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Genre(s): Mystery Thriller & Suspense | Historical
FINALIST, INDIE EXCELLENCE AWARDS
Miranda Glivven’s husband left home months ago on a secret assignment for the Governor and has not returned. Even his letters have stopped. With no news and no idea what has happened to him, Miranda goes on a search for her missing husband, accompanied only by a stray cat. On reaching her husband’s last known location, she finds the local authorities uninterested in helping to find him. Worse, some of the local citizens suspect Miranda of using magic, a treasonous offense, because of the unusual cat that has followed her on her quest. Although Miranda has always believed that magic is superstitious nonsense, she finds the circumstances of her beloved husband’s disappearance growing more and more mysterious….
Taylor’s. . .engaging tale combines mystery and fantasy elements. In a well-built fantasy world with a distinctly Victorian flavor, a woman’s husband mysteriously disappears. . .she sets out in search of him. . .having more than her share of adventures along the way. –Roland Green, Booklist
Taylor sets this low-key fantasy in a world where magic is officially denied despite hints of its continued existence. The presence of a protagonist who possesses no special skills except for her common sense and uncommon determination provides a refreshing departure from standard fantasy heroes. –Library Journal.
The fast pace, good characterization, and hint of the outcome keep readers rapidly turning the pages. A great choice for a quick read or an introduction to fantasy. –School Library Journal
A lighthouse keeper’s wife decides to look for her missing husband. Her search takes her to a distant city where she’s seen as a country bumpkin, but her sincere (and somewhat naive) determination carries her though dead ends and suspiciously unhelpful bureaucrats. Her only comfort from home is a stray cat that insists on accompanying her. But the title really refers to a different cat’s paw: Miranda is being used as a pawn in a dangerous game of intrigue, murder, and rumors of magic, which she regards as strictly superstition–at least at first. –Carolyn Cushman, Locus
Genre(s): Action & Adventure | Genre Fiction
Jared is an 11 year old boy who has bounced around between foster homes his whole life. After his current fosters abandon him, he decides to set out on the adventure of a lifetime and see where he ends up. He borrows a small boat and ends up on a mysterious island with a caretaker who has many secrets. Jared has to deal with much more than rough seas in getting to the island. Once he arrives he is confronted with puzzling questions that the man will not answer.
Genre(s): Romance | Science Fiction & Fantasy
Being nineteen for over three hundred years bites, and being single in New York with magical powers isn’t much better.
Eva is trying to live an everyday life in New York. When this fails, she takes a seemingly unmagical job as a translator for a wealthy American family in Spain. Eva cannot stay out of trouble for long as she runs into a friendly but hungry vampire named Louis. Eva feels drawn to this handsome, dangerous stranger who has problems of his own.
Louis’s life was just fine until Eva walked into his church. She smells like heaven. Or is it hell, always smelling but never partaking? Surely she is the devil coming to collect on his lost soul.
Book length: 491 pages
Genre(s): Horror | Ghosts
Steven is anticipating a quiet sabbatical at a new home. Instead, knockings and grisly apparitions begin to haunt him, relentlessly tormenting him at night. With a recent divorce and a son in college, he is left alone to deal with the ghosts lurking in the shadows of his house.
Steven is determined to find a rational explanation. His father Roy offers to help, and soon Steven discovers Roy has dormant supernatural skills. Steven’s natural skepticism clashes with Roy’s “gift,” but soon Steven finds himself assisting Roy as he battles the forces inside his home. Together they unearth something much more sinister and evil than either expected.
The Bank of the River is a fast-paced and thrilling horror novel that explores supernatural gifts, a father’s rediscovery of those gifts, and a son’s destiny to accept them.
The Bank of the River is the first book of The River series.
Genre(s): Religious Fiction | Friendship
TWO COMPLETE BOOKS!
Book One, Cross My Heart:
Lucy Larson is looking forward to summer–what could be better than spending twelve weeks on a California beach with her cousin? When her cousin cancels, Lucy’s about to pack up and go home. But then she stumbles upon an old letter that mentions a hidden dairy, cryptic clues, and best friends; Lucy dives headfirst into the mystery, instead, and sets out to find the diary. And just who is that cute boy, Jake, anyway?
Book Two, Make A Wish:
Now it’s time to jump into their first Diary Deed. Serena decides it’s the perfect opportunity to celebrate Lucy’s birthday! Lucy isn’t so sure. She knows only a few of the girls on the Island, and some of them have been pretty rude. Will anyone come? In the midst of their plans, one of the invitations comes back to Lucy–with a threat. She wonders if she made a big mistake. Should she cancel the party … or face the threat head on?
Each of the four, two-book volumes in this exciting series for girls aged 8-12 includes: fun, friends, family, gentle Christian faith, and a fast-paced read.
“…Sure to become popular summertime reading for middle-grade girls. Revolving around the theme of best friends and a secret diary, this book has definite girl appeal as Byrd demonstrates her uncanny ability of writing from the heart of an almost-12-year old.” CBA Marketplace (Review of first book in series.)
If you enjoy the Hidden Diary series, be sure to check out Sandra’s Secret Sisters series, also on Kindle, as well as these Kindle titles: Chopsticks, Red Velvet, and Daisy Chains.
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