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Available March 27, 2018

Barbara Wood has done it again!

This is the illustrious New York Times best-selling author's thirtieth novel, and it's wonderful. Wood spins a tale of love, loyalty, and suspense in this alluring tale. Long-time family feuds are exposed and bonds are put to the test. The story is told from both past and present perspectives, which strengthens the sense of wonder as you see the romance and rivalry come to light one piece at a time. Maddie Cothren's cover design features a gorgeous wine country landscape that immediately sets the stage for this tale. See below for information about Barbara Wood.

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From the synopsis: For as long as anyone could remember, the Schallers and the Newmans had been enemies. When the skeletal remains of a victim of foul play are discovered at the Schaller estate, a decades-old feud between the rival winemaking families is reignited and dark secrets begin to see the light of day. Set against the lush backdrop of the rolling hills of California's Central Coast, The New York Times best-selling author Barbara Wood's thirtieth novel is a generation-spanning saga of love, treachery, and bitterly held grudges.

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About Barbara Wood

Barbara Wood was born in Warrington, England.  Together with her parents and older brother, she immigrated to the United States.  She grew up in Southern California and attended Los Angeles Schools.  After high school, Barbara attended the University of California at Santa Barbara but left to train as a surgical technician.  During this time, Barbara held numerous jobs before she sold her first novel in 1976.  To date, Barbara has written 25 books, including three under a pen name.  She is an international best-selling author with books translated into over 30 languages.  The reader is transported to exotic countries that Barbara has meticulously researched to provide her fans with a true sense of the culture and history relevant to each story.  At the heart of every book is a strong independent woman.  Currently, Barbara is busy working on her next story that will, no doubt, showcase an extraordinary heroine in an exciting and intriguing adventure.

Also from Barbara Wood

Barbara Wood's Land of the Afternoon Sun follows a disinherited English baron and a young New York heiress who marry and move West to build an agricultural empire in Palm Springs in the 1920s when it was just a budding town on the edge of the Mojave Desert. It's a saga about ambition on both large and small scales and the rapidly modernizing world as the harsh, sun-drenched landscape transforms from a Native American haven to the playground of Hollywood's rich and famous.

Land of the Afternoon Sun is also the story of a woman finding her own personality and strength in the West against a breathtaking desert landscape that changes constantly and shows its deadly side in poisonous snakes, flash floods and sand storms, with dramatic moments of forbidden romance, reversals, treachery, betrayal and, ultimately, triumphs.

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