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  • Tangleville

    Just About Any Town, Anywhere by

    Talk show host Harry Sting is well known to his listening audience for his disdain of all things religious. But when invited guest Reverend Barclay Steadmore, a rector at St. Bartholemew’s Church, catches him off guard by speaking with confidence ...


  • Joanna

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    Her sense of dignity and comfort would be shaken like she could never have imagined... As the wife of Chuza, the steward of Herod, Joanna has access to much wealth and prestige, but still feels unfulfilled. She hides her secret immoral lifestyle. ...


  • Worth the Chance

    A Novel by

    SOPHIE REMPEL has finally settled in as Sethburn, Saskatchewan’s resident matchmaker. Her business is growing, along with her list of successful matches, but spending all her time finding other people’s soul mates has left her little time to find ...


  • The Door Between the Trees

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    Charles H. Sinclair, plagued by the death of his fiancée, tries to find meaning by burying himself in his career. One foggy morning he hits a deer on the turnpike and wakes to find himself in a Lenape village. The son of a Presbyterian minister, ...


  • She, Who Kissed His Feet

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    Sofia Adams opens her second book of the Legs Trilogy with Suzy and Robby embarking on a therapeutic vacation to the Island of Nevis. In She, Who Kissed His Feet, the relaxing retreat quickly becomes a nightmare when Suzy is whisked back to ...


  • Untangling Tangleville

    Stepping Out! Just as Any Town Can by

    In our modern age, Christianity and secularism have increasingly become estranged. As Christian denominations individually attempt to promote the survival of moral and ethical standards of the past, it seems David is facing the giant Goliath . . . ...


  • Jacob's Place

    From the series of Abbington Pickets by

    It was the best time in Jacob Hudson’s life. He was about to marry Abigail Rodgers, his best friend and love of his life. Together they would build their dream home and start a family. Jacob’s carpentry business was successful and he was closer than ...


  • The Unveiling

    A Tale of the Indivisibly Unsurpassed Dichotomy of a Heroine's Journey to Freedom in an Urban Christian Family by

    This is a story of one person's resolve not to have been the victim, but to have risen above the tirade of evil. Its intrigue is bound by the reality of the ostensibly permeating lengths that one individual can go to cover their tracks. The schemer ...


  • Trail of Lies

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    For nearly twenty years Madeline Forrester was the perfect granddaughter. She did everything her overbearing grandmother asked of her, even kept a terrible secret for her. Then Maddie’s grandmother dies and everything changes. First she does all ...


  • The Mansion Beyond the Red Gate

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    The mansion beyond the red gate sits there in the mist -- almost beckoning you to come in. You've been sent the official invitation, but something strange is going on. Those who enter the mansion are never seen or heard from again. What's going on? ...