Category Archives: Christian fiction

On A Someday by Roxanne Henke

On a Someday is a novel about the challenges faced by fifty-somethings.  An empty nest, busy lives, looming retirement, aging parents – the main characters in this book, Jim and Claire Westin undergo a series of struggles and decisions. Henke … Continue reading

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Origin by Dan Brown

Robert Langdon nee Tom Hanks, Harvard professor of symbology and religious iconology, arrives at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbo, Bizkaia, Spain to attend a major announcement by Edmond Kirsch, a billionaire computer AI scientist. Kirsch promises a discovery that “will … Continue reading

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The Butterfly And The Violin by Kristy Cambron

Sera James and William Hanover both have a interest in a single painting, of a woman with a shaved head, a violin, and a tattoo on her arm from the concentration camp at Auschwitz.  Their search for this painting  reveals the … Continue reading

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Dear Enemy by Jack Cavanaugh

Set during the Battle of the Bulge during World War II, Dear Enemy is a work of Christian historical fiction with the main characters being an army nurse and a German soldier.  Nurse Annie Rawlins finds herself behind enemy lines, when … Continue reading

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Always Jan by Roxanne Henke

Always Jan is book #4 in Roxanne Henke’s Coming Home to Brewster series, and deals with the specific topic of aging and maturing within a Christian context.  Like the other books in the series, Henke writes about characters that draw … Continue reading

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