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  • The Good Lifeby Martina Cole

    Headline 2014; Not Available

    CRIMINALLY GOOD: THE NEW NOVEL FROM THE PHENOMENAL NO. 1 BESTSELLER. THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE NEVER FREE. Cain Moran wanted Jenny Riley more than he had ever wanted anyone or anything before in his life. But loving Jenny Riley was the easy part; it was telling his wife he wanted a divorce that was going to be the killer... Jenny is not... more...

  • First and Againby Jana Richards

    Carina Press 2013; US$ 3.99

    Bridget Grant is back in Paradise. Paradise, North Dakota, that is. She's swallowed her pride and moved back to her hometown with her daughter after her divorce and the loss of her catering company. Now she's trying to navigate the strained relationships she'd left behindŚincluding her first love, Jack Davison. Jack never forgot Bridget, or the... more...

  • The Businessby Martina Cole

    Headline 2008; Not Available

    Imelda Dooley is scared. Really scared. She's played hard and fast and now she's been caught. She's pregnant and now she's on her own. Her father, not a man to mess with, will see that somebody pays for this. And it's not going to be her. So Imelda Dooley tells a lie. A lie that literally causes murders. When Mary Dooley's husband is killed... more...

  • Two Womenby Martina Cole

    Headline 2008; Not Available

    Danger and violence have always been part of Sue Dalston's East End upbringing. Unloved by her mother, abused by her father, and brutalised throughout her entire marriage, she's convicted of smashing her husband's skull in a final act of desperation. All that keeps her sane is knowing that she's done it to protect her four children. At last, they are... more...

  • Alaskaby Jana Harris

    Open Road Distribution 2015; US$ 8.99

    This saga chronicles the lives and fortunes of four generations of women in the York family, from the Russian occupation of Alaska to the building of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System. Detailing the triumphs and trials of what became a dynasty of fish and timber barons during a crucial century in Alaska?s history, the novel opens with teenage Nadia... more...

  • The Pearl of Ruby Cityby Jana Harris

    Open Road Distribution 2015; US$ 8.99

    The year is 1893, and Pearl Ryan, a young woman with a checkered past, arrives in Ruby City, a silver mining town full of scoundrels?one to which no respectable woman would ever travel. Pearl sets up shop as the town laundress, but is clearly no ordinary charwoman: She is courted by many and the local doctor often solicits her assistance as his nurse.... more...

  • Oh How Can I Keep on Singing?by Jana Harris

    Open Road Distribution 2015; US$ 5.99

    When Washington Territory was created, the narrow, isolated Okanogan River Valley was considered a wasteland and an Indian reservation, the Chief Joseph Reserve, was established there. But when silver was discovered near what became Ruby City, the land was re-appropriated, and the Native Americans were moved to a more confined area. The Okanogan was... more...

  • We Never Speak of Itby Jana Harris

    Open Road Distribution 2015; US$ 5.99

    This series of interconnected dramatic monologues illustrates the true stories of frontier women and children who were stranded on and settled along the trails to the West. Spanning the school year 1889?90, we follow the intimate day-to-day lives of a school teacher, her students, and their parents in the mythical town of Cottonwood. more...

  • The Dust of Everyday Lifeby Jana Harris

    Open Road Distribution 2015; US$ 5.99

    Spanning the years 1853?1933?beginning with conveyance by oxcart and ending with air travel?this series of dramatic monologues tells the story of Helen Walsh and Thomas Hodgson, whose families trekked the trails of the great migration to the West. Helen and Thomas get married, and together, tame the remote corners of the wilderness by means of their... more...

  • Grave Murderby Jana van der Merwe

    Penguin Random House South Africa 2015; US$ 10.00

    She is a petite, innocent-looking young woman with fantasies of skinning and flaying human skin. He is a diagnosed schizophrenic who fantasises about committing cold-blooded murder. When they meet, they will plan and execute one of the most horrific crimes ever documented in this country. In April 2011, the sleepy gold-mining town of Welkom was deeply... more...