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The German Client (originally published in Italian as “Rossoamaro.”)
Private investigator Bacci Pagano can’t resist taking the bait when his new client dangles a check with too many zeros. He should have known that where there’s bait, there’s always a hook.
In a hospital corridor, private investigator Bacci Pagano is keeping watch over Jasmìne Kilamba. If she lives, her testimony will shatter a notorious human trafficking ring. Seemingly out of nowhere, he is approached by an elderly German named Kurt Hessen who is searching for his Italian half-brother. Despite his better judgment, Pagano accepts the job. So many things, good and evil, happened when the Nazis occupied Genoa in 1944, what did it matter now? But it matters very much to someone and Pagano finds himself plunged into a world of old secrets and new lies in this wartime thriller where the bill for the sins of the past has come due . . . with interest.
Originally published in Italian as Rossoamaro, The German Client elegantly intertwines a wartime thriller about Nazi-occupied Genoa with the gritty realism of Pagano’s current investigation in what La Repubblica called “a masterful tale.”
Nominated for a National Book Award, The German Client spent five weeks on the Corriere della Sera best seller list and won the Azzeccagarbugli Prize for Best Mystery.
by Author Bruno Morchio
Slanted Light: A Novel Teddy Jones’ earlier novel, Jackson’s Pond, Texas began the saga of the Jackson family. Now, Slanted Light continues their tale.
Claire Havlicek’s late night call brings her brother Chris Banks from his home in New Mexico back to the town that bears their family name, Jackson’s Pond. She’s collapsed under the weight of threats to her thirteen-year marriage that have undermined her confidence and her will. Her husband, J.D., responds to seduction by a woman in need; theft and the threat of a forced buyout jeopardize Claire’s two clinics; drought imperils their ranch and cattle business; a teenage daughter turns to bulimia. When Claire admits her limits, her grandmother, Willa Jackson, and the other members of her family help her learn that being human, weaknesses and all, can be the source of strength and joy.
by Author Teddy Jones
Killer at the Cimarron Social Club
65 years after the events that transpired in Arkalon, Kansas, Leonie Stanton brings her grandson back to the place she met his grandfather, now a ghost town. The story is not one he expected to hear or she ever wanted to tell. Long dead secrets deserve to stay buried with the bodies. January,1889 Planning to retire from working on her back, Lila Byrne arrives to take up at a quiet house where she can decide what to do after the goldfields of Colorado made her a fortune. What she finds in the walls of the Cimarron Social Club is dire, and not for the lack of customers. All that is a trivial concern when they wake up trapped in a prairie storm to find a dead woman encased in the ice outside and it’s not likely an accident. When Lila finds that wasn’t the only woman to die who came to the house and even a stranger comments Lila could be sisters with the dead, trying to stay alive long enough to escape the ice is the only concern.
by Author Jennifer Mueller
On the eve of departing for her mother’s coastal Georgia cottage for Labor Day weekend, Abbey Taylor Bunn is mystified by a series of alarming events that concern her husband. As if uncertainty about her marriage isn’t enough, her dearest friend is diagnosed with cancer, so Abbey invites her friend to join her and Abbey’s husband for the getaway weekend. Predictions about an oncoming tropical storm heighten tensions. When a Category Four hurricane makes landfall near the cottage, focuses narrow; each momentous decision might be the last.
by Author M. Z. Thwaite
Comfort Foods From the award-winning author of Comfort Plans and Comfort Songs comes a story of two rising stars blitzed by social media. Lacy Cavanaugh and single-dad Rudy Delgardo live a hundred miles apart but meet in the worst possible way. Working at a weekly paper and creating social media for area businesses helps Lacy connect with locals who open her mind to a perspective beyond Instagram. In launching a food-and-wine festival to support Comfort’s new event center, she discovers surprising skills bubbling over, much like the food she’s attempting to cook.
Rudy, on the brink of his restaurant’s takeover, struggles to improve time management so he can create a better relationship with his daughter. Distracted by Lacy and her invitation to the festival, he’s tempted by her beauty, wit, and courage, but as a chef, he rarely gets to enjoy life outside the kitchen. Enemies, illness, and exes add unwelcome spice to the dish they’re concocting—one that will teeter with misunderstanding until the very end.
Will Lacy and Rudy embrace their second chances and discover the perfect seasonings of family, resilience, and grace to create a handwritten recipe of love that will stand the test of time?
“Fans of Mary Kay Andrews and Barbara Delinsky will love this story. I’m looking forward to more stories set it in this lovely Texas town.” –Jen Mann, Lone Star Literary Life blogger
“Fish’s expressive prose vividly evokes family conflicts.” –Kirkus Reviews
by Author Kimberly Fish
History, mystery, and a love story that spans centuries…
Two people trying to escape their pasts find a connection through an old house—and fulfill a destiny through the secrets it shares. Part love story, part Civil War ghost story, Lacewood is a timeless novel about trusting in fate, letting go of the past, and believing in things that can’t be seen. Winner of three literary awards in 2020 including the esteemed John Esten Cooke Award for Southern Fiction.
by Author Jessica James
Ohio, 1927: Moonshining is a way of life in rural Bronwyn County, and even the otherwise upstanding Sheriff Lily Ross has been known to turn a blind eye when it comes to stills in the area. But when a thirteen-year-old boy almost dies after drinking tainted moonshine, Lily knows that someone has gone too far, and—with the help of organizer and moonshiner Marvena Whitcomb—is determined to find out who.
But then, Lily’s nemesis, the businessman George Vogel, reappears in town with his new wife, Fiona. Along with them is also her former brother-in-law Luther Ross, now an agent for the newly formed Bureau of Prohibition. To Lily, it seems too much of a coincidence that they should arrive now.
As fall turns to winter, a blizzard closes in. Lily starts to peel back the layers of deception shrouding the town of Kinship, but soon she discovers that many around her seem to be betraying those they hold dear—and that Fiona too may have an agenda of her own.
by Author Jess Montgomery
This collection of short stories brings together a wide cast of characters, all connected to the Ozarks – natives and transplants, young and old, wicked and innocent, troubled and happy, God-haunted and just plain haunted. These stories range over human experience from madness to reconciliation and everything in between, told in precise, poetic language that leaves a permanent impression.
by Author Steve Wiegenstein
The Singing Trees
A young artist forges a path of self-discovery in an enriching novel about forgiving the past and embracing second chances, from the bestselling author of An Unfinished Story.
Maine, 1969. After losing her parents in a car accident, aspiring artist Annalisa Mancuso lives with her grandmother and their large Italian family in the stifling factory town of Payton Mills. Inspired by her mother, whose own artistic dreams disappeared in a damaged marriage, Annalisa is dedicated only to painting. Closed off to love, and driven as much by her innate talent as she is the disillusionment of her past, Annalisa just wants to come into her own.
The first step is leaving Payton Mills and everything it represents. The next, the inspiring opportunities in the city of Portland and a thriving New England art scene where Annalisa hopes to find her voice. But she meets Thomas, an Ivy League student whose attentions—and troubled family—upend her pursuits in ways she never imagined possible. As their relationship deepens, Annalisa must balance her dreams against an unexpected love. Until the unraveling of an unforgivable lie.
For Annalisa, opening herself up to life and to love is a risk. It might also be the chance she needs to finally become the person and the artist she’s meant to be.
by Author Boo Walker
THE MADWOMAN OF PREACHER’S COVE
The story of twin sisters who must work together to find the key to solving an ancient mystery that will save their town.
by Author Joy Ross Davis
In 1926 rural Mississippi, there are two things a woman should never be–“a free thinker” and outspoken. Johanna McVay is both of these, and her daughter Duncan is following in her footsteps. When Duncan is dancing, a scandal, at a birthday party for a young peer, she is struck by lighting. Amazingly, she survives and discovers she has been given the gift of prophecy. But she can only predict drownings. The townspeople believe she has been “touched” by Satan. The tragic events that unfold put Johanna and Duncan in the crosshairs of a terrified community, but a 16-year-old mail-order bride who is determined to escape her abusive marriage joins up with them. Together they hold firm on their rights to be humans, not just women.
by Author Carolyn Haines
A Good Girl (2017), How We Came to Be (2018), Sisters of the Undertow (2020), Hannah & Ariela (Fall 2022)
All of my novels are based on the themes of self-discovery, family relationships, acceptance of others, and the role of the individual within the human family.
by Author Johnnie Bernhard
A Child Lost, a Henrietta and Inspector Howard novel
A spiritualist, an insane asylum, a lost little girl . . .
When Clive, anxious to distract a depressed Henrietta, begs Sergeant Frank Davis for a case, he is assigned to investigating a seemingly boring affair: a spiritualist woman operating in an abandoned schoolhouse on the edge of town who is suspected of robbing people of their valuables. What begins as an open and shut case becomes more complicated, however, when Henrietta – much to Clive’s dismay – begins to believe the spiritualist’s strange ramblings.
Meanwhile, Elsie implores Clive and Henrietta to help her and the object of her budding love, Gunther, locate the whereabouts of one Liesel Klinkhammer, the German woman Gunther has traveled to America to find and the mother of the little girl, Anna, whom he has brought along with him. The search leads them to Dunning Asylum, where they discover some terrible truths about Liesel. When the child, Anna, is herself mistakenly admitted to the asylum after an epileptic fit, Clive and Henrietta return to Dunning to retrieve her. This time, however, Henrietta begins to suspect that something darker may be happening. When Clive doesn’t believe her, she decides to take matters into her own hands . . . with horrifying results.
by Author Michelle Cox
IN THE LIGHT OF SILENCE
After a drunk driver leaves her with an impaired memory and a consuming anger, scientist Kate Solterra retreats to the Virginia mountains to reconstruct her life. Anticipating a peaceful place, she doesn’t expect to find a group of Quakers involved in offering a safe haven to refugees fleeing a civil war in their homeland. Kate feels a strong connection to the refugees because, like her, they must reinvent their lives. When her involvement with the Quaker Meeting and the refugees leads to her becoming a target of those objecting to the Quakers’ plans, she makes a radical decision. Although Kate believes in science, not faith, she begins making a truce with her limitations and realizes that she indeed can create a different kind of life for herself—and to her surprise, God may be speaking to her out of those deep silences in the Meetinghouse, after all. In the Light of Silence is a story about marshaling courage to respond to fear, maintaining faith in the midst of doubt, and experiencing the redemptive power of forgiveness.
by Author Linda Carrillo
This journal is all yours. It invites you to set one appointment with yourself each week to connect with the hidden crevices of your being in a unique way. That’s why, in MY MUSINGS, there are fifty-two weekly journal prompts and activities. There are a few bonus activities to play with as well, at the beginning and end of your journal, plus one at the beginning of each seasonal section.
Do whatever intuitively suits you. Perhaps you want to draw or make art in addition to writing. That’s why there are no lines on your pages; nothing is here to limit you. If you are a musician, maybe the prompt becomes the muse for a new song. The title MY MUSINGS means exactly that. This is completely your own. Let it meet you where you are.
by Author Ruthie Landis
When you step off the train in Cadillac, Oklahoma, you’ll wade through currents of hilarity and romance where the sheriff is in love with the wife of a prominent lawyer, and the banker’s widow and a Las Vegas sex worker team up to beautify Cadillac. Not until a young female reporter cracks open the self-satisfied surface of the town is the folly, anger, and pain revealed. The resentments of tree-huggers, store-owners, and the town fathers ignite over a proposal to create a New England-style town green in this water-starved former Dust Bowl town.
Citizens who don’t care about town politics, deal with domestic abuse, religious rivalry and stale marriages. The sheriff, Jake Hale, seeks help from a retired lawyer, Sloane Willard, in an effort to save the life of a teenage girl accused of murdering the father who raped her. The town’s guiding forces of football, religion, and guns unite as a praying mass of church-goers overwhelm Jake’s attempt to manage an out-of-control hostage situation at Cadillac’s Youth Detention Center. Before you get back on the train, you will have grown to love these people and their thirst for love, beauty, water and justice.
by Author Louise Farmer Smith
Memories of War
Two years before the Civil War, new graduate from New York’s Auburn Theological Seminary, Markus Petersen and his new bride, Meggie travel south to settle in Maysville, Kentucky where Markus will become assistant pastor at the local church. Once there, they become caught in a tumult of war between the Union States and the Confederate States.
Markus’s faith in God’s commandment to love your neighbor as yourself and his strong Christian morality lead him to side with the Abolitionist movement. Assisting his friend, John Lane, Jr., they spirit slaves away to the North via the Underground Railroad.
In doing so, he risks everything—his new wife and children’s safety—and even his own life. MEMORIES OF WAR is one family’s tale of hope and courage during a tragic time in America’s history.
by Author Elizabeth Ajamie-Boyer
A disruptive, heartbreaking, yet equally redemptive coming of age story. Whispering Pines is an astute dissection of family and friendship, reminding us that our lives are forever shaped by the events of our adolescence.
Three young characters reside at its heart—Jon Wright (aka Midnight), a soft-hearted, sentimental young man wise beyond his years, Claire, a beauty in the traditional sense who lacks confidence and feels invisible in a household with nine siblings, and most notably Bryn Wilson, a smart, soft-spoken, promising girl, who feels unattractive and lost. Bryn longs for someone extraordinary in her life who can make her feel extraordinary too.
She meets Chris Bello. He is the answer for Bryn. Everything seems so utopian that she glides through the months of summer as if on a magic carpet, but Chris exits her life as quickly as he came into it. Losing him seems insurmountable, but when greater tragedy strikes, Bryn is faced with reevaluating all her relationships and coming to terms with who she is and who she has the potential to become as she rounds the corner of adolescence into adulthood.
by Author Carol Lansen
Lumpers, Longnecks, and One-Eyed Jacks: A 70s Recipe for a Rainy Day
Lumpers, Longnecks, and One-Eyed Jacks, a national Indie Book Award finalist for best regional (northeastern) fiction, is set during the 70s, in the years leading up to the death of John Lennon. It’s a story about what constitutes a family, which is a lot like what constitutes a rock-and-roll band: if it works, it’s worth it. But it is in no way a textbook family, would never be sanctioned. As such, it is open to questioning, criticism, ridicule, and judgement. This “family” ignores it all.
by Author Joe Formichella
The Fall of the Nixon Administration
Set against the backdrop of the Watergate hearings in 1973 and 1974, this is a bawdy and rollicking comic tale about a wealthy widow, her youthful gigolo, her prudishly disapproving daughter, said daughter’s closeted husband, a crazy stalker, the hired help, an ex-marine, and a congress of doomed chickens.
by Author Suzanne Hudson
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Just One Look
In 1965 Chicago, thirteen-year-old Dani Marek declares she’s in love, and you best believe it. This is no crush, and for six blissful years she fills her hope chest with linens, dinnerware, and dreams of an idyllic future with John. When he is killed in action in Viet Nam, Dani’s world shatters. She launches a one-woman vendetta against the men she seeks out in Rush Street’s singles bars. Her goal: break as many hearts as she can. Dani’s ill-conceived vengeance leads her to a loveless marriage that ends in tragedy. At twenty-four, she’s left a widow with a baby, a small fortune, and a ghost—make that two.
Set in the turbulent Sixties and Seventies, Just One Look explores one woman’s tumultuous journey through grief, denial, and letting go.
by Author Joanne Kukanza Easley
End of the Race
END OF THE RACE, contemporary women’s literature (86,797 words) is set in a fictional town on the shores of Traverse Bay, Michigan. Olympic swimming hopeful, Annika Wolfson is training for the China Olympic team when Brian, her husband and coach, takes off on a sailing trip and vanishes. Annika, bewildered and still grieving from the miscarriage of their second child, searches past and present for an explanation. Is he dead or did he leave her? Twice disappointed, China is their final Olympic hope. Why would he leave her and their six-year-old daughter, Sadie, at such a precarious time? Her search reveals the impulsive, determined Brian she has known since childhood and his suspicious sail-companions who arrived home without him, but carry her no further—until a family explosion uncovers the missing piece and brings their race to a shocking end that recasts Annika’s life forever.
by Author Judith Kirscht
The Shores Of Our Souls
She’s a sheltered American. He’s a Middle Eastern diplomat. Can their love lead to lasting peace overseas?
New York City, 1981. Dianna leaves her small Southern town for the bright lights and rich culture of the Big Apple and a prime job at the Met. Sparks fly when she crosses paths with a charming Lebanese diplomat. A shared night of passion launches her into an exciting love affair and opens her eyes to a bloody conflict far from home. But as warring factions take hold overseas, she can’t shake the feeling that her new love is hiding dark secrets.
Qasim has never known peace. When he gets the chance to bring his country’s troubles before the United Nations, he abandons his family obligations to heal his war-torn homeland. But his true mission takes a detour when he falls for a beautiful American woman. Against the urging of his closest friend and mentor, he wants to share his heart and hopes with her.
In the face of cultural barriers and mounting war, can Dianna and Qasim find the strength to stand up for their love and a lasting peace? Running from their pasts and toward each other, their secrets will determine their destiny.
The Shores Of Our Souls gives an entirely new perspective on the controversial conflicts in our hearts and in our history.
A Faulkner-Wisdom Literary Finalist
A Best Book Awards Winner
A Foreword Indies Winner
A Five-Star Readers’ Favorite
by Author Kathryn Brown Ramsperger
The Woman at the Gates
1944, Germany: Gazing through the barbed wire fence, up to the pale blue sky, Antonia dreams of home: cherry orchards, golden fields, and the man she loves, who she may never see again…
The Nazi soldier thrust the barrel of his gun between Antonia’s shoulder blades and she stumbled, still clutching the chubby hand of her small nephew tightly in her own. Her sister lifted her other little boy up into the back of the truck. Under the watchful gaze of the Germans, their eyes met, full of fear. They both looked back towards the farmhouse, their childhood home, for one final time…
Before Antonia and her family were captured and sent to a labor camp, she was a fighter rather than a victim. Working in a resistance group to free her country from those who had turned her home into a bloody battleground. By her side was clever, handsome Viktor. The man she was to marry, whose love shone like a light in the darkness of war surrounding them.
Antonia does not know if her beloved Viktor has been caught or executed. But she does know she cannot wait any longer to be saved. Her precious nephews will die without proper food and they could all be killed at any moment.
The world outside the camp gates is full of danger and war, but finding a way through them is their only hope, even if it costs Antonia her life. The Nazis have taken everything from her, but they can never take away her courage…
A heartbreaking, inspiring and totally unforgettable story of the unbelievable courage and determination of extraordinary people in the darkest days of war. Fans of Mandy Robotham, Kate Quinn and Pam Jenoff will be gripped from the very first page until the final, heart-stopping conclusion.
by Author Chrystyna Lucyk-Berger
The Keeper and Keeper II: The Storm
How do Jolie and her fellow zookeepers stay safe as the animals in their care continue to fall ill or even die without explanation? Someone who knows the inner workings of the zoo is on a killing spree. When coworkers are targeted, Jolie wonders if Cade or Lucas can help keep her and her little girl safe from harm, and if God will listen to her prayers. Find out what happens in the first two books of The Keeper Trilogy. Book 3 is soon to come!
by Author April Nunn Coker
Going to Solace
GOING TO SOLACE is Amanda McTigue’s debut novel. We’re in Big Piney and Little Piney, two hollows just outside the town of Garnet in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. It’s 1989. Thanksgiving is just around the corner. A handful of mismatched folks, some country people, some far-flung, fancy people, discover they have one thing in common: someone they know is sick, real sick, dying sick. Their paths cross as they go to Solace, a local hospice. They find themselves functioning as caregivers, bedside improvisers, doing all they can to beat back death or “hurry him on about his business.” Through chapters that interweave points of view, funny-sad and sad-funny, multiple stories become one. Steeped in the rich flavor of the Appalachians, this debut novel offers comfort in comfortless times, illuminating the altered states of shock and clarity that visit us as our loved (and hated) ones pass from this world to the next.
by Author Amanda McTigue
Can love blossom after life changes in an instant?
What happens when an entrepreneur suffers an accident that changes him forever and he has to decide: to love his woman, will he need to leave her?
One July morning in Manhattan, handsome athlete and entrepreneur Phoenix Walker accompanies his love, half-Asian beauty Orchid Paige, to the airport. Neither believes today is goodbye.
But soon after Orchid leaves, disaster strikes.
Phoenix wakes in the hospital, broken, forever changed.
Now, he’s faced with the hardest decision of his life. Does he burden the woman whose traumatic childhood makes him feel protective of her? Or does true love mean having to say Goodbye, Orchid?
Rising from ashes is hard. Leaving the one you love is harder.
“A tale of sacrifice and rebirth; heroism is in the details.”
—SSGT Aaron Michael Grant, author of TAKING BAGHDAD: Victory in Iraq With the US Marines
by Author Carol Van Den Hende
The Passing Storm
“Tautly plotted, expertly characterized, and genuinely riveting, Nolfi’s emotional tour de force will capture reader’s hearts.” –Publishers Weekly
Early into the tempestuous decade of her thirties, Rae Langdon struggles to work through a grief she never anticipated. With her father, Connor, she tends to their Ohio farm, a forty-acre spread that itself has enjoyed better days. As memories sweep through her, some too precious to bear, Rae gives shelter from a brutal winter to a teenager named Quinn Galecki.
Quinn has been thrown out by his parents, a couple too troubled to help steer the misunderstood boy through his own losses. Now Quinn has found a temporary home with the Langdons—and an unexpected kinship, because Rae, Quinn, and Connor share a past and understand one another’s pain. But its depths—and all its revelations and secrets—have yet to come to light. To finally move forward, Rae must confront them and also fight for Quinn, whose parents have other plans in mind for their son.
With forgiveness, love, and the spring thaw, there might be hope for a new season—a second chance Rae believed in her heart was gone forever.
by Author Christine Nolfi
Fifty First Dates After Fifty: A Memoir
What does a free-spirited, fifty-something professional do when she breaks up with her non-committal Buddhist boyfriend and longs for a life partner? She holds a ‘letting go’ ceremony with the boyfriend, challenges herself to go on 50 dates, takes a few lovers, and voila! Finding Mr. Right becomes a sexy dating project.
Set in the SF Bay Area world of personal growth workshops and spiritual ceremonies, Fifty First Dates after Fifty traces the adventurous path of Carolyn’s universal quest for love. The goal of fifty pulls her forward through the highs and lows of dating—magical and ecstatic, pining and painful—while her heart soars, falls, and keeps on going. Buoyed by her dating project, she avoids settling for the wrong guy, discovers the type of man she wants, reconciles a love of independence and sex with her desire for commitment and emotional connection, and finds the unique partner for her.
This upbeat memoir about the search for a partner in midlife is also a celebration of a woman’s unabashed sexuality. Erotic in places, funny in others, it offers a positive view of dating as an enjoyable journey of self-discovery and self-love along the way to one’s own Mr. Right.
by Author Carolyn Lee Arnold
Founding Stones is part coming of age, part political intrigue, and questions what it means to be a citizen of the world. Trouble simmers in a small Pacific Northwest town when generations of secrets collide.
Hannah, the daughter of the largest berry farmer in the county, searches for her voice after her twin sister dies of cancer. She jumps into the controversy around immigrant workers at the farm, and naively causes further problems. Her boyfriend, Luis, forced to live without his deported family, seeks his place within the American dream. His elderly friend, Joseph, an undocumented immigrant from Russia, emerges from seclusion to confront an old vendetta and protect his mushroom cure for cancer and his prototype of a light silk-titanium airplane wing from outside forces.
A Publisher Weekly review finds, Rolnick’s… agricultural and community setting traces the actions and mysteries appearing in a rural northwestern town, focusing on a few of the town’s individuals and especially its farming and medical industries, which are intertwined. This provides a unique angle to the piece… Main characters each possess their own story arcs and intricacies.
by Author Abbe Rolnick
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