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Fake It For Me by Weston Parker

Fake It For Meby Weston Parker

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Available through September 24 at

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I need a woman to help me shut up my big Greek family.

And my new intern is perfect for the job, though pretending to have a relationship with her might be a little taboo.

Good thing I'm in charge.

Being a self-made billionaire, I haven't spent much time looking for love.

None actually.

Lucky for me, it's fallen right into my lap.

This pretty American girl has zero sense of direction, but a good heart and a sexy smile.

I've always been smitten by a woman that needs rescuing, or so it seems.

Something tells me that she might be more than I bargained for.

Either way, I just need her to fake it for me until it appears real.

Funny how real it quickly becomes.

Every Good Girl Deserves a Bad Boy. ~ Weston

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Murder in the South of France by Susan Kiernan-Lewis

Murder in the South of Franceby Susan Kiernan-Lewis

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Available through September 22 at

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When her sister dies, Atlanta copywriter Maggie Newberry flies to the south of France to find the little niece that no one in the family even knew existed. Along the way, she finds handsome sexy Frenchman Laurent Dernier to help with the search. Meanwhile, her sister’s murderer sets his sights on the little girl—and Maggie.

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The Burnin' by Estevan Medrano

The Burnin'by Estevan Medrano

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On April 23, 1940, a fire broke out at a night club in the segregated town of Natchez, Mississippi. It remains one the deadliest building fires in U.S. history, resulting in the deaths of over two hundred men and women--all of them African American. THE BURNIN' is a novel about the aftermath of the tragedy from the accounts of a coroner, a nurse, and an arson detective.
Herb Jones, a local black coroner, receives a call in the middle of the night from a fireman informing him that a terrible fire has occurred at a dance hall in the town's "negro district." Herb drives over to the charred night club where some victims are burned beyond recognition. In addition to the strenuous process of transporting and embalming the bodies, Mississippi segregation laws only permit black coroners to handle black corpses, limiting the help available to him. As the town reeks of death and the funeral firm faces bankruptcy because of its financial obligations to the dead, he attempts to identify the bodies of neighbors, friends, and even relatives.
Meanwhile, Eliza, Herb's wife, is a nurse caring for the scores of burned and injured at the only black hospital in town. The conventional treatment for critical burns involves a meticulous skin removal process known as the "tannic acid-silver nitrate treatment."
Julian Winters, a brilliant but smug arson detective, is sent from Jackson to determine the cause of the fire and help draft safety codes to prevent a reoccurrence of a similar disaster. When a few locals that escaped the blaze describe a drunken man threatening to burn the place down that night, he tries to determine if the fire was a terrible accident or a mass murder.

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Servant of The Skull: Book 1 - Skullspeaker Series by Edita A. Petrick

Servant of The Skull: Book 1 - Skullspeaker Seriesby Edita A. Petrick

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Available through September 20 at

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The moment Gia's hands touch a skull, the living history of the skull's owner bursts inside her head. Indeed, for as long as her hands rest on the skull, she is a prisoner of its life-history. When she receives a field assignment in Greece to reconstruct skulls of three victims who perished in a plane crash, she thinks it's just for identification purposes. But nothing could have prepared her for the kind of situation she walks into. There are just as many family members who want her to do her job as there are those who'll stop at nothing to prevent it. When the skulls prove to be fake, and a woman's body is found on the bottom of the cliff, Gia knows the killer would rather see her dead than let her confirm the victims' identity.

But that's not what worries her at all. The most worrisome thing is that everyone who has arrived at the cliff-top monastery to wait for Gina to finish her job, stands only to gain a great deal from identification of the victim's skull. There is no one, but absolutely no one, who stands to lose if the skull proves to be that of the deceased patriarch. So why is someone trying to sabotage Gina's reconstructive work...?

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