Book signing at Jan’s Paperbacks Featuring Paty Jager, Danita Cahill & Anna Brentwood
Jan’s Paperbacks is hosting a multi-author book signing Saturday January 19th from 1 to 4pm featuring local authors Paty Jager, Danita Cahill and Anna Brentwood. All are welcome.
Paty Jager’s most recent release is Spirit of the Sky, the third book in the Spirit series. For more information, visit her website http:// (http://www.janspaperbacks.com/
Summary Spirit of the Sky: To save her from oppression, he must save her whole tribe. To give her his heart, he must desert his career... When the US Army forces the Nimiipuu from their land, Sa-qan, the eagle spirit entrusted with watching over her tribe, steps in to save her mortal niece. Challenging the restrictions of the spirit world, Sa-qan assumes human form and finds an unexpected ally in a handsome cavalry officer. Certain she is a captive, Lt. Wade Watts, a Civil War veteran, tries to help the blonde woman he finds sheltering a Nez Perce child. While her intelligent eyes reveal she understands his language, she refuses his help. But when Wade is wounded, it is the beautiful Sa-qan who tends him. Wade wishes to stop the killing--Sa-
Danita Cahill is the author of Mist. For more information, visit her website http://www.janspaperbacks.com/
Summary Mist: Go about your lives as usual. Use common sense. Be aware of your surroundings.
Easy for the Roseland Police Chief to say. Not so easy for the Roseland community to do. Not when residents of their Oregon coastal town keep vanishing. Who – or what – is snatching citizens? Is it aliens? A serial killer? Or a feral pack of red-eyed dogs? Detective Kevin McCoffey is determined to solve the case.
Young, widowed photographer, Dianne Harris and her infant daughter find themselves face to face with the killers. Kevin races to yank them to safety. But is he too late to save them both?
With help from the ghost of Dianne’s dead grandmother and the town’s fortuneteller, Kevin and Dianne battle their own demons and their shared past history as they rush to pry Dianne’s baby from the killers' grip.
Anna Brentwood is the author of The Songbird with Sapphire Eyes. For more information, visit her website http://www.annabrentwood.com/
Summary The Songbird with Sapphire Eyes: In 1918, Kansas City is Sin City.
Forced to leave home at age fourteen, beautiful Hannah Glidden struggles to survive with help from her childhood friend, Meg, mistress to a wealthy married man and her roommate, the irrepressible, flapper extraordinaire, Rosie, she thrives as a cabaret singer.
The early 20’s roared. Fortunes were made or lost in a single night, and criminals mingled with kings. Neither the government nor Prohibition could stop the flow of alcohol or the lure of the “good life.” Handsome rum runner Johnny Gallo is part of New York's large, growing criminal empire where the sky is the limit. The ruthless Gallo has a knack for knowing the right people, and a single-minded devotion to getting what he wants. And, he wants Hannah.
Hannah goes with Johnny to Al Capone’s Chicago and eventually to Brooklyn, New York. where she basks in the glamorous shadow world of gangsters and their gals. Johnny becomes a force to be reckoned with, but in time the free-spirited Hannah clashes with her controlling lover.
She faces the dark side of her dreams but dares to defy Johnny despite the dangers and unwittingly discovers that for her, dying just might be the only true path to freedom after all.
Refreshments will be available as well as a free gift with the purchase of one or more of the featured authors’ books. The community is invited to join us for an afternoon of fun. For more information, visit http://www.janspaperbacks.com/
Jan’s Paperbacks is an independently owned bookstore specializing in selling and trading paperback books in-store as well as selling new and eBooks through their online store http://www.JansPaperbacks.com. The store has been a staple in the Aloha community for over 30 years.
Visit Jan’s Paperbacks at 18095 SW Tualatin Valley Hwy, Aloha, Oregon 97007, call 503-649-3444, or go online at http://www.JansPaperbacks.com.