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Select Editions Shadow Dance (Buchanan-Renard, Bk 6) / Francesca's Kitchen / The Sleeping Doll (Kathryn Dance, Bk 1) / Garden Spells (Large Print)
Select Editions Shadow Dance / Francesca's Kitchen / The Sleeping Doll / Garden Spells - Buchanan-Renard, Bk 6 - Kathryn Dance, Bk 1 - Large Print Author:Sarah Addison Allen, Jeffery Deaver, Peter Pezzelli, Julie Garwood Shadow Dance (Buchanan-Renard, Bk 6) by Julie Garwood — Jordan Buchanan and Noah Clayborne in a sizzling, tumultuous, and long-awaited pairing finally arrives in Shadow Dance, a novel that shuttles between glamorous metropolitan Boston and small-town Texas. — — Francesca's Kitchen by Peter Pezzelli... more »rong>
Mamma and all-around good egg Francesca Campanile, widowed with children and grandchildren all elsewhere, is floating aimlessly in her Providence, R.I., house. When she decides what she needs is to be needed, Francesca answers the babysitter-wanted ad of Loretta Simmons, a single mother working full-time.
The Sleeping Doll (Kathryn Dance, Bk 1) by Jeffery Deaver
Daniel Pell is a contemporary Charles Manson. A petty criminal with a history of antisocial behavior and obsession with controlling other people, he had a group of women living with him in a quasi cult in central California. Eight years ago, he and another man viciously slaughtered a family for no apparent reason, though the three women in his "Family" were absolved of any part in the deaths. Now, present day, Pell has escaped and Kathryn Dance, the famed interrogator and kinesic analyst (body language) and her team, must find out where he is and why he's staying near the prison he escaped from
Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen
The Waverleys have always been a curious family, endowed with peculiar gifts that make them outsiders even in their hometown of Bascom, North Carolina. Even their garden has a reputation, famous for its feisty apple tree that bears prophetic fruit, and its edible flowers, imbued with special powers. Generations of Waverleys tended this garden. Their history was in the soil. But so were their futures.« less