Tag Archives: Christian Fiction

“Beyond Justice” by Cara Putman

New Love, Danger and Mystery! Hayden McCarthy is a young, smart lawyer who currently finds herself in dangerous situations, possibly even life threatening ones.  Hayden works for a law firm in Washington, D. C. and is still proving herself there.  … Continue reading

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“An Uncommon Protector” by Shelley Shepard Gray

Desperate Times Call for Desperate Actions? Laurel Tracey has survived the Civil War, but she has lost everything except her Texas ranch.  Now someone seems to be trying to take that from her.  With a situation like that going on … Continue reading

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“Without Warning” by Joel C. Rosenberg

Real Life in the Pages of Fiction? Terrorists are attacking multiple cities across The United States, and the President is reluctant to launch counter measures against it.  This is despite the Capitol Building being bombed while the President was in … Continue reading

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“Long Time Gone” by Mary Connealy

Strong Women, Tough Cowboys & Danger! Angie DuPree is in a very dangerous situation in 1880’s New Mexico.  After agreeing to go to the Boden family ranch to help the doctor treat Cole Boden, Angie discovers the family is under … Continue reading

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“Pursued” by Lisa Harris

Heart Pounding Action! Nikki Boyd, a special agent for the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI), is flying in to Nashville to reunite with boyfriend, Tyler, when her plane crash lands.  In the chaos that follows Erika, the woman Nikki befriended … Continue reading

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“The One True Love of Alice-Ann” by Eva Marie Everson

If You Want a Treat, Read this Book! Farm girl Alice-Ann has been in love with her older brother’s friend, Mack for a long time.  She has decided she will share her heart with him, and tell him her true … Continue reading

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Book Review “Murder is No Accident” by A. H. Gabhart

Big Mystery in a Small Town Three kids, a creepy Victorian mansion, along with a body—and it is the second body to be found in that house in less than a week!  How could this be happening in the normally … Continue reading

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“The Dog Who Was There” by Ron Marasco

The Kind Man! Ever wonder what the world would look like through the eyes of a dog?  This book answers that.  Barley, a dog that lives in Jerusalem during the time of Jesus, chronicles his life in this tale. His … Continue reading

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“Baby Bunco” by Julie B. Cosgrove

70 is the New 40?! At first glance, Janie Manson seems like a typical senior citizen.  A widow living in Sunset Acres, a Texas retirement community, she plays Bunco weekly, walks every morning with friends, and owns a cat.  But … Continue reading

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“The Sisters of Sugarcreek” by Cathy Liggett

There They Are—My Friends! The day the church burned in Sugarcreek, two lives were lost.  That put in motion a chain of events that ultimately caused three very different women to find friendship with each other. Jessica Holtz has left … Continue reading

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