Four Gripping Plots For Long Days At The Beach
North American Precis Syndicate
(NAPSI)—In this issue of
showcases four more books to add to your summer reading list.
You, Me and the Sea by Meg Donohue
In this spellbinding and suspenseful tale, the ocean holds secrets in its
darkest depths. Merrow Shawe lives on a small farm off the coast of
California. But it has hardships—the mystery of Merrow’s
mother’s death haunts her, as does the senseless cruelty of her older
brother. Then Amir arrives in Merrow’s life. Together, they embrace
their love of the sea and their growing love for each other.
When tragedy strikes, Merrow questions whether Amir is really the person
she believed him to be. To escape danger, she must let go of the only home
she’s ever known and the only boy she’s ever loved.
“You, Me and the Sea” (William Morrow) is at https://amzn.to/2HPqgsT.
Peccadillo at the Palace by Kari
It’s 1887, and Annie Oakley and Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show
are invited to Queen Victoria’s Jubilee celebration in London. Their
journey across the Atlantic takes a turn when the queen’s royal servant
ends up dead and Annie’s husband falls suspiciously ill. Annie
discovers that the two events are connected—and may be precursors to an
assassination attempt on the queen.
Annie is determined to find the truth. With the help of friend Emma
Wilson, poet Oscar Wilde, and socialite Lillie Langtry, Annie seeks to hunt
down the queen’s enemies—and learn why they want her killed.
To purchase “Peccadillo at the Palace” (SparkPress), go to https://amzn.to/2HN2L3x.
The Southern Side of Paradise by
Kristy Woodson Harvey
From “rising star of Southern fiction” author Kristy Woodson
Harvey comes the third novel in her “Peachtree Bluff” series, in
which a secret threatens the tight bond among three sisters and their mother.
With the man of her dreams back and all three daughters happy, Ansley
Murphy should be content. But when two new women arrive in Peachtree
Bluff—one who could wreck Ansley’s happiness and one who could
tear daughter Emerson’s world apart—everything is put in
perspective. And after secrets come to light, the family bond comes crumbling
You can find “The Southern Side of Paradise” (Gallery Books)
Guesthouse for Ganesha by Judith
In 1923, 17-year-old Esther Grünspan arrives in Köln “with
a hardened heart as her sole luggage.” Thus begins a 22-year journey,
woven against the backdrops of the European Holocaust and the Hindu Kali Yuga
(the “Age of Darkness” when human civilization degenerates
spiritually), in search of a place of sanctuary.
Throughout her travails, Esther relies on her masterful tailoring skills
to help mask her Jewish heritage, navigate war-torn Europe and emigrate to
India. Weaving Eastern beliefs and perspectives with Western realities and
pragmatism, “Guesthouse for Ganesha” is a tale of love, loss, and
“Guesthouse for Ganesha” (She Writes Press) is available at https://amzn.to/2HV6GLI.
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“Great summer reads can include “You, Me and the Sea” by
Meg Donohue, “Peccadillo at the Palace” by Kari Bovee, “The
Southern Side of Paradise” by Kristy Woodson Harvey and
“Guesthouse for Ganesha” by Judith Teitelman. http://bit.ly/2wEv0wi”
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