Ginny Baird’s ‘Last Bride Standing’ May Be Her Best Book Yet [COVER REVEAL]

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Ginny Baird has one more wedding up her sleeve. (Photo courtesy Canva)

I still remember our wedding day like it was yesterday. There I was, standing in front of our congregation, watching Heather walk toward me in the stunning wedding dress her grandma made for her. She took my breath away and I’ve been a sucker for a wedding ever since. Apparently, author Ginny Baird feels the same way, because her forthcoming third installment in her Majestic, Maine series introduces us to one more bride with plenty of “wow factor!”

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Michelle McLean’s ‘The Gunslinger’s Guide to Avoiding Matrimony’ Is the Western the World Needs Right Now [REVIEW]

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In Desperation, a gunslinger finds more than sanctuary. (Photo courtesy Canva)

He just wants a fresh start. She just wants a father who won’t embarrass her. Neither one of them is interested in marriage. But suddenly they find themselves caught in the middle of a marriage mart and unwittingly married. Will they split just as suddenly as they wed? Or could this new arrangement prove lucrative for both of them? Find out in Michelle McLean’s hilarious new romantic comedy, The Gunslinger’s Guide to Avoiding Matrimony.

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‘The Iranian Deception’ Secures Matt Scott’s Place as a Rising Star in Thriller Fiction [REVIEW]

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A new leader comes to power in Matt Scott’s The Iranian Deception. (Photos courtesy Canva)

When the CIA’s head of Iranian Affairs desk is awakened by her phone ringing in the middle of the night, she knows it can’t be good news. She picks up anyway, only to hear one of her Iranian sources tell her, “He’s dead.” Within three hours of the Supreme Leader’s death, a new one has been appointed. Does this mean peace may be imminent in the Middle East? Or will this new leader be far more dangerous than his predecessor? Find out in the second thrilling installment of Matt Scott’s Surviving the Lion’s Den series, The Iranian Deception.

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FBI Special Agent Pendergast Gets a New Partner in Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child’s ‘Verses for the Dead’ [REVIEW]

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A killer leaves his calling card at local gravestones in Preston & Child’s Verses for the Dead. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Nobody likes change, especially renowned FBI Special Agent Pndergast who is used to working alone. But government agencies are notorious for switching things up on a moment’s notice, and if he wants to keep his job, he’d better accept his new partner. After all, they have a new case to crack, and this one is as chilling as it is puzzling. Good thing creepy conundrums are right up Pendergast’s alley. Readers are in for another brain-teasing treat in Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child’s Verses for the Dead.

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J.T. Ellison Wins Award for Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy Novel at Killer Nashville

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J.T. Ellison (Photo by Suzanne DuBose Photography)

As Walt Disney once said, “All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.” For bestselling novelist J.T. Ellison, that adage proved quite true Saturday when Killer Nashville awarded her the Silver Falchion Award for Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy Novel for her novel, Tomb of the Queen, written under the nom de plume Joss Walker.

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