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Lone Star Trail

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

"Bile rose in Jud’s throat at the thought. His father had died to make Texas free from Mexico—and now these Germans wanted to make it over in their image."

Lone Star Trail, by...

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Dec 23, 14

Yankee in Atlanta

This Review Submitted by Vics Media

Jocelyn Green in her new book, “Yankee In Atlanta book coverYankee In Atlanta” Book Three in the Heroines Behind the Lines series published by River North Fiction takes us into the life of Caitlin...

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Dec 22, 14

Church Behind the Wire

This Review Submitted by mazzou

One cannot survive the genocide of one's own people and not know something is terribly wrong with all of humanity. Barnabas Mam ''Church Behind the Wire pg. 28

One cannot...

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Dec 22, 14

The Person Called You

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"The Person Called You" by Bill Hendricks is a great title for anyone wanting to find and use their giftedness, especially for God's glory. The book is around 225 pages, is very...

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Dec 19, 14

Ranger's Trail, A

This Review Submitted by JamesBPate

Darlene Franklin. A Ranger’s Trail. Chicago: Moody Publishers, 2012. See here for Moody’s page about the book.

A Ranger’s Trail is part of the Texas Trails series, also known as the...

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Dec 19, 14

In the Field of Grace

This Review Submitted by thenerdherdreads

I've read quite a few Ruth stories, but this one still managed to seem different and unique and captivated me. I love my Biblical retellings, and this one was no different.

I liked how...

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Dec 17, 14

If the Shoe Fits

This Review Submitted by thenerdherdreads

This was a cute and hilarious story. I love my modernized fairytales, and this was no exception. It was light, fluffy, and sweet. Of course, it wasn't all fluffy, as it had deeper themes and...

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Dec 17, 14

Captive Trail

This Review Submitted by JamesBPate

Susan Page Davis. Captive Trail. Chicago: Moody Publishers, 2011. See here for Moody’s page about the book.

Captive Trail is part of the Texas Trails series, also known as the Morgan...

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Dec 16, 14

True Woman 101: Divine Design

This Review Submitted by gcwfarmgirl

I am really loving this book!
True Woman leads readers on a biblical journey showing them God's original design-showing them His design was perfect.
This is an eight-week bible...

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Dec 14, 14

David and Bathsheba

This Review Submitted by jerisrealreviews

Roberta Kells Dorr wrote this timeless story of two of God's people, one a king and one a commoner, as the passionate emotional ride that it surely was. She takes us on the intense life...

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Dec 10, 14

This Review Submitted by maryannb

We are in a huge battle every day. It surrounds us, we live in a world enclosed in sin. With our fallen nature, we live encircled by adultery, fornication, uncleanliness, heresies, witchcraft...

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Dec 10, 14

The Marriage You've Always Wanted

This Review Submitted by gcwfarmgirl

This book is so easy and quick to read. I want to describe this book as short and sweet, but it's not really either.
It's short compared to other relationship books, and by sweet I...

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Dec 9, 14

Just Do Something

This Review Submitted by ParkerBookReviews

Just Do Something by Kevin DeYoung is a wonderful short book that addresses an area of thought that needs correction in the lives of many Christians. It is far to easy to walk into a Christian...

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Dec 8, 14

Lone Star Trail

This Review Submitted by fashionbythebook

Jud Mogan's father died fighting for Texas independence, so when Germans begin to move in his beloved state, Jud fears that they will try to take over. Wande and her family move into Texas,...

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Dec 7, 14

Yankee in Atlanta

This Review Submitted by hes7

Yankee in Atlanta is another fantastic historical novel from Jocelyn Green. As the third installment of her Heroines Behind the Battlelines series, it easily maintains the standard Green has...

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Dec 7, 14

On the Shoulders of HObbits

This Review Submitted by TheophilusGirls

C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien.
There are so many books written about these men and their work, and I own a selection myself: "The A to Z of C. S. Lewis" by Colin Duriez, "...

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Dec 5, 14

Captive Trail

This Review Submitted by Aidyl Ewoh

Why I chose the book:

I've enjoyed stories about Native Americans pretty much since I can remember. Goodness, one of my dreams is to live for a year in a tipi. With wifi, of course....

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Dec 4, 14

When Helping Hurts

This Review Submitted by benbirdsong

“Does our desire to help those in need cause us to really hurt those in need because we are not thoughtful in our approach to their needs?” This is the haunting question that Steve Corbett and...

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Dec 4, 14

Cassie & Caleb Discover God's Wonderful Design

This Review Submitted by emilyparrino

I’m going to partially blame myself for misunderstanding what this book was. When I saw the siblings frolicking across stones in a frog pond on the cover of Cassie & Caleb Discover God’s...

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Dec 4, 14

Winning the Battle

This Review Submitted by Aidyl Ewoh

About the book:

When Alec starts 5th grade he's a little upset that his dad is now the principle and therefore he'll have to deal with getting picked on by the other kids. With...

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Dec 2, 14