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Christina Rich



When she was younger, Christina tried to dig herself to China, loved Three Billy Goats Gruff, and had an obsession with maps. She gave up her dig to China but still jumps at the chance to travel even if it's just down the road. She loves watching modern takes of fairytales and mythologies on the big screen and still has a huge obsession with maps. The older the better.

Born and raised in Kansas, where she currently lives with her husband and children, Christina loves to read stories with happily ever afters, research, take photos, knit scarves, dig into her ancestry, fish, visit the ocean, write stories with happily ever afters and talk about her family and Jesus.

Genres: Inspirational, Historical Romance, Romance, Historical Mystery
 
Novels
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Omnibus
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Collections
Christmas Treasures (2014) (with Karla Akins, Linda S Glaz, Karlene Jacobsen, Bette Ann Moskowitz, Karen Campbell Prough, Kathleen Rouser, Donna Hubbard Scofield, Joanne Sher, Elaine Stock, April Strauch, Karen Wingate and Patty Wysong)
Take Me Home (2017) (with Cindy M Amos and Darlene Franklin)
The Love of a Pinkerton Agent (2018) (with Robin Densmore Fuson, Anne Greene, Debra E Marvin and Niki Turner)
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Novellas
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Series contributed to
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Calico Capers (with Robin Densmore Fuson, Rhonda Gibson, Cynthia Hickey and Syndey Winthrop)
Calico Capers (omnibus) (2017)
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Christina Rich recommends
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The Moon Dwellers (2012)
(Dwellers Saga, book 1)
David Estes
"An original twist on the Dystopian novel filled with action, great characters and romance."

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