Monday, April 13, 2015

Weekly Windup: Comment to Win Cleansed by Fire by James R. Callan!

This Week's Giveaway is:

Two churches have been burned in a small Texas town. Father Frank DeLuca, pastor of Prince of Peace Church, hears that another church will be burned. But, he hears this in the confessional and church law forbids him from telling anyone, even the police.

He doesn’t know which church, when, or by whom. Still, he can’t sit idly by. He begins to investigate possible suspects. There’s the mysterious newcomer involved in the local drug scene, the man who burns a paper cross and says the churches deserve to burn, the school drop-out who mixes alcohol and drugs, plus other suspects. As Father Frank digs deeper, he is threatened and attacked.

Countering this are a young widow whose mission is to make others shine, and a youth choir determined to help those whose churches have been destroyed by the arsonist.

Can Father Frank prevent another church from being torched? Can he even manage to stay alive?

Now available in paperback, Kindle edition, and in audio. The audio version is narrated by five-time Emmy Award Winner Jonathan Mumm.


Audio Version  

This giveaway runs through April 19th. Comment on any post between now and then to enter, and remember, the more comments you make, the more entries you earn!

    Winners will be announced in the Weekly Wind-up.

Coming Up This Week:

Monday: Devotion: Reclaiming Inspiration and Joy by Catherine Castle
Tuesday: The Tower of London, Part 1 by Linda Matchett
Wednesday: "Shepherd's Pie or Cottage Pie" by Deb Garland
Thursday: Book Review - Toro! written by Frank Schwalbe (Review by Jennifer
Friday: Fun with Norma Gail
Saturday Interview with Betsy Duffey and Laurie Myers

We look forward to hanging out with you this week!

 Check out our Prizes Galore Page to see all our giveaways.


  1. What an exciting read this promises to be.

    1. I think you are right - but then I am a little biased. Hope you win it.

  2. This sounds intriguing. I would be interested in reading this book by a new to me author.

    1. Good luck on winning the book. I think you'll like it. Thanks for commenting.