Waiting for the Light by Carol Pratt Bradley

Genre: Historical Fiction
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Page count: 290
Dimensions: 6 x 9
ISBN: 9781937178925
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Three thousand Jews have been brought as hostages to Babylon, as King Nebuchadnezzar continues his subjugation of the land of Judah. Daniel, now governor of the province of Babylon, is in a position to aid his people as they resettle outside of the ancient city of Nippur.

Daniel and Sarai are briefly reunited after eight long years of separation, but obstacles remain before they can be together. Daniel must secure permission to marry from King Nebuchadnezzar, whose increasingly erratic behavior has Daniel fearing for the king’s sanity and for the safety of his people.

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Risen by Eric Trant

Genre: Historical Supernatural Fiction
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Page count: 268
Dimensions: 5″x 8″
ISBN: 978-1-937178-91-8
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Haunted by visions of a demonic angel and sold into servitude by his father, young Alberto battles to survive the horrors of a nineteenth century Sicilian sulfur mine.

Suffering merciless brutality, Alberto must save not only himself but his deformed older brother, both pawns in their father’s mad plan to overthrow a group of wealthy landowners.

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Fire of the Word by Carol Pratt Bradley

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Genre: Historical Fiction

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Page count: 256
Dimensions: 6″x 9″
ISBN: 978-1-937178-78-9

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Young English noblewoman, Anne Ayscough, lived during the turbulent times of Henry VIII, when Protestant reformist ideas clashed violently against entrenched Catholicism.

Yet many, especially the wealthy, owned William Tyndale’s New Testament, including the household of Sir William Ayscough in Lincolnshire. In her family home, Anne grew in an atmosphere of openness, gleaning new ideas from her brothers who were educated at Cambridge, a hotbed of Protestant ideals.

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Even When Trapped Behind Clouds by Patty Somlo

Even when Trapped behind Clouds L Genre: Memoir
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Page count: 255
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ISBN: 978-1-937178-75-8
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The daughter of an often-absent career Air Force officer and a depressed alcoholic mother, Patty Somlo grows up constantly on the move. Incapable of finding a permanent home, developing long-term relationships, or even learning to drive, Somlo continues through adulthood adrift.

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Steps by Eric Trant

Steps_CVR_MED Genre: Speculative Fiction
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Page count: 284
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ISBN: 978-1-937178-68-0
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Society is falling to a ravaging virus, and the Peacemaker family is stranded in the mountains of Arkansas. Forced to band with a group of deserted soldiers, they battle to survive starvation, apocalyptic cataclysms, and a growing number of dangerously infected wanderers.

As their dwindling number struggles against ever-increasing odds, they realize they are not alone in the wilderness. A large creature is present in the hills, at first seen only as a fleeting shadow.

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Light of the Candle by Carol Pratt Bradley

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Genre: Historical Fiction

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Page count: 274
Dimensions: 5″ x 8″
ISBN: 978-1-937178-65-9

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As a young nobleman at the court of Jerusalem, Daniel’s life is one of privilege. His childhood friend, Sarai, is betrothed to him. Sarai’s future also stretches securely before her. She will marry the boy she loves and they will live together in their beloved homeland.

But outside the city gates waits Judah’s conqueror, Nebuchadnezzar, prince of Babylon, who demands a heavy price for peace. He takes treasures from the great temple of Jerusalem and hostages from among the promising young scholars, who will serve him in the court at Babylon.

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The Wrong Magic by Ken La Salle

WrongMagic_CVR_MED Genre: Literary Fiction
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Page count: 281
Dimensions: 5.5″x 8.5″
ISBN: 978-1-937178-64-2
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Good relationships take a certain kind of magic to succeed, and what Alex Petroya seems to have is the wrong magic.

After his wife Stephanie leaves, Alex has one place left to go: the pink house his parents left to him in Cambria, California. After moving in, he discovers a box filled with unfinished stories Stephanie had written during their marriage.

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Deep River Burning by Donelle Dreese

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Genre: New Adult
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Page count: 270
Dimensions: 5″ x 8″”
ISBN: 978-1-937178-62-8

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Denver Oakley’s home town of Adena, Pennsylvania has become a world on fire. The abandoned coal mines underneath the town are a blazing inferno, the escaping smoke and gases killing vegetation and making residents sick. Denver, who recently lost her parents, feels adrift and alone. She sells the family home, drops out of college and takes refuge in Isabel Beach, North Carolina. There, white, scalloped beaches and a coastal wildlife sanctuary provide Denver with a sense of belonging and a new focus.

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Afraid of Everything by Karen Jones Gowen

AfraidOf_CVR_MED Genre: Contemporary Women’s Fiction
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Page count: 285
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ISBN: 978-1-937178-59-8
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Helena Carr is afraid of everything. After a crisis at work, she quits her job and feels lost. It’s time for a serious change, to beat the extreme anxiety that has plagued her since childhood. Something different, unplanned and radical. Sell her house, move to a foreign location, turn her life upside down in an effort to end the emotionally paralyzing fear.

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A Mississippi Whisper by Paul H. Yarbrough

MississippiWhisper_CVR_MED Genre: Literary Fiction
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Page count: 298
Dimensions: 5.5″x8.5″
ISBN: 978-1-937178-58-1
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Ten-year-old Charlie McCoy and his friends are curious about the fire up at the abandoned house on the outskirts of town. Since the grown-ups aren’t saying much, and anything really interesting spoken in shushed tones, the boys may need to do a little digging on their own. Meanwhile, they avoid the specter of school looming in their immediate futures with playing ball, fishing, and discussing which business to start: junk collecting or selling rabbit tobacco.

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