Tag Archives: Christian fiction

Review of The Butterfly and the Violin

    In Kristi Cambron’s The Butterfly and the Violin, talented violinist Adele Von Braun lives a sheltered life in 1942 Austria but yearns to help those who are affected by war. To that end, she undertakes the dangerous mission … Continue reading

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Review of Rising Darkness

Nancy Mehl’s Rising Darkness, Sophie Bauer is determined to make a name for herself as an investigative reporter. However, in pursuing a story that may lead to her big break, Sophie must confront disturbing memories from her past and put … Continue reading

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Review of The Bachelor Girl’s Guide to Murder

  In Rachel McMillan’s, The Bachelor Girl’s Guide to Murder, two best friends, single and independent, have something more important than marriage on their minds. When these two eligible ladies, Jem and Merinda, open their own detective agency to represent … Continue reading

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Review of To Capture Her Heart

  Rebecca DeMarino’s second installment of The Southold Chronicles, begins in 1653 New York, as Heather Flower’s husband is killed and she is kidnapped by a rival tribe. After months of captivity and left to die, she is rescued. Once … Continue reading

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Interview with Award-Winning Author Henry MacLaughlin

  Tell us a little bit about your newest release, Riverbend Justice. This novel is book two in the Riverbend Sagas series. It follows Michael Archer and Rachel Stone into a new adventure where they seek to clear the name … Continue reading

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Review of My Brother’s Crown

Two cousins, separated by generations, must save their family’s legacy. Will they succeed? Or will the burden they are called to carry be too much to bear? As a fan of historical fiction, My Brother’s Crown intrigued me from the … Continue reading

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Review of A Harvest of Hope

In Lauraine Snelling’s A Harvest of Hope, Miriam Hastings must go to Chicago to tend to her dying mother. When she returns to the small town of Blessing, she is determined to focus on her work at the hospital, but … Continue reading

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