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  • Blue Moon on Water

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    In the 1950s, just a few years after Newfoundland entered Confederation, the first official provincial resettlement program saw thousands of islanders leave their coastal out-port communities to resettle on the mainland. The plan was that families ...


  • Mountain Retreat

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    Sarah Long, a young biology instructor at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, makes an abrupt career change when her Aunt May and Uncle Joe hire her to help out at their inn outside the remote town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Once there, Sarah ...


  • Echoes

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    In the third of the Bear Valley series, the evolving contemporary lives of the Royer and Harter families and their neighbors echo those of the early homesteaders as they confront the challenges of the weather, the isolation and hardships of ranch ...


  • Phyllis

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    Phyllis, a widow in her sixties, goes to a Great Lakes resort for a change of scenery, and there she meets another lonely soul— Owen, a gruff but kindly handyman. Their tentative romance is interrupted when Owen is asked to repair a cottage for an ...


  • Little Maggie

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    ‘Baby Maggie was stolen – straight out of the cradle’ This was not a crime – not in any legal way. Maggie was the fourth child born to Marlies and Josito Otero - in the span of four years and four months. Incredible? But true. One plus years later, ...


  • Big Spoon Cove

    A Year of Fun and Friends, Tears and Fears, Forests and Forecasts by

    Come on over to Big Spoon Cove and meet some of my neighbours. In this humble village we’ll meet two cantankerous old men, an ecology professor, forest researcher, biologist, forest technologist; even a hermit monk, along with my ...


  • Sky Watcher

    A Shadow in Time by

    Charlotte Harper’s life isn’t going as she expected. She had to change her course of studies, her ex-boyfriend has hooked up with her best friend, and she misses her mother desperately since her passing. Searching for meaning and direction, she ...


  • The Unlikely Hunter

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    The dangers of the wild are present when first a small town minister, and a generation later, the minister’s son, go on fall hunting trips. The father’s hunting trip is a matter of household economy; the son’s trip, an opportunity to return to the ...


  • The Unlikely Hunter

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    The dangers of the wild are present when first a small town minister, and a generation later, the minister’s son, go on fall hunting trips. The father’s hunting trip is a matter of household economy; the son’s trip, an opportunity to return to the ...


  • On Duty

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    When a deathbed confession leads RCMP Constable Jasper Nelson to discover the existence of his illegitimate sister, his curiosity is piqued and he sets out to find her. He locates the young woman a year later where he least expects to, within the ...