Month: July 2022

God’s Lantern

Before we had modern technology on ships and other sailing vessels, folks relied on lighthouses to guide them. Lighthouses are still known for their life-saving beacons of light, guiding sailors and their ships away from dangerous rocks, leading them to safer waters. It’s...

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Something Fishy This Way Comes by Gabby Allan

Whitney Dagner has returned to her home town, Santa Catalina Island, off the California coast. She’s running her family’s gift shop (somewhat unsuccessfully) and she’s also a part-time tour boat guide. She’s learning the hard way, that many of the local year-round residents...

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Dream Town, An Archer Novel by David Baldacci

Global #1 bestselling author, David Baldacci, offers us another superb mystery/crime drama, Dream Town, featuring his hard-living gumshoe, Aloysius Archer. It’s New Year’s Eve 1952. Archer is looking forward to celebrating with his old friend, an aspiring actress, Liberty...

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A Poisonous Page by Kitt Crowe

The small tourist town of Confection, Oregon, isn’t as sweet as it’s name in this exceptional cozy mystery by Kitt Crowe. A Poisonous Page is a cozy lover’s dream – Kitt Crowe gives us one neat, tidy mystery wrapped to perfection and topped with a blood-red bow! Lexi...

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Vinyl Gym: Upbeat Bouncy Oldies

Step into the Vinyl Gym where the oldies from decades gone by get a work out! Summer is in full swing. It’s the perfect time to load up your favorite listening devices when enjoying outdoor picnics, bar-b-ques, patio parties or hitting the road. Past decades still hold...

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