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This thought-provoking book walks through a journey of self-discovery and healing for four very different women who are attending a weekly spiritual direction group.
With arranged marriages, forced immigration and struggles against starvation, this story, set in 1720s Louisiana, is a riveting and action-packed read.
A Secret To Die For plunges readers straight into the tension and thrills of a race to foil a terrorist plot. With sweet romance and limitless action, Lisa Harris weaves together a story of second chances and overcoming grief and tragedy.
With the US president distracted by growing tensions in North Korea and Iran, an ominous new threat is emerging in Moscow. Everything Secret Service agent Marcus Ryker had learned to protect his president, he must now use to take out theirs.
Francine Rivers writes a gripping story set in 1850 about a woman who has been used, abused and betrayed by men. She has lost all faith in men and then meets a God-driven man who loves her unconditionally.
The Chance is a heart-warming story about childhood friends, broken lives and a long-ago promise that just might offer the hope of love today.
Millions of people suddenly vanish and frantic 'survivors' of the disappearances begin their search for loved ones, as well as answers to what’s happened.
A moving and compelling story of sisters and families torn apart by the real-life Tennessee Children’s Home Society scandal of the 1930s.
Epic drama, adventure, love and treachery abound in this stellar novel, which portrays the life of Hephzibah - daughter of the prophet Isaiah, wife of a righteous king and mother of a wicked one.
A small town is under attack from dark forces. While a reporter begins investigating some strange occurrences, the local pastor struggles to keep his congregation united.
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