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The Scent of Lies, a Cozy Mystery & Romance (Paradise Valley Mystery Series Book 1)

by Debra Burroughs
4.3 stars – 514 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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From New York Times bestselling author Debra Burroughs comes The Scent of Lies…
“I loved the characters in this book!
 Can’t wait for the next book in the series.” ~ yhavens

   “…a fast-paced and suspenseful romantic mystery with a sassy protagonist.” ~ J.M. Gardner
Book 1 , Paradise Valley Mysteries. When 28-year-old Emily Parker’s dashing private-eye husband is killed, her world is torn apart. After his case goes cold and is shelved by the cops, Emily begins to unravel clues that her late husband was not who he had claimed to be.
With the help of her close friends and the handsome new police detective in town, Emily takes over her late husband’s business and begins taking on cases while still searching for answers to his murder, throwing Emily’s own life into grave danger. Can she solve the mysteries without losing her life?
A story overflowing with murder mystery, close friendships, a bit of romance, and juicy intrigue–think “Stephanie Plum” meets “Nancy Drew”.

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Eden Rising (Eden Rising Trilogy Book 1)

by Andrew Cunningham
4.6 stars – 195 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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“The Earth died in less than a minute. Maybe that’s an exaggeration. It’s not like the planet ceased to exist altogether. It just seemed like it. Cities were reduced to rubble. Millions of people died that day. I’ve since been told that 95% of the Earth’s human population was wiped out. I don’t know if that’s true—I mean, who can know that for sure? It’s not like we still have any of the technology that we once used to determine such things. But I do know that it was almost empty of people—live ones, that is.” Thus begins the journey of Ben and Lila, two ordinary teenagers forced to rise to extraordinary heights when faced with a world that has suddenly and inexplicably died. Dealing with the sorrow of all they have lost, but the love they have found in each other, they set off on an odyssey that will bring them to the limits of human endurance and face to face with the frailty of their very existence. From the extreme violence of many of the surviving humans toward one another, to a world physically falling apart at the seams, Ben and Lila are determined to make it through the devastation in their quest for a place to quietly share their life together. In the process, they have to become as violent as the world around them in order to survive, while struggling to hold onto the humanity that will keep them sane.

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Keys of Life: Sword of Fire

by Carolyn Schield
4.4 stars – 12 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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In the second installment of the Keys of Life trilogy. The violent war between the Pure of Heart and the Children of the Nephilim continues and Cordy and Ash run from Europe to New Orleans. The pair, along with a new ally, search for hidden family treasures to help them defeat the Nephilim. Meanwhile, the Guardian, a spirit of Earth, warns them that their next battle could be the most catastrophic the planet has ever seen rivaling the Great Flood. Jon Lafitte, are reformed pirate and consummate Frenchman, vies for Cordy’s affections while steering the trio along the Louisiana bayou to their biggest showdown yet. But Cordy finds it difficult to choose between the unpredictable Lafitte, and the one who’s always been there for her, Ash.

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