Daily Deals in Christian Fiction and Non-Fiction for April 4, 2013 presented in order by price. To read book summaries, reader reviews or to buy a book, simply click on the book cover to go directly to the download page for that book.
Today’s list of Daily Deals includes several books by well-known authors for less than one dollar. Authors include Terry Burns, Cindy Coloma, Nancy Moser, Lori Copeland, Robin Jones Gunn, and Douglas Wilson. This doesn’t happen often so be sure to read the descriptions, click the book title and author links and get your copies today.
Featured Deals of the Day
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When the sheriff’s shocking news brings Emma Mansi back to Serenity, Colorado, she must face her past–the old Victorian house, the overgrown rose garden, and the sheriff, Sam Gold, a man she once loved deeply. Is it possible that just as Mama’s roses will bloom again, so will Emma’s heart and faith?
A shipwreck, an attic sanctum, an oppressive father, love letters, clandestine meetings, a secret marriage, an escape to Italy, the birth of a child, and happily ever after. So plays out the odd but mesmerizing life of poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning. How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. . . . Christy Award winning author Nancy Moser has crafted a romantic, emotion-charged novel based on the true story of beloved poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning. As a bonus, the novel includes the entire Sonnets from the Portuguese—Elizabeth’s love sonnets to Robert Browning.
Mr. Burns stands in a long line of cowboy storytellers, and Shepherd’s Son is vintage Terry Burns. In this deceptively simple story of a sheepherder clashing with cattle ranchers and finding true love in the process, he spins another one of his signature yarns of grace and subtlety. Reading a Terry Burns novel is like sitting around a campfire out on the trail under a sky full of moon and stars, listening to tales shared by the cowpokes in their soft, unhurried drawl. ~J. M . Hochstetler, Author of The American Patriot Series
If we want to understand contemporary American culture wars, we must first come to grips with the culture wars of the nineteenth century. That our nation did not remove slavery in a biblical way helps explain many of our contemporary social evils. But who is qualified to talk about such things? What is a biblical view of racism? Why do the biblical answers to such questions so infuriate the radical left and the radical right? This collection of essays lays out some of the answers from a view unafraid of historic biblical orthodoxy.
Abby is raising her family thousands of miles away. And even though Hawaii might seem like paradise to some, it’s a long way away from those idyllic days she remembers, sitting with her grandmother, learning about the beauty and mystery of life. So Abby has just one wish: that her daughter Hannah might be touched by the beauty of her 92-year-old Grand Lady’s stories, before it’s too late.
But when Hannah finally does spend time with Grand Lady, the old woman crushes her tender spirit. And a mother-daughter journey home becomes an adventure of discovery-about the importance of family and the healing found in forgiveness. In Gardenias for Breakfast, mothers and daughters may recognize a branch or two from their own family trees and find themselves wishing not only for Grand Lady’s guidance but also for Hannah’s ability to smell the clouds.
In 1941, a young woman faced the firing squad at Mauthausen Concentration Camp with one unrevealed secret as her only comfort. Sixty years later, a family mystery unfolds as Darby Evans struggles to calm her cancer-ravaged grandmother who calls the name of “Tatianna” in her dying hours. A deathbed promise launches Darby on a journey across the world and into the secrets of Nazi-occupied Austria —a journey full of dead ends, shocking stories, and dangerous men who want a share in her grandmother’s lost inheritance. As Darby seeks answers, her search opens old wounds, incites new dangers, discovers new love, and offers healing to six decades of a long winter’s sorrow.
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