Sue Asher

Living Water

By Obery Hendricks - Published 2003


Biblical women have become popular subjects for historical novels, and Living Water is a superb example of why this subgenre has so much ...Read Review

Stained Glass Rose

By D.A. Brockett - Published 2002


Biographical FictionMystery/Crime

Stained Glass Rose is a fictionalized account of a crime that took place in Grand Junction, Colorado, in 1937. Intrigued by many unresolved issues ...Read Review


By Janet Wallach - Published 2003


Biographical FictionEpic

In 1788, Algerian pirates kidnapped Aimée du Buc de Rivery, a thirteen-year-old girl on her way home to Martinique from school in France. ...Read Review

Strength of Stone: The Pioneer Journal of Electa Bryan Plumer, 1862-1864

By Diane Elliott - Published 2002



Diane Elliott uses the time-honored device of a fictional diary to give voice to Electa Bryan, a 20-year-old schoolteacher turned pioneer. Shunning “a ...Read Review