• The Mystery of Matthew Gold

    Chick Yuill

    Meet Matthew Gold: wealthy, successful and secure – but totally alone.
    Afflicted from childhood by a crippling stammer, words have been his greatest problem. But, as his talent as a writer of detective fiction emerges, words become his greatest passion...

  • Breakthrough

    Giles D Lascelle

    Is a full and abundant life possible if your childhood has been shattered by abuse? One-in-five of us experience severe abuse in some form as children,* often leading to devastating emotional and mental health problems in adulthood. Giles D Lascelle, an abuse survivor, ordained minister and psychotherapist, examines...

  • Red Cabbage Blue

    Annie Try

    Christmas is fast approaching when psychologist Dr Mike Lewis is presented with the most unlikely client – twenty-two-year-old Adelle Merchant. Dressed all in blue, she could be like any other young woman. Except it’s not just her clothes – her hair, her home, everything she eats or drinks has to be blue...

  • Four

    John Glass

    When young, expat businessman Jack Troughton’s girlfriend tells him about the Bible she found on a Cheltenham bench, his life is turned upside down. Challenged by Celia’s faith, and brought face-to-face with terrifying Estonian sex-traffickers when tragedy strikes, his response impacts countless lives and threatens all he holds most dear.

  • The Kilfinan Treasure

    Harry Hunter

    Something has happened to disturb the cheery routine of Kilfinan, a bustling port on the Scottish coast. Anonymous poetic entries in the local newspaper hint at hidden treasure in the area – and the key to solving their mystery seems to lie in passages from the Bible. Attracting interest from all quarters, each poem impacts the life of a different reader, speaking to them in ways they could not expect.

  • The Migrant

    Paul Alkazraji

    Fascist populists, callous sex-traffickers and violent anti-austerity riots – these were not what Pastor Jude Kilburn had expected to face when he moved to Albania.

    But when vulnerable 19-year-old Alban disappears...

  • The Man Who Broke into St Peter's

    Chick Yuill

    When the caretaker of St Peter’s finds that the church has been broken into early on the Saturday morning after Christmas, and that the elderly intruder is still in the building and kneeling at the communion rail, no-one is quite sure what to do.

  • The Gardener's Daughter

    K A Hitchins

    Motherless nineteen-year-old Ava has always believed brilliant botanist, Theo Gage to be her father. But when a chance discovery reveals she is not his daughter, her world falls apart.

  • A Spring Awakening

    Chris Cottee

    David Sourbook thought he'd been saved. He thought his problems were behind him. A new life had opened up before him, with a new lady friend, a new faith and a new circle of friends.
    But was it really that simple?

  • The Diary of a (Trying to be Holy) Mum

    Fiona Lloyd

    Meet Becky Hudson.

    Loving wife to Dave, devoted mother to Jennifer (9), Adam (5) and Ellie (2) – and queen of self-doubt.
    If only she tried harder, Becky reasons, she could be a 'proper' Christian and mother!

  • A Vision of Locusts

    S L Russell

    'It was like the pictures I'd seen of the battlefields of the First World War. No life, no growth ...A vision of hell.'

    What can Abbie see that no one else can? Is the charming Will Chambers all he seems? And will anyone believe her?

  • Life Lines

    Don Gee

    'I can't go on!' - 'Life's not fair!' - 'If only...' ...cries as common today as in Capernaum 2000 years ago!

    Life Lines imagines the stories of four desperate people who reached out to Jesus in the Gospels: An abused woman, a troubled teen...

  • A Christmas Calling

    Chris Cottee

    Was she a friend or was she an angel?

    He couldn't tell!

    David Sourbook is a callous man. Locked inside his sneering heart, Christmas jollities and festive cheer leave him cold...

  • Out of Silence

    Annie Try

    Jaded Clinical Psychologist Dr Mike Lewis is on the edge. Separated from his wife, Ella, and deeply wounded by the death of their child, the future is bleak. But when he is assigned the case of mute asylum seeker 'Johnny Two', things begin to change.

  • Rooks at Dusk

    Chick Yuill

    Where can a man find grace when he no longer believes?

    Ray Young, an experienced Christian leader, has been married for almost thirty years. But his once vibrant faith, like his marriage, is steadily fading...

  • An Insubstantial Death

    Hilary Creed

    When Dame Emily sold Seascape House, her beloved Elizabethan mansion on the Sussex coast, to pork sausage magnate James Wedderburn, she could never have imagined the events that would follow.

  • Trying to Fly

    Annie Try

    Jenny Drake has never forgotten what she saw on that Devon beach. Just a small girl at the time, those frightening events have overshadowed her life ever since.

  • The Key of All Unknown

    K A Hitchins

    Brilliant scientific researcher Tilda Moss wakes up in hospital unable to speak or move and with no recollection of what happened to her.

  • The Girl at the End of the Road

    K A Hitchins

    High-flying financier Vincent Stevens has lost everything in the economic crash – smart London flat, trophy girlfriend, champagne lifestyle – and is forced to return...

  • At Therapy's End

    Susie Flashman Jarvis

    As Alfie's first birthday draws near, his mother, Sophie, and her family are forced to confront a past they have been trying to shut away for years. Revisiting painful memories, grief threatens to destroy relationships as Sophie and her daughter, Katie, wrestle with guilt, and Simon, their loving husband and father, can only look on in despair.

  • Namestone

    Anthony Shephard

    Twenty-first-century scientist Frank Scanlon and a sixteenth-century monk are thrown together by a series of horrific events. Their lives become inextricably bound up with the enigmatic HŽrault - a man with exceptional fighting skills and even more deadly persuasive powers. HŽrault seeks power beyond anything else, and uses evil as a practical tool to achieve his ultimate goal.

  • Eden Undone

    Anna Lindsay

    A breathtaking vision of the heart of God and humankind's unbroken relationship with Him in the Garden of Eden.

    When Eve rejects the serpent's temptation, all of creation breathes a sigh of relief, but years later...

  • Lydia's Song

    Katherine Blessan

    Lydia's quiet expat life in Cambodia is dramatically turned upside down by the sudden arrival of Song, a young & vulnerable Vietnamese girl, and the flattering romantic attentions of a handsome, dashing local man.

  • Jeffrey's Shorts

    Geoffrey Crees

    Geoffrey Crees is a retired Anglican vicar with a whimsical sense of humour and witty writing style.

    In these 20 enchanting and quirky short stories...

Meet our Authors

  • Don Gee

    Don was born in the flat lands of the fens of East Anglia and has spent most of his life in that part of the world. Professionally, on leaving school he worked in engineering, then was the first manager at Sizewell Hall Christian Conference Centre on the east coast. He worked as building manager for various Christian charities and spent many years in church ministry.

  • John Glass

    John Glass entered ministry in 1968, pastoring and planting churches in England, Scotland and Wales, and was General Superintendent of the Elim Pentecostal Churches 2000-2016. From 2014-2018, he was Chair of Council of the Evangelical Alliance, and in 2017 was awarded the Lambeth Cross by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

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Do you have a gripping story to tell, a life message to share or a burning issue to raise? If so, we would be delighted to hear from you!

A young and vibrant publishing house, we are committed to producing high quality books by new and experienced authors writing from a Christian perspective. Ranging from original fiction and riveting autobiography, to books addressing urgent social issues and profound spiritual questions, our titles cross all genres and our authors come from all backgrounds.

If you have a completed manuscript or a non-fiction book proposal, please get in touch! Every submission will receive a response, even if we believe we are not the right company to publish your book.

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