Friday, January 1, 2016

New Christian Fiction Releases for January 2016!

Here are the exciting releases for the new year! Quite a variety, with both novels and novellas, historical, suspense, and fantasy.


Historical:

Undaunted Hope Calico Spy  -     By: Margaret Brownley
With This Ring?, 4 in 1 Edition
Undaunted Hope by Jody Hedlund (Bethany House); Beacons of Hope, book 3 - late 1800's

After accepting a teaching position on the remote Upper Peninsula of Michigan, a young woman is pursued by both a lightkeeper's assistant and a student's father . . . and someone more sinister.


Calico Spy by Margaret Brownley (Barbour); Undercover Ladies, book 3 - late 1800's

A female Pinkerton agent goes undercover as a Harvey Girl, investigating the deaths of two other waitresses.


With This Ring? by Karen Witemeyer, Mary Connealy, Regina Jennings, and Melissa Jagears, (Bethany House) - late 1800's

This "novella collection of proposals gone awry" features four novellas on that theme


A Worthy Heart by Susan Anne Mason (Bethany House); Courage to Dream, book 2 - 1900's

Emigrating from Ireland, a young woman is fascinated by the one man her brother cannot accept - a convicted felon.
A Worthy Heart Mermaid Moon  -     By: Colleen Coble
Thin Ice
Mystery/Suspense:

Mermaid Moon by Colleen Coble (Thomas Nelson); Sunset Cove Novels, book 2

After receiving her father's last words in a phone call, a woman returns home to the coast of Maine, certain that her father was murdered, and the only man who can help her is the one whose heart she broke years before.


Thin Ice by Irene Hannon (Revell); Men of Valor, book 2

An FBI agent reopens a case when a woman receives a letter from her sister who was supposedly killed years before . . . but is she a pawn in this deadly game, or the target?
Merchant of Alyss

Fantasy:

Merchant of Alyss by Thomas Locke (Revell); Legends of the Realm, book 2

Though still recovering from his battles, a young man man must find a way to rescue his wife and community from a new and dangerous threat, if he can find the power to do so.

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