Death in a Shetland Lane, by Marsali Taylor, is the next book in the series, dealing with a suspicious looking accident. of course, Cass is involved…
I love books, so I would like to share with you some absolute must-reads!
The New Creatures – Olusola Sophia Anyanwu
The New Creatures, by Olusola Sophia Anyanwu, is the sequel to The Captive’s Crown. It follows the story of former prostitute Eliana who has become a follower of Jesus.
The First Cut – Val Penny
The First Cut, by Val Penny, is the first in the Jane Renwick series, a police thriller set in Scotland. Will one of Jane’s siblings turn out to have dealt with trauma in a terrible way?
Becoming Queen Bathsheba – Amanda Bedzrah
Becoming Queen Bathsheba, by Amanda Bedzrah, is the story of David and Bathsheba. This beautiful novel keeps you turning pages, even when knowing the story.
Mission in Malmö – Torquil MacLeod @McNidderGrace @lovebookstours
Mission in Malmö, by Torquil MacLeod, is a police thriller. Will Anita solve the case, or will it come back to bite her many years later…
Beneath the Tamarisk Tree – Rob Seabrook
Beneath the Tamarisk Tree, by Rob Seabrook, is a fictional take on the penitent thief on the cross. Did Jesus keep His promise?
The Silencer – Paul Alkazraji @paul_alkazraji @lovebookstours
The Silencer, by Paul Alkazraji, is a gripping story set in Albania. As a missionary is trying to publish a book, will he manage to succeed?
The Prison Letters – Matt McChlery
The Prison Letters, by Matt McChlery, is the second Lent devotional I reviewed. This beautiful book is helpful and accessible.
Secret Code Games for Clever Kids – Gareth Moore @DrGarethMoore @BusterBooks @lovebookstours
Secret Code Games for Clever Kids, by Dr Gareth Moore, is a brilliant book with brain teasers and puzzles. It is varied and fun.
40 Days With Labyrinths – Fay Rowland
4o Days with Labyrinths is a wonderful Lent devotional, using labyrinths to walk through Lent on paper.