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“I’ll Push You” by Patrick Gray and Justin Skeesuck

Friends To The End! We may have lots of “friends,” but most are little more than surface acquaintances.  But who can be called on in a time of need?  That person is a true friend. Justin and Patrick have that … Continue reading

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“Freedom’s Ring” by Heidi Chiavaroli

Forgive Me? Annie was running in the Boston Marathon when a terrorist struck setting off a bomb.  Both she and her cheering niece, Grace, were seriously hurt.  Annie was consumed with guilt that Grace’s dreadful injury was her fault, and … Continue reading

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“Holding the Fort” by Regina Jennings

The Performance of her Life! “I am Lovely Lola Bell.  They will be enchanted by my performance and love my show.”  Each time Lola walks out to sing on the stage of the Cat-Eye Saloon, she says this under her … Continue reading

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“Fatal Trust” by Todd M. Johnson

Too Good to be True? About to lose the law office his father started, Ian Wells is desperate to find a way to hang on.  Additionally, he is the main caretaker, and financial provider for his Alzheimer’s stricken mom.  His … Continue reading

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“Heart on the Line” by Karen Witemeyer

            Can She Stay Alive? Grace Mallory is on the run for her life after she witnesses the killing of her father, and knows she will be next.  Grace takes refuge in Harper’s Station, Texas, … Continue reading

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“Death at Thorburn Hall” by Julianna Deering

Who Dun it? Return to the golden days of English mysteries.  Accompany Lord and Lady, Drew and Madeline Farthering, who find themselves in the middle of questionable circumstances in early 1930’s Scotland.  What started out as a pleasure trip turns … Continue reading

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“A Note Yet Unsung” by Tamera Alexander

Finding Your Song After Rebekah Carrington’s step-father’s failed attack, her grandmother whisked her away to Vienna for the past ten years.  She thrived under the intense musical training there, but with the recent passing of her grandmother, Rebekah has been … Continue reading

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“True to You” by Becky Wade

Ugly Duckling? Nora Bradford appears to be a plain girl who hides herself away in her over-sized, frumpy clothes and her work.  But all is not as it seems.  Nora once thought her other two sisters were the pretty ones, … Continue reading

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“An Outlaw and a Lady” by Jessi Colter

The Amazing Life of Jessi Colter and Waylon Jennings! Waylon Jennings. Even if you think you don’t know his music, if you ever watched the television show, The Dukes of Hazzard, you heard him sing the theme song, and play … Continue reading

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“A Day at the Beach: Devotions to Help You Relax, Reflect, and Renew” by Jedd and Todd Hafer

Meeting God at the Beach! Everything about this book will make you smile.  It is a very eye pleasing little volume with an orange leather-like cover, which has a pineapple embossed on it—there is even a built in orange bookmark.  … Continue reading

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