Miracle Drug by Richard L. Mabry
(Sept. 15, paper, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-
63088-118-4). Josh Pearson discovers that
his medical patients, including a former
U.S. president, have been exposed to a uni-
versally fatal virus. The only chance for
survival is treatment with an experimental
drug. When Rachel Moore, a nurse Josh is
falling in love with, becomes ill, Josh must
pull off a miracle to save both a man who
holds power and a woman who holds his
A Son’s Vow: The Charmed Amish
Life, Book One by Shelley Shepard Gray
(Jan. 26, paper, $12.99, ISBN 978-0-06-
233779-5). Set in the Amish village of
Charm, Ohio, the first book of Gray’s
Charmed Amish Life series tells the stories
of the Kinsinger siblings, who are strug-
gling to find both forgiveness and love in
the face of tragedy.
The Calico Spy by Margaret Brownley
(Jan. 1, paper, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-
62836-628-0). Pinkerton oper-
ative Katie Madison’s newest
case takes her to Calico, Kans.,
where two Harvey House wait-
resses were murdered under
mysterious circumstances. Cal-
ico’ s sheriff, Branch Whitman,
has never met a Pink he liked,
but when a tornado hits town,
Branch has no choice but to
work with Katie.
The Gift by Wanda E.
Brunstetter (Aug. 1, paper, $15.99, ISBN
978-1-61626-082-8). Adam Beachy fears
abandonment. Leah Mast has a gift he
despises. Can this young Amish couple ever
find peace and love in a modern-day marriage of convenience?
The Photograph by Beverly Lewis
(Sept., paper, $15.99, ISBN 978-0-7642-
1247-5). Three Amish sisters follow differ-
ent paths to find their place in the world.
152,000-copy announced first printing.
The Painter’s Daughter by Julie Klassen
(Dec., paper $14.99, ISBN 978-0-7642-
1072-3). Sophie Dupont is in dire straits and
must marry a stranger to secure her future.
33,000-copy announced first printing.
Hester on the Run by Linda Byler
(Nov. 3, paper, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-
68099-058-4). In colonial America, a
young childless Amish couple decide to
raise an abandoned Native American infant
as their own. As the child grows up, she
recognizes that she belongs to two worlds,
both intent on possessing her.
The Abbey: A Story of Discovery by
James Martin (Oct. 13, hardcover, $24.99,
ISBN 978-0-06-240186-1). The debut
novel from the popular Jesuit puts divorced
single mom Anne, former architect Mark,
and Father Paul into a Pennsylvania abbey
for some soul searching.
Brush of Wings by Karen Kingsbury
(Nov., hardcover, $22.99, ISBN 978-1-
4516-8753-8) is the third
novel in an series about divine
intervention and the trials and
triumphs of life for a group of
friends whose lives could affect
the future of the country.
Eve by Paul Young (Sept.,
hardcover, $27, ISBN 978-1-
5011-0137-3). The author of
The Shack returns with an
of the mother of humanity.
Huckleberry Hearts by Jennifer Beck-
strand (Nov. 24, mass market, $7.99, ISBN
978-1-4201-3653-1). If octogenarians
Anna and Felty Helmuth have their way,
Huckleberry Hill will become the most
romantic spot in Wisconsin, as they start
up their matchmaking shenanigans again
in this new entry of Beckstrand’s Amish
The Methuselah Project by Rick Barry
(Sept, paper, $14.99, ISBN 978-0-8254-
4387-9). A WWII pilot who was shot down
and captured by the Nazis navigates the
mystery surrounding his immortality.
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The Body Under the Bridge: A
Father Gilbert Mystery by Paul McCusker
(Jan, $14.99, paper, ISBN 978-1-78264-
107-0) is the first in a series of modern
whodunits following Friar Gilbert, a character known to listeners of Focus on the
Family radio dramas.
The Imposter by Suzanne Woods Fisher
(Oct. 6, paper, $14.99, ISBN 978-0-8007-
2320-0). A new series opens with this tale of
Katrina Stoltzfus, who is shocked when the
man she was to marry chooses another. When
farm hand Andy Miller arrives on the scene,
Katrina wonders if he is too good to be true.
The Memory Weaver by Jane Kirkpatrick (Sept. 1, paper, $14.99, ISBN 978-0-
8007-2232-6). In 1847, the young Eliza
Spalding Warren was taken captive by Cayuse Indians. Years later, after she is freed,
marries, and becomes a mother, she must
come to terms with her past when her husband, wanting to make a new start, proposes a move that will return her to the
land of her childhood captivity.
The Brontë Plot by Katherine Reay
(Nov. 3, paper, $15.99, ISBN 978-1-4016-
8975-9). When rare book dealer Victoria
Seward goes to England, she learns how to
love and be loved in the modern world.
The Feathered Bone by Julie Cantrell
(Jan. 26, paper, $15.99, ISBN 978-0-
7180-3762-8). Grief unravels a family, and
when a missing child is found after six
years, the road to healing is difficult.
War Room: Prayer Is a Powerful
Weapon by Chris Fabry (Aug. 4, paper,
$15.99, ISBN 978-1-4964-0728-3). As
tensions at home escalate, real estate