Tag Archives: Christian Fiction

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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“A Royal Christmas Wedding” by Rachel Hauck

Will Love Find a Way? In a country right out of a fairy tale, a star-crossed couple meet for the first time in five years, and a six hundred pound bell rings, seemingly of its own accord.   When Avery Truitt … Continue reading

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“Tangled Webs” by Irene Hannon

Can The End Really Justify The Means? Take two people that have each retreated to remote cabins trying to overcome some traumatic events in their past, add in some possible underwater treasure, along with a secret meth lab–and you have … Continue reading

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“The Devoted” by Suzanne Woods Fisher

Is The Grass Any Greener On The Other Side? Do you ever daydream about being part of the Amish people, enjoying their close community and strong family ties? That is how Patrick Kelly feels, and he has come to Stoney … Continue reading

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“The Raven” by Mike Nappa

Quoth the Raven…. The Raven makes a deadly decision the day he decides to blackmail a local politician with information he has learned from picking pockets.  His actions set into motion his involvement with some of the most dangerous people … Continue reading

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“The Occupied” by Craig Parshall

They Don’t Only Come Out After Dark…. This is a Christian supernatural thriller!  All three of those subjects come together in a very fast-moving and believable story.  If the reality of God and the devil aren’t acknowledged, they don’t have … Continue reading

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“Magnolia Moonlight” by Mary Ellis

Double Your Pleasure – Two Mysteries in One! Did Reverend Dean really steal thousands of dollars from the church, and then kill himself because of it?  Or was he really murdered? Price Investigations of Natchez, Mississippi, owned by Nate Price … Continue reading

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