From the author of A Tailor's Needle and other works, comes a  witty story collection that will transport you to India from the comfort of your seat.

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The final volume of the Normal Family Trilogy brings the family together for Henry's 80th birthday on a remote New England island, with a hurricane looming. Will they survive this latest storm?

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This exciting historical novel brings to life the Chinese court of Zhu Di, the Yong Le Emperor, who reigned from 1403-1424 and made China a world power.

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A fertility doctor who plays God, a mother and daughter locked down miles apart during COVID-19, two entertaining novellas in this sparkling debut. GO TO TITLE PAGE . . . 

It's 1967 in Iowa as Vietnam, drugs, and corporate farming take a toll on rural America. A novel about love and evil and a young man's coming of age. GO TO TITLE PAGE . . . 

We pick up the Normal Family saga with more amusing and tragic events involving the entire  family as Henry reaches middle age. Volume Two.

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Beautifully written  stories featuring an oddball cast  of amusing characters that will stay with you long after you finish reading.

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Three generations of women come to terms with a murder in the family that changed everything in this debut novel from the author of Birds of Wonder.

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An alleged miracle at a corrupt nursing home gives new hope to a struggling Iraq war veteran in this philosophical novel filled with pathos and humor.

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A married woman must choose between love and family duty in this modern morality tale featuring beautiful writing.

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An eccentric family comes unglued over the holidays in this coming-of-age saga, with tender moments surrounded by hilarity. Volume One.

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From the author of One Night Two Souls Went Walking, Thanksgiving serves up history in an entertaining way. One house. One family. 350 years.

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The Publerati Collection . . .

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