Traveling the Mother Road—Route 66—Charlie swaps his oppressive family for an offbeat cast of characters and learns about freedom, love, and how to stand up for himself in Elizabeth Barlo's Ruth 66.
The HARRIET CLUB: A NOVEL of SAN FRANCISCO by Kathe Maguire – Literary, Y/A Mystery/Thriller, Romance
Obsession and dedication go hand in hand in Kathe McGuire's The Harriet Club, a gritty Y/A mystery thriller set in the shadow of San Francisco.
The Apprentice transports the reader to a raw, natural world, one with fields of sweet smelling sage, soaring hawks and diving falcons. The language and beauty of the sport of falconry is woven expertly into the narrative, providing the reader a glimpse into a rarified world while providing believable, relatable characters.
A BIT of CANDY in HARD TIMES by Blaine Beveridge – Historical Fiction, Political, Prohibition, Pacific Northwest
Starts with a bulls-eye and enthralls to the last page. It’s tough to put down, so arrange your schedule accordingly. You’ll be waiting for Beveridge’s next book.
One woman clandestinely practices her art, risking not only her reputation but her life, in pre-renaissance Italy. Spellbinding and transporting. A must read!
Five run-away grannies prove that dreams are worth pursuing, life is worth celebrating, and you’re never too old for true love in Jessica H. Stone’s engagingly fun and poignant tale of women pursuing their hopes and dreams.
Love once lost is not always easy to regain, even when the couple in question are like peas and carrots. Memorable characters, shimmering and confident prose, and realistic dialogue are portrayed in this stellar contemporary romance of mid-life star-crossed lovers seeking a second chance.
Indiana Jones has some serious competition from Angélica García, a fiery redhead who is a smart, lovely, resourceful, snake-wrangling, and machete-wielding machine…and that’s all before lunch.