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Phillip Groton longs to leave the family business and fulfill his own dreams. Fifteen years of anger and sadness make him feel unworthy of love. His secretary, Elizabeth Winner, cares deeply for Phillip and dreams of Phillip some day loving her in return so they can chase dreams together and solve questions about his mother and Saint Elizabeth’s Mission in Africa. It’s been twenty-five years since his mother died in a yacht explosion. “No bodies found,” authorities reported. Phillip is still haunted by her unique and mysterious eyes. One morning a CD arrives in the mail and changes everything.
The Toy Room
“Lions and tigers and bears! Oh my!” said Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz. The quaint museum has them all – plus, dolls and trains. Bettina values their history and craftsmanship. Tragic, evil-spirited Prissy regards the museum as her personal toy room. Toys begin to disappear and Prissy becomes the prime suspect. Can she steal them from her wheelchair?
Joseph falls to his death down the museum’s spiral staircase. Was it really an accident?
While the museum staff and a detective search for fingerprints and clues, the investigation is halted abruptly by Prissy in her own devious, self-serving way.
The peaceful college town will never be the same. Four college friends drift back to the campus when Bradley Storm, the famous quarterback and campus hero, arrives as the new president. Family estrangements and neglected friendships create chaos in what was once a close group of friends. The new president’s wife, Missy, was killed ten years ago in an unresolved hit and run accident and leaves an empty place in all their lives. But what about her twin brother Doug? They all want to believe the magazine articles about his financial success, but can they trust him when he donates money for new student housing? Where is he? Have any of them seen him or talked to him? His older sister, Susan, and Brad feel their longtime friendship turning into something much deeper while Brad and his brother, Daniel, work hard to resolve their differences for the sake of David, Brad’s 12-year-old son. Tension builds after a student is found dead of a drug overdose. Thaddeus, new police chief, and Jenny, Daniel’s raven-haired companion, go head to head with danger and a drug cartel before resolution begins for everyone.
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A church mouse is a whimsical and lovable character, lending itself to delightful adventures. Such a critter delights the imagination and stimulates fantasy among the most staid clientele of a church. My mouse is no exception. He is the common thread of devotion to a little frame church, which once stood in the Ozark Mountains of southwest Missouri. The Church Mouse That Flew is the tale of my mouse’s adventure as the church and its unseen resident are flown to a new home – by helicopter! The mouse discovers how prayer comforts him during his wild adventure. The story is followed by a guideline for teaching children to pray and create simple personal prayers to share with God.
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Charlie and Jake are friends. When Jake gets hurt Charlie is sad and wants to help Jake. Charlie's owner and the neighborhood children work together to help Charlie feel better until Jake can run and play again.