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FREEBIE Mix Part 2

Getting the Important Things Right
Padgett Gerler
5 star contemporary/literary fiction
While Colonel Tom physically and emotionally batters his family, Ma’am escapes the turmoil with alcohol. Their children, Percy, Sis and Oops, with no adult guidance, learn to sidestep their family minefields alone. Told with captivating grit, humor, and insight, this tale of family discord carries the Albemarles through decades of turbulence until tragedy teaches them to forgive and understand by GETTING THE IMPORTANT THINGS RIGHT.

The Survival of Thomas Ford
John A. A. Logan
5 star literary fiction/thriller
Thomas Ford is the only survivor of the car crash which killed his wife. He is also the only witness who would be willing to identify the young, reckless driver who caused the crash. But the driver has no intention of ever letting himself be identified, not to mention what his father’s intentions are…or those of his girlfriend, Lorna, the hospital cleaner.

An Ogham Wood
Cliff Seruntine
4+ star fantasy
Where does one begin the tale of An Ogham Wood? Perhaps with the Lady Ellidurydd who was born three thousand years ago in wooded Wales and fell in love with a stag of the forest. Or perhaps the tale should begin fifteen hundred years later with Dylan O’Shee, exiled prince of a lost Irish kingdom who had the gift of finding souls. Maybe it truly begins with the vanishing of the Hundred Horsemen, for it was then a band of wandering Celtic tinkers appeared with a vision to save the fading faerie folk of the West.

Before The Fall
Orna Ross
4+ star literary fiction
In 1923, Dan O’Donovan, an Irish Free State soldier, was found dead in the notorious sinking sands at Mucknamore. Was he a victim of the ‘War of The Brothers’ that has been tearing this village apart ? Or lured to his death for other, more personal, reasons? Now in 1995 and Jo Devereux has returned to Mucknamore from San Francisco, having fled the village twenty years before. Pregnant and troubled, Jo is now determined to uncover the silence that surrounds her family history.


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