The Illusionist’s Apprentice by Kristy Cambron

Can a person truly bury the past? Wren Lockhart has spent most of her life trying to do just that. On the vaudeville stages of Boston in the early 1900’s, training under master illusionist Harry Houdini, she has created a new life for herself. But when the act of one of Houdini’s rivals goes terribly wrong, Wren’s secrets […]

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A Lady in Disguise by Sandra Byrd

After burying her father, Miss Gillian Young discovers his death may not have been an accident as she had been led to believe. Instead of answers, clues bring more questions as it looks like her father, a well-respected police officer, may have been involved in serious crimes. When Gillian meets the charming Viscount Thomas Lockwood, […]

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Reading Preview 3/23/17

Hey guys! I’ll be finishing The Inkblots over the next couple of days. You can look for that review this weekend. In the meantime, I wanted to share what’s coming up. These will be the next two books I read. I’ve been waiting on Byrd’s new book for almost a year! I’ll be reading Cambron’s book […]

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A Time for Confidence by Stephen J. Nichols

If you’re a Christian in America, you probably feel the change in our society. The culture is shifting further and further away from our Christian heritage. As time goes on, we may feel the pressure to compromise our beliefs to align with the culture of our day. But should we? Culture changes. Societies change. Nations […]

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Control Girl by Shannon Popkin

Do you strive to stay in control of your life? Do you try to make everything fit into your vision of how things should be, including the people around you? When your vision takes the place of God’s vision, you end up without peace, and the thirst for control grows. In this book, Popkin uses […]

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Whispers in the Reading Room by Shelley Gray

Lydia Bancroft’s world is a world of books, until a mysterious, dark-eyed man begins to frequent the reading room where she works as a librarian. He never speaks a word to her until a chance meeting puts him in the position to be her rescuer. She soon discovers that he is none other than the […]

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The Legacy of Luther by R.C. Sproul and Stephen J. Nichols

It is impossible to talk about the Reformation without talking about Martin Luther. His Ninety-Five Theses jumpstarted this movement in the church that led back to the truth of justification. This book is a collection of essays, written by some of today’s top Reformed theologians and pastors, on different aspects of Luther’s life and theology, including […]

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Luther and Katharina by Jody Hedlund

In 1523, roughly five years after Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of a church in Wittenberg, Germany, the reformation of the Catholic Church is spreading. When the writings of Luther reach a group of nuns, sheltered in a convent for most of their lives, Sister Katharina leads their escape. Joining the […]

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Out of the Depths by John Newton

Amazing Grace is probably the best known hymn. It was written by John Newton. Out of the Depths is his autobiography, though the focus is on his spiritual journey. Once a man who railed against faith, Newton became a devout Christian and lover of Jesus Christ. His story is one of adventure on the high […]

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The Dawning of Indestructible Joy by John Piper

This small book has a great goal: to keep you focused on Christ during Advent. Those days leading up to Christmas have become hectic, filled with shopping, cooking, and preparations to celebrate. But what are we celebrating? Here, John Piper provides short devotional readings, from December 1 through Christmas Day, to remind us of the true […]

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Walking on Water by Madeleine L’Engle

What does it mean to be a Christian artist? What is the relationship between faith and art? These are the questions that bestselling author Madeleine L’Engle sets out to answer in Walking on Water. Through stories from her own life, and quotes from philosophers, theologians, and other writers, she addresses the concept of Christian art. […]

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Star Struck by Dr. David Bradstreet & Steve Rabey

Dr. David Bradstreet wants to know how many Christians actually see astronomy as a way to study God’s creation. As a Christian astronomer, he studies the stars in awe of God’s work. In Star Struck, he and writer Steve Rabey take us on a tour of our galaxy, and beyond, showing us that science and […]

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