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Denise Weimer to sign her newest suspense novel April 29 at Lakeshore Mall
Book is "Witch," the third installation of The Restoration Trilogy
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Denise Weimer will sign her book ‘Witch’ from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, April 29, in the Books-A-Million at Lakeshore Mall at 150 Pearl Nix Parkway in Gainesville. It is book three of her Restoration Trilogy.

Denise Weimer book signing

When: 1–3 p.m. Saturday, April 29

Where: Books-A-Million at Lakeshore Mall, 150 Pearl Nix Parkway, Gainesville

Cost: Free

More info: deniseweimerbooks.webs.com

Georgia romantic suspense and historical fiction author Denise Weimer celebrates the release of her final book in The Restoration Trilogy, “Witch” with a book signing in Gainesville.

The book signing will be from 1–3 p.m. Saturday, April 29, in the Books-A-Million at Lakeshore Mall at 150 Pearl Nix Parkway in Gainesville.

In this trilogy, Jennifer Rushmore accepts a brooding bachelor’s offer to act as coordinator for the restoration of his family’s historic doctor’s house (White), apothecary (Widow) and log cabin (Witch) in a rural Georgia community. Little does she know it is her own heart that will undergo the greatest renovation.

In “Witch,” Jennifer expects to complete her first preservation job with the simple relocation of a log home. But as her crew reconstructs the 1787 cabin, home to the first Dunham doctor, attacks on those involved throw suspicion on neighbors and friends alike. And while Jennifer has trusted God and Michael with the pain of her past, it appears Michael’s been keeping secrets.

Will she use a dream job offer from Savannah as an escape, or will a haunting tale from a Colonial diary convince her to rely on the faithfulness of his love?

The trilogy involves lessons on the healing of the heart from three different centuries unearthed by the modern characters as they restore each building, and one very dangerous buried mystery. Weimer said the spiritual focus lies in how only God can bring us to wholeness.

The Restoration Trilogy was inspired by Weimer’s parents restoration of the historic Durham doctors’ house and apothecary in Oglethorpe County, Georgia.

“Witch” is available from Canterbury House Publishing  through bookstore chains and Amazon and Barnes & Noble online.

Weimer also is the author of romantic novella Redeeming Grace and The Georgia Gold Series, including “Sautee Shadows,” “The Gray Divide,” “The Crimson Bloom” and “Bright as Gold.” They feature historical romances set in Northeast Georgia and Savannah between Georgia’s Gold Rush and Reconstruction. “Bright as Gold” won the 2015 John Esten Cooke Award for Southern literature.

For more information, visit deniseweimerbooks.webs.com.