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All the Lost Places

by Karen Rigby

In Amanda Dykes’s mesmerizing historical novel "All the Lost Places", a California man travels to Venice, where he confronts the mysteries around a fabled book. In 1807, Sebastien was set afloat in a canal. He was discovered by an... Read More

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3 1/2 Years

by Karen Rigby

In an eerie world in radical need of course correction, a Christian convert stands up against a man bent on world domination in this apocalyptic thriller. In Jeremy Jones’s apocalyptic thriller 3 ½ Years, a recent Christian convert is... Read More

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Drawn in Ash

by Vivian Turnbull

"Drawn in Ash" is an exciting science fiction and fantasy tale whose heroine’s struggles reflect the eternal importance of cultural respect and tolerance. A blend of science fiction and fantasy, John W. Otte’s novel "Drawn in Ash"... Read More

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The Orchard

by John M. Murray

An unassuming fruit orchard holds the promise of a peaceful future for a hardworking Amish family in Beverly Lewis’s novel "The Orchard". Ellie values her faith and her family, but tending to a generations-old peach and apple orchard... Read More

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The Opera Sisters

by Karen Rigby

Driven by their convictions and their passion for music, two English sisters provide aid to German Jewish families in Marianne Monson’s kaleidoscopic historical novel "The Opera Sisters". In the 1930s, Ida and Louise are typists in... Read More

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Come Down Somewhere

by Karen Rigby

Jennifer L. Wright’s intelligent and arresting historical novel focuses on two girls who witness the atomic bomb test in New Mexico. In 1944, the US Army claims Olive’s family ranch through eminent domain. Against her will, she’s... Read More

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