For fans of British psychological suspense, the latest from Fiona Barton: The Child. About the book: (from the publisher) As an old house is demolished in a gentrifying section of London, a workman discovers a tiny skeleton, buried for years. For journalist Kate Waters, it’s a story that deserves attention. She cobbles together a piece for her newspaper, […]
I can’t even begin to tell you how much I enjoyed this memoir. Y’all, I read it all in two days — TWO DAYS — in the thick of end-of-school busyness. I laughed (poor preggers Alex accidentally locked inside the bathroom with her sick toddler on the other side) and cried (Alex and hubby Derek at […]
Ever wake up to a day you’d rather not face? When it feels so much safer to simply burrow beneath the comforter — and stay there? Authors Martha Bolton and Christin Ditchfield have been there. In Can I Just Hide in Bed ’til Jesus Comes Back? Facing Life with Courage, not Comforters, they offer grace, […]
Y’all. I am so excited to share with you this lovely Bible study for women. It’s written by my joyful friend Annie Pajcic (rhymes with magic), founder of ThouArtExalted Ministries, and let me tell you, it has her creative fingerprints all over it. I’ve been looking forward to Riding Tandem‘s release for months and now can hardly wait […]
The Fifth Avenue Artists Society by Joy Callaway About this book: (from the publisher) The Bronx, 1891. Virginia Loftin, the boldest of four artistic sisters in a family living in genteel poverty, knows what she wants most: to become a celebrated novelist despite her gender, and to marry Charlie, the boy next door and her first love.
The Alliance by Jolina Petersheim About this book: (from the publisher) When Leora Ebersole sees the small plane crash in her Old Order Mennonite community, she has no idea it’s a foreshadowing of things to come.
“On a rainy afternoon, a mother’s life is shattered as her son slips from her grip and runs into the street . . .” I Let You Go by Clare MacKintosh About this book: (from the publisher) I Let You Go follows Jenna Gray as she moves to a ramshackle cottage on the remote Welsh coast, trying […]
Who Do You Love by Jennifer Weiner About this book: Rachel Blum and Andy Landis are just eight-years-old when they meet one night in an ER waiting room. Born with a congenial heart defect, Rachel is a veteran of hospitals, and she’s intrigued by the boy who shows up alone with a broken arm.
“Two women. Both desperate for the same baby. Both in love with the same man.” Dear Thing by Julie Cohen About this book: (from the publisher) After years of watching her best friends Ben and Claire try for a baby, Romily has offered to give them the one thing that they want most.
A novel of Hitler’s Germany The End of Law by Therese Down About this book: (from the publisher) Berlin, 1933: as Hitler rises to power; the law–designed to protect and serve–becomes twisted to the will of those who dream of a pure Aryan race.