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Dave Edlund – Guarding Savage

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USA TODAY Bestselling Author

“With a hero full of grit and determination, this action-packed, timely tale is required reading for any thriller aficionado.” —Steve Berry, New York Times and #1 international bestselling author

USA Today Best Selling author Dave Edlund does not disappoint with the latest highly-anticipated Peter Savage novel. Guarding Savage takes Peter to Asia where he is unwittingly thrust into a modern conflict stemming from centuries-old animosity.  

Guarding Savage is available with your favorite bookstores and online retailers October 30, 2018. Purchase your copy.

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 Nancy Boyarsky – Liar Liar


Nicole Graves is the best fictional sleuth to come down the pike since Sue Grafton’s Kinsey Millhone." –Laura Levine, author of the Jaine Austen Mysteries

The truth is elusive in Liar Liar. Nicole Graves finds herself in the crosshairs when she reluctantly agrees to babysit a witness in a high-profile rape trial. Mary Ellen Barnes is suing her university’s star quarterback for rape when the authorities won’t act. In the court of public opinion, Mary Ellen appears to be the quintessential, pious, good girl. But her lies and mysterious comings and goings lead Nicole to suspect that she’s not what she seems.

Liar Liar is now available in bookstores and with online retailers. Get your copy now.

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Linda Vigen Phillips – Behind These Hands


"a richly woven, unforgettable symphony of feelings and words" –Kirkus Reviews (Starred Review)

In this novel told in verse, piano prodigy 14-year-old Claire Fairchild struggles to reconcile her own musical success with the Batten disease that will claim the lives of her two younger brothers. When Claire meets a centenarian with only one regret, she knows she'll have to change, but she’s not sure she has the courage to take the next step.

Behind These Hands is now available with your favorite retailer! Order today.


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Deborah Hining – In the Midst of Innocence

DeborahHiningThumb"An endearing ballad of the struggle for existence and understanding." –Booklist

In Deborah's epistolary novel, set in the mountains of Tennessee during the depths of the Great Depression, readers follow the dual narrative of 10-year-old Pearl Wallace and her teacher Emily Weston. When murder, fire, and heartbreak threaten those they love, Pearl and Emily must confront the hate and bigotry of their neighbors.

In the Midst of Innocence is available everywhere books are sold. 


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