Angle of Truth by Lindsay Buroker

The adventure continues as Jelena and her crew fail completely in their attempt to “just” deliver cargo.  Jelena has a huge debt to pay off and so she really needs lucrative cargo runs.  Government bills for repairing blown-up space stations are expensive!!  Trouble seems magnetically drawn to Jelena and her crew though so there is no “just” for them.  This is to our benefit… the world that they live in is never boring… so you will never be bored ;).

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Hitler's Cross: How the Cross Was Used to Promote the Nazi Agenda by Erwin W. Lutzer (forward by Ravi Zacharias)

Hitler’s Cross is fascinating, enlightening, and downright terrifying.  It is a book that I was meant to read.  Erwin W. Lutzer covers an extremely dark subject matter in a clear, concise, and compassionate manner.  I believe that the state of humanity is such that burying or hiding from our history is dangerous.  Instead, truthful evaluation and personal introspection are imperative in order to avoid repetition of humankind’s greatest atrocities.  We must not forget the atrocities committed nor can we forget the unfortunate fear, lack of faith, and lack of response that was exhibited by the Christian church during WWII.  Hitler’s Cross is an excellent resource for the church to use in understanding this period in our history.

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God Loves Daddy & Me written by Bonnie Rickner Jensen and illustrated by Laura Watkins

God Loves Daddy & Me and it’s companion book God Loves Mommy & Me just bring a smile to my face.  God Loves Daddy & Me points out positive attributes of a God honoring father loving his child as THE Father loves them both.  Laura Watkins’ illustrations bring such light and adorableness to the story.  The raccoon daddy and child are so cute!  You’ll love that the child is not stated as being male or female so daddy and son or daddy and daughter work equally well. 

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The Rogue Prince by Lindsay Buroker

I unabashedly love Lindsay Buroker’s writing.  Her stories make me laugh, are fast paced, and are just plain fun.  The Rogue Prince doesn't disappoint.  I do recommend that you read the Fallen Empire series first.  I didn't.  Fortunately, I had no problem enjoying The Rogue Prince as Buroker provides enough backstory for the newbies like me (and reminders for those who read the Fallen Empire series awhile ago) to keep the story moving without leaving us in the dust.  I'm off to pick up the Fallen Empire books and get to reading.

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Would a Worm go on a Walk? written by Hannah C. Hall illustrated by Bill Bolton

What a priceless children's book!  I'm so in love with the absolutely adorable animals, the rhymes, and the affirmation of God's purposeful and perfect creation.  With no holds barred, I recommend that you find a copy at the library or from your favorite book vendor and enjoy this colorful, creative, Christian story with your favorite little one (or a brood of them).  This would make a wonderful addition to your churches toddler's ministry.

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Davis Bunn | list of novels and book series in chronological order

Davis Bunn is one of my all-time favorite authors!  I have been reading his books since I was in my early teens.  While creating this list I was going down memory lane; enjoying happy memories of my youth when I began reading the books that Bunn wrote with Janette Oke.  As I grew older I grew right along with his published works.  I am still reading his novels and I pray that he has a long writing career ahead of him.  I don't think that you would regret picking up one of his books to read... except it may affect your bank account as you will want to purchase more!

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Thomas Locke | list of book series in chronological order

Thomas Locke is a pseudonym for Davis Bunn.  Under this pseudonym, he writes mainstream science fiction and fantasy as well as techno-thriller titles.

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Lindsay Buroker | list of book series in chronological order

This is a complete (hopefully) list of the books written by Lindsay Buroker.  I have endeavered to list the book series in chronological order.

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