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Elizabeth Musser, author of the highly acclaimed novel The Swan House, is a native of Atlanta, Georgia, who writes what she calls "entertainment with a soul." She received her B.A. in English and French from Vanderbilt University, where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and graduated magna cum laude. While at Vanderbilt, she spent a semester abroad in France. After graduating she went back overseas for two years, where she met her husband, Paul. In 1989 she and her husband returned to Southern France.
 

Genres: Inspirational
 
Series
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Swan House
   1. The Swan House (2001)
   2. The Dwelling Place (2005)
   3. The Promised Land (2020)
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Novels
   Searching for Eternity (2007)
   Words Unspoken (2009)
   The Sweetest Thing (2011)
   Love Beyond Limits (2015)
   The Long Highway Home (2017)
   When I Close My Eyes (2019)
   By Way of the Moonlight (2022)
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Novellas and Short Stories
   Waiting for Peter (2013)
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Elizabeth Musser recommends
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Shadows in the Mind's Eye (2022)
Janyre Tromp
"With pitch-perfect dialect, lyrical prose, and homespun wisdom, Tromp delivers a slow boiling mystery that dares to ask the deepest questions about faith, love, suffering, evil, and hope."
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Feathers of Hope (2022)
Sharon Garlough Brown
"In Feathers of Hope, Sharon Garlough Brown brilliantly portrays mental illness in a gentle and heartbreaking way as young Wren continues on her path toward healing from deep depression. We also glimpse the bare humanity of Wren's great-aunt and housemate, Katherine Rhodes, as she navigates her impending retirement from directing the New Hope Retreat Center. Feathers of Hope tells a story of shedding the old to bring forth the new, giving hope to all of us who are confronted with our deep humanity and sinfulness after days or decades of our own sacred journey. A poignant, deeply personal, and relevant story for such a time as this."
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Dust (2021)
Eva Marie Everson
"What is one life worth? Eva Marie Everson's Dust takes the readers on a slow, Southern, and yes, dusty journey through several decades as we watch the lives of her characters intermingle amid the little and big tragedies, heartaches, and celebrations of life. With breathtaking, sometimes sensual prose, Everson explores romantic love in all its passion and brokenness as the characters make choices whose consequences bleed into other lives for generations. A thought-provoking and soul-stirring story."
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Of Stillness and Storm (2016)
Michèle Phoenix
"The Poisonwood Bible for a new generation."

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