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The Scousers Doreen
Doreen M. Doyle,
Joe Giambrone

NON-FICTION/HISTORICAL/MEMOIR:  Life during the 1930s, through World War II and beyond was difficult for many British citizens, but for many modern younger audiences that life is unimaginable without books like this one. Doreen Doyle recounts the experiences of her extended family, the Scousers, who resided mostly in Liverpool as they endured the war and survived after.

Cassandra Sato is determined to make it through the semester and prove what an excellent VP of Student Affairs she can be, despite a new boss that talks to her dead husband, student activists drawing media attention, end of semester pranks, and winter storms.

Lady Eve Chandos has lived with her guilt for years. A Yuletide adventure as a child has left Eve with physical and mental scars, and without her twin. Betrothed to the man thought to have saved her life, Eve does everything to appease her father and betrothed with little success. Sir Gabriel Bedford has avoided his brother since that long-ago Yuletide ended in betrayal.

HISTORICAL:  Charlotte Pullard did not expect to survive the terrible storm that wrecks her ship off the Oregon coast. Yet, she does, saved by the one man she thought lost forever. Maxwell Tucker never thought his isolated existence as a lighthouse keeper would be interrupted by the one woman who still holds his heart.

SCI-FI:  After three brutal years as bond servant to Lucius Mercio, one of the most powerful men in the Twelve systems, Lilian is finally free and serves as protégé for Lucius’ Serengeti Group. Still, the road is not easy. Lilian must deny continuing a liaison with Lucius despite his determined insistence otherwise.

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