Reverend Alvin Flatt has something that New Orleans' most notorious mobster wants, but he's not about to give it up without the fight of his life. In the good pastor's mind, there is no room for compromise or negotiation: he knows what God has told him, and with private investigators Dani Ross and Ben Savage helping him, he is sure God's plan will prevail.
"bad Christian fiction"
It is Autumn of 1936…With most of their Louisiana plantation sold off to survive The Great Depression, 18-year-old Lanie Freeman and her sister Maeva struggle to reunite their family. Fourth book of the Singing River Series.
"Couldn't Stand for Story to end."
Twenty-four-year-old Cheney Duvall believes she will be taken seriously once she finishes medical school. Months later, however, she still is without a position; no one wants to consult a woman doctor. When she hears of a shipload of hopeful brides-to-be bound for Seattle, however, her luck changes. The ship's authorities are eager to have a woman physician on board. But once Cheney meets the 100 women - and her disturbing male nurse assistant - she fears she has gotten in way over her head.
"I don't like "Christian" fiction."
Gilbert Morris has written more than 80 inspiring novels, many of them best sellers. In this epic work, he and his co-authors use Biblical truth and powerful allegory to offer a new way of thinking about the end times.In the year 2050, the U.S. government rules that humanity is nature’s worst enemy and herds all of its citizens into a few overcrowded cities. An insidious new version of Germany’s Third Reich, led by an indestructible madman, infiltrates the White House and uses an electricity-eating virus to plunge the nation into darkness.
"End of sorrows!"
As in The Stars for a Light, Dr. Cheney Duvall struggles against traditional values while seeking to establish her own identity. Much to her parents’ dismay, Cheney and her male nurse, Shiloh Irons, decide to take their medical skills to an Ozark Mountain settlement in Arkansas. An old friend of Cheney’s is pregnant, and the small town has no doctor. . But the mountain people - who are uneducated, superstitious, and resistant to science - hesitate to accept an outsider....
"Excellent Historical Fiction!!!!"
This thrilling adventure takes listeners into the most compelling frontier: the human heart. By 1866, Dr. Cheney Duvall has had her fill of places where people distrust her skills simply because she is a woman. So she and her assistant, Shiloh Irons, return to Cheney's home in New York City, where Cheney can set up practice among "respectable" folks. But an outbreak of cholera has Cheney questioning her decision and looking to God to find out how she can best use her talents.
"not so good"
Gervase Howard is in her mid-teens when her working-class mother dies and she must go to live with relatives in service to a wealthy, noble family, outside of London. While learning various jobs, she is drawn to the eldest son, Davis. Her fascination with him grows deeper, but more hopeless, since the two are separated not just by class, but also by Davis's love for Roberta. When Davis announces his engagement, he asks Gervase to join them as Roberta's maid. But instead Gervase becomes a companion to Florence Nightingale and accompanies her when the Crimean War breaks out....
"Always enjoy Gilbert Morris-Great historical fict."
The fourth installment of the continuing saga of Cheney Duvall finds the doctor and her dedicated nurse Shiloh Irons on the way to New Orleans. When they make a stop in Charleston, South Carolina, they are unprepared for the turmoil they find around them. Intending to stay for only a short visit, the intrepid pair find the grand old city in the throes of Reconstruction.
The theater is Jonathan Ainsley's life. Yet if this latest play isn't a smash, it may be his final production - a finale someone wants very much to see. But Jonathan won't be deterred by threats: the show simply must go on! A fan of Jonathan's since his award-winning performance, Dani Ross is shocked when he enters her office and overwhelmed when she hears his request.
"Great Gilbert Morris read"
In the midst of the Great Depression, seventeen-year-old Lanie Freeman hopes to keep her family together, become a writer, and find love. But an unexpected health crisis and a devastating town scandal leave the Freeman family reeling. Will their faith uphold them as they struggle to survive?
"it is a really well told story"
As the year 1928 begins, 14-year-old Lanie Belle Freeman of Fairhope, Arkansas, has bright hopes for the future. Her father has launched a new business, and her mother is expecting her fifth baby. Lanie has dreams of going to college and being a writer. Then tragedy strikes.
Young Noah has found life good and wholesome, until he steps outside his village and discovers a world of temptation. Drawn by a beautiful woman, yet repulsed by the pagan practices of her tribe's dark worship, his inner struggle keeps him in torment.
He is a young Welshman who forsook the family shipbuilding business to study medicine... until, poised at the brink of a brilliant career, tragedy broke his heart and shattered his dreams. She is a daughter of London's inner city, a woman-child weaned on life's harsh realities who has learned much about fending for her living and her virtue but little of what it means to be loved. Thrown together by circumstance, Rees Kenyon and Callie Summers head across the ocean toward a new life during the stormy beginnings of the American Revolution.
"catches your interest"
Daniel Bradford, a poor young Brit, is separated in a cruel twist of fate from his sister, Lyna, and left to rot in the infamous Dartmoor Prison. His only hope for escape comes when he agrees to a seven-year indenture in America. But he discovers he had traded one imprisonment for another under a cruel and exacting master, Sir Leo Rochester.
"Sound the Trumpet"
As General George Washington makes a desperate attempt to forge an army that can stop the British from taking New York and defeating the Continental Army, the Bradford family is learning that serving God and serving one's country often calls for great sacrifice. Meanwhile, Clive Gordon, son of Colonel Leslie Gordon of the British army, falls in love with Katherine Yancy, a daring young woman whose father and uncle are patriot prisoners. When Clive crosses enemy lines to attempt their rescue, will he be shot as a spy?
Lanie Freeman's life changed swiftly and irrevocably with the death of her mother and the imprisonment of her father. She struggles to hold together her family, pursue her dreams, and follow her heart. Then the new preacher arrives and Lanies world is turned upside down! Book Two in the Singing River series.
Quentin Larribee is a surgeon - one of the best. But in the confusion of one of the Civil War's last, desperate skirmishes, the hands devoted to healing bring death to William Breckenridge, an enemy soldier in the act of surrendering. Now the deed haunts Quentin. A bright future lies before him, with marriage to the lovely Irene Chambers and eventual ownership of her father's prosperous medical practice. But it cannot ease Quentin's troubled conscience.
Seeking an escape from the monotony and drudgery of days-on-end army life, Frank Rocklin, an actor, approaches his commanding general with a bold plan to spy on Vicksburg and assess its military condition. Vicksburg is the last major Confederate stronghold on the Mississippi.
Dani has just been given her biggest assignment: protect the wealthy J. T. Denver while finding his potential assassin. The once ruthless businessman has made many enemies who are not buying Denver's life-changing spiritual side.
While taking over her father's detective agency during his illness, Danielle Ross finds herself surrounded by 11 other people, all clueless as to why they are together, in this strange and sinister place.
"not what i thought I was getting"