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The Eden Covenant
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 114,620. Language: English. Published: September 17, 2013 by BOOKS YOU CAN TRUST Publishing. Category: Fiction » Themes & motifs » Religious
Are you ready for the latter days? In her latest novel, noted author, MaryAnn Ball, tales us on a journey toward that point long prophesied. Join the Carver family as Ms. Ball incorporates so much of these troubling times into her story as the family comes to grips with the dangers that lie ahead, in their quest to be not only prepared, but unified.
All That Hate Me Whisper Together
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 236,000. Language: English. Published: March 21, 2013 by Austin Macauley. Category: Fiction » Themes & motifs » Religious
s there a psychic world of evil resisting good? This chilling tale will convince you that there is. Set in 1926 a child of devout Christian parents, who both die tragically in a bitter struggle for better working conditions, is sent to Salem Orphanage. Although the Governess is a devout Christian her husband isn’t.
Coincidence Theory
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Series: Gods and Men, Book #1. Price: Free! Words: 111,140. Language: English. Published: November 1, 2012. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
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Lost to time, the artefacts of the Egyptian Zep-Tepi have been returned to the world from the deserts of their origin. Split across two epochs, Coincidence Theory will take you on a voyage through what you thought you always knew as truth, retelling one of the most famous stories in history, to uncover the story behind the myth.
A Dialogue of the Deaf
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Price: $3.00 USD. Words: 136,670. Language: English. Published: January 8, 2012. Category: Fiction » Themes & motifs » Religious
Alastair Jamieson is a cantankerous old recluse and an atheist. To his surprise and discomforture he finds himself surrounded by his dysfunctional family whereupon the old man does battle with his devout son, an ordained priest, on the issue of assisted suicide. The debate is heated but somewhat disjointed because both men are somewhat deaf.