The Nephilim Virus | Deep River Books

The Nephilim Virus

Nick Reese wakes from a three-year coma to find the world he once knew is gone. An ancient virus has infected two-thirds of the world's population, turning humans into either incredibly intelligent...
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StarPassage: Book Two, Heroes and Martyrs

Winner of the Gold Medal in the 2017 Young Adult Fiction category of the Mom's Choice Awards. The award-winning StarPassage saga continues with the relic guiding the Carsons to a new and desperate family....
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Terror in the Kingdom

The Fourth Book in Jeff Dixon’s Best Selling Kingdom Series The terror is real. Grayson Hawkes is living every Disney fan’s dream. He’s in charge of the beloved international empire, with access to...
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When the Almond Tree Blossoms

Is American on the Verge of a Second Civil War? David Aikman, former senior foreign correspondent for Time magazine, first published When the Almond Tree Blossoms in 1993, as the Cold War ended and...

A Heaven to Die For

Axel Erickson thrives on riding the heaviest of waves, but the weight of his girlfriend’s death has driven him to explore God’s promises for the life beyond. When Axel also unexpectedly passes away, he...

Hidden in Plain View

The Exegesis Gap Paul Newton, an aging service technician with psychic abilities, is in no hurry to retire. He needs the money to take his wife on a promised trip to New Zealand. A childhood near-death...
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Dry Bones, A Jamie Storm Novel

In this fast-paced murder mystery, pastor’s wife Jamie Storm is drawn out of the safety of her kitchen and into a world of danger when a dear friend from high school is murdered. Jamie learns she has...

Backcut, a Novel by C.S. Levesque

Greed . . . Environmental fraud . . . Murder? Starry-eyed college graduate and environmental activist Lisa Stone just landed her dream job at a premier logging company in Washington State. She’s passionate...

Miracle On Snowbird Lake

Eleven-year-old Annie smiled at her dad as she pedaled past the pearly white church gazebo—a still frame etched in his mind forever. He could not have known it would be his last glimpse of her cherub...