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Review: The Red Canary, by Rachel Scott McDaniel

Overview Music sparks her world, but can love ignite her heart? In 1928, soot from the local mills and music from speakeasies linger in the Pittsburgh air. When the manager of The Kelly Club is found dead, nightclub singer Vera … Continue reading

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Review: Nothing Short of Wondrous, by Regina Scott

Synopsis It is 1886, and the government has given the US Cavalry control of Yellowstone. For widowed hotelier Kate Tremaine, the change is a welcome one. She knows every inch of her wilderness home like the back of her hand … Continue reading

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Review: Dogwood Plantation, by Carrie Fancett Pagels

Synopsis When a deadly yellow fever outbreak draws Cornelia Gill back home, her new independent life must be abandoned. Injured veteran, Carter Williams, likewise must return to Dogwood Plantation when he suffers grievous family losses. Both become caretakers to younger … Continue reading

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Review: Watercolors, by Lorna Seilstad

Synopsis Strong-willed watercolor artist Amelia York thought she could paint the scenes of her own life – that is until she finds herself responsible for getting her brother, a paralyzed war veteran, home to Iowa and must deal with the … Continue reading

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Review: Palmer Girl, by Dawn Klinge

Synopsis When insurance tycoon, Cornelius Nordeman, is recruited to work for the Exposition Corporation, the New Yorker brings his family to live at the Palmer House Hotel, far away from any reminders of a recent tragedy. He’s hopeful this move … Continue reading

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