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Romance, Women's Fiction, Legal Drama... Mortgaged Goods is a heart warming story of devotion, sacrifice, and courage.
Nata Dreyer-Albrecht was living the dream, until tragedy struck and her past came back to haunt her. When her life begins to unravel, horrifying secrets are revealed that rock her world and that of those she loves. But will her husband's family secret prove the most shocking of all?
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Hi Everyone!Would any East Tennessee authors be interested in a local chapter of SINC (Sisters In Crime)? I am trying to gauge whether it would be viable and if I should continue talking to the national office. You don't have to be a female author…Continue
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A Jewish Exploration of Mexico City By Marcia Fine Special to the Phoenix Jewish NewsMy research for historical accuracy in my novels has led me around the world, including Israel, France, Poland, Spain and the Czech Republic. After the success of…Continue
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