Looking for something good to read by your fellow Christian novelists this summer?
Check out the following in science fiction, romance, and mystery.
So what happens when humanity has to be re-booted by AI’s? Updated and now in a paperback edition from my favorite science fiction and fantasy author, here’s a wonderful offering wherein you’ll find elements of faith, knowledge, and redemption intertwined with an exciting plot that will keep you engrossed to the very last page.
Also, an audio and print version of the short story on which the novel is based is available free on the author’s website. “The Understudy” is read by the author and is about 17 minutes long.
Annie Dolze calls her romance “short and sweet,” which is exactly right for a beach or a lawn chair read right on your very own front porch. It’s guaranteed to bring a smile to your face.
My Baby the Spy involves, to wit, “Two spies. One very secret baby.” Clean romances are hard to find and this one’s so well-written I got through it in one sitting! It’s that good. There’s the twists and turns of romance, of course, but the intrigue of espionage will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Cybele brings a bit of an international flavor to the cozy mystery genre. The spunky Indian American heroine, Marteena Mohan, discovers that the case of murder that ensnares her as the chief suspect, is not so cozy as hair-raising to solve. As she tries to keep one step ahead of the law and her enemies, she wrestles with the faith that she thought she had abandoned.
By the way, she has some very loyal (and eccentric) friends who have decidedly strong ideas of their own and a detective that is a threat in more ways than one!
… Click on the book cover for more on the plot!