The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson

“This gem of a historical from Richardson (The Sisters of Glass Ferry) features an indomitable heroine navigating a community steeped in racial intolerance. In 1936, 19-year-old Cussy Mary Carter works for the New Deal–funded Pack Horse Library Project, delivering reading material to the rural people of Kentucky…Readers will adore the memorable Cussy and appreciate Richardson’s fine rendering of rural Kentucky life.” –Publishers Weekly

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Secrets Never Die by Melinda Leigh – #BOOKREVIEW

“Bestseller Leigh’s intense fifth addition to the ongoing saga of the Dane family piles on the drama…A fun subplot featuring another PI and a reporter seems likely to enliven future volumes…Morgan and Lance’s romance, mingled with realistic family detail, takes a back seat to roller-coaster suspense.” Publishers Weekly

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