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An enriching and thoughtful read by a master of inspirational fiction. Journey through the flames of the 1871 Chicago fire. As if rebuilding from the aftermath wasn’t bad enough, Meg and Sylvie must also clear their father’s name of murder.
This is the story of Manasseh, the cruelest king in the history of Judah, and his reign of terror. Darker than Mesu’s other novels, it does ultimately lead to a story of hope, but the roads her characters take to get there is troubling and bleak.
Be immersed in the epic story of Aquila and Priscilla, through believable and relatable characters. A poignant read that shows the couple’s victories and struggles for the early church and the lives changed by Christ in both early Rome and Corinth.
Rosenberg is back with another intricately woven political conspiracy. Marcus Ryker has spent his entire career studying killers. One thing he knows for sure: a peace summit is the ultimate stage for a high profile assassination.
The Time of Jacob’s Trouble explores a future world facing its final days, weaving end-times prophecies into the lives of Emma Grady and her friends as they struggle with the chilling truth about the sudden disappearances of many.
Full of lovable (and loath-able) characters, a truly swoon-worthy romance, and subplots that highlight the difficulty native people faced once the British colonised British Columbia, The Runaway Bride is a book not to be missed!
Silent Shadows is a thrilling tale about mistakes, gangs, wounded military heroes, and, of course, delicious romance. This book is the whole package - great characters, a suspenseful plot, family dynamics and some humour to break the tension.
Afraid of people and disease, wild child recluse Ilsa Nordegren lives isolated on Hope Mountain. When successful business man and neighbour Mitch Warden returns from New York he brings danger with him as gunmen turn up to kill him.
This time-slip novel follows Emma Malcolm, the daughter of a Loyalist living in 1773 Boston, and present-day Lieutenant Hayley Ashworth, determined to overcome her past and become a Navy SEAL. Two strong women torn between duty to country - and love.
A witty, warm and satisfying conclusion to The Deacon’s Family series. From family secrets and past mistakes to searching for forgiveness, this story is filled with strong characters and unique relationships. Can be read as a stand alone.
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