The family he was supposed to have…
His runaway bride is back…
The last person Gabriel Lawson expects to find in town is Rachel Marshall—especially with twin toddlers in tow. Gabriel refuses to risk his heart again on the woman who left him at the altar years ago. But working to renovate her mother’s house means he must spend time with Rachel and her adorable twins…and soon he can’t help but wish they were his family.
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In the second book of the Remington Mansion Mystery series, time travelers Josie Matthews and David Remington visit 1936 Hollywood to fight Nazi influence in Los Angeles.
When Josie Matthews accidentally traveled back to a house party in 1929, little did she know she was changing history for the worse. It was only after returning to modern-day Oregon that she realized she had inadvertently prolonged World War II. She and her husband, David Remington, must now go back to correct history, being careful not to change anything again.
In 1936 they reunite with friends, including actor Kurt Franklin whose new German girlfriend may be a Nazi spy. As Hollywood studios court the German film market and local communists clash with the Los Angeles chapter of the Hitler Youth, associates of Josie and David are killed by the Tinseltown Murderer — and all signs point to the fact it’s someone they know. Josie and David have to fix history without becoming the Tinseltown Murderer’s next victims.
Set in a fascinating period of real-life Los Angeles, THE TINSELTOWN MURDERER is a fictional story of crime, friendship and the perfect martini, during Hollywood’s golden age.
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Publisher: Who Chains You Books
Listed by Kirkus Review as one of the one hundred best indy books of 2019. A magical realism/dystopian story set in the near future against a background of climate change. Bobby Fallon is half human, half forest spirit of the wild hare clan—a trickster—and he’s pissed off. His best friend Arne is in jail, and he has to somehow find the money for bail. Bobby doesn’t realize that his efforts at fundraising, legal and illegal, would set off a cascade of events that would put his life at risk.
“A wrenching, complex novel that any fantasy fan would do well to pick up.” – Kirkus Review
“When you fight a violent and mean enemy, it’s difficult not to become violent and mean yourself,” an old friend advised Bobby Fallon.
Bobby is a trickster—half human, half nature spirit of the wild hare clan. He is also the guardian of a remnant of old growth forest near a small town in northern Wisconsin. He lives a marginal existence as a card shark, shoplifter, and small time criminal while participating in the secret culture of the forest spirits. His small town life is thrown into danger when his efforts to get his friend Arne out of jail spiral out of control. Set in the near future against a background of climate change, Wild Hare is a dystopian/magical realism novel with undertones of political commentary.
About the Author
Laura Koerber is an author and artist. She lives on an island in Puget Sound with her husband, cat, and dogs. When not writing or drawing, she volunteers at a cat rescue, goes sailing, and enjoys her flower garden. She received her MA from the University of Washington and her BA from the University of Iowa. She her first book, The Dog Thief was listed by Kirkus Review their 100 Best Indy Books list. Her magical realism novel, The Eclipse Dancer, won an Honorable Mention from Readers’ Views.