Island of Fog (Book 1), by Keith Robinson. (Still free?)
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224 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 36 reviews.
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212 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 49 reviews.
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"This one goes on the shelf of favorites. Creative Spirit tells the story of artists drawn to an Appalachian Manor house owned by the late Ephram Korban, for a quiet retreat. The isolation of the house and folkways of the locals create the perfect setting. Nicholson lets us know that things aren't going to go well from the first page. He deftly exposes each character's motives for really attending the retreat, creating the suspense and atmosphere that I have come to expect in his books. The pacing in the book reminded me of Straub's Ghost Story because little by little Nicholson weaves the past into the present and you just can't stop reading until you get the whole story. This is one of my favorite Scott Nicholson books and one I recommend to readers who want to try his work." -- Connie Brentford
337 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 49 reviews.
All The Way Home (Historical Fiction Best Sellers), by Ann Tatlock. (Still free?)
"Readers who are jaded and skeptical about the quality of Christian novels will find Tatlock's fictional exploration of racial discrimination, hatred and the human heart a fine example of the progress being made in the category. It's a memoir-like tale of Augusta Augie Schuler Callahan, an eight-year-old German-Irish girl growing up in California who, as the youngest of six in an abusive and alcoholic family, informally adopts Sunny Yamagata and her Japanese-American family as her own in the late 1930s. War soon separates Augie from her beloved friends, who are deported to an American internment camp for Japanese-Americans. Tatlock (A Room of My Own; A Place Called Morning) adeptly traces the girls' journey of faith with a light and sometimes humorous touch." -- Publisher's Weekly
640 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 28 reviews.
The Adventure Tournament (The Adventurers), by Nicholas Andrews. (Still free?)
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313 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 8 reviews.
At Large (Josephine Fuller Mysteries), by Lynne Murray. (Still free?)
"Queen-sized investigator Josephine Fuller has an appealing (i.e., not self-deprecating) sense of humor; moreover she's comfortable with her body and confident in her abilities. In her third adventure (after Large Target and Larger Than Death), she wrestles with the murder of her ex-husband's girlfriend, angry vibes disturbing her apartment and a sleazy ex-con who's wormed his way into the heart and bed of her friend Maxine. The loosely constructed plot allows Seattle-based Josephine ample room to explore romance and to consort with a cast of unusual and sometimes amusing characters." -- Publisher's Weekly
288 pages, with a 4-star rating from 3 reviews.
Beauty Gone Wild! Herbal Recipes for Gorgeous Skin & Hair (Herbs Gone Wild!), by Diane Kidman. (Still free?)
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96 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 27 reviews.
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