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The Chaplain

by Claire Foster

In the historical novel "The Chaplain", a man moves from seminary to shepherding his own congregation, always maintaining his sense of faith. In Norbert Huber’s historical novel "The Chaplain", a Civil War minister refuses to choose... Read More

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Roots of Wood and Stone

by Karen Rigby

In Amanda Wen’s sensitive Christian novel Roots of Wood and Stone, a nineteenth-century diary draws a Kansas pair closer as they unearth personal pains. Sloane, the curator of the Sedgwick County Museum of History, is an adoptee, drawn... Read More

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All That We Carried

by Jill Beauchamp

In Erin Bartels’s novel "All That We Carried", two sisters undertake a hiking trip that’s fraught with perils. The Greene sisters have been estranged for a decade, ever since their parents were killed in an automobile accident and... Read More

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The Orchard House

by Karen Rigby

Heidi Chiavaroli’s novel "The Orchard House" is a tribute to Louisa May Alcott, whose historic home and writing speak to women’s need for refuge. When she was a teenager, Taylor was adopted by the Bennett family, whose kindness she... Read More

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A Man of Colours

by Edith Wairimu

Historical and religious intrigues combine in "A Man of Colours", a thriller in which the Knights Templar confront prophecies about world events. Religious groups struggle to gain possession of an ancient scroll whose contents could... Read More

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Manchester Christmas

by Claire Foster

Stuffed to the seams with wholesome holiday cheer, "Manchester Christmas" is an adorable Christian romance set in a snow globe-worthy small town in Vermont. At the beginning of the fall, Chase, a cute-as-a-button writer, drives her... Read More

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