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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.

PARANORMAL:  Celebrated pianist Griffin Dunn has been asked to perform for Lord and Lady Byrons. Their young son, Jonah, is fascinated with Griffin, who is much too self-important to be bothered with the youngster. Tragedy strikes during the performance in the form of a shattered skylight and a mysterious curse placed on Griffin by the Byrons' nanny.

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.

Clara Van Hoosan is on her way from Amsterdam to McClintock, Texas to help young Daniel McClintock regain the ability to walk. He has been paralyzed for two years and Clara, a highly recommended heilgymnast (physiotherapist), is Daniel’s last hope. The McClintocks are expecting C.R. Van Hoosan to be a man, while Clara expects Daniel to be a youngster.

HISTORICAL:  In the middle of World War II, Billie Brighton’s focus is on helping nurse soldiers back to health.

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