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By Shirley Noe Swiesz

Survival was their dearest hope...these mountain people. Their children were their greatest asset...but they died one by one, long before they reached the age of six, many times at birth along with their mother. When a mother died in childbirth the family was usually broken into tiny pieces...but Mary Breckenridge changed all that with her midwives and nurses. They rode their horses in the middle of the night, in the coldest of winter, to save a mother and her child...but they did more than that...they treated gunshot wounds, snake bites, gave shots, but most of all they gave hope to this mountain community where few had cared until this great woman came into their midst. Mary Breckenridge had vowed never to love again, but she fell in love with these mountain people and served them well...with the courage of Job, she began to live again...a different life, but a full one, and she took an entire mountain of people with her on this journey, along with her nurses and midwives. This is the story that might have been her own.


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By Richard Rapp
Sam Brandeis is a desperate yet determined man when he makes a life-changing decision to leave his homeland where Cossacks are killing and raping Jews. After he and his wife, Eva, say their last prayer on the Sabbath from their shtetl, they escape with their young daughter on a ship bound for New York City, where Sam secures work and a home in Manhattan. After a horrible tragedy takes the life of a dear friend, Sam and Eva relocate to Brooklyn where he builds a successful business. As his family grows and Sam ages to become a grandfather for the first time, there is no question that Sam has realized the American dream.

Richard Rapp spends his youth within the shadow of his grandfather’s wisdom, love, and genius, as their shared philosophies, hopes, and dreams for America and Palestine strengthen their kinship. When Richard turns twenty, he joins the struggle for an Israeli state despite his parents’ objections, where he soon finds love, his true identity, and a purpose he cannot wait to share with his grandfather.

A Box of Sand is a historical tale based in part on real-life experiences as a young man is helped on his journey of self-discovery by the wisdom and strength of his grandfather.

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By Paula Renee Burzawa

When the Greek army calls retreat near the Albanian border before the Nazi invasion of Greece, Tasso rushes home to protect his family.

Badly injured, he is near death when two good Samaritans help him get home, but his happy reunion is interrupted when his favorite nephew is stricken with polio even as villagers prepare for an impending attack.

Tasso helps the doctors save his nephew’s leg and leaves to rejoin his military unit, but he’s taken prisoner along with his father-in-law. The Germans take over his family home, bringing unimaginable hardships to his wife and children.

After Axis powers surrender, peace is still unattainable as civil war erupts, setting Greek against Greek. Nothing can prepare Tasso for what is to come—not even victory.

ADVANCE PRAISE FOR TASSO’S JOURNEY

“Paula Burzawa’s heartbreaking, yet ultimately triumphant story of how her ancestors survived the Nazi invasion of Greece, makes Tasso’s Journey our journey too. Her vivid characters and skillful handling of plot reveal how deep faith, superhuman strength of will, and unthinkable sacrifice for the sake of great love, saved one family – and perhaps even Greece herself – from extinction.”

—Ann Frank Wake Ph.D., professor and English Department chair, Elmhurst College


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By David P. Vorpahl
It is 1853, and Steven Morgan, a young doctor with theological training, feels a strong call to leave his medical practice in Connecticut and travel to the Oregon Territory, where he is sure doctors and spiritual leaders are both needed. When he meets Hannah Osborne, he falls in love instantly—and is delighted to learn she is willing to travel west with him. Steven and Hannah marry and begin to make their traveling plans, only to find out before they set out the following year that Hannah is pregnant. In spite of this complication, they travel on the Oregon Trail with the Williams family, hoping to get to Oregon before the baby is due. Even so, halfway through their journey, Hannah gives birth to twin boys. Meanwhile, a group of Pawnee teenagers take advantage of the distraction to steal the group’s horses and drive off the oxen. In the chaos, one of the newborns is taken by the Pawnee, while the other is left with the travelers. Now two brothers will grow up in very different worlds, with very different families—and only time will tell what will happen when fate brings them together again.
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By David P. Vorpahl
It is 1853, and Steven Morgan, a young doctor with theological training, feels a strong call to leave his medical practice in Connecticut and travel to the Oregon Territory, where he is sure doctors and spiritual leaders are both needed. When he meets Hannah Osborne, he falls in love instantly—and is delighted to learn she is willing to travel west with him. Steven and Hannah marry and begin to make their traveling plans, only to find out before they set out the following year that Hannah is pregnant. In spite of this complication, they travel on the Oregon Trail with the Williams family, hoping to get to Oregon before the baby is due. Even so, halfway through their journey, Hannah gives birth to twin boys. Meanwhile, a group of Pawnee teenagers take advantage of the distraction to steal the group’s horses and drive off the oxen. In the chaos, one of the newborns is taken by the Pawnee, while the other is left with the travelers. Now two brothers will grow up in very different worlds, with very different families—and only time will tell what will happen when fate brings them together again.
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By Lois Lindenfeld

When fourteen-year-old Eliza Healy is dumped on the shores of Sitka Bay, Alaska, in 1867, it’s a long way from Wisconsin and her grandmother’s warm cozy kitchen. Eliza believes the idea of helping her family establish a new Evangelical Brethren Church in the Alaska Territory is exciting, but she soon realizes serving God is much more difficult than she imagined. The harsh living conditions among rough men and a shortage of food make her wonder about her family’s purpose in Alaska.

The icy waters of the bay, a shaman, and a grizzly bear are the least of Eliza’s worries the summer she arrives. As Katrina, a Russian girl, and her friend, Erm, a Tlingit girl, question and challenge Eliza’s fundamental Christian faith, she learns more about different cultures and religions. But God’s presence seems far removed from Eliza as her baby brother, Amos, and her mother become deathly ill.

These new hardships and responsibilities threaten to overwhelm Eliza, but a ruggedly handsome gold miner named Jed may just be her saving grace. Through all of her experiences, adventures, and family crises, she comes to understand God is always there and watching over her.


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By K. H. Linville

It is 1897 in Seattle, Washington, as Elmer trudges through the streets in search of food and work. Across town, Elmer’s uncle Henry goes about his day scooping horse droppings, a job he is grateful to have. But everything is about to change when Elmer gets wind that ordinary men are striking it rich by panning for gold in the Klondike.

Despite the rumors that traveling to the Yukon can be treacherous, the two men are determined to escape their wretched existence and experience the heyday of the gold rush. After their heroism in saving a stranger from a bloody assault results in two free steamship tickets, Henry and Elmer race to Skagway, Alaska. As they experience the incredible events, strange spectacles, and amazing characters of the time, Henry and Elmer also suffer unexpected perils and hardships. But it is not until the two men acquire a seemingly insignificant object during a street brawl that they are quickly driven toward big trouble and to solve a complex mystery.

The Big People is the exciting tale of two men during the late 1800s as they journey toward the Yukon and the glittering city of gold with the hope of realizing all their financial dreams.


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By Tommye Hamilton Wright

It’s 1942 and the United States is deep into World War II. At home, amid adjustments to the hardships and heartaches of war, Kay Ann Franklin is losing a lonely battle caring for her terminally ill mother and her five-year-old twins, one stricken with polio and the other with chicken pox. Worried and exhausted, she has little left to give her baby daughter and her war-absorbed husband. When a colored girl appears at her back door offering to help, Kay Ann welcomes her but holds slight hope that the tiny, crippled Say can make a difference in their situation.

To her surprise, the teenager brings reinforcements for the battle and lightness to their burdens. The family also discovers Say’s exceptional musical talent and begins to envision more than the girl can grasp. Kay Ann’s dream of a college education for Say is sidetracked by a brutal attack and malicious opposition from neighbors, friends, and Say’s preacher.

In this historical tale, Kay Ann and an unlikely group of lady warriors embark on an unforgettable journey during the chaos of a world war endeavoring to help an underprivileged teenager achieve more that she ever imagined, and, most importantly, to believe in herself.


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By K. H. Linville

It is 1897 in Seattle, Washington, as Elmer trudges through the streets in search of food and work. Across town, Elmer’s uncle Henry goes about his day scooping horse droppings, a job he is grateful to have. But everything is about to change when Elmer gets wind that ordinary men are striking it rich by panning for gold in the Klondike.

Despite the rumors that traveling to the Yukon can be treacherous, the two men are determined to escape their wretched existence and experience the heyday of the gold rush. After their heroism in saving a stranger from a bloody assault results in two free steamship tickets, Henry and Elmer race to Skagway, Alaska. As they experience the incredible events, strange spectacles, and amazing characters of the time, Henry and Elmer also suffer unexpected perils and hardships. But it is not until the two men acquire a seemingly insignificant object during a street brawl that they are quickly driven toward big trouble and to solve a complex mystery.

The Big People is the exciting tale of two men during the late 1800s as they journey toward the Yukon and the glittering city of gold with the hope of realizing all their financial dreams.


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By Tommye Hamilton Wright

It’s 1942 and the United States is deep into World War II. At home, amid adjustments to the hardships and heartaches of war, Kay Ann Franklin is losing a lonely battle caring for her terminally ill mother and her five-year-old twins, one stricken with polio and the other with chicken pox. Worried and exhausted, she has little left to give her baby daughter and her war-absorbed husband. When a colored girl appears at her back door offering to help, Kay Ann welcomes her but holds slight hope that the tiny, crippled Say can make a difference in their situation.

To her surprise, the teenager brings reinforcements for the battle and lightness to their burdens. The family also discovers Say’s exceptional musical talent and begins to envision more than the girl can grasp. Kay Ann’s dream of a college education for Say is sidetracked by a brutal attack and malicious opposition from neighbors, friends, and Say’s preacher.

In this historical tale, Kay Ann and an unlikely group of lady warriors embark on an unforgettable journey during the chaos of a world war endeavoring to help an underprivileged teenager achieve more that she ever imagined, and, most importantly, to believe in herself.


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By Tommye Hamilton Wright

It’s 1942 and the United States is deep into World War II. At home, amid adjustments to the hardships and heartaches of war, Kay Ann Franklin is losing a lonely battle caring for her terminally ill mother and her five-year-old twins, one stricken with polio and the other with chicken pox. Worried and exhausted, she has little left to give her baby daughter and her war-absorbed husband. When a colored girl appears at her back door offering to help, Kay Ann welcomes her but holds slight hope that the tiny, crippled Say can make a difference in their situation.

To her surprise, the teenager brings reinforcements for the battle and lightness to their burdens. The family also discovers Say’s exceptional musical talent and begins to envision more than the girl can grasp. Kay Ann’s dream of a college education for Say is sidetracked by a brutal attack and malicious opposition from neighbors, friends, and Say’s preacher.

In this historical tale, Kay Ann and an unlikely group of lady warriors embark on an unforgettable journey during the chaos of a world war endeavoring to help an underprivileged teenager achieve more that she ever imagined, and, most importantly, to believe in herself.


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By J. L. Larson

In 1931, five individuals who met by chance in Glenwood, Minnesota, brought down a well-known mobster running a host of illegal businesses at a nearby secluded lake resort. Their efforts were kept secret to protect them from mob retribution. Unknown at the time was that a sixth person was affected by the aftermath of the police raid. Henry Hanson, a local town leader, had fled to Charleston, South Carolina and assumed a new identity to keep himself safe.

Over the years, while dodging discovery by the mob, Hanson builds a hotel empire under the alias, Henry Granville. As retirement nears in 1960, however, he has two concerns. In case his shadowy past is ever revealed, he wants a written account of his life to defend himself and the reputation of his enterprise. Secondly, he must choose his successor, someone who would protect the image of the corporation. For the scribe he selects a young Minnesota journalist, Matt Lawton, just four years out of college and the son of two of the original five from that weekend back in 1931. Together, Lawton and Granville craft the older man’s life story.

In this second book of the Minnesota Lake series, Granville relates his early years as a leader of a lakeside community while being the de facto middleman dealing with a gangster-dominated lake resort. In doing so, he must avert his past life from causing the ruin of his current one.


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By J. L. Larson

In 1931, five individuals who met by chance in Glenwood, Minnesota, brought down a well-known mobster running a host of illegal businesses at a nearby secluded lake resort. Their efforts were kept secret to protect them from mob retribution. Unknown at the time was that a sixth person was affected by the aftermath of the police raid. Henry Hanson, a local town leader, had fled to Charleston, South Carolina and assumed a new identity to keep himself safe.

Over the years, while dodging discovery by the mob, Hanson builds a hotel empire under the alias, Henry Granville. As retirement nears in 1960, however, he has two concerns. In case his shadowy past is ever revealed, he wants a written account of his life to defend himself and the reputation of his enterprise. Secondly, he must choose his successor, someone who would protect the image of the corporation. For the scribe he selects a young Minnesota journalist, Matt Lawton, just four years out of college and the son of two of the original five from that weekend back in 1931. Together, Lawton and Granville craft the older man’s life story.

In this second book of the Minnesota Lake series, Granville relates his early years as a leader of a lakeside community while being the de facto middleman dealing with a gangster-dominated lake resort. In doing so, he must avert his past life from causing the ruin of his current one.


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By J. L. Larson

In 1931, five individuals who met by chance in Glenwood, Minnesota, brought down a well-known mobster running a host of illegal businesses at a nearby secluded lake resort. Their efforts were kept secret to protect them from mob retribution. Unknown at the time was that a sixth person was affected by the aftermath of the police raid. Henry Hanson, a local town leader, had fled to Charleston, South Carolina and assumed a new identity to keep himself safe.

Over the years, while dodging discovery by the mob, Hanson builds a hotel empire under the alias, Henry Granville. As retirement nears in 1960, however, he has two concerns. In case his shadowy past is ever revealed, he wants a written account of his life to defend himself and the reputation of his enterprise. Secondly, he must choose his successor, someone who would protect the image of the corporation. For the scribe he selects a young Minnesota journalist, Matt Lawton, just four years out of college and the son of two of the original five from that weekend back in 1931. Together, Lawton and Granville craft the older man’s life story.

In this second book of the Minnesota Lake series, Granville relates his early years as a leader of a lakeside community while being the de facto middleman dealing with a gangster-dominated lake resort. In doing so, he must avert his past life from causing the ruin of his current one.


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By Victor Sasson

Jesus of Nazareth’s blasphemous statements, contradicting God’s Torah and the teachings of the Hebrew Prophets, had earned him a place in Gehinnom. His scheme of a Second Coming to smite all those that do not worship him as son of God and mankind’s saviour led him to a second trial – this time by a Heavenly Sanhedrin. An array of biblical and extra-biblical persons cross-examine him or testify in the case. These include Moses, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Zechariah, Micah, Obadiah, Daniel, Ezra the Scribe, a Pharisee and a Sadducee, Pontius Pilate, Joseph Caiaphas, the DSS Teacher of Righteousness, Paul of Tarsus, and the harbinger of the true Messiah – Elijah the Tishbite. With a powerful Attorney defending him in Court, will Jesus repent of his blasphemies and renounce his second coming, or will he choose to face further legal consequences?

The Second Coming is a trial of Jesus of Nazareth conducted in the Heavenly Sphere and backed by Adonai Elohim. A fast-moving courtroom drama, it will appeal to both biblical scholars and laymen alike.


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