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You Can Live Without 10 Prayers

If you’re looking for a new devotional book about prayer that’s full of inspiring stories, you’ll probably enjoy 10 Prayers You Can’t Live Without by Rick Hamlin.

Letters from the Closet Poignant but Problematic

Their relationship began when she walked into his classroom and continued—mostly via letters—for years.

Merlin’s Blade A New Twist on an Old Tale

After all these years, and seemingly infinite permutations of time, place, and character, it would seem that the Camelot legend might possibly have reached maximum build-out.

Duchess Poised to Conquer

In the third installment of the “Daughters of Fortune” series, Susan May Warren does a splendid job of transporting the reader into the extravagance of the 1930s.

The Artist’s Daughter Paints a Picture of Grace

Alexandra Kuykendall first met her father in Barcelona. He was—to her eyes, at least—an old man. She was nine.

Chasing Francis A Pilgrimage To Truth

Chasing Francis is a compelling narrative with delightful characters and memorable images of the sights, sounds, and smells of Italy.

The Chance Predictable But Satisfying

The Chance may not be a groundbreaking work, but it does illustrate excellent lessons on forgiveness.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • February 19, 2013 |
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Publishers Are in Seventh Heaven With Near-Death Memoirs

Do people really see a light at the end of a tunnel when they have a near-death experience? And could that be heaven up ahead?

This Lone Star Tale Fails to Launch

Based on a screenplay by Andrew Librizzi, the Thoene’s latest involves a troubled preacher’s kid and her family’s dark secret.

Placebo Strange But Suspenseful

After six installments in the Patrick Bowers series of books, Steven James has taken a break from the venerable FBI agent and moved on to a new leading man.

Wings of Glass Stronger Than Expected

When eighteen-year-old Penny Carson met Trent Taylor, he swept her off her feet in what seemed like a fairytale romance.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • November 19, 2012 |
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Girls Find Guidance in Perfectly Unique

If you’ve ever read Annie Downs’ blog at annieblogs.com, you know the spunky 30-something is fun, hilarious and wise beyond her years.

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • November 16, 2012 |
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Hopefully, Hand’s a Hit With Kids

Dead Man’s Hand, by award-winning author Eddie Jones, is a western mystery told in the least offensive way possible.

No Safety in The Sanctuary

Ted Dekker’s latest, The Sanctuary, is a sequel to 2011’s The Priest’s Graveyard, which explored the psychological journey of tormented California priest Danny Hanson.

The Racketeer More Shady Than Clever

Malcolm Bannister, a former small-town Virginia lawyer, is halfway through a 10-year sentence at a federal prison camp in Frostburg, Maryland, due to a shady money laundering scheme.

Queen of the Waves A Charming Cruise

With the one hundredth anniversary of the Titanic’s sinking upon us, the market has been flooded with Titanic-themed books.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • October 18, 2012 |
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Sadly, Legalism Devours Opening Moves

For Steven James, his latest book, Opening Moves, is personal in more ways than one.

Beauty Reflected in Glass

The chance to travel the globe and view the world’s finest masterpieces up close allows us the opportunity to explore the beauty and truth that lies within.

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • September 24, 2012 |
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Once Again, Vey Rises to the Occasion

There’s a simple reason for it. Richard Paul Evans is a Number One New York Times best-selling author because he knows how to tell a story.

Adventure At the Speed of Email

If Lisa McKay’s new book, Love at the Speed of Email, were a movie it would look something like a combination of Eat Pray Love and You’ve Got Mail, only with a faster Internet connection.

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • September 18, 2012 |
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