October 2011 Christian Fiction Releases
More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW FictionFinder website. A Wedding Invitation by Alice Wisler -- General Fiction from Bethany House. When Samantha Bravencourt receives an invitation to a wedding in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, she looks forward to reconnecting with her college friend. Instead her life collides with Carson, a fellow teacher and the man who broke her heart.
Attracted by Fire by DiAnn Mills -- A Thriller/Suspense from Tyndale. When a Secret Service Agent is assigned to the Vice President's rebellious daughter, danger lurks in every corner - and her heart.
Deeply Devoted: A Novel; The Blue Willow Brides Series by Maggie Brendan -- A Historical from Revell -- She is staking her future on a man she's never met. Can she learn to love him?
Freezing Point by Beth Goddard -- A Thriller/Suspense from Love Inspired. Casey Wilkes didn't realize her simple human-interest story would put her life at risk—again.
Lethal Remedy by Richard L. Mabry M.D. -- A Thriller/Suspense from Abingdon. A doctor discovers that the experimental "wonder drug" that offers the only hope of cure for a universally fatal infection can be attacking more than just bacteria.
Love on the Line by Deeanne Gist, -- Historical Romance from Bethany House. Rural switchboard operator Georgie Gail is proud of her independence in a man's world ... which makes it twice as vexing when the telephone company sends a man to look over her shoulder.
Maggie's Journey by Lena Nelson Dooley -- A Historical from Realms (Charisma Media). Near her eighteenth birthday, Margaret Lenora Caine finds a chest hidden in the attic containing proof that she's adopted and her journey begins.
Recipe for Deceit by S. Dionne Moore -- Mystery from Barbour. The third LaTisha Barnhart mystery finds the sassy diner owner trying to figure out who put the hit on a hitman.
Rodeo Dust by Shannon Vanatter -- Romance from Barbour Heartsong. Can they rely on God to find their common ground or will they draw a line in the rodeo dust that neither will cross?
Southern Fried Sushi: A Novel by Jennifer Rogers Spinola -- General Fiction from Barbour. Ride the roller coaster of Shiloh Jacobs’s life as her dreams derail, sending her on a downward spiral from the heights of an AP job in Tokyo to penniless in rural Virginia.
Ten Plagues by Mary Nealy-- Thriller/Suspense from Barbour. A demon possessed serial killer pits himself against a former ego driven cop, who's found peace as a mission pastor and a tough lady cop with the spiritual gift of discerning spirits.
The Baker's Wife by Erin Healy-- Thriller/Suspense from Thomas Nelson. To save her husband and son, Audrey Bofinger must rescue her enemy.
The Chair by James Rubart-- Thriller/Suspense from B and H Publishing. If you were given an ancient looking chair and told Jesus Christ made it, would you believe them?
The Christmas Child by Linda Goodnight-- Romance from Love Inspired. When a battle weary cop and a Christmas crazy teacher join forces to care for an abandoned, mute boy in a small town, neither is prepared for the shocking revelations waiting...just in time for Christmas.
The Lady's Maid by Susan Page Davis-- Romance from Barbour. As a lady's maid, Elise will follow her mistress anywhere, even into the Wild West.
The Wishing Pearl by Nicole O'Dell-- Young Adult from Barbour. Join conflicted sixteen-year-old Olivia Mansfield on her journey to hope and healing as she leaves her messed-up life behind and moves into home for troubled teens.
There You'll Find Me by Jenny B. Jones-- Young Adult from Thomas Nelson. Grief brought Finley to Ireland. Love will lead her home.
When Love Gets in the Way by Janelle Mowery-- A Historical from Harvest House. Straight from the heart of the Old West, the Colorado Runaway series is full of adventure, humor, and romance.
When Two Hearts Meet by Janelle Mowery-- A Historical from Harvest House. Rachel Garrett finds that attaining her dream of becoming a nurse is fraught with peril, and a deputy sheriff with a wall around his heart doesn’t help matters.