October 7, 2018

Disrupters by Dr. Patti Fletcher imagines a business world where women throw out the old playbook and start making their own rules. With exciting insights and uplifting stories, Fletcher reveals the keys you need to achieve your own version of success – choose career and family – get out of your head – use what you’ve got – thrive in the tribe – lead like a woman – and open the door for someone else.

Blood Moon by John Sedgwick illuminates the true sweeping American epic of the century-long blood feud between two rival Cherokee chiefs from the early years of the United States, men who worked together to lift their people to the height of culture and learning as the most civilized tribe in the nation. But later, turning against each other, the tribe dropped into the depths of ruin and despair. Theirs is a story of land, pride, honor, and loss that forms much of the country’s mythic past today.

Train Your Head & Your Body Will Follow by Sandy Joy Weston maintains that all it takes is one to three minutes a day to change your body, and your life, for the better. After many years of hands-on research and collaboration with top professors, the author has put together a guidebook and thirty-day journal, written for the everyday person to help get their head in the game and see instant, dramatic results.

The Ever After by Sarah Pekkanen uncovers the truth behind the lies as Josie comes to grips with reality vs. the mirage of her marriage, revealed when she borrows her husband’s phone to make a quick call – and sees nine words that shatter her world. This enthralling domestic drama goes deep into a marriage in crisis, peeling back layers of secrets to find where the relationship veered off course–and whether it is worth saving.

A Catered Costume Party by Isis Crawford stages a cozy, yet Hitchcock style story, when sisters Bernie and Libby Simmons agree to cater an extravagant Halloween party at a former private school (suspected to be haunted). They figured a ghost or two and a blood-curdling scream might be part of the menu, but never expected to be haunted by the specter of multiple crimes and bodies, and where nothing is quite what it seems.

The Paris Secret by Karen Swan is a glittering tale of forgotten treasures and long-held secrets, tracing one woman’s journey to learn the truth behind an abandoned apartment and a family whose mysteries may be better left undiscovered. When fine art agent Flora Sykes is called in to assess objects d’art in a Paris apartment that has been abandoned since WWII, she is skeptical– until she discovers the treasure trove of paintings is myriad and priceless. As she researches the background of a prize Renoir, she uncovers a scandal surrounding the painting– and a secret that goes to the very heart of the family.