These titles have advanced from all 2020 Somerset entries to the Long List. Good Luck to all as the CIBA judging rounds continue for the 2020 Somerset Book Awards for Literary and Contemporary Fiction. #CIBAs
JOLABOKAFLOD – an Icelandic Tradition -CHANTICLEER’S HOLIDAY BOOKs PICK – See Our Top of the List Holiday Themed Books! –
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WHEN a CONSCIENCE KNOCKS by James G. Skinner – Romantic Literature, Marriage/Relationships, Alzheimer’s disease
An intimate look at one woman’s life as she fights for her identity after her husband is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.
This is the official announcement of the 2019 Somerset Book Awards for Contemporary and Literary books, a division of the CIBAs, First Place Category Winners, and the Somerset Grand Prize Winner. Congratulations to all! The 2019 Somerset Book Awards were presented by Michelle Rene, Overall Grand Prize Winner for Best Book of the Year.
BIRD IN A SNARE (The Lord Hani Mysteries, Book 1) by N.L. Holmes – Political Thriller, Ancient Egyptian Mystery, Family Drama
A rich, authentic mystery set in ancient Egypt brought by one who knows her stuff. Archeologist, N.L. Holmes offers up a political thriller that will have readers clamoring for more. One of our new favorites. Highly recommended!
A deadly storm, a cryptic secret, and one woman who holds the key - only she's deceased. Will her twin be able to unravel the tale and resolve the storm? That's the question in this beautifully penned, dramatic novel. Highly recommended.
CHRISTMAS at LADYWELL, A Time for Secrets by Nicola Slade – Historical Mystery/Thrillers/Suspense, Two-Hour Literature & Fiction Shorts, Family Life Fiction
An exquisitely written English tale set for Yuletide cheer. A book to curl up with during the holidays. Highly recommended.
Drawing on fact, fable and inherited lore, Wilson presents an historical fiction at its best. A dark, dangerous, and intriguing tale of upheaval in southern American history and its effects on local culture, economy and family ties.
The BOY WHO DANCED WITH RABBITS by J. R. Collins – U.S. Historical Fiction, Romantic Action/Adventure, Family Saga
A vivid tale of a time and place when the country was new to some and home to others. Taken from original source materials, this story is both heartwarming and heartbreaking.