Neelie’s Truth introduces us to the James family and a rural New England life that holds dark secrets and a breathtaking, twisting story. Neelie James, deserted by her father and struggling with a town turned against her family, must find her own path. Even the mysterious stranger who opens the door to a life Neelie has never known, cannot rescue her. Neelie’s decisions will change her life, forever-and will bring the reader to face to face with revenge and preservation. Ultimately, the challenges faced by Neelie are timely in today’s world of retribution and violence. Seldom has this time and place been brought so vividly to life. From Fitzgerald’s poignant descriptions of a tragic farm accident to fiercely led rural lives, she writes with a clear sense of regional honesty. Luminous with prose that brilliantly respects time, place and character, Neelie’s Truth is an unforgettable tour de force.
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Introducing Phred Rivers, a corporate psychologist, faces down her own demons to protect a fugitive mother and infant. From New Haven to Savannah, Phred is on the run with the help and hindrance of a Yale professor recovering from post traumatic stress, a teen too creative for his own good, and one of those guys you don’t want to meet in a dark alley. When a high-speed chase ends in collision, she has to put the pieces together before it’s too late.
Edge of the River
The Edge of the River, by Harriet Fitzgerald Percoski with illustrations by Betsy Fitzgerald is a children’s story of adventure and family. Emma will set off on great adventures but she is supported by the love of family and home. With simple and magical drawings of places around the world, The Edge of the River encourages children to imagine where they too might travel, as they follow their heart. From the Far East to the Arctic to the rainforest and back to the edge of the river, the illustrations burst with color and energy. A collaboration of mother and daughter, The Edge of the River goes to the core of family. There is no place like home, but there is also nothing like adventure.
November Comes Early
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