Judy Penz Sheluk by Judy Penz Sheluk

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The Hanged Man's Noose: A Glass Dolphin Mystery (Glass Dolphin
Judy Penz Sheluk

Smalltown secrets and subterfuge lead to murder in this fastmoving, deftly written tale of highstakes real estate wrangling gone amok.
Journalist Emily Garland lands a plum assignment as the editor of a niche magazine based in Lount’s Landing, a small town named after a colorful 19th century Canadian traitor. As she interviews the local business owners for the magazine, Emily quickly learns that many people are unhappy with real estate mogul Garrett Stonehaven’s plans to convert an...

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Foster Passion (Aging Out Book 3)
Angelica Kate

Before her death, Mama Jean, as she was fondly known by the foster children she took in, set in motion the plans for the HertzelMendall Family Farm, a community established to offer homes to families that fostered children. The “Farm” offers therapeutic, recreational and many other services all in one place to achieve the best outcomes for children in the foster care...

Dragon's Cure (Dragon Courage Book 4)
Kandi Wyatt

Serena’s been hurt before, but not like this. He had gone too far this time, and she knew it. When she sets out on her own, she’s unsettled by the ominous noises that seem to follow her. Scratches and huffs that couldn’t have been made by any animal she had ever heard of. With wonder, she discovers that the noises are not the stuff of nightmares, but a baby dragon. And along with it, an intriguing dragon rider named Carryn.
While Serena begins training as a dragon rider, she...

Between the Horns: Tales of the Middle Lands
J.P. Reedman

Between the Mountains of the Horns, licked into existance by the worldcow Udumla, lie the Middle Lands, bounded by the Great River and by the frozen northern Kingdom of the mystical ErlKing. Once a place of much feuding and fighting, the folk of these lands now participate only in gentle competition....as they celebrate the seasons in their distinctive little towns tucked between the peaks and the water. But it is hard to live normally when you are in a world populated with trolls and...

Point of Contact
Richard Ayre

"A gripping scifi chiller"
In the city of Newcastle, people are dying. And not through natural causes. Something is burning them. Turning them to ashes, seemingly in an instant. Tasked with investigating these deaths, fire expert Ian Fenwick finds himself drawn into the murky world of a man known only as William. A man with seemingly limitless powers. A man hell bent on changing the world into an environment fit only for his strange and terrifying allies; the Visitors. With time running...

The Hundred Years Farce
Scott Skipper

Most people don't recall—if they ever knew—that the United States Army invaded México in 1846. A year later they entered México City and received an unconditional surrender. Then they walked away with Texas, New México and California. What would have happened if they hadn't walked away?
History is full of crossroads. Alexander conquered Egypt, Persia and Afghanistan then he went to India and died of fever at twentythree. How would he have redrawn the world map if he had lived...