Robert Dugoni$14.95 $13.75
Wall Street Journal and New York Times bestselling author Robert Dugoni’s coming-of-age story is, according to Booklist, “a novel that, if it doesn’t cross entirely over into John Irving territory, certainly nestles in close to the border.”
E. C. Murray$16.95 $15.59
E.C. Murray’s suspense brings together two estranged college roommates on a lush island in Washington state. The friends, a mysterious widow and a frustrated mother of teenagers, slowly reconcile only to discover nothing is as it seems. Secrets are revealed, a man is shot, and shocking lies surface in a saga that leads from New England to Washington state to La Serena, Chile. An Unfamiliar Guest is a story of friendship, mystery, and intrigue with twists that will astonish even the most astute reader.
Jan Walker$16.00 $14.72
November, 1932, Burke Bay on Puget Sound—Local Indians called the natural spring burbling up in the forest spirit water. Scandinavian settlers took that to mean whiskey and named the stream flowing from the spring Whiskey Creek. Rumor has it the creek attracted the dark cloaked stranger who disrupted life in the community.
As the Civil War winds violently down, fears of the South’s uncertain future fuse with its unraveling traditions. Against the backdrop of this post-apocalyptic landscape, so littered with corpses and mythology and desperation, two women, stranded and alone in the Louisiana bayou, fight to survive.
When Julie Fletcher, a switchboard operator in the small, coal mining town of Roslyn, WA starts listening in on calls, she has no idea of the consequences awaiting her. In thinking that she can provide her fiancé Hal Oatridge with names of those disloyal to the established union, she doesn't foresee that certain information will lead to a murder setup that changes not only her life, but those surrounding her. In trying to mend her trespasses, Julie finds herself grappling with the relationship she holds dear, her conscience and her faith in God.
Nick K. Adams$19.95
This is a true story of survival during the American Civil War. It tells of the difficult life on a mid-nineteenth century Minnesota homestead for a mother and her three young children while her husband is away, having answered Lincoln's call for volunteers to help preserve the Union.