by Tim LaHaye
A dramatic discovery sends Michael Murphy, a field archaeologist and scholar of biblical prophecy, on a perilous quest away from his secure world to a deadly confrontation with the forces of evil.
by Terri Blackstock
When Thelma and Wayne Owens are found murdered in the warehouse where they held their church services, their son-in-law Jonathan is arrested for the crime--but his wife Morgan and her sister Blair, Thelma and Wayne's daughters, are confident that he didn't do it and set out to find the real killer.
by Randy Singer
Confronted with the martyrdom of a Christian missionary, attorney Brad Carson files a civil-rights suit against Saudi Arabia and gambles his case, his career, and the lives of those he loves on his ability to find justice.
by Terri Blackstock
In the opener of this series, a catastrophe from an unknown source causes all the electricity in the world to fail, cutting off mass communication. Families must decide whether to panic or trust in God to see them through the crisis.
My Hands Came Away Red
by Lisa McKay
Cori signs up to take a mission trip to Indonesia after graduating high school, but five weeks after her arrival, a sectarian religious conflict that has been simmering for years on the nearby island of Ambon flames to life with deadly results.
by Ted Dekker
Real estate broker Stephen Friedman, whose family died in the Holocaust, finds a clue making him an heir to a fortune, but he must also elude a serial killer, who knows about the clue and has been searching for him for thirty years.
Out of the Shadows
by Sigmund Brouwer
Drawn home by a mysterious note about the mother who abandoned him, Nick Barret ventures into Charleston, where he unlocks dangerous secrets and is forced to confront his doubts about his Christian faith.
by Tim Downs
Terrorists hatch a plot to introduce quantities of Asian fleas into New York City. The fleas infect rats with bubonic plague. The requisite FBI agent, a tough-talking loner named Nathan Baldwin, gets wind of the plot, then finds an ally in a Christian Chinese named Li Ming, who leads Nathan toward the culprits.
by Athol Dickson
Told from the perspective of several characters, Hale's first days in Pilotsville--where readers quickly learn he has come to find the parents he never knew--reveal something close to utopia: black and white residents working and living together congenially, and almost equally, while the beneficent white man who essentially owns the town keeps all the ugliness of Southern racism at bay. Sadly, nothing is quite as it seems, and the miracles, revelations and moments of despair that make up the bulk of this book lead its characters and readers to some disturbing conclusions.
by Lisa Tawn Bergren
In 1339, at the height of the Inquisition, as prophesied by St. Paul in a letter that has been hidden by the Church, the Gifted, a group of men and women, possessing mysterious spiritual gifts, prepares to gather, racing against time to find the rest of the Gifted ones and to decipher the ancient prophecy of their coming, before their enemies can destroy them.
by Athol Dickson
Riley Keep is a shadow of the man he used to be. Having lost his family and his faith, he has been living on the streets for three years. While passing time in Florida, Riley hears about a small Maine town where miracles supposedly occur. So he takes his dying friend there, even though the town holds ghosts for him. The power of alcoholism runs through this story. An involving, suspenseful take on God's transforming grace, it tackles a serious issue while providing an absorbing story.
The Edge of Recall
by Kristen Heitzmann
Landscape architect Tessa Young has suffered from nightmares since she was a child, but designing and building complicated labyrinths has a healing effect on her. When she is offered a choice project of re-creating a beautiful colonial labyrinth, Tessa is tempted; yet the person offering the job, Smith Chandler, had let her down once before, and she doesn't know if she can trust him again. But then Tessa is assaulted, and the real suspense begins in this high-stakes, action-packed thriller.
by Kathryn Mackel
Still in shock over her son's apparent suicide, psychologist Susan Stone is called back to the family ranch in Colorado to help her elderly father with his horse business. After an argument with her father, Susan rides recklessly off into the mountains. Thrown from her horse into a shaft, she discovers a young man in chains. An amnesiac, he soon becomes known as Jacob. Susan takes Jacob home and protects him from the sheriff, who suspects he might be connected to a rash of bizarre murders in the vicinity. It soon becomes apparent that Jacob may be something more than human.
by Steven James
Special Agent Patrick Bowers had only met one man who made him truly afraid. Until now. When he's called to North Carolina to consult on the case of an area serial killer, he finds himself in a deadly game.Cunning and lethal, the killer is always one step ahead of the law, and he's about to strike again. It will take all of Bowers's instincts and training to stop this man who calls himself the Illusionist. And just when the pieces start to come together, Bowers realizes they're not quite adding up. Can he unravel the pattern and save the next victim? Or will the Illusionist win the game by taking one of his opponent's pieces?
Tiger in the Shadows
by Debbie Wilson
Intent on destroying the underground church and seizing secret technologies, a Chinese spy known as the Beijing Tiger discovers the perfect bait when American Stephanie Peng travels to China to free her imprisoned grandfather.
by Angela Elwell Hunt
Six friends agree to build a Christian school overseas, and when a shipwreck leaves them trapped on an island, their inner sins are on display, showing them that being a "good person" outwardly often hides an impure interior.
by Brandilyn Collins
All Paige Williams wants is a new start in the sleepy town of Kanner Lake, ID, and maybe somebody to care about her for once. Instead she finds the corpse of an aging movie actress, Edna San, in the hot tub at her rented home. Edna is the woman Paige had argued with earlier that day at Simple Pleasures, the store where Paige works. Fearful that her own sordid past will resurface if she calls the police, Paige decides to dump the body in the lake. Meanwhile, the real killer, who calls himself Black Mambo, is watching Paige, planning even further revenge. This initial title in Collins's Kanner Lake series features a sympathetic heroine and uses flashbacks effectively to set up this tale about child abuse and its long-term impact.