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    Fiction Review
     
    Desperate-Measures

    Desperate Measures

    Fans of mysteries will be swept up in the non-stop action in Sandra Orchard’s ending to her Port Aster trilogy.
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Classics
     
    Classics Revisited-Nonfiction

    Confessions of St. Augustine (AD 397-400)

    There is something about the writings of a person who lived at a time when so much of the foundation of Christianity was laid that is just awesome.
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    Fiction Review
     
    In Firefly Valley-Amanda Cabot

    In Firefly Valley

    I really appreciate Cabot’s attention to her characters' spiritual lives. I love reading books where the characters experience real life difficulties and still keep going back to God...
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Fiction Review
     
    As Love Blooms-Lorna Seilstad

    As Love Blooms

    With delightful characters and a powerful spiritual analogy, the final book in The Gregory Sisters series will waltz right into your heart and onto your keeper shelf.
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Fiction Review
     
    The Choosing-Rachelle Dekker

    The Choosing

    This is not a light read but rather a thinking novel . . . be prepared to engage with some deep questions.
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Classics
     
    Classics Revisited-Music

    Sticks and Stones (1990)

    Like an onion, this album has so many musical, emotional and spiritual layers that I've spent 20 years peeling it and haven't reached the core. If I'm ever stranded on a desert island with just one CD to listen to for the rest ...
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    Fiction Review
     
    Trial by Twelve

    Trial by Twelve

    I would recommend this book for anyone who wants a cozy mystery like Lorena McCourtney mixed in with the overarching family dynamics of Karen Kingsbury.
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Nonfiction Review
     
    Big ocean wave breaking the shore

    Jesus Was an Airborne Ranger

    McDougall makes interesting parallels between the life of Christ and the training and service of Airborne Rangers, since he is one he is definitely qualified to write this unique story.
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Fiction Review
     
    The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest

    The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest

    I was expecting a young adult novel. This one is decidedly more grown up, however, and I would recommend it for older teens (16+) and adults only due to some of the content.
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Fiction Review
     
    Huckleberry Harvest-Jennifer Beckstrand

    Huckleberry Harvest

    The book is hysterically funny and touching at once, perhaps the best one in the series yet.
     
     
     
     
     
     
  •  
     
    Fiction Review
     
    Desperate-Measures

    Desperate Measures

    Fans of mysteries will be swept up in the non-stop action in Sandra Orchard’s ending to her Port Aster trilogy.
     
     
     
     
     
     
  •  
     
    Classics
     
    Classics Revisited-Nonfiction

    Confessions of St. Augustine (AD 397-400)

    There is something about the writings of a person who lived at a time when so much of the foundation of Christianity was laid that is just awesome.
  •  
     
    Fiction Review
     
    In Firefly Valley-Amanda Cabot

    In Firefly Valley

    I really appreciate Cabot’s attention to her characters' spiritual lives. I love reading books where the characters experience real life difficulties and still keep going back to God...
     
     
     
     
     
     
  •  
     
    Fiction Review
     
    As Love Blooms-Lorna Seilstad

    As Love Blooms

    With delightful characters and a powerful spiritual analogy, the final book in The Gregory Sisters series will waltz right into your heart and onto your keeper shelf.
     
     
     
     
     
     
  •  
     
    Fiction Review
     
    The Choosing-Rachelle Dekker

    The Choosing

    This is not a light read but rather a thinking novel . . . be prepared to engage with some deep questions.
     
     
     
     
     
     
  •  
     
    Classics
     
    Classics Revisited-Music

    Sticks and Stones (1990)

    Like an onion, this album has so many musical, emotional and spiritual layers that I've spent 20 years peeling it and haven't reached the core. If I'm ever stranded on a desert island with just one CD to listen to for the rest ...
  •  
     
    Fiction Review
     
    Trial by Twelve

    Trial by Twelve

    I would recommend this book for anyone who wants a cozy mystery like Lorena McCourtney mixed in with the overarching family dynamics of Karen Kingsbury.
     
     
     
     
     
     
  •  
     
    Nonfiction Review
     
    Big ocean wave breaking the shore

    Jesus Was an Airborne Ranger

    McDougall makes interesting parallels between the life of Christ and the training and service of Airborne Rangers, since he is one he is definitely qualified to write this unique story.
     
     
     
     
     
     
  •  
     
    Fiction Review
     
    The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest

    The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest

    I was expecting a young adult novel. This one is decidedly more grown up, however, and I would recommend it for older teens (16+) and adults only due to some of the content.
     
     
     
     
     
     
  •  
     
    Fiction Review
     
    Huckleberry Harvest-Jennifer Beckstrand

    Huckleberry Harvest

    The book is hysterically funny and touching at once, perhaps the best one in the series yet.