Baker Publishing Group’s hottest titles coming out this fall
Digipalooza is officially less than a month away which means that soon the center of the library world will be downtown Cleveland. We’re excited to have our friends at the Baker Publishing Group joining us for the conference and so we wanted to share some great titles from their collection coming this fall. Whether you’re attending Digipalooza or not you’ll want to add these hot new titles to your collection:
The Proving by Beverly Lewis – Having left the Amish life for the English world, Amanda Dienner is shocked when she learns that her mother has passed and left her Lancaster County’s most popular Amish bed-and-breakfast. The catch is she has to run it herself for one year, acting as hostess. Amanda accepts the terms, but coming home to people she left behind won’t be easy.
Dangerous Illusions by Irene Hannon – Detective Colin Flynn investigates a tragic death that’s been linked to a grieving woman with apparent memory loss, but it quickly becomes clear there’s more to the case—and the woman—than meets the eye.
Where We Belong by Lynn Austin – Despite Victorian society’s strict rules for women, Rebecca and Flora Hawes’ desire for adventure has led them to the Sinai Desert. Accompanied by their young butler and their maid, the sisters search for a biblical manuscript.
Ladies of Ivy Cottage by Julie Klassen – In the confines of Ivy Cottage, friendships thrive, romances blossom, and mysteries await! Gentlewoman Rachel Ashford has moved into Ivy Cottage with the two Miss Groves, where she discovers mysteries hidden among her books.
The Return by Suszanne Woods Fisher – As the Amish settle in America, Tessa wishes Hans would notice her. When tragedy strikes—close to home and close to her heart—she discovers the cost of true love.
The Probing: Leviathan, The Mind Pirates, Hybrids, the Village by Frank Peretti and Bill Myers – The Harbingers team investigates more mysterious and fascinating supernatural occurrences in Hollywood, a small town in North Carolina, and elsewhere. Can they keep the growing darkness at bay? This fast-paced and ongoing collection reads like your favorite TV series, with each linked episode written by a talented author.
The Promise of Dawn by Lauraine Snelling – In 1910, Signe, her husband, and their boys emigrate from Norway to Minnesota, dreaming of one day owning a farm of their own. But the relatives they’ve come to stay with are harsh and demanding. As Signe’s family is worked to the bone to repay the cost of their voyage, can she learn to trust God through this trial and hold on to hope for a better future?
Blind Spot by Dani Pettrey – When a terrorist investigation leads FBI agent Declan Grey to a closed immigrant community, he turns to crisis counselor Tanner Shaw for help. Despite the tension between them, he needs the best of the best on this case. Under imminent threat, they’ll have to race against the clock to stop a plot that could cost thousands of lives—including theirs.
House on Foster Hill by Jamie Jo Wright – Fleeing a stalker, Kaine Prescott purchases an old house sight unseen in Wisconsin, which turns out to have a dark history: A century earlier, an unidentified woman was found dead on the grounds. As Kaine tries to settle in, she learns the story of her ancestor Ivy Thorpe, who, with the help of a man from her past, tried to uncover the truth about the death.
All She Left Behind by Jane Kirkpatrick – Jennie Pickett is a natural healer, but her dreams to become a doctor in 1870s Oregon put her at odds with the world around her. As she struggles to keep her dream alive, she finds that the road to fulfillment winds past love, heartache, and plenty of surprises along the way.
We’d like to thank the Baker Publishing Group for their support of both Digipalooza and libraries as a whole.
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