About

ELIZABETH MUSSER writes ‘entertainment with a soul’ from her writing chalet—tool shed—outside Lyon, France. Elizabeth’s highly acclaimed, best-selling novel, The Swan House, was named one of Amazon’s Top Christian Books of the Year and one of Georgia’s Top Ten Novels of the Past 100 Years (Georgia Backroads).

All of Elizabeth’s novels have been translated into multiple languages and have been international best-sellers. Two Destinies, the final novel in The Secrets of the Cross trilogy, was a finalist for the 2013 Christy Award. Her new novel, The Long Highway Home, has already been a bestseller in Europe and was a finalist for the Carol Awards.

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New Release!

The Promised Land

You’d be surprised at what can get through to you when everything else is taken away.

Four pilgrims on a journey toward change…

Available for your reading pleasure November 3rd, 2020.

Elizabeth Musser’s novel, The Promised Land, transported me on two very memorable journeys. First, I savored the sights, smells, and tastes of France as I hiked the Camino with her four unique characters. Second, was the touching journey of spiritual transformation these four pilgrims uncovered on their trek. So satisfying!

~ Lynn Austin, author of If I Were You

The Promised Land is a captivating tale of pilgrimage, not only along the rigorous way of the Camino, but through an equally rigorous exploration of the soul. Through the journeys of four broken and wounded pilgrims, Elizabeth Musser expertly navigates the complex landscape of captivity and loss, while pointing the way to redemption and hope.

~ Sharon Garlough Brown, Author of the Sensible Shoes Series

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Awards

The Swan House won the Illumination Book Awards for the Enduring Light Fiction category in 2021

The Promised Land was a finalist for the Selah Awards in 2021

The Long Highway Home was a finalist for both the Carol Awards and the Selah Awards in 2018

Two Destinies was a finalist for the Christy Award in 2013