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Don't Look Back Keeps the Pages Turning Forward

As romantic suspense novels go, Don't Look Back will keep the pages turning, not to mention your stomach. Balancing skilled action writing with quality characterization is difficult for many writers, but Lynette Eason does both well.

Ten Books for the Christmas Season

There is something truly magical about Christmas stories. So, this holiday season don't miss the chance to share a family moment with these ten wonderful books.

Story Flows in Chris Fabry's Almost Heaven

Chris Fabry is a talented writer with a lilting flow to his words. Billy's speech pattern sounds authentically "country." Readers will enjoy Billy's train of thought, his perspective on life, as much as they will sympathize with the immense hardship he must endure.

Profound Conclusions Reached on a Different Kind of Snow Day

Never mind that Peter packs more into his snow day than seems possible. Never mind that he comes to an astonishing number of profound conclusions. The simple, personal way in which Billy Coffey conveys Peter's thoughts will capture your attention and make you think about what truths you might need to ponder.

"He's to Blame" for Bringing The Voyage of the Dawn Treader to Film

When describing his role as executive producer of the latest entry in The Chronicles of Narnia film franchise, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Douglas Gresham sums it up simply with three words: "He's to blame."

  • Laura MacCorkle |
  • November 22, 2010 |
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Questions of Love Guide The Charlatan's Boy

What does it mean to be "Loved"? Is it the sense of affirmation we receive from another person, or is it something more? Questions like these help guide readers through The Charlatan's Boy, a young adult novel by author Jonathan Rogers.

Catching Moondrops Brings Tears, Laughter and Reflection

Catching Moondrops will bring you to tears, move you to laughter, and cause you to reflect on your own heart. The only thing that could make this book better is to read the first two books in Jennifer Erin Valent's series beforehand.

Dad Cents

Do you want your children to know more about financial matters than you did when you left home? Most dads will answer, "Of course!" Author and financial consultant Shane Barkley has written Dad Cents to help fellow fathers by sharing biblical truths along with practical tools to give them the ability to teach their children biblical principles of money. Read an excerpt.

Good and Evil Come Together in Immanuel's Veins

Ted Dekker, known for best-selling thrillers and fantasies, excels in creatively communicating his perspective on truth, love, and beauty. He acknowledges the potential controversy Immanuel's Veins may stir, saying, "This is a story for everyone, but not everyone is for this story."

Almost Heaven

Billy Allman is a hillbilly genius. People in Dogwood, West Virginia, say he was born with a second helping of brains and a gift for playing the mandolin but was cut short on social skills. Read more from an excerpt of Chris Fabry's Almost Heaven.

Can Vampires be Saved? Tandem Seems to Think So.

At first blush, Tandem is a contradiction in terms: "a vampire tale with an inspirational message"? After reading it, I'm still at a bit of a loss to describe it. It's not what I'd call a story of redemption and seems a bit tame for a tale about the blood-sucking undead.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • November 02, 2010 |
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A Christian Perspective on Horror in Movies & Culture

Why is there a massive industry dedicated to the production of fear for pleasure? Scary movies, haunted houses on Halloween, and horror novels combine to make a multibillion dollar economic powerhouse. How should Christians engage in and process this phenomenon?

Stephen Lawhead: Only He Knows Where The Skin Map Leads

Reading and ley lines: what do they have in common? Both, it is argued, can be pathways to "different worlds." But in Stephen Lawhead's newest novel, The Skin Map, this is doubly true.

Catching Moondrops

Jessilyn Lassiter no longer has to convince people she's not a child. Having just turned 19 in the summer of 1938, her love for Luke Talley has never been more real. And Luke is finally beginning to care for her in the way she's always dreamed of. Read more from an excerpt of Jennifer Erin Valent's Catching Moondrops.

  • Jennifer Erin Valent |
  • October 27, 2010 |
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Action-Packed Judgment Day Proves Too Shallow

Those looking for a fast, entertaining suspense novel will enjoy Wanda Dyson’s latest, Judgment Day. But readers seeking more comprehensively written characters and stronger writing overall should look elsewhere.

How Many Versions of the Bible do We Really Need?

Some Christian scholars wonder whether too much Bible can sometimes be a bad thing, as major new translations and waves of books marking the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible inundate the market this fall.

Between a Rock and a Grace Place

From best-selling author Carol Kent comes a riveting journey of facing the impassible obstacles of life and discovering the last thing ever expected—the sweet spot of grace. Read an excerpt from Between a Rock and a Grace Place.

The Twelfth Imam

As the apocalyptic leaders of Iran call for the annihilation of Israel and the U.S., CIA operative David Shirazi is sent into Tehran with one objective: use all means necessary to disrupt Iran’s nuclear weapons program, without leaving American fingerprints and without triggering a regional war. Read more from Joel Rosenberg's The Twelfth Imam.

Go Inside the Voyage of the Dawn Treader with Author Devin Brown

C.S. Lewis scholar - and huge Narnia fan - Dr. Devin Brown talks with about the surprising changes in the Prince Caspian film, C.S. Lewis's lasting appeal, and what the upcoming film absolutely can't omit.

  • Katherine Britton |
  • October 18, 2010 |
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The Six-Liter Club is a Story Out of Time

The Six-Liter Club is the fictional story of Camille Weller, the first African-American and female surgeon hired in the Emergency Room of the Medical College of Virginia. In the 1980s, this would have been a big deal. Now, not so much. Unfortunately, there's nothing in the story that gives us a sense of the eighties, which gave the whole story a feeling of déjà vu.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • October 18, 2010 |
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