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Kristy Cambron

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Kristy's been fascinated with the WWII Era since hearing her grandfathers stories of his experiences as a B-17 co-pilot in the war. She writes WWII and Regency Era historical Christian fiction titles. The Butterfly and the Violin, Book One in the 'A Hidden Masterpiece' series on the prisoner camp art of Auschwitz, will release from Thomas Nelson Publishers in July, 2014.

She's a proud Hoosier, living in Indiana with her husband and three football-loving sons, where she can probably be bribed with a coconut mocha latte and a good Christian fiction read.

Genres: Inspirational
Lost Castle
   1. The Lost Castle (2018)
   2. Castle on the Rise (2019)
   3. The Painted Castle (2019)
Non fiction
   Acts (2018)
   Luke (2018)
Kristy Cambron recommends
Yesterday's Tides (2023)
Roseanna M White
"Yesterday's Tides triumphs with raw and real emotion, pulse-pounding action, and romance that pays tribute to the legacy of yesterday to anchor the path of our tomorrows."
When Twilight Breaks (2021)
Sarah Sundin
"Genuine. Gripping. Gorgeous. With pitch-perfect details and her signature depth of historical accuracy, Sundin explores the overlapping boundaries of faith, truth, consequence, and love in a world drawn to the brink of WWII. Readers will be left spellbound!"
A Dance in Donegal (2021)
Jennifer Deibel
"Fans of Catherine Marshall's Christy will want to clear room on their favorites shelf because this one's earned a place alongside!"
In the Shadow of Croft Towers (2019)
Abigail Wilson
"Mysterious . . . Melodic . . . Thrilling and original . . . Abigail Wilson has crafted a debut that shines."
Becoming Mrs. Lewis (2018)
Patti Callahan
"This book is a work of art. Intelligent. Witty and charming. Becoming Mrs. Lewis is a stunning foray into the wilds of faith--from doubt and discovery, to the great adventure of living it out. Patti Callahanand rsquo;s invitation into Joy and Jackand rsquo;s love story is as brilliant as the lives they led. Iand rsquo;m left as spellbound as the first time I met Aslan . . . with these characters now just as dear."
The House On Foster Hill (2017)
Jaime Jo Wright
"The suspense grips early, holds fast, and doesn't let the reader go until the last satisfying page."
The Bachelor Girl's Guide to Murder (2016)
(Herringford and Watts Mystery, book 1)
Rachel McMillan
"A savvy and street-smart read. Rachel McMillan's The Bachelor Girl's Guide to Murder is a wickedly clever debut, with the wit and intelligence of a classic Agatha Christie whodunit. It's a vintage-inspired ride with a dash of mystery, romance, and just enough suspense to keep the reader guessing. I was drawn in and held captive with the turn of each page!"

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