Happy New Year!
Elizabeth Forkey turns a zombie tale into a new imaging using Revelation as a guide and painting a realistic and horrifying scenario...takes a new direction on a subject written most famously by Jenkins and LaHaye
With Autumn's Return
Amanda Cabot gives exquisite detail to the settings and culture...taste the dust, feel the heat, and hear the bells and chimes of the late 1880's. An extraordinary book dealing with a doctor and lawyer of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
A Lady's Honor
Laurie Alice Eakes' exceptional descriptions landed me in the 1811 countryside...vivid imagery, historically accurate, and pure emotions make this book a top winner.
Love books by Flynn, Ludlum, and Clancy? Steven James tops them all with action, authenticity, and grittiness. He portrays the reality of a criminal's mind and the complexity of the detective Patrick Bowers. It's clean. It's fun. It's action packed. It's mesmerizing.
"Something evil is drawing them here..."
Mike Dellosso blends symbolism, faith, and the darkness of humanity into a masterfully written tale that surpasses Ted Dekker and Frank Peretti.
God takes the bad and makes it good. God equips the called.
Powerful...gripping...Eleanor Gustafson wrote a great Christian literary fiction. It's a story that stays with you long after the book is closed.
All For a Song
Allison Pittman brings to readers a story that is so enjoyable and so heart endearing you'll read it again and again. The juxtaposition of two worlds and the norms of society add flourish to the 1920 setting.
The 20th Christmas
Andrea Rodgers brings to life a story written in the wake of Louisa May Alcott, Lucy Maud Montgomery, and Margaret Mitchell. With the lines: "Please God, please! I want nothing else in life! I'm begging you with every fiber of my being! Keep him safe and bring us together again!", the stage is set for a remarkable story.
With a Robin Cook style plot and Tess Gerritsen type characters, Bonnie Doran presented a book that is a well blended story of faith, hope, betrayal, and pulse pounding action. Scarily realistic, this is an adrenaline producing thriller.
At Bluebonnet Lake
Amanda Cabot's beautiful, contemporary romance is a delight. From a budding romance to unconditional family love, this is a great Texan story.