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Christian fiction writer and bestselling author of Wisdom Hunter, Randall Arthur, has just released his new novel Forgotten Road.
Forgotten Road, along with a trailer, can be previewed and ordered at www.RandallArthur.com.
The early reviews are impressive.
“This is the best Christian Fiction I have ever read! Forgotten Road is a 600 page action packed thriller.” - Neil Brown, Pastoral Care First Baptist Church Woodstock, GA
“This book touches my heart and spirit like nothing I have read in a very long time. I am not usually so personally affected by a fiction narrative. I will be looking for your other books.” - Jo, ChristianFictionShop.com
"I am generally not a fiction reader, but once I started it, it was difficult to put down. Breathtaking. Chilling. Pulled all my emotional strings: disbelief, anger, and empathy." - Nancy Kelly, Educator
"Forgotten Road truly inspired me. It's a humdinger of a story. Any publishing house would be thrilled to publish this novel." - Tim Luke, Award-winning sports writer for the Atlanta Braves
"Few books on faith can keep a man's interest as well as a woman's, and you have managed to cross that barrier. The book is a tearjerker of major proportions. It should become the 'Gone With The Wind' of religious tomes." - P.J. Renfroe, Heritage Writers Group
“I am behind on laundry and I'm cleaning one-handed because I can't put it down." - L.M.
"Nail biting. Moving!"
- David Lambert, Editor of more than 50 bestsellers
Dear Di: I wish I were sitting in a pub in ireland, too. I am an author from Massachusetts. My debut novel, HUNTING THE KING, was published last year after years of rejection slips. If you enjoy page turning thrillers, HUNTING will take you on quite a ride. ForeWord Magazine said, “Given such an auspicious start, the sequel can’t come soon enough.” The novel features Molly O’Dwyer. When Molly was five years old, she witnessed her mother die in a fire Molly believes she started. She never knew her father, so her own past is shrouded in mystery. After her mother’s death, she is raised on the campus of a Jesuit college in Boston. Now many years later, an archaeologist, she is recruited to participate in a dig in war torn Iraq. The passionate scientist in her is compelled to uncover whatever is buried under the sands of ancient Babylon. The observant Catholic in her is scared that what she finds may have profound consequences for her faith. There is a heart-pounding YouTube book trailer for HUNTING THE KING, which will give you a good sense of the pace and theme of the novel. I hope you’ll take a look and let me know what you think.
Yes, I have read "This Charming man". It liked it a lot. It took me by surprise I have to say. I have not heard of Maeve Binchy, I'll be looking into that one. I am currently reading Dark until Dead. Diffenetly NOT for young adults. It's also a vampire book. It's a easy read but I guess I'm just not into the vampire thing. I do plan on reading all of them because I like the way Charlane Harris writes and HBO liked it enough to make it into a mini series.
I have also been reading James Rollins. It's non stop action which is nice for a change of pace.
I'm trying to start a book club at work, if you have any ideas on some books for that send them my way. Thanks for getting back to me.
So far The Terror os a really good book. I have read many reviews from our friends here at Shelfari and most of them say it is as the title says, Terror. I've only read the first 100 pages or so but if it continues to build like it has so far, it will be a great book.
I just enjoyed Follow the River. After reading your review can tell you didn't care for it. I didn't think it was slow, sure there were some parts I just wanted them to get home and wear some shoes but I thought it was a good book. Anytime I think my life sucks I think about that book and know my life isn't really that bad. At least I have food, shoes, and a bed to sleep in. You made my day telling me about the Marian Keyes book, I can hardly wait!!