CrossReads Short Takes: The Miracles of Kingman State Prison & The Haberdasher’s Wife

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CrossReads Short Takes

The Miracles of Kingman State Prison

by Chaplain Paul Vescio

The Miracles of Kingman State Prison

Hebrews 11:1 Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. The Miracles of Kingman State Prison is my personal testimony of the incredible workings of God that I personally witnessed while I was an inmate at Kingman State Prison in Kingman Arizona from 2008 to 2010. The greatest miracle of all was the countless number of inmates who gave their lives to Christ while I was there. It is therefore my solemn prayer that this book will help lead many lost souls to Christ…John 3:16 John 14:27 My Website Address is





The Haberdasher’s Wife

(Daughters of the Rhine Book 1)

by Scott R. Rezer

The Haberdasher's Wife

1800—Überlingen, German States, Imperial Free City of the Holy Roman Empire.

Change is on the wind. A new century has begun and war with Napoleon Bonaparte continues to spread like wildfire, while the Enlightenment quietly breaks down traditional barriers of class, education, and the arts, in the last holdouts of Absolutism in the old German States.

For Josefa von Bandel, a nobleman’s daughter, her life on the quiet shores of the Bodensee is caught up in the dramatic changes sweeping across Europe—and in her own troubled life. She is young and beautiful and willfully stubborn. She risked her reputation for a scandalous affair—but will she sacrifice everything else for love?


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