Sawyer, Kim Vogel

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Freedom’s Song

Sawyer (“Heart of the Prairie” series) captures a yearning spirit associated with the American West in hardworking, earnest characters who strengthen their faith through song and personal introspection. There are few surprises here, but fans of traditional Christian fiction will find much to like.

Unveiling the Past

Popular Christian fiction author Sawyer explores earthly and heavenly relationships in this follow-up to Bringing Maggie Home. Those looking for a gentle read that focuses on faith and evangelism may appreciate this, but the tidy ending strains credulity and Sean’s traditional views won’t resonate with everyone.

Beneath a Prairie Moon

Sawyer's (Bringing Maggie Home) prairie romance is laced with humor, danger, and unexpected plot twists. This light and fun novel will please readers who enjoy Tracie Peterson and Tamera Alexander.

Sweet Sanctuary

Recommended for readers favoring gentle fiction set on the World War II-era home front and fans of Tracie Peterson and Lauraine Snelling.

What Once Was Lost

Multiple award-winning Sawyer (Sweet Sanctuary; My Heart Remembers) has written another gentle historical sure to please fans and win new readers.

When Hope Blossoms

Mennonite Amy Knackstedt tries to escape the gossip surrounding her husband's death by moving her children to a small town in Kansas...

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