Christmas at Grey Sage

Christmas at Grey Sage

What happens when an eclectic group of strangers descend upon a warm and welcoming Santa Fe inn for the holidays?  Broken hearts heal, romance blossoms, friendships are forged, passions are unearthed and joy overflows. Phyllis Clark Nichols’ Christmas at Grey Sage will bring readers to tears, as they share in the sadness shouldered by the Read More

Deadly Proof

Deadly Proof

Rachel Dylan’s Deadly Proof is a superbly written legal thriller.   Readers are sure to bond with Dylan’s flawed and relatable main characters, Kate and Landon.  Both bear the scars of their past, both strive to move forward, and both yearn to be better than who they once were. Centered on a big pharmaceutical company lawsuit, Read More

All Things Now Living

All Things Now Living

Classified as a Youth Adult Sci-Fi Dystopian release, Rondi Bauer Olson’s All Things Now Living is definitely unique.  Fans of Stephen King’s Under the Dome that eventually became a CBS television series are likely to enjoy Olson’s offering. The story jumps right in without providing any real context for the setting.  Readers are likely to Read More

The Gift of Christmas Past

The Gift of Christmas Past

A fast, easy read, Cindy Woodsmall and Erin Woodsmall’s The Gift of Christmas Past is a story of hardship, overcoming difficult odds and enduring obstacles all mixed with a touch of romance. Centered on protagonist Hadley Granger, The Gift of Christmas Past gives readers a peek at what life for foster children is really like.  Read More

Christy

Christy

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the original release, Catherine Marshall’s Christy is being introduced to an entirely new generation. A fictional account of her mother’s real experiences, the book is a thought-provoking read. How does a 19 year affluent, educated young woman from Ashville, North Carolina adjust to life in the mountains of Read More

World View

World View

A compilation of columns from Marvin Olasky’s World magazine, World View is a slightly bumpy ride, but overall a great source from a Christian perspective on much of today’s culture. Readers accustomed to novels may find the numerous stops and starts of the collection slightly unorthodox, but the topics discussed within its pages make the Read More

Murder in Disguise

Murder in Disguise

Cheesy is a most apt description of Donn Taylor’s latest offering, Murder in Disguise.  From protagonist Professor Preston Barclay’s tedious wearing of suits to his repetitiously boring twice daily meals of ham sandwiches and coffee to the awkward relationship he shares with fellow professor Mara Thorn, the book is a rather disappointing three hundred and one Read More