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A Fool and His Monet, by Sandra Orchard

I love mystery novels. Cozy mystery, mystery suspense, mystery romance, police procedurals of any investigative branch. Sandra Orchard’s character is an investigator in a branch I haven’t thought of since one of my favorite TV shows was taken off the … Continue reading

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New Releases from Christian Authors

New Releases from my friends at Writers on the Storm (The Woodlands, Texas, chapter of American Christian Fiction Writers) Due for release October 4. Christmas at Stoney Creek: When newspaper reporter Tom Whiteman befriends a homeless man named Joe, Tom decides … Continue reading

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Deadly Devotion, by Sandra Orchard

Kate Adams doesn’t believe her best friend killed herself. Detective Tom Parker is under orders not to reopen the case. But when Kate refuses to take “suicide” as an answer to her friend’s death, she investigates on her own, and … Continue reading

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