Picture You Dead by Peter James

Detective Roy Grace looks into a cold case of an art dealer with financial worries who was bludgeoned outside his home, while at the same time, a local couple find a painting at a flea market that Antiques Roadshow tells them may be worth millions, setting off a train of events in their lives. This …

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The Eye Of The Beholder by Margie Orford

When a wealthy art collector, Fournier, goes missing from his cabin in Montreal, Angel, a young woman working with a wolf conservation program nearby, notifies search and rescue, but she has had her own reasons for watching him. Meanwhile, Cora, an artist whose recent exhibition has been highly controversial, knows something about his disappearance and …

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The Witches of Moonshyne Manor by Bianca Marais

Five witches live in Moonshyne Manor, a house on the edge of town, when an angry mob and some dark omens let the cat out of the bag that the men in town plan on condemning their home since they've been defaulting on payments and also, because everyone hates them because they're witches. They're only …

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Endless Summer by Elin Hilderbrand

Elin Hilderbrand, the queen of beach reads set on Nantucket, is back with a book of short stories and novelas. This collection is a series of stories that are prequels, sequel stories, lost chapters and longer stories that tie into her previous books and characters. We revisit characters from books like Summer of 69, Beautiful …

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Old Country by Matt Query and Harrison Query

Sasha and her husband Harry, have always dreamed of buying a property away from the big city life, and think they've found the perfect country home, quickly moving in with their dog Dash. But not long after they move in, their closest neighbour drops by with the welcome wagon and a printed document marked Springtime. …

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The Many Daughters of Afong Moy by Jamie Ford

In the 1830's, Afong Moy was the first Chinese woman to set foot on American soil. She made money as a curiosity, exhibited like a carnival attraction, and at some point seemed to disappear from historical records. In this book, Jamie Ford takes this historical figure as his starting point and mixes in the notion …

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