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  • Code Name Camille Originally published in the USA Today bestselling The Darkest Hour anthology, this gripping tale of resistance, suspense, and love is now a standalone book. 1940: Paris under Nazi occupation. When the Germans invade France, twenty-one-year-old Nathalie Fontaine is living a quiet life in rural ... Read Book
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  • The Eleventh Commandment Nationally best-selling author Lutishia Lovely spills sin and sizzle in The Eleventh Commandment, part of the Hallelujah Love series. Members of Kingdom Citizen’s Christian Center are up to all sorts of no good. Frieda’s juggling her husband, new baby and boy toy, while Hope is struggling with ... Read Book
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