Friday, January 22, 2010

Summer 2010 Tyndale House fiction

Check out some of the Summer 2010 releases coming from Tyndale House. I can't believe I get to be at the same publisher as these authors! Aren't these some amazing covers? Which one grabs your attention?


























































8 comments:

WordVixen said...

I hate to say it, but they all kind of su... um, aren't interesting/intriguing.

Fatal Convictions isn't too bad, and it makes me think it might be a Middle East subject matter which does interest me. I loved Veiled Freedom. :-)

Sheree said...

The Last Operative and Fatal Convictions both look intriguing to me. I will have to add them to my to-read list.

Nadia said...

Fatal Convictions is the most eye-catching for me. It has that element of mystery that's intriguing. Congrats on your book!

Carol J. Garvin said...

I'd probably pick up Still House Pond first to read the blurb. The woman's demeanor makes me curious, plus I prefer the softer look compared to the hard, garish look of the others. I suppose it all depends on if one is looking for action or not.

goodnewscowboy said...

I am so reading "The Last Operative" the second I get my hands on it.

After "Riven", I'm really eager to see what Jerry has to say.

Plus, not to sound contrary or anything, but I think the cover is excellent.

Maybe it's a guy thing.

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KM said...

I like the Jerry B. Jenkins one. It looks James Bond-ish. lol

Koala Bear Writer said...

The Witness. I like the silhouettes on the cover. Also intrigued by the name, as I've heard Josh McDowell speak and seen lots of his nonfiction.