The close of the Ransome Trilogy is a tale of love and danger on the Caribbean Sea in the early 1800s. Captain William Ransome is searching for his sister, Charlotte, who has been captured by Salvadore, the infamous “Robin Hood of the West Indies.” When word comes that his wife, Julia, has been kidnapped by the evil pirate, Shaw, Captain Ransome and his crew frantically search the horizon for the two women he loves. And what other secrets have been buried like long lost treasure in these waters? Romance, intrigue, and swashbuckling leaps of faith create a heroic close to this beloved series.
Land of a Thousand Dreams BJ Hoff Paperback, 416 pp., $14.99 Harvest House Publishers (April 1, 2011)
In Book Three of BJ Hoff’s bestselling Emerald Ballad saga set in the 19th century, Irish patriot Morgan Fitzgerald, felled by a gunman’s bullet, strives to restore his life and reclaim his future. In America, Morgan’s friends Michael Burke and Nora Whittaker discover that the “Land of Opportunity” also teems with poverty, injustice, and corruption. Readers will be mesmerized by a drama that spans an ocean, taking them on a journey of faith and love that encompasses the dreams of an entire people seeking not only survival, but a land of hope where they can live in freedom and peace.
Her Daughter’s Dream Francine Rivers Hardcover, 592 pp., $24.99 Tyndale House Publishers (September 14, 2010)
In the dramatic conclusion to the New York Times best seller Her Mother’s Hope, Francine Rivers delivers a rich and deeply moving story about the silent sorrows that can tear a family apart and the grace and forgiveness that can heal even the deepest wounds. Spanning from the 1950s to present day, Her Daughter’s Dream is the emotional final chapter of an unforgettable family saga about the sacrifices every mother makes for her daughter—and the very nature of unconditional love.
In this sequel to Intervention, fifteen-year-old Lance Covington finds an abandoned baby in the backseat of a car, he knows she’s the newborn daughter of a meth addict he’s been trying to help. New York Times bestselling author Terri Blackstock offers a harrowing look at drug addiction, human trafficking, and the choices that can change lives forever.
Song of the Silent Harp BJ Hoff Paperback, 432 pp., $10.99 Harvest House Publishers (July 1, 2010)
This book begins the five-book saga of three Irish friends raised in a village devastated by the Potato Famine of the 1800s, as they struggle to survive and hold onto their faith. Nora Kavanagh has lost her husband and young daughter, and now fears losing her home in the small Irish village of Killala. She and her young son, Daniel, have only one hope for survival: the poet/patriot—and love of Nora’s youth—Morgan Fitzgerald. But his dangerous involvement with a band of Irish rebels keeps him in constant peril and jeopardizes the possibility of a future for him and those he loves.