Island of Ruin, by Marti M. MacNair, is a brilliant dystopian novel. Twists and turns make you swing between light and dark, good and evil, or simply less evil.
Charlie Peach’s Pumpkins, by Jenny Sanders, is a wonderful book with stories to be enjoyed by everybody. The stories are brilliant, giving us all lots of pleasure.
The Heretic’s Daughter, by Michael Lynes, is a brilliant crime thriller set in 15th century Andalusia. Full of intrigue, tension and everything else a good read needs.
The Jesse Tree Anthology, compiled by Rachel Yarworth, is a wonderful way to look at the promises and prophesies leading up to the birth of Jesus.
The Bride, by Joy Margetts, is the beautiful story of Efa. Will she manage to overcome her heartbreak and grief? Can she trust God with all of her life?
Hunter’s Secret, by Val Penny, is a police thriller. DI Hunter Wilson has to confront memories best forgotten when another body disappears, thirty years after he experienced the same thing as a young boy. Is there a connection?
A Court at Constantinople, by Anthony Earth, is an intriguing read, set in historical Constantinople. Different lawyers clash, and is the Law always just?
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…
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, 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?