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  • Desert Enigma

    Plague in Chaco Canyon by

    When an entire population of Anasazi people mysteriously vanish, it is up to a team of modern-day archaeologists to unlock the secret of their disappearance. The year is 1198 and Shadow Dancer looks down on his home in Chaco Canyon from his ...


  • Father of the Man

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    Edward Finlay recalls his life’s odyssey beginning in the 1890s on his family ranch in rural Montana. His childhood revolves around three people: his father, a cattle rancher; his mother, who is determined for her son to receive a modern education; ...


  • The Broken Veranda

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    Joanne E. Beattie wrote The Broken Veranda as a fictionalized account of her older sister’s experience with polio. Although Joanne wasn’t alive when her sister contracted the disease, she often heard older members of her family talk about the ...


  • The Hat Box

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    In the wake of her father’s death, Katherine decides to volunteer at a nursing home. There she meets Hanna, a charming elderly woman with painful secrets, stored in an old hat box. Little by little, as their friendship progresses, Hanna’s story ...


  • The Last Best West

    Never Look Back by

    It was the 1880's, a time of great excitement in the world: Canada had opened the west. The Last Best West transports us to the private world of the aristocrat Lady Adela Cochrane, daughter of the 2nd Earl of Stradbroke and her husband, Thomas ...


  • Lis

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    Who would buy a seven acre peach farm in Niagara at the age of sixty-two? To the surprise of his friends, in 1958 Richard Lis did just that, and then spent the next seventeen years of his life farming and living alone in a drafty shack by the lake. ...


  • Lost Souls of Lakewood

    The History and Mystery of Blaylock Mansion by

    GHOSTS HAUNT LAKEWOOD LANDS AND BLAYLOCK’S MANSION. WHO ARE THEY? WHY ARE THEY THERE? Straight out of a fairy tale or thriller movie, Blaylock's Mansion leaps into stunning view as one traverses a gentle curve in the road. Surrounded by ...


  • Albatross Hall

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    The author invites readers with a passion for history and adventure to enjoy this engrossing account of a dramatic period of European and North American history set in the reigns of George III and IV with a brief flashback to the reign of Elizabeth ...


  • The Chronicles of Brane

    Curse of The Raven by

    Baltimore 1849. A curse has been placed over this town, as it seems... with Edgar Allan Poe blamed. Action, mystery, and drama have all been mixed together in Curse of the Raven. The struggles, reality, and dangers people back then endured were ...


  • Giulia

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    Giulia (pronounced Julia) was the daughter of Caesar Augustus. Arrested for adultery and treason, Giulia is banished to the island of Pandateria for 5 years where she spends her days in the company of 3 servants, musing about former lovers, lost ...