Most of these authors are new to me; all of them write with faith.
Irene Hannon writes about Missouri, where I grew up, so that is a delight to me. Her stories include mystery and suspense.
Tessa Afshar writes Biblical fiction, including stories about Priscilla and Aquila, Paul, and Rahab.
Books I’ve read from Karen Barnett take place in National Parks in the 1920s and 30s.
So far I’ve only read one book by Rachel Hauck, The Fifth Avenue Story Society. This is a literary book of modern-day New York City with a variety of people. They are strangers who are mysteriously brought together and become important in each other’s lives.
Terry Blackstock, not a new author to me, excellent suspense.
Lauraine Snelling shares stories of immigrants from Norway who settle in Minnesota in the early 1900s, looking for hope and a new home. Beautiful stories of lives of settlers.
I have added all of these authors to my to-be-read-again list.