Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Coming in 2011 from Waterbrook Press

Waterbrook Press are back in 2011 with some intriguing titles across all manner of genres.

Enjoy this sneak peek and click on the links for more :)

Deadly Ties by Vicki Hinze

Lisa struggles to save her mother from an abusive monster. Mark fights to save Lisa from certain death. Together they must stop an international conspiracy and find love and true faith.

February, 2011

The Chasm by Randy Alcorn

The most profound episode in Randy Alcorn’s fiction portrays a man caught in another world—where he discovers a truth we all must someday face. This allegorical tale shows that sometimes getting far enough away from your life allows you to see it for the first time.

February, 2011

Mine is the Night by Liz Curtis Higgs

As the story opens, Marjory Kerr and her daughter-in-law, Elisabeth, have lost everything they once held dear--husbands, sons, houses, titles and possessions. But they have not lost hope. The emotional and spiritual journey that began with Here Burns My Candle comes to a triumphant end in Mine Is the Night, a dramatic and decidedly Scottish retelling of the book of Ruth, transported to the eighteenth century.

March, 2011

The Ale Boy’s Feast by Jeffrey Overstreet

Four kingdoms were built on a legend—a legend that was a lie. It will take miracles to save the ale boy from death, King Cal-raven from despair, and his people from a bloodthirsty forest. But miracles happen wherever Auralia’s colors are found.

March, 2011

The Daughter’s Walk by Jane Kirkpatrick

In 1896, in order to save the family farm, Clara Estby reluctantly accompanies her mother on a cross-country journey that redefines a mother's tragedy and a daughter's desire. Over two decades, friends and faith help Clara move through a family betrayal and into a future of her own design. But will the tentacles of the past keep her from finding the real joy in forgiveness?

April, 2011

Lilies in Moonlight by Allison Pittman

The Roaring Twenties come vividly to life in this charming tale of a lost and confused flapper, a disillusioned soldier, and a road trip that just might heal them both.

April, 2011

The Corruptible by Mark Mynheir

Ray Quinn is a tough, quick-witted former detective turned PI whose latest case teaches that sometimes the first casualty of being a hired gun is the truth.

April, 2011


Amy said...

That Jane Kirkpatrick book sounds amazing!!!!!!!!

Rel said...

And even though there is a person on the cover, I really love the look of it, too :)

Word Lily said...

Ooh, a new Alcorn!?!?!?!? I'm so excited! :D

Ronie Kendig said...

Wow, they look GREAT!

Jenny said...

I love the look on JK's book, too.

The book I'm most looking forward to is Mark Mynheir's. I love Ray Quinn!

I hadn't yet seen Alison Pittman's looks like it'll be a good one. :) Thanks for sharing!

Ann Shorey said...

Can't wait for Jane's book. I read the nonfiction account that inspired "The Daughter's Walk." It cried out to be fictionalized. Can't think of a better author than Jane to do it justice.

Kim said...

Just wanted to say that I really enjoy and appreciate these lists stating coming releases!
Thanks so much for all your work on this site! :)

Nicole said...

Attractive covers. Looking forward to Mark Mynheir's new one--enjoyed Ray Quinn, a great character.

OOh, I know Randy Alcorn will do a great job. Just wish it wasn't allegory. Dang.

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