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  • 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 ...


  • Lunch Counter

    A Love Remembered by

    You will believe that love can last a lifetime. . . Widowed and in his twilight years, Frank Trundle prefers to spend his evenings curled up with a plate of cookies, a pot of tea, and his mental scrapbook of memories of the life he shared with his ...


  • The House on the Hill

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    Widow Susan Connors’ visit to aunt Mary dealt her a huge wake-up call spurring the decision to sell her beloved family home to seek new adventures and a second chance at love. As she and her book club friends plot a unique way to find deserving new ...


  • A Prayer for Thérèse

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    Everything can change in an instant. Thérèse Laserre is a young French woman who travelled to the fortified town of Louisbourg in 1749 to work as a servant for a wealthy family. In her precious spare moments, she met the love of her life, married ...


  • A Sword Shall Pierce Your Soul

    The Story of Jesus' Mother by

    Based on the biblical account of Mary, mother of Jesus, A Sword Shall Pierce Your Soul takes readers back to first-century Israel, where they meet a young woman whose “Yes” to God heralded the first notes of the gospel. From her engagement to Joseph ...


  • Caleb's Portion

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    An engaging combination of fiction, history, and biography, Caleb’s Portion provides a unique life story that reaches back through the author’s ancestral lineage and ties together two family lines. Narrated by the author’s alter ego, Lucius, the ...


  • Stepping Stones

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    SOFIA ADAMS' Stepping Stones is the shocking conclusion of The Legs Trilogy. The ugly truths that have plagued Suzanne Thompson and Robert LeClure in Adams' previous books, Legs and She, Who Kissed His Feet, are finally exposed! The saga novel ...


  • Come By Here, My Lord

    Seen in a Mirror Dimly by

    Orwell Hughes - 20 years old, active in sports, arts and church - enjoys life as a young man coming of age in 1974’s Lusaka, where his father (James “Bwana” Hughes) is a Canadian diplomat and Orwell attends the University of Zambia. Orwell endears ...


  • Renegade Sailor

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    Reckless eighteen year old Vienna Talbot runs off to find her intended, Robert Best, forced to sail on her father's ship, and she made the biggest mistake of her life. Stowing away has great consequences for her. Her father respects the esteemed ...