FILTER BY:

Day After Tomorrow

Day After Tomorrow by G. Franklin Allee, published by Zondervan Publishing Co Stanley Ross Scott was restless and never satisfied. From his mother he in­herited a vein of materialism that caused him to grasp for the reality of power and influence and from his father he received the qualities of a dreamer to whom the […]

Continue reading

The Light in my Window

The Light in my Window by Francena H Arnold, published by Zondervan Publishing Co. It was a frustrated and unhappy Hope Thompson, whose introvertive personality was warped with a strange complex, that found her way to the Henderson Institute to apply for a job, which required that she was a Christian and was “anyone who […]

Continue reading

This, My Brother

This, My Brother by Argye M. Briggs, Published by Wm. B. Eerdman’s Publ. Co. This story, written by the author of the well-known novel, Root Out Of Dry Ground, finds its setting in the oil fields of Texas. Josh Kenyon, a young boy just in his teens as the story opens, is the youngest son […]

Continue reading

Until the Day Break

Until the Day Break by Sallie Lee Bell published by Zondervan Publishing House. This book is the second prize winner in Zondervan’s International Fiction Con­test. It is a story that was supposed to have taken place in the time of Christ. Mara, a beautiful Jewess, is a concubine of Herod, loved by the king but […]

Continue reading

Ashes of Yesterday

Ashes of Yesterday by Dan E. L. Patch published by Zondervan Publishing House. This Book is called an historical novel. The story begins with the birth of Grand­mother Thrillby on January 26, 1837 and takes the reader through her childhood, courtship, marriage, motherhood, and grandmotherhood with more or less scarcity of detail until it leaves […]

Continue reading

Nearby

Nearby by Elizabeth Yates published by Coward MaCann Inc. It was during the recent war that the story depicted in this novel was supposed to have taken place. Nearby was a little New England town, whose inhabitants were nearly all of Anglo-Saxon or Anglo-Irish stock. The swamplands with beauty in nature, but ugliness in human […]

Continue reading

Instead of the Thorn

Instead of the Thorn by Bastian Kruithof published by The Half Moon Press. New York. This is another story picturing life in the Dutch settlement that is now Holland, Michigan. All of its characters and many of its events are fictitious. This novel is not just a plot which is gradually revealed to the reader […]

Continue reading

Give Me Thy Vineyard

Give Me Thy Vineyard by Guy Howard published by Zondervan Publ. House. As Ahab and Jezebel, the wicked king and queen of Bible times demanded of Naboth, “Give me thy vineyard”, so the United Electric Company demanded of the simple hill folk the land in the valley in the Ozarks where they made their living […]

Continue reading

A Land I Will Show Thee

A Land I Will Show Thee, by Marian Schooland, published by Wm. Eerdman’s Co. This is a story of faith and courage: faith in the sovereign God Who guides His people according to His purpose, and courage to follow in the way that He leads. It is the story of the pioneers who left their […]

Continue reading

Beyond the Atom

Beyond The Atom is an appraisal of our Christian faith in this age of atomic science. It is written by Dr. John De Vries, professor of chemistry at Calvin College. In the author’s preface he states, “This book is designed to show that the only source of power lies in God. It is addressed primarily […]

Continue reading