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  1. ICON: A Novel

    ICON: A Novel

    $20.95

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    In a post-Christian America, where going to church, praying, or owning holy things means death, a twelve-year-old girl searches for the truth. Learn More
  2. The Devil and Pierre Gernet: Stories

    The Devil and Pierre Gernet: Stories

    $33.50

    David Bentley Hart — author of The Beauty of the Infinite and The Doors of the Sea — turns his theological imagination to narrative fiction in this collection of four short stories and one novella. Anticipating questions about his shift in genre, Hart writes that "God is no more likely (and a good deal less likely) to be found in theology than in poetry and fiction." Far from simple allegory, however, these stories beguile and entrance the reader because of Hart’s engrossing, opulent writing style and the deep theological and philosophical questions he raises. Occasionally flabbergasting, often bedazzling, sometimes heartbreaking, and ultimately mesmerizing, these stories are wide ranging in context and scope but united by a common thread of haunting religious and philosophical questions about this life and the next. This powerful collection will engage both the mind and the heart. Learn More
  3. Diamonds on the Bosphorus

    Diamonds on the Bosphorus

    $19.95

    Constantinople in a.d. 400 is the greatest city of its era—the throne of the Roman Empire with streets of marble and churches adorned in gold. But not all is right in the imperial capital: the empress Eudoxia has begun a persecution of the city’s great pastor and preacher, St. John Chrysostom. Diamonds on the Bosphorus—an historical novel for young people—is the story of the choice made by Christians throughout the centuries: to follow the path of Christ or the path of worldly glory. Nicephorus and his twin sister, Juliana, have dwelt their entire lives in the shadow of Constantinople on the shores of the Bosphorus—the majestic waterway connecting the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea. As the children of the pious fisherman Theodotus, they have been raised in the Christian virtues, devoting themselves to serving others. Their greatest joy is to hear the divine words of the righteous bishop St. John Chrysostom. On the verge of becoming adults, Nicephorus and Juliana have their lives turned upside-down with the revelation of their true identities. Suddenly, the paths of these simple fishers have become irreversibly intertwined with intrigue in the imperial court and the persecutions raised against St. John. Learn More
  4. The Insulted and Injured : A New Translation

    The Insulted and Injured : A New Translation

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    The Insulted and Injured, which came out in 1861, was Fyodor Dostoevsky's first major work of fiction after his Siberian exile and the first of the long novels that made him famous. Set in nineteenth-century Petersburg, this gripping novel features a vividly drawn set of characters — including Vanya (Dostoevsky's semi-autobiographical hero), Natasha (the woman he loves), and Alyosha (Natasha's aristocratic lover) — all suffering from the cruelly selfish machinations of Alyosha's father, the dark and powerful Prince Valkovsky. Boris Jakim's fresh English-language rendering of this gem in the Dostoevsky canon is both more colorful and more accurate than any earlier translation. Learn More
  5. Bearing the Saint

    Bearing the Saint

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    Bearing the Saint brings to life the late ninth century in Northumbria, a turbulent period of invasion and conquest that concluded with an uneasy peace between Saxon and Dane. Learn More
  6. Letters to Saint Lydia

    Letters to Saint Lydia

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    Lydia's life is turning upside down, and soon she'll be facing all the trials and temptations encountered by every young adult who's on her own for the first time. Lydia needs a friend badly—and she finds one in the most unexpected place: an icon of St. Lydia. Young Lydia pours out her troubles in letters to St. Lydia, who (invisibly to Lydia) answers, guiding her through her time of troubles with deep love and compassion. Learn More
  7. The Marriage, A Novella

    The Marriage, A Novella

    $19.95

    The Marriage, A Novella
    Author: Vassa Solomou Xanthaki
    Paperback
    Dimensions: 20.5 x 13.0 cm
    Pages: 112 Learn More
  8. Eye of the Red Tsar

    Eye of the Red Tsar

    $29.99

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    It is the time of the Great Terror. Inspector Pekkala - known as the Emerald Eye - was the most famous detective in all of Russia. He was the favourite of the Tsar. Now he is the prisoner of the men he once hunted.
    Like millions of others, he has been sent to the gulags in Siberia and, as far as the rest of the world is concerned, he is as good as dead. But a reprieve comes when he is summoned by Stalin himself to investigate a crime. His mission - to uncover the men who really killed the Tsar and his family, and to locate the Tsar's treasure. The reward for success will be his friend and the chance to reunite with a woman he would have married if the Revolution had not torn them apart. The price of failure - death.
    Set against the backdrop of the paranoid and brutal country that Russia became under the rule of Stalin, Eye of the Red Tsar introduces a compelling new figure to readers of crime. Learn More
  9. Zermatt

    Zermatt

    $22.95

    A Novel by Fank Schaeffer Learn More
  10. Portofino

    Portofino

    $22.95

    A Novel by Frank Schaeffer Learn More

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