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Can a fairy garden shop owner and her sleuth fairy sidekick solve this murder?


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Someone in London is cooking up murder


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Sometimes the biggest emotional risk reaps the best romantic reward


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A riveting new novel about family, secrets, and a woman ready to embrace who she really is by facing down her past.


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Now in paperback! New York Times bestseller Cleo Coyle's "delightfully twisty" Coffeehouse Mystery


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The Demon Hunters are about to face their biggest test, and theyll need a lady to make the grade


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The Return to the Big Valley
by Wanda E. Brunstetter, Jean Brunstetter, Richelle Brunstetter
"Inspirational stories about love and triumph over difficulties."
Posted June 21, 2021

RETURN TO THE BIG VALLEY is a compilation of three novellas, written by related women. In WILMA’S WISH, Wilma Hosteller, who lives in the Amish community of Reedsville, PA in the Big Valley, is excited to be marrying Israel Zook. When an accident takes the life of Read more...


The Curse of the Cherry Pie
by Amy Patricia Meade
"Who knew that baking could be so dangerous?"
Posted June 11, 2021

Tish Tarragon owns the Cookin’ the Books Café and Catering Service in Hobson Glen, Virginia. She helped the local police solve several cases recently and has just recuperated from actually being shot on the last case. Since the local police chief has left, perhaps her days of Read more...


A Patchwork Past
by Leslie Gould
"We all have a patchwork past."
Posted June 11, 2021

Sophie Deiner left her Amish community of Nappanee, Indiana three years ago. Now living as “Englisch” in Elkhart, she is battling Lupus Nephritis. A recent flare-up makes her doctor suggest she take a couple weeks off work and rest. Sophie decides to go back to Nappanee Read more...


Mean and Shellfish
by Tamar Myers
"The most outlandish characters you’ve ever met in a book!"
Posted June 7, 2021

Magdelena Portulacca Yoder Rosen owns a bed and breakfast in Hernia, PA. She gives her guests a “genuine” Amish experience, as they have to carry their own luggage to their rooms, have no electricity or running water and check their cell phones at the door. They also Read more...


A Hostile State
by Adrian Magson
"Something is amuck in the alphabet soup!"
Posted May 17, 2021

The mission is simple … get in, get the memory stick and get out. Marc Portman, code name “Watchman,” is called in at the last minute on this op, but little preparation had been needed. Good thing he picked up a gun after he landed, as it Read more...


The Day of Ezekiel's Hope
by Donna VanLiere
"You can kill the messengers, but you can’t kill this message."
Posted March 10, 2021

The Rapture has occurred and chaos reigns across the globe. An alliance has been formed called the E10 and the United States is now part of that group, headquartered in Rome, Italy. President Thomas Banes is the US representative to this group whose purpose is to unite the world Read more...


The Robin's Greeting
by Wanda E. Brunstetter
"Always follow your heart and let God do the heavy lifting!"
Posted February 23, 2021

Belinda King is ready to get on with her life after her husband, son, and son-in-law were killed in a tragic buggy accident almost two years ago. Her daughter Sylvia has met a young Amish man who has stolen her heart and plans to remarry. It&rsquo Read more...


Blind Vigil
by Matt Coyle
"Can a blind private “eye” solve a murder case?"
Posted November 19, 2020

Blinded by a gunshot wound to his face, private investigator Rick Cahill has spent the past nine months learning how to live in darkness and navigate his San Diego home. He’s doing pretty well now, counting steps and having everything organized, as long as no one moves Read more...


The Blended Quilt
by Wanda E. Brunstetter, Jean Brunstetter
"Discovering what's really important in life"
Posted October 27, 2020

In Middlebury, Indiana, Sadie Kuhns daydreams about the trip she and four girlfriends made to Hawaii a couple years ago. She decides to make a unique blended quilt to represent her Amish heritage and her trip to these beautiful islands. She also daydreams about her relationship with Wyman Kaufman Read more...


The Christmas Table
by Donna VanLiere
"Spend time around the table with family and friends."
Posted October 5, 2020

In 1972 John Creighton is determined to make a beautiful wood table for his wife Joan for their Thanksgiving meal, while Joan is determined to learn to cook, using recipes her mother gave her when they married several years ago. These recipes also contain memories from her childhood as Read more...


Airborne
by DiAnn Mills
"Crisis brings out the best and worst in people."
Posted August 20, 2020

FBI Special Agent Heather Lawrence boards her trans-Atlantic flight in Houston on her way to Salzburg, Austria for a much-needed vacation. She has a lot of things to think through during her time away because her husband Chad has asked for a divorce. They have been drifting Read more...


Minutes to Die
by Susan Sleeman
"Terrorized by fear, loss and unforgiveness."
Posted July 19, 2020

When her Confidential Informant is gunned down in the street, FBI Agent Kiley Dawson asks for the lead on the investigation. Kiley is a member of the elite FBI Red Team. She, Mack, Sean and Cam work well together. This is her first time to take the lead role Read more...


The Mockingbird's Song
by Wanda E. Brunstetter
"Restoration and hope for a grieving family."
Posted June 22, 2020

Christmas is not the same this year for the King family here in their Amish community of Lancaster, PA. Sylvia’s husband, father and brother were killed in a tragic accident just a few months ago, and everyone is still grieving the losses. Her maam, Belinda, seems to Read more...


Sunshine State
by D.P. Lyle
"A bizarre investigation … Private Investigators helping a serial killer!"
Posted May 12, 2020

Longly Investigations is called into action again in D. P. Lyle’s third installment of his Jake Longly Thriller series. This one is bizarre to say the least. A serial killer in Florida, Billy Wayne Baker, wants Longly Investigations to clear Read more...


Rigged
by D.P. Lyle
"Creative investigating by a dynamic team!"
Posted May 3, 2020

Tommy Jeffers (aka “Pancake”) is on his way from Gulf Shores to Fairhope to reconnect with an old friend. He and Emily Patterson were an item in sixth grade but haven’t seen each other since. This visit is to check into her financial affairs for Read more...


Dead Silence
by Robin Caroll
"Sometimes handicaps can be an advantage."
Posted May 3, 2020

Elise Carmichael is a single mom (widowed) of a seven-year-old deaf and mute little boy named Sawyer. She has become quite proficient at reading lips … even does it now for a living. While she is standing outside the courthouse, she “sees” the conversation of Read more...


The Jerusalem Assassin
by Joel C. Rosenberg
"A riveting inspirational thriller that crisscrosses the globe."
Posted March 6, 2020

Marcus Ryker’s new job with the Diplomatic Security Service is just a cover for his real job with the CIA. He’s called back into action when a top-level American official is executed in Washington, DC. Then other American officials are killed in a creative Read more...


The Time of Jacob's Trouble
by Donna VanLiere
"God has a plan … sometimes we’re hard of hearing."
Posted March 6, 2020

Emma Grady is with a patient in her Physical Therapy office in New York when her patient suddenly vanishes before her. Elliott Hirsch, a Jewish young man in New York, is in a cemetery attending a funeral when he hears a loud explosion and witnesses graves open and urns Read more...


Terminal Black
by Adrian Magson
"Another thrilling spy novel with a different kind of weapon."
Posted February 27, 2020

After a six-year break, following the Red Station fiasco, Harry Tate reemerges in Adrian Magson’s newest spy thriller TERMINAL BLACK. Upon being terminated from MI5 duty, Harry begins enjoying life working in private security. His former partner, Rik Ferris, is also out of Britain’s Read more...


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...


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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