Jenny’s Dream by Linda Weaver Clarke

Title: Jenny’s Dream

Author: Linda Weaver Clarke

Publisher: American Book Publishing

Release Date: December 1, 2008

ISBN: 978-1589824461

Size: 280 pages, softcover

Genre: Historical Romance

When Jenny Roberts arrives home from college in the summer of 1908, she yearns to escape her small hometown of Paris, Idaho, and accomplish something remarkable in the world. She develops a promising friendship with Will Jones, a young farmer who is new to the area and has secretly fallen in love with her. Meanwhile, her father, Gilbert, attempts to catch a legendary giant grizzly bear that has devastated the community with its haunting elusiveness and slaughter of the local sheep.

In the third installment of A Family Saga in Bear Lake Valley series, Jenny finds herself in the middle of drama, adventure, and romance as she struggles to gain the power of forgiveness and the ability to face new possibilities.

Stonefather by Orson Scott Card

Title: Stonefather

Author: Orson Scott Card

Publisher: Subterranean Press

Release Date: October 31, 2008

ISBN: 978-1596061941

Size: 112 pages, Hardcover

Genre: Speculative

Novella length; not eligible for Whitney Award.

When Runnel leaves his mountain valley to head for the great city of the water mages, he has no idea of his own magical talents. But he soon finds that without meaning to, he complicates and then endangers the lives of everyone he comes to know and care about. For when it comes to magic, there are rules and laws, and the untrained mage-to-be must be careful not to tap into deep forces and ancient enmities. Other people might end up paying the price for his mistakes.

The Spirit of Christmas by Hansen, Green & Bell

Title: The Spirit of Christmas

Author: Jennie Hansen, Betsy Brannon Green, Michele Ashman Bell

Publisher: Covenant Communications, Inc.

Release Date: November 2008

ISBN: 978-1598115811

Size: 5×8, softcover

Genre: Christmas

Not eligible for a Whitney award.

Rekindle the spirit of Christmas with this touching trio of timeless stories told by some of the finest LDS storytellers — each with a heartwarming message for the Season.

Will Sophie really be able to get what she needs by spending the holidays alone? Will Miss Eugenia be able to give a struggling family the Christmas they want? Has five-year-old Janie’s visit from Santa really been canceled because she was bad?

Take a journey into the minds and hearts of three engaging characters who each need to believe in their version of Christmas — and discover that believing in people is what the spirit of Christmas is all about. A perfect assortment for sharing and celebrating the holiday season.

Abinadi by H.B. Moore

Title: Abinadi

Author: H.B. Moore

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: November, 2008

ISBN: 978-1598116557

Size: Softcover

Genre: Historical Fiction

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Raquel has a secret. As the daughter of one of King Noah’s priests, she enjoys a luxurious life and the admiration of powerful men. But her heart belongs to a commoner, a man with no earthly wealth but rich heavenly gifts. When King Noah demands that Raquel join his harem, she flees the only life she has known and marries her secret love. His name is Abinadi.

The couple finds abundant joy in their community of believers and in their firstborn son. But when the Lord calls Abinadi as His prophet, their faith is tested to the outermost limits. Abinadi’s commitment to the Lord requires them both to give their all—even unto death. Yet if Alma, the newest priest in King Noah’s court, chooses to overcome his troubled past and cleave unto the truth, their sacrifice may yield rich fruit.

With vivid detail and poignant emotion, this historical novel pulls readers into a fiery tale of love, courage, and faith that is difficult to put down and impossible to forget.

Seven Sisters: The Voyage by Carolyn Hart Bennett

Title: Seven Sisters: The Voyage

Author: Carolyn Hart Bennett

Publisher: iUniverse

Release Date: November 13, 2008

ISBN: 978-0595522422

Size: 232 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Middle Grade Historical

The early Mormon Church was forced out of several states and finally blazed a trail across unknown territory to Utah to form their own theocracy. In addition to this westward movement, converts in Europe were admonished to “gather to Zion” and build up the Church in the Salt Lake Valley.

85,000 Mormon emigrants came to America by sailing ships between the years of 1840 and 1890. Seven Sisters takes place on one of these ships—the Amazon.

Carrying 800 Latter-day Saints, it had a send off from Charles Dickens at the London Docks and landed in New York City a couple of days after the deadliest riot in American History-the Draft Riots of 1863.

During the 44 day crossing, there are births, deaths, storms, sea-sickness, accidents, drama, humor, romance, and pure religion.

All of this is seen through the eyes of seven single young women who start out the voyage individually and are soon placed together as a “family” by Church leaders. Although, they aren’t related as such, they are “sisters” in the Gospel, and together they face the adventures, hardships, and dangers of an ocean voyage.

Life in the Pit by Kristen Landon

Title: Life in the Pit

Author: Kristen Landon

Publisher: Blooming Tree Press

Release Date: November 15, 2008

ISBN: 978-1933831084

Size: 248 pages, hardcover

Genre: Young Adult

Plain, normal Brittany has always lived in the shadow of her beautiful, popular friend Amanda. Amanda has a new boyfriend every week; Brittany doesn’t date. Amanda is the star of the school musical; Brittany watches from behind her cello in the orchestra pit. But then, the hot lead in the play starts showing an interest in Brittany and not because she’s Amanda s best friend. At the same time, Amanda and Brittany both get threatening anonymous letters. Brittany doesn’t know what to do: a guy likes her, and she and Amanda are in danger. Has the world gone insane?

Ender in Exile by Orson Scott Card

Title: Ender In Exile

Author: Orson Scott Card

Publisher: Tor Books

Release Date: November 11, 2008

ISBN: 978-0765304964

Size: 384 pages, Hardcover

Genre: Speculative, Science Fiction

Series: Ender’s Game, Speaker for the Dead, Xenocide, Children of the Mind, A War of Gifts

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At the close of Ender’s Game, Andrew Wiggin – called Ender by everyone – is told that he can no longer live on Earth, and he realizes that this is the truth. He has become far more than just a boy who won a game: he is the Savior of Earth, a hero, a military genius whose allegiance is sought by every nation of the newly shattered Earth Hegemony. He is offered the choice of living in isolation on Eros, at one of the Hegemony’s training facilities, but instead the twelve-year-old chooses to leave his home world and begin the long relativistic journey out to the colonies. With him went his sister Valentine, and the core of the artificial intelligence that would become Jane.

The story of those years has never been told… until now.

Love Me by Marcia Lynn McClure

Title: Love Me

Author: Marcia Lynn McClure

Publisher: Distractions Inc

Release Date: November 8, 2008

ISBN: 978-0982192122

Size: 248 pages, 5×8, softcover

Genre: Romance

She had always loved him…forever it seemed she had loved him. Yet, when so many others loved him, too—what hope did she have of owning his love in return?

Jacey Whittaker couldn’t remember a time when she hadn’t loved Scott Pendleton, the boy next door. She couldn’t remember a time when Scott hadn’t been in her life, in her heart. Yet, Scott was every other girl’s dream, too. How could Jacey possibly hope to win such a prize—the attention, the affections, the very heart of such a sought after young man?

Yet, win him she did! He became the bliss of her youthful heart—at least for a time. Still, some dreams live fulfilled and some are lost. Loss changes the very soul of a being. Jacey wondered if her soul would ever rebound. Certainly, she went on, lived a happy life, if not so full and perfectly happy a life as she once lived. Yet, she feared she would never recover—never get over Scott Pendleton, her first love. Until the day a man walked into her apartment and into her heart. Would this man be the one to heal her broken heart? Would this man be her one true love?

Seeking Persephone by Sarah M. Eden

Title: Seeking Persephone

Author: Sarah M. Eden

Publisher: Create Space

Release Date: November 7, 2008

ISBN: 978-1440454295

Size: 246 pages, 5×8, softcover

Genre: Romance

The Duke of Kielder has more influence than Parliament, higher social standing than the Royal Family. No gentleman dares face him on the dueling field, nor risks testing his infamous temper. But His Grace is in need of a wife. Combine his fearsome reputation with a terribly scarred countenance and finding a lady willing to accept his hand becomes all-but impossible. When the Duke manages to secure a bride through a bit of trickery and an obscene amount of money, he is certain his problems are behind him. Except his purchased bride proves to be nothing like he expected. What is a man like the Duke to do with a bride who is gentle, loving and absolutely impossible to live without?

Dragonlance: The Survivors by Dan Willis

Title: Dragonlance: The Survivors

Author: Dan Willis, Tracy Hickman

Publisher: Wizards of the Coast

Release Date: November 4, 2008

ISBN: 978-0786947232

Size: 320 pages, 4×7, Softcover

Genre: YA Fantasy

There are many stories in Krynn–and history is watching.

The Journeyman is charged to use the ancient Anvil of Time to travel back along the river of time and find the lost stories that fell between the pages of the history books.

He finds Bradok Axeblade. A chance meeting in a pub turns into a dire warning of impending apocalypse, and Bradok and a determined band of dwarves must brave the dark of the underworld, facing strange new dangers and horrors long hidden from the light. Hunger, fatigue, betrayal, and death await them, all in their quest to find safety in an alien environment – the surface world.

Tracy Hickman Presents the Anvil of Time is the series title for the stand-alone biographies of several of the most important characters in the Dragonlance world.

Alcatraz vs the Scrivener’s Bones by Brandon Sanderson

Title: Alcatraz vs the Scrivener’s Bones

Author: Brandon Sanderson

Publisher: Scholastic Press

Release Date: November 1, 2008

ISBN: 978-0439925532

Size: 336 pages, Hardcover

Genre: Middle Grade Fantasy

The Evil Librarians are still up to their antics and it’s up to Alcatraz Smedry to put a stop to it! This second book will take Alcatraz and company on an exploration of the Library of Alexandria, which—despite Librarian rumors—was never destroyed. It is a mysterious place and everyone knows that it holds dark secrets. Can Alcatraz, with his talent for breaking things, break into this secret world? Or will the Evil Librarians once again prevail?

Clear as the Moon (vol. 6) by Chris Stewart

Title: The Great and Terrible: Clear as the Moon (Vol. 6)

Author: Chris Stewart

Publisher: Deseret Book

Release Date: November 4, 2008

ISBN: 978-1590389942

Size: 352 pages, hardcover

Genre: Speculative

Series: Prologue, The Brothers (vol.1), Where Angels Fall (vol. 2), The Second Sun (vol. 3), Fury and Light (vol. 4), From the End of Heaven (vol.5)


“We have this one chance,” Brucius told Sam. “If you can get him, if you can locate and extricate King Abdullah, then we can punish him. Justice will be served. We could stop the final world war. Find him, we’ll try him and hang him. Don’t, and we’ll have to retaliate.”

The United States, stunned by the nuclear detonation in Washington, D.C., and further crippled by the EMP attack on the whole country, is on the brink of destruction. The unscrupulous leaders who have banded together to toss out the Constitution and divide the ruling of the world between themselves have all but achieved their objective.

But they haven’t factored in one thing. They haven’t considered the chance, however slight, that good people remain who will continue standing up for what they believe in. A daring plot to reinstate Brucius Marino to his rightful position as president of the United States, with an even more audacious plan to bring King Abdullah to justice—everything hinges on the courage and skill of Sara and Sam Brighton and their friends. The thrilling conclusion to The Great and Terrible series will keep you riveted to the very end!

Taking Chances by Shannon Guymon

Title: Taking Chances

Author: Shannon Guymon

Publisher: Cedar Fort

Release Date: October, 2008

ISBN: 978-1-59955-205-7

Size: 224 pages, 6×9 softcover

Genre: Romance

Meet Maggie Tierney, a lighthearted, kind, free spirit who has a lot to be happy about: at 24, she is independent, successful, a wealthy artist, and she’s just inherited a home in beautiful Alpine, Utah, the place where her mother, Lisa, grew up. However, her excitement is colored by the reality that Maggie has never been to Alpine, and that this home was left to her by her estranged great-grandmother, a woman Maggie never met. As Maggie makes the move from St. George to Alpine, she is haunted by her mother’s past: a childhood filled with the misery and despair of childhood sexual abuse. However, she is determined to make amends with the relatives she’s never met and help heal her mom’s childhood wounds.

Armed with Propels, Doritos, and her favorite easel, Maggie dives into Alpine life, ready to make it her home. Despite being 24 and only having had one serious boyfriend in her life, Maggie quickly attracts the attention of Luke Petersen, a man dealing with the death of his fiancé but in need of a friend, and maybe more . . .

Between battling Luke’s jealous admirers and quelling the gossip always present in any small town, Maggie has to muster all of her courage and black belt skills in Jujitsu to come to terms with her mother’s past, overcome her own fears, and jump into a relationship with unknown but exciting prospects.

Grace by Richard Paul Evans

Title: Grace

Author: Richard Paul Evans

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Release Date: October 7, 2008

ISBN: 978-1416550037

Size: 336 pages, 5×7″, Hardcover

Genre: General, Christmas

She was my first kiss. My first love. She was a little match girl who could see the future in the flame of a candle. She was a runaway who taught me more about life than anyone has before or since. And when she was gone my innocence left with her.

As I begin to write, a part of me feels as if I am awakening something best left dead and buried, or at least buried. We can bury the past, but it never really dies. The experience of that winter has grown on my soul like ivy climbing the outside of a home, growing until it begins to tear and tug at the brick and mortar.

I pray I can still get the story right. My memory, like my eyesight, has waned with age. Still, there are things that become clearer to me as I grow older. This much I know: too many things were kept secret in those days. Things that never should have been hidden. And things that should have.

The Clone Elite by Steven L. Kent

Title: The Clone Elite

Author: Stephen L. Kent

Publisher: Ace

Release Date: October 28, 2008

ISBN: 978-0441016082

Size: 384 pages, Softcover

Genre: Speculative, Science Fiction

Series: The Clone Republic, Rogue Clone, The Clone Alliance

2514 A.D.: An unstoppable alien force is advancing on Earth, wiping out the Unified Authority’s colonies one by one. It’s up to Wayson Harris, an outlawed model of a clone, and his men to make a last stand on the planet of New Copenhagen, where they must win the battle and the war—or lose all.

Reunion by Allyson B. Condie

Title: Reunion

Author: Allyson B. Condie

Publisher: Deseret Book

Release Date: October 13, 2008

ISBN: 978-1590389898

Size: 224 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Contemporary Young Adult Romance

Series: Yearbook, First Day

The final book in the Yearbook Trilogy.

Addie Sherman isn’t popular, she’s not exuberant, and she’s not known as the class clown. She’s just Addie, a high school junior who is convinced that she has nothing in common with the rest of her outgoing family, including her brother Dave. When Dave’s wife, Avery, needs help during a difficult pregnancy, Dave calls on Addie. Addie has to hide her resentment over having to help her sister- in- law when there are plenty of things going on in her own life that need her attention.

Sam Choi is one of Addie’s best friends, and he has a few secrets of his own. He doesn’t want to go on a mission, and he’s not sure how to break the news to his parents.

Cate Giovanni is a freshman in college, and enjoying the chance to reinvent herself and leave her high school years behind. As she makes new friends and encounters new people, she also can’t help but think about someone she left behind.

Reunion, the final book in the Yearbook trilogy, is a novel about the journeys home that become possible after you’ve discovered more about yourself.

Above and Beyond by Betsy Brannon Green

Title: Above and Beyond

Author: Betsy Brannon Green

Publisher: Covenant Communications, Inc.

Release Date:


Size: 6×9, softcover

Genre: Suspense

Series: Hazardous Duty

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Now that Savannah has her daughter, Caroline, back after a frightening abduction, life seems calmer. But that serenity comes to an abrupt end when twenty-year-old Rosemary Allen pleads for Savannah’s help after running away from her dangerously controlling father. But her father isn’t just anyone—he’s Mario Ferrante, the criminal mastermind who oversaw Caroline’s kidnapping. Rosemary and her husband had planned to escape from Ferrante’s house together, but the plan was foiled and Rosemary had to escape alone. Now she is begging Savannah to help keep her safe and rescue her husband.

She knows it’s risky, but Savannah can’t resist taking on the challenge. And she knows one person who is just crazy enough to take it on with her—Major Christopher Dane. Savannah just hopes he won’t be able to see through her feigned indifference to him and discover her desperate desire to be reunited with him, even if it requires both of them to put their lives in danger . . . again. Savannah entreats the help of Dane and his team, and after some convincing, they all agree to take the assignment.

Will the team’s undercover plots to beat Ferrante at his own game be enough to win against such a cunning criminal? Will Savannah be able to withstand her resurfacing nightmares when Caroline’s safety is in great danger once again? And will she ever have reason to hope that Dane could someday let her into his complicated life?

The Indigo King by James A Owen

Title: The Indigo King (Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica)

Author: James A. Owen

Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing

Release Date: October 21, 2008

ISBN: 978-1416951070

Size: 384 pages, Hardcover

Genre: YA Fantasy

Series: Here There Be Dragons (v. 1), The Search for the Red Dragon (v. 2)

“Answer the question unanswered for more than two millennia, and perhaps you may yet restore the world.”

On a September evening in 1931, John and Jack, two of the Caretakers of the Imaginarium Geographica, discover a cryptic warning on a medieval manuscript—which is not only addressed to them but seems to have been written by their friend, Hugo Dyson! But before they can discover the origin of the strange book, Hugo walks through a door in time—and vanishes into the past.

And in that moment, the world begins to change.

The Frontier, which separates our world from the Archipelago of Dreams, has fallen. Dark and terrible beasts roam throughout England. No one can be summoned from the Archipelago. And both worlds have fallen into darkness under the reign of a cruel and terrible king.

The only hope to restore the proper order of things lies on a forgotten island at the edge of the Archipelago, where a time travel device left by Jules Verne must be used to race through history itself—from the Bronze Age to ancient Alexandria and the founding of the Silver Throne—in one night. And in that single night, John and Jack will find that the only way to save their friend and stop the chaos destroying the world is to solve a 2,000-year-old mystery: Who is the Cartographer?

Dusty Britches by Marcia Lynn McClure

Title: Dusty Britches

Author: Marcia Lynn McClure

Publisher: Distractions Inc

Release Date: October 20, 2008

ISBN: 978-0982192108

Size: 312 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Romance

Dusty’s heart panged a twinge when she saw the bull whip strapped to the saddle of one of the horses tied to the corral fence. “Why today?” she wondered. Why was her memory tarrying on that young cowhand from five years ago?

“Well…now,” a deep, masculine voice said from behind her, “if it ain’t Miss Dusty Britches!”

Dusty felt the color drain from her face, felt the blood seem to drain from the rest of her body and puddle in her feet. She felt dizzy and nauseated all at once. There was only one person on the whole of the earth who ever called her Dusty Britches, and that was the cowboy who gave her the nickname in the first place.

Dusty slowly turned around to see standing before her a man whose eyes were those belonging to a boy she’d once known—a boy who had grown into a man.

Angelina Hunter was seriously minded—and it was a good thing. Her father’s ranch needed a woman who could endure the strenuous work of ranch life. Since her mother’s death, Angelina had been that woman. She had no time for frivolity; no time for a less severe side of life. Not when there was so much to be done—hired hands to feed, a widower father to care for and an often ridiculously light-hearted younger sister to worry about.

No. Angelina Hunter had no time for the things most young women her age enjoyed. And yet, Angelina had not always been so hardened. There had been a time when she boasted a fun, flirtatious nature even more delightful than her sister Becca’s—a time when her imagination soared with adventurous, romantic dreams. But that all ended years before at the hand of one man.

Her heart turned to stone, safely becoming void of any emotion save impatience and indifference. Until the day her dreams returned, the day that the very maker of her broken heart rode back into her life. As the dust settled from the cattle drive that brought him back, would Angelina’s heart be softened? Would she learn to hope again? Would her long-lost dreams become a blessed reality?

Promises to Keep: Diane’s Story by Dean Hughes

Title: Promises to Keep

Author: Dean Hughes

Publisher: Deseret Book

Release Date: October 1, 2008

ISBN: 978-1590389874

Size: 240 pages, 6×9″ Softcover

Genre: General

In Dean Hughes’s Hearts of the Children series, Diane left her abusive husband, Greg, to protect herself and their daughter, Jenny. At book signings and speaking events, the question Dean hears more than any other is, “What happened to Diane?”

Promises to Keep picks up Diane’s story years later. Diane is a single mom in her late thirties now, and Jenny is about to turn sixteen. Like most teenagers, Jenny is seeking her independence, and she and Diane are feeling tension in their relationship. Greg seems to offer Jenny the freedom she desires, and she keeps threatening to go live with him, causing Diane to look at the meaning of her own life. She has met Spencer, a man she is willing to consider marrying, but the complications in both families make such a marriage seem impossible. In which direction does happiness lie—or can Diane find it within herself?

Royal Target by Traci Hunter Abramson

Title: Royal Target

Author: Traci Hunter Abramson

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: October, 2008

ISBN: 978-1-59811-628-1

Size: 257 pages, 6×9″ Softcover

Genre: Suspense

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When CIA agent Janessa Rogers meets the royal family of Meridia on assignment, she expects to use her skills in linguistics and security detail to protect and serve, but she doesn’t expect to find herself engaged to Prince Garrett Fortier, Meridia’s most eligible bachelor, as part of the security plan. And she certainly doesn’t expect to fall in love with him. Janessa resists her feelings, fearing conflicts in her personal and professional life, yet when the Prince admits his feigned affection has become genuine she can no longer pretend. Matters of security, society, and spirituality make their unlikely romance even more complex, and escalating political intrigue gives Janessa an excuse to ignore the questions in her heart. But when a terrorist plot against the royal family endangers them both, Janessa and Garrett must face the challenges of loyalty to family, to country, to God—and to love.

The Hero of Ages (Mistborn #3) by Brandon Sanderson

Title: The Hero of Ages (Mistborn vol. 3)

Author: Brandon Sanderson

Publisher: Tor Books

Release Date: October 14, 2008

ISBN: 978-0765316899

Size: 576 pages, hardcover

Genre: Fantasy

Series: Mistborn (vol. 1), The Well of Ascension (vol. 2)

Who is the Hero of Ages?

To end the Final Empire and restore freedom, Vin killed the Lord Ruler. But as a result, the Deepness—the lethal form of the ubiquitous mists—is back, along with increasingly heavy ashfalls and ever more powerful earthquakes. Humanity appears to be doomed.

Having escaped death at the climax of The Well of Ascension only by becoming a Mistborn himself, Emperor Elend Venture hopes to find clues left behind by the Lord Ruler that will allow him to save the world. Vin is consumed with guilt at having been tricked into releasing the mystic force known as Ruin from the Well. Ruin wants to end the world, and its near omniscience and ability to warp reality make stopping it seem impossible. She can’t even discuss it with Elend lest Ruin learn their plans!

The conclusion of the Mistborn trilogy fulfills all the promise of the first two books. Revelations abound, connections rooted in early chapters of the series click into place, and surprises, as satisfying as they are stunning, blossom like fireworks to dazzle and delight. It all leads up to a finale unmatched for originality and audacity that will leave readers rubbing their eyes in wonder, as if awaking from an amazing dream.

Easterfield by Anna Jones Buttimore

Title: Easterfield

Author: Anna Jones Buttimore

Publisher: Leatherwood Press

Release Date: November, 2008

ISBN: 978-1599921266

Size: 300 pages, Softcover

Genre: Historical Romance

Lancashire, England, 1850: When Mr. Wilson, a Mormon missionary, arrives in the rural town of Easterfield, Catherine Waters finds herself intrigued by both the message he brings and his relationship to her reclusive and aristocratic neighbour. Through Mr. Wilson, Catherine is drawn into the strange world of Easterfield Hall, where both her cousin and sister find forbidden love, and Catherine uncovers secrets that change her entire outlook on their peaceful life. After Mr. Wilson is called back to Utah, the dashing Dr. Davenport is on hand to offer love, security, and help in piecing together Catherine’s fragmenting life. As she experiences gut-wrenching fear, hopeless love, and the loss of all she once thought important, she learns that the things that really matter are eternal.

Isabelle Webb: Legend of the Jewel by N.C. Allen

Title: Isabelle Webb: Legend of the Jewel

Author: N.C. Allen

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: October, 2008


Size: 6×9 softcover

Genre: Suspense

Former Pinkerton spy Isabelle Webb needs a vacation. The broken leg she suffered while trying to warn President Lincoln of his impending assassination has mended a little, but her grief over his death has not. She and her young charge, Sally Rhodes, have an open itinerary when they board a steamer ship to Bombay. But upon meeting Utah blacksmith James Ashby, the two women opt to join the search for his younger brother Phillip, who’s traveling abroad with the ill-reputed Thaddeus Sparks in search of a mystical treasure.

Upon arrival in India, other passengers are also interested in taking up the search. But the seeming good will of some soon turns dark on the streets of Bombay. As murder and kidnapping tears the group apart, James and Isabelle race to uncover the hidden motives and harrowing connections that threaten not only Phillip’s life, but also their own.