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Felicity's ecstatic enjoyment of her fellow ordinands' singing in Ascension Morn from the top of Pusey Tower at the College of the Transfiguration is shattered when a black-­robed body hurtles over the precipice and rolls to a stop at her feet. Father Antony recognizes the corpse as Hwyl Pendry, a former student of his, who has been serving as Deliverance Minister in the diocese of St. David's. The police ignore the strange emblem of a double-­headed snake curling across a triangle Hwyl clutched in his hand and label the death a suicide. But Hwyls widow is convinced otherwise, and pleads for Felicity and Antony to help her uncover the truth. Matters grow murkier as Felicity and Antony, leading a youth pilgrimage through rural Wales, encounter the same sinister symbol of a double-­headed snake on their travels. Lurking figures follow the group. Then one of the young people is found face-­down in a well …

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Roses in Autumn, is captivating combination of a couple's fervent desire to repair their marriage and the gentle reaching out of God the Father to two individuals who must find Him to find each other.

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Lieutenant Richard Greyston seeks heroic glory in the Charge of the Light Brigade. Jennifer Neville goes to Scutari as one of Florence Nightingale’s nurses dreaming of wiping the brows of the wounded. Richard winds up blinded and Jennifer spends her days carrying slops as mice fall from the walls of the hospital. Once back in London Jennifer and Richard find the challenges of evil and darkness are still overwhelming as they fight for social justice and healing light.

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A JANE AUSTEN ENCOUNTER is Book Three in The Elizabeth and Richard Mystery Series.­English professors Elizabeth and Richard are celebrating twenty years of marriage with their dream vacation - visiting all Jane Austen's homes in England. But not even the overpowering personality of their Oxford guide or the careful attentions of their new friends can keep the tour free from lurking alarms. When a box of old documents is donated to the Jane Austen Centre in Bath, Richard volunteers to help sort through it. Later that night, however, he finds the Centre's director bleeding on her office floor. Could the valuable letter that has gone missing really lead them to new revelations about Jane Austen's unfinished manuscript The Watsons? Encounter Jane Austen with Elizabeth and Richard on their tour. Visit all the sites so redolent of Jane Austen and her characters in the beautiful city of Bath. Stay in the Chawton House Library and visit the charming Chawton cottage where Jane's writing . . .

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Lady Antonia Has an Agonizing Secret! It is January 1855. Three years have passed since her marriage to Lord Charles M. Danvers, and still there is no heir to the earldom. Antonia fears Charles will soon be asking a lot of questions—questions she's afraid to answer. For she has kept a secret from Charles that might have changed his decision to marry Tonia.­With this secret weighing heavily on her mind, she and Charles stumble upon a mystery. Frail, elderly Catherine Bacon has been murdered. Though the slaying is blamed on a traveling “dustman,­” Charles begins to track clues to the mysterious death through the streets of Victorian Scotland. Meanwhile, Antonia, trying to shake the irrepressible helplessness within her, absorbs herself with a favorite hobby—antique shopping.­What she discovers in one of the shops stops her in her tracks! There, in a window, is a figurine that belonged to the late Catherine Bacon. This mystery suddenly has a new twist. Antonia continues to track clues . . .

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"I've always been a fan of the traditional cozy murder mystery such as Agatha Christie wrote, or Dorothy L. Sayers, or Margery Allingham--­the sort of story portrayed on A & E or PBS Mystery Theatre. So I was excited to discover a modern-­day voice that has captured that fast-­paced and snappy dialogue that you would find in a Tommy & Tuppence who-­dun-­it. That voice is Donna Crow, award-­winning English novelist who lives in Oregon.­" -­Author Christine Lindsay * * * Donna Fletcher Crow brings you through time in this British Romantic Suspense Novel. This is book 2 in the Elizabeth and Richard Mystery series. Book 1 is SHADOW OF REALITY. * * * PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Elizabeth and Richard want nothing more than a quiet, romantic honeymoon? with a touch of literary charm. So they have chosen the Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon. Perfection. Until they find that Desdemona's brilliantly acted death scene wasn't acted and Elizabeth's costume designer sister and her actress roommate are . . .

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A JANE AUSTEN ENCOUNTER is Book Three in The Elizabeth and Richard Mystery Series. BOOK DESCRIPTION English professors Elizabeth and Richard are celebrating twenty years of marriage with their dream vacation—visiting all Jane Austen’s homes in England. But not even the overpowering personality of their Oxford guide or the careful attentions of their new friends can keep the tour free from lurking alarms. When a box of old documents is donated to the Jane Austen Centre in Bath, Richard volunteers to help sort through it. Later that night, however, he finds the Centre’s director bleeding on her office floor. Could the valuable letter that has gone missing really lead them to new revelations about Jane Austen’s unfinished manuscript The Watsons?  Encounter Jane Austen with Elizabeth and Richard on their tour. Visit all the sites so redolent of Jane Austen and her characters in the beautiful city of Bath. Stay in the Chawton House Library and visit the charming Chawton cottage where . . .

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