Free Christian Fiction eBooks 7/09/13

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Brother Half Angel by Martin Roth. Free on 7/09/13
In this book from Martin Roth’s series of international thrillers, Brother Half Angel is the leader of a secret new church military order, dedicated to helping Christians under attack around the world. He is sent to China, where an underground seminary is under siege from fanatical sword-wielding members of a local cult who still pay homage to the bloodthirsty extremists who tried to expel all foreigners from China in the nineteenth century.

But while under attack from external forces, the seminary has its own internal divisions. The director, Uncle Ling, a hero of the underground Chinese church, holds secrets that he cannot reveal. And now the tensions are threatening the marriage of idealistic young American missionaries Daniel and Jenny Westloke.

This gripping thriller offers relentless suspense while raising serious questions – how far can Christians go to defend themselves? When should they turn the other cheek? What happens when a Christian kills in self-defense? And should those who live by the sword really expect to die by the sword? (Cover design by Romit Berger.)

No Escape in Sight by Laurie Penner. Free on 7/09/13
When Beth Robertson’s rebellious teenager disappears, the single mother imagines the worst while beginning the search for Emily. Due to Beth’s limited resources, former private investigator Luke Sanders offers to help, introducing to Beth a gentle but firm approach that was unfamiliar to her during her previous marriage to an abusive alcoholic. With no other apparent assistance, Beth reluctantly befriends this unchurched man who believes he has a good lead to find Emily and who obviously likes her. Beth and her twelve-year-old daughter Bonnie join Luke as he travels to Southern California, where the investigation has the three searching for clues and working together on the case which turns into an urgent race against time. Beth’s increased admiration of Luke falters when his strikingly beautiful former girlfriend shows up and appears to successfully claim back most of Luke’s attention. Beth is soon relying on her faith in God to help her through the complications until she can find Emily and get back to a normal life. As she tries to back out gracefully from any deeper relationship with Luke, Beth quickly realizes she is heading into yet another hurtful relationship from which there is no escape.
Accused: 1 by Janice Cantore. Free on 7/09/13
Detective Carly Edwards hates working in juvenile—where the brass put her after an officer-involved shooting—and longs to be back on patrol. So when a troubled youth, Londy Atkins, is arrested for the murder of the mayor and Carly is summoned to the crime scene, she’s eager for some action. Carly presses Londy for a confession but he swears his innocence, and despite her better judgment, Carly is inclined to believe him. Yet homicide is convinced of his guilt and is determined to convict him.

Carly’s ex-husband and fellow police officer, Nick, appears to be on her side. He’s determined to show Carly that he’s a changed man and win her back, but she isn’t convinced he won’t betray her again.

As the investigation progresses, Carly suspects a cover-up and strikes out on her own, uncertain whom she can trust. But when danger mounts, she begins to wonder if she made the right choice.

Free Christian Fiction eBooks 7/01/13

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Church Boyz’ by H. H. Fowler. Free on 7/01/13
Imagine sharing the spotlight with a ruthless blackmailer, whose only intention, is to take all of which you’ve worked hard to achieve – your wealth, your fame, and your church of seven thousand members. For Pastor Leroy Paxton of Mount Moriah Baptist Church, this is no imagination. Five years ago, he committed a toxic sin and almost lost his life trying to cover it up. He now comes face to face with his past, which haunts him from the pulpit to his bedroom. And the only way out of this nightmare is to make a decision that could cost him everything.

Then imagine being mentored by one of the most revered men, Abraham Winder, whose stance on accountability and sexual purity is taught rigorously within the Mount Moriah mentoring program, only to discover your mentor is not what you expect. This is the reality for Dominic Housten, one of Abraham’s closet and trusted protégés, who accidentally stumbles upon a scene that left him frozen in disbelief. As Dominic struggles with betrayal, he confides in the pastor’s daughter – the only woman he’d secretly loved for years. The only problem with that is the pastor’s daughter is married to Phillip Benjamin, a deacon of the church and an extremely jealous man, who suspects Dominic’s intention runs deeper than just a casual friendship.

The intertwined lives of these four men show that the righteous are not perfect, and at times, are tempted to forsake the ways of God. As each of these men battle to regain their focus, they will come to realize that the consequences of their sins are far greater than they’d anticipated – just one stupid mistake could produce a lifetime of hell!

Nightfall by E.L. Middleton. Free on 7/01/13
Two college students, outcast by those that surround them, find each other as an unspeakable horror descends upon their university.

At its core, a story of two young people attending a major Christian University who, through their differing approaches to faith are outcast by the others that attend. Dejected and feeling alone fate brings them together on the very night that supernatural attacks on the college campus threaten to tear it apart.

Dangerous Deception by Anne Patrick. Free on 7/01/13
An Inspirational Romantic Suspense Short Story –
Journalist Gwen Jacobs thrived on dangerous assignments. That is until her ambition led to the massacre of an entire African village. Now, a year later, she’s been offered a chance at redemption and the opportunity to expose the men behind the slaughter. Unaware of the secrets she carries, or the danger they could bring if exposed, philanthropist Jack Peterson and his small group of humanitarians welcome Gwen on their journey of hope with the understanding she will tell the world of the atrocities taking place amidst a civil war. But when Gwen’s deception is uncovered and a rebel commander learns who she is, not only is Gwen’s life on the line, the whole group could die.

Free Christian Fiction eBooks 6/29/13

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Diamonds are for Eden by Felicia Mires. Free on 6/29/13
What begins as a routine courier mission turns into a fight for her life as Natasha Kelly teems up with Israel’s Mossad to fight a deadly terrorist.

When Abram Perez asks Natasha Kelly to put her exceptional courier skills to work for the nation of Israel, he mentions that several men have disappeared or died already in the attempt to carry uncut diamonds from Africa to the Diamond Institute in Israel. Natasha thinks her wide-eyed dumb blond routine, along with several disguises, will be just what she needs to thwart the enemy’s plans. Apparently, these terrorists don’t take too kindly to dumb blonds. Her hotel room is ransacked, her belongings destroyed, and then they shoot at her.

If that’s not enough, she’s being tailed by the smoothest operator she’s ever met, Dirk Sloan, the movie heartthrob of women the world over. Only, this isn’t one of his suspense flicks, this is her life. And if she doesn’t figure out who’s fair or foul, she could be the next one dead.

Enter Israel’s Mossad. They’ve sent David Benjamin to keep an eye on her, but his attentions seem a little too intense. Now, her heart beats fast at the sight of two men, not to mention the hordes of terrorists out to kill her.

From the diamond mines of Africa to a desert oasis in Israel, Natasha’s life becomes a maze of opportunities for disaster. She never realized what a wimp she was. It’s time to put the enemy in his place, and there’s only one way she knows to walk on water…by the Father’s hand. What Natasha learns about putting her faith in God to work will change her life forever, and possibly that of everyone she meets.

This series follows Natasha as she grows in faith, forgiveness, and love to battle the ancient threat against the Holy Lands and God’s people, Israel. Each installment in the series solves an area of crisis and opens the door for others as the Mossad send Natasha on one mission after another, and her heart at last finds a home.

Diamonds are for Eden is the first book in Natasha Kelly’s spy series and is a romantic suspense novel of approximately 200 print pages.

Twisted Wolf by Perry Perrett. Free on 6/29/13
Modern-day David and Bathsheba

What if the most upright person, stumbles? Oh, and that person, is the President of the United States? And, in the process of attempting to conceal his mistake, he is accused of treason and murder?

Army Lieutenant Josh Davis suffers a devastating tragedy while home on military leave. Trusting God for strength, he triumphs, earning the Congressional Medal of Honor. But heroism comes with consequences.

Years later, a conservative group asks Josh to run for the Oval Office. To his surprise, to get there, he must campaign against his father-in-law, a former one-term President. Their political, and personal, embattlement ends with a surprising twist of fate.

A Thousand Times by Billy Wray. Free on 6/29/13
Addicts who have hit bottom know how terrifying the road back up appears.

Private detective Charlie Street got off the booze years ago, but he’s plateaued on an addiction that he finds both shameful and irresistible: sex.

When he’s beaten up and almost killed by a couple of thugs working for the other side of a messy divorce, Charlie takes up a cold murder case with a big reward as a way to retire in comfort. He starts working with Junior, a crazy-violent bar-brawler who turns out to be the son of a woman Charlie had a crush on when he was a teen-ager.

Can this woman help him recover the lost happiness from his past? Or is that just another addict’s escape fantasy?

For an addict, giving up the drug of choice may be just the beginning, and finding true freedom may be more terrifying than giving up the booze.

Praise for A Thousand Times:

Loved the book. When I had to leave it, I could hardly wait to get back to it. Miriam Cohely, Fayetteville, N.C.

Great book. I could relate to Charlie Street 100 percent. Lewis Reese, Fayetteville, N.C.

I read a lot, mostly romance novels, but I can’t remember enjoying a read recently more than A Thousand Times. Grey Covington, Halifax, Va.

I didn’t want to put A Thousand Times down. I read way into the night, then got up early the next morning and finished it. Myra Roberts, Eastover, N.C.

Free Christian Fiction eBooks 6/25/13

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Distant Dreams by Judith Pella. Free on 6/25/13
The year is 1835 and Carolina Adams finds herself enchanted by an unlikely suitor…the railroad. Frustrated by society’s expectations upon her gender, she longs to study more masculine subjects and is thrilled when her father grants her a tutor.

James Baldwin arrives to serve as Carolina’s teacher, but of more importance, he is to court Carolina’s beautiful older sister, Virginia. Will expectations–and Virginia’s southern charm–elicit the hoped-for proposal? Or will James and Carolina dare to acknowledge the mutual interests and feelings growing between them?

Tea With Emma by Diane Moody. Free on 6/25/13
Tea with Emma – The Teacup Novellas Book One

Fresh from a Jane Austen tour in England, Maddie Cooper returns home to Texas, determined to bring a touch of “Austen to Austin.” She dreams of opening an authentic English tea room and, like Austen’s Emma, put into practice her self-proclaimed gift as a matchmaker. But an airport mishap with a cranky Englishman gets her off on the wrong foot (quite literally), especially when he moves into the university guest house across the street. Can Maddie find a love for her unapproachable new neighbor, or has she finally met her match?

After the Storm by Trinity Hart. Free on 6/25/13
Bonded by a harrowing cat rescue, Luke and Rachel are instant friends, but they can’t deny their attraction despite their business relationship. Rachel worries dating her boss is a bad idea, but soon the least of her worries. When two dead bodies are found in their apartment building, Luke is the main suspect. Has Rachel misjudged him?

Please note: After the Storm and Lightning Strikes (also available) are short stories written in round-robin style by numerous authors of Prism Book Group during a promotional event. Each contributor had the opportunity to add a section, and take the story where they chose. The authors had a good time pulling this together! Now that the event is over, they are offering it free of charge for readers who would enjoy the opportunity to read it. It is meant as fun, merely to showcase various writing styles, and is not intended as a novel.

Free Christian Fiction eBooks 6/24/13

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Heartless by Anne Elisabeth Stengl. Free on 6/24/13
Princess Una of Parumvir has come of age and will soon be married. She dreams of a handsome and charming prince, but when the first suitor arrives, she finds him stodgy and boring. Prince Aethelbald from the mysterious land of Farthestshore has traveled far to prove his love–and also to bring hushed warnings of danger. A dragon is rumored to be approaching Parumvir.

Una, smitten instead with a more dashing prince, refuses Aethelbald’s offer–and ignores his warnings. Soon the Dragon King himself is in Parumvir, and Una, in giving her heart away unwisely, finds herself in grave danger. Only those courageous enough to risk everything have a hope of fighting off this advancing evil.

Cry for the Moon by William Woodall. Free on 6/24/13
Sometimes choices are hard.

Born into a family of werewolves, Zach Trewick finds himself faced with the question of whether he should accept this evil life for himself, or take the desperate and risky gamble of running away from home. To make things worse, he’s got only three days left to make up his mind.

Scrambling to find a way to stay human, Zach quickly makes a bold plan to find his uncle Justin nearly a thousand miles away in Texas, the only person he can think of who might take him in. Stowing away in a septic tank, sleeping in a library, and living in a dog house on a vacant lot are among the adventures he encounters along the way.

But the werewolves have no intention of letting him escape so easily. For although he doesn’t know it yet, Zach is the Curse-Breaker, the long-foretold boy who can crush the wolf curse forever, and his family will stop at nothing to prevent that.

Nominated for the 2010 Texas Lone Star Reading List for excellence in young adult literature, Cry for the Moon is the first book in the acclaimed Last Werewolf Hunter series, followed by “Behind Blue Eyes,” and then “More Golden than Day”.

(Note: This book is NOT horror. It’s a young adult/middle grade adventure story with mild Christian themes and a fair amount of humor. Contains no gore, no violence, and is a thoroughly clean book suitable for all ages.)

The Fairy King by Tim McClain. Free on 6/24/13
Some people are not born for this world

Everyone knows that fairies exist only in fairy tales, even five-year-old Jamie Makemie, a boy living in rural southwestern Pennsylvania in the early 1960s. But a stroll one day in the woods behind his home changes his mind and his whole world when he falls unwittingly into a cavern of the fairy realm. There he encounters the fairies, their magic, their music and dancing, and their king, who tells Jamie that he is to be named the fairy king someday when he is grown.

From that point a journey begins where Jamie struggles through lost love, mental illness, death of loved ones, and matters of faith and learns of a providential plan that he is destined to fulfill with and for the fairies.

Free Christian Fiction eBooks 6/22/13

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Brother Half Angel by Martin Roth. Free on 6/22/13
In this book from Martin Roth’s series of international thrillers, Brother Half Angel is the leader of a secret new church military order, dedicated to helping Christians under attack around the world. He is sent to China, where an underground seminary is under siege from fanatical sword-wielding members of a local cult who still pay homage to the bloodthirsty extremists who tried to expel all foreigners from China in the nineteenth century.

But while under attack from external forces, the seminary has its own internal divisions. The director, Uncle Ling, a hero of the underground Chinese church, holds secrets that he cannot reveal. And now the tensions are threatening the marriage of idealistic young American missionaries Daniel and Jenny Westloke.

This gripping thriller offers relentless suspense while raising serious questions – how far can Christians go to defend themselves? When should they turn the other cheek? What happens when a Christian kills in self-defense? And should those who live by the sword really expect to die by the sword? (Cover design by Romit Berger.)

The Second Thanksgiving by Douglas Lloyd McIntosh. Free on 6/22/13
Has Almighty God intervened in American history? Many great Americans have thought so, including President Abraham Lincoln.

In a Civil War era prologue to this historically accurate story about the Pilgrims of Plymouth in 1623, Lincoln signs his wartime proclamation making the traditional New England holiday of Thanksgiving a permanent national holiday for the United States of America. Laying down his pen, Lincoln disabuses his listeners of several false or inaccurate legends about the Mayflower Pilgrims. They were not perfect people but all-too-human, the usual combination of admirable strengths and appalling weaknesses. They made mistakes in 1623 that nearly destroyed their settlement at Plymouth. With their backs to the wall they eventually declared a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer. With no other hope remaining, they saw their desperate prayers lead to an astounding demonstration of God’s existence, power and mercy—divine intervention on a scale seldom experienced outside the pages of the Bible. The Pilgrims owed their very survival to this extraordinary instance of providential American history.

As President Lincoln says, “Our nation began with a miracle.”

In the spring of 1623, feisty and beautiful Hester Cooke arrives in New Plymouth with her two young daughters and little son to be reunited with the love of her life, husband Francis Cooke, and their elder son John, whom she has not seen since both sailed on the Mayflower nearly three years earlier. The previous year’s harvest has been catastrophic, far too meager to celebrate with feasting similar to the First Thanksgiving of 1621. The people of Plymouth barely survived last winter, thanks only to what men like Francis and boys like John have learned about hunting, gathering and fishing from their friends in the local Wampanoag “Indian” Tribe. Even now the settlers are living on the verge of starvation.

Reunited with son John, Hester discovers that her husband Francis is out on a dangerous mission with Captain Miles Standish and other militiamen to prevent a conflict between a group of dishonest English traders and the distant Massachusett Tribe from exploding into open warfare that could destroy Plymouth. After the peril is defused for the present, Hester and Francis are reunited at last, settling into their new lives. As the planting season begins, Governor William Bradford and the Plymouth town council reach a momentous decision. Defying the rules set down by their London financial backers, they abandon communal farming (a form of what would now be called socialism) in favor of private property and free enterprise.

The opportunity to profit from one’s own hard work on one’s own land soon has every man, woman and child out working in the fields. Lack of motivation is a thing of the past, but Hester and Francis soon discover that Christians who take their faith seriously can still fall prey to overwork, insensitivity, envy, selfishness and strife.

These conflicts play out over one of the most dramatic years in American colonial history. The great Wampanoag chieftain Massasoit Ousamequin, who has kept the peace, falls ill to the point of death. The Pilgrims learn that two Massachusett braves are attempting to start a war to destroy all the white newcomers. Should these troublemakers be stopped, even if by a murderous preemptive strike?

What happens afterward, when nature itself seems to turn against all the inhabitants of the land, with the fingers of blame pointed squarely at the people of Plymouth by enraged Native Americans? What happens when the situation becomes so ominous, so deadly, so far beyond human solution, that the Pilgrims have nowhere to turn except to God and the power of prayer?

A novel about true historical events from screenwriter Douglas Lloyd McIntosh, who adapted LOVE’S LONG JOURNEY and LOVE’S ABIDING JOY for the Hallmark Channel, films in the LOVE COMES SOFTLY series by the beloved Christian novelist Janette Oke.

Child of the King by Debra Diaz. Free on 6/22/13
The daughter of Paulus and Alysia is grown now, and ready for a life of her own…but Rachel is unable to rise above her past, and something that happened in Rome, years ago. Metellus, former tribune in the Praetorian Guard, has been commissioned by the emperor to bring Rachel from Jerusalem to Rome, and it is a journey that will affect both their lives…in ways they never could have imagined. This standalone novel is Book III in the “Woman of Sin” trilogy.

Free Christian Fiction eBooks 6/16/13

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Auria: A Snake Among the Weeds. Free on 6/16/13
An ancient city alone in a great wilderness receives word its king is dead, killed by barbarians. Some refuse to believe it; the king cannot die. But who has seen the king anyway? The city has seen no such man in a generation or more; was he ever real? And who now protects the city and its people? When the city panics and its people riot, one family is torn apart in the chaos. A father sends his son to freedom, narrowly escaping the clutches of an angry mob. Brian watches his father killed, his mother imprisoned, and alone with his kid sister must brave the wilderness in search of a king who is rumored dead. The first installment in the Auria Trilogy, A Snake Among Weeds chronicles the adventures and perils of a young man’s isolation in his winding search for truth. Can hope be trusted?
The Serpent Kings by James Somers. Free on 6/16/13
SERPENT KINGS: Specially trained as a wraith dancer assassin, Gwen prepares for a life dispensing justice in the name of her dragon gods when she successfully repels an attack by the Resistance upon Belial’s temple. Suddenly catapulted to a position of status, Gwen is chosen to assassinate Ezekiah, the prophet of the Resistance. But when she’s captured, Gwen is shown the dark side of the dragons and their utopian society and the unsuspected kindness of the man she was meant to kill. She desires to remain faithful to the Serpent Kings, but her doubts are growing, and her time with Ezekiah has awakened feelings within her she never thought to have.
Once peaceful Animals are growing fierce, and zombie-like Death Walkers are attacking entire towns as prophecies long held as mere myth come to fulfillment. In Gwen’s absence, a great miracle makes this wraith dancer a costly liability to the dragons, and she cannot be allowed to live any longer.

*WRAITH DANCER (Serpent Kings Book Two) also AVAILABLE*

Praise for Fallen (Descendants Saga)

Amazon Customers: “Admittedly, I am not a big reader but I wanted to start. I picked this book up and could not put it down! The story sucked me in and at the end of the book I was left wanting to know what happens next. I can’t wait for the second book in the series to come out!”

The Ark of Humanity by Scott Toney. Free on 6/16/13
God flooded the earth to annihilate humanity’s sins. What if that sinful race didn’t die when floodwaters covered them but instead adapted to breathe water?

Under the depths of the ocean one boy has raised himself, until the day when he meets a dark-skinned man with news that will change the lives of his civilization forever.

Now he must save his people from another empire of water dwellers bent on enslaving the oceans and torturing his peaceful realm.

Yet another question is posed as he learns that his people are descended from humans that lived on the land above the ocean; a people that were destroyed by floods made by the rage of God.

If they have to, in order to escape, will they be able to breathe air and join whatever is left of the world above the waters?

What would they find there? Is the mythological Noah still alive?

Free Christian Fiction eBooks 6/14/13

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Listen by Rene Gutteridge. Free on 6/14/13
Nothing ever happens in the small town of Marlo . . . until the residents begin seeing their private conversations posted online for everyone to read. Then it’s neighbor against neighbor, friend against friend, as paranoia and violence escalate. The police scramble to identify the person responsible for the posts and pull the plug on the Website before it destroys the town. But what responsibility do the people of the town have for the words they say when they think no one is listening? Life and death are in the power of the tongue.
The Way of Grace by Cathy Bryant. Free on 6/14/13
In pursuit of justice, in need of grace . . .

A justice-seeking perfectionist pursues her dream of a perfect life in her hometown of Miller’s Creek, Texas. Sidetracked by a desire to be a prosecuting attorney, Grace Soldano launches into uncharted waters, making herself over to please her boss and mentor.

Then a disheveled free spirit turns her perfectly ordered world upside down, challenging the concept of personal goodness. A fall from perfection leaves Grace teetering between vengeance and grace, caught in a deadly crossfire that leaves her dreams in a heap of ashes.

Can she learn to joyfully accept the life God has given her–far from perfect–but completely immersed in His grace?

Love Me if You Must by Nicole Young. Free on 6/14/13
Professional renovator Tish Amble decided long ago that staying in one place is about as exciting as peeling wallpaper from plaster. So before the paint in each newly transformed home is dry, Tish is researching her next move. This time she chooses a small town in Michigan with a dilapidated Victorian that challenges her imagination.
But Tish’s idyllic small-town dream fizzles when she finds more in the creepy basement than what was revealed on the seller’s disclosure-what looks like traces of foul play. With a hovering police officer living next door and a possible love interest just two doors down, Tish has her hands full. Will she discover the truth before it’s too late?

Free Christian Fiction eBooks 6/10/13

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The Mentalist Prophecies by Coleman Luck. Free on 6/10/13
The hellish hurricane known as Katrina is bearing down on New Orleans.

As it screams toward landfall, one man knows the truth about its origin and power. One man has seen the mighty Angel that was called from the depths to wreak destruction and rain new evil onto the world. That man is Robert Arthur Dagon, the leading mentalist and magician of his generation. But Dagon is much more than an illusionist. He is a spirit traveler who knows how to leave his body and enter unseen worlds.

With his beautiful business partner, Ellison Carter, he owns the hottest magic nightclub in New Orleans. Dagon’s Illusion is in a huge old Garden District mansion once called Maron House. Built by slaves, it is a place of ancient loveliness and grandeur and one of the most haunted buildings in America. On this night of shrieking destruction, the past and present crash together. Dimensional doors are thrown open that cannot be closed and a great conspiracy of evil finds a home in Dagon’s Illusion.

Water and Other Stories by Daron D. Fraley. Free on 6/10/13
Three inspirational short stories that will touch your heart:

PETITIONS: A short story about a homeless man’s gift (contemporary fiction)

ANGEL’S SONG: A companion short story to the novel “The Thorn”, book one of “The Chronicles of Gan” (speculative fiction)

WATER: Based on the account found in the Gospel of John, chapter 5, verses 1-16, and the painting by Carl Bloch, “Healing at the Pool of Bethesda” (historical fiction)

If you like these stories, don’t miss Daron Fraley’s latest novelette, SON OF LIBERTY

The Light of Eidon by Karen Hancock. Free on 6/10/13
Book 1 of Legends of the Guardian King which follows the life of Abramm Kalladorne in his turbulent search for truth and self–a search that will transform him from a sickly, head-in-the-clouds youth to a legendary hero of strength and courage. Set in a world of swords and cloaks, of glittering palaces and mystical temples, of galley ships and ancient, mist-bound cities, his journey illustrates how God pursues and how He uses suffering to mold His children into something greater than was ever thought possible. Written by Karen Hancock, the acclaimed author of Arena.

Free Christian Fiction eBooks 6/6/13

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Deadly Aim (Angel Delaney Mysteries Book #1) by Patricia H. Rushford. Free on 6/6/13
Patricia Rushford kicks off a thrilling new crime series set in the cozy coastal hamlet of Sunset Cove, Oregon. Featuring determined police officer Angel Delaney, the first episode is sure to have armchair sleuths turning the pages as fast as they can to discover whodunit?
When a police shootout results in the death of a 12-year-old boy, Officer Angel Delaney is blamed, convicted, and condemned by the media and the Sunset Cove community before the case even goes to trial.
Angel will have her day in court, but before she has the chance to defend herself, the situation spirals out of control. Key evidence is missing, evidence that could have verified her claim of firing only one shot in self-defense. In short order, the body count rises, and suddenly Angel is a suspect in more than one murder investigation. Heartsick about the young boy’s death, and questioning her judgment as a police officer, Angel joins forces with Detective Callen Riley to fight the mounting charges against her.
Foreclosed (The Mitzy Neuhaus Mysteries, a Cozy Christian Collection, Book 1) by Traci Tyne Hilton. Free on 6/6/13
Mitzy Neuhaus is the top selling Realtor in Portland, but even her office is dead in this economy. Foreclosed is the word no homeowner wants to hear and Mitzy is determined to save the incredible mansion on her street from that fate. But with the homeowner desperate to keep Mitzy away from his property and Alonzo, the dangerously hot rival investor trying to snatch it out from under her, Mitzy knows she has to work fast, or the economy won’t be the only thing dead…

*Christian Cozy Mystery*

Brother Half Angel (A Brother Half Angel Thriller) by Martin Roth. Free on 6/6/13
In this book from Martin Roth’s series of international thrillers, Brother Half Angel is the leader of a secret new church military order, dedicated to helping Christians under attack around the world. He is sent to China, where an underground seminary is under siege from fanatical sword-wielding members of a local cult who still pay homage to the bloodthirsty extremists who tried to expel all foreigners from China in the nineteenth century.

But while under attack from external forces, the seminary has its own internal divisions. The director, Uncle Ling, a hero of the underground Chinese church, holds secrets that he cannot reveal. And now the tensions are threatening the marriage of idealistic young American missionaries Daniel and Jenny Westloke.

This gripping thriller offers relentless suspense while raising serious questions – how far can Christians go to defend themselves? When should they turn the other cheek? What happens when a Christian kills in self-defense? And should those who live by the sword really expect to die by the sword? (Cover design by Romit Berger.)

Praise for Martin Roth’s thriller “Prophets and Loss”:

“A thrilling ride that begins as a story of murder and revenge and ends as a reflection on loss and forgiveness….Fast-paced and edgy.” – SydneyAnglicans.net

“Wow!.…When “Prophets and Loss” arrived…I certainly wasn’t expecting a meaty murder mystery cum terrorist plot. And when I realized that’s what it was, I certainly wasn’t then expecting Roth’s Johnny Ravine mystery to deliver such a fabulous gospel message….This is a great book for a Christian or as a starter for a non-Christian. A fabulous surprise.” – The Presbyterian Pulse

Praise for Martin Roth’s thriller “Hot Rock Dreaming” (Australian Christian Book of the Year finalist):

“Roth is a Christian author and, although spiritual warfare is crucial to the plot, this book is still a murder mystery…Thought-provoking and an enjoyable read.” – On Fire

“Highly readable…You will be both entertained and educated.” – Journey