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September’s Song
Ryan Jo
Summers

WOMEN'S FICTION:  A man awakes in a strange room, having no idea how he got there. He realizes he has no memories of anything — including his identity. The only clue is a military I.D. in a battered duffle bag. He spies a vent and quickly plots an escape. Once out, he finds a homeless shelter run by Father Patrick.

The Grundys and Milnes were great friends and spent a lot of time together. Now that Doris Grundy and Jess Milne are both widowed, what was once a great friendship has turned into a bitter feud. Everyone around them sees that Doris and Jess need each other, but the twist is finding a way to get them to see it.

Pumpkin Everything
Beth
Labonte

Amy Fox left Autumnboro, New Hampshire, straight out of high school with no intention of ever going back — that is, until her grandfather goes and literally drives into a Dunkin’ Donuts.  Now she finds herself not only having to face all those in the town she fictionalized in her horror novels, but also her childhood best friend Kit.  In the midst of everything pumpkin-spiced, Amy must find a w

For Lincoln, nothing beats the pleasure of successfully bringing in one of his bounties, but picking up one guy at his place of employment seems too easy.  The bounty is readily handed over, but when Lincoln delivers the bounty to the police station, he learns just how big the operation he’s now involved in is and that Skye Sommers might be involved as well.

Anastasia Stride has made it her mission to speak on behalf of those suffering due to their indigenous backgrounds. Unfortunately, while her career has blossomed, the burden on her heart threatens to consume her. Returning home, she seeks to heal and regroup but having spent so much time in solitude, the last thing she expects are new friends or a man to occupy her mind.

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