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  • Done in by Diamonds

    by Mabry Hall ...
    series 18 Karat Cold Mysteries #4
    All I wanted to do was sell a little jewelry.Spring has sprung in northwestern Louisiana, and Annalee Wyatt hasn't stumbled across a murder victim in months. Still, between selling antique jewelry in the Magnolia Blossom, traveling to shows, and spending time with her next-door honey, she has plenty to occupy her days.The demands on her time lessen when Florine Phillips is hired to work at the ... Read more

    $3.99 USD

  • A Rumor of Riches

    An 18 Karat Cold Mystery

    by Mabry Hall ...
    series 18 Karat Cold Mysteries #3
    Annalee Wyatt is looking forward to a quiet, solitary week in the woods. Just her, a couple of friendly dogs, and a well-stocked wine cellar. What could possibly go wrong?The offer to stay in a cozy 1850s cabin sounds perfect, even if winter in Louisiana means there won't be a blanket of snow. All Annalee needs to do in return is make an appraisal of a deceased artist's jewelry and antiques.As an ... Read more

    $3.99 USD

  • A Regrettable Reunion

    An 18 Karat Cold Mystery

    by Mabry Hall ...
    series 18 Karat Cold Mysteries #2
    18 Karat Sold? Or 18 Karat Cold?Louisiana writer Mabry Hall presents another adventure combining murder and jewels, with a heavy dose of laughter."We screamed, but we weren't loud enough to wake the dead. . . ."Antique jewelry dealer Annalee Wyatt has settled into life on newly-inherited Goat Hill Farm and relunctantly agrees to accompany her new boyfriend to his small-town class reunion. Ex ... Read more

    $3.99 USD

  • An Engaging End

    An 18 Karat Cold Mystery

    by Mabry Hall ...
    18 Karat Sold? Or 18 Karat Cold? Antique jewelry dealer Annalee Wyatt recently moved from Houston to Goat Hill, her family's ancestral farm in Louisiana. Okay, admittedly she knows jack about farming and makes her living selling expensive baubles, but she's returned to her roots and wants everyone, including the citizens of nearby Berryville, to be as enthusiastic about it as she is. Her goal of ... Read more

    $2.99 USD

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  • The Crossroads Cafe

    by Deborah Smith ...
    The world's most beautiful movie star is scarred in a firey car accident. Her career over and her self-esteem in shreds, she hides in the magnificent home her grandmother left her in the mountains of North Carolina. But her motherly cousin refuses to let her become a recluse, and a handsome neighbor with painful dilemmas of his own is lured into the mix. Romance, family life, drama, humor, and ... Read more

    $7.19 USD

  • Skipping a Beat

    A Novel

    From the author of the acclaimed The Opposite of Me, a poignant, witty novel about marriage, forgiveness, and the choices that give shape—and limits—to our lives.What would you do if your husband suddenly wanted to rewrite all of the rules of your relationship? This is the question at the heart of Skipping a Beat, Pekkanen’s thought-provoking second book.From the outside, Julia and Michael seem to ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • Reunion At Mossy Creek

    series the Mossy Creek Series #2
    Welcome back to Mossy Creek--the warm-hearted but stubborn residents of the small town whose motto is "Ain't goin' nowhere and don't want to" are once again sorting out the joys sorrows and everyday mysteries of life. This time around they've got the added drama of the big town reunion commemorating the twenty-year-old mystery of the late great Mossy Creek High School which burned to the ground ... Read more

    $5.39 USD

  • The Optimistic Decade

    by Heather Abel ...
    "Abel is a perceptive writer whose astute observations keep the book funny and light . . . An exploration of the limits of idealism . . . subversive." —The New York Times Book ReviewA smart and sly story about a utopian summer camp, a charismatic leader, and the people who are drawn to his vision, The Optimistic Decade follows four unforgettable characters and a piece of land that changes everyone ... Read more

    $12.29 USD

  • From the Heart Volumes 1 & 2

    A Collection of Short Romantic Stories

    Before she was an award-winning New York Times  bestselling author, RaeAnne Thayne wrote dozens of short romantic stories, many of which were published in Woman’s World magazine. Now, for the first time in one collection, read this heartwarming collection of twenty of her favorite stories of love, hope and healing from an author whose writing #1 NYT bestselling author Debbie Macomber says “will ... Read more

    $4.99 USD

  • Dark at the Roots

    A Memoir

    by Sarah Thyre ...
    As a middle child raised middle class and stuck out in the middle of Louisiana, hilarious writer and actress Sarah Thyre often found her in–between existence far less than desirable. Even from a young age, Sarah found ways of shirking her own hated identity — whether by stealing someone else's or lying about her own. She changed her name, claimed to be a great outdoorsman, and solicited donations ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • How to Die of Embarrassment Every Day

    A True Story

    by Ann Hodgman ...
    Humorous and humiliating memories of an awkward childhood, sprinkled with hilarious family photographs and other memorabilia, from the author of The House of a Million Pets.Ann Hodgman is a funny lady. In How to Die of Embarrassment Every Day, she explains how she got that way. But the book only goes up through sixth grade. After that, her life became so embarrassing that writing it down would ... Read more

    $11.99 USD

  • Old Maine Woman

    Stories from The Coast to The County

    Glenna Johnson Smith writes with eloquence and humor about the complexities, absurdities, and pleasures of the every day, from her nostalgic looks at her childhood on the Maine coast in the 1920s and 1930s, to her observations of life under the big sky and among the rolling potato fields of her beloved Aroostook County, where she has lived for nearly seven decades. The book also includes some of ... Read more

    $9.99 USD