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Sad Summer in Biarritz
Jill
Culiner

WOMEN'S LITERATURE:  A woman fleeing an abusive boyfriend ends up in the seaside town of Biarritz, where she finds herself embroiled in a mystery surrounding a young artist named Vinnie and his untimely death. When she starts to ask questions, those who want to hide the truth about him and his life, pull her in deeper.

TIME TRAVEL:  Lady Elizabeth Kendall and her twin brothers grew up listening to the amusing tales of time travel told by their mother. As she grows older, Elizabeth wonders if the stories are as fictional as she thought. Once grown and of debutante age, Elizabeth meets the handsome Jackerson Morgan Carwyn, Duke of Whitewood, at a countryside retreat.

TIME TRAVEL:  Jennifer Knight is a talented and accomplished actress, still landing lead roles while almost fifty. Jen is proud of her achievements but still feels something is lacking. As she approaches her fiftieth birthday, she reflects on her life, and specifically her two failed marriages. Will she ever have the chance to love again?

SCI-FI:  A woman comes to consciousness in a remote location on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada.  She does not know who or where she is, except that she is compelled to kill.  It is her Destiny.

SCI-FI:  On future Earth, emotions are forbidden; expressing them results in reprogramming. The population is deliberately sterile, and the people are cloned. Sexual urges are satisfied in copulation clubs. It is unbearable to Clone Angelo Thirteen, who longs for love. He and his co-pilot, Chad Seven, are on their way to the planet Iridis where new lives await and emotions are allowed.

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