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Good God Lousy World & Me

  For years, Holly Burkhalter was a heartbroken idealist working on the front lines of change around the world—a witness to the brutalities of genocide, sex trafficking, rape, slavery, greed and injustice. Throughout her career she found herself angrily, sometimes … Continue reading

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With Every Breath

    In the shadow of the nation’s capital, Kate Livingston’s respectable life as a government worker is disrupted by an encounter with the insufferable Trevor McDonough, the one man she’d hoped never to see again. A Harvard-trained physician, Trevor … Continue reading

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Captured by Love

Michigan Territory, 1814 A voyageur and a young woman swept up in a time of upheaval and danger discover firsthand the high price of freedom. The British Army has taken control of Michilimackinac Island and its fort, forcing the Americans … Continue reading

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Answering Your Kids Toughest Questions

What do you tell your children when they ask about a dying grandparent, the reality of the devil, or acts of violence on the news? Offering age-appropriate guidelines on how much to share and when, Elyse Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson … Continue reading

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Silenced

    A relaxing day of rock climbing takes a disturbing turn when Kayden McKenna’s route brings her face-to-face with a dead climber. Is it a terrible accident or something darker? When the case is handed to overburdened sheriff Landon … Continue reading

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Out of the Depths

  The Inspiring Story of a World War II Hero’s Miraculous Survival at Sea July 30, 1945–The USS Indianapolis and its 1,196-man crew is making its way toward a small island in the South Pacific. The ship is sailing unescorted, assured by … Continue reading

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Mark of Distinction

London is said to be the glittering jewel of society, a world unto itself–but to Julia Elliston it is a city of shadows. Her life is swiftly dissolving into scandal. And in Victorian society, even a whisper of scandal–substantiated or … Continue reading

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When We Were On Fire

In the strange, us-versus-them Christian subculture of the 1990s, a person’s faith was measured by how many WWJD bracelets she wore and whether he had kissed dating goodbye.   Evangelical poster child Addie Zierman wore three bracelets asking what Jesus would do. … Continue reading

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A Beauty So Rare

  Pink is not what Eleanor Braddock ordered, but maybe it would soften the tempered steel of a woman who came through a war–and still had one to fight. Eleanor Braddock–plain, practical, no stunning Southern beauty–knows she will never marry. But with a … Continue reading

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Miss Brenda and the Loveladies

Brenda Spahn was a businesswoman who wouldn’t take no for an answer when she discovered that God wouldn’t either. When she invited seven hardened parolees into her Southen mansion, she expected to house them, not love them. But her reluctant … Continue reading

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