Things are not as they appear in Michael Morris’s novel Man in the Blue Moon (Tyndale, $19.99). Set in hardscrabble Florida during World War I, a woman trusts a mysterious man who offers to help her save her land and her family. “Morris’s narrative is subtle and supple, with overtones of the wry Southernisms of Flannery O’Connor . . .”—Publishers Weekly. Morris is a fifth generation Floridian and the author of the award winning novel, A Place Called Wiregrass, and Slow Way Home.