Thursday, August 25, 2011

New Releases

    Deep Cover
        Sandra Orchard
        September 2011

Maintaining his cover cost undercover cop Rick Gray the woman he loved. Sweet Ginny Bryson never really knew Rick--he never gave her the chance. Not then, and not now, when he's back with a new alias to gather evidence against Ginny's uncle. The man's crimes led to Rick's partner's death, and Rick wants justice to be served. But his investigation is stirring up trouble, and Ginny is in the middle of it. Someone wants Ginny to pay the price for what her uncle has done. But how can Rick protect her without blowing his cover, jeopardizing his assignment...and risking both their lives? Publisher: LoveInspired 

Published: September 2011
ISBN10: 0373444591
ISBN13: 9780373444595
Genre: Romantic Suspense

Thursday, August 18, 2011

New Releases

Falling to Pieces
by Vannetta Chapman
September 2011

Not your usual Amish buggy ride!

Deborah Yoder needs to sell her quilts. Callie Harper has reluctantly inherited her aunt's quilting store. Deborah is Amish, tall, and hearty, the married mother of five. Callie is English, petite, young, and single. They form an unlikely partnership when Deborah reveals her plan to auction her quilts … on-line … in a town where few residents even have electricity.

In the tiny community of Shipshewana, what could be more implausible?  A murder.

And when circumstances and a relentless detective point to a surprising prime suspect, Deborah and Callie set aside their differences and work together in an attempt to solve the mystery and catch a killer.

In this first book of a three-book series, author Vannetta Chapman blends the best components of Amish fiction with a great who-done-it twist. You'll be glad she did.

Two women, an auction, a dead body, and one friendship quilt. Shipshewana will never be the same.


Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Quote of the Week

“God is more interested in who you are than what you do.” Rick Warren

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Quote of the Week

A hero is no braver than an ordinary man, but he is braver five minutes longer.-  Ralph Waldo Emerson