Death Is the Cool Night-- murder, passion and opera
Lost to the World - Polio vaccine research stalked by a human killer...
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Sloane Hall by Libby Sternberg
Jane Eyre-inspired tale of old Hollywood

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Dragon Lady by Gary Alexander.. bittersweet love story during the Vietnam War

The Love Finds a Home series
by award-winning romance author Jerri Corgiat, originally published by Penguin Signet
"Unforgettable characters"...Romantic Times Book Club
Two short stories you can devour on your lunch hour--tasty and satisfying reads! Yum...


Five novels, each showcasing different members of the extended O'Malley family and their sometimes bumpy journeys toward happiness. All are set against the stunning backdrop of the Ozarks in the cozy town of Cordelia, Missouri. Originally published by Penguin's Signet imprint to critical acclaim, two were featured selections of Literary Guild, Doubleday and Rhapsody book clubs.
Read an interview with author Jerri Corgiat here.
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AEFLE & GISELA
by Libby Malin
THE OLD ASHBURN PLACE
by Margaret Flint
The Dodd Mead Pictorial Review Best First Novel of 1935

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The Heart's Journey Series:
KIT AUSTEN'S JOURNEY  and MENDING RUTH'S HEART by Libby Sternberg
Disappeared
A fake hit man is targeted by a real one
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Young Adult

The Body Electric
by Allie Duzett
Seventeen-year-old Lena Clark meets the guy of her dreams--strong, handsome, gallant Zach Zuson--only to discover his family holds grudges of mythological proportions, placing them both in danger and  threatening their blossoming relationship. A fun, exciting and sweet fantasy by a debut author! Click here to read more about this new title!

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Literary, Historical

After the War
by Libby Sternberg
In the summer of 1955, a young nun awakens in Johns Hopkins Hospital after suffering an overdose, unable to remember the events that brought her there. As she recovers, she becomes the center of quiet
struggles among those who surround her, each of them suffering from unseen war wounds ten years after the fighting ended, each finding their way to a very personal peace.  Click here for more.  "...a touching novel of faith and family...told with beautiful language and emotional clarity. A novel to savor." Christy English, author of The Queen's Pawn

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Romance

The Love Finds a Home Series by Jerri Corgiat in one set!
Jerri Corgiat's five acclaimed stories of the extended O'Malley clan now available together. Set in Cordelia, Missouri, a town nestled in the Ozarks and filled with people you'll want to visit with again and again, the Love Finds a Home series combines award-winning romance with heartwarming small-town family tales. A great opportunity to own all five of these wonderful books.
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Literary Fiction
The Distance by Saborna Roychowdhury
A moving story of a young Indian woman's choices -- between two men, two countries, two Indias....

“Through Roychowdhury's rich detail and illuminating dialogue emerges a protagonist who is caught in a love triangle and the conflict between rigid traditions and western freedoms. The book...smoothly incorporates the countless facets of modern India..." Starred review. Publishers Weekly.
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Literary Fiction
Jimmy's Girl by Stephanie Gertler
Originally published by Penguin's Dutton imprint

During the Summer of 1967, sixteen-year-old Emily Hudson falls in love for the first time with Jimmy Moran just before he enlists in the Marine Corps and heads off to war. When he returns, both Emily and Jimmy have changed, and they go their separate ways. Now, thirty years later, Emily can’t stop thinking about Jimmy and wonders “what if?” Her question is answered when she finds him online. Although they are both married to other people, Emily and Jimmy meet again in Washington, DC, visiting the Vietnam War Memorial together and revisiting their lost love, ultimately having to decide if they deserve a second chance. Told in the alternating voices of Jimmy and Emily, this tender story explores misunderstanding and reconciliation in thought-provoking and poignant ways.
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"A tender evocation of lost love, and what it means to find it again." (Kirkus Reviews)
"Sharp-eyed [and] impeccably detailed." (Marie Claire)
"A sweet response to one of life's constant what-if questions." (Booklist, starred review)