Set in Cape Town, A Backward Blessing follows rogue detective Ray Blessing as she tries to unravel an adoption scam that has seen six toddlers vanish, while putting her own damaged life back together. As Ray closes in on the kidnappers, the clues lead alarmingly close to home. How can Ray stop more children from going missing when she seems personally responsible for the latest case?
Sixteen year old Carly wants to be a superhero, but when she stands up to a bully, he turns on her and forces her to battle flying hooks, giant thistles, doubt dragons and a suffocating closet. Dylan, a karate-trained nerd who supports her stand, turns out to be a secret admirer, and while he struggles to control his inner caveman, Carly searches for her own way to stop the bully. But will she find it before her knight in shining armour risks all in a battle with a fire-breathing dragon?
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Matinicus—An Island Mystery
by Darcy Scott
Steeped in Maine island lore, this century-spanning double mystery pits a renegade fishing community against an unhappy child-bride of the 1820s, a defiant twenty-first-century teen, and a hard-drinking botanist—Dr. Gil Hodges—who escapes to the island of Matinicus to avoid a crazed ex-lover and verify a rumored 22 species of wild orchid only to find himself hounded by the ghost of a child some two hundred years dead.
If Gil’s hoping for peace and quiet, he’s come to the wrong place. Generations of infighting among loose-knit lobstering clans have left them openly hostile to outsiders. When a beautiful, bed-hopping stranger sails into the harbor, old resentments re-ignite and people begin to die—their murders linked, through centuries of violence, to a diary whose secrets threaten to tear the island apart.
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