Starring: Evelyn Brand, a spirited American journalist who's determined to write about the troubling things she sees in 1938 Germany; Peter Lang, a Harvard PhD student studying German and teaching at the University of Munich.
What happens: After Evelyn interviews Peter for a story, they become close, but find themselves pulled into danger -- especially Evelyn, whose grandfather was Jewish -- as Germany heads toward war.
Reviewers say: Sarah Sundin's "most brilliant and important work to date" (Booklist); "positively crackles with tension" (Library Journal).
Abducted by Hezbollah forces while trying to secure the Israeli-Lebanon border for a long-awaited peace agreement, Special Agent Marcus Ryker navigates delicate political challenges to prevent his own broadcasted execution. By the best-selling author of The Last Jihad.
A smallpox survivor who would protect her family and a railroad manager whose reunion with a brother is shattered by an act of vengeance find comfort and support in each other. By the award-winning author of the Willamette Brides series.
Bookmobile librarian and matchmaker Sarah Anne Miller discretely assists an Amish youth who would obtain his GED and a heartbroken reader who becomes his tutor, in a series debut by the best-selling author of the Walnut Creek romances.
Emigrating to 1863 British Columbia to join her brother, a mail-order bride discovers her incompatibility with her disreputable fiancé and rashly accepts a proposal from a local pastor to help him care for an abandoned infant.