"This masterful novel combines readable, lyrical prose with a compelling plot and complex characters. . . . Wisdom weaves these tangled threads with overarching themes of how the patriarchy controls women’s minds and bodies." —Booklist (Starred Review)
This final book in The Long Road Home trilogy is full of unexpected twists. The redemptive ending will leave you smiling for days.
As May settles into family life, she has so much to be grateful for. Yes, there are plenty of challenges as she continues to heal from the demons of her past, but her loving husband and sweet children are the greatest earthly gift she could ask for.
A Publishers Weekly Top 10 Religion and Spirituality Book for Fall 2022
Two courageous young women, tied together by blood and shared passion, will risk everything to save what they love most.
For generations, Ellie Hostetler's family has tended their Lancaster County orchard, a tradition her twin brother, Evan, will someday continue. Yet when Evan's draft number is called up in the lottery for the Vietnam War, the family is shocked to learn he has not sought conscientious objector status, despite their Old Order Amish belief in nonresistance.
A National Book Foundation "5 Under 35" Honoree
“An enchanting, sparkling book about the many meanings of sisterhood.” —Kristin Iversen, Refinery29
Amish novelist Linda Byler spins a heartwarming tale about an Amish widow trying to survive in colonial America.
Paula has been cursed since birth—or so her mother told her for as long as she could remember. Her life is plagued by bad omens and disaster waits at every turn. Still, nothing could prepare her for the loss of three of her children, and then her husband.
"How could anyone consider killing a person an evil act without even trying to prove that living is better than dying?"
Excellent . . . The surprising revelations that populate the book, mixed with a mood of regret and wistful longing for dead loves, imbue the story with a seductive power. Readers will eagerly anticipate the final volume in this trilogy Publishers Weekly Starred Review of A Shadowed Fate
Another story about Maggie Barnes and her family. By digging into online genealogy records and talking with their chatty Aunt Lillian, Maggie's children discover the World War II struggles of their paternal grandparents and their silent father, Ross. It's not a story to make kids proud. They find it easier to be critical of their flawed family and assume the next generation will do better.
The Forgotten Champion
By: Patrick Jordan
Steve Chase is a heavyweight boxer with a combination of tremendous power, quickness, and stamina that experts said made him 'almost unbeatable.' Becoming the heavyweight champion of the world is the driving force behind his whole world.
Angels are all around us--especially at ChristmasThree classic stories of hope and seasonal cheer. Shirley, Goodness and Mercy
"Patricia writes with heart, integrity and hope. Her stories both entertain and edify--the perfect combination." --Kim Vogel Sawyer, award-winning and bestselling authorIn a close-knit Amish community, she'll hide in plain sight...