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 The Tenth Island: Finding Joy, Beauty, and Unexpected Love in the Azores  by Diana Marcum

The Tenth Island: Finding Joy, Beauty, and Unexpected Love in the Azores by Diana Marcum

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From a Pulitzer Prize–winning writer comes an exuberant memoir of personal loss and longing, and finding connection on the remote Azorean Islands of the Atlantic Ocean.

Reporter Diana Marcum is in crisis. A long-buried personal sadness is enfolding her–and her career is stalled–when she stumbles upon an unusual group of immigrants living in rural California. She follows them on their annual return to the remote Azorean Islands in the Atlantic Ocean, where bulls run down village streets, volcanoes are active, and the people celebrate festas to ease their saudade, a longing so deep that the Portuguese word for it can’t be fully translated.

Years later, California is in a terrible drought, the wildfires seem to never end, and Diana finds herself still dreaming of those islands and the chuva–a rain so soft you don’t notice when it begins or ends.

With her troublesome Labrador retriever, Murphy, in tow, Diana returns to the islands of her dreams only to discover that there are still things she longs for–and one of them may be a most unexpected love.

An Amazon Charts Most Read book.

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 DON'T TELL by Willow Rose

DON’T TELLby Willow Rose

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This novel is based on an actual unsolved murder case.

One close-knit family. Too many secrets.

When detective Jack Ryder is going skiing with his family in the mountains of North Carolina, he hopes for a week of fun in the snow with the ones he loves.

But then the body of a teenage boy turns up in the cold waters of the creek behind the cabin they have rented.

Don’t tell or you might be next.

The find shocks the rural community of Maggie Valley and rattles local law enforcement. What happened to the boy is more than strange.

Soon more bodies are found, and Jack Ryder digs into the case that seems to be anything but ordinary. What happened on the night that Benjamin Rutherford disappeared from the porch of his childhood home? Is his father — the local pastor — telling the truth? Is his sister?

As Jack digs deeper into this seemingly perfect family, he begins to wonder if any of them are what they pretend to be and what secrets they are hiding beneath the surface.

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 Ticket to Tulsa by A. Robert Allen

Ticket to Tulsaby A. Robert Allen

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James Montgomery fails in business but succeeds in love with a woman from the other side of the tracks in racially divided Tulsa. An unorthodox proposal offers a financial solution at a great personal cost. Will he accept it? 1896, New York City/Tulsa: James Montgomery II, a 35-year-old Manhattan playboy, discovers that his family’s fortune has been reduced to almost nothing when his parents pass away. He attempts to rebuild his finances with a risky oil prospecting venture, which takes him to Tulsa. James falls in love while in Oklahoma, but hides his relationship—Tulsa isn’t ready for a mixed-race couple. Soon, there is a child on the way and his business deal falls apart. James is out of options financially and struggling to find a way personally. He receives an unorthodox proposal that offers a financial solution at a great personal cost. Should he accept it and go back to living the life to which he’d become accustomed in New York, or stay and find a way forward with his new family? Pick up a copy to find out.TICKET TO TULSA is a short-story prequel (word count 9600), which sets the stage for events that will transpire eighteen years later In the associated novel, LIVING IN THE MIDDLE.

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