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IN A SOUTHERN TOWN
Cold case detective Star Cavanaugh is obsessed
with the murder of Daisy Doe, buried 60 years
ago with no name and no one to mourn. Star’s
own father was killed trying to solve the case;
now Star faces a town locked in corruption,
fear and the same anonymous killer who
lives among them. Softcover; 261 pgs.
OF HEDY LAMARR
This is the story of an Austrian-born film
star and scientist who was much more than
a pretty face. Her blinding beauty allowed
her to listen in on conversations between
her arms dealer husband and Third Reich
leaders. She had an idea to defeat the Nazis;
would anyone listen? Softcover; 315 pgs.
FOR A HEART ’S DESIRE
Aaron Whitworth has always been an
honorable businessman and a skilled horseman.
When both those claims are threatened, he
hires Sophia Fitzroy, a trainer in a traveling
circus, as jockey for his racehorses. Secrets
come to light; can she touch Aaron’s guarded
heart? Published by Baker. Softcover; 348 pgs.
Only $15 $14
OF NEW YORK
In 1858, Marianne is determined to find her
lost younger sister. She takes a job with the
Children’s Aid Society in the hopes of finding
clues and helping other orphans. Children love
her, and fellow agent Andrew Brady; as they
grow closer she learns about his tragic secret.
Published by Baker. Softcover; 343 pgs.
OF WEAVER’S CREEK
Ruby Weaver’s curly red hair isn’t the only
thing that sets her apart. At age 28 in 1863, she’s
happily single with no intention of marrying.
But before she died, her ailing friend, Lovinia,
forced a promise that Ruby marry her husband.
Will Ruby marry, or break her promise?
Published by Baker. Softcover; 325 pgs.
OTHER PEOPLE’S MAIL
Penny Ercanbeck is a clerk at the dead letter
office, opening other people’s returned mail.
When she opens a letter from a brokenhearted
man to his one true love, she vows to get the
letter to its intended. But will she find herself
caring a bit too much for the man who wrote
it? Published by Baker. Softcover; 314 pgs.
WIDOW SEEKING HUSBAND
In 1907, Ingrid comes from Norway to Indiana
to help her grieving sister, Belle, who has lost
two husbands and several children. Belle posts
an ad for her next husband, but the men
who respond seem to disappear. When a man
arrives looking for his missing brother,
Ingrid fears the worst. Softcover; 254 pgs.
Only $13 $12
Mercy Roller was married and widowed by age
13; she’s borne and lost a child by 15. Mercy’s
family and the entire community live under
the thumb of her abusive father, the Pastor. It
seems no one will stand up to the evil, twisted
Pastor until the day Mercy takes matters
into her own hands. Softcover; 263 pgs.
Sarah Ashby returns home to follow her dream
of running the family grocery. But when her
mother plans to close the store, Sarah and
grandmother (Glory Ann) must find a way
to save it. In 1965, a family secret is born;
Glory Ann is pregnant with her dead fiancé’s
baby. Published by Baker. Softcover; 324 pgs.
Only $15 $14
SEARCH ACROSS TIME
Museum curator Sloane Kelley helps others
discover their past; abandoned at birth, hers is
a mystery. A 19th-century diary leads her to a
historic farmhouse and Garrett Anderson, who
plans to sell. 150 years earlier, motherless
Annabelle records her tumultuous life settling
the Kansas prairie. Softcover; 285 pgs.
Only $17 $16
INSPIRING HISTORICAL FICTION
Three years before the Statue of Liberty was
raised in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge was
finished. This is the story of Emily Roebling,
who took over her engineer husband’s role
when he was injured on the build, putting her
fight for women’s suffrage on hold to complete
this engineering marvel. Softcover; 371 pgs.
AN UNLIKELY FRIENDSHIP
At 63, Gerrit is forced to sell his dairy farm. He’s
sacrificed everything for his cows, including
his family, with nothing to show but regret.
At 15, Rae’s detailed plan for life is derailed
when she fails her driver’s test. Who could
predict this unexpected, life-changing friendship?
Published by Baker. Softcover; 365 pgs.