Monthly Archives: June 2013

Tidewater Inn (Hope Beach #1) by Colleen Coble – $1.99

This came at a perfect time!  Tomorrow we are featuring Colleen Coble on our blog with an interview and giving away, Rosemary’s Cottage (Hope Beach #2).  So even if you don’t win the sweepstakes for Rosemary’s Cottage, being able to download, Tidewater Inn for $1.99 is still a great deal.  I don’t know how long this offer will last, so if you want it, download it today.  And remember to come back tomorrow and read all about Colleen Coble and read her interview with us and make a comment on the post and you’ll be entered in the sweepstakes to win, Rosemary’s Cottage.  The sweepstakes will run from July 1-8 and then we will randomly pick a winner!

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An Empty Vessel Filled By God’s Grace – June 28, 2013

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 I went away full, but the LORD has brought me back empty… (Ruth 1:21 NIV)

I know how to live on almost nothing or with everything. I have learned the secret of living in every situation, whether it is with a full stomach or empty, with plenty or little.  For I can do everything through Christ, who gives me strength. (Philippians 4:12-13 NLT)

One last reflection on the Book of Ruth:  Sometimes there is a particular verse or phrase that speaks to me when I read the Bible.  This week Ruth 1:21 has been on my mind:  “I went away full, but the LORD has brought me back empty.”

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This verse brought back memories of my family. In a large family of modest means there is a certain way that food is distributed.  My mother was adept at adding water to the soup. She could cut up a chicken in creative and non-traditional ways when there were extra mouths to feed.  She knew how to make rice with chicken instead of chicken with rice.  It was only after I left home that I realized people actually ate an entire steak all by themselves or an orange for that matter.  In the evenings, for a snack, my mother would peel and divide an orange into wedges and each of us would receive a treat that was both juicy and sweet.  Whether full or empty there was love and contentment in our family.

Naomi was afflicted, and could not see that whether empty or full, she was blessed, because the Lord had Naomi in his hands, He was watching out for her, He “had her back”.  She did not realize that in many ways, she had left empty during a famine and come back in the company of the one who would fill her life with joy once more.

Sometimes, in our suffering, we fail to see how we have been blessed in the past, are daily blessed in the present, and will be blessed in the future.  While Naomi had lost her sons and husband, she was given a daughter-in-law, who was “better to her than seven sons.”  God provided access, through Ruth, to Boaz, a kinsman redeemer, who says: “Don’t go back to your mother-in-law empty-handed.” (Ruth 3:17 NIV) Then he takes her shawl and fills it with barley (six measures to be exact).

This is exactly what Jesus does for us as our kinsman redeemer.  Like, Boaz, when we come to Him empty, He never lets us leave empty-handed.  He gives us the kind of spiritual food that strengthens us and can be shared with others.  By relying on His goodness and mercy we learn to be content in all circumstances. (Philippians 4:11)

Dearest Heavenly Father,

You fill us daily with your love.  When we come to you, in good times and bad, you never let us leave empty-handed.  Forgive us when we dwell on our suffering and forget to count our many blessings. Thank you, Lord, that you can be trusted to provide natural food for our bodies as well as spiritual food for our souls.  Thank you for filling us with your love, and for giving us family and friends who minister to us when we are afflicted. We pray that as you fill us with your love, we will be able to carry your love and blessings to those who need to know you.

In Jesus’ Name,

Amen

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Terri Blackstock Has Done It Again – Great Suspense in Truth Stained Lies

This is another 5 star book from Terri Blackstock, Truth Stained Lies (Moonlighters Series #1).

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Wow! This book was almost impossible to put down. From the first chapter you are drawn into a mystery and you don’t know who the killer is…until later. An unusual twist for me, usually authors hide the identity of the killer until the end, so I was wondering if the book would hold my interest. Well, it did! All the way to the very end. And the best part is that this is a series. I can’t wait until Book 2 comes out. Whatever you do, don’t skip “A Note From The Author” at the end of the book. Fantastic!!! Great job Terri, you have done it again!

Here is an excellent Youtube interview with Terri Blackstock about how she became a writer, first writing secular romances and then how God touched her heart and she began writing novels that would honor God.  It’s a little long, but worth every minute.

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July 1-8 Sweepstakes and Interview with Colleen Coble

Set your calendar for July 1st and visit us to read our interview with Colleen Coble and enter our sweepstakes to win an autographed copy of her latest book, Rosemary’s Cottage (Hope Beach Series #2).

Sweepstakes to win this book, July 1-8, 2013

Sweepstakes to win this book, July 1-8, 2013

This is our second “Featured Author and Book Giveaway” and we are learning as we go along.  Last month the sweepstakes lasted for 3 weeks.  That was way too long for people to wait to see if they won.  So now we will run a shorter time for entering…so be ready…July 1-8, 2013 will be when you can make a comment on the post that will come out on July 1st with our interview with Colleen Coble.

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The House That Love Built by Beth Wiseman – A Sweet Romance (5 Stars)

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This was a very endearing romance.  But all romances don’t start off to a good start, and neither does this one.  Brooke Holloway, mother of two, has yet to get over the tragic death of her beloved husband even though it’s been two years.  Then Owen Sanders moves to town and buys the old Hadley mansion in the town his ex-wife said she would love to live.  So he buys it himself to have what she gave away when she left him.  Fortunately for him, Brooke owns the local hardware store, and the romance begins.

There are many twists and turns in this romance and it will keep you reading long into the night because you just don’t want to put it down.  It’s bitter-sweet, precious, romantic, heart-breaking, and wonderful to see these two lives as they let go of their old fears and doubts and trust God for forgiveness and a future

I won this book through a sweepstakes on Goodreads and was not asked to do a review but I wanted to because I enjoyed the books so much!  And now the patrons in our Media Center will be able to check it out and enjoy it also.

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Randy Singer’s Latest Book on Sale $2.99 – And More Goodies!

Dead Lawyers Tell No Tales by Randy Singer is a fantastic book and it’s on Kindle for only $2.99.  I don’t know how long that price will be in effect, so get it quickly.  We do have the book in our Media Center for our church members to read. You can read my review on this blog under “Book Reviews” and watch the trailer here:

You can check out The Vessel Project for more deals today.  I have read the Psalms 23 series by Debbie Viguie and really enjoyed them, but I have not read this other series, Sweet Seasons, yet.  I’m not sure I would pay $12, but it is for 4 books, but that’s just up to you.  I personally am going to see if our local library system has them and will just check them out from there!

Freebies on Kindle:   Just click on the title and you’ll be directed to amazon to read about the book and purchase, just make sure they are still free.

Stealing Jenny by Ellen Gable (my aunt read this book and enjoyed it)

Bloodstain (Det. Jason Strong #2) by John C. Danglish (I’ve never heard of this author, but I love a good clean mystery and it’s free so I’m going to give this one a try.)

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Great Discounted E-Books Today

I’ve had a busy day and I’m just sending you the link to view for yourself some good books especially in the $3.00 – $3.99 range.  Once Upon a Prince and The Wedding Dress are great romances.  Just click here The Vessel Project.  

Have a great night!

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Once Upon A Prince by Rachel Hauck (5 Stars)

Once Upon A Prince (The Royal Wedding Series #1) by Rachel Hauck (Zondervan) is a wonderful modern-day fairy tale!

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Rachel Hauck is a very good writer and I think she has exceeded her best with this book. Don’t you just love the cover?  You know you are reading an exceptional book when you are totally drawn into the characters and they become “real people” and you feel “just like you are there with them”.  Am I crazy, no, I just love reading a great novel.  I loved this book even more because I live in Georgia and have visited St. Simons and visited Christ Church, so I could picture all the scenes just like I was there.

The book is about Susanna Truitt, who lives in St. Simons, GA and Nate Kenneth who is visiting the island for a vacation.  He rescues her when she has a flat tire and then hangs out with her and her family and even joins in and works at their restaurant, The Rib Shack, doing the worst of the worst odd jobs.  But he’s loving it and falling in love with Susanna.  Finally the truth comes out that Nate Kenneth is really Prince Nathaniel of Brighton Kingdom and their laws forbid him from marrying a foreigner.

He is called back home suddenly and then the trouble starts.  He loves Susanna, yet is being pressured to marry someone else with royal ties.  He doesn’t love her and in fact he doesn’t even like her.  The pressure is on and all he can think about is Susanna.  Back in St. Simon’s, Susanna’s life continues to spiral down and she keeps asking God what’s going on and surrendering to His will.

I won’t say anymore, but I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves a good, no, great romance.  And it’s Book 1…that means there will be another book.  I can’t wait!!!!

I received this digital book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze®.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 ,“Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

This book is going on my July 2013 book order for the Media Center.  I know our patrons will LOVE this book.  Watch the book trailer:

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Nik Wallenda Crosses the Grand Canyon Sunday, June 23, 2013

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Courtesy of Dave Pape (Flicker)

Nik Wallenda  is a very special man with a very special family.  They are a Christian family and make no excuses for it.  I want to read his book, Balance: A Story of Faith, Family and Life on the Line, one day soon.

On Sunday night (DVR it if you go to church) he will be walking across the Grand Canyon.  It will be aired live (a 10 second delay) on The Discovery Channel.  The pre-show starts at 6:00pm and the walk begins at 8:00pm.  I’m DVR’ing it and probably staying up very late watching the whole show.  Praying all the way, even though by then it will already be over.

My in-laws saw his father, Karl, walk across Tallulah Gorge, in Tallulah Falls, GA on July 18, 1970.  We even have the ticket stub somewhere!  I need to find it and make sure it’s in a special place to pass down to our kids.  I’m crazy like that, I think it’s a very special keepsake.

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Courtesy of Russell & Sydney Poore

Courtesy of Russell and Sydney Poore

Courtesy of Russell and Sydney Poore

Anyway, I just wanted to let y’all know about this famous walk by Nik Wallenda on Sunday, June 23, 2013.  Let’s be in prayer for him that he will make it across safely.

You can click on his name above and be directed to his website and learn more about the walk and him and his family.

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Great Price on Two Great E-Books

Here are two great books for a great price.  I’ve read To Whisper Her Name and I LOVED it.  I haven’t read Truth Stained Lies yet, but everyone I know that has read it says it is GREAT!  Can’t wait!  We have both of these books in our Media Center for our followers that are members of WFBC.

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Spread A Corner of Your Covering Over Me, Lord! – June 21, 2013

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“Who are you?” he asked. “I am your servant Ruth,” she replied. “Spread the corner of your covering over me, for you are my kinsman redeemer.” (Ruth 3:9 NIV) 

Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered.  (Psalm 32:1 KJV)

He (Christ) redeemed us in order that the blessing given to Abraham might come to the Gentiles through Christ Jesus, so that by faith we might receive the promise of the Spirit. (Galatians 3:14 NIV)

The Book of Ruth is about redemption.  In Chapter 3:2-4, Naomi instructs Ruth to go to the threshing floor where Boaz will be sleeping.  After he is asleep, Ruth is told to lie down at his feet.  In the middle of the night, Boaz is awakened, and asks Ruth, “Who are you?”  Ruth replies, “I am your servant Ruth.  Spread the corner of your covering over me, for you are my kinsman redeemer.” (Ruth 3:9 NIV) 

The words kinsman and redeemer are used interchangeably in the Bible.  A redeemer is a relative, who is charged with the protection and defense of another relative.  In many cases the kinsman redeemer claimed inheritances for poor family members, avenged wrongs against them, or married the widow of a male family member.

When we are saved, this is what we are asking Jesus to do.  Jesus is our kinsman redeemer.  He has the power to put his covering over us.  What He is covering is our sin.  Like Ruth, we come humbly, as servants prostrated at his feet, and Jesus lifts us up to the position of heirs, not of an earthly kingdom, but of a heavenly one.

In front of witnesses, Boaz claims to be a kinsman redeemer for Ruth and Naomi.  The witnesses give the union between Ruth and Boaz their blessing and Boaz marries Ruth.  Through Ruth, a Gentile, we receive the blessing given to Abraham. (Galatians 3:14)  The story ends with a wedding.

Have you ever heard of the wedding supper of the Lamb?  Our story also ends with a wedding.  We are all invited, but not all accept the invitation.  Revelation 19:9 (NIV) says: “Then the angel said to me, “Write this: Blessed are those who are invited to the wedding supper of the Lamb!” And he added, “These are the true words of God.”

On the day we are saved, Jesus claims us as His before witnesses, and when he comes again in glory, he will clothe us in fine linen, avenge the wrongs done to His church and open wide the doors of heaven for us to enter through them. (Revelation 19:11)

Dearest Heavenly Father,

You are the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.  We are yours by your great mercy and grace.  Thank you for redeeming us in this life and for securing a place for us in the next.  What a joyful day it will be when the angels sing their thunderous Hallelujahs! As we enter into your kingdom,  we ask that you cover us and protect us from our sins and from the evil one, till that day when we can claim our inheritance.

In the name of Jesus, our Kinsman Redeemer,

Amen

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Ann Gabhart’s Book, Scent of Lilacs – And The Winner Is…..

We are so excited to let you know who the winner of Ann’s book is…finally!

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Our June Autographed Book Giveaway

Our June Autographed Book Giveaway

Bobbie Shumake of Winterville, GA.  Bobbie will receive an autographed copy of Scent of Lilacs by Ann Gabhart.

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For those who didn’t win and anyone else out there, don’t give up.  We are starting a new one on JULY 1st.  Colleen Coble will be our featured author and she is donating an autographed copy of her new book, Rosemary’s Cottage. From now on the contests will be much shorter.  So come on by on July 1st and read this interview and make a comment to win Colleen’s book.  The sweepstakes will run from July 1-8, 2013 and then we will draw a winner and let you know who the winner is on July 9th.

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Help a Sista out!

Let’s help this fellow blogger out by following her so she can get more books to review! The more the merrier!

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I’m looking for a little help from my friends. I’m looking into reviewing for more than just Bethany House and in order to do that I need to have at least 30 people subscribe to my blog. At the moment I have 1… I’m totally ok with talking to myself on occasion but I could really use 29 more people if you would be willing.. If you have a WordPress account I will gladly follow you in return. Am I begging.. Yes a little.

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Interview – Creston Mapes, author of Fear Has a Name @CrestonMapes #giveaway

Here’s another great interview, this time with Creston Mapes, and a giveaway of his new book, Fear Has a Name. So go to Sherri’s blog and read the interview and enter the giveaway!

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_DSC1015Today, best selling author Creston Mapes joins us again! I’m super excited about sharing his books with you all. I’m currently reading his latest one, Fear Has a Name, and it’s awesome!

Creston has generously offered to give away two copies of Fear Has a Name! So make sure to leave a comment for him below with your email address. We have to have at least ten comments (Continental U.S. only, please.)

So let’s jump right on in.

Creston, thanks for being here today! Tell us a little about yourself.

I grew up in Bath Township in northeast Ohio where my dad, Bernie, owned an early American furniture store. We actually lived upstairs in the century old home/shop. We had a very happy family, comprised of my mom and dad, and an older brother and sister.

I was always a curious kid and very observant, two things that ultimately…

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Brandilyn Collins Interview and Giveaway!

Here’s a great interview with one of my favorite authors, Brandilyn Collins. The interview is great and be sure to enter the contest to win her e-book, That Dog Won’t Hunt.

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545387_423348424380671_1226643020_nBrandilyn Collins is a best-selling novelist known for her trademark Seatbelt Suspense®. These harrowing crime thrillers have earned her the tagline “Don’t forget to b r e a t h e . . .“®  Brandilyn’s first book, A Question of Innocence, was a true crime published by Avon in 1995. Its promotion landed her on local and national TV and radio, including the Phil Donahue and Leeza talk shows. Brandilyn’s awards for her novels include the ACFW Carol Award (three times), Inspirational Readers’ Choice, and Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice. When she’s not writing, Brandilyn can be found teaching the craft of fiction at writers’ conferences. She and her family divide their time between homes in the California Bay Area and northern Idaho.

Brandilyn has offered a digital copy of her new book, That Dog Won’t Hunt, to three fortunate winners! If you tweet or FB-post about the book—and include…

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E-Books – June 19, 2013

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Here’s a good selection for you to browse through and see if you like any enough to download.  Make sure the price is what you expect.  Prices change quickly.

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Great E-Books – Some Free, Some Discounted – June 18, 2013

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This is a really good day for e-books!  Click on the e-reader and you’ll be directed to the website where you can read the book description and the reviews.  Click on the author’s name and you’ll be directed to their website where you can read more about them and their books.  Always double check the price and make sure it’s what you expect.  Prices change quickly.  And I’m not sure about a couple of these authors so use your good sense when reading their books and if it’s not Biblical, then delete, and let me know so I’ll watch out for them in the future.

  • FREE on Kindle and Nook:  Homespun Bride (The McKaslin Clan #1) by Jillian Hart
  • FREE on Kindle:  Doesn’t She Look Natural (The Fairlawn Series #1) by Angela Hunt.  This is a fantastic series.  You’ll laugh and maybe even cry and you’ll enjoy every minute.  We have the entire series in our Media Center.
  • FREE on Kindle and Nook:  Elisha’s Bones (A Jack Hawthorne Adventure #1) by Don Hoesel.  I read this a couple of years ago and while it’s controversial and I don’t believe it could happen, it is fiction and it was an exciting mystery.
  • FREE on Kindle and Nook:  Raising a Modern-Day Joseph: A Timeless Strategy for Growing Great Kids by Larry Fowler, he is the executive director of global training for the Awana program.
  • 99¢ on Kindle:  Confessions of a Prayer Slacker by Diane Moody
  • 99¢ on Kindle:  The Devil’s Game (A Fast-Paced Christian Fiction Suspense Thriller (A Reverend Buchman Thriller) by Daniel Patterson.  I haven’t read anything by this author and there were no reader reviews, but I’m a lover of suspense thrillers, so I may give this one a try.  But just always balance what you read with God’s Word. If anyone knows something about this author or book that I need to know about, please let me know.  Take advantage of the option on Amazon to read the first couple of chapters, I just did and I’m not too sure about it.  Just use your best judgement.
  • $1.99 on Kindle and Nook:  Rock Harbor Search and Rescue #1 by Colleen Coble and Robin Caroll.  Great book for teens and even adults who’ve read and loved the Rock Harbor series by Colleen Coble…see my review under the Book Reviews section.  Starting July 1, we will be featuring Colleen Coble with a personal interview and a book giveaway (Rosemary’s Cottage), so come back and check out this interview and enter the sweepstakes to win an autographed copy of her new book.
  • $1.99 on Kindle:  Once Upon a Prince (Royal Wedding Series) by Rachel Hauck.  I’ve read, The Wedding Dress, by Rachel and I loved it, so I’m looking forward to this book being just as good.
  • $2.99 on Kindle and $3.99 on Nook:  This Time by Rachel Hauck
  • $2.99 on Kindle:  The Color of the Soul by Tracey Bateman
  • $2.99 on Kindle:  Wounds by Alton Gansky

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Women’s Book Club – The Winnowing Season by Cindy Woodsmall

July 2013 Book Club Selection

July 2013 Book Club Selection

Our Book Club will be meeting on Saturday, July 13, 2013 at 9:30am in the home of Karen.  We will be discussing, The Winnowing Season (Amish Vines & Orchards #2) by Cindy Woodsmall.  For those of you who read, A Season of Tending, Book 1, you know that it ended leaving us all up in the air!  Now the story continues and we are looking forward to a wonderful meeting with breakfast and a great discussion of the book.  I’m sure Carmen has some wonderful questions to guide us through the book.

This will be a very special meeting because we will be meeting at Karen “new” home, which was her mom, Dyanne’s.  We still miss Dyanne and can feel her presence with us at every Book Club meeting.  And it will be like old times getting together at Dyanne’s old home, and seeing all the new renovations and touches that Karen has done to the house to make it hers.

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One of our first meetings at Dyanne’s (in orange shirt) home in 2004. We discussed The Sister Circle by Vonette Bright and Nancy Moser.

If you haven’t read the book yet, you’ve still got plenty of time.  You can buy a copy at The Carpenter’s Shop or buy a e-book or come by the Media Center and check it out.  Once you get started reading it, you will not want to put it down.  It’s that good!  Can’t wait for Book 3 that’s coming out in September.

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Dead Lawyers Tell No Tales by Randy Singer

No Tales, No Lies, Just Mercy and Loyalty (5 Stars)

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Randy Singer has done it again with his latest novel, Dead Lawyers Tell No Tales (Tyndale House Publishers)

Dead Lawyers Tell No Tales…just the title draws you in wanting to know what tales these lawyers know that gets them killed.  Just think of all the “tales” lawyers have and can’t “tell” because of client confidentiality.  This book demonstrates a kind of loyalty to your clients, your friends, your partners, your family that most of us don’t usually equate with being a lawyer.

The book starts out 15 years earlier in Damascus in a prison interrogation room.  Sean Phoenix had to endure the agonizing sounds of the Syrians torturing his love, Fatinah.  He never broke, at least he never gave up secrets, but his soul broke and his heart was full of revenge to the American’s who let it happen.

Present day, we meet Landon Reed.  An ex-football jock who just spent two years in prison for a point shaving scandal while he was playing college football.  He’s released and his girlfriend and his little girl (who was born while he was in prison) meet him and they immediately go and get married.  Prison changed Landon in more ways than one.  He was redeemed by Jesus Christ and now has his heart set on being a lawyer to help people who need it most.

Landon passes the bar and is shown mercy by Harry McNaughten, who voted in his favor in the Character and Fitness Committee and McNaughten even offers Landon a job in his firm, McNaughten and Clay.

Now the ground work is laid and the real story begins.  A story of insider trading, sleazy lawyers, off-shore accounts, and the lawyers in the firm are being killed.  Why?  And what does Sean Phoenix have to do with any of this?  Landon remains in the firm and is determined to keep this case representing Elias King going and to find out the truth behind all the scandal and murders.  Only, will it get him killed?  What about the danger to his family?  Landon brings in an old football friend, Billy Thurston, a 300 pound NFL lineman to help protect his family.

I won’t tell anymore, just like dead lawyers tell no tales, this blogger will not reveal anymore of the book.  You’ll just have to read it for yourself.  It’s a great book, one full of twists and turns and you don’t know until the end who’s behind the murders and why.  I love these kinds of books, ones that keep you guessing until the end.  Ones that are hard to put down.

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If you have never read a Randy Singer book before, this is a good one to start with.  And if you are already a fan, then you’ll want to make sure you read this book.

Here are some links you’ll want to visit:

http://www.randysinger.net – Randy’s website

http://files.tyndale.com/thpdata/FirstChapters/978-1-4143-8675-1.pdf – Read an excerpt of the first chapter.

http://mediacenter.tyndale.com/downloads/press_kits/RandySinger.mp4 – This is a video interview with Randy Singer that you don’t want to miss.

http://mediacenter.tyndale.com/downloads/press_kits/DeadLawyersAuthorQA.pdf  – A written interview with Randy as he answers ten questions.  It’s very good, don’t miss it.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Tyndale House Publishers for my honest opinion and did not receive any compensation for a favorable review. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

We now have this book in our Media Center ready for checkout, so come on in and check it out!  You’ll love it!

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Unconditional DVD (5 Stars)

Wow!  I just finished watching the most amazing movie.  Unconditional.  I ordered it for our Media Center and have just watched it and it will be available to check out by June 19, 2013.

For those of you who don’t come to our church, I highly recommend you either buy it or rent it.  It’s on Netflix also. It is an amazing story of friendship, love, pain, loss, and God’s unconditional love for us!!!!

Visit their website at unconditionalthemovie.com

And watch the trailer below:

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