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TheLandUnchartedeBookby Keely Brooke Keith


Book 1: The Land Uncharted


Lydia Colburn is a young physician dedicated to serving her village in the Land. When injured fighter pilot Connor Bradshaw’s parachute carries him from the war engulfing the 2025 world to her hidden land, his presence threatens her plans, her family, and the survival of her preindustrial society. As Connor searches for a way to return to his squadron, his fascination with life in the Land makes him protective of Lydia and her peaceful homeland, and Lydia’s attraction to Connor stirs desires she never anticipated. 

“An intriguing concept.”

“Ms. Keith has created a very believable world, The Land, in which the society is structured neatly; but not to be utopian or Pollyanna, evil lurks at the borders. A delightful read, The Land Uncharted pulled me easily in to the story line, and as I came to know the characters, I found myself rooting for them in their quests.”

“I love this enchanting story! It is so unique. I haven’t read anything like it before. Combine the “present” of 2025 with mid-19th century history. Mix in intrigue, suspense and romance. Add interesting and engaging characters. The result is a poignantly touching novel.”

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URebookBook 2: Uncharted Redemption


Breaking from the Land’s tradition, Levi Colburn begins to build his own house outside the village—across the road from Mandy Foster to be exact. Though he hopes to marry Mandy someday, she rejected him once and has been unattainable to every man in the village ever since. When rebels tear through Good Springs and abduct Mandy, it’s up to Levi to find her.

Driven to avoid the hour of hollow discontent that routinely plagues her at sundown, Mandy Foster has made choices she regrets. If anyone found out her secret, tradition dictates she would be shunned. She’s learned how to guard her heart, until she accepts the tender care of the one man who truly loves her. But if she admits her love for Levi, her secret could be exposed.

“The book is a wonderful combination of danger, suspense and romance and another beautiful story of finding forgiveness.”

“Wow, if anything, this is better than the first in the series. I felt right at home with the characters and really enjoyed finding out more about them and moving along in the story with them.”

“Author Keely Brooke Keith, has once again delivered a riveting tale of the Colburn family that is chopped full of danger, death, and love.”

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UIebookBook 3: Uncharted Inheritance


Bethany Colburn finally turns eighteen and Everett Foster is about to confess his love for her. When a new man arrives in the village of Good Springs, he brings charm Bethany has never encountered and illness the Land has never known. While the medicinal power of the gray leaf tree is put to the test and the Colburn family’s strength is stretched thin, Bethany must learn to protect her true inheritance. Uncharted Inheritance weaves heartbreak and hope while delivering long-awaited answers in this suspenseful story of life in a hidden land.

“This coming of age story drew me in from the beginning and compelled me to keep reading.”

“The author has combined romance, science fiction and faith to make a book that was a very enjoyable read.”

“I felt as though I was right there in the Land and part of the village. The tension was most believable and very well written.”

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CIR: What inspired this series?

KEITH: I’ve always loved maps. When I was a kid my Grandma saved National Geographic maps for me. I would paper my bedroom walls with those maps. I often stared at the wide blue swaths of ocean on the maps and wondered if there was really land there. Then as an adult, I researched my family history. Most of my ancestors moved west in the middle of the 19th Century. They traveled in groups like so many Americans at the time and it made me wonder: what if instead of going west a group of families wanted to find a whole new land and got on a ship. I wondered what that settlement would be like several generations later and decided to drop a modern man into the middle of it to find out.

CIR: What is your writing process like?

KEITH: Not only do I work on writing about 40-50 hours a week, I’m also a working musician, a homeschool mom, and I help my husband with his business, so I have pens and notebooks and sticky notes in every room of the house. When I get to sit at the computer, I compile all those notes and start writing. It took a few months of trying every day to be able to shift my focus from my other duties to my writing, but I’ve finally got the hang of it.

Learn more about Keely Brooke Keith and her writing at www.keelybrookekeith.com