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The Shack

Mackenzie Allen Philips' youngest daughter, Missy, has been abducted during a family vacation and evidence that she may have been brutally murdered is found in an abandoned shack deep in the Oregon wilderness. Four years later in the midst of his Great Sadness, Mack receives a suspicious note, apparently from God, inviting him back to that shack ...

The Shoemakers Wife

The majestic and haunting beauty of the Italian Alps is the setting of the first meeting of Enza, a practical beauty, and Ciro, a strapping mountain boy, who meet as teenagers, despite growing up in villages just a few miles apart. At the turn of the last century, when Ciro catches the local priest in a scandal, he is banished from his village and sent ...

The Sister Season

Sister Season was a strange but workable writing of two completely different story line. The book opens at Christmas time with all of Elise's daughters coming for a visit. Their first visit together in 10 years. they are arriving for their abusive father's funeral. He is the reason these girls have not been home or together for years. The ...

The Stone House Legacy

The Stone House Legacy by Wanda DeHaven Pyle is the story of Cora, Tessa and a stone house. In 1866 Cora moved with her husband to begin a new life and establish a settlement. This was at the end of the Civil War. The settlement did not last long-drought, illness and fire played a major role in the disbanding. A large stone house had been built ...

The Street Rod Mystery

The Street Rod Mystery by Judy Iverson takes place at a Classic Car show - Back to the Fifites - at the State Fair Grounds. There are thousands of cars and entrants and spectators. Among those is a killer - lurking and searching for the next victim to fall prey to murder. A teenage girl comes up missing and everyone begins the search for her - ...

The Suffering

Dan Mayer’s novel “The Suffering,” published by Black Rose Writing is a story of a man who suffers repeated personal losses and through it all loses his relationship with God. It is a book about redemption and “spiritual hollowness.”  Mayer’s dark theme touches on the state of human brokenness and how ...

The Sun Shines Brightest at Midnight

"THE SUN SHINES BRIGHTEST AT MIDNIGHT" by Youlanda Brewster published by Black Rose Writing. This book is a fascinating read as it bounces about over a period of approximately 250 years. In the story, as in real life, we are introduced to a myriad of characters throughout the book. It first appears to be a collage of tales or an anthology. ...

The Sweet Potato Queens First Big-Ass Novel

Browne's Sweet Potato Queen advice books on love, divorce, and cooking have found a wide audience in readers who appreciate the Queens' sassy southern charm. With coauthor Gillespie, Browne turns to fiction for the first time to share lives and loves of the Queens. Jill, Mary Bennett, Patsy, and Gerald are united by their outsider status in ...

The Turning

Five very different people hear a voice, have a feeling, or are at unrest with themselves. All five have very strong feelings and each responds to those feelings. God speaking, stirring and leading them. All five of them brought together to do what? None of the five began their journey with a clear understanding of what God wanted them to do. ...

The Twisted Crown

The Twisted Crown by Anita Bunkley is a well-turned piece of historical fiction that seamlessly weaves together real events that happened during the Civil War and the reconstruction years. The protagonist is a woman named “Eva Philips” who is spirited away from slavery in the dark of night from the Stillwater Plantation in South Carolina. ...


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