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  • What She Left Behindby Ellen Marie Wiseman

    Kensington 2013; US$ 12.99

    In this stunning new novel, the acclaimed author of The Plum Tree merges the past and present into a haunting story about the nature of love and loyalty--and the lengths we will go to protect those who need us most. Ten years ago, Izzy Stone's mother fatally shot her father while he slept. Devastated by her mother's apparent insanity, Izzy, now seventeen,... more...

  • If You Could See What I Seeby Cathy Lamb

    Kensington 2013; US$ 12.99

    In this moving, insightful new novel, acclaimed author Cathy Lamb delves into the heart of going home again, the challenge of facing loss--and the freedom of finally letting go. . . For decades, the women in Meggie O'Rourke's family have run Lace, Satin, and Baubles, a lingerie business that specializes in creations as exquisitely pretty as they... more...

  • Two Riversby T. Greenwood

    Kensington 2009; US$ 12.00

    T. Greenwood's new novel is a powerful, haunting tale of enduring love, destructive secrets, and opportunities that arrive in disguise . . . In Two Rivers, Vermont, Harper Montgomery is living a life overshadowed by grief and guilt. Since the death of his wife, Betsy, twelve years earlier, Harper has narrowed his world to working at the local railroad... more...

  • Bodies of Waterby T. Greenwood

    Kensington 2013; US$ 12.99

    Greenwood is a writer of subtle strength. . .finding light in the darkest of stories. -- Publishers Weekly on Two Rivers In 1960, Billie Valentine is a young housewife living in a sleepy Massachusetts suburb, treading water in a dull marriage and caring for two adopted daughters. Summers spent with the girls at their lakeside camp in Vermont... more...

  • What's Left Behindby Lorrie Thomson

    Kensington 2014; US$ 13.50

    When the person you've built your whole life around is gone, what do you do? It's not the first time Abby Stone has faced the question. At eighteen, she envisioned a future with her childhood sweetheart, Charlie, only to have him go off to school and leave a pregnant Abby behind. But that pales beside a second loss, when her eighteen-year-old son,... more...

  • What I Remember Mostby Cathy Lamb

    Kensington 2014; US$ 13.50

    In a new novel rich in grace, warmth, and courage, acclaimed author Cathy Lamb tells of one woman's journey of reinvention in the wake of deep betrayal. Grenadine Scotch Wild has only vague memories of the parents she last saw when she was six years old. But she's never forgotten their final, panicked words to her, urging Grenadine to run. The mystery... more...

  • The Hungry Seasonby T. Greenwood

    Kensington 2010; US$ 12.00

    It's been five years since the Mason family vacationed at the lakeside cottage in northeastern Vermont, close to where prize-winning novelist Samuel Mason grew up. The summers that Sam, his wife, Mena, and their twins Franny and Finn spent at Lake Gormlaith were noisy, chaotic, and nearly perfect. But since Franny's death, the Masons have been flailing,... more...

  • Beyond Deservingby Sandra Scofield

    The Permanent Press 2015; US$ 9.99

    Sandra Scofield was a 1989 recipient of a Creative Writing Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. Her first novel, Gringa , was nominated for the First Fiction Award given by the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, and was selected by the NEA/USIA for the 1990 New American Writing overseas exhibitions.  Scofield is presently... more...

  • Walking Dunesby Sandra Scofield

    The Permanent Press 2015; US$ 9.99

    Sandra Scofield was a 1989 recipient of a Creative Writing Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. Her first novel, Gringa , was nominated for the First Fiction Award given by the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, and was selected by the NEA/USIA for the 1990 New American Writing overseas exhibitions.  Scofield is presently... more...

  • Deliverance from Evilby Frances Hill

    Gerald Duckworth & Co 2011; US$ 8.74

    Salem, Massachusetts, Winter 1692: In the parsonage of Reverend Samuel Parris, two young girls are seated by the fire, playing at fortune-telling as snow falls softly outside. What starts as a game sends one of the girls into a hysterical trance, and a small town begins its descent into madness. Accusations of witchcraft would destroy lives and old... more...