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The Resurrection

When Ruby Case, an unassuming crippled woman, inexplicably raises a boy from the dead, she creates uproar in the quiet coastal town of Stonetree. Some brand her a witch, others a miracle worker. Yet Reverend Ian Clark could care less. […]
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The Sending

The minions of Satan think Mark is working completely for their errands. But someone else is sending Mark, as well. Racing time to find them and the Tree of Life, Mark must decide if he’s willing to lose his faith to save his soul. By Matt Koceich.
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The Muse

Stan Marino needs a muse. He’s written himself into a corner … again. A shot of inspiration is all he needs to finish his story … where is he going to find it? What Stan doesn’t know: Inspiration has found him. And it’s about to take over his life. Contemporary fantasy for teen readers and older.
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Lost Mission

An idyllic Spanish mission collapses in the eighteenth century. Twelve generations later, the ground is opened up, the forgotten ruins disturbed, and rich and poor alike confront the onslaught of resurging hell on earth. Supernatural thriller for adult readers by Athol Dickson.
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Angel

An earthquake shakes Southern California and sets the stage for the appearance of Aster, a stranger from a world far from our own. Miracles happen around him, spectacular promises are made, and wisdom flows forth from his lips. By Alton Gansky.
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The 12th Demon: Vampyre Majick

When Jonathan Steel and Josh Knight return to Dallas, Texas, a mysterious assassin named Raven surfaces from Steel’s murky, dangerous past. Book 2 of The Chronicles of Jonathan Steel by Bruce Hennigan.
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The Dead Whisper On

Candace MacHugh’s father promised to contact her from the “other side” if he could … but it’s been eleven long years. But one evening from the shadows she hears a familiar voice — Bud MacHugh’s trademark growl. By T.L. Hines.
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House by Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker

House

The only way out is in. One game. Seven players. Three rules. Game ends at dawn.
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The 13th Demon: Altar Of The Spiral Eye

Three years ago, a psychopathic killer possessed by the “thirteenth” demon destroyed Jonathan Steel’s life. Now he searches the countryside for the hideous creature. Book 1 of The Chronicles of Jonathan Steel series by Bruce Hennigan.
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Waking Lazarus

Jude Allman is hiding from the world and hiding from God. Because when you come back from the dead three times, the world wants a piece of you … and it becomes clear that God may have something in mind for you, too. By T.L. Hines.
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The Truth Teller

A five-year-old boy can sense who is telling the truth…and who isn’t. It’s a gift some will do anything to silence and a mother will do anything to protect. By Angela Hunt.
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Shadowed

In the wake of a miracle of global proportions, National Peace Organization operative Paul Stepola has been exposed as a double agent—serving the Zealot Underground of people of faith in an atheistic world. Book 3 of the Underground Zealot series by Jerry B. Jenkins.
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Monster by Frank Peretti

Monster

Someone — no, something — emerges from the dense woods and begins pursuing them. Dependent on the efforts of a small town and a band of friends, Reed knows they have little time to find Beck.
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Nightbringer

An ancient evil has darkened the abbey halls and turned the once-peaceful monastery into a murderous battleground. By James Byron Huggins.
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Silenced

National Peace Organization operative Paul Stepola walks a dangerous tightrope as a double agent — a new believer assigned to enforce the ban on religion. Book 2 of the Underground Zealot series, by Jerry B. Jenkins.
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Soon

Supernatural events are happening that Paul Stepola can’t explain. But when one event hits close to home, Paul can no longer deny the truth. Book 1 of the Underground Zealot series, by Jerry B. Jenkins.
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Marduk’s Tablet

When the unexplainable begins to happen, Emilie Nazzaro finds herself probing the deep mysteries of life–and wondering if she, too, will fall prey to Marduk’s tablet. Supernatural thriller by T.L. Higley.
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The Lights Of Tenth Street

As angelic forces do battle behind the veil, it’s clear that the choice Doug and Sherry make … and how they confront the painful issues in their marriage … has the terrifying power to deepen — or illuminate — the spiritual darkness. Supernatural thriller by Shaunti Feldhahn.
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Dark Moon

At first Marcus Stiller thought his telescope was playing tricks on him. It wasn’t. A dark red spot has appeared on the lunar surface—a spot no one can explain. And it’s growing. By Alton Gansky.
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The Prodigy

Undeniable miracles are following a rusty station wagon on its journey west. But the person behind them is no charismatic religious figure. He’s the six-year-old son of a poor single mother and the possessor of a gift he can’t explain. By Alton Gansky.
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The Visitation, Frank Peretti

The Visitation

Small, eastern Washington wheat town of Antioch has suddenly become a gateway for the supernatural. But what’s great for local business has just the opposite effect on Travis Jordan. Contemporary supernatural thriller by Frank Peretti.
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The Eternity Gene

Dr. Jack Brennan is led on a series of thrilling adventures through the fabric of time and the history of civilization as he finds himself in the middle of a sinister alien conspiracy. Sequel to The Fallen, both by Robert Don Hughes.
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Through My Eyes

Rev. Adam Bridger and his wife, Dr. Rachel Tremaine, are once again at the center of an adventure not of their own making. Contemporary end-times supernatural thriller by Alton Gansky.
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By My Hands

A series of mysterious and miraculous healings baffles doctors, pastors, and the media baffled. When pastor Adam Bridgers investigates, he uncovers evidence that places his life in jeopardy. Medical supernatural thriller for adult readers, by Alton Gansky.
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The Oath

An ancient sin. A long forgotten oath. A town with a deadly secret. Contemporary supernatural thriller for adult readers, by Frank Peretti.
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The Fallen

Although it didn’t fit with his theology, Dr. Jack Brenner was convinced he’d been abducted by aliens — at first. But doubts set in. Who then — or what — were they? Science fiction by Robert Don Hughes.
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Prophet by Frank E. Peretti

Prophet

John Barrett, anchorman for the city’s most-watched newscast, is a man suddenly lost in a town he thought he owned. His comfortable world is being jarred to the breaking point.
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Piercing the Darkness by Frank Peretti

Piercing The Darkness

Across a vast panorama of heart-stopping action, Sally Roe’s journey is a penetrating portrayal of our times, a reflection of our wanderings, and a vivid reminder of the redemptive power of the Cross.
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This Present Darkness by Frank Peretti

This Present Darkness

A skeptical reporter and a prayerful pastor are caught up in a hideous New Age plot to enslave the townspeople of Ashton.
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