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12 Dec Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: River’s Call

Review: River’s Call

Review: River’s Call

River’s Call by Melody Carlson Reviewed by: Jennifer Roman Genre: chick lit, Christian Publisher: Abingdon Press Publication Date: February 2012 Anna is the mother of college-age Lauren in the Pacific Northwest at the end of the 1950s. When Lauren calls home and tells her mother how sick she is, Anna convinces Lauren to come home […]

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09 Nov Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: Undead

Review: Undead

Review: Undead

Undead by Clay Morgan Reviewed by: Caitlin Muir Genre: Christian Living Publisher: Abingdon Press Publication Date: September 2012 The fact is, if you live, you’ll die. And once you accept that, a whole lot of questions come up. But what about…the Undead? With zombies, vampires, and the supernaturally sketchy enjoying a higher popularity percentage than many […]

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15 May Posted by in Reviews | 1 comment

Review: Cooking the Books

Review: Cooking the Books

Cooking the Books: A Sloane Templeton Mystery by Bonnie S Calhoun Reviewer: Lori Twichell, Radiant Lit Genre: Christian Mystery Publisher: Abingdon Press Publication Date: April 2012 Sloane Templeton is a woman who appears to have her life nicely in order. She’s got a successful business that was handed down to her after her mother’s passing. […]

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17 Apr Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: Wildflowers of Terezin

Review: Wildflowers of Terezin

Review: Wildflowers of Terezin

Wildflowers of Terezin by Robert Elmer Reviewed by Caryn Schulenberg, Guest Blogger Genre: Fiction, Historical Fiction Publisher: Abingdon Press Publication Dates: April, 2010 We have all heard about the Holocaust, studied about it even, and know full well the level of hate that lived in heart of Adolf Hitler, but there is a gripping anguish […]

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15 Sep Posted by in Reviews | 1 comment

Review: From Ashes to Honor

Review: From Ashes to Honor

From Ashes to Honor (First Responders, Book 1) by Loree Lough Reviewed by Renee Chaw, Radiant Lit Genre: Fiction, Contemporary Publisher: Abingdon Press Publication Date: September 2011 September 11, 2011 forever changed the lives of so many Americans, none more so than the first responders and emergency personnel in New York City. Austin Finley lost […]

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