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Someone’s taking stunning new photos of the surface of Mars. But who—or what? In The Evidence, terrorists, aliens, prophets, and a disorganized U.S. government swirl together to form a gripping backdrop to one man's struggle to balance his obligations to country, family, and God.More info →
An aggressive mission to Mars should bring answers, if all goes as planned....but that's a big "if". In The Proof, Captain Wells' mission brings more questions than answers. Danger and catastrophe ends the mission and the team returns to scene of international intrigue and personal tragedy on Planet Earth.More info →
In the exciting conclusion of the Mars Hill Classified trilogy, the past collides with the future as Captain John Wells once again finds himself on Mars. Nothing, on Mars or on Earth, is as it seems, and it's up to Captain Wells to expose the truth. Will he have the courage to do it? Read The Return to find out.More info →
A cash-strapped farm girl will sacrifice anything— even her body—to save a dying father and a mortgaged farm. Determined to overcome every adversity, Laura Ann McGehee perseveres, her life unexpectedly intertwined with the hearts of two strangers in a riveting tale of family ties and redemption in the mountains of West Virginia . . . first in The Pandora Files, a unique, a unique bioethics suspense series from Zondervan Publishers, in bookstores now.More info →
Kate Pepper has it all . . . a razor-sharp intellect, perfect health, and stunning beauty. Despite her perfect shell, terrible visions send Kate into a deep depression and her world crumbles. At the bottom of a dark mental well, desperate to get out of the water, there’s nowhere to reach but up. H2O . . . a fascinating allegorical look at success, sanity and spiritual redemption in a young woman’s relationship with water.More info →
Miriam lay pinned under the bodies of her dead infant son and husband in the cab of their pickup, far down the steep muddy slope of a West Virginia mountain. High above her she could hear screams of consternation in Arabic as her family’s killers sprayed bullets into the demolished truck. The war had come home to America. She could not escape it.More info →
“Anarchy. Chaos.” Uncle Benjamin stared out the window of his office at an eerily dark Washington, DC at night. Once lit bright with street lamps and the speeding torches of automobile headlights, this city seemed a shell of its former self. “The nuclear option is all that we have left.” He turned to his fellow jurists, each of them nodding in silence.More info →