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The Reluctant First Lady

by Patricia Morrow

Get ready for a change of pace and a quick touchdown into the political and personal lives of the president and the first lady. It may not be at all what one would expect, especially since this wife of a president has decided to forego... Read More

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The Double Cross

by Patricia Morrow

The first in Carla Kelly’s new Spanish Brand series, "The Double Cross" is a late-­eighteenth-­century story set in the Comancheria region of the American frontier that encompasses a large part of both Texas and New Mexico. Don Marco... Read More

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Blackmoore

by Patricia Morrow

Admirers of Austen, Gaskell, and the Brontë sisters will enjoy this light tale of romance set in the early nineteenth century. The heroine, Kate Worthington, appears to be dead­set against marrying. She has set her sights instead on an... Read More

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Escape from Paris

by Patricia Morrow

In this tightly­-written war thriller, the reader is brought into the scene quickly as the author introduces the characters in situ and one by one—characters whose fates will soon intertwine through heart­-wrenching situations and... Read More

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Dandelion Hunter

by Patricia Morrow

Need to survive the apocalypse? There’s a plant for that. If natural disaster strikes and grocery store shelves go bare, what could an apartment dweller find to eat? The thought of “apocalypse insurance” drove Rebecca Lerner to... Read More

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The King's Jar

by Patricia Morrow

A tightly written mystery set within a whirlwind promenade through the world of fine art, as seen through the eyes of a museum fund-raiser. A celadon funerary jar, ancient and priceless, goes missing from the Devor Museum, and... Read More

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Washika

by Patricia Morrow

Robert A. Poirier’s "Washika" is the story of a group of high school graduates from Quebec who spend a summer in the ’60s working on a log drive on the Cabonga River. The story is divided into four parts and begins slowly, with much... Read More

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