The Second World War has stolen Rosalie’s fiancé from her. But rather than wallow, Rosalie throws herself into her work at the Boeing plant in Victory Heights, shooting rivets into the B-17 bombers that will destroy the enemy. A local reporter dubs her “Seattle’s Own Rosie the Riveter,” and her story lends inspiration to women across the country. While Rosalie’s strong arms can bear the weight of this new responsibility, her heart cannot handle the intense feelings that begin to surface for Kenny, the handsome reporter. Fear of a second heartbreak is a powerful opponent—but will it claim victory over love? Tricia Goyer Tricia Goyer is the award-winning author of eleven novels, more than 300 articles, and several nonfiction books. She lives with her husband and three children in Montana. Read more at www.triciagoyer.com. Contact Information Website: www.triciagoyer.com Ocieanna Fleiss Ocieanna Fleiss is a published writer and has edited six. . .
Brand new from Summerside Press in stores today is Crimson Cipher by Susan Page Davis, romantic suspense set in 1915. A female Navy cryptographer seeks to save lives…and uncover her father’s killers. In 1915, German sympathizers escalated acts of sabotage in the United States to keep the nation from joining in the war. Following the mysterious murder of Emma Shuster’s father, Lt. John Patterson invites Emma to become a Navy cryptographer because of the expertise she gained in helping her father develop a cipher system. Emma finds new strength in her faith as she strives to outwit her adversary, known only as Kobold—German for goblin. Can Emma and John find love in the midst of turmoil as America plunges toward war? Susan has this posted her her website: › Solve a cipher message in my new book! Summerside Press is sponsoring a contest detailed inside my new book, The Crimson. . .
To Those Who Suffer: Understanding God’s Purpose and Pathway through Pain by Sean Nolan Genre: Christian Living/ Practical Life/ Grief Suffering Consolation Pages: 224 Trade Paperback Date Published: May 1, 2010 Publisher: VMI Publishers We often hold out for God to alleviate our circumstantial suffering or pain. But what about those who suffer and fall between the cracks of conventional Christian teaching? Those that don’t have that luxury to have the horrific circumstance removed or reversed that has caused their hardship? These people aren’t able to hold out hope that the Lord will alleviate their circumstances because their circumstances are not transformable within the rules of life that the Lord has set up. The Lord will not reasonably reattach the legs of a person who has had both of their legs amputated, nor will God bring a women’s husband of fifty years back from the dead: so does this mean. . .