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The Rose and the Thistle

Readers who love Celtic settings will rejoice over this offering featuring bonny Scotland. For fans of historical fiction from the likes of Jocelyn Green, Michelle Griep, and Elizabeth Camden.
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The Secrets of Emberwild

This is a great pick for readers who like historical fiction and cozy mysteries with a strong female lead. Hand to fans of Carrie Turansky and Laura Frantz.
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The Extraordinary Deaths of Mrs. Kip

The themes of grace and faith are strong throughout and the topic of refugees is evergreen and will resonate with today’s readers. However, at times, the narrative style is detail filled and heavy on backstory, which makes for a more plodding read. May appeal to readers of character driven fiction.
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All That Fills Us

Recommended for inspirational fiction collections although readers who suffer from eating disorders may want to approach with care as the content can be potentially triggering.
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Life Flight

Fans of DiAnn Mills, Dani Pettrey, and Carrie Stuart Parks will be drawn to this suspense series.

A Heart Adrift

Fans of Christian historical fiction will delight in this sweet tome. Highly recommended.

The Lady of Galway Manor

Deibel (A Dance in Donegal) has found her rhythm, delivering a classic boy-meets-girl story that packs a powerful punch and avoids preachiness. The historical tale will ring true to readers looking to examine their own biases. Fans of Christian historical romance by Karen Witemeyer and Deanne Gist will enjoy this up-and-coming author.

Until Leaves Fall in Paris

Sundin (Where Twilight Breaks) is a master at her craft, and avid readers will devour this in one sitting. With meticulous historical research and an eye for both mystery and romance, Sundin rises to the top of World War II fiction in this latest novel with crossover appeal.
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The Girl Who Could Breathe Under Water

Emotions leap off the page in this deeply personal book from Bartels (All That We Carried) that explores abuse, rape, suicide, and the fluidity of memory. Expertly written, this is much darker than her other books but will draw readers into the minds of her characters.
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