The Passion of Eve

Remembering the End
By Edward N Brown

The Passion of Eve: Remembering the End by Edward N Brown is a unique approach to a story that we all have heard as we grew up. What do you think happened when Adam and Eve were thrown out of Eden? Adam and Eve’s son...

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The Emperor Strikes Back

Frederick II's War against his Vassals
By Helena P. Schrader

The Emperor Strikes Back: Frederick II's War Against His Vassals by Helena P. Schrader is a historical novel with a strong setting and compelling characters. Jerusalem is under the control of the Christians, thanks to the successful campaign of Emperor Frederick II. However, the barons...

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The Peregrine's Odyssey

Burnt Offerings - A Novel of Early Christianity
By Michael Kleinfall

Immersed in the world of ancient Rome, Michael Kleinfall’s epic, The Peregrine’s Odyssey, tells the story of the deep fraternal bond that develops between Gaius Segusiavus, “the Peregrine,” and Ignatius the Younger, both from wealthy merchant families, which outlasts even death. This work of historical...

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They Called Him Yeshua

The Story of the Young Jesus: How Jesus’s Unrecorded Years Shaped His Ministry
By Dr. Donald Brake and Shelly Beach

They Called Him Yeshua: The Story of the Young Jesus: How Jesus’ Unrecorded Years Shaped His Ministry by Dr. Donald Brake and Shelly Beach is a novel with powerful biblical themes, inspiring and hugely entertaining. In this story, the authors recreate the world of Jesus...

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The Songbird and the Secret

Of Time and Eternity
By Celena M. Janton

The Songbird and the Secret by Celena Marie Janton is a book about love, loyalty and second chances. Both historical and contemporary, this novel spans many generations with a central focus on two love stories – one in the past and the other in the...

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The Jericho Prophecy

By Fiona Tarr

The Jericho Prophecy by Fiona Tarr is biblical fiction based on the fall of Jericho. It has been forty years since the Israelites wandered in the desert, and they arrive in the land of the Canaanites, ready to claim the Promised Land under the leadership...

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The God of Our Ancestors

By Michael R. Adele

People of the Judeo-Christian faith are well versed in the story of Moses and how he led the people of Israel to freedom in the Promised Land. Those who read the Torah and the Old Testament of the Bible often question why God would not...

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The Daughters of Job

By Gardenia Yud

The Daughters of Job by Gardenia Yud is a fictional account of the lives of Job’s daughters. Job’s story is legendary, his life becomes a memorial to humanity. After his tragic losses, God blessed Job with prosperity, grace, and peace. The Almighty establishes an enduring...

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The Transmigrant

By Kristi Saare Duarte

What was Jesus’ early life like — the missing years of his life as a child? The Transmigrant by Kristi Saare Duarte provides an interesting narrative about the life of Yeshua, starting from AD I in Capernaum, Galilee. Jesus’ sense of the neighbor, his attention...

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The Tournament

By Susan Lowenberg

The Tournament by Susan Lowenberg is a Christian romance set in twelfth century England during the reign of King Henry II. The widowed Earl of Kentare has died, leaving seven young daughters behind. The King orders a tournament to choose a landless knight to wed...

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