Greetings From Witness Protection! by Jake Burt, a review

Greetings From Witness Protection! by Jake Burt, a review Published 2017, MacMillan Publishing Group, 358 pages Genre: Middle Grade Contemporary Thirteen-year-old Nicki woos the reader with her strong and quirky personality. We quickly fall in love with this kid in the foster care system who’s gotten the raw end of the deal consistently, with no […]

Starr Tree Farm by Ellen Parker, a review

Starr Tree Farm by Ellen Parker Published 2013 by Crimson Romance, 200 pages Genre: sweet romantic suspense Laura has been widowed just a year. She decides to move from St. LouisĀ back to her home town in Wisconsin and finds herself farm-sitting for her uncle and aunt. She’s also setting up a business, a bookstore, in […]

The 13th Tribe by Robert Liparulo, a review

Jagger Baird felt like he was losing his mind in the aftermath of a horrific car accident that took the lives of dear friends. Now he’s taken his family to a gig as a security guard for an archaeology dig at Mt. Sinai in Arabia, and things are looking up for him. He’s enjoying his beloved wife and son now, for one thing.

Winter by Keven Newsome, a review

It’s a supernatural tale–will God transform a troubled young woman into an Elijah-style prophet?
Two alternating stories about Winter Maessen unfold in this book, separated by three years.

A free ebook, historical fiction: Scotland in 1565

Child of the Mist by Kathleen Morgan, a Christian fiction suspense with romance elements, is our featured free ebook today. You can download it free from either for your Kindle, or at for all ebook formats. You can read it on your computer, if you don’t have an e-reader.

A medical whodunit for our free Kindle ebook

Christian author Dr. Richard Mabry has a medical whodunit on the free list for Kindle this week. Remember, you can read Kindle books on your computer! There’s no reason not to take advantage of this!

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Peril: A Fast Track Thriller by Suzanne Hartmann, a review

Joanne’s an Illinois homeschooling mom struggling with the fact that her husband is losing a battle with cancer. She’s a survivor herself–she recovered from paralysis, thanks to an experimental adult-stem-cell treatment. Her family’s future looks uncertain, but she tries to trust God about it.

Inside the mind of author Athol Dickson

Athol Dickson writes these beautifully crafted suspenseful novels with a touch of the magical. I really love his work. So why isn’t he a best-selling author?