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A sequel to THE SWAN HOUSE, set in present-day Atlanta.

The story of mother-daughter conflicts, reconcialiation and the healing power of love, The Dwelling Place introduces Ellie, Mary Swan's youngest, and most rebellious, daughter.  In a family of successes, she's the embarrassment, still defiantly refusing to color inside the lines...

A powerful novel of love, compassion and self-discovery, set in Atlanta in 1962.
Mary Swan Middleton has always taken for granted the advantages of her family's wealth.  But a tragedy that touches all of Atlanta sends her reeling in grief...  Getting past her grief would lead her across town--to a whole new world... 

In late 1961, as Algeria's war for independence from France is coming to a close, two crosses, symbolic of another time in history, draw together a host of characters in an unforgettable story of love and war, revenge and forgiveness...

When Gabriella Madison arrrives in the sleepy southern French village of Castelnau to study in an exchange program, her plans don't include falling in love or becoming involved in the Algerian War...
In March 1962, as the cease-fire takes effect in Algeria's war of independence, extraordinary circumstances force ordinary people to question their preconceived notions of faith, trust and control... 

Leaving behnd a man who haunts her memories an another who fills her dreams, Anne-Marie Duchemin flees to southern France to escape the escalating terror and bloodshed in Algeria...
1994.  In the south of France, a high school teacher, a homeless man and a young Algerian student newly converted to Christianity embark on a journey of faith which leads them into the midst of Algeria's civil war and into a war for their souls--a war that will force each one to choose between two cultures, two religions and two destinies.

It can take a lifetime to find what really matters...

  Following his father’s dubious disappearance, adolescent Emile de Bonnery is forced to leave his native France for Atlanta, Georgia.  As Emile searches for his missing father, he discovers culture shock, prejudice, espionage and eternity.  Set in Atlanta in 1964, the story also visits World War II Lyon and the French Resistance...
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Bethany House

De Groot (Dutch)

Johannis (German)

Lunde (Norwegian)

Vida (French)
Elizabeth's speaking engagements  and signings
Whose voice will she listen to? 

Lissa Randall’s future was bright with academic promise until the tragic accident that took her mother’s life—and brought her own plans to a screeching halt. Eighteen months later, she still can’t get back behind the wheel. A casual recommendation to Ev McAllistair’s driving school sets in motion a cascade of events . . . until Lissa begins to wonder if maybe, just maybe, life isn’t as random as she’s thought.
Set against the breathtaking backdrop of Lookout Mountain, TN, Words Unspoken weaves together a vibrant cast of characters whose intertwining stories of courage, choice, heartbreak, and hope will hold you captive until the final page.

Anne “Perri” Singleton’s world is defined by the security of family, the camaraderie of friends at an exclusive Atlanta girls’ school, and an enviable social life. She isn’t looking for new friends when Mary Dobbs Dillard arrives from Chicago. Besides, “Dobbs,” the passionate and fiercely individualistic daughter of an itinerant minister, is her opposite in every way.

But just as the Great Depression collides disastrously with Perri’s well-ordered life, friendship blossoms—a friendship that will be tested by jealousy, betrayal, and family secrets..

Coming June 2011!