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Freedom’s Stand Educates, Entertains

J.M. Windle delivers her trademark educating through entertainment with the sequel to 2009's Veiled Freedom in Freedom’s Stand.

Chasing Sunsets Leads to Lessons Learned

Spending weeks in a cottage on beautiful Cedar Key could be a fabulous vacation. But to Kimberly Tucker, it's a chore.

Wingfeather Saga Continues with Monster

The Monster in the Hollows is the third of four books in the Wingfeather Saga, and the first of the series to be released by Rabbit Room Press, an extension of the Rabbit Room Web site.

Romantic Suspense Found in A Killer Among Us

While A Killer Among Us stands on its own, most readers will probably want to take in the rest of the Women of Justice series as well for the pleasure of getting to know the whole family.

Desert Gift is One of John’s Finest

A three-time Christy Award finalist and the author of fifteen-plus novels, Sally John’s keen insight into the complexities of marriage and personal identity make Desert Gift one of her finest works.

Clipston’s Roadside Assistance Hums Along

Roadside Assistance hums along like a well-oiled machine. This is Amy Clipston’s first young adult novel, but she’s a seasoned author with a best-selling Amish fiction series to her credit.

Coble Delights with Final Mercy Falls Installment

Author Colleen Coble continues to delight with The Lightkeeper’s Ball, the final installment of the Mercy Falls series, in which she pairs believable characters with suspenseful situations.

Insight Offers That and Redemption, Too

Insight has a wonderful period feel to it. It is, as advertised, “a moving story of compassion and cruelty, laughter and heartache, faith and redemption.”

False Witness a Twisty, Convoluted Tale

Fans of suspenseful legal thrillers will inhale the twisty, convoluted tale of Randy Singer’s False Witness involving the witness protection program, Chinese mafia and missionary work in India.

My Foolish Heart Has Everyday Problems

My Foolish Heart is a delightful visit to a charming town populated by real people who face everyday problems. It’s a story reminiscent of Steel Magnolias, but with a personality and charm all its own.

Gifted Storytelling Continues in Indelible

In Indelible, gifted storyteller Kristen Heitzmann captures the reader’s emotions and attention with gripping action scenes combined with unforgettable characters.

Ancient Themes, Modern Story Told in 40

Travis Thrasher’s 40 is Ecclesiastes for the iPod generation, unafraid to ask the big questions and package them inside a creepy what-if-you-knew-you-were-going-to-die yarn.

Forgiveness, Hope Found in The Deepest Waters

Dan Walsh requires us to consider deeper issues than mere life and death—such as, how does a survivor move on? Or, what roles do forgiveness and hope play in our relationships?

Hardboiled Corruptible Has a Soft Heart

The Corruptible is a funny, action-packed, well-crafted mystery with interesting characters on an authentic spiritual journey, and very bad guys who get a well-deserved comeuppance in the end.

Quirky Characters Entertain in The Last Martin

Jonathan Friesen has created an entertaining story with memorable, quirky characters. They are just weird enough to be hysterical while still retaining believability.

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  • April 25, 2011 |
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Bathsheba a New Take on an Old Story

The final chapter of Jill Eileen Smith’s Wives of King David series brings the story of David and Bathsheba to life in a beautifully researched page-turner of a novel.

Dekker Explores in The Priest’s Graveyard

A psychological thriller exploring justice, ethics, forgiveness, and the consequences of violence inside a twist-laden maze, The Priest’s Graveyard is Ted Dekker at his finest.

Springtime Doesn’t Quite Bloom into Love

Maureen Lang’s Springtime of the Spirit has the potential to be a fascinating story. Unfortunately, there’s an awful lot of philosophizing and not a lot of action.

Sacrificial Love Found in A Cowboy’s Touch

Faith does play a small part in the characters’ development, but more importantly, an ex-rodeo star’s actions embody the sacrificial love that God has for his children.

Narnia Goes Back to The Beginning

Walden Media recently revealed its decision to adapt The Magician’s Nephew as the next Chronicles of Narnia movie in the film franchise based on C.S. Lewis' classic children's series.

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