Tag Archives: Bible-based Fiction

Review: Killing a Messiah, by Adam Winn

Synopsis As Passover approaches, the city of Jerusalem is a political tinderbox. Judah, a resistance leader, plots to overthrow the Roman occupation. Eleazar and his father, the high priest Caiaphas, seek peace in the city at all costs. Pilate, the … Continue reading

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Review: Star of Persia, by Jill Eileen Smith

Synopsis Love. Duty. Fear. Courage. In the court of the king, which will prevail? In an effort to complete a war his father had planned to win, King Xerxes calls every governor, satrap, and official in his vast kingdom to … Continue reading

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Review: Like Flames in the Night, by Connilyn Cossette

Synopsis Strong-willed Tirzah wants to join her people in driving the enemy from the land of Israel and undergoes training for a secret mission inside the stronghold of Shechem. But soon after she has infiltrated the ruthless Aramean commander’s kitchen, … Continue reading

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Review: Isaiah’s Legacy, by Mesu Andrews

Synopsis The drama of the Old Testament comes to life as Judah’s most notorious king ascends to the throne in this gripping novel from the award-winning author of Isaiah’s Daughter. At eight years old, Shulle has known only life in … Continue reading

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Review: Daughter of Rome, by Tessa Afshar

Synopsis A woman with a devastating secret. A man bent on proving his worth. A chance encounter that catapults them into the heart of history. When the daughter of a prominent Roman general meets a disinherited Jewish immigrant, neither one … Continue reading

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Review: Lioness: Mahlah’s Journey, by Barbara M. Britton

Disclaimer: I purchased an electronic copy of this book. I was not required to write a review, and the words below are my own. Confession time: the only reason I knew of the daughters of Zelophehad before Barbara M. Britton … Continue reading

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The Last Man at the Inn, by R. William Bennett

Disclaimer: I received an electronic copy of this book from the Publisher via NetGalley. I was not required to write a review, and the words below are my own. When we read the crucifixion accounts in the synoptic gospels of … Continue reading

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Fiction Review: The End of the Magi, by Patrick W. Carr

Disclaimer: I received an electronic copy of this book from NetGalley. I was not required to write a review, and the words below are my own. Patrick W. Carr is known for his fantasy novels, and these aren’t usually novels … Continue reading

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