Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Coming in 2011 from B&H Fiction

B&H Fiction publish premier fiction and they are yet to publish a book I haven't enjoyed! I know you will love checking out these 2011 releases from one of the best publishers in the business :)

Love the look of all of these, especially Pompeii and Fallen Angel! And Julie's and Brandilyn's and of course, Pamela's - LOL!


Fade to Blue by Julie Carobini

Suz Mitchell is the determined dreamer we should all be and won’t allow her ex-husband Len’s jail sentence to ruin their young son Jeremiah’s life. An accomplished artist, she moves with her child across the country to California’s central coast and lands a sweet job restoring priceless paintings at the historic Hearst Castle overlooking the ocean.

To her utter surprise, a serious old flame, Seth, is also now working at Hearst and jumbles the dreams inside Suz’s heart. While sorting out the awkwardness of their past split and current spiritual differences, a repentent Len shows up eager to restore his family.

Suz must learn to let God be the true restorer of all that once seemed lost.

May, 2011

Over the Edge by Brandilyn Collins

Torn from the front lines of medical debate and the author’s own experiences with Lyme disease, Over the Edge is riveting fiction, full of twists and turns-and powerful truths about today’s medical field.

Janessa McNeil knew the Lyme War was real. After all, her husband, Dr. Brock McNeil, a researcher and professor at Stanford University’s Department of Medicine, specializes in tick-borne diseases-especially Lyme. He concludes that Chronic Lyme disease doesn’t exist. Even as patients across the country are getting sicker, Brock’s committee is about to announce its latest findings—which will further seal the door shut for Lyme treatment. Yes, Janessa knew about the Lyme War. She just never expected to be part of it. But one embittered man is out to prove the expert wrong by infecting Jannie with Lyme disease. When she falls ill, he states his demands: convince her husband to publicly reverse his stand on Lyme, or the next one to fall ill will be their daughter. But Jannie’s marriage is already rocky, and she’s so sick she can hardly move or think.

As her husband and his colleagues deny she has Lyme at all, will this pervasive disease—and the bitter battle surrounding it—cost her everything?

May, 2011

Pompeii by T LHigley

Pompeii, a city that’s many things to many people. For Cato, it’s the perfect escape from a failed political career in Rome. A place to start again, become a winemaker. But when a corrupt politician wrongfully jails Cato’s sister, he must oust the man from power to save her.

For Ariella, Pompeii is a means to an end. As a young Jew, she escaped the fall of Jerusalem only to endure slavery to a cruel Roman general. She ends up in Pompeii, disguised as a young man and sold into a gladiator troupe. Her anger fuels her to fight well, hoping to win the arena crowds and reveal her gender at the perfect time. Perhaps then she will win true freedom. But evil creeps through the streets of Pompeii. Political corruption, religious persecution, and family peril threaten to destroy Ariella and Cato, who are thrown together in the battle to survive.

As Vesuvius churns with deadly intent, the two must bridge their differences to save the lives of those they love, before the fiery ash buries Pompeii, leaving the city lost to the world.

June, 2011

Fallen Angel by Maj. Jeff Struecker & Alton Gansky

Major Jeff Struecker (a real life Black Hawk Down veteran) and his award-winning coauthor tell a space-based intelligence story of intense extremes in their new novel, Fallen Angel, named for the “Angel-12” American satellite that is ambushed by China and falls 22,000 miles to land in remote Siberia.

U.S. Sgt. Major Eric Moyer and his Special Ops unit are deployed to find Angel-12 and keep its advanced nuclear fuel from enemy hands-and there are many. A Russian shadow government bent on restoring the former USSR pursues the satellite as does the Chinese special forces group that knocked it from the sky. A rash of military and domestic hostage concerns ensues as the stark truth looms: three nations are racing to the satellite, but only one will get there first.

July, 2011

Dancing on Shattered Glass by Pamela Binnings Ewen

In the steamy city of New Orleans in 1974, Amalise Catoir sees Phillip Sharp as a charming, magnetic artist, unlike any man she has known. A young lawyer herself, raised in a small-town Christian home and on the brink of a career with a large firm, she is strong and successful, yet sometimes too trusting and whimsical. Ama’s rash decision to marry Phillip proves to be a mistake as he becomes overly possessive, drawing his wife away from family, friends, and her faith. His insidious, dangerous behavior becomes her dark, inescapable secret.

In this lawyer’s unraveling world, can grace survive Ama’s fatal choice? What would you do when prayers seem to go unanswered, faith has slipped away, evil stalks, and you feel yourself forever dancing on shattered glass?

August, 2011


Amy said...

I've been waiting AGES for Dancing on Glass!

Deborah said...

agree with Amy!!

I guess all the military fiction from B&H have the target thingie on them? looking forward to all these!

Amber S. said...

I'm really excited about Pompeii--LOVE T.L. Higley's work! :D

And Fade to Blue sounds really interesting. :) That cover is beautiful!


jenny b jones said...

Love the Dancing on Glass cover!!!!

Tracy said...

Lots of good books there from authors I hold affection for!

Julia M. Reffner said...

Ooohhh...T.L. Higley! Can't wait! And Brandilyn, too :)

Kate {The Parchment Girl} said...

I'm so excited about Over the Edge–I can't wait to read it!

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