The Three Deaths of Magdalene Lynton
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Archangel Down, by C. Gockel
What is the Archangel Project? Commander Noa Sato doesn’t know, but she’s in a prison camp over it anyway—cut off from her neural net and slowly starving to death. Professor James Sinclair can’t remember, but he’s being hunted because of it. And he’s desperate to find Sato. Soon, they’ll be running for their lives, trying to fit the pieces together before someone stops them. Permanently. All they have to go on is an obvious conspiracy and a secret transmission: The archangel is down.
Modern Romance, by Mary Grace O’Brien
Modern Romance is, well, a modern romantic comedy-drama, in the vein of Love Actually. Six lives intertwine, filled with real-life humor and real-life complications, from mortal embarrassment over sexting, to kids and chemotherapy. Through it all, O’Brien reminds us: “Even in love, none are innocent. But especially in love, none are alone.”
The Three Deaths of Magdalene Lynton, by Katherine Hayton
Forty years ago, Magdalene Lynton’s death was ruled an accidental drowning. But now, a man has confessed to her murder. When Maori detective Ngaire Blakes sets out to investigate, she starts to realize that nothing adds up about any of it. And in “the deep shadows of new Zealand,” someone doesn’t want her to find the answers.
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