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Jasmine works for a talent agent so tyrannical she’s looking forward to the day she can quit when she enters the office and finds him dead on the floor. That narcissistic agent is one of the most hated characters on Broadway, and it’s not really a surprise that he finally got stabbed in the back. In shock, young Jasmine is astonished to find out that the boss she couldn’t abide left her the agency, and everything else he owned, in his latest, newly revised will. The co-workers he bypassed are furious, the actors he worked with are not really sorry he’s dead, and the police are stumped. In a menacing theatrical environment that exists beneath the veneer of a glamourous industry, where so many people are not who they pretend to be, can Jasmine find out whodunit?
An ominous cloud full of questions has hung over Bethany Barrows' dysfunctional family ever since her little cousin Ashley was abducted from their eccentric Jersey Shore neighborhood in 1988. It's part of a series of unsolved crimes against children. Now, in March 2020, as Covid-19 is starting to disrupt the whole country, Bethany, the last of the Barrows, is back at the shore to close up her late uncle's house. Uncle Ryan was a kindhearted detective who never stopped searching for a solution to the crime that robbed him of his daughter and Bethany is astounded to find what looks like a viable lead while sorting through his possessions. Could it be? Is this the answer she's always been waiting for, and did the old family cold case just turn marvelously hot?
A woman who has been haunted for twenty-one years by the emotional abuse she endured at a now-defunct private school is enlisted by her cousin the police detective to help solve who is murdering the adults who made certain children's lives almost unbearable way back when.
An Award Finalist in the American Fiction Awards of 2022. An abandoned little girl in foster care finds out she's really a missing child who was stolen along with a car. But how did that happen in the first place?
Another Award Finalist in the American Fiction Awards, this time for 2019. A gutsy Seattle girl's life is disrupted by Pearl Harbor and World War II, but even when other Americans have turned against their Japanese neighbors and friends, she stays true to her best buddy, Emi, and holds on tight to her ideals and her dreams.
The first full biography of Rose Thompson Hovick, mother of stars "Baby" June Havoc and Gypsy Rose Lee, whose colorful parenting style inspired the Broadway musical GYPSY. Published by University Press of Mississippi.
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