Fisher, Suzanne Woods

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Moonlight School

A general purchase for collections with a large historical/inspirationalfiction audience.

Phoebe's Light

Fisher's focus on a new faith group, the Quakers of colonial-era Nantucket Island, offers a fresh take on early America that history buffs will relish.

The Newcomer

This sequel to Anna's Crossing continues the story of the Amish settlers who arrived in this country in the 18th century. Crisp prose and close attention to historical detail will keep readers engrossed. A solid option for devotees of Wanda Brunstetter, Shelley Shepard Gray, and Amy Clipston.

Christmas at Rose Hill Farm: An Amish Love Story

Carol Award-winning author Fisher once again captures the themes of love, hope, and forgiveness that the Christmas season can embody. Readers who adored A Lancaster County Christmas will be enchanted by this story of romantic reconciliation. Also recommended for fans of Ann H. Gabhart's Christmas at Harmony Hill.

The Haven

This sequel to The Keeper is an engaging Amish romance with a homespun feel. It is sure to please Fisher's existing fans and win her new ones. Recommend it to those who enjoy the fiction of Wanda E. Brunstetter.

A Lancaster County Christmas

The leisurely pace and homey feel of this novel should sit well with readers of Marta Perry and Jan Karon.

Amish Values for Your Family

While we are all in danger of misunderstanding the Amish and celebrating a falsely folksy, twee quality, Fisher's work attempts to establish firmer links between Amish values and our world without entirely embracing their choices or rejecting ours; readers of the increasingly popular stream of Amish fiction should enjoy this taste of Amish reality.

The Search

This pleasant tale of love and forgiveness has a homespun feel that will attract readers who like character-driven stories with a relaxed pace. And, of course, bonnet fiction is always popular; fans of Marta Perry will snap this one up.

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