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James Markert’s latest release, The Angels’ Share, follows the story of William McFee and his family after the end of Prohibition. Before alcohol became illegal, the family earned their livelihood from the Old Sam Bourbon distillery, under the management of William’s father, Barley. However, the entire town of Twisted Tree faced a rapid decline without the distillery in operation. The town buries its indigent residents in the potter’s field next to the distillery and one drifter’s…Continue
Sandra Orchard returns to her Serena Jones Mystery series with her most recent novel, Another Day, Another Dali. Special Agent Serena Jones serves on the FBI Art Crime team. However, a surprising amount of her work originates from her family’s connections in the city. As a favor to her grandmother, Serena delves into the mystery of her neighbor’s missing Dali painting and the forgery that was left behind. She soon discovers that the case coincides with other forgeries throughout…Continue
Shelley Shepard Gray continues her Lone Star Hero’s Love Story series with An Uncommon Protector. After losing her parents and brother, Laurel Tracey finds herself running the family ranch by herself. Under the intense pressure of operating the ranch and securing it against squatters, Laurel turns to an unlikely source for help, a former soldier who has been held prisoner in the local jail. In return for his keep, Thomas Baker becomes Laurel’s sole source of help on the ranch. However, even…Continue
In A Note Yet Unsung, Rebekah Carrington returns to her hometown of Nashville, Tennessee, after spending years training as an instrumental musician in Europe. However, only two orchestras in the United States have begun accepting women as members, with Nashville holding firm to the opinion that women do not belong among its male instrumentalists. The city’s new conductor, Nathaniel Tate Whitcomb, has grander projects to complete than prove that women belong in his orchestra. Instead, he must…Continue