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Love at Five Thousand Feet
Jane Lewis
Narrator: Dawson McBride

HISTORICAL:  Dottie Lester returns to her hometown in Saplingville, Georgia after her mother’s death. She knows she must care for her alcoholic father but soon realizes she has taken on the role of parent. Dottie hopes, after grounding him in a new job, she can move to Macon, where her aunt lives.

Cooperative Lives
Patrick
Finegan

LITERATURE:  With a preface, a cast of more than one dozen featured characters, and four parts, “Cooperative Lives” is a morality play rendered in novel form. Set in an affluent co-op apartment building on Central Park South in New York City, residents’ complicated personal and professional lives overlap and implode.

On a dark, rainy drive down an isolated road in Georgia, Laura Simon, bestselling author of historical supernatural romance, spins her car into a ditch and encounters a mysterious stranger who offers her shelter until the storm passes. Jack Monroe looks a lot like a present-day embodiment of Laura’s most popular featured character, Jack Monroe, a 600-year-old vampire.

Douglas Ashton, Lord Deveril, has a bad reputation, making his nickname of Devil appropriate. Youthful indiscretions had him banished to military service until the death of his father brings him back to his childhood home, which is empty of his sister Alice’s presence.

Only day after Blair Bradshaw’s son dies, she is found dead in the middle of her son’s memorial.  Franklin Bradshaw, her husband and criminal lawyer, believes his wife committed suicide over the grief of losing their son.  Detective Radhauser, however, believes foul play is at foot, and Franklin is his number one suspect.  The deeper Radhauser digs into this case, the more questions he has abou

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