Suzanne’s Earlier Books

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For the Love of Dogs

ISBN: 0981559298

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Samantha Christiansen is a young woman who is capable, confident, good at her job of managing the family’s olive oil ranch . . . and is going blind. Pushed by her family to get a guide dog, Samantha is partnered with a yellow lab with infinite patience. Samantha and her dog are assigned to Jack Shaw, an instructor who understands how difficult it can be to trust the unseen. A former professional football player, he lost everything through a costly mistake. Jack is determined to make the rest of his life count for something. He knows he can help Samantha, if only she’ll let him. But Samantha is faced with discovering a new way of seeing: trusting in what, or whom, she cannot see.

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Copper Fire

ISBN: 0979332745

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Winner of three Reader View literary awards: Best in Historical Fiction, Best in Spirituality, Jack Eadon Award

Smuggled out of Nazi Germany by Dietrich Bonhoeffer after working in the resistance, Louisa finds herself waiting out the war in a dusty Arizona copper mining town. Sponsored by the Reverend Robert Gordon, Louisa quickly discovers he is hiding a tragic secret. Louisa irritates, intrigues, and charms Robert. Trouble begins to brew when Friedrich Mueller, a prominent resident of Copper Springs and avid Nazi sympathizer, ferrets out Louisa’s background. Soon Louisa is once again running for her life. Can she outfox a fox like Mueller? Or will she be sent back to Germany as a hostage exchange, facing certain death?

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Copper Star

ISBN: 0981559204

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On a summer day in 1945, Louisa receives a telegram from the International Red Cross Tracing Service. Her young cousin, Elisabeth, has just been released from Dachau, a concentration camp, and Louisa is her only remaining relative. Determined to go to war-torn Germany to retrieve her cousin, Louisa is also on a mission to discover the whereabouts of Friedrich Mueller, a Nazi sympathizer who fled Copper Springs, Arizona. What Louisa never expected was to meet the man she had once loved.

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Grit for the Oyster

ISBN: 0981559220

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Second Place Winner of Reader View’s literary awards for Best in How-To and Best in Writing

A powerful motivator for aspiring writers, Grit for the Oyster offers wit, wisdom, and inspiration to take that first step and persevere through the writing journey. More than a how-to, this confidence-building book is designed to draw readers to a closer relationship with God, to affirm their calling to write, and to offer pithy practical guidance from successful writers like Terri Blackstock, James Scott Bell, Liz Curtis Higgs, Dr. Gary Chapman, and Deborah Raney.