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  • A Canon's Tale

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    It was a time of faith. Men believed. To the chosen few, the Christian God spoke directly and laid out His wishes and orders. But He sometimes changed His mind. Or perhaps His messages were not understood. The year is 1135 in the town of Arles in ...


  • Bruised but Not Broken

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    Do fairy-tales romances exist? Bruised but Not Broken is a fictitious story centred on the life of Kaitlin, a woman seeking romance and love through online dating. When she meets an alluring and mysterious man—Greg Kingston—Kaitlin is initially ...


  • Moonlight

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    When Chandni Rai turned thirteen, two things happened to change the course of her entire life. Her father died suddenly. And, she discovered a clue to the mystery of her missing grandmother who had been a child-bride - a piece of paper stuck behind ...


  • Mrs. Homeschool

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    "I sometimes wonder where I was when I changed my mind." Ainslee’s husband once said, “Physical change is not necessary for spiritual growth, but it’s almost always the impetus for growth.” With that mindset, when a job offer prompts Lyndon and ...


  • Picnic On Raspberry Island

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    This novel brings to life the love story between a priest and a teacher that is set in a small French Canadian village on the prairie of western Canada during the Second World War. The love between them becomes the catalyst for a spiritual odyssey, ...


  • The Country of the Blind

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    When law student Sarah Yung is raped, she accuses Paul, long-time friend and fellow student, of the assault. Paul is escorted off campus and is barred from returning while his case is investigated. Protesting his innocence, Paul reaches out to ...


  • The Four Horsemen

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    A portrait of a family in crisis, this poignant novel navigates the tensions created when a family of faith is tested like they have never been before. When a minister's wife dies suddenly, he is left devastated, with four children to raise alone. ...


  • Rescuing Leah

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    Nothing could prepare Josh for the 24 hour long nightmare that unfolded his life. A young couple’s love is put to the ultimate test when the woman, Leah, is kidnapped by a local drug cartel in retaliation for Leah’s father, a judge, putting the ...


  • The Lord God Said

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    This is the second book of the author, in which she further clarified her views on the world: human beings have important omissions in their understanding of the world. Some omissions, especially some intentional or unintentional neglect of other ...


  • Seventy Times Seven

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    Merisela, a young woman from a small village in the Yucatan Peninsula, is finding life intolerable in her stepfather’s home. When the danger continues to escalate, she’s finally forced to flee. Soon she finds herself alone and afraid in a country ...