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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Arena

Transported surreptitiously to a terrifying alien world, with limited resources and only a few cryptic words to guide her, Callie Hayes finds herself engulfed in a perilous battle for freedom—and her very life. Allegorical fantasy for adult readers, by Karen Hancock.
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Exile Of Lucifer

With a willing crew of equally ambitious angels, Lucifer creates a fifth-column of malcontents under the very throne of God. Hot on their heels, however, is a group of loyalists, led by Michael and Gabriel. Book 1 of The Chronicles of the Host Biblical fantasy series by D. Brian Shafer.
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Desecration

Rayford Steele and his ragtag team of flying rebels — having arrived by the dozens from around the globe — ready themselves to serve as agents of rescue for God’s chosen people. Book 9 in the Left Behind end-times thriller series, by Time LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins.
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Mission 6: Moon Racer

A devious plot threatens to overtake the spaceship Moon Racer as Tyce, Ashley, and the crew near the end of their six-month journey from Mars to Earth. Who’s the rebel mastermind? Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
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The Devil’s Mouth

Fleeing for his life, Prince Lanson of Lochlaund must choose whether to release a beautiful tavern maid to the church’s legalistic justice, or defy the church and wed her. Book 2 in The Seven Kingdoms Chronicles fantasy series by Thomas Williams.
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Mission 5: Sole Survivor

When Tyce’s best friend, Director Rawling McTigre, and three other scientists are buried alive on Mars, Tyce doesn’t think things can get any worse. But he is sorely mistaken. Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
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Mission 4: Hammerhead

A deadly comet catapults toward Mars. Only one thing can break up the comet before it does damage: the new Hammerhead torpedo. Tyce Sanders only has two weeks to master it … and someone’s trying to stop him. Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
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Oxygen

In the year 2012, Valkerie Jansen’s life dream becomes a reality when she joins NASA’s first manned mission to Mars. But dreams turn suddenly to nightmares as an explosion cripples the spacecraft on the outward voyage.
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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 Last Guardian

In 1975, the life of Cornell graduate student T.G. Shass is forever changed when he finds himself in possession of a mysterious and ancient artifact. By Shane Johnson.
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Avalon: The Return Of King Arthur

In 21st-century England, a power-hungry prime minister is about to destroy the British monarchy. But a young captain, James Arthur Stuart, is not the commoner he believed himself to be–he is King Arthur, reborn. Companion to The Pendragon Cycle series, medieval fantasy for adult readers.
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The Mark

His Excellency Global Community Potentate Nicolae Carpathia is back, this time as Satan. Meanwhile, the Trib Force gears up for its most ambitious countermeasures ever. Book 8 in the Left Behind end-times thriller series, by Time LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins.
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Mission 3: Time Bomb

As Tyce approaches the strange black boxes on the Martian landscape, he makes a startling discovery: one that could change life for everyone in the universe. That is, if he lives to uncover the truth. Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
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Mission 2: Alien Pursuit

A tekkie is found unconscious in the plant lab. Worse, it looks like teeth and claws have ripped his space suit! Fourteen-year-old Tyce Sanders does not believe aliens exist, but this may force him to rethink this view. Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
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Mission 1: Oxygen Level Zero

Oxygen is leaking out of the dome, and the scientists and tekkies are stumped. The next supply ship from Earth isn’t due for days. Will fourteen-year-old Tyce Sanders solve the mystery in time? Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
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The Veritas Conflict

A heavenly battle is raging for the heart and mind of a young co-ed, a college, and a nation. Harvard University is a centuries-old battleground in the struggle between good and evil, and one student has no idea she’s about to be thrust onto the front lines. By Shaunti Feldhahn.
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The Immmortal

Claudia is stunned by Asher Genzano’s story. Who is he? A fanatic? A religious zealot? A raving lunatic? Or is he what he says he is-a 2000-year-old man cursed with immortality and on a holy mission to prevent a global cataclysm? By Angela Hunt.
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The Indwelling

It’s the midpoint of the seven-year Tribulation. A renowned man is dead, and the world mourns. In heaven, the battle of the ages continues to rage until it spills to earth and hell breaks loose. Book 7 in the Left Behind end-times thriller series, by Time LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins.
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The Year Of The Warrior

Ironically, though “Father” Aillil is as phony as a three-dollar psalm, he alone must convert a fiercely pagan people to Christ — and they don’t want to hear about it. Nor do their “gods,” who are all too real. Historical fantasy by Lars Walker.
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Transgression

While playing a virtual reality game, Rivka Meyers, an American Messianic Jew visiting Israel for an archaeological dig, becomes trapped in ancient Jerusalem, involved in a plot to destroy the spread of Christianity. By Randall Ingermanson.
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Distant Memory

She had lost her wallet, her identity — everything except the clothes on her back — and her life. She awoke in a room she didn’t remember, asleep on a bed she did not recognize. Then her life turned complicated. By Alton Gansky.
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Vanished

What has happened to the citizens of desert military instillation Roanoke II? Caught with his team between trained paramilitary killers and an unearthly and deadly enigma, Stanton faces a choice that will stretch his Christian faith to the limits. By Alton Gansky.
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Nephilim: The Truth Is Here

Skeptical but hot for a story, journalist Art “Mac” Mackenzie follows a lead to Israel, where he comes across the remains of a nephilim: an ancient biblical giant, sired by demons and born of human women. Book 1 of the Nephilim Series, supernatural thriller for adult readers.
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The Crown Of Eden

When a simple blacksmith unearths the lost crown of Eden, he is torn between his love for a beautiful maiden and his duty to honor a 100-year-old prophecy. Book 1 in The Seven Kingdoms Chronicles fantasy series by Thomas Williams.
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Fire of Heaven by Bill Myers

Fire Of Heaven

Newlyweds Brandon and Sarah Martus accept the call to become Revelation’s two prophets, and must prepare for the final showdown against Satan himself.
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Assassins

The Tribulation Force hurtles toward the four murders foretold in scripture. Rayford Steele plots his own involvement in the assassination of the Antichrist. Book 6 in the Left Behind end-times thriller series, by Time LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins.
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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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Wolf Time

Something’s gusting into Epsom, Minnesota. A Norwegian poet greets it with triumph. But Professor Carl Martell worries — because Martell cannot tell a lie, but he knows one when he hears it. Contemporary fantasy by Lars Walker.
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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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A Ship Possessed

It arrived 50 years late and without its crew — but it didn’t arrive alone. By Alton Gansky.
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Apollyon

The fifth Trumpet Judgment—a plague of scorpion-like locusts led by Apollyon—is so horrifying that men try to kill themselves but are not allowed to die.
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Soul Harvest

As the world hurtles toward the Trumpet Judgments and the great soul harvest prophesied in Scripture, Rayford and Buck begin searching for their loved ones from different corners of the world. Book 4 in the Left Behind end-times thriller series, by Time LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins.
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Fatal Defect

When Christian and gene-splicing technician Tamara Mack instructed to graft the AIDS virus onto an airborne particle, her refusal exposes a terrorist plot threatening everyone on earth. Book 3 of the Ethan Hamilton Technothrillers Trilogy series by Jefferson Scott.
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Children Of God

The only member of the original mission to the planet Rakhat to return to Earth, Father Emilio Sandoz has barely begun to recover from his ordeal when the Society of Jesus calls upon him for help in preparing for another mission to Alpha Centauri. By Mary Doria Russell.
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Beyond The Millennium

Paul Meier and Robert L. Wise provide a glimpse behind the veil of time, into the eye of the storm to witness how angels and demons battle for people’s hearts and souls. End times fiction. Sequel/parallel novel to The Third Millennium.
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Erling’s Word

Vikings had killed Ailill’s parents and forced him into slavery. Then he was mistaken for a priest and rescued by a Norwegian noble. Now “Father” Ailill must face the dangers of life in a hostile land. Historical fantasy by Lars Walker.
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Threshold by Bill Myers

Threshold

Some say Brandon Martus has a mysterious ability to see into the future, to experience what scientists refer to as a “higher dimension.” Others insist he is simply plagued by the accidental death of his little sister.
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Terminal Logic

What rules apply when the killer isn’t human? When people begin dying in bizarre accidents, it is once again up to Christian programmer Ethan Hamilton to save users from high-tech destruction. Book 2 of the Ethan Hamilton Technothrillers Trilogy series by Jefferson Scott.
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Cain

Alive, Cain had been their deadliest killer; dead, he became their greatest nightmare. When Cain awakes, he is transformed: he has become the ultimate predator. By James Byron Huggins.
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