Thursday, 28 August 2008

Coming soon and in 2009 from Harvest House

Harvest House has some great books releasing in late 2008-early 2009. I'm especially looking forward to Brandt Dodson's Daniel's Den.

How about you?

Before the Season Ends by Linore Rose Burkard

In her debut novel of what she calls “spirited romance for the Jane Austen soul,” author Linore Rose Burkard tells the intriguing story of Miss Ariana Forsythe, a young woman caught between her love for a man who doesn’t share her faith and her resolution to marry only a fellow believer in Christ.

Trouble at home sends the young woman to her aunt’s townhome in the fashionable Mayfair district of London. There she finds worse troubles than those that prompted her flight from home. Ariana is soon neck–deep in high society and at odds with Mr. Phillip Mornay, London’s current darling rogue. Then a scandal changes Ariana forever. Her heart, her faith, and her future are all at stake in an unexpected adventure that gains even the Prince Regent’s attention.

Will Ariana’s faith survive this test? And what about her heart? For it’s Ariana’s heart that most threatens to betray the truths she has always believed in. When she finds herself backed against a wall, betrothed to the wrong young man, how can it ever turn out right?

Jane Austen readers and fans of Regency romances everywhere will love Before the Season Ends.

Releasing December, 2008

Shadows of Lancaster County by Mindy Starns Clark

Following up on her extremely popular Gothic thriller, Whispers of the Bayou, Mindy Starns Clark offers another suspenseful stand–alone mystery full of Amish simplicity, dark shadows, and the light of God’s amazing grace.

Anna thought she left the tragedies of the past behind when she moved from Pennsylvania to California, but when her brother vanishes from the genetics lab where he works, Anna has no choice but to head back home. Using skills well–honed in Silicon Valley, she follows the high–tech trail her brother left behind, a trail that leads from the simple world of Amish farming to the cutting edge of DNA research and gene mapping.

Anna knows she must depend on her instincts, her faith in God, and the help of the Amish community to find her brother. She also must finally face her own shadows—and pray that she’s stronger than the grief that threatens to overwhelm them all.

Releasing January, 2009

On A Someday by Roxanne Henke

In this delightful new novel, popular author Roxanne Henke (the Coming Home to Brewster series, Learning to Fly) strikes a familiar chord with readers as she introduces us to the Westin family and their “someday” plans.

Claire Westin has spent her adult life being a wife, mother, and college professor. The last thing she expects as she nears retirement status is to have a whole new career open before her.

Her husband, Jim, has spent his life growing his chain of grocery stores. He has a grand plan to restore an old Dodge Charger...someday when he retires. Someday soon, he hopes.

If his son Drew would only agree to take over the family business. Drew, however, has plans of his own. And Claire is busy climbing the ladder of her new career. She can’t bear the thought that she might have to say “no” to the exciting new opportunities she’s pursuing and simply sit around and watch her husband tinker on an old car.

What happens when plans collide? When dreams don’t materialize? How do you know when your work is done? Or is it ever?

On a Someday asks the big questions of life...and tries to answer them.

Releasing January, 2009

Daniel's Den by Brandt Dodson

In this fast–paced thriller by popular author Brandt Dodson, a young government accountant learns to trust God when his life begins to fall apart and unseen enemies pursue him with rel entless zeal.

Daniel Borden is a thirty–year–old government accountant who lives a quiet life and plays by the rules. But when events transpire that shatter his orderly world and a team of assassins mark him for death, Daniel must flee for his life.

While on the run, Daniel encounters Laura Sky. Carefree and easygoing, Laura is everything that Daniel isn’t. But when the killers assigned to eliminate Daniel find him at Laura’s bed–and–breakfast, gunfire erupts and the two set out on the run once again.

As they try to unravel the mystery that confronts them, they discover how tenuous life can be and how their very existence depends on the God who will never abandon them.

A perfect suspense tale for readers who love Dee Henderson, James Scott Bell, Brandilyn Collins, and James Patterson.

Releasing February, 2009

Chestnut Valley Farm by Lori Wick

Bestselling novelist Lori Wick has sold more than six million copies of her books. This beloved author, known for engaging characters, compelling stories, and rich settings, now shares a standalone novel to delight fans and new readers alike.

This story is set against the landscape of a contemporary American family farm—Chestnut Valley Farm. Here, young and old work together—and in between chores done in the chill of dawn and in the heat of the hazy afternoon, they find times of laughter and fellowship.

Ultimately, Chestnut Valley Farm is a place to grow and a place where the seeds of hope turn into a harvest of dreams. And for one special season, it’s the perfect place to fall in love.

Releasing March, 2009


C.J. Darlington said...

Looks like some interesting stuff, Rel! Thanks for taking the time to post.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting your comment about Daniel's Den.

I am looking forward to its release.

Brandt Dodson

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