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Staying hidden has kept her alive…But now she’s been found.

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It's never too late for love in the small Texas ranch town of Silverlake.

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Laura Joh Rowland is back the case of a mutilated "Sleeping Beauty" washed ashore in London.

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Once she got away, but this time it's a dead end

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Grim Reaper Charley Davidson is back in the final installment of Darynda Jones’ New York Times bestselling paranormal series

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Sin may find the Saint she never knew she needed.

Margaret Wurtele

Margaret Wurtele

Margaret Wurtele grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She graduated from Smith College in 1967, then spent two years in the Peace Corps in Senegal, West Africa. She received a Masters in Liberal Studies from Hamline University in 1993.

Her career has centered on fund raising for the arts as development director for the St Paul United Arts Fund, as Managing Director for the Dayton Hudson Foundation, and as a board member of such Twin Cities arts organizations as the Guthrie Theater, Minnesota Opera, and the Loft Literary Center.

Margaret Wurtele is the author of two memoirs: Touching the Edge: A Mother’s Path from Loss to Life and Taking Root: a Spiritual Memoir. She and her husband divide their time between Minneapolis and California’s Napa Valley, where they are the owners of Terra Valentine winery. The Golden Hour is her first novel.

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