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Author of I AM DEFIANCE, Jenni L. Walsh’s middle grade novel BY THE LIGHT OF FIREFLIES, based on the true story of a hidden Revolutionary War hero, Sybil Ludington, dubbed the “female Paul Revere,” and following a teen girl who braves a perilous midnight ride to warn the troops, with the believed magic of fireflies to light her way.

 

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Maggie Blackburn’s ONCE UPON A SEASIDE MURDER, in which bookstore owner and Shakespeare scholar Summer Merriweather’s  Christmas is upended by the disappearance of a visiting cozy mystery author who’s written a book inspired by an unsolved cold case on St. Brigid–one that plunges Summer into her mother’s past and host of family secrets

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Author of THE FIRE THIEF Debra Bokur’s THE LAVA WITCH, the third book in the Dark Paradise Mystery series, in which a detective must discover if an ancient legend of sorcery is behind a new case of mayhem and murder in paradise, to James Abbate at Kensington, for publication in 2022.

 

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Wall Street Journal bestselling author Minka Kent’s UNMISSING, in which the wife of a prominent businessman comes face-to-face with her husband’s first wife, who went missing and was declared dead years before.

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NYT bestselling author Lynn Cahoon’s THE TUESDAY NIGHT SURVIVORS CLUB MYSTERY, featuring a protagonist who’s a cancer survivor who owns a bookstore in Sedona, AZ, and has to find a killer when one of the members of the survivor’s book club is found dead of unnatural causes, in a 3-book deal.

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NYT and USA Today bestselling author Stacy Finz’s COWBOY PROUD, book four in the Dry Creek Ranch romance series, in which a prodigal daughter returns to the family ranch and finds unexpected love after suffering trauma at the hands of a militia group.

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Caroline Woods‘s THE LUNAR HOUSEWIFE, a novel set in 1953 New York’s glamorous literary scene and following a journalist who faces a shadowy mix of censorship, surveillance, and gaslighting when she pens a subversively feminist novel and forms an unlikely friendship with Ernest Hemingway, inspired by the CIA’s manipulation of arts and letters during the Cold War, to Carolyn Williams at Doubleday, in a pre-empt, for publication in 2022.

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Margaret H. Greenberg & Gina Greenlee’s THE BUSINESS OF RACE, written by two business women, one black and one white, in which they tackle the emotionally charged, polarizing and deeply complex dynamic of race in the workplace using a business/asset-based lens rather than a social justice/deficit-based lens.

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Camille DiMaio’s historical WWII novel, in which three women navigate homefront life while working at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, but when one of them falls for an overseas soldier she’s been corresponding with, a course is set for secrets, revelations, and the power of friendship and love.