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Fresh Pick | VILE by Debra Webb
Fresh Pick / March 31, 2014

Faces of Evil #8 April 2014 On Sale: March 21, 2014 Featuring: Jess Harris ISBN: 0615938140 Kindle: B00H85PR12 e-Book Add to Wish List Suspense, Romance SuspenseBuy at #SuspenseMonday Vile by Debra Webb Deputy Chief Jess Harris knows her time is running out. Somehow she must protect the people she loves and any more innocent victims from the serial killer obsessed with her. Is sacrificing herself the only way to stop this evil? Don’t miss the latest installment of this thrilling series! Excerpt Chapter 1 Sixth Avenue Flower & Gifts Birmingham, Alabama Monday, August 30, 10:30 a.m. Ellen Gentry was mad as hell. She had worked at this floral shop for five years and not once had she called in sick. If her name was on the schedule, she was here—unless, of course, she was in the hospital or the morgue. Apparently, she was the only employee with proper work ethics. Too bad her paycheck didn’t reflect her dedication. She’d had to run around like a chicken with its head chopped off to fill this morning’s orders all by herself. Nearly every one had been for an anniversary—not that she was complaining about that part. Anniversary arrangements were good for…

Spring Fling Gardening Tips and Stories
Author Guest / March 31, 2014

I’ve always loved playing in the dirt and making mudpies … I still do. 😉 Growing up my older brother, two younger sisters, and I were always outside, either helping mom with her vegetable garden or playing. Some of my favorite times were spent at dusk and then just after night started to fall and we’d sit on the patio out back and listen to the raccoons calling to one another. We’d be really quiet and watch for them to come out of hiding. There was this really big branch that hung straight out over mom’s garden, that a big old raccoon used to lie on as if he was waiting for something to happen. Little did we realize that he was waiting for the veggies to get big enough for him to eat! One morning we heard our Mom scolding something, we ran outside and she was holding up an eggplant and a couple of cucumbers for us to see the claw marks and bites the rascally raccoon had taken out of her prized vegetables. We thought it was hilarious … Mom didn’t. 😉 When my darling hubby and I moved into our house 32 years ago, the front…