Press Release 3/27/2017


3/27/2017 | Raleigh, NC


CzechMate fans discover a new adventure in BoliviaKnight

In the second installment of Felicia Bridges’ award-winning International Mission Force series, a new hero emerges as Peter Parkinson witnesses a murder putting his family in the sites of a drug smuggler and human trafficker. Pressure mounts as his parents plan to send him to the U.S. for college – away from the only home he’s known. When his frustration turns to rage, he discovers that the greatest enemy lurks within his own heart. Will he embrace forces darker than the enemy he’s battling in order to win or will he allow mercy to give him victory?

Once again, Bridges provides a compelling tale of action and suspense, woven with understanding of the culture and history of Bolivia. Early reviews give BoliviaKnight five stars, saying, “Author Felicia Bridges seems to know the minds of young adults, the craft of suspenseful writing, and the joys and perils of mission work in foreign countries, and she uses that understanding to deliver a plot in BoliviaKnight that is taut, thrilling, and relentless.” D.L. Koontz, author of The Crossings Trilogy. Vonda Skelton, founder of Christian Communicators, says, “Bridges is equally brave as she addresses the heavy topics of drug addiction and sex trafficking on the mission field of Santa Cruz, Bolivia.”

Bridges plans to celebrate the launch of her second novel with a book signing event at Sugar Magnolia Cafe and Emporium in downtown Wake Forest on April 8th, from 11am – 4pm. She’s also celebrating the launch of her website for the series at This site provides readers updates on news related to the series, but also connects real-life missionaries and gives them a place to share their stories.

Bridges began writing as an Army BRAT learning to enjoy life overseas. Her nomadic childhood created a passion for missions and travel that energizes her writing. As a pastor’s wife and mother of four, Bridges’ vision is to inspire the next generation to carry the gospel to all nations. The author has committed to giving ten percent of the profits from the series to missionaries in the countries depicted. Her blog focuses on living on mission wherever life’s adventure leads and can be found at:



Felicia Bowen Bridges


Represented by Julie Gwinn, The Seymour Agency