In the final installment of the Freedom's Path trilogy, Miller opens the door to history and uncovers a mix of race relations, cultural differences, friendships and love. Matters of the heart shine through this story. As the pace gradually intensifies, the lives of various characters intertwine and display God's purpose for individuals and families alike. It's an enjoyable novel with a small-town feel.
Anger and fear collide when Truth Wyman learns of her husband's bid to run for state auditor. If he wins, they'll have to move far from family and friends. He does, and a series of events cause the pregnant Truth to devise a plan that will jeopardize her baby and cause a rift in her family. Can she trust God to take care of things? (BETHANY HOUSE, Nov., 384 pp., $12.99)