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Rhobin Lee Courtright
Attended Michigan State University
Lives in Luther, Michigan
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Opal's Faith
By Agnes Alexander Historical Western Romance 364 pages Cover art by Trisha FitzGerald Nineteen-year-old Opal Barnett never dreamed that leaving her home in Memphis, Tennessee to settle on a ranch that her father had inherited near the little town of Wildwe...
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Deadly Bayou
By A. C. Mason Mystery/Crime, 357 pages Cover art by Trisha FitzGerald Blurb : Cypress Lake Chief of
Police Jim Foret is found critically wounded near the place his father
committed suicide and dies later at the hospital. Evidence at the scene
suggests his ...
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Membership is open to anyone interested in club objectives. Prospective members are encouraged to attend at least two meetings prior to joining so that they may become aware of how active we are in the community and within our club. Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 7 PM.
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Dreams And Bones by
Dorothy Bodoin Cozy Mystery, 386 pages Cover art by Pat Evans Blurb: Things haven’t been the same for the Lakeville Collie Rescue League since the
murder of founder and president Terra Roman. Now they’re faced with a possible
lawsuit, th...
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A Home for Old Ladies
By Kev Richardson Contemporary Romance, 416 pages Cover art by Trisha FitzGerald Blurb: A loving couple chooses a derelict old Hospital to turn into a
family home. Stanford Lodge had a proud past. Its heritage must be preserved. Guts and dreams in satisfyin...
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Enjoyed reading everyone's comments on heroes, lots of diversity and yet they share characteristics, too. Thanks for reading my post and commenting.
Another Round-Robin (#rndrbn214) topic. Until I started writing this post, I thought I knew what I liked in heroes: strong, silent types, intelligent men who appreciate a woman and allow her the freedom to shine and be hersel...
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A Ghost of Gunfire
By Dorothy Bodoin Cozy Mystery, 392 pages Cover art by Pat Evans Months after gunfire erupted in her classroom, leaving one student dead and another wounded, Jennet Ferguson begins to hear mysterious gunshots inaudible to anyone else. While Jennet fears she...
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A Scent of Almond
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Richard Whitten Barnes Mystery/Crime, 302 pages Cover art by Trisha FitzGerald Blurb: A serial killer at large. Detective Andy Blake’s life couldn’t have been better. Her love life with Grant
Stacey is on track, and she is happy in her new job with the O...
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Blood Brothers
By Shari Rood Suspense/Thriller - 341 pages Cover art by Trisha FitzGerald Blurb: Henry Peterson is trying to change his ways. After his escape from the nightmare he created in Virginia, he is turning over a new leaf in Florida. He meets the vivacious Shelb...
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 A repost of my topic on the Writer's Vineyard According to research published last April, the National Institute of Literacy (part of U.S. Department of Education) reported that 19% of students graduating from U.S. schools c...
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400 Years Between Stars
By Benjamin F. Jones Futuristic/Sci-Fi, 414 pages Cover art by Richard Stroud Blurb: Reaching the planet’s surface, Dyandra is horrified to discover
that only half of the crew touched down. The rest are trapped in space by a
mutiny. With inadequate provisio...
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Man's Greatest Technology... The Beginning
Have you ever wondered when writing started, when man first began making marks on surfaces? If making marks was the beginning, then surely writing even in the guise of art is man's oldest, most valuable technology. More importantly, writing led to all of ou...
Have you ever wondered when writing started, when man first began making marks on surfaces? If making marks was the beginning, then surely writing even in the guise of art is man's oldest, most valuable technology. More impor...
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Education
  • Michigan State University
    Art, Art History, History
  • Lindenwood University
    1989
    Communications
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