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Who Am I to Judge? by Emily Hanlon

‟Readers will be delighted with Hanlon’s deftly constructed mystery and vividly imagined world of colorful characters in this refreshing and hopeful tale of redemption.” —Susan Furlong, New York Times Top Ten Crime Fiction Novel of the Year

Markmaker by Mary Jessica Woods

“Here, for those with eyes to see, the truth is traced out as surely as an invisible mark upon the heart.” —Fr. Michael Rennier, Dappled Things Magazine

Shooting at Heaven's Gate by Kaye Park Hinckley

“Kaye Hinckley has more than earned her keep as a significant contender vying for a living Catholic literature.” —Joshua Hren

Shadowed Loyalty by Roseanna M. White

He loved her enough to kill for her. But never enough to forgive for her.

The City Mother by Maya Sinha

“Sinha’s hypnotic storytelling marks a thrilling literary debut.” — Mary Eberstadt, author of Primal Screams

Brother Wolf by Eleanor Bourg Nicholson

“Brother Wolf is a book you don’t just read—you live in it.” —Tim Powers, bestselling author

In Pieces by Rhonda Ortiz

“Rarely have I encountered a debut novel as well told as this one.” — Jocelyn Green, Christy-award winning author

The Letters of Magdalen Montague by Eleanor Bourg Nicholson

Magdalen Montague exhales the same exuberant and exotic air as Baudelaire, Huysmans and Wilde.” Joseph Pearce, author of The Unmasking of Oscar Wilde

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