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Sue’s plan to use the historic log cabin on her property as a garden shop has locals excited. Unfortunately, mischief and vandalism escalate in her first week of business. Sue’s husband, police chief Alan Jaworski, is convinced that the incidents are childish pranks until he finds her unconscious in the shop. Sue believes that someone is trying to force her to close Butterflies and Blooms. But why?
Sue and Alan fell in love while solving a murder mystery in No Gifts to Bring. Now married, they’ve moved to a small town in the Poconos. Alan becomes the police chief in Aspen Notch, while Sue finds a dead body, inherits an unruly puppy, and receives a death threat. Murder in Aspen Notch is the first book of the Aspen Notch Mystery Series.
No Gifts to Bring is an endearing story of love and hope, intertwined with an engaging whodunnit. A young child with disabilities, a flamboyant singer, a handsome traveler, and an irritating private detective open Sue’s heart to the magic of Christmas.
A poignant U.S. historical fiction novel set in 1818.
Lizzie Mitchell, rural farm girl, learns the importance of friendship and love, as she steps beyond the boundaries for women to become a teacher at the French Creek Boarding School for Girls.
A heartwarming debut novel, the first book of the Poustinia series.
Victoria books a week’s stay at a poustinia–a cabin in the woods at a monastery–to discern her future. She learns that it is only when we open ourselves to others that we discover inner harmony.
Book 2 of the Poustinia series.
Vicki and the Sisters unearth a secret that was hidden in the basement of the monastery. Willard J. and Hildegarde Smithfield were generous benefactors when they bequeathed their estate, but not all was above the law.
Book 3 of the Poustinia series
Vicki becomes immersed in the history of the couple who bequeathed their estate to the Sisters of St. Carmella. Explore the challenges of a German immigrant during WWI and experience the ravages of the 1918 influenza.
Living With a Springer Spaniel is a poignant real-life tale of what I learned when I opened my heart and home to Pete.