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Gate of His Enemies
This is the second book in a historical series written by a well-known Christian author of fiction. Centered around the events that started the American Civil War, the book focuses on the lives and struggles of relations who live in the North and the South. There are detailed descriptions of field battles, romance between young adults and teens, and spiritual transformations....
The Gentle Rebel
Nathan Winslow fights over a lady with his cousin. Both of them end up not marrying her. Nathan at first is a Tory during America's war for Independence. He then becomes a Patriot. He hires a boy to work for him, but finds out (after a very long time) that it's a girl dressed up as a boy. He gets really mad, and neglects the girl....
The Gypsy Moon
Fifteen-year-old Gabrielle Winslow goes on her first date. When Greg takes her to Lover's Grove, they meet a bunch of gypsys. One tells her that she's going to soon go through a dark time but not to lose hope and gives her a necklace to remember the promise. Soon after, she loses her loving parents to a shipwreck. The emotional blow nearly destroys the young woman, but her dear Aunt Liza and Uncle Dalton Burke are there for her. The dutch couple rai...
The Honorable Imposter
The Honorable Imposter is the first book of the House of Winslow Series, and it tells the history of the coming of the Pilgrims to the New World. After being hired to find and turn in William Brewster, leader of the Puritans, Gilbert Winslow finds it impossible to turn in the man he has grown to love. He then finds himself unwillingly on the Mayflower headed toward the New World. After running from God, Gilbert finally finds the peace that only God can g...
The Indentured Heart
This is the third book in the House of Winslow series. Morris' "The Indentured Heart" spans the Atlantic Ocean to America to England and then back. The main character is Adam Winslow. The book begins with him as a young boy and then follows him through adulthood and beyond. He is portrayed as a man searching for something. His searching leads him to Enlgand and to Molly Burns, a young girl who has been enslaved in poverty all her life. She has lived a ha...
The Pilgrim Song
Lewis Winslow has heavily invested in the stock market, but the crash of '29 leaves him a pauper. His daughter, Hannah Winslow, by all accounts a reclusive young woman, finds a deed to some property her mother's family owns. With the help of Clinton Longstreet, the Winslows make their way from NYC down to rural Ga. Can they learn to adjust to country life? Kat Winslow, at 13, adjusts best to these new life conditions. However, her sisters, Jenny a...
The Shining Badge
Jennifer Winslow was once a spoiled New York socialite -- until the crash of 1929 forced her family to move to a small farm in Georgia. She is adjusting to her tough rural life when, through a series of startling events, she finds herself running for county sheriff. Jenny soon discovers fierce enemies among the local moonshiners, who are in league with big-city gangsters. But even many law-abiding citizens scoff at the idea of a female sheriff. Among her...
The Silent Harp
Bethany House, Oct 2004, 12.99, 320 pp. ISBN: 0764227610 During World War I wealthy Sharon Winslow believes she has met the love of her life, Buffalo's Robert Tyson, while both try out for parts in an opera. Though her parents are a bit disappointed that she chose someone from the working class, they love and support Sharon's choice. The lovebirds become engaged, but agree to hold off on marriage and the conjugal bed until he returns from the w...
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