Wednesday, September 30, 2015

October 2015 Christian fiction releases

The (in my opinion) exciting Christian fiction releases for October 2015:

Reviews to come!

Historical:
Luther and Katharina: A Novel of Love and Rebellion  -     By: Jody Hedlund
Fire and Ice A Respectable Actress  -     By: Dorothy Love
Luther and Katherina by Jody Hedlund (WaterBrook) - Medieval

With a focus on the romance, this story is based on the real love story between Martin Luther and the runaway nun Katharina von Bora.


Fire and Ice by Mary Connealy (Bethany House) - Reconstruction; Wild At Heart, book 3

A female homesteader who has been posing as a man since fighting in the War Between States is caught out by her neighbor, a man who needs access through her land to provide for his own cattle.


A Respectable Actress by Dorothy Love (Thomas Nelson) - Late 1800's

And actress is accused of murder when one of her fellow actors is shot onstage, and a southern lawyer agrees to defend and protect her.


"Toward the Sunrise" by Elizabeth Camden (Bethany House) - Late 1800's; Until the Dawn e-novella prequel

After her expulsion from medical college, an impulsive young woman finds herself relying on her family's attorney for help.


A Refuge at Highland Hall by Carrie Turansky (Multnomah) - Edwardian; Edwardian Brides, book 3

In the midst of WWI, a young British woman helps harbor orphans at her family's estate, only to learn caring for them is more difficult than she was anticipating.
Toward the Sunrise: An Until the Dawn Novella - eBook  -     By: Elizabeth Camden
NEW! #3: A Refuge at Highland Hall   -     By: Carrie Turansky
Vendetta
Mystery/Suspense:

Vendetta by Lisa Harris (Revell); Nikki Boyd Files, book 1
Murder at the Courthouse
An investigator in the missing persons task force discovers that her current case holds distinct similarities to the disappearance of her own sister years before.


Murder at the Courthouse by A. H. Gabhart (Revell); The Hidden Springs Mysteries, book 1

Happily for the deputy sheriff, nothing ever happens in his small hometown--until  body is discovered on the courthouse steps in this cozy mystery.

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