NOW THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 29, 2021 – When I Last Saw You

NOW THROUGH SUNDAY AUGUST 29, 2021 – When I Last Saw You

You can purchase a signed copy of this new release at a special Friends & Family discount, and your book comes with some fun swag.

WHEN I LAST SAW YOU Is a powerful southern saga based on a true story… Betrayal and secrets tore her family apart decades ago, now a lonely widow must search for the pieces of her broken childhood.

“Intriguing, heart wrenching, and heartwarming…” Amazon Top Reviewer

Kay Bratt, the International Bestselling author of Wish Me Home says, “Readers will be rooting for Margaret Rose and Eliza Hobbs on this epic journey of life, love, and healing.”

 Linda’s Book Obsession says, “A masterful storyteller, Crosby has written a heartfelt and highly emotional novel that shows us sometimes you have to find your past before you can move on to the future.”

NOW THROUGH AUGUST 8, 2021 – The Twelfth Child

NOW THROUGH AUGUST 8, 2021 – The Twelfth Child

You can purchase a signed copy of this USA Today Bestseller at a Friends & Family price. The Twelfth Child is an uplifting tale about trust, love and friendship.

Abigail Anne Lannigan is a willful young woman determined to overcome the past and survive the future. Leaving the Shenandoah Valley of the early 1900’s behind, she finds a way to persevere in a world of joblessness and speakeasy’s. Now, at the tail end of her years, her best friend is accused of embezzling one million dollars and Abigail is helpless to save her. She knows the truth of what happened, but will never have the chance to tell.

Reminiscent of Fannie Flagg's “Fried Green Tomatoes” the May-December friendship of these two unforgettable women is sure to settle in the soft spot of your heart.

The Twelfth Child, told in the timeless tradition of Southern Fiction, is a novel rich with emotion, humor and tenderness. A Historical Mystery set in the 20th Century, this is a story of love, friendship and one woman’s struggle to survive America's Great Depression.

This Award-Winning book is the recipient of the FPA President’s Book Award Silver Medal and the Royal Palm Literary Award for Women’s Fiction.

SUMMER BOOK TOUR

SUMMER BOOK TOUR

Starting July 15th my newest release When I Last Saw You will be off on an exciting Book Tour. The tour was arranged by Suzy Approved Book Reviews Blog Tours and is set up so that readers will be able to follow along on Instagram, check out the reviews, watch for giveaways, and share their own thoughts. Most of the bloggers participating in the tour are new-to-me readers, so it will no doubt be a month of anticipation as I watch for the reviews to come in.

For more information on the tour – or to check out all the places, where you’ll be able to find me, visit SUZY APPROVED BOOK REVIEWS TOUR PAGE

NEW RELEASE SPECIAL

NEW RELEASE SPECIAL

A powerful southern saga based on a true story… Betrayal and secrets tore her family apart decades ago, now a lonely widow searches for the pieces of her broken childhood.

“There is nothing a mother will not do for her children and Bette Lee Crosby’s latest novel, When I Last Saw You, proves that and more. Inspired by a true story, readers will be rooting for Margaret Rose and Eliza Hobbs as you accompany them on their epic journey of life, love, and healing.” – Kay Bratt, International bestselling author of Wish Me Home

WHEN I LAST SAW YOU

WHEN I LAST SAW YOU

A powerful southern saga based on a true story… Betrayal and secrets tore her family apart decades ago, now a lonely widow must search for the pieces of her broken childhood.

WHEN I LAST SAW YOU

Georgia, 1968 – Margaret Rose McCutcheon has just buried her husband and must now name a beneficiary for their estate in case of her demise. She is hard-pressed to do so because there is no one. No children. No family. At least none to speak of. At one time, she had two sisters and six brothers, but the lot of them were scattered to the four winds, with no one knowing where the others went. In the hope of finding at least one of her siblings, Margaret hires a detective and sets off on a journey to uncover the truth of why the family broke apart as it did.

West Virginia, 1901 – When Eliza Hobbs gives birth to her sixth child, her husband is not there to welcome his daughter into the world. No surprise, because Martin is seldom there. He works in Charleston and returns to Coal Creek only when he has a mind to. Yes, he sends money on occasion, but seldom enough to make ends meet. Although Eliza believes each new child a blessing, he sees them as yet another responsibility on his already overloaded shoulders. When he discovers another child is on the way, he demands she get rid of it.  he stops returning home and there is no more money.

Left with the children, a mountainside patch of land, and a house in sorry need of repair, Eliza seeks help and turns to someone powerful enough to hold sway over Martin and force him into providing for his family. Pushed to the brink, Martin does something unforgivable and the family is forever torn apart.

Now, after all these years, will Margaret be the one to find the pieces of her broken family?

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