The Tangram Zoo and Word Puzzles Too! by Bette A Stevens
Looking for some Special Summertime Fun with the kids or grandkids? Need some quality ‘together time’ on a rainy day? Visit The Tangram Zoo and Word Puzzles Too! for hours of creative learning and hands-on fun. Solve 18 puzzles and riddles, make your own tangram puzzle pieces; then write your own riddles and add your own animals to The Zoo! Solutions and project ideas included.
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Making It Home by Christine Campbell
Kate had a home, but her heart wasn’t in it… or in her marriage.
So she left them both.
Phillis had a home…and her heart was in it…but she wanted something more.
So she shopped.
Naomi had no home and her heart was in cold storage, frozen by grief and fear.
So she shopped.
They found one another in a department store.
The problem with ‘retail therapy’: you can overdose.
As friendship grows between these three women, they help one another face up to their problems, realising along the way, that every heart needs a home and it takes more than a house to make one.
A contemporary novel about women who want more.
Paperback – £7.99
Kindle ebook – £2.74
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Murder at the Galvez by Kathleen Kaska
Murder at the Galvez (LL-Publications) is the third mystery in the Sydney Lockhart Mystery Series.
Eighteen years after discovering the murdered body of her grandfather in the foyer of the historic Galvez Hotel, Sydney Lockhart reluctantly returns to Galveston, Texas to cover the controversial Pelican Island Development Project conference. Soon after her arrival, the conference is cancelled; the keynote speaker is missing. When his body turns up in the trunk of Sydney’s car, she’s hauled down to the police station for questioning. The good news is Sydney has an alibi this time; the bad news is she finds another body—her father’s new friend—he’s floating facedown in a fish tank with a bullet in his head. Her father’s odd behavior and the threatening notes delivered to her hotel room leads Sydney to suspect that her grandfather’s unsolved murder and the present murders are connected. As if this wasn’t bad enough, just a few blocks from the hotel at her parents’ home, people are gathering, sparks are flying, another controversial event is in the planning, one that just might rival the Great Storm of 1900.
Paperback: 280 pages
Publisher: LL-Publications (December 7, 2012)
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Distant Thunder by T.D.Griggs
Bangalore, 1893. Frank Gray’s enchanted Indian boyhood comes to a brutal end the night his mother is savagely assaulted by a British cavalry officer. As the scandal destroys his family, Frank has only revenge left to live for.
Grace Dearborn grows up in England, wealthy and privileged. But once she learns the human cost of her family’s fortune, she is on a collision course with the father she adores.
Frank and Grace share more than a hatred of injustice. Their personal demons drive them from bohemian Vienna to the savagery of the North-west Frontier, from the slums of London to the deserts of the Sudan. But escaping the past is the hardest battle of all.
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