Tag Archives: historical fiction

(Book review) The Hope of Azure Springs

In the prologue we learn of a semi-conscious girl with an apparent gunshot wound, apparently near death. We go on to find that this confused young woman has undergone years of neglect by a man who was recently killed in an attack by 3 men who also shot the young woman.

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(Book review) Catching the Wind

This is a captivating and unforgettable story about two friends, Daniel age 13 and Bridgette age 10, who find themselves alone after Gestapo agents arrest and take away their parents during World War II in Germany. Miraculously, the two children make their way to safety in England, only to be separated from each other. Daniel vows to find Bridgette after the war.

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(Book review) Thief of Corinth

A young woman learns how to be a thief from her father. Family dynamics are convoluted. In some ways this book seems very contemporary. Healing is available.

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(Book review) A Passionate Hope

The story of Hannah explores the idea of faith and its role in the lives of all believers. What does it look like to have faith in the midst of seemingly unending trials?

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