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Hiding her Catholic past,Julia must pretend to be “born again” for her Christian housemates–EMT Mark and his church-lady mom. Their place is within walking distance (cough, stalking distance) of Dylan, her latest musician crush. But she could lose her chance at real love. Not just with a guy. But with God.
Emily’s the kind of girl Dan’s always dreamed of–sweet, smart, and sincere. But he’s made a mess of his life and ruined his chances for earning the love and trust of a woman like her. Will he ever be free from his shady past and the ex-girlfriend who refuses to stay there?
With the arrival of a letter, seventh grader Kameron Boyd learns that he and several others have been selected as potential heirs to a fortune. He just has to solve a series of seven riddles to find the treasure before the other students. If he succeeds, he’ll become heir to a fortune that could save his school.
Someone is killing the rich and famous residents of Telluride, Colorado, and the medical investigator, Dr. Jane Wallace, is on a collision course with the murderer. Compelled by profound loss and injustice, Jane will risk her own life to protect others from vengeful death, even as she exacts a high price from those who have destroyed her world.
A former gang member has tracked down the man who ratted out his brother 10 years ago. It’s time for some good old-fashioned revenge, except the man in question is crippled. And he’s a priest. And no one’s going to let him go down without a fight.
Kevin Farrell is a jaded police officer trying to save three homeless children. But it’s three nights before Christmas, and the only one he can ask for help is his brother Jay, a disabled priest. The catch? He and his brother have been estranged because after all the evil he’s seen, Kevin cannot believe in God.
A blaring fire alarm wakens teen students from Chisbrook Hall girls boarding school in the dead of night, but the real nightmare is just beginning.
Because ‘al-Qabda’ are taking them all away.
Whether they want to go or not.
Four years ago, Charlene Perigard survived a brutal kidnapping. Now sinister threats, a midnight attack, and a deathbed promise drive her to the little town of Creekside, where she encounters a man from her past whom she has long struggled to forget. Charlene’s wounded heart must choose between her fiancé and the man whose past is more scarred than her own. But in choosing, she may just lose everything.
In this gripping thriller, two men from the Northern Irish underworld are
recruited by an enigmatic stranger for a shadowy operation. The job seems too good to
be true; in fact, it seems to be barely a crime. But as the law of unintended consequences kicks in, so do life-and-death consequences, not only for themselves, but for the whole world.
Can a rose survive in winter?
Rebecca Veritas is a new college graduate, eager to pursue her dreams as a clinical psychologist. As she adjusts to her new surroundings in the big city of Los Angeles, she finds solace in a mysterious antique bookstore. Yet, as her thoughts still linger on someone from her past, she is unaware that the present has the potential to haunt her the most.
Heidi Ray has a decision to make. It’s a decision she probably should have made before she accepted the engagement ring. But Tyler is a good man. Why wouldn’t she want to marry him? After much prayer and reflection, several of Heidi’s relationships begin to look different.
A young man’s normal work week is interrupted by an assignment from his employer: He will be interviewing a guest by the name of Mr. Jesus Christ.
When Charlene’s twin brother disappears and a ransom note shows up, her world is shattered. Fearing the worst, she determines to find her brother before it’s too late. Her quest hurls her into a twisted, frigid world of icy terror.
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Championship snowboarder Jake has been dragged by his parents to a middle-of-nowhere town in Colorado, where he meets Sophie. Smart and savvy, she has no patience for his inflated ego. Can Jake and Sophie work out their differences to discover what’s really been happening at the abandoned silver mine? Follow them into secret tunnels as they unravel the mystery and challenge each other to become who God wants them to be.
Chris loves Rebecca and her innocence, but he’s confounded by her emotional scars. With the counsel of their friend Father John, can Rebecca and Chris overcome every obstacle and bridge the deepening gulf between them? Or will a crucial lapse in judgment and its repercussion end their relationship?
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Father Frank, Syd’s pastor, and Georgia Peitz, another member of his church, don’t believe Syd committed suicide. The more clues Father Frank and Georgia uncover, the more danger they find themselves in. Can they find the real killer before they become victims?
An accident on the highway sends David on a detour that will ultimately result in him spending the weekend in Spring River, a small farming community where many of the local farmers are facing foreclosure. Is David’s arrival in Spring River purely happenstance, or is there a reason for him to be there? Through prayer and learning to surrender to God’s will, David is shown the path that God has for him.
Selena De La Cruz would like to leave the past behind as she plans her wedding…but the past no longer sleeps. In 1993, a Cardinal was murdered in Mexico at the Guadalajara Airport. Nearly twenty years later, the Vatican revisits an old murder case involving a Cardinal…and finds that Selena’s family might have played a key role. Selena is forced to confront her family’s ghosts…in more ways than one.
It’s not really cheating if it’s only a fantasy, right? But Maggie loses control of the fantasy as lust becomes love, and things she believed confined to her own imagination are somehow known to her spectral lover. A harmless mind game spins out of control and threatens the sanctity of Maggie’s greatest treasure–her family.
Note: Contains strong language and sexual content. Not appropriate for readers under 18.
“CLOSE THE CAMPGROUND SATURDAY. THIS IS YOUR ONLY WARNING. YOUR LIFE IS IN DANGER.” So reads the note shoved under the door of the Black Horse Campground store as Corrie Black and her staff celebrate the first “no vacancy” day of the season.
Spring brings change, especially in bustling Manhattan. Downtown, a cheerful pastry cook charms the reticent soldier next door. Uptown, a young heiress with a complicated past weighs a courtship with a handsome baseball player. In Midtown, a married couple learns the sparks that come with building a life together. One city and three couples bind this sweet novella together.
Angela’s Song by AnnMarie Creedon
Widow and mother of three, Angela ‘Jel’ Cooke is full of regret about her marriage to her late husband. . . When Jack Bartolomucci walks into her life, he challenges Angela to face her demons head on. What follows is a poignant, sometimes hilarious tale of hope and healing.
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Christopher by David Athey
Young Christopher Lagorio sees the grandeur of God in the vast Minnesota sky, and in its cold lakes and dark forests. When a Catholic girl introduces him to the Eucharist, Christopher falls in love with her and with the mystery of the Church, but lacks sufficient faith to convert. Haunted by the heavenly, yet born of this earth, Chris grows toward manhood seeking to discover and become worthy of the perfect girl, but yearning even more to satisfy his God-hunger.
Mary Catherine Whelihan made it out of Walkerville alive once before. Can she pull it off this time? Bullies, sexual harassment, finding a corpse in the local creek…. Cate’s childhood in 1980s Walkerville was murder! So what could possibly tempt her to return? A cryptic email from Eugene Marcasian, MD, her grade school crush, might do the trick.
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Fatherless (American Tragedy in Trilogy Book 1 by Brian J. Gail
Called a book of the century, powerful, gripping, deeply moving, hauntingly beautiful, masterfully done, a must read and a freight train page turner! An intensely human tour of the great spiritual battles in the US Catholic church during the late 20th century.
Motherless (American Tragedy in Trilogy Book 2) by Brian J. Gail
Father John Sweeney, pastor of a small catholic parish on Philadelphia’s storied Main Line, is drawn into an apocalyptic vortex through the lives of parishioners Maggie Kealey, Michael Burns and Joe Delgado. Without warning they are ushered through the back door of the Revolution where they discover human embryos being created in laboratories and frozen in cryogenic freezers for a global black market.
The Father’s Tale by Michael O’Brien
Canadian bookseller Alex Graham is a middle-age widower whose quiet life is turned upside down when his college-age son disappears without any explanation or trace of where he has gone. With minimal resources, the father begins a long journey that takes him for the first time away from his safe and orderly world.
The Fatima Code by Jack Sky
Sometime in the near future, a rogue Pope, Kefa, receives a vision and is directed to establish an Ark for Mary–a series of survival compounds for the remaining Faithful of what’s left of the Church. With his two assistants, a Priest and a young Nun–Frank and Maria–Kefa sets off to begin building small Marks (Mary’s Arks) all over the world.
Divers are disappearing without a trace near San Clemente Island in California. Ms.Terry Ho, Public Relations Ambassador of the California Aquarium, is called by the sheriff’s office to investigate. A blurry picture of a colorful sea creature and two audio cassettes of its swimming patterns are all the clues she has to solve this mystery. Parallel to her investigation, the US Navy has engaged renowned white shark expert, Dr. Storm Hancock, in a confidential research regarding these bizarre disappearances.
Expanding on the scene of the Crucifixion as described in the Gospel of St. Luke, The Good Thief recreates the life of the penitent thief in an accessible, modern-day setting, providing the reader an empathetic glimpse into the meaning of this enigmatic Bible character.
How Firm a Foundation by Marcus Grodi
Stephen LaPointe believed in Jesus. For him, the Bible was the only sufficient, firm foundation for his life. He wanted to obey God in all things, and had given up a career to become an ordained minister. He loved to preach the Word and knew that one day he would stand before God, accountable for everything he preached. But there was one problem: How could he be certain that what he was preaching was true?
Pillar and Bulwark (sequel to How Firm a Foundation) by Marcus Grodi
After nearly losing his life to an assassin, Stephen LaPointe resigned from his pastorate as a Congregational minister. He made this radical decision as the result of a crisis of truth. This decision had many immediate ramifications for his vocation, his career, and most significantly for his marriage and family. Now a year later, no one knows where he is.
Twenty-year-old Rebecca Veritas is used to being different, but has never felt extraordinary. She is a Dreamer, living in a world of poetry intermixed with the antics of her unique family and eccentric best friend Adriana. When she meets Peter, a young student from Canada who seems somehow to understand her from the start, her perception changes.
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In-Sight by Gerard D. Webster
In-Sight is the story of fall, forgiveness, and redemption. Most of all, it’s the story of a lost son coming home. Although realistic in its portrayal of evil, it relates the victory of deeply instilled family values over seemingly impossible odds. If you champion those same values, cheer for the underdog, and believe that a Power Greater than ourselves has a hand in destiny, IN-SIGHT is for you!
The Soul Reader: A Novel of Suspense (The sequel to In-Sight) by Gerard D. Webster
The two people Ward McNulty most wished he could forget were the woman he once loved and the man he still hated. It is a year after his father’s murder when Carrie asks Ward to assist her in writing a book about the North Beach Project, the money-laundering scheme that led to his father’s death.
Dominic has been released from prison after serving time for the accident that claimed his best friend’s life and destroyed his future. As he travels through his neighborhood headed home, rain starts to fall, forcing him into a church and an encounter that just may restore his life.
The emotional struggle of Paul’s same-sex attraction, the guilt he feels, and his ambivalence toward his Catholic faith all come together in this look inside the heart of a tortured man.
Little Flowers by Kathryn Lively
A doctor known for performing abortions – murdered. A teenage honor student from a good Catholic family – pregnant. A barren young woman soured on relationships – unwilling to love. One bullet, one week changes the lives of so many people. Discover which of life’s “little flowers” bloom in the face of adversity and strengthen through hope and forgiveness.
Octave Of All Souls by Robert Eady
A woman considered mad by many local townspeople due to an earlier very public suicide attempt, visits the local cemetery for eight days in November to pray for and help send to heaven those who have died the previous year. After returning from the cemetery, she writes letters to a friend in Brazil describing everything she knows about the deceased townsfolk she has prayed for, thereby laying bare the soul of a small, Ontario town.
One Baby Rose by Jim Bello
Faced with unspeakable tragedies, Nikki McCord takes dangerous steps to reconcile her crumbling life. When Damien LeRoux, a handsome stranger, pays her one thousand dollars for a single dying rose, Nikki is determined to learn why.
Rachel’s Contrition by Michelle Buckman
Rachel Winters had nothing, won it all, and then lost everything. After the death of her daughter, grief-spawned delusions cause Rachel to lose her husband, her home, and custody of her son. Help arrives from two unlikely sources: a young teen, Lilly, battling her own demons, and a tattered holy card depicting Saint Therese of Lisieux. As Rachel grows closer to Lilly and comes to know Saint Therese, unbidden memories from her edgy past reveal fearful mysteries of seduction, madness, and murder . . . and a truth that will haunt her forever.
Minutes before the biggest Notre Dame football game in decades, the Fighting Irish campus is sent into shock. A bloodied and bruised young woman stumbles from the bedroom of a Notre Dame priest, collapsing amidst the game day crowd. On the other side of campus, law student George DeMarco encounters the primary suspect, Father Sean Finnegan, fleeing the university grounds.
An ancient group of twelve unspeakably powerful men are prepared to implement mass suicide in the United States. Already in control of the Congress and the Presidency, all that they lack is the Supreme Court. The only thing standing between these SONS OF CAIN and the lives of the Court is a small group of dedicated warriors.
After three heartbreaking miscarriages, Tom and Jenny Callahan are happily anticipating the birth of their sixth child. Their neighbor, however, is secretly hatching a sinister plot which will find Jenny and her unborn baby fighting for their lives.