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Sister Bevenlee and Mother of Pox (The Tower of Sephalon Book 3)

by Charles Brass
5.0 stars – 4 reviews
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Text-to-Speech: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Life at the Tower can be incredibly exhilarating…

Eight-year-old peasant girl Bevenlee sees an aura around fourteen-year-old Princess Ukee and within hours they’re en route to the Tower, where for five centuries one hundred Sisters have attended the precious Mothers who give birth to the gods that walk the land.

…and eternally unforgiving.

As a Sister, Bevenlee learns new skills and makes new and loyal friends, but suffers torment and terrible injuries from Sisters and gods alike. When the birth of her child leaves Mother Ukee in a debilitating unresponsiveness, tensions within the Tower intensify.

For a terrifying pestilence threatens the Scattered Kingdoms at the same time the Horde—a relentless enemy army—invades with the intent to destroy the Tower and all in their path.

With growing suspicions that her dear friend’s mysterious child might be the cause of the deadly pox, young Bevenlee, her very sanity in question, must find a way to save herself, Mother Ukee, and all they know and love, or be condemned to everlasting damnation.

Return to The Tower of Sephalon for the final chapter of Charles Brass’s thrilling fantasy series! Each book is a stand-alone story set in the land of the Scattered Kingdoms, where Sisters devote their lives to the Mothers that birth the gods that walk the earth.

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The Jazz Cat Murders: An Agatha & Smitty Murder Mystery

by Sara M. Barton, Sara Barton
4.3 stars – 49 reviews
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Text-to-Speech: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

In their very first case together, cozy mystery author “Agatha” and homicide investigator “Smitty” work together to catch a dangerous serial killer who is murdering talented jazz musicians.

She’s hiding out at the One for the Road Motel with a big secret, using her cozy mystery author pen name as her alias. He’s an overworked, impatient, and grouchy homicide investigator. Who wouldn’t be with three murders committed in less than a week in a Vermont town near Lake Champlain that’s the size of a postage stamp?

Sparks fly as they verbally banter with each other. There’s no mistaking that attraction. It’s two moths drawn to the flame of love. But before they can act on their desire, they must solve the three…or is it four…murders!

Move over, Tommy and Tuppence Beresford and Nick and Nora Charles. Make room for Sabrina Tucker (“Is that your real name?”) and Detective John Smith. This dynamic duo is determined to solve this baffling mystery!

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Unholy Monster War: Governess Chapters

by Geoffrey C Porter
4.0 stars – 1 reviews
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Text-to-Speech: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

It’s 1985, and Caitlyn studies engineering as a way of rebelling against her father. She’s low on food and doesn’t have rent, and she is just going to run some drugs to try to make a quick couple of bucks.

Then a monster tries to eat her, and she takes it very personally. She learns about magic but isn’t a witch. She takes on a crew of boys who are good with blades, and they call her den mother.

Alicia comes along later, carries a rifle, and misplaces her son. The boys in her den call her The Governess.

Action at a breakneck pace with just a hint of magic.

This contains the Bullox the Cat sections.

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