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Into The Fire

Book Review Into the Fire by Irene HannonRomantic Suspense | Christian Fiction Bri Tucker is an arson investigator with a curious puzzle on her hands. One of her former co-workers has died in a house fire — a suspicious sort of death for someone so aware of the risks of fire — and Bri thinks …

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Counter Attack

Book Review Counter Attack by Patricia BradleyRomantic Suspense / Christian Fiction Reader’s Thoughts: Christian, romantic suspense was one of my go-to genres as a teen. And while I don’t read the genre as frequently anymore, the blurb for this newest Patricia Bradley novel, Counter Attack, immediately caught my eye: “No sooner has Alexis Stone been …

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The Rose and the Thistle

Book Review The Rose and the Thistle by Laura FranzHistorical Romance | Christian Fiction Reader’s Thoughts: The Rose and the Thistle was one of our books to watch for in January 2023 and this newest novel by Laura Frantz immediately swept me into the Scottish lowlands and the tense political atmosphere of 1715. From the …

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The Lost Melody

Book Review The Lost Melody by Joanna Davidson PolitanoHistorical Fiction | Christian Fiction The Lost Melody is a gothic, haunting read had me absolutely captivated from the first paragraph. With its beautiful writing, anxiety-inducing plot twists, and Christian faith-based themes, I’m predicting a Christy nomination for this one! Reader’s Thoughts: “One day in late May …

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The Master Craftsman

Book Review The Master Craftsman by Kelli Stuart When Ava’s estranged father, a world-renowned treasurer hunter, is diagnosed with only weeks to live, she takes on his final mission as her own — to find FabergΓ©’s last treasure. This dual-timeline takes readers on a hunt for long-lost Imperial egg, and in the process, treats us …

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Until Leaves Fall in Paris

Book Review Until Leaves Fall in Paris by Sarah Sundin If you’ve been hanging around here for a while, you’ll know that I love historical fiction. Specifically, WWII novels. I’m always on the lookout for authors who can transport me to a new time and place — but in a way that feels creative, and …

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