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Meg Moseley


Meg Moseley

As a little girl in California, Meg Moseley used to pretend she was a novelist while she pounded the keys of her grandmother’s typewriter. Now the author of THE STILLNESS OF CHIMES, GONE SOUTH, and WHEN SPARROWS FALL, Meg lives with her husband near Atlanta and never stops dreaming up ideas for contemporary fiction.

Books by Meg Moseley

by Rachel Hauck, Meg Moseley, and Lenora Worth - Fiction, Love & Marriage, Romance

From three authors --- Rachel Hauck, Meg Moseley and Lenora Worth --- comes three separate romances, three separate marriages and three separate stories in SPRING BRIDES: Three Novellas. There's a wedding for March, April and May, and the honor of your presence is requested at each one of them.

by Meg Moseley - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction

When teacher Laura Gantt comes home to settle her recently deceased mother’s household, she encounters a swirl of rumors about the father she lost to the lake 12 years ago --- that he has reportedly been seen around town. Life-long friend and former beau Sean Halloran wants nothing more than to protect Laura from the far-fetched stories of Elliott’s resurrection, but he has his own reasons --- troubling echoes from his childhood --- to put Elliott’s disappearance to rest.

by Meg Moseley - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction, Romance

An opportunity to buy her great-great-great-grandparents’ Civil War era home beckons Tish McComb to Noble, Alabama. When Tish discovers that McCombs aren’t welcome in town, she feels like a Yankee behind enemy lines. Only local antiques dealer George Zorbas seems willing to give her a chance. What’s a lonely outcast to do but take in Noble’s resident prodigal, Melanie Hamilton, and hope that the two can find some much needed acceptance in each other.