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Dec
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Stepping Stones to Suspense: A Conversation With Lynne Tagawa

Lynne Tagawa is married with four grown sons and three grandbabies. A biology teacher, she teaches part-time, writes and edits. She’s written a Texas history curriculum in narrative form, Sam Houston’s Republic, and has just published her debut novel, A Twisted Strand. Lynne lives with her husband in South Texas. When I was fourteen, I...
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Dec
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December 2017 Releases in Christian Fiction

December 2017 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary: Rebecca’s Redemption by Lee Carver — A nurse seeking redemption for past sins joins a doctor contending against the jungle. Both healers need healing. (Contemporary, Independently Published) Contemporary Romance: The Christmas Baby by Lisa Carter...
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Nov
2017
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Jared Realizes Mary is Layla, Chapter 47, Phantom Love

After coming back from Soul Believers, Jared had worked in the yard for a few hours. While his leg showed signs of improvement, it still ached from the bending and stretching of the day’s work hand-weeding the old flower gardens. At least the ibuprofen seemed to be working, so he could avoid taking Percocet. It...
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Nov
2017
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A Conversation With Cathe Swanson

Cathe Swanson lives in Wisconsin, where the long winters are perfect for writing and reading books! Cathe enjoys writing stories with creative plots and eccentric characters of all ages. Her books will make you laugh and make you cry – and then make you laugh again. What’s the hardest part of writing romantic suspense? Cathe:...
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Nov
2017
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Jared Sees Mary in a Wedding Dress, Chapter 45, Phantom Love

Mary hung up the phone. At least something was going right. The painting was an authentic Thomas Eakins. Mr. Sullivan had personally arranged for the auction house to schedule the painting in the August auction. After her panic attack earlier, doubts about her fitness as a wife, much less a missionary one, assailed her. Amy’s...
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