Sworn Enemy by A.L. Sowards

June 1944: As World War II rages, the people of Eastern Europe are hopelessly trapped between two formidable forces: Hitler’s Germany and Stalin’s Soviet Union. In their midst, a band of heroes works to defend against the inevitable Communist takeover.

After narrowly escaping her Nazi captors, French Resistance worker Genevieve Olivier has fled to Allied territory with the help of American Lieutenant Peter Eddy. Their connection is undeniable, forged in the crucible of danger. But despite their blossoming feelings for each other, they must both finish the work they began . . .

In the safety of England, Genevieve hopes to find purpose as a nurse all the while unaware that the Gestapo still seeks the woman who slipped through their grasp. When she is called upon to resume a life of danger as a French spy, will her desire to prove herself be her downfall?

Recruited by an elite special ops team intent on thwarting the Nazis, Peter finds himself engaged in a personal battle as well there is a traitor among his comrades. Deep in the Carpathian Mountains, Peter combats an unknown foe. The stakes are high as he fights to save the lives of his teammates. They are miles apart, yet as Genevieve and Peter fight for their own survival, they find a common well of strength in their faith and their determination to be reunited.

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Title: Sworn Enemy

Author: A.L. Sowards

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: April 1, 2013

ISBN: 978-1621083597

Size: 281 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical

Esther the Queen by H. B. Moore

She is a beautiful young Jewess, content in her life of anonymity.

He is the most powerful king in the world.

When chance brings the two together, the course of history is forever altered.

An unexpected meeting between Esther and King Xerxes results in an immediate and unmistakable connection. When Esther is summoned to enter the harem—the first step toward becoming his wife—Esther is torn between her desire to be with Xerxes and the knowledge that they will forever be divided by the secret of her Jewish heritage.

Encouraged by her family to do what she must to help her people, she deftly navigates her new position in the palace, quickly becoming beloved by all, including Xerxes. But when a treacherous plan threatens to engulf the kingdom in violence, Esther must choose between love and duty.

Is she prepared to sacrifice all that she holds dear in order to save her people from certain annihilation?

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Title: Esther the Queen

Author: H.B. Moore

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: April 1, 2013

ISBN: 978-1621084174

Size: 288 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical

Journey of Promise by Vickie Hall

Richard and Leah Kenyon believe they’re ready to sacrifice whatever it takes to reach Zion.

To confront the challenges mounted against them they call upon the Lord’s tender mercies to see them through and strengthen their love for one another.

But they’re unprepared for the exacting measure of the Atlantic Ocean and the mighty Mississippi River.

Journey of Promise is a story of enduring faith against incredible odds.

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Title: Journey of Promise

Author: Vickie Hall

Publisher: Bonneville Books (CFI)

Release Date: March 12, 2013

ISBN: 978-1462111169

Size: 272 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical

Series: All That Was Promised (bk 1)

Mattie by M. Ann Rohrer

Born in Colonia Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico, nineteen-year-old Mattie turns her back on God when her father dies. She vows never to pray again, except perhaps to ask why. But years later, as she places her trust–and heart–in the hands of a dangerous man, Mattie discovers that though she may have left God, He never left her. She takes her first step to recover and tries to decipher the depths of her broken heart, finding love again–perhaps not in the place she thought.

Will she choose Alonzo–her tall, good-natured childhood sweetheart–or Enos–the rough, gun-packing nemesis of her youth? Relying on her rediscovered faith, Mattie learns that trusting God is not without sorrow, especially when the hardships of the Mexican Revolution threaten her fragile faith and wedded bliss.

Follow Mattie through heartache, hope and history–and discover that God will never leave you.

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Title: Mattie

Author: M. Ann Rohrer

Publisher: Bonneville Books (CFI)

Release Date: March 12, 2013

ISBN: 978-1462111114

Size: 240 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical

Isabelle Webb: The Grecian Princess by N.C. Allen

The sun burns brightly over the ancient isle of Greece as former Pinkerton spy Isabelle Webb returns for her most rousing adventure yet. Legend has it that the location of a fantastic treasure is revealed only when three mystical jewels are united. In an effort to locate the elusive trove and the power it promises, shadowy organizations and greedy men have tirelessly pursued the three hidden stones for centuries.

Isabelle and her trusted companions including her dashing fiance, James Ashby are in possession of one of these legendary jewels, while nefarious treasure hunter Thaddeus Sparks retains another. The third stone, the Jewel of Hades, is rumored to be concealed on the rocky shores of Greece. As good and evil converge on this fiery island, the final battle for possession of the jewels and their anciently protected secret begins.

When events take a deadly turn, Isabelle must rely on her keen instincts and indomitable spirit as dastardly forces threaten to make her first Greek expedition her last.

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Title: Isabelle Webb: The Grecian Princess (Book 3)

Author: N.C. Allen

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: March 1, 2013

ISBN: 978-1621083610

Size: 304 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical Suspense

Isabelle Webb Series: Legend of the Jewel (bk 1), The Pharoah’s Daughter (bk 2)

Safe Haven by Jean Holbrook Mathews

With her family left destitute by her father’s recent death, Susanna Thayer believes her only hope is to marry life-long friend Jonathan Burnley. But Jonathan heeds the counsel of his father, an unscrupulous lawyer, to marry a cousin of greater wealth and position, and Susanna is forced to endure grueling labor in a cotton mill far from her remaining family.

When she and her best friend, Jane, become involved with the Mormon Church and are thus dismissed from employment, they use their meager savings for travel to New York, where they join a company of Saints bound for California. Yet Susanna’s efforts to build a new life are marked by continued misfortune—and continued encounters with Jonathan.

Now a wealthy widower, Jonathan offers Susanna safe haven for the future, but can she forgive him for abandoning her in the past?

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Title: Safe Haven

Author: Jean Holbrook Mathews

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: February 2013


Size: 288 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical Romance

Where Once the River Flowed by Jennie Hansen

New Mexico, 1879—The Sebastian Hacienda is a lucrative and coveted ranch deep in the fertile wilderness of New Mexico, a property held for generations by the powerful Sebastian family. After the death of his son and heir, proud and formidable Don Sebastian has only one hope for the preservation of his land: his beautiful young granddaughter, Iliana. Desperate, he makes a shocking deal—the property will be sold to Ross Adams, an American cowboy, on the condition that he marry the stunning young Iliana and bequeath the land to her sons. A bargain is struck, but not everyone is pleased with the outcome. Neighboring rancher Ben Purdy has his eye on pretty Iliana—and on ownership of the Sebastian Ranch. In his ruthlessness, Purdy is willing to go to terrible lengths to acquire them both, even if it means destroying everything in his path . . .

Utah Territory, 1891—Travis Telford was born to be a cowboy. He left his family to chase the dream of someday owning his own ranch, but years of nomadic living as a ranch hand have proven taxing. After several seasons of horse trading with the American owner of the Sebastian Ranch, Travis finds his life dramatically altered by a routine stop at the property. He finds the ranch in chaos and the rancher’s beautiful widow Iliana in the midst of a turbulent land battle. His instinct to protect Iliana is undeniable, and as the danger mounts, only their reliance upon each other has the power to save them.

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Title: Where Once the River Flowed

Author: Jennie Hansen

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: February 2013


Size: 223 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical

Joseph: A Stalwart Witness by Jensen & Carmack

New England, 1820: the Second Great Awakening sweeps through the land, fanning flames of religious fervor like a slumbering brush fire awakened by the wind. In Palmyra, New York, revivals of faith soon develop into wars of words as convert rails against convert, neighbor against neighbor, parent against child.

In the midst of the uproar a young boy named Joseph Smith stands forth with a claim that two glorious personages appeared to him in the woods and declared none of the churches in the land contained the fullness of the truth. What follows is an unfolding tale of social and spiritual drama surrounding this boy-prophet who founded one of the most controversial and compelling religious movements in American history.

Captured here in vibrant historical fiction by an inspired author who made its telling her life work, and validated by Elder John K. Carmack of the Seventy, this account uniquely illuminates and enlivens the story of Joseph Smith as a stalwart witness of the Lord and builder of His kingdom in the latter days.

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Title: Joseph: A Stalwart Witness

Author: Cecilia Jensen and Stanford A. Carmack

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: January 28, 2013

ISBN: 978-1621083320

Size: 432 pages, hardcover?

Genre: Historical

John Taylor & the Mystery Puzzle by Christy Monson

Micah put the phone back together and touched the screen.


“Maybe it needs to dry,” said Micah, opening up the back and leaving the phone in the sun. After a few minutes, he put it back together, but still nothing. “What are we going to do?”

“Maybe we’re stuck here forever,” said Alicia.

Micah and Alicia are excited to meet John Taylor as a child in England, so they use their dad’s special time-travel phone to get there. But when the phone breaks and won’t let them return to their own time, they must follow the prophet around the world and throughout his lifetime to solve the puzzle that will bring them home.

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Title: John Taylor & the Mystery Puzzle (Texting Through Time)

Author: Christy Monson

Publisher: Bonneville Books (CFI)

Release Date: November 13, 2012

ISBN: 978-1462110841

Size: 176 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Middle Grade Speculative/Historical

Texting Through Time Series: A Trek with Brigham Young (bk 1)

Open Fire: J. Golden Kimball Takes on the South by Scott M. Hurst

Elder Rich finally ended with a solemnly pronounced “amen.” Golden added his amen and opened his eyes.

Four ragtag-looking hillbillies with rifles stood watching them. They’d evidently heard the elders from the road and had been watching them while they prayed. The one with the longest rifle and the least amount of teeth looked at them coldly. “Ya’ll ain’t from ’round here, are ya?”

Golden had never been much of a runner, but the staccato pop of gunfire gave him wings as he and Elder Rich burned the breeze through the trees and brush.

J. Golden Kimball is as happy as a pig in spring mud until he receives an unexpected mission call to the South. In this fast-paced story filled with holy hijinks and missionary mayhem, Golden squares off with his characteristic cowboy sense of humor against everything from spiteful preachers to the threat of death at the hands of the Ku Klux Klan.

Join Golden as he takes on the South with these unbelievable but true stories.

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Title: Open Fire: J. Golden Kimball Takes on the South

Author: Scott M. Hurst

Publisher: Bonneville Books/CFI

Release Date: June 12, 2012

ISBN: 978-1599559070

Size: 288 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical

Carnival Girl by Sonja Herbert

Fourteen-year-old Sonja has always known there is a God who loves her. But when you spend your life on the road with the carnival, traveling the country in a tiny caravan home, it’s hard to imagine a normal, churchgoing life.

Everything changes when Sonja meets two Mormon missionaries. Even though her parents don’t approve, her brothers and sisters taunt her, and her whole life is on the move, Sonja can’t help how she feels. Now she’ll have to choose between the carnival and her convictions, between her family and her faith.

Based on a true story.

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Title: Carnival Girl

Author: Sonja Herbert

Publisher: Cedar Fort

Release Date: June 12, 2012

ISBN: 978-1599559964

Size: 216 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical; Memoir

Uneasy Fortunes by Mandi Ellsworth

He couldn’t help but wonder when he’d become so violent. He had in the last few weeks threatened two men and gotten into two fights. He hadn’t fought anyone since his pa had died. He drew a deep breath, trying to calm his anger at the man he’d just encountered, and as he inhaled a second time, his mind registered a pleasant smell. In fact, it had become his favorite scent. He looked down and inhaled again, this time aware it was coming from June’s hair. He realized suddenly how close she was and that he had his arm around her.

Pete tightened his hold on her. She was the reason. She was his reason for making a complete idiot of himself.

Battered by his previous life, Pete knows he has no business falling for anyone—especially his employer’s headstrong daughter. After all, the only thing romance has brought him in the past is more pain.

With a past of her own, June’s much too stubborn to let any man into her heart again. Not after the hurt she’s suffered already. But even time can’t treat all wounds. And that’s when love steps in to make things right.

Inspired by a true story of the post-Civil War South, this gentle, rustic romance will leave you with a renewed hope in the healing power of real love.

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Title: Uneasy Fortunes

Author: Mandi Ellsworth

Publisher: Sweetwater/CFI

Release Date: June 12, 2012

ISBN: 978-1599559858

Size: 240 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical

Come to Zion: The Winds and the Waves by Dean Hughes

Will Lewis is stuck. the class system in England in the 1840s seems destined to keep him in his place as a poor tenant farmer who cannot improve his lot and will never be able to marry the woman he loves. But the “new religion” that is sweeping through congregations of the United Brethren, Will’s church, may hold the key to the better life he longs for. As he listens to the preaching of Wilford Woodruff, he almost dares to hope for the Zion the young Apostle describes.

Will’s struggles to believe and to face the rigors of immigrating to an unknown land are paralleled by the modern-day story of Jeff and Abby, a young married couple facing challenges of their own. When Jeff begins digging into his family history, he finds himself particularly drawn to “Grandpa Lewis,” an ancestor whose life was more like his than he would have imagined.

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Title: Come the Zion: The Winds and the Waves

Author: Dean Hughes

Publisher: Deseret Book

Release Date: May 29, 2012


Size: 444 pages, 6×9, hardcover

Genre: Historical

Soulfire by Betsy Love

Will God hear Zephenia’s prayers?

It is 148 BC, and the city of Nephi is ruled by the wicked King Noah and his corrupt priests. Zephenia’s father has turned to his drink after the death of her mother, and her younger sister Sari dreams of living in the king’s palace. When the family’s hut is destroyed and the sisters are unjustly imprisoned, Zephenia wonders if God has forgotten her. If they survive their tribulations, whom will her father choose as her husband? The only unmarried believer she knows is Gideon, and he is smitten with Sari.

Zephenia’s thoughts keep drifting to Alma, the handsome high priest she met while gathering herbs in the jungle. She senses a goodness about him, yet because he is a priest in Noah’s court, she knows he couldn’t possibly be a righteous man. But when the prophet Abinadi is martyred and Zephenia must decide between her faith and her family, she learns of a mighty change that has happened in Alma’s heart.


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Title: Soulfire

Author: Betsy Love

Publisher: Walnut Springs

Release Date: May, 2012

ISBN: 978-1599928524

Size: 306 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical Romance

At Season’s End by Eric Hendershot

Even the river didn’t stop Paw. Clothes and all, he jumped into the whirlin’, swirlin’ waters of the great Columbia.

At this Maw let out a scream. Mebby she thought Paw was goin’ to end it all. Then Tim yelled, “Oh, no, Paw!” But I was too surprised and scared to say anythin’.

I suppose it was just a second or two, but it seemed like minutes before he came up again to show us he had two heads and four arms. Then the mighty water turned him over to prove he had four legs. That was when we realized Paw was holdin’ on for dear life to a young drownin’ boy.

Hit hard by the Great Depression, Sal’s family loads up an old Buick and heads out to find work wherever they can. Driving from place to place, living off the little they can make, they soon realize they’ll never be able to afford to settle down again.

Then, when tragedy strikes, Sal and her brother must learn to fend for themselves. In a world of harsh realities, there’s no room left for romance. But that can’t stop Sal from dreaming of a life with Ben—a boy from another migrant family—even though she knows she may never see him again.

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Title: At Season’s End

Author: Eric Hendershot

Publisher: Sweetwater/CFI

Release Date: May 8, 2012

ISBN: 978-1599559957

Size: 176 pages, 5.5×8.5, softcover

Genre: Young Adult Historical

Within the Dark Hills by Sian Ann Bessey

Desperate to escape the unwanted advances of a cruel master, chambermaid Annie Morgan runs miles through stormy weather to find sanctuary at the home of Reverend and Mrs. Davies. Without family and tainted by scandal, she’s in dire need of a new identity and an occupation to match. Equally bleak is the future of Evan Powell, a miner who harbors dreams of escaping the black mines that are slowly killing him and finding refuge under the promised blue skies of America. But recently, the wife who Evan adored died, leaving the devoted father struggling to care for his young daughter, Jane.

To benefit both Annie and Evan, the kindly reverend arranges a marriage of convenience, one that is quietly contracted in a hasty ceremony. An event that sparks pointed gossip among those in the small Welsh town and outright rejection from Evan’s family. Annie must tread carefully lest she let slip anything about her past, particularly when she learns that her former master has been afoot, inquiring about a missing maid. More importantly, she feels she must avoid any emotional entanglements with Evan, who remains devoted to his beloved deceased wife. But as Evan works with Annie to care for Jane, Evan knows their relationship is growing into something more and must face the torments of a divided heart. And in the midst of Mormon missionaries preaching a strange new religion, disaster strikes the town and Annie’s troubled history can no longer be hidden.

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Title: Within the Dark Hills

Author: Sian Ann Bessey

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: April 26, 2012

ISBN: 978-1608611065

Size: 224 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical

Series: X

Daughters of Jared by H.B. Moore

Naiva, daughter of the dethroned King Jared II, lives in the shadow of her privileged elder sister, Asherah. But when Asherah develops a secret plot to return their father to the throne, Naiva’s resentment turns to fear.

Thwarting the scheme becomes more complicated when Naiva discovers that Akish, the first man who has shown interest in her, is an integral part of the plan. Asherah traps Akish in a ploy to make him marry her, breaking Naiva’s heart and leaving her feeling more alone than ever.

Somehow Naiva must find the strength to stand against the encroaching evil in the kingdom and a sister who will stop at nothing to become queen. When Akish’s wickedness escalates and threatens to destroy the bonds of sisterhood, Naiva must decide between protecting her sister and honoring her new belief in the true God, a forbidden belief that could cost her life.

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Title: Daughters of Jared

Author: H.B. Moore

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: April 26, 2012

ISBN: 978-1608613953

Size: 224 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical

Lightning Tree by Sarah Dunster

The truth lies locked inside her dreams.

After surviving the tragic deaths of her parents and her baby sister and a harrowing trek across the plains to Utah, it s no surprise that Maggie’s nights are plagued by nightmares.

But after years of harsh treatment by her foster family and memories that seem to hint at an unthinkable crime, Maggie is forced to strike out on her own to separate the facts from the lies.


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Title: Lightning Tree

Author: Sarah Dunster

Publisher: Bonneville Books/Cedar Fort

Release Date: April 10, 2012

ISBN: 978-1599559599

Size: 384 pages, 5.5 x 8.5, softcover

Genre: Young Adult Historical

Steamship to Zion by Jerry Borrowman

It is the spring of 1850, and the Chandler family is quietly leaving England for a well-deserved vacation earned by family patriarch Henry Chandler, a clerk for the Cunard shipping line. The holiday is a pretense. In actuality, the family does not plan to return to their home. They have recently joined the Mormon Church and are journeying west to join the Saints in Utah. But as they prepare to board ship, they encounter a desperate young woman attempting to travel alone.

The Chandlers graciously offer to chaperone Gloria Palmerston to New York City. Little do they know this strong-willed young lady holds a dangerous secret. Upon arriving in the United States, the Chandlers’ passage west is unexpectedly interrupted and the family is forced to work on a steamship bound for Panama as they inch closer to their goal of the Great Salt Lake valley.

With hopes of reaching the Zion of the West through a San Francisco route, the Chandler family and Miss Palmerston embark on a heroic undertaking as they face stormy seas, dishonest confidants, unending toil, strife, and betrayal, but also the helping hands of the famous Sam Brannan and Porter Rockwell. But there are some things worth sacrificing everything for.

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Title: Steamship to Zion

Author: Jerry Borrowman

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: April 2, 2012

ISBN: 978-1621080176

Size: 246 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical

Promises by Carolyn Twede Frank

Hattie is barely twelve when her pa’s “business adventures” disrupt her family and move them to the new town of Tropic, nestled in the shadows of old Ebenezer Bryce’s Canyon. Her pa views the town as opportunity. Hattie is hopelessly shy and views it with apprehension; she dreads the task of making new friends. More than anything else, Hattie wants to be like her father—not afraid of meeting new people, talking to strangers, and standing up for herself. So it is with trepidation that she accepts her pa’s challenge and promises to make new friends.

Hattie forms more promises as she struggles to make friends, finding companionship in places she wouldn’t have expected and learning that there is a difference between complaining and standing up for oneself.

Promises is a heartwarming story of friendship with a touch of mystery and adventure set in the days before Bryce Canyon became a national park. Drawn from the memoirs of Hattie Adair Jolley and her children, it is a realistic glimpse into the past and a delightful story for readers ages eight to eighty.

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Title: Promises

Author: Carolyn Twede Frank

Publisher: August Corp Press

Release Date: March 24, 2012

ISBN: 978-0985251307

Size: 212 pages, softcover

Genre: Historical

Sylvia, Come Home by Tom Roulstone

In 1893 eighteen-year-old Mormon girl Sylvia Prescott elopes with Rex Boyd, a non-Mormon hired ranch-hand. After a brief wedding, they flee to boom town Butte, Montana.

Soon, Rex returns to his old vices of drinking and gambling. Sylvia regrets her rashness in running off with Rex, but resolves to stick with him.

She takes a job at the local mercantile, to help pay off Rex’s debts. There she meets the amoral Virgil Slade, who vows to steal her from Rex and make her the mistress of Slade House, his Gothic revival mansion he’s building.

In the meantime, Rose, a young Irish girl and half-sister of the local Catholic priest, befriends Sylvia and becomes fascinated with Mormonism.

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Title: Sylvia, Come Home

Author: Tom Roulstone

Publisher: Self

Release Date: March 20, 2012

ASIN: B007N86E2A

Size: 192 pages, ebook

Genre: Historical Romance

The Heirs of Southbridge by Jennie Hansen

When tragedy strikes Southbridge plantation, young Clayton and his brother, Travis, are forced from the only home they’ve ever known. Fleeing the drunken rage of their grandfather, with bounty hunters and horse thieves thick on their trail, the boys and their father try to eke out a lonely life as fugitives and cowboys.

As Clayton nears adulthood, his greatest desire is for a strong and stable family, but his father’s death and his brother’s departure leave him more alone than ever. Seeking for roots, Clayton visits Southbridge en route to college and kneels on his mother’s grave, only to be accosted by a gun-wielding girl named Lucy, whose father will stop at nothing to make the plantation his own.

Can Clayton realize his deepest desires of marrying the woman he loves, having a family, and reclaiming the plantation that is his rightful heritage?

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Title: The Heirs of Southbridge

Author: Jennie Hansen

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: March, 2012


Size: 224 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical Romance

Espionage by A.L. Sowards

France, 1944: Nobody expects Peter Eddy to survive his first commando mission, to retrieve a code book stolen by the Nazis, so his success is rewarded with an even more daunting assignment. Partnered with fellow soldier Jacques Olivier, Eddy must identify which of the three Allied contacts in Calais is a double agent and use the traitor to help implement a strategic Allied diversion that might win the war.

Eddy and Olivier secretly cross the English Channel to confront their suspects one at a time, but what appears to be a clean assignment soon turns disastrous, and a shocking betrayal leaves Eddy in the grip of the Gestapo. With the courageous aid of Olivier and his sister, Genevieve, Eddy evades his captors in a highspeed chase through the streets of Calais.

But as the Allied invasion approaches, treachery in the least likely places leads to fresh graves in the bloodied European soil, and only the power of loyalty and love can transform tragic endings into new beginnings.

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Title: Espionage

Author: A.L. Sowards

Publisher: Covenant Communications

Release Date: February 29, 2012

ISBN: 978-1608611485

Size: 256 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical

Passage on the Titanic by Anita Stansfield

Ella Brown grew up in one of London’s privileged homes, with all the comforts and luxuries that money can buy. But when tragedy strikes her family, Ella is forced from a life of safety and abundance to one of scarcity and fear.

Clinging to survival on the filthy streets of the city, she’s betrayed by her only friend and left desperate and alone. When Ella arrives at the hospital in a life-threatening state, she needs an angel of mercy, and one soon arrives: Irene Corbett, an American midwife who has come to London for advanced medical training at the great sacrifice of her family.

Irene soothes Ella’s physical and emotional pains, helps her back on her feet, and joins her on a voyage to America aboard the ship Titanic—where epic disaster awaits the two friends. Deeply shaken by the catastrophe, Ella finds comfort and healing in the care of rescue crewman Jonathan Moreau and his loving family. But will the dark weight of Ella’s past destroy her delicate hopes for the future?

Bestselling author Anita Stansfield delivers a powerful story of compassion, hope, and survival set against a backdrop of the greatest tragedy of the early twentieth century.

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Title: Passage on the Titanic

Author: Anita Stansfield

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: February, 2012

ISBN: 978-1-60861-856-9

Size: 128 pages, 6×9, paperback

Genre: Historical Romance