Little Tea

By Claire Fullerton

Little Tea by Claire Fullerton takes readers on a journey of betrayal, young romance, friendship, and racism in the '80s. Ava, Celia, and Renny had been friends since they were thirteen years old. Years after, when Ava struggled with her decision to leave her twenty-three-year...

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Life's Too Short

By Russell Waterman

“Spur of the moment was one way of defining Dean. He lived in the moment and if an idea struck him with friends in mind, which was the norm, we usually went along for the ride. It was always an adventure. Life’s too short was...

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Louette's Wake

By Sue Riddle Cronkite

For years after her husband’s disappearance, Louette has been filled with grief. In Louette's Wake (Wiregrass Series) by Sue Riddle Cronkite, readers are pulled into a story filled with love, mystery, and the struggles of one woman and her daughter to find acceptance, understanding, and...

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Living On Air

By Susan Mac Nicol

Living on Air by Susan Mac Nicol is an engaging romance with a strong appeal to fans of LGBTQ themes. The only thing that keeps Cary Stilwell going is his highly paid job as an aerialist in a popular traveling circus, and apart from the...

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Land of Last Chances

A Novel
By Joan Cohen

When Jeanne is told she is pregnant at 48, she needs that to be a joke. Raised to believe that she would never need a man or a family in her life, work is her only passion. Other than Bricklin, her Golden Lab, Jeanne had...

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Liberty Loomis

By Susan Denman

Set in the 1970s in New York State's Catskill Mountains, Liberty Loomis by Susan Denman is about Mayzie Jenkins who wants to become a doctor. She starts working at Liberty Loomis Hospital for eight weeks one summer. Liberty Loomis does not look like a typical...

Lily Lives on Mount Rainier

By Arley M. Fosburgh

The setting of Lily Lives on Mount Rainier by Arley M. Fosburgh is a little community, almost too small to be called a town, in the shadow of Mount Rainier. In this town live a grieving, widowed grandmother and her autistic savant four-year-old grandson, Sandy....

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Love, Movies and a Dragon?

By Steve Zimcosky

What would you do if a loved one had been in an accident and was now in a coma? Sit by the bedside and talk to them? Researchers believe that coma patients can hear what people are saying to them. What do you think would...

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Llywelyn

By Michael Hill

Llywelyn by Michael Hill is an interesting story set in a small, beautiful valley in Wales. Llywelyn has lived and farmed in this village all his life, but now he is about to lose everything and he is helpless about it. The valley has been...

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Lucia’s Poltergeist

By Felicia Kate Solomon

Lucia’s Poltergeist by Felicia Kate Solomon dives deep into the journey of Lucia, a girl who craves love, care, happiness, and a better life. Her dreams are constantly crushed by her reality. Her mother is a single parent to three kids: Lucia, Ben, and Tim....

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