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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.


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Seconds to Live
by Susan Sleeman
"A fast-paced, inspirational cyber thriller!"
Posted December 5, 2019

Dustee Carr is running for her life from an attacker as she exits the bus near her home. She narrowly escapes down an alley and hides out until she can contact her WITSEC Deputy Taylor Mills. Dustee and her sister were relocated to Portland, Oregon in a deal to Read more...

Murder for Good
by Veronica Heley
"Grab a ‘cuppa’ and solve this murder mystery with Ellie!"
Posted November 7, 2019

Ellie Quicke and her husband Thomas live in present-day London in a very large old Victorian left to Ellie by her late first husband. Both are nearing retirement age but continue to stay busy; Ellie, with the trust she oversees, left to her by her late husband, and Read more...

The End of the Magi
by Patrick W. Carr
"What are you searching for in your life’s journey?"
Posted November 7, 2019

Daniel penned the words in his book of the Bible that the Messiah would come in seven sevens and sixty-two sevens … 483 years after the beginning of the rebuilding of the temple in Jerusalem. A group of men in the countries east of Israel, known as magi Read more...

Island of Last Resorts
by Mary Ellis
"An interesting twist to a murder mystery game!"
Posted September 1, 2019

Kate Weller is just returning to Charleston from her latest investigation in Pensacola. She’s glad to be back with Eric, her boyfriend, and his crazy Italian family. As she is getting settled in, she catches up on her emails, reading one from her boss, Nate Price, of Read more...

The Showstone
by Glenn Cooper
"A masterful blend of history, the occult and adventure."
Posted September 1, 2019

THE SHOWSTONE opens in Iraq in 1989 with Hiram Donovan finding an archeological piece on a dig that he mails back to his wife in the United States. Hiram dies in Iraq a few days later. Fast-forward thirty years, Cal Donavan, Hiram’s son, is ending the Read more...

Fatal Strike
by DiAnn Mills
"Is our fatal strike the poison of disbelief?"
Posted August 5, 2019

Leah Riesel and Jon Colbert are called into action in Galveston, TX to take out two kidnappers when hostage negotiations fail. Both agents are top snipers for the FBI. Before the smoke clears and the paperwork is done, Leah and Jon, who have never worked together before, are asked Read more...

The Healing Jar
by Wanda E. Brunstetter
"Messages left in hidden jars bring hope, forgiveness and healing."
Posted August 5, 2019

Wanda Brunstetter’s third book in her Prayer Jar trilogy, THE HEALING JAR, finds Lenore Lapp wondering if she’ll even find a love like her cousin Sara has and Michelle, the impostor who became like a granddaughter Read more...

The Black Shepherd
by Steven Savile
"How can serving the homeless and rescuing runaways be so lucrative?"
Posted July 7, 2019

Peter Ash is just returning to work after six months of recuperation from his last case. His office, Eurocrimes Division, has been moved from London to Germany, a more centralized location for the twenty-eight countries they serve. His first case back is personal. His partner\'s cousin is Read more...

The Debt
by Glenn Cooper
"What is the real business of the church?"
Posted May 6, 2019

Cal Donovan is back in Rome during Christmas holidays from his teaching job at Harvard. He's enjoying his special privilege of unlimited access to the Vatican Library and Archives, researching for his next paper. As he's deeply engaged in a document, he comes across an interesting letter and Read more...

Traitor's Codex
by Jeri Westerson
"A deadly maze of murder, mayhem and henchmen."
Posted May 6, 2019

In 1394 Crispin Guest, Tracker of London, is minding his own business at a local tavern when a strange man hands him a wrapped package and then disappears. The man tells Crispin not to open the package in public and that he will know what to do with it. Crispin Read more...

Sweet Taste of Revenge
by Mary Ellis
"Two investigations to solve ... one paying and one personal!"
Posted January 24, 2019

When we last left Kate Weller in Charleston, her boyfriend Eric's car had just exploded, and she was forced to explain how she knew it was going to happen and was able to spare his life. Now Kate is on her way to Pensacola with her friend Beth to Read more...

The Forgiving Jar
by Wanda E. Brunstetter
"Without forgiveness, healing can never come."
Posted January 19, 2019

Sara Murray is back in Strasburg with her grandparents for only the second time in her life. When her mother passed away, Sara learned that her mom had been Amish, left as a young unwed mother and never looked back. She plans to stay, find a job and get to Read more...

My One and Only
by Kristan Higgins
"A delightful contemporary romance about forgiveness and commitment"
Posted January 12, 2019

Harper James is feeling antsy about turning thirty-four. That's the same age her mother was when she left Harper and her dad. Harper never saw her again. She's had one failed marriage, but still has hope that she and Dennis Costello can make it. They've been Read more...

Three Marys
by Glenn Cooper
"Is it a scientific hoax or has God once again done the glorious impossible?"
Posted January 3, 2019

Three young teenage girls across the globe all find themselves in the same position. They see a bright light while walking home at night, have no recollection of a lapse of time and now find themselves pregnant. They are all named Maria or Mary, all three are Catholic, and all Read more...

Burden of Proof
by DiAnn Mills
"How do you trust God when you only have thread-like faith?"
Posted October 29, 2018

Hostage Negotiation Special Agent April Ramos is reeling from a negotiation gone bad, resulting in a suicide. She stops by a donut shop on her way home to soothe some of the ache. A young lady behind her in line hands April a screaming baby, says she can't take Read more...

The Christmas Star
by Donna VanLiere
"Christmas always brings some special surprises!"
Posted September 27, 2018

Gabe Rodriguez never thought he'd be where he is today ... working at an elementary school in the facilities and maintenance department. He's made a mess of his life and is trying to put it back together. However, he loves his work, and more than that, he loves the Read more...

Hiding in Plain Sight
by Mary Ellis
"Great read for inspirational fiction and cozy mystery lovers!"
Posted August 8, 2018

Kate Weller is on her way to a party on Jekyll Island when a black van runs her off the road and shoots out her back window. Turning down a path to the marina, she escapes temporarily from the van, but finds herself knee deep in the marshy waters surrounding Read more...

Thirst of Steel
by Ronie Kendig
"Everyone has a secret!"
Posted August 5, 2018

Bodies are piling up in Washington, DC, but a strange coincidence links them all together. They are glowing and gooey, melting away from the inside. This can only be the work of the AFO (Arrow and Flame Order). Cole "Tox" Russell and SAARC (Special Activities Artifact Recovery and Containment) have Read more...

A Risk Worth Taking
by Brynn Kelly
"Can this heroine save her her own rescuer?"
Posted May 28, 2018

Samira Desta is hiding out in Italy from a United States senator after he launched a terrorist attack on Los Angeles, killings thousands. He targeted her fiancé as the terrorist and had him murdered. Now she's hiding out, trying to gather the information she needs to take the senator Read more...

Sign of the Cross
by Glenn Cooper
"A riveting tale about searching for ancient religious relics!"
Posted May 20, 2018

Cal Donovan is a professor of religious history at Harvard University in Boston. He's written several books and papers, but he is most noted for his book on the history of stigmata. Stigmata is a condition in which marks appear on a person's body like the marks left Read more...

Viki Ferrell

Viki is a former School Library Media Specialist who spent 37 years in education and is now enjoying her retirement. She and her husband, Jeff, live in Oxford, FL (central part of the state). They have two grown daughters, two grandsons, one Dalmatian and one Yellow Lab. Reading, decorating, crafting and volunteering at church take up most of her spare time. She has been a successful grant writer and done some tutoring and coordinated an afterschool program through grants she has written for her church. She is also the Choir Director and Women's Ministry Leader there. Viki is active in her local Alpha Delta Kappa chapter, an international women educators organization. She looks forward to doing a lot of traveling after her husband retires.

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