352 pages, 59 of 61 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Chock-full of the suspense and romantic tension readers have come to expect from Lynette Eason, When the Smoke Clears is the explosive first book in the Deadly Reunions series.
387 pages, 24 of 30 reviews are 4 or 5-star
The first in a new series from Kathy Herman, False Pretenses is a gripping suspense novel that leaves a lasting impression about honesty and accountability.
100 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
233 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
In this verse-by-verse commentary, Robert Gundry offers a fresh, literal translation and a reliable exposition of Scripture for today’s readers.
The Gospel of Mark counters the shame of Jesus’ crucifixion by showcasing Jesus’ power to perform miracles, cast out demons, teach authoritatively, best his opponents in debate, attract crowds, and predict the future.
Pastors, Sunday school teachers, small group leaders, and laypeople will welcome Gundry’s nontechnical explanations and clarifications. And Bible students at all levels will appreciate his sparkling interpretations.
314 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Will America become a police state? That was the question of the author in 1992. And with the TSA searching every airline passenger, it is even more valid today. The main character is John Turner, sheriff of Boise, Idaho’s Ada County, at a time when Western Civilization is tilted by total economic collapse and ruled by an oppressive, bankrupt, federal government. Just when Sheriff Turner (a baby boomer born at the end of WW-II) is about to retire his department is responsible to help investigate a gruesome crime which produces evidence pointing right back into its own department, with tentacles of evidence pointing towards the United States Senate and the White House. This book is unique because most of the flashback memories of Sheriff Turner are the real-life memories of the author Jim E. Reames who served as a patrolman on that same department when a young man. Today, Reames, holds a master’s degree in criminal justice administration who wrote his thesis on organized crime and international terrorism during the 9-11 period. He is employed as an information security expert for the United States federal government and co-owns a retail jewelry store located in Nampa, Idaho. “Valley” was written just as the Internet was about to be born, ten full years before 9-11, and most of its predictions are already history, with more to come. Now nearly twenty years old, this 1992 novel is still in focus with world reality.
99 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Two realities run parallel. A biker comes off his motorcycle. In one world Jarrad’s mother and an attentive nurse pray for his miraculous healing. In the other Jarrad lives and moves in a spirit world. Why is Meredith so concerned? What is this young biker to her? Can Jarrad live? Can he pull himself out of the blackness and return to reality or will he challenge the faith of his mother and drive the wedges of guilt into his friends for their own lives? Read on to find out.
242 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 3 or 5-star
Tracson Cordera and his cousin Billy were best friends. They’d built cattle ranches side by side during the gold rush years in Montana Territory. One spring day Trac made a foolish bet with his headstrong cousin. Billy was killed, leaving his young wife Janie a widow. Trac’s guilt and Janie’s hatred of him changed everything. He couldn’t stay and he couldn’t go, but one thing he knew…he could not abide Janie’s contempt.
There was one other secret he kept buried deep in his heart. She’d chosen Billy, but Trac had loved Janie from the moment he’d laid eyes on her when she was a young girl. And what could he do about that now?
367 pages, 10 of 20 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Five years after the Challenger disaster, NASA launched their newest space shuttle, Endeavor, in a dramatic return to space. But several moments after lift-off, Endeavor exploded over the ocean, taking the lives of all its crew members, and killing the United States’ space program.
It’s 2009, seventeen years after the Endeavor tragedy in 1992, and NASA has been made part of the Department of Defense. America’s civilian space program has been permanently discontinued for over fifteen years.
Daniel Marks, the Chief Programmer at a research facility in New Mexico, is working on a cutting-edge electromagnetic device. While developing the controller software for the device, an accident occurs and he suddenly finds himself back in his old life in 1992.
With his unique knowledge of the future, what should he do with his new life? Should he use his knowledge simply for personal gain, or should he risk his freedom and future to stop a national disaster before it happens?
Books that have been free multiple times previously
A Time to Heal by Barbara Cameron (Amish Fiction)
The Prayer of Agnes Sparrow by Joyce Magnin (Contemporary Fiction)
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