Spring, 1935 finds the little Alabama town of Darling excited about their new local radio station, WDAR—and about what happened at the Magnolia Manor. And if that’s not enough to keep the tongues wagging, there’s more. Will the ladies at the new bakery ever learn to bake bread? What’s happening in Liz Lacy’s love life? And can Voodoo Lil’s special brand of magic keep Violet Sims from taking Cupcake off to Hollywood to become a Shirley Temple look-alike?
Ruby has a rare gift for seeing things others can’t. But when she tries to look into the secret landscape of her dream, is she seeing what’s real or what’s false? Enter Ruby’s mysterious world in the first book of this masterfully crafted trilogy.
Even music can hold a intriguing mystery. But is Ruby hearing the real song, or something else altogether? And why is Ethan Connors so interested in her psychic gift? Find out, in the second book of this suspenseful trilogy.
Investigative reporter Jessica Nelson brings Ruby a mystery only she can solve, a serial killer whose identity is hidden in an ancient image on the card he leaves at the scene of his crimes. A stunning conclusion to the Crystal Cave trilogy.
It’s Christmas, 1934, and Darling, Alabama, is unwrapping a package of Christmas puzzles. Will the new bakery survive? Will Charlie Dickens learn his wife’s secret? Will the sheriff find out what’s brewing at the prison farm? But Darling folk have courage, respect for their neighbors, and dream of doing their best. There’s nothing puzzling about that!
China and Ruby meet a former resident of Pecan Springs and delve into an intriguing mystery from the long-ago past.
When the Lucky Four Clovers run into a string of bad luck, it looks like the music may have ended for Darling’s favorite barbershop quartet. And while liquor is legal again, moonshine isn’t, And as Sheriff Buddy Norris discovers when he confront Cypress County’s most notorious bootlegger, it helps to have a little luck in your pocket.