The River Bend Quartet

The River Bend Quartet

by Renee Kumor

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Renee Kumor enthralls readers of her popular romance series -- The River Bend Chronicles -- drawing them into the lives and loves of the inhabitants of this all-too-familiar small town.
In the first book -- Small Town Secrets -- Kumor introduced us to Lynn Powers, a newcomer to town, and local police detective Dusty Reid. Then she tossed in some more fascinating characters, three murders, and a marriage. In the second entry -- Taking A Chance -- we followed the beginnings of the romance between Lynn and Dusty. In the third book -- 'Tis the Season -- we celebrated the holidays with Lynn and her teenage son, as Dusty uncovered a series of events that mirrored the death of Lynn's husband two years earlier. And in the fourth book -- An Act of Charity -- Lynn Powers and Dusty Reid have broken off their engagement to the consternation of both families. But then Lynn gets drawn into a murder that requires Dusty's intervention.
Now you can get all four at once in this new anthology The River Bend Quartet. This special bundle is a huge savings of 37% off the individual ebooks price (making them less than $2.50 each).

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151469005
Publisher: Absolutely Amazing Ebooks
Publication date: 04/26/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Renee Kumor has lived in North Carolina for over thirty years. The setting for the River Bend Chronicles series reflects her early life in Ohio and her later years in western North Carolina. She was a stay-at-home mom for several years developing a personal ethic of community service. Through the years as her children aged, she became active in the political and non-profit life of the community. She began writing a political opinion column for the local newspaper, but retired from writing when she announced her candidacy for local political office. After eight years as a county commissioner, she returned to non-profit service and began writing a monthly column for the newspaper on non-profit management and service issues. Renee has been married to her husband for forty-four years. They have four children and four grandchildren.

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