The Woman in the Green Dress

    The Woman in the Green Dress by Tea Cooper For readers who loved Remarkable Creatures, The Naturalist’s Daughter and The Birdman’s Wife comes The Woman in the Green Dress… 1853 Mogo Creek, NSW Della Atterton, bereft at the loss of her parents, is holed up in...

    Don’t Keep Silent Review

    Don’t Keep Silent (Uncommon Justice #3) by  Elizabeth Goddard Justice comes easy for these two. But forgiveness? That’s another matter altogether. Investigative reporter Rae Burke will do anything to find her missing sister-in-law, even if it means facing Liam...

    An Appalachian Summer Review

    An Appalachian Summer by  Ann H. Gabhart  In 1933, most people are focused on the Great Depression but all Piper Danson can think about is how to get out of being a debutante and marrying Braxton Crandall. In an...

    A Reckless Love Review

    On the trail of an elusive enemy, cynical, war-damaged lawman Zane Sager crosses paths once more with Aurora Daughtry, the vivacious Mississippi belle he once admired from a distance. As his defenses start to crumble, the criminal he’s been...

    A Foreign Crown Review

    Following a devastating series of misfortunes, Lady Aribella Bardsley has bravely shouldered the responsibilities of her household. But just as the bleakness of her situation threatens to overwhelm her, a summons arrives from the Queen with a providential offer:...

    The Enemy Between Us Review

    ITALY, 1943 As war tears her country apart, Franca Chessari’s sole focus is on supporting her family amid Nazi occupation. But when her parents, both high-ranking partisans, go missing, Franca is compelled to take action—even if it means crossing...

    The Trouble We Keep Review

    A broken promise brought her West. A willful heart will fight to keep her there. Newly pregnant, alone, and a fugitive from the law, Emma Wheat has run out of time. Though her brother had promised to send for her...

    Book Review The Gratitude Project

    Gratitude is powerful: not only does it feel good, it’s also been proven to increase our well-being in myriad ways. The result of a multiyear collaboration between the Greater Good Science Center and Robert Emmons of the University of...

    Review Where Madness Lies

    Germany, 1934. Rigmor, a young Jewish woman is a patient at Sonnenstein, a premier psychiatric institution known for their curative treatments. But with the tide of eugenics and the Nazis’ rise to power, Rigmor is swept up in a...

    The Heavens Are Open Review

    God speaks to His prophet on the earth today. And He will speak to you, too. That is the powerful testimony of Sister Wendy W. Nelson, wife of President Russell M. Nelson, as she shares her personal witness of...

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