RELATED TITLE UNIQUE SELLING POINTS GILEAD PUBLISHING: EVERGREEN FARM 978-1-68370-134-7 • $16.99 Paperback • 6 x 9 • 432 pages FICTION / Historical Rights: World April 17, 2018 Will the dam hold? Julie Wallace has always wanted to write. Trying to escape the Great Depression, Julie’s father buys The Alderton Sentinel, a small-town newspaper in flood-prone Alderton, Pennsylvania, and moves his family there. As flash floods ominously increase, Julie’s investigative reporting uncovers secrets that could endan- ger the entire community. Julie, the newspaper, and her family are thrown into a perilous standoff with the owners of the steel mills as they investigate the conditions of the steelworkers. Battle lines are drawn between the steel mill owners and their immigrant laborers. As The Alderton Sentinel and Julie take on a more aggressive role in reforming these conditions in their community, seething tensions come to a head. When a devastating tragedy follows a shocking revelation, Julie’s courage and strength are tested. Will truth and justice win, or will Julie lose everything she holds dear? Catherine Marshall (1914–1983), New York Times best-selling author of thirty books, is best known for her novel Christy, which captured the hearts of millions and became a popular CBS tele- vision series. She also shared the story of her husband, Peter Marshall, in A Man Called Peter. The film adaptation, an imme- diate box office hit, was nominated for an Academy Award. A decade after Peter’s untimely death, Catherine married Leonard LeSourd, executive editor of Guideposts. The writing team collab- orated on Christy and seventeen other books, often at their home on Evergreen Farm. Catherine’s career spanned four decades and thirty million readers. ISBN 978-1-68370-134-7 9 7 8 1 6 8 3 7 0 1 3 4 7 Julie Catherine Marshall Christy 978-1-68370-126-2 • $24.99 • Will appeal to millennials who care about social justice issues and putting faith in action • The only other novel besides Christy written by Catherine Marshall • Original release spent 16 weeks on the New York Times best-seller list Kregel Publications | 4 |