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Book Cover Image: Title: Back on Blossom Street, Author: Debbie Macomber Buy It

Without dropping a stitch, Debbie Macomber extends her Blossom Street series with this third heartwarming entry, set around a class at A Good Yarn, where a small group of women also work through critical turning points in their lives. The class specializes in prayer shawls (patterns and instruction included), which are designed to give emotional comfort, much like Macomber's books.

There's Lydia, the proprietor of the store along with her sister, Margaret. Their mother is failing, and for once, Lydia is not the first to notice. Margaret's daughter, Julia, becomes the victim of a carjacking, but it's the aftermath that seems the hardest -- neither Margaret nor Julia can deal with it. Susannah Nelson, who has just opened the flower shop next door, is a new entry to the class, as is her young helper, Colette Blake. Colette's husband was killed a year ago; now she's fighting her attraction to an ex-boss with a mysterious (or is it criminal?) connection to China. Last, there's Alix Towsend, who can't believe she's going to marry Jordan Turner, the local pastor, but her future mother-in-law's plans for a very big wedding are giving her second thoughts.

Bolstered by the group, these women work through their various issues, with a few changes of heart and some mysteries uncovered by the final page.

About the Author

Author Photo: Debbie Macomber

With more than 60 million copies of her books sold to date, New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber is a leading voice in women's fiction. She demonstrates an almost uncanny ability to see into the souls of women and to express their emotions, values and concerns.

Debbie's 44 Cranberry Point, the fourth book in her Cedar Cove series set in a town modeled after her own hometown of Port Orchard, Washington, was voted winner of the first national "readers' choice" Quill Award for romance fiction in 2005. Her heartwarming novels about women who bond through knitting -- A Good Yarn, The Shop on Blossom Street, and now Back on Blossom Street -- have earned her a loyal following around the world.

In addition to writing bestselling books, Debbie is a national board member for Warm Up, America!, an organization that provides knitted and crocheted afghans for the needy. And she serves on the national advisory board for Guideposts magazine, for which she writes devotionals. She is also involved with several local charities. She lives in Washington state and in Florida.

For more information on Debbie, please check out her Web site at Debbie

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