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Hidden in Shadow Pines

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Published June 2015.

“Fast paced, suspenseful, surprisingly different, and a lot of fun. Highly recommended.”
G. Miki Hayden, writing instructor and Edgar winner

 

 

 

 

Secrets Can Be Deadly

SCBD-BorderPublished August 2013.  Gold Star winner in TheBookDesigner.com’s August e-Book Cover Design Awards!

Tragedy strikes the lives of two children in 1968. A house fire kills Sam’s father and brother. Three weeks later, Sam’s mother disappears and Sam must grow up with strict grandparents.  Mason’s mother and sister die in a fiery automobile accident. Mason’s father moves them to a new city in Iowa to forget about the life they left behind.

Twelve years later, Mason receives mysterious notes and phone calls about his past. Mason searches for the truth about the family he never knew, only to discover secrets that force him to choose between his father and the woman he loves.

Mason and Sam set out on separate quests to determine who is telling the truth, who is keeping secrets, and who must die.

 

 

3-Year Journal

3YJR-Border This journal provides plenty of room to write thoughts and activities for each day of the year. Two lines at the end of each day allows for recording of the weather and what to be thankful for. The journal is designed with the date at the top of each page. Each day consists of one-third page for each year. The three-year format enables users to track growth and changes over the course of time.

 

 

 

 

 

Organize The Nancy Way

OTNW-Border Published September 2012.

Organize The Nancy Way is the low-cost, fun, creative way to get your life in shape. This book provides you easy and practical advice for organizing.

 

 

 

 

Shadow 365

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Have you ever wondered what your dog is thinking?

Shadow 365 shows readers a year in a dog’s life through the dog’s point of view.

Shadow, the lovable Papillion and canine narrator, tells his story through pictures and captions.

 


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