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Fiction

There's nothing like a great story to thrill your heart and speak to your soul. The power of narrative can move you the way nothing else can. That's why we offer Christian novels and other fictional literature at Moody Publishers. We have powerful writers like Tessa Afshar, Jocelyn Green, Wendy Lawton, Amanda Cleary Eastep, Lois Walfrid Johnson, and Patricia St. John. And we even have a beautiful illustrated version of the classic tale Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan. Let your next great story come from Moody Publishers—and let yourself be swept up into a Christian adventure!

Antiochus

Antiochus

Imagines the life of an important evil figure in biblical prophecy.
eBook $0.99
Little Mission on the Clearwater

Little Mission on the Clearwater

In 1847, Eliza Spalding shares Jesus with the Indians and trusts God in a terrible ordeal.
Paperback $8.99
The Captive Princess

The Captive Princess

Pocahontas befriends a group of English settlers and offers her life to save one of them.
Paperback $8.99
The Hallelujah Lass

The Hallelujah Lass

The true story of Eliza Shirley, who pioneered the work of the Salvation Army.
Paperback $8.99
Almost Home

Almost Home

The amazing journey of Mary Chilton to America on the Mayflower. For young readers.
Paperback $8.99
Ransom's Mark

Ransom's Mark

Pioneer girl Olive Oatman is captured by the Mohaves but experiences God's ransom.
Paperback $8.99
Shadow of His Hand

Shadow of His Hand

A Jewish Christian girl faces Nazi persecution and trusts God in the worst of times.
Paperback $8.99
Courage to Run

Courage to Run

The story of Harriet Tubman, who would help lead more than 300 slaves to freedom.
Paperback $8.99
The Tinker's Daughter

The Tinker's Daughter

Only when blind Mary admits she needs help does she tap into the Source of all strength.
Paperback $8.99
Freedom's Pen

Freedom's Pen

Tells the story of young Phillis Wheatley, the first African American to publish a book.
Paperback $8.99