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HEART SOUL & ROCK 'N' ROLL By Janet R. Stafford
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Lindsay Mitchell has hit forty – and hit it hard. Although she has a fulfilling vocation as an assistant minister at a central New Jersey church, she now finds herself wondering what the next... More > twenty years of her life will be like. In particular, she looks fondly back on the good old days with her college band, the Poison Pen Society. “I just want to rock one more time before I die,” she tells friends Sue and Patti. Someone must have been listening. When Patti invites Lins to spend her vacation at Point Pleasant Beach she meets Neil Gardner, front man for the Grim Reapers – and Neil is looking for a new female lead singer. But agnostic Neil and his complicated, messy life might just be more change than Lins has bargained for.< Less
The Enlistment: A Frankie Blaine Story By Janet R. Stafford
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It is August of 1862 and sixteen-year-old Frances “Frankie” Blaine learns that her beau, Patrick, will be enlisting in the Army. In the flush of first love, Frankie wants to be by his... More > side. She also wonders why she can’t enlist and fight in the war too. Since no one seems able to give her a rational explanation other than that she can’t because she is a girl, Frankie comes up with a plan. But it backfires and thrusts her into a world that she didn’t expect and from which she learns some large lessons.< Less
The Dundee Cake: A Saint Maggie Short Story By Janet R. Stafford
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In this gentle prequel to the Saint Maggie Series, it is 1852 and widow Maggie Blaine is finding scant joy in Christmas. Having lost her husband nearly three years earlier and her much-loved Aunt... More > Letty that year, she struggles to maintain the boarding house and feed and care for those who live in it. Finally, she hires a woman named Emily Johnson to help her. Even though Maggie is white and Emily is black, the two women become friends. When Emily and her husband Nate suffer a disaster, the financially-challenged Maggie is determined to find a way to help them.< Less
Saint Maggie By Janet R. Stafford
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Maggie, a widow with two teenage daughters, runs a rooming house smack dab on the town square. In 1860, this makes her a social outcast – boarding houses are hardly respectable. And her... More > collection of eclectic boarders – a failed aging writer, an undertaker’s apprentice, a struggling young lawyer, and an old Irishman – only brings her snubs and snide comments, as does her friendship with Emily and Nate, an African-American couple with whom she shares her home and chores. So Maggie is stunned when she is asked to provide a room for Jeremiah Madison, the new and very gifted Methodist minister. He may be able to revive the little church she attends and provide her boarding house with some badly-needed respectability. But Jeremiah comes with secrets that will change Maggie, her friends, and her town forever. (Based on an historical event.)< Less
A Time to Heal: Saint Maggie Series Book #3 By Janet R. Stafford
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In 1863, Maggie Blaine Smith writes in her journal: “It seems to me that this time after the storm of battle has been a waiting time, a time of recovery. We did not know where we would be led... More > next. We did not know when or if change would happen.” Set in the months immediately after the Battle of Gettysburg, A TIME TO HEAL continues the saga of Maggie Smith and her unconventional family. Maggie’s daughters and friends stay in Gettysburg to care for a houseful of wounded soldiers who are still lodged in their house. Because Maggie and her friend Emily Johnson were traumatized during the battle, and because Maggie is pregnant, their husbands Eli and Nate move them to a more peaceful location about seven miles north of Gettysburg. All are hoping and praying for healing and a return to normal life, but an act of compassion has unintended consequences and puts Eli in jeopardy.< Less
Seeing the Elephant: Saint Maggie Series Book 4 By Janet R. Stafford
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Maggie and her unconventional family have seen the elephant in more ways than they thought possible. But now they are back in their hometown of Blaineton and things are looking up. Maggie’s... More > husband Eli is Editor-in-Chief of The Register, the town’s newspaper. Nate Johnson has re-established his carpentry business, and wife Emily is selling home-baked goods at the local bakery. But Blaineton is not the same. An insane asylum has opened its doors north of town. A woolen mill and army uniform factory are doing business to the south. And a wealthy industrialist by the name of Josiah Norton seeks to change the the once sleepy burg. Old struggles are still with them, too. Maggie worries Eli's increasing nightmares as she cares for a new baby and edits articles for the Register. She and Emily find it difficult keeping up an enormous house. And Maggie’s daughter Frankie has accepted a job offer at the Western New Jersey Hospital for the Insane. Life may not be as peaceful as they are hoping.< Less
The Christmas Eve Visitor: A Saint Maggie Short Story By Janet R. Stafford
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Sometimes miracles happen when you expect them least but need them most. It is Christmas Eve of 1863. As a snow storm howls out-side, Maggie and her family care for their three youngest members, all... More > of whom are seriously ill. A knock at the door brings an unanticipated interruption in the form of an odd little peddler. Despite her anxiety over the children, Maggie invites the stranger in and feeds him supper, an act of kindness that has an impact on her entire family.< Less
The Great Central Fair: A Saint Maggie Story By Janet R. Stafford
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It is 1864 and romance is in the air for Maggie Blaine Smith’s daughters when Sergeant Patrick McCoy and Captain Philip Frost make a surprise visit to Blaineton, New Jersey on their way to... More > their new posts at Mower General Hospital, Philadelphia. It is obvious that eighteen-year-old Frankie will marry Patrick. But when? Maggie is hoping and praying that it will not happen for a while. Meanwhile, Maggie’s husband Eli Smith is on a campaign to protect his stepdaughter’s chastity, something both Frankie and Patrick find intrusive. And yet, neither Maggie nor Eli has any concerns about Lydia. She is the sensible one, the one who never does anything impulsively. And she is an adult – nearly twenty-two years of age – and still in mourning for her late husband, Edgar Lape. Philip Frost is a friend from their days in Gettysburg with whom she has been corresponding for under a year. Nothing to see here. But a visit Philadelphia and the Great Central Fair bring about surprises for everyone.< Less

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