Books read in 2009


A Life Surrendered by June Kimmel.
Becoming God’s True Woman edited by Nancy Leigh DeMoss, read twice, reviewed here.
Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus, a compilation by Nancy Guthrie of 22 Christmas related essays from authors varying from Augustine and Luther to Piper.
Daily Light on the Daily Path.
Hannah’s Hope: A Journey of Faith by Hope Houchins.
In Trouble and In Joy: Four Women Who Lived for God by Sharon James, here,
Dr. Frau: A Woman Doctor Among the Amish by Grace H. Kaiser, briefly reviewed here.
Organizing Your Craft Space by Jo Packham.
Our Daily Walk devotional by F. B. Meyer.
Passionate Housewives Desperate For God by Jennie Chauncey and Stacy McDonald, here.
To The Golden Shore by Courtney Anderson, reviewed here.
What Women Wish You Knew About Dating: A Single Guy’s Guide to Romantic Relationships by Stephen W. Simpson, reviewed here.
Where Women Create by Jo Packham.

Christian fiction:

@ Home for the Holidays by Meredith Efken, not reviewed except briefly here.
Above the Line: Take One
by Karen Kingsbury, reviewed here.
Above the Line: Take Two by Karen Kingsbury.
American Haven
by Elisabeth Yates, reviewed just briefly here.
An Unexpected Love by Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller, second in the Broadmoor Legacy series.
The Centurion’s Wife by Davis Bunn and Janette Oke, reviewed here.
Every Now and Then by Karen Kingsbury, reviewed here.
Falling For You Again, the third in the Four Seasons series dealing with marriage by Catherine Palmer and Gary Chapman, reviewed here.
Farraday Road by Ace Collins, reviewed here.
Fatal Illusion by Adam Blumer, reviewed here.
The Heirloom
by Colleen L. Reece and Julie Reece-DeMarco, given to me by my friend, Carol, reviewed here.
House Blend: Warm Stories From Your Favorite Authors.
The Missing, second in the Seasons of Grace series by Beverly Lewis, briefly reviewed here.
My Heart Remembers by Kim Vogel Sawyer.
Plain Perfect by Beth Wiseman, reviewed here.
The Secret by Beverly Lewis.
Sisterchicks in Wooden Shoes by Robin Jones Gunn.
Sometimes a Light Surprises by Jamie Langston Turner, reviewed here.
A Surrendered Heart by Tracy Peterson and Judith Miller, third in the Broadmoor Legacy series, briefly reviewed here.
Things Left Unspoken by Eva Marie Everson, reviewed here.
This Side of Heaven
by Karen Kingsbury, reviewed here.
Thread of Deceit
by Catherine Palmer.
When Love Blooms
by Robin Lee Hatcher, reviewed here .
A Vote of Confidence
by Robin Lee Hatcher, reviewed here.
Winter Turns to Spring, the last of the Four Seasons of Marriage books by Catherine Palmer and Gary Chapman.

Classics and other fiction:

Home to Harmony by Phillip Gulley.
How Do I Love Thee? by Nancy Moser about the relationship between Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning, reviewed here.
Les Miserables (unabridged) by Victor Hugo, reviewed here.

I hope all these links work — the formatting got jumbled several times as I copied and pasted. If you have any problems, let me know.


2 thoughts on “Books read in 2009

  1. Pingback: Favorite books read in 2009 « Stray Thoughts

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