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Burntown Cover Image
ISBN: 9780385541367
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Published: Doubleday Books - April 25th, 2017

Many families have secrets. The secret of Eva Sandeski's family is a secret someone is willing to kill for. There’s is a haunting and dangerous legacy that could destroy an entire family for generations.

In the quaint New England college town of Ashford, Vermont,  Eva finds herself on the run from a man known as "Snake Eyes". She finds herself living in an area called Burn Town, where there are mystical women living off the grid in a campsite on the river's edge, inspired by powerful herbs called "the devil's snuff". Eva has been a part of this underworld for years, ever since the night her father drowned in a flood that left her and her mother homeless.

Sometimes, it is the smallest towns that have the strangest secrets. Find out what the secret of the Sandeski family is and why it got Eva's father, Miles, murdered. Burn Town has it all: the supernatural, fantasy, mystery, and suspense.

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ISBN: 9781501152252
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Published: Touchstone Books - May 16th, 2017

The Scribe of Siena is an intriguing debut Novel by Melodie Winawer. Who wouldn't want to read a book that has mystery, history, conspiracy, romance, time travel and the black plague?

Beatrice Trovato is a neurosurgeon who finds herself traveling to Siena, Italy due to the untimely death of her brother, Benjamin. Benjamin was a scholar and had been doing research on historic Siena. Upon her arrival in Siena, she finds that his research is still unfinished. Beatrice is intrigued by Benjamin’s research and decides that she is going to take a leave from her job and stay in Siena to complete his work. As she is diving into the research, she finds herself mysteriously transported back to the year 1347, the medieval times of Siena, and the onset of the black plague.

Beatrice must figure out how she was transported back in time and must decide which century she truly belongs in. This is a must-read if you like page-turning excitement.