Rhiza Press

PO Box 1519
Capalaba BC Qld 4157

Website: www.rhizapress.com.au/

Member since 2009.


Back to Resolution

Rose Dee
Paperback & ebook, 238 pp., $14.99
Bay Anders is lost. She enjoys every privilege a wealthy upbringing affords, but the void in her soul refuses to be filled. Her mother’s dying revelation drives Bay to the brink of self-destruction, before a move to Australia changes everything. She embarks upon a search for her father that leads her to his island home, into a hazardous melting pot of hostile locals and a mystery – her father’s disappearance. The only person who can help her is a strong, self-assured and intensely magnetic man.

Fine Lines

Aliki Flodine
Paperback & Kindle, 146 pp., $14.99
Jesus said the truth will set you free (John 8:32). However, the line between truth and error can be deceptively fine-almost unperceivable. Fine Lines is Aliki’s response to meeting many weary Christians. It provides grace filled tools to combat spiritual discontent and disappointment, unlocking of the promise of truth setting us free.


Elva Schroeder
Paperback, 276 pp., $16.99
Cathy Gray an idealistic young missionary in Papua New Guinea faces tribal warfare, tortuous roads, fatal accidents and perhaps the most challenging aspect of Cathy’s new life was her growing relationship with an agnostic young Patrol Officer. Will Cathy have to choose between romance and God’s call over her life? Also available in Kindle edition.

Yellow Zone

Janelle G. Dyer
Paperback, 206 pp., $15.99
A coordinated terrorist attack destroys not only many great cities but the global economy. Political systems fall as the financial sector crumbles. What would you do without money? Without work? Without a government to provide social services? Would you speak up if ‘unproductive’ people were disappearing without a trace? It is decision time for Scott and Sally Ryan and their friends. Trapped in Yellow Zone, time is running out…

Ellenvale Gold

Amanda Deed
Paperback, 264 pp., $16.99
It is the time of Australia’s harsh rogue-filled goldrush of the 1850s when Miss Penelope Worthington suddenly finds herself orphaned, isolated and alone. With a large sheep station to run single-handedly, she has little option but to enlist the aid of a mysterious, but sinister stranger. But who is the more treacherous? Gus-the scruffy, trespassing, ex-convict who co-incidentally shows up looking for work just when she desperately needs a farmhand or Rupert-the handsome, wealthy neighbour who would willingly marry her at the drop of a hat and solve her apparent dilemma?

The Sinner’s Prayer: Its Origins and Dangers

David Malcolm Bennett
Paperback, 178 pp., $16.99
David Malcolm Bennett contrasts the Sinner’s Prayer method of evangelism with biblical evangelistic practices and teaching. Bennett suggests it is an unbiblical method—dangerous and far less successful than is usually claimed—and then promotes methods of evangelism that are in line with the teaching of Scripture.

Charlotte’s Angel

Carol Preston
Paperback, 256 pp., $16.99
With sadness and grief, joy and new birth, mystery, murder and romance the Douglass and Plumb families will intertwine over twenty years. Charlotte’s Angel continues the Douglass family saga begun in the much-loved Mary’s Guardian, set in the early colonial days of New South Wales.

Best Forgotten

Paula Vince
Paperback, 309 pp., $18.99
A young accident victim wakes up in hospital and can’t remember who he is. Why does he have nothing in common with his family? Why does he despise the person he was supposed to be? Why has his best friend disappeared without a trace? Is somebody after him? Paula Vince has woven elements of secrecy and suspense with her trademark warmth and compassion. Best Forgotten is an inspirational masterpiece you won’t forget.