced from the only home she has ever known, a marriage of convenience may just be the only thing that can protect her. However, the Lord works in mysterious ways, and shortly after Abigail has wed, her new husband drowns while attempting to save the life of a child. Alone and afraid in a town full of lost women, Abigail must search for a new man to protect her from a horrid fate.
Amelia has a runny nose. Mommy asks her if she has “snot in her snout”. Little girls don’t have snouts, but animals do. And there are many kinds of animal snouts. Pigs use theirs to root in the ground. Giraffes eat up high. Elephants have long snouts. Platypuses swim with duck snouts. Anteaters go big with their ant-eating snouts. Snouts come in all types and sizes - just like little girls.
Joshua Frankel is an attorney who pursues justice. Inside or outside the law. When a client says he's being framed for his wife's murder by a government intelligence agency, can Josh help? Is the client telling the truth or is he guilty? How can Josh obtain justice in this case? And can he avoid getting caught when he goes outside the law?
When a letter arrives from a deceased client asking them to retrieve a cheap china doll, the game turns fatal as Martin Davies, Della Rose, and their team find more dead bodies than answers. When the killer decides that Della and Martin are getting too close, the couple needs to find the murderer before their fun comes to a permanent end.
During the gold rush, Alaska was transformed by a large influx of stampeders and missionaries. Many native Alaskans became lost in their own villages, but the little Suluk called James found a dream that could lift him from the world of turmoil by discovering Alaska’s greatest treasure. What was the boy’s greatest treasure, and what was he willing to sacrifice for it?
Alaska State Trooper Dan Patterson fears a serial killer is murdering women on Kodiak Island. A woman was found floating in the boat harbor in May. In October, an off-duty trooper stumbled upon the body of an 18-year-old girl in the woods, and later that month, two young boys discovered the bones of Deanna Kerr entwined in a pile of kelp on the beach. When a park ranger discovers the body of a fourth woman, Patterson calls the FBI for assistance, and FBI Special Agent Nick Morgan flies to Kodiak to aid in the investigation.
Santa Zanni, is a work of narrative nonfiction. It is a collection of interlocking short stories offering a snapshot of California history from 1916 to 1920. It is also humor disguised as social commentary disguised as literature. It falls into the category of creative nonfiction.
Samuel Taylor Suit was a dashing figure in West Virginian society - a man who made his fortune distilling whiskey. An investor in the growing railroad industry, he played host to US presidents. And when he fell in love, he fell hard. Rosa Pelham was almost two decades younger than Suit, who courted her unsuccessfully for five long years. Then, in 1883, he found the chink in Rosa’s romantic armor. She dreamed of living in a castle. Suit vowed to build her one if she accepted his proposal. He was as good as his word, and Berkeley Castle became part of West Virginian history.
Molly’s Memoir is a journey through the life and times of a woman who is raised by a Seneca Indian after she is abandoned on the porch of a log cabin in the hills of West Virginia. Growing up in the isolated Monongahela Mountains, she learns about love, faith, and of the craft of healing with medicinal herbs.
There is a special bond between people and their pets. This charming novella reminds dog lovers of all ages of the lesson that no pet lives forever, so you must cherish and love the pet while you can. The story is about a dog named Maddie, who must endure many difficult events in her life as she moves among a series of owners.
The body of a flashy real estate developer is found in Gator Lake, and the alligator is blamed. The Paradise Palms tennis team must find the real killer before their favorite gator, Big Joe, is hunted down and slaughtered. Packi Walsh's snooping uncovers real estate fraud, irate investors, an affair between a trophy wife and her tennis pro, and a connection between the friendly neighborhood pharmacist and the New Jersey mob. One of them tries to silence Packi by making her gator bait.
When a floatplane mysteriously explodes above the Alaska wilderness, investigators begin digging into the lives of the five passengers and the pilot. Was the target of the bomb the US senator in the midst of a hotly contended reelection campaign or her husband, a corporate raider with no shortage of enemies? Or could the bomb have been meant for the cannery owner involved in a contentious divorce, or the refuge manager who had a long list of adversaries, including one who vowed to get even with him?
For two decades, Lisa Livingston has watched her husband drown himself in booze. She's done everything she can to help him or, at least, understand why he can't embrace a sober life. They have, after all, everything they've ever dreamed of. As Jeff's drinking escalates, Lisa must make a decision. But with love in the mix, it's not always as easy as it seems. 99 Bottles is story of a middle-aged woman married to an alcoholic, desperately trying to define and understand herself. What will it take for Lisa to make a change, and what decision will she make?
When small town girl Bonita Faye's abusive husband, car salesman, and fishing guide Billy Roy is killed, she begins an adventurous new life that takes her from Poteau, Oklahoma to Paris and back again in a story of murder and redemption...and more murder...stretching over three decades.
Former diplomat Leona Robin wonders if she made a mistake moving to rural Texas. Her son loves it here, but in a place where it's normal for a prize bull to have his own pet pig and hay bales are raining from the sky, Leona wonders how she'll ever fit in. That is, until she's thrown right into local preacher Ralph Maybeath's arms. Is this love? Maybe, maybe not.
Olive Sommers didn't set out to solve a murder. But there's no harm in Olive trying to help, is there? She's got her wits, her sister's brains, and especially her 100-pound dog Boo, who gets along with everyone in town - except when she scares smaller dogs, or knocks people down, or eats cheese. But when Boo Radley sniffs out another dead body, Olive learns that murder can happen anywhere, and that small-town quirks can lead to big-time danger.
It's Halloween 1970, and Erin Lewis can't draw anything scary enough to win the window painting contest at Glosser Bros. Department Store in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The 16-year-old has other things on her mind, like holding a séance at Glosser's to contact her brother, who died a year ago in Vietnam. Will he keep his promise and make contact from the other side? Or will Erin receive an equally shocking message from closer to home?
Wealthy Cassandra Lennon has pricked her finger on the spindle of personal tragedy 15 years earlier and isolated herself behind rose-covered walls. They call her the Sleeping Beauty. But this is modern-day Texas and her castle is a ranch. Ellison Stewart is so enticingly attractive to women their knees buckle on first sight, and he hates it. Is he the prince Cassie has been waiting for?