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The Secrets of GlenMary Farm

by Pat McGrath Avery

Even life in a retirement home can involve intrigue as Janice Harmon discovers when she moves to a beautiful estate near Louisville, Kentucky. Although she is looking forward to a little peace and quiet, she soon finds herself involved... Read More

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Unresolved Issues

by Pat McGrath Avery

From small-town police departments to federal agency politics and personality conflicts, "Unresolved Issues" covers it all. Ronald Gauge’s murder mystery involves crime, powerful people, science, current issues and the criminal justice... Read More

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Betrayal in Paradise

by Pat McGrath Avery

Set at the Kalua Royale, a resort owned by the three Royal sisters, this Christian romance brings readers into the tropical beauty of the Hawaiian Islands. Marisa, the oldest sister and an attorney in Honolulu, comes home after an urgent... Read More

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The Judas Gene

by Pat McGrath Avery

What would Christians today think about Judas Iscariot if they met him? Of course, Judas is known as the one who betrayed Jesus, but did the other apostles suspect a traitor in their midst? To be sure, the Bible leaves a great many open... Read More

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Hermann's Ruhe

by Pat McGrath Avery

“I don’t know about you sometimes. You have gotten very hard,” Rosa Schmidt tells her daughter Helen when an American Army officer wants to rent the family’s cottage, which is named Hermann’s Ruhe. With her husband Fritz off to... Read More

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Martin Truemartin

by Pat McGrath Avery

There was something about the ancient relic that was strangely attractive to Martin. Leaning closer…to test the texture of the black stones, Martin sensed an odd tingling at the tips of his fingers. Then, suddenly, he experienced a... Read More

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Beyond Ultra

by Pat McGrath Avery

Mix family ties with war and world politics and the stage is set for the story of a loving family torn apart by divided loyalties. In 1888, Pedro Ortega of Spain and Wilhelm Hoffman of Germany forge a friendship that evolves into a... Read More

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