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A serial killer bent on revenge . . . and striking too close to home.
Teagan O’Rourke has always loved murder mysteries. In her job as a court reporter, she has written official records for dozens of real-life murders. She’s slapped evidence stickers on crime scene photos. She’s listened to hours of chilling testimony. But she’s never known the smell of death. And she never thought she might be a victim.
A young police officer is murdered just inches away from her, and then a man calling himself a serial killer starts leaving Teagan notes, signing each with the name of a different murderer from her favorite mystery novels.
Panicked, Teagan turns to her friend Max Kennedy. Max longs for more than friendship with Teagan, but he fears she’ll never trust someone with a past like his. He wonders how much of God’s “tough love” he can take before he gives up on love completely. And he wonders if he’ll be able to keep Teagan alive long enough to find out.
As Teagan, Max, and Teagan’s police officer father race to track down the elusive killer, they each know they could be the next victim. Desperate to save those she loves, Teagan battles fears that once haunted her in childhood. Nothing seems to stop this obsessed murderer. No matter what she does, he seems to be getting closer . . .
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Price: $0.99 (Aug 16-20)
Skip and Lily Taylor’s oldest son Stephen learned as a young teenager that he could make good money selling drugs and traded a bright future for 8 and a half years in prison.
When a chance encounter with a well-dressed guest at a party in Austin, Texas, results in Stephen becoming a mule for a drug cartel, he takes a devastating detour from a well-planned life. Unconfined chronicles the true story of Stephen’s arrest and incarceration for a nonviolent drug crime. Readers will:
Get a glimpse at what it is really like to go to federal prison in America
Understand the emotions and experiences of family members who love someone in prison
See how God can still work in the most unthinkable circumstances
Unconfined tells the first-hand account through the eyes of Stephen and Skip and shares the transformational power of faith to overcome anger, grief, and loss.
Publisher: Master Books
Price: $2.99 (Aug 18-19)
This text investigates what the Bible has to say about astronomical objects and phenomena. The Bible contains many mentions of astronomical things, beginning with creation and concluding with end-time prophecies. Besides the sun and moon, the Bible names groups of stars, Orion, the Pleiades, and the bears. In addition to what the biblical record shows about astronomical phenomena, many people think that it teaches things that it actually does not teach. These concepts are examined in depth as well.
– Unique among books discussing the intersection of biblical text and astronomy because of the range of questions explored and answered
– Definitive work that explores many popular questions and misconceptions about the universe and the Bible
– Sorts fact from fiction and truth from popular myths as the true purpose of these enigmatic lights in the night sky are revealed
Publisher: The Good Book Company
Price: $2.99 (Aug 18-19)
There are many books on motherhood but not many that talk about how hard it is – physically, mentally and spiritually – and what to do when you reach your limits.
When Liz Wann became a mother, she was unprepared for how hard it would be. In this book, she writes honestly about these deeply challenging aspects of motherhood and how God works through them to make us more like his Son.
“Coming to the end of who I was, and what motherhood was stripping me of, was a good thing that drove me to Christ and to the power that he supplies in every failure and weakness of motherhood.”
This short, easy-to-read book encourages mothers to depend on Christ when they reach their limits. They will find that God will supply what they need to cope with the daily sacrifices and challenges of motherhood, and that he will use these struggles to make them more like Christ.
Liz has been involved with the ministries of Risen Motherhood and Revive Our Hearts, writing about how God has been working in her life through the hardships of motherhood.
“No one ever told me that grief felt so like fear.” – C.S. Lewis
A Grief Observed is Lewis’ brutally honest reflection on the death of his wife, Joy Gresham, which exposes readers to the fact that man is vulnerable and fragile when attempting to understand the goodness of God in the midst of extreme pain.
Lewis’ four-part reflection brings readers face to face with the cruel reality of the damage that sin has done to our world. His writing demonstrates utter despair as a result of acknowledging that death is a natural and unavoidable destiny for all. He writes expressing the sentiment that his wife was so beautiful and beloved that her death, though natural, was undeserved. Lewis compares the feeling of grief to fear stating that it gives him the same restlessness, yawning and fluttering of the stomach. It is not hard for the reader to recognize that Lewis feels that damage has been done to his world.
While Lewis paints a vivid picture of why he loved his wife Joy, throughout his reflection she remains a faint figure in the background while the author focuses on grief itself. A Grief Observed leaves readers with a real sense of the frailty of the human experience.
In this grab bag, we have 9 e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.