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The Choir Director 2: Runaway Bride
In Weber's captivating sequel to The Choir Director (2011), gospel sensation and First Jamaica Ministries choir director Aaron Mackie gets ditched at the altar when his bride-to-be, Tia, runs away from a dark episode in her past. Aaron finds himself soaking up his sorrows in alcohol, while Tia plots her revenge on three shady men. Even the supporting characters (including Bishop T.K. Wilson, gold digger Desiree, and Aaron’s manager, Ross) all have problems of their own to sort out. “Church drama, bloody revenge, and plenty of sneaking around have these folks about to forget they’re in the Lord’s house,” writes Library Journal.
Close to Home
Vowing to make a fresh start, Sarah McAdams returns home to renovate the old Victorian mansion where she grew up. But as soon as she arrives, Sarah is beset by uneasy memories of her cold, distant mother and her half-sister who vanished without a trace. Plus, ever since the original mistress of the house plunged to her death almost a century ago, there have been rumors that the place is haunted. As teenage girls in their small town start disappearing, Sarah fears for the safety of her daughters, Jade and Gracie, and must confront long-forgotten, dangerous memories. From the author of Deserves to Die (2014).
The Long Way Home: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel
In Penny’s latest in her bestselling mystery series, Quebec’s former Chief Inspector of homicide Armand Gamache has retired to the idyllic village of Three Pines to recuperate from the events in How the Light Gets In (2013). But then his good friend Clara Morrow asks for his help. Her artist husband, Peter, has failed to return on the appointed day after his year-long, soul-searching journey. Gamache and his former assistant, Jean-Guy Beauvoir, follow Peter’s trail to Europe, Toronto, and the remote mouth of the St. Lawrence River. A masterfully plotted, introspective mystery from Edgar Award winner Penny.
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