5 Books to Add to Your TBR in January

From thrillers and historical fiction to moving memoirs, we have great titles to add to your “To Be Read” list this month!

1. SCAVENGER HUNT BY CHAD BOUDREAUX

Scavenger Hunt is a suspense novel chronicling the plight of Blake Hudson, a Justice Department lawyer assigned to a clandestine counter terrorist group created to bypass onerous legal requirements. After the group mysteriously disbands, Hudson becomes the scapegoat and is transformed from hunter to hunted.

Read more about author Chad Boudreaux. Order Scavenger Hunt via Barnes & Noble or Amazon.

2. PERICLES AND ASPASIA BY YVONNE KORSHAK

In the Golden Age of Athens, when philosopher Sophocles roams parties and Athena’s spear rises like a beacon of democracy above the city, a general and a courtesan’s epic love story is reimagined in Yvonne Korshak’s debut historical fiction, Pericles and Aspasia. 

Read more about author Yvonne Korshak. Order Pericles and Aspasia via Barnes & Noble or Amazon.

3. THE SACRED MEANING OF EVERYDAY WORK BY ROBERT H. TRIBKEN

The Sacred Meaning of Everyday Work is written for people who take their work seriously and have at least some interest in religion or spirituality. The book asks readers to consider various insights from the perspective of their own faith or spirituality. Rob offers practical insights from multiple sources, including the Bible, contemporary research, and experience in business.

Read more about author Robert Tribken. Order The Sacred Meaning of Everyday Work via Amazon

4. CHOOSING SURVIVAL BY LYNN F. FORNEY

Choosing Survival chronicles the life of a woman enmeshed in the thorny brambles of trauma.  Despite all odds, she has survived to share her story vulnerably, compassionately, and bravely; choosing to see the light that can only come from the dark.

Read more about author Lynn Forney. Order Choosing Survival on Amazon

5. THE BLUE HOUSE BY MYRNA DENHAM PORTER

The Blue House: An Elder’s Lifelong Search for Meaning and Purpose is a memoir of a woman who grew up at the edge of the Canadian Prairies. For Myrna “no woman is an island” and she attributes a “life worth living” to the mentors along the way, as well as her combined parents’ Christian values. This is an inspiring, heartbreaking and hopeful story.

Order The Blue House via Amazon.

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