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Stop The World: by Sherry Mayes

Set in the dusty desert town of Cedarville, North California, beauty queen, Jody Angel Taylor believes her life is all mapped out: glamorous, clever and popular, and due to marry her handsome boyfriend, she has it all. Until one night she has a devastating car crash, ending up paralyzed and her perfect world collapses.
Committing media suicide and publicly blamed for her own accident, everything around her falls apart. She becomes a lonely recluse, feeling she’s lost everything...

Heroes?: One Family's four months of dramatic events in 1950s by Sydney Carr

Amidst the hardworking mining community of 1958 Ashington, one battered and bruised family need all their innerstrength and resilience to survive four months of traumatic events that test their youthful resilience and Geordie sense of humour to the limit.
In a town of heroic everyday toil, who are the villains and who are the heroes? Can the family fight through adversity and remain strong enough to pull together or will they crumble and fall; who of them has the strength and courage to...

Masterpiece of Murder (The Charlotte Ross Mysteries) by Evelyn Cullet

Heartbroken American art student, Charlotte Ross, is so intent on locating her errant fiancé that she submits someone else’s painting as her own in order to gain access to a Master art class being held in Bariloche, Argentina—the place her lost love was last seen. When the painting gets her accepted into the class given by a worldfamous artist and womanizer, being a novice makes keeping up with the others nearly impossible as she struggles to fake her way though, while trying to win...

The Night Shadow by Chéri Vausé

The first four years of the 1960s have been filled with tragedy and violence for Esther Charlemagne; divorce from her abusive, alcoholic husband, the death of her thirteen yearold son, the assassination of President Kennedy, and her battle with breast cancer. None of these events, however, have prepared her for the investigation of her life, into the circumstantial death of a talented young ballet dancer, killed in a mysterious fire. Teamed with her former partner on the New York City...

Perfect For You by Ashelyn Drake

Seventeen-year-old Meg Flannigan isn’t very selfconfident, but what girl would be after her sophomoreyear boyfriend dumped her by making out with another girl in front of her locker? Now a senior, Meg catches the eye of not one but two guys at school. They vie over her attention, and both are gorgeous. Sounds good, right? Not if one of the guys is her boyfriend and the other one wants to be. Meg doesn’t want to lose Ash. They’ve been together for almost five months, and she’s falling...

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