Gabhart, Ann H

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The Song of Sourwood Mountain

Readers interested in the hardscrabble mountain life, as depicted in Michelle Shocklee’s Appalachian Song and Lynn Austin’s Wonderland Creek, will want to add the latest from Gabhart (In the Shadow of the River) to their TBR lists.

River to Redemption

Admirers of Elizabeth Byler Younts and those who appreciate historical fiction set in the South will find this an engrossing read.

These Healing Hills

Suggest to readers who enjoy historical fiction drawn from actual events and those who read for strong character development.

Love Comes Home

Fans of previous series installments will delight in this new addition, and readers of Debbie Macomber and postwar dramas might be tempted to add it to their reading lists.

Christmas at Harmony Hill: A Shaker Story

Amish fiction readers will enjoy Gabhart's insights into a similar religious community, while the author's fans will enjoy returning to Harmony Hill (The Gifted; The Blessed) for the holidays in this seasonal story of faith, hope, and love.

The Gifted

Gabhart's latest (after The Blessed) character-driven story is a sure bet for fans of Jerry S. Eicher.

The Blessed

The story and writing of Gabhart's latest Shaker historical (The Seeker: The Believer) are somewhat dry. Readers may pick this novel up thinking it is Amish fiction but will be sorely mistaken. Recommended only to the author's fans.

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