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    • Flight Before Dawn

    • By: Megan Easley-Walsh
    • Narrated by: Paula Faye Leinweber
    • Length: 11 hrs and 30 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Robberies, a kidnapping, and clandestine night adventures were not at all what Victoire planned for her life. And she most certainly never planned to be betrayed. But war - and love - are unpredictable. Joined by her friend Rainier who is mistrusted by Leal, the mysterious Voleta, and Father Pierre, Victoire and Leal must struggle for survival, the grounds of France, and the material of their souls.

    Regular price: $24.95

    • North Star Home

    • By: Megan Easley-Walsh
    • Narrated by: Robert Anderson
    • Length: 7 hrs and 29 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Ann Scarlet is no thief, but when the Yankee sheriff catches her she might just steal his heart. Ann has a single goal when journeying from her home in Savannah to Red River Rock Falls, Nebraska in 1875: find Whitaker and get back the land deed he stole from her brother. It seems simple enough, until Sheriff Crambert finds her with her hands full of money as she rifles through a pile of land deeds.

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    • What Edward Heard

    • By: Megan Easley-Walsh
    • Narrated by: Robert Anderson
    • Length: 10 hrs and 33 mins
    • Unabridged
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    In Venice in 1566, Francesco paints a portrait of the woman he loves. In 1916, Edward Jamison returns to England from the trenches of the Western Front. Believing that the most life-changing events are behind him, he soon encounters something profoundly more powerful: the portrait of the painted lady. Partly deaf from his injuries in the trenches, he begins to hear the strangest things. But Edward Jamison is not the only person who has become a part of these mysterious happenings. From Renaissance Venice to the French Huguenots settling in England to the American Revolution in Virginia and beyond, the painted lady has touched the lives of many.

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    • If you like turn of the century and I mean the 20 th century novels youlll like this one

    • By Leslie W. on 09-19-18

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