March 4, 2018

Ghost Towns of the West by Phillip Varney & Jim Hinckley uncovers the tales of the most intriguing and historic ghost towns located across eleven states in the West, stories of the founders, notable or notorious, residents and businesses, and the captivating and scandalous events we’ve come to expect when we think of the Wild West.

The God-Shaped Brain by Timothy R. Jennings, M.D. unveils brain research in neuroscience showing that our thoughts and beliefs affect our physical, mental, and spiritual health. When we understand God as good and loving, we flourish, whereas distorted images of God lead to patterns of toxic relationships and self-defeating behaviors. See how science and Scripture align to bring healing and transformation to our lives.

The Cowboy and the Senorita by Howard Kazanjian & Chris Enss relives the Golden Era of the King of the Cowboys and the Queen of the West. In the mid-twentieth century, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans ruled the West from the silver screen as the King of Cowboys and the Queen of the West. Off screen, this husband and wife duo raised a family and lived the “Code of the West.” In this biography, named for their first feature film as a pair, the Rogers family shares the inside story of these beloved Western icons.

The Woman on the Stairs by Bernhard Schlink delivers a powerful story as a brilliant and naïve young lawyer’s life is changed forever when a painter and his subject–a breathtakingly beautiful woman–appear at his office in Frankfurt. The woman’s husband is deliberately marring the painting of his wife he commissioned the artist to make. Now the woman and the artist want the painting back. Simple enough—until the woman, and the painting, suddenly go missing followed by a strange turn of fate and a natural disaster.

Need to Know by Karen Cleveland thrills with an espionage story from deep within the heart of the CIA, when counterintelligence analyst Vivian Miller is assigned to uncover the leaders of Russian sleeper cells in the U.S. After stumbling on a secret dossier of deep-cover agents, everything that matters to her is threatened, and Vivian is faced with impossible choices, loyalty or betrayal, allegiance or treason, love or suspicion.

Purgatory Road by Samuel Parker finds a couple stranded in the Mojave Desert with dwindling hope of survival until a mysterious desert hermit shows up. However, hope fades when they realize the nomad has no intention of letting them leave. A chance encounter with a kidnapped runaway and her crazed abductor leads them all farther into the wilderness, closer to the cold brutality isolation brings, and the realization that playing by another’s rules may be the only way to escape.