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Book Review: A Woman’s Place by Lynn Austin

A thought-provoking, eye-opening and worthwhile piece of World War II Americana. Read More »

Book Review – Across the China Sky by C. Hope Flinchbaugh

Strong convictions, deception, kidnaping and courage make up this tale of Christians in modern China. Read More »

Book Review: The Brethren by Beverly Lewis

Beverly Lewis continues to give her readers what they have found irresistible in her previous best-selling books. Read More »

Book Review: Arthur, the Christmas Elf – A Christmas Adventure by Valerie Connelly

Arthur, the Christmas Elf is a story book that will keep on giving long after the read-aloud part is done. Read More »

Book Review: Winter Birds by Jamie Langston Turner

A quiet but compelling and beautifully written story, full of wisdom, literary allusion, realistic people and sly humor. Read More »

Book Review: I SPAT by Stephanie R. Bridges

An accessible, gritty yet hopeful book of religious poems. Read More »

Book Review: Redeemed by Donna Dawson

Redeemed is a lively read that will have you walking some miles in the shoes of the destitute. But that road leads, finally, to a hopeful place. Read More »

Book Review – A Promise for Ellie by Lauraine Snelling

A wholesome love story set in a place and time sure to stir up feelings of nostalgia. Read More »

Book Review: The Measure of a Lady by Deeanne Gist

For the lover of historical Americana delivered with a dose of sweet romance, this is a lively choice that won’t disappoint. Read More »

Book Review: Among the Gods by Lynn Austin

Lovers of biblical fiction will find this a satisfying, meaty read. Read More »