Legend Of The Emerald Rose

After the deaths of King Arthur and Guenevere, Merlin’s son Shadoe un Hollo Tors and warrior princess Emerald Rose Rayn must join together, fight sorcery and demons, and save the Isle of Might. Medieval fantasy by Linda Wichman.
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Final Confrontation

The prophecy of the Coming One has now been fulfilled. Lucifer realizes that any hope to win the war is slipping away and decides upon a desperate gamble — he will have to face the Son personally. Book 4 of The Chronicles of the Host Biblical fantasy series by D. Brian Shafer.
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Tahn

Trained in his youth to be a mercenary but troubled by the deeds of his past, Tahn must now choose between the commands of a master and the urgings of his own good conscience. Medieval fantasy by L. A. Kelly.
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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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Leonardo’s Chair

Is Leonardo’s chair real? Does it possess ancient power to create? Ultimately he, too, is seduced by the idea of the chair’s power. Will he use the chair to recreate one of Leonardo’s paintings? Will he become another anonymous copyist? By John DeSimone.
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Flight To Eden

It’s the dawn of humanity, and civilization is rapidly advancing. But a dark power is at work, intent on gaining complete control of the Cradleland — the birthplace of the still-young world. Book 1 of the Cradleland Chronicles series by Dougals Hirt.
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Double Vision

Three secrets. Two women. One man. No time. Romantic technothriller for adult readers, by Randall Ingermanson.
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Second Time Around

While Time Lottery spokesman Alexander MacMillan manages the increasingly dangerous paparazzi on the outside, three time-traveling lottery contestants face agonizing decisions about their futures. Book 2 in the Time Lottery series, science fiction for adult readers.
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Nephilim: The Revealing

Former reporter Art MacKenzie and his spiritual mentor, Johanen, are desperate to try to locate a diskette with vital information. But a fallen angel — and the organization known as the Cadre — will kill to get their hands on it. Book 3 of the Nephilim Series, supernatural thriller for adult readers.
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The Bride Of Stone

When the paths of sculptor Davian and princess Avelessa finally cross, they can’t imagine what perilous choices are in store for them — or the redemption that will follow. Book 3 in The Seven Kingdoms Chronicles fantasy series by Thomas Williams.
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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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The Candlestone

Billy and Bonnie wonder about a number of unsolved mysteries. What was the strange book that the dragon slayers used to summon a dragon? And what happened to the candlestone, that strange gem? Book 2 in the Dragons In Our Midst series by Bryan Davis.
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A Form Of Godliness

Welcome to America: where every school child is completely healthy; where an all-embracing church speaks only of unconditional love and acceptance. Yet beneath the surface of this seeming utopia lies a horrifying darkness. By Shane Johnson.
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Prisoners Of Hope

Under Ares’ command, Lystra has successfully defended her capital from invasion by a Qarqarian usurper who wants the legitimate heir, whom Ares is sheltering, dead. Book 3 in The Latter Annals of Lystra fantasy series by Robin Hardy.
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Ares Of Westford

The murder of Surchatain Cedric has ended his brutal reign over Lystra. But according to the Law of Roman, Cedric’s son, seven-year-old Henry, must either rule or die when he comes of age. Book 2 in The Latter Annals of Lystra fantasy series by Robin Hardy.
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The Bark Of The Bog Owl

Echoing from the river bottom forest, the bark of the bog owl speaks of wild places still untamed, of quests not yet pursued. Aidan Errolson heeds this call … and soon learns it’s a call to save his country. Book 1 of The Wilderking Trilogy fantasy series by Jonathan Rogers.
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Through The Valley Of Bones

Upon the arrival of an old friend, an aging commoner, known as Mere, embarks on a journey to a distant land. Their travels are soon interrupted by an evil troll determined to end Mere’s life. Fantasy by Randall Thorn.
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Wormwood

Panic fills the streets of London on a night in 1756 when the earth suddenly lurches forward and starts spinning out of control. Eleven days and nights flash through the sky, finally leaving the city in total darkness. Is the end of the world at hand? Fantasy by G.P. Taylor.
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Retribution

Jerusalem, A.D. 66. The City of God seethes with rage against imperial Rome … and, in an act of unspeakable brutality, Rome takes deadly retribution. War looms on the horizon — but one woman already knows the outcome. By Randall Ingermanson.
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The Shadow Within

Abramm Kalladorne has returned to Kiriath to claim the crown he thought he would never wear and to prepare his people for the inevitable attack of the Armies of the Black Moon. Book 2 of the Legends of the Guardian-King fantasy series by Karen Hancock.
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The Surrogate

When Kyle and Bethany Dolan hire a surrogate for their last surviving embryo, they allow themselves to hope once again. When the surrogate lapses into a coma, the Dolans face psychological and supernatural forces they never knew existed. Supernatural thriller for adult readers.
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The Welkening

When four friends — bound together as misfits — are transported into an alternative dimension, they find that they’ve been rescued from one crisis only to be thrust into another. Meanwhile, a third story is developing in yet another realm. Young-adult fantasy by Gregory Spencer.
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Raising Dragons

A boy learns of his dragon past; a girl has known of hers for years. Book 1 in the Dragons In Our Midst middle-grade contemporary fantasy series, by Bryan Davis.
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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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DragonSpell

Paladin’s servants rescue Kale from danger but turn her from her destination: The Hall, where she was to be trained. Afraid and unprepared, Kale embarks on a perilous quest to find the meech dragon egg stolen by the foul Wizard Risto.
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Beyond The Summerland

Forged to kill and wielded to survive, the blade has bound them all. Epic fantasy for adult readers by L.B. Graham.
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Dark To Mortal Eyes

When an ancient evil rouses, each member of the Addison family becomes enmeshed in a terrifying supernatural battle–one with global consequences. Contemporary/paranormal for adult readers.
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Countless As The Stars

What if instead of shepherds in the Middle East, the Patriarchs were space travellers, colonists eking out an existence on a barren world many light years from home? Science fiction, self-published by Steve Trower.
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Shadowmancer

In this tale set on the 1700’s Yorkshire coast, Obadiah Demurral is a vicar set on gaining control of the highest power in the universe. The only people in his way are two children, Kate and Thomas. Fantasy for teen readers and older, by G.P. Taylor.
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Lonama’s Map

In a robbery attempt gone wrong in the remote world of Tessalindria, Rindar comes to realize he has stolen one of the most sought-after treasures on the face of the planet: a copy of the legendary Lonama’s Map. Fantasy by F.W. Faller.
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Glorious Appearing

It’s been just over seven years since the Rapture and almost exactly seven years since Antichrist’s covenant with Israel. Believers look to the heavens for the Glorious Appearing of Christ. Book 12 in the Left Behind end-times thriller series, by Time LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins.
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Shivering World, Kathy Tyers
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Shivering World

Microbiologist Graysha Brady-Phillips accepts a hazardous position assisting in terraforming the planet Goddard.
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“This story grows on the reader much faster than bacteria in a barren biosphere.” — Lorehaven Magazine

The Silence

Out of global chaos, Reverend Jerry Moses grows a tiny Illinois farm church into the “Garden of Eden,” a cult-like community touting food as the new currency for a world gone silent. Three people journey to confront his heretical teaching. End-times suspense by Jim Kraus.
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Blood and Judgment

Actor Will Sverdup never counted on getting sucked back in time and into the body of the original, historical Hamlet in sixth-century Denmark — where he and other actors must play their roles to the blood-soaked climax. Historical fantasy by Lars Walker.
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Nicole Of Prie Mer

17-year-old Nicole, daughter of a humble tailor, has several marriage prospects. But these are dark times in the land of Lystra, and Nicole discovers that in the presence of evil, even good men may veil the truth. Romantic fantasy by Robin Hardy.
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Chayatocha

In a desperate search for his missing family, Paradine comes face-to-face with the beast responsible for the terror — an ancient creature, beyond human, that allows him to live only to accomplish its most sinister desire. By Shane Johnson.
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Out Of Time

Electrical appliances fail. The diesel engine is sullen and unresponsive. And then, out of the mist, a ship slowly appears — H.M.S. Archer, a pre-WW1 Dreadnought. A ship missing since 1913. By Alton Gansky.
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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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City Of Dreams

History revolves around the life of a peasant born in the Middle East more than 2000 years ago. But what if that never happened … until now? Special Agent Alex Hunter’s efforts bring him to the brink of the most important discovery of his life. Biblical / alternate history thriller for teen readers.
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