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The Ghost Keeper

By Natalie Morrill - Published 2018


You would think that a story about taking care of the dead would be creepy, but nothing could be further from the truth ...Read Review

Dreams of Falling

By Karen White - Published 2018



A multi-generational novel of friendship, second chances, betrayal, and long-held secrets, Dreams of Falling is a poignant piece of Southern fiction, one that ...Read Review

My Dear Hamilton: A Novel of Eliza Schuyler

By Laura Kamoie - By Stephanie Dray - Published 2018


Biographical Fiction

Hamilton, the smash Broadway musical, was the authors’ inspiration for this sweeping novel about Alexander Hamilton’s wife, Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton. The writing ...Read Review

The House on Foster Hill

By Jaime Jo Wright - Published 2017



The House on Foster Hill is an edge-of-your-seat multi-period mystery that brims with suspense, romance, and inspiration. A century ago, Ivy, the daughter ...Read Review

This I Know

By Eldonna Edwards - Published 2018


Grace Carter is like any preteen living in a small Midwestern town in the late 1960s except for one thing: she has what ...Read Review

The Way of Beauty

By Camille Di Maio - Published 2018



The Way of Beauty is a charming multi-generational love story, but it is more than that: it is a story of family, love ...Read Review

Whisper of the Moon Moth

By Lindsay Jayne Ashford - Published 2017


Biographical Fiction

Whisper of the Moon Moth is an enchanting tale of a starlet’s rise to fame in Hollywood from humble and obscure beginnings, ...Read Review

The Road to Bittersweet

By Donna Everhart - Published 2018


The Road to Bittersweet is an adventure story and coming-of-age story wrapped into one satisfying package. In 1940, Wallis Ann Stamper and her family ...Read Review

The Uncertain Season

By Ann Howard Creel - Published 2017


The Uncertain Season tackles themes of societal norms and expectations, of race and privilege, and of finding one’s own way in life. ...Read Review

When It’s Over

By Barbara Ridley - Published 2017


In pre-WWII Prague, Lena Kulkova, who is Jewish, becomes involved with the underground resistance movement, as well as with Otto, a German-Jewish refugee. ...Read Review

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