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The Sowing Season

Packed with poignancy and meaning, Powner’s debut novel delivers life lessons that cross generations and will linger long after the last page is turned. If Powner has more stories like this, she will be the next big star in Christian fiction.
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The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus

The intricate setup Wright (The House on Foster Hill) delivers requires patience and suspension of disbelief, but the ending is worth it. Fans of complex Christian fiction in the vein of Kristy Cambron and Michèle Phoenix will enjoy this title.

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Love and a Little White Lie

Purchase for collections where modern inspirational romance does well.

Before I Called You Mine

Deese’s (A Season To Love) latest novel will touch readers’ hearts, moving them near to tears on one page even as they laugh out loud on the next. Those who enjoy inspirational fiction and imperfect characters striving to find their own path to happiness will find this difficult to put down.

Set the Stars Alight

Dykes (Whose Waves These Are) weaves together two narratives separated by centuries, showing how tiny actions have repercussions that ring through time. Joy and grief blend equally as Lucy and Dashel rediscover each other and the riddle set in motion by a beloved watchmaker years earlier to show he is always with them. With its appeal for inspirational and secular readers, this is highly recommended for all public libraries.

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A Mosaic of Wings

Duffy is an author to watch. She presents a unique look at society’s expectations for women in two different cultures in the late 19th century. Only by losing all she has held dear can Nora gain a love and passion she cannot live without. This historical romance is recommended for readers of Tracie Peterson and Jody Hedlund.
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When Silence Sings

Fans of historical Southern fiction will be drawn to this title, as will readers of Lisa Wingate and Karen Witemeyer. The author’s followers will find this latest offering comparable to her previous work.
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A Perfect Silhouette

Miller (coauthor with Tracie Peterson of the mill town–set series “Bells of Lowell” and “Lights of Lowell”) has written a well-researched novel, which falls flat on some potential areas of conflict between Mellie and the other young women from different backgrounds, and with Morgan’s mother, who suddenly changes personality. Still, Miller skillfully weaves Bible verses and Sunday church visits into the narrative, and fans will be eagerly awaiting her newest, so purchase where demand is high

The Killing Tide

Pettrey (“Alaskan Courage” series) delivers another outstanding novel filled with romance, mystery, and suspense. Fans of DiAnn Mills, Lynette Eason, and Dee Henderson will be drawn to this book.

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