The Librarian Spy by Madeline Martin
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by Leigh DeLozier
2M ago
Neither Ava nor Elaine would have dreamed of becoming a spy, but they’ll do whatever they can in the fight against the Nazis ..read more
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All That Is Hidden by Laura DeNooyer-Moore
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by Leigh DeLozier
7M ago
Secrets rarely stay hidden forever, especially in this coming-of-age story filled with baseball, mountain lore, and Southern culture in 1968 ..read more
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The Prince and the Prodigal by Jill Eileen Smith
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by Leigh DeLozier
10M ago
From “favorite son” Joseph to sullen Judah and their well-meaning father Jacob, step into the lives of a familiar Old Testament family and see them in new ways ..read more
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Christmas on Ocracoke by Christina Sinisi
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by Leigh DeLozier
10M ago
Inheriting a home on Ocracoke Island seems the perfect place for Annie and her toddler to start fresh. What she finds goes far beyond that, including answers questions she didn’t know she had ..read more
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Bookshop by the Sea by Denise Hunter
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by Leigh DeLozier
10M ago
An approaching hurricane, a stranded ex-boyfriend and a bookshop scheduled to open in a few weeks. What could possibly go wrong ..read more
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The Paris Betrayal by James R. Hannibal
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by Leigh DeLozier
10M ago
When everything — and everyone — you’ve counted on is gone, where do you turn? Especially when you're a spy ..read more
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