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A Plain Love Song by Kelly Irvin
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Adah Knepp wants nothing more than to make music. It's all she's ever desired, to sing and play the guitar and write her own songs.

That's a dream that will never come true in the confines of her strict Amish community, but then she meets Jackson Hart, and all of a sudden she finds the chance for a different kind of life: a real stage, a real guitar, and a real opportunity to sing her songs to a real audience.

Pursuing her dreams means turning her back on her family and community and saying goodbye to Matthew, the gentle Amish farmer she can't get out of her mind. Is it worth giving up the only home she's ever known to pursue her dreams?


More New Adult Fiction:
Nine lives to die: a Mrs. Murphy mystery by Rita Brown and Sneaky Pie
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Winter has come to Crozet, Virginia, bringing with it a fresh blanket of snow. Harry and her husband, Fair, are hip deep in their usual end-of-the-year activities: distributing food to needy residents and shopping for outfits for the Silver Linings youth organization's annual fundraising gala.

Buried beneath the white stuff are dark secrets from Crozet's past, and Harry and her posse of pet detectives are determined to sniff them out. Two Silver Linings mentors have been found dead in suspicious circumstances. As if that weren't enough to chill the bones of the locals, a pair of severed human fingers has turned up in a pencil jar in the bookkeeper's office at St. Cyril's church.

What does this grisly display have to do with the mysterious disappearance of Harry's high-school Latin teacher, a quarter of a century ago? Maybe it's nothing; but when the animals make another gruesome discovery in the woods behind Harry's farm, it becomes clear that terrible crimes have been committed in Crozet, and somebody has gone to great lengths to cover them up. It's time to stop shoveling snow and start digging for clues.

Don't Ever Look Back by Daniel Friedman
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In Memphis, Tennessee, eighty-eight-year-old Buck Schatz is reluctantly coming to terms with the fact that he can only move around with the aid of a walker, and his dementia seems to be getting worse.

When one of Buck's long-time foes, a bank-robber named Elijah, comes to Buck looking for protection from mysterious pursuers, Buck wavers. In the end, his desire to cement his legacy by closing out a series of long-unsolved robberies overwhelms his usual antipathy toward doing favors for people he dislikes. Buck agrees to broker Elijah's surrender to the authorities, if Elijah will promise to confess to his long-ago crimes.

Nothing involving Elijah, or Buck, is ever simple, and Elijah's plans for Buck are more sinister than they first appeared.

The Tilted World by Tom Franklin
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In 1927, as rains swell the Mississippi, the river threatens to burst its banks and engulf everything in its path.

In the tiny hamlet of Hobnob, federal agents Ted Ingersoll and Ham Johnson arrive to investigate the disappearance of two fellow agents and find a baby boy abandoned in the middle of a crime scene. Ingersoll finds a home for the infant with local woman Dixie Clay Holliver, unaware that she's the best bootlegger in the county and has many tender and consequential secrets of her own.


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