In The Clock Strikes Midnight by Joan C. Curtis, Janie Knox is living a happy life with her partner in Savannah when she discovers that she only has a few months left to live. Time is short and Janie must face the past by returning to Atlanta to tie up the loose ends of the past. Will she reconnect with the sister she abandoned and will she be able to face off with her mother’s killer and do what must be done before time runs out?
It’s 1872; a gang of thugs is headed to rob a stagecoach and kidnap a young woman. The sheriff brothers, Yancy and Cooper Landon, head out to rescue her from her captors. Little do they know that an old adversary is also trying to help the woman. Will they find her in time?
Texas 1871, life has not been easy for Rondo Landon. A gifted sharpshooter from an early age, his father gave him a pistol taken from a dead Union soldier. Rondo once dreamed of being a legitimate businessman, but in the Wild West dreams aren’t practical, and he swiftly turns to crime. Rondo’s criminal past has caught up with him, and now it’s time to confess the things he’s done. [easyazon-link asin=”1481806297″ locale=”us”]Confessions Of A Gunfighter[/easyazon-link] contains the good, the bad and the ugly of Rondo Landon’s life and quite a life it’s been!
In Dangerous Waters – Mystery, loss and love on the island of Guernsey by Anne Allen, Jeanne LePage never thought she’d return to the Island of Guernsey after the tragic boating accident that killed her parents and left her with amnesia and a crippling fear of the water. Now, many years later, her grandmother has passed on, leaving her the family cottage. While renovating the cottage, Jeanne discovers dark family secrets. As she experiences flashbacks of the boating accident — what will she remember and will what she remembers, be enough to endanger her own life?