Find Danger and Mystery in Luxurious ‘Cocoa Beach’ [REVIEW]

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Along the Florida coast, a young widow learns to stand firm in the face of adversity in Beatriz Williams’ Cocoa Beach. (Photo courtesy Justin Henry, Flickr)

When a young mother suddenly becomes a widow, she is left as the sole beneficiary of her husband’s Florida estate. As she learns to navigate a corporation she knows nothing about, she must also raise her daughter and deal with greedy relatives in a tropical boomtown she’s never visited in Beatriz Williams’ gripping novel, Cocoa Beach.  Read more of this post

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It Only Takes ‘Two Steps Forward’ To Begin A Journey of Self Discovery [REVIEW]

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Still reeling from unexpected changes in their lives, two people find their way on a pilgrimage known as the Camino de Santiago in Graeme Simsion and Anne Buist’s Two Steps Forward. (Photo by Marcin Bajer, Flickr)

Perfect strangers are about to take the journey of a lifetime for very different reasons. But one thing is guaranteed, by the time they reach their destination, both of them will be changed in ways that they never saw coming. Lose yourself in the pages of Graeme Simsion and Anne Buist’s transformative tale of love, loss, laughter and redemption, Two Steps Forward. Read more of this post

Colleen Coble’s ‘The View From Rainshadow Bay’ Promises Forgiveness and Redemption [REVIEW]

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Her photographs capture the beauty of Puget Sound. Do they also expose a darness that someone would kill to keep buried? (Photo courtesy Pexels)

After she loses her husband in a freak accident, one woman struggles to move on with her life. But when someone else close to her is murdered, she has reason to believe she may be next on the hit list. Suddenly she must seek help from the very person she blames for her husband’s demise. Will the killer be caught before the next death blow falls? Find out in Colleen Coble’s new novel of romantic suspense, The View from Rainshadow Bay.  Read more of this post

Take A Journey to the Past with Sara Blaedel’s ‘The Undertaker’s Daughter’ [REVIEW]

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When her estranged father dies, a woman suddenly discovers that she has inherited a funeral home in a foreign country in Sara Blaedel’s The Undertaker’s Daughter. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

I always admire writers who desire to try something new. In the case of Denmark’s bestselling author Sara Blaedel, she takes a departure from her Detective Louise Rick series and introduces readers to Ilka Jensen, a school portrait photographer in Copenhagen who inherits her estranged father’s funeral home in Racine, Wisconsin. What will she do with it? And is she willing to confront the past? Find out in Blaedel’s new novel, The Undertaker’s Daughter.  Read more of this post

Debut Novelist Fiona Barton Shocks Readers in ‘The Widow’ [REVIEW]

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When a man is accused of abducting a child, the public wants to know, “How much does the wife really know?” Find out in Fiona Barton’s THE WIDOW. (Photo by eflon, Flickr)

Four lives are irrevocably intertwined when a husband is accused of abducting a young child in Fiona Barton’s The Widow. As the story unfolds everywhere in the news, two significant questions dance on everyone’s lips: “How could the wife not know what her husband was doing? And how much does she really know that she isn’t saying?” Read more of this post