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reviewed Pieces of Light. June 21, 2011
Pieces of Light
"Pieces of Light" is a Christian suspense novel. This book was the third in a series, but you don't need to read the previous novels to understand this one...though you'll probably like …
reviewed Pompeii: City on Fire. May 31, 2011
Pompeii: City on Fire
Pompeii: City on Fire is a well-written, fast-paced Christian historical novel that contained some romance. It's set mainly in Pompeii in 76 AD. I suspect that both men and women would enjoy the story. …
reviewed Secret Place. May 08, 2011
Secret Place
"Secret Place" is a Christian general fiction about a family dealing with mental illness. It seemed like most of the characters were at least slightly mentally ill, which was almost overdoing …
reviewed Mine Is the Night. April 27, 2011
Mine Is the Night
"Mine Is the Night" is a Christian historical (with several romances in it) set in 1746 in Scotland right after the bonny Prince Charlie insurrection was defeated. This is the second and last …
reviewed In the Shadow of Evil. March 29, 2011
In the Shadow of Evil
I read Deliver Us From Evil and loved the action, adventure, humor and spiritual thread in it. I anxiously awaited the review copy of In the Shadow of Evil.     Layla is a female contractor …
reviewed The Shadow Things. March 18, 2011
The Shadow Things
"The Shadow Things" is a Christian historical novel set in southern Britain, apparently sometime in the late 5th century. There was a nice level of setting and everyday historical detail to …
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Like JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, ALICE IN WONDERLAND, HARRY POTTER, THE WIZARD OF OZ and so many other children's stories that have entered the realm of literature classics, THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE …
reviewed Say to This Mountain. March 04, 2011
Say to This Mountain
"Say To This Mountain" is set in 1929 right after the stock market crash. It picked up immediately after the end of "A Thousand Shall Fall." This book was my favorite of the trilogy …
reviewed In the Shadow of Evil. March 01, 2011
In the Shadow of Evil
"In the Shadow of Evil" is a Christian romantic suspense novel. It's the third in a series, but it's essentially a stand-alone novel. You don't need to read the previous novels to …
reviewed A Woman's Place. February 12, 2011
A Woman's Place
"A Woman's Place" is a Christian historical fiction set in December 1941 through October 1944. It follows four women from very different backgrounds who start work in a war factory to help …
reviewed Solemn Oath. January 28, 2011
Solemn Oath
"Solemn Oath" is a Christian medical suspense novel with some romance. This novel is the second in a series, but I could follow the story without having read the first book. However, it did …
posted a Quick Tip about Taliesin (The Pendragon Cycle, Book 1). January 16, 2011
Taliesin (The Pendragon Cycle, Book 1)
An awesome, ambitious and very clever re-telling of the Arthurian legend. But for me, the heavy-handed almost sermonizing emphasis on the birth of Christianity got in the way. You may wish to judge for …
reviewed Taliesin (The Pendragon Cycle, Book 1). January 16, 2011
Taliesin (The Pendragon Cycle, Book 1)
Stephen Lawhead's storytelling is certainly ambitious. In Taliesin, he has proposed nothing less than a fanciful, fluid blending of three mythologies into a single epic history - the twilight and …
posted a Quick Tip about The Noticer: Sometimes, All A Person .... October 18, 2010
The Noticer: Sometimes, all a person needs is a little perspective
If you are stuck and frustrated, this book is a great boost - like a breath of fresh air.
reviewed The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. October 08, 2010
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE is the first book in the Chronicles of Narnia. It doesn't matter how the books are being published right now, if you read them for the first time out of order …
posted a Quick Tip about The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. October 06, 2010
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
One of Fantasy Fiction's finest, an excellent adventure and enchanting tale for all ages
reviewed English Ivy. October 06, 2010
English Ivy by Catherine Palmer
"English Ivy" is a Christian historical romance novel set in 1815 England. The romance was a "sweet" romance, and the story mainly focused on the romance. Historical details were woven into the story, …
posted a Quick Tip about The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. October 01, 2010
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
I really didn't like this when I was a kid, but I loved it afterwards.
reviewed Code Triage. September 30, 2010
code triage by candace calvert
"Code Triage" is a medical suspense novel that will appeal to both men and women. The author dug into the deeper issues of how three different childhoods created three people with different …
reviewed The Edge of Recall. September 17, 2010
The Edge of Recall
"The Edge of Recall" is a Christian romantic suspense novel. Both men and women will enjoy it. The pacing was very good. The suspense built as the mysterious intruder on the work site progressed …
reviewed Petra: City of Stone. September 16, 2010
Petra: City of Stone
"Petra: City in Stone" is a very well-written, fast-paced Christian historical novel that contains some romance. It's set in 106 AD in Petra, Rome, and Damascus. Both men and women will …
reviewed Petra: City of Stone. September 12, 2010
Petra: City of Stone
     Petra by T.L. Higley is the first book in the Lost Cities series. Cassia takes her young son, Alexander, and heads to Petra, the home of her late husband's family in the hopes …
reviewed Gun Lake. September 09, 2010
Gun Lake
"Gun Lake" is an introspective suspense novel. The characters spent a lot of time thinking about their past mistakes and feeling like there was no real hope. The suspense came from knowing that …
reviewed The Miracles of Santo Fico: A Novel. September 06, 2010
The Miracles of Santo Fico, by D. L. Smith
The remote Tuscan village of Santo Fico has not only been forgotten by the rest of the world, but its dwindling population is disheartened and worn down by life's disappointments. When Leo Pizzola …
reviewed The Fence My Father Built. August 31, 2010
The Fence My Father Built
   Told through the eyes of Muri Pond, the reader makes a journey of the heart and travels with her children to the inherited property from her father, Joe Pond who left when she was three.   …
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