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The Italian Sister (The Wine Lover's Daughter, Book 1)
Christa Polkinhorn

Standing at her father’s grave in California, Sofia Laverne mourns his untimely death. Henry had not only been a loving parent but Sofia’s best friend and mentor. Imagine her shock and grief when she finds out her father had lived a doublelife, that she has a tenyear younger sister and inherited a vineyard in Tuscany. Torn between anger about his betrayal, grief for her loss, and hopeful anticipation, Sofia packs her bags and takes off for Italy to meet fourteenyear old Julietta....

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An Artist's Eye (Dica Series Book 5)
Clive S. Johnson

Book 5 of the Realm of Dica series.
An epic mystery set within the exquisitely realised ‘createdworld’ realm of Dica. At its heart is a story spanning the millennia – from ancient myth and legend to the realm’s turbulent present – all seen through the intimate vision of its idiosyncratic characters. These are folk who’ll become as real to you as friends or family, and whose revealing and somehow contemporary story will stay with you for ever more.
This is the kind of...

Jeri Lynn Stone

When two prominent business men are murdered and mutilated within hours of each other, New York Detectives Tara Woods and Matt Dobbs race to find the killer.
As they investigate the men's pasts, they discover similar unsolved murders spread across the states linked to their current cases.
And, then the deadly taunts begin.
The killer lures Tara to an abandoned building where the ugly truth from Tara's past and a burning rage erupts into violence and heartbreak.

Dream Job: Wacky Adventures of an HR Manager
Janet Garber

Melanie Kohl is like a hamster on a treadmill, running in place and getting nowhere, starting with her mindnumbing commute to work, her job as employee relations manager/Ms. FixIt at a comically outofcontrol medical center in New York City, and ending each day when she crawls into her basement apartment, bemoaning her sexless, uneventful private life, rocked by disturbing dreams of mayhem and murder. As she heads inexorably towards a breakdown, hastened by the murder of her much hated boss...

Killer Conversations: (Just When You Thought It Was Safe to
Stephanie Parker McKean

He walks a lot and is an unfriendly loner. She pegs him as a serial killer. People in the small Scottish village don’t believe her. They attribute her suspicions to a “writer’s imagination.”
Then there’s a new murder.
She stalks him looking for evidence. He stalks her to find out if she has evidence. When the two collide, it’s in a deadly life and death struggle.
Kevyn Skye Lamar’s quest to find a story and write the “Great American Novel” may end up with her as...

Saving Henry
Rusty Savage

The time is the 1950s, when life is simple, people believe in dreams, and family is everything. The place is a midsize town in middle America with a lake and cabins at the edge of town, high schools where sports are important, but take a backseat to education, and the annual county fair is the biggest event of the year. On opening day at the fair, an extraordinary series of events begin to unfold, and gradually what seems serendipitous is stippled with purpose. The lives of two happy...