Sixty-Five Roses

An Amari Johnston Novel, Volume 3
By R. A. Williams

Based on the cover and title, Sixty-Five Roses by R. A. Williams is nothing like I thought it would be. It is not a bouquet of 65 roses, but a deep, heartbreaking story of a four-year-old little girl, and so much more, woven into the...

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Selene of Alexandria

By Faith L. Justice

Selene of Alexandria by Faith L. Justice is a compelling historical novel that vividly captures the cultural spirit of the time in which the story takes place. It follows Selene, a young Christian woman of the ruling class, who pursues her dream of becoming a...

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Sycamore Drive

A novel about the Catholic's Church's unparalleled effort to protect herself.
By Charles Michael Casper

Through his historical fiction novel, Sycamore Drive, Charles Michael Casper explores unpleasant truths, but in this case with a focus on the long-term ramifications of priestly pedophilia on victims, perpetrators, and whistle-blowers. The whistle-blower is a younger priest, Watson, torn by indecision regarding the confidentiality...

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Saving the Music

By Vincent B. "Chip" LoCoco

Just when you think you’ve read everything there is about the Holocaust, you find Saving the Music, a beautifully-written work of historical fiction by Vincent B. “Chip” LoCoco. The year is 1942 and Hitler’s army is decimating countries standing in its wake and systematically annihilating...

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Sandals of the King

By Beverly Podraza

Beverly Podraza has chosen one of the lesser-known Bible stories, Jesus’ arrival in Jerusalem, as the setting for the opening of Sandals of the King. Also, she shows it from the point of view of five animals and a bird, making them easy to believe...

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Spirit Rock

A Susquehannock Tale
By Wanda MacAvoy

Spirit Rock: A Susquehannock Tale is a work of fiction in the historical, Christian, and interpersonal drama sub-genres, and was penned by author Wanda MacAvoy. Set in the eighteenth century in the United States of America, our protagonist Ahanu is one of the few surviving...

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Silver Moon

Third in the series: By the Light the Moon
By Jenny Knipfer

Silver Moon is a work of fiction set in the historical and dramatic sub-genres and was penned by author Jenny Knipfer. The third novel in the By the Light of the Moon series, the book is recommended for more mature readers due to the presence...

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Samson: The Wrath of God

"I am not who you think I am."
By W.K. Leslie

Samson: The Wrath of God is an intense work of historical fiction with Christian themes and plenty of suspense, penned by author W. K. Leslie. Subtitled “I’m not who you think I am”, the work contains graphic scenes of violence amid its intriguing and somewhat...

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Song of the Shepherd Woman

By Carlene Havel

Song of the Shepherd Woman by Carlene Havel and Sharon Faucheux is an engaging novel set against the backdrop of first century biblical times and featuring a shepherding people. When her parents die, Channah is given away. She finds a new home in the house...

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StarPassage

Book Two: Heroes and Martyrs
By Clark Rich Burbidge

Heroes and Martyrs by Clark Rich Burbidge is the second book in the StarPassage series, which kicked off in 2016 with the award-winning first book, The Relic. This installment continues with the Carson family and the star they bought from an antique shop, one which...

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