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if she can trust him completely . . . Then one
day, Olivia receives a phone call: Lily is dead,
and Asher is being questioned by the police.
Olivia is adamant that her son is innocent. But
she would be lying if she didn’t acknowledge
the flashes of his father’s temper in him, and
as the case against him unfolds, she realizes
he’s hidden more than he’s shared with her.
THE HOLLOW KIND
By Andy Davidson
Nellie Gardner is looking for a way out of an
abusive marriage when she learns that her
long-lost grandfather, August Redfern, has
willed her his turpentine estate. She throws
everything she can think of in a bag and flees
to Georgia with her eleven-year-old son,
Max, in tow. It turns out that the estate is a
decrepit farmhouse on a thousand acres of
old pine forest, but Nellie is thrilled about the
chance for a fresh start for her and Max, and
a chance for the happy home she never had.
So it takes her a while to notice the strange
scratching in the walls, the faint whispering
at night, how the forest is eerily quiet. But
Max sees what his mother can’t: They’re
no safer here than they had been in South
Carolina. In fact, things might even be worse.
There’s something wrong with Redfern Hill.
Something lurks beneath the soil, ancient and
hungry, with the power to corrupt hearts and
destroy souls. It is the true legacy of Redfern
Hill: a kingdom of grief and death, to which
Nellie’s own blood has granted her the key.
CRADLES OF THE REICH
By Jennifer Coburn
At Heim Hochland, a Nazi breeding home in
Bavaria, three women’s fates are irrevocably
intertwined. Gundi is a pregnant university
student from Berlin. An Aryan beauty, she’s
secretly a member of a resistance group.
Hilde, only eighteen, is a true believer in
the cause and is thrilled to carry a Nazi
ocial’s child. And Irma, a 44-year-old nurse,
is desperate to build a new life for herself
after personal devastation. All three have
everything to lose. Based on untold historical
events, this novel brings us intimately inside
the Lebensborn Society maternity homes that
actually existed in several countries during
World War II, where thousands of “racially
fit” babies were bred and taken from their
mothers to be raised as part of the new
Germany. But it proves that in a dark period
of history, the connections women forge can
carry us through, even driving us to heroism
we didn’t know we had within us.
SEPTEMBER 2022 | COBB LIFE 57