Monday, April 27, 2015

New Releases - April 20 - 25

Dear Readers,

With Mother's day just around the corner, here are a few suggestions of books for that mother who loves to read.  (of course a gift card to Baker Book House is always great also. ;-)

Happy Reading,

Wilderness Rising - A.L. Shields - A church builder novel - To ransom a teen hacker, Bethany must find the Pilate Stone.  On the run from charges of terrorism, Bethany must rely on her wits and a little help from "The Garden."  A group that has it's own agenda and is willing to betray Bethany to achieve it.

A Love like Ours - Becky Wade - (from the backcover) Former Marine Jake Porter has far deeper scars that the ones that mark his face.  He struggles with symptoms of PTSD, lives a solitary life and avoids relationships.  That is until childhood friend Lyndie re-enters his life.

Amish Promises - Leslie Gould - Neighbors of Lancaster County #1 - Joel and Shani feel like the quiet neighborhood of Lancaster is a great place for Joel to heal from his tour in Iraq.  Their first meeting with their Amish neighbors is rocky when their son injures their son.  Just when things seem to settle down, Joel's handsome army buddy shows up and catches the eye of the oldest daughter next door.

No Place to Hide - Lynette Eason - #3 Hidden Identity - Jackie is shock to see her childhood friend on TV wanted for a connection to a terrorist plot.  She is ready to help in any way she can, but she maybe in over her head. 

Shadow of the Mountain - Exodus - Cliff Graham - Caleb awaits with the nation of Israel to attack the city of giants, Hebron.  As the warriors wait for the weather to clear, Caleb shares is story with a younger officer.  The one of how Yahweh had his hand on Caleb even before he believed.

As Water Gone By - Cynthia Ruchti - Emmalyn husband is serving a 5 year sentence.  She is struggling to survive a marriage while being alone.  A self-sentenced exile to Madeline Island may provide a roof over her head, but a home needs so much more than a roof and walls.

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