Seed

Charged - Science Fantasy of Biblical Proportions (Book 2)
By Joshua David

In Joshua David's Seed: Charged, survivors take up the task of spreading the good news of Jess’s message to those remaining in the world. Sal, a soldier from the Nellis Air Force Base, who serves as their community guardian, travels the wastes to protect pioneers...

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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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Sacred Silence

By Loreto N Gonzales Jr

Sacred Silence by Loreto N Gonzales Jr. tells the story of a priest and the nuanced relationships between this victim of abuse and his superiors. The story begins with a crisis point: the protagonist, Fr. Sal Galvez, is unceremoniously removed from his post in St....

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Stolen Shroud

By Daniel Westlund

Stolen Shroud by Daniel Westlund is a fast-paced thriller with Christian and science fiction overtones. As the book’s title promises, the story is about the stealing of the famous Shroud of Turin that many believe to be the actual burial cloth of Jesus Christ. An...

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Solomon Levi MacKeefer

A Gypsy with a Very Great Heart
By Gordon Planedin

Solomon Levi MacKeefer: A Gypsy with a Very Great Heart is an inspirational novella written by Gordon Planedin. The hitchhiker was tired and losing hope of ever getting a ride when he finally saw a car up ahead pulling over and waiting for him....

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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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Sons of Adam

The Pentalogue Book 1
By E. A. Rohrmoser

Sons of Adam is a work of literary fiction with elements of magical realism and mysticism and was penned by author E. A. Rohrmoser. Written for adults due to some sexual content, this book forms the first novel of The Pentalogue, which collects tales of...

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Shadow of the Past

By Susan M B Preston

In the 1st century AD, Elizabeth, a widow, lives with her master Samuel who has recently lost his wife, Naomi. Elizabeth is happy with her existence until the day she is asked to prepare the guest room for a visitor. When the visitor arrives, all...

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Something Else Entirely

Collected Works
By Donna Lee Davis

Donna Lee Davis combines finely crafted prose and poetry in Something Else Entirely. This compilation of stories touches your heart, leaving a lingering impression. The short stories tell tales of aging, death, love lost, love found, friendship, family devotion and the power of forgiveness. The...

Soul Prison

By Stephen Kunkler

Soul Prison is a Christian fiction novella for young and new adults written by Stephen Kunkler. When they were six and four years old respectively, Yehim and Ohno were sat down by their mother who imparted wisdom she feared she had delayed too long in...

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