Gilbert Morris Books in Order

The Gilbert Morris books have become so popular over the years that generation after generation, people keep going back to them.

If you're just starting with it and want a reading list, you're in luck. Here we list out all the Gilbert Morris books in order; keeping in mind various factors like the publication year, reviews, its popularity among readers, etc.

It’s always a good idea to read such book titles in sequence so that you don't miss out on the story plot and its discussions in the book clubs.

Publication Order of Barney Buck Books

Barney Buck and the Flying Solar-Cycle

Morris, Gilbert 1985
Thirteen-year-old Barney Buck places his faith in God and in a solar-powered flying bicycle to help his new Indian friends catch a gang of tree rustlers. Read More

Barney Buck and the Kamikaze Charger

Morris, Gilbert 1985
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Barney Buck and the Phantom of the Circus

Morris, Gilbert 1985
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Publication Order of Jim Reno Books

Reno

Morris, Gilbert 1986
The Carrs of Skull Ranch dominate the farmers and ranchers of the valley--until Jim Reno makes a promise to a dying farmer. Read More

Rimrock

Morris, Gilbert 1986
As newly appointed deputy, Reno must face the death threats of a bloodthirsty saloon owner and a sinister gunslinger. Read More

Ride the Wild River

Morris, Gilbert 1987
A frightened teenage runaway fleeing a brutal stepfather hires Reno to ride west with a wagon train. Read More

Boomtown

Morris, Gilbert 1992
When a gang of cutthroats terrorizes the miners of Virginia City into giving up their claims, can Reno restore safety to the town? Read More

Valley Justice

Morris, Gilbert 1995
Responding to Major Reynolds's plea for help, Jim Reno agrees to take the family to settle a ranch Major Reynolds has purchased. Read More

Lone Wolf

Morris, Gilbert 1995

Jim Reno ventures into the Dakota Territory to find Simon Meade's son, who was abducted by Indians when he was a young child. Reno finds Lone Wolf--as Jason Meade calls himself--who reluctantly returns with Reno to his father's house. Lone Wolf has problems fitting in as he is forced to fight prejudice and his own contempt to live in a white society.

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Publication Order of The House of Winslow Books

The Honorable Imposter

Morris, Gilbert 1987

They Had a Faith, a Vision, a Dream of Freedom That Both Enthralled and Frightened Him Could He Trust Them With His Entire Future?Forced by his family to become a minister in the Church of England, Gilbert Winslow is offered a dangerous and challenging task by one of the most powerful nobles in Britain.

Taking the post offers fortune and escape from a life he despises, but Winslow discovers it also means becoming a spy. His mission is to infiltrate a group of religious separatists and to ferret out the whereabouts of their leader, who is accused of dissention against the King.

In spite of his initial uneasiness, infiltration proves to be an easy matter. But will the ultimate betrayal be so simple? With the influences of good and evil, faith and doubt, compassion and selfishness pulling him apart, to whom could he turn?With the Sailing of the Mayflower, Forces Were Unleashed Which Would Set the Course for One Man, His Family, and Eventually a Whole Nation.

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The Captive Bride

Morris, Gilbert 1987

Her pilgrim family had nurtured her in an atmosphere of religious and political freedom now enemies of that freedom threatened her very life!The Captive Bride takes the Winslow family beyond the Pilgrim settlement at Plymouth to assist in building the great new nation.

For a time the Winslow dream seemed to have gone down with a sinking ship, but Rachel revives the spark of hope. As free-thinking and spirited as her mother and her grandfather Gilbert, Rachel faces capture by those she wishes to help, pressures to conform and, ultimately, a test of forgiveness beyond human accomplishment.

Is marriage the only possibility for her? Is her faith her own? Can she face unjust imprisonment even death without retreat?The religious freedom and fervor which had marked the young colony might be its undoing.

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The Indentured Heart

Morris, Gilbert 1988

The Sequel to the American Historical Novels, The Honorable Imposter and The Captive Bride.The Indentured Heart opens another chapter in the compelling saga of the Winslow family. Pre-Revolutionary America was stirring the flames for freedom and the Great Awakening under Jonathan Edwards was renewing a nation's spiritual values.

Adam Winslow, a man of the soil, has different interests and skills than his father and grandfather. But their patriotism and spiritual fervor have left their imprint on his personality.And far off in England a young beggar girl is about to be given the chance of a lifetime.

Molly Burns has lived under the constant terror of her drunken, abusive father, but rescue comes to her doorstep in the person of Adam Winslow. He promises to bring her safely to America on the condition that she become an indentured servant for ten years.

Escape from her wretched circumstances and the distant glimmer of freedom in a new land help to make her decision. But this young servant girl had no way to knowing that she would be bound by more than indentureship to the Winslows.What was the true meaning of freedom to a young girl, to a family, to a nation?

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The Gentle Rebel

Morris, Gilbert 1988

Freedom Was the Cry of a Nation, But at What Personal Cost to Her People?The Gentle Rebel brings the dynamic saga of the Winslow family into the American Revolution. Starting with the first Pilgrim settlement at Plymouth, The House of Winslow novels have vividly described the forces that shaped early American history and its people.

Book 3, The Indentured Heart, brought the story to pre-Revolution days.Nathan Winslow, the son of Adam and Molly, was at first opposed to the idea of revolution against the British crown, but eventually he becomes an American patriot. His love for the beautiful Abigail Howland, a proud and spoiled Tory, lies in direct conflict with his mission to help free his land.

From the hotbed of patriotic activity in Boston to the green fields of Lexington, from Breed's Hill and Bunker Hill to the deadly overland winter trip toward Fort Ticonderoga Winslow carries the banner of his family heritage and faith.Faith and courage confirmed or denied?

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The Holy Warrior

Morris, Gilbert 1989

The Newly Independent American Nation Beckons the Sons of Winslow WestWhen Nathan Winslow fought to keep the hopes of the Continental Army alive at Valley Forge, he never dreamed that a rich and powerful nation would blossom from those thirteen struggling colonies.

Nor did he foresee the consequences that the expanding nation would have on his own family.Now, years after the American Revolution, Nathan's two sons, Christmas and Knox, race west Knox hoping to be among the first to set up trading posts in Missouri, and Christmas seeking to escape a future he regarded with contempt.

Christmas will journey toward what some considered to be the ultimate test, but in so doing he will leave an indelible mark on the family tree.Will He Be Cut Off From The One Treasure He Ever Wanted?

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The Saintly Buccaneer

Morris, Gilbert 1989

A Heritage of Faith Preserves a New Generation of WinslowsDivided by political and spiritual differences, Nathan and Paul, the Winslow cousins, continue their separate struggles during the American Revolution. Nathan fights to keep the hopes of the Continental Army alive at Valley Forge while Paul remains bitterly opposed to the Revolution.

Providence temporarily delivers Paul from his own acrid character. He is shanghaied by a British press gang to work aboard a navy frigate, and a sudden attack of amnesia results in an innocence and confidence foreign to all he has been before. Can he escape the ship? Can he escape the person he used to be when his memory returns?The Two Ships in Battle Symbolized the Much Deeper Conflict Within His Soul-

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The Last Confederate

Morris, Gilbert 1990
Sky and Rebekah Winslow leave Oregon City to settle on a plantation in Virginia, but the approaching Civil War threatens to divide the family Read More

The Reluctant Bridegroom

Morris, Gilbert 1990

The Reluctant Bridegroom begins with Sky Winslow, the son of Chris and Dove Winslow, agreeing to return East and bring a wagon train of brides to the men of Oregon City. As experienced as he is on the trail, the past hurts of an unfaithful wife and the care for a twelve-year-old son who truly needs a mother's love make Sky an unlikely candidate for such an assignment.

On the long trip from New York to Oregon, two of the women who join the wagon train will make their impact on Sky Winslow. Rebekah Jackson, in hope of finding a new start, is leaving a broken past. Rita Duvall is a dance hall girl who knows the way to break down a man's defenses.

Book 7 in the House of Winslow.

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The Dixie Widow

Morris, Gilbert 1991
When her husband, Captain Vance Wickham, is killed at the Battle of Sharpsburg, Belle Wickham vows revenge and makes arrangements to act as a Confederate spy while staying with her Yankee grandfather Captain Whitfield Winslow Read More

The Wounded Yankee

Morris, Gilbert 1991

Zack Winslow, The Wounded Yankee, had served the Union Army for exactly one year and been wounded twice, surviving the battles of Bull Run and Shiloh. But when he is sent home, Zack discovers some devastating news about his fiancée and his livelihood.

Having seen the worst of war and tasted the disappointments of love and friendship gone sour, Zack decides he must get away from it all. Striking out for the wilds of Montana, Zack resolves to live as a hermit in Alder Gulch. On one hundred acres in the shadows of the Rockies, he can build a cabin and raise sheep the promise of a better life, free from the entanglements of other people.

But Zack can't seem to keep them away from his door. Yet how can he take on these unwelcome people? But if he doesn't provide for them, who will? Book 10 in The House of Winslow.

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The Union Belle

Morris, Gilbert 1992
Mark Winslow needs Lola Montez to help him escape from jail after he is imprisoned for killing her attacker, but when he is free and begins work for the Union Pacific Railroad, he, again, must use his gun Read More

The Final Adversary

Morris, Gilbert 1992
Estranged from his family, prizefighter Barney Winslow buries his bitterness in drink, women, and the prize ring, but when his drinking becomes uncontrollable, Barney must find a way to come to terms with himself and undo the harm he has inflicted on saloon girl Katie Sullivan Read More

The Crossed Sabres

Morris, Gilbert 1993

He Was a Natural-Born Soldier on a Campaign Marked by DestinyThomas Winslow fought bravely in the Civil War and was fortunate to survive the grim carnage. But the final defeat on the field of battle was far less painful than the personal defeat he encountered upon his return home.

Betrayed by his wife and best friend, the only remnant of his marriage and love was a newborn daughter.Despite the difficulties, Tom remained adamant against giving Laura up. He eventually took a job with the Department of Indian Affairs. Over a period of several years, he and his young daughter move all over the Northern Plains, meeting with the leaders of the Indian tribes, then bringing recommendations with his findings.

There was no other white man who knew the country or the Indians better than Thomas Winslow.When the opportunity comes to join the Seventh Cavalry under General George Custer, it affords a better home life for Laurie and a highly desired return to a military career for Winslow.

But Tom soon discovers that Custer's campaign against the Indians in the Northern Plains is ill-fated and that his old bitter rival, Spencer Grayson, is a superior ranking officer! As they head toward the Little Big Horn and the final confrontation, who will be left standing?Can One Woman Find Her Way Into the Impregnable Fortress of His Heart? Can the Bitter Past Be Broken?

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The Valiant Gunman

Morris, Gilbert 1993

The Hard-Luck Trail to Wyoming Was One Man's Dream for a FutureDan Winslow survived the Civil War with the dream of one day going West and becoming a cowboy with a ranch of his own. But it would be several disappointing years before this son of Sky and Rebekah Winslow found himself on the dusty cattle trail from Texas to Wyoming.

For young widow Hope Rogers, the promise of a cattle ranch in Wyoming seemed like the only possible way to hold her impoverished family together. But the sacrifice she had to make to get there was a dreadful price for a woman to pay.When Dan Winslow arrives in Wyoming, he discovers that the powerful cattle baron of the Arrow Ranch is forcing the local small ranchers and homesteaders out of business, including Hope Rogers.

Winslow had not come looking for another war, but his only choice is to fight. The desperate ranchers need Dan's gun, and Dan needs their support.Arrow Ranch held All the CardsWinslow Refused to Play by Their Rules.

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The Jeweled Spur

Morris, Gilbert 1994

Cody Rogers Was in Trouble, and She Determined to Never Give Up on Him.Laurie Winslow longed to make her dream of becoming a writer come true, and Wilson College in Omaha seemed to offer what her career required. But when funds run out and disillusionment sets in, Laurie joins up with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show as a trick rider to earn enough money to return to school.

One day after a performance Laurie runs into a friend from the past and manages to land him a job. Buffalo Bill soon discovers Cody Rogers' skills as a trick roper and adds him to the show as a new act. But as Cody reveals to Laurie his troubled past and what he is running from, will her feelings for him change?Laurie has reason to believe that Cody is innocent, but as their fame grows, so does the fear that someone may recognize him.

What will happen to the man she loves if he is caught again?Will the Truth Ever Be Known?

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Gallant Outlaw

Morris, Gilbert 1994
After Betsy Winslow foolishly elopes with Vic, a man she does not know well, her older sister, Lanie, sets out to find her with help from an outlaw known as Lobo Read More

The Yukon Queen

Morris, Gilbert 1995

His Was a Blinding Ambition for Riches, and He Was Serena's Only Hope of Escape.Late in 1896, Cassidy Winslow leaves his family's ranch in Wyoming to pursue his own fortunes but is hardly prepared for life in New York. He hates his job and tires of city life, but falls in love with a rich young woman who treats him like an interesting toy.

She finally breaks his heart, and Cass heads for the West Coast with the determination that he'll do anything to get rich.When news comes to Seattle of the gold strike in the Klondike, all that holds Cass back is his debt of care to a man named Fletcher Stevens.

The dying man's offer of money to fund Cassidy's trip to the gold fields of the Yukon is conditioned by a promise that Cass will take the man's daughter with him to share what gold they can find. Cass agrees, and when Stevens dies, he goes to tell the daughter the news.

Serena Stevens had been placed in a convent by her father after her mother's death, and though she hates it there, she has little choice. When Cass comes and tells her of her father's offer, she can't be talked out of going, and so the adventure begins.

But the Klondike Is a Cold, hard World Where Death Is Only a Bullet Away!

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The Rough Rider

Morris, Gilbert 1995
Unable to stop his younger brother, Lewis, from joining Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders to fight the Spanish in Cuba, Aaron Winslow decides to go with Lewis to protect him while also considering an offer to be a war correspondent for "The New York Journal" Read More

The Iron Lady

Morris, Gilbert 1996
When three young Winslow daughters arrive in New York City in 1902, they each pursue a different dream--one of being a nurse and missionary, one of performing on stage, and the other of photographing the plight of the immigrants in the tenement slums Read More

The Silver Star

Morris, Gilbert 1997
Despite the adoring audiences and her rising fame as a stage actress, Priscilla Winslow feels compelled to leave New York City behind, embarking on a new acting career in Hollywood. Read More

The Shadow Portrait

Morris, Gilbert 1998
When the two young Winslow cousins arrive in New York City, they both seek success--Peter in car racing and Phil at an art institute Read More

The White Hunter

Morris, Gilbert 1999
While visiting his relative at his mission in Africa, John Winslow becomes enchanted by the beauty of the land and decides to make it his home, but when danger strikes the missionary and threatens the lives of his family, he must stand and fight to ensure their safety. Original. Read More

The Flying Cavalier

Morris, Gilbert 1999

THE HOUSE OF WINSLOW / BOOK 23 All the Love and the Joy of Days Gone by Had Turned Against Him in a Soul-Destroying Fury. [book title] Convinced that airplanes are about to change the nature of military warfare, Lieutenant Lance Winslow of the British Royal Flying Corps goes to France to train with the best fliers in the world.

On Christmas Eve of 1908, he meets Noelle Laurent on the snowy streets of Paris and falls in love at first sight. Their marriage brings tremendous joy into his life, but their love cannot stop the Great War's approach...nor can his plane stop every German bomber that crosses the English Channel.

In the spring of 1914, Josephine Hellinger quits her job with the New York <Times> to become a free-lance war correspondent in France. Knowing that she would never be sent as a female journalist on such a dangerous assignment, she is emboldened to strike out on her own to cover the war through her front-line stories and photographs.

When Josephine meets Lance Winslow, he is hardly the same pilot who married a lovely French bride five years before. Out of the bitterness of personal tragedy, he lives only to hate Germans and to kill as many as he can in combat. Can Josephine make a difference before it's too late?

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The Glorious Prodigal

Morris, Gilbert 2000

When Leah Freeman attends the Fourth of July celebration, she falls in love with the dashing Stuart Winslow, a gifted musician. Despite warnings about his character--and her own misgivings--Leah accepts Stuart's proposal and marries him. Soon Stuart falls back into his old ways, and Leah's love for him is severely tested when he winds up in Tucker Penitentiary.

The years in prison take their toll on Stuart until he finally faces up to the truth about his deplorable life. Though he yearns for forgiveness and reconciliation, Stuart faces the possibility that Leah may never be able to trust or love him again. When a man bent on revenge confronts his family, Stuart is forced into a difficult choice that could cost him dearly.

Amid the turmoil that swirls about them, Stuart and Leah must learn the secret of true love. (House of Winslow Book 24)

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The Amazon Quest

Morris, Gilbert 2001

The Perils of the Amazon Reveal the Depths of the Heart's Entanglements... Emily Winslow meets James Parker, the man who tried to save her brother's life in the trenches of France in World War I, and she and her family feel deeply indebted to him. They offer to help him in any way they can to get a new start after recovering from his own wounds.

By the time the family is confronted with the surprising truth of what actually happened on that distant battlefield, Emily has fallen in love with James. Overwhelmed by bitterness and the betrayal of her love, Emily throws herself into her writing career.

When an opportunity comes to travel deep into the Amazon rain forest and record the life of an isolated tribe of headhunters, she readily accepts the challenge. But all of her inner turmoil returns with a vengeance when Ian Marlowe walks into her life.

Is Emily’s faith strong enough to sustain her? Can she trust her heart this time around?

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The Golden Angel

Morris, Gilbert 2001

Living in Africa is an adventure for Erin Winslow, yet she longs for even more excitement. She meets a pilot and persuades him to teach her to fly. Before she realizes it, she has fallen in love with him. But a devastating discovery leaves Erin deeply hurt, and she flees home to America.

Erin hopes to find a job as a pilot and nurse her wounded heart. When no one will hire a woman, she finds work in a café. That's where Quaid Merritt, stunt flyer, steals into her life, reigniting her dreams about flying. She and Quaid travel across America, thrilling crowds with daring aerial acrobatics.

When Hollywood producers come calling, Erin has some important decisions to make--about Quaid, and about her future. (House of Winslow Book 26)

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The Heavenly Fugitive

Morris, Gilbert 2002

While studying for his law degree, Phillip Winslow has found his niche working at Thornton Stables. His sister, Amelia, is still searching for something that will bring her happiness. Her rebellious nature, once kept in check by a desire to please her missionary parents, finally breaks free from those restraints.

Against her family's wishes, she becomes a nightclub singer and dreams of making it on Broadway. While Amelia has gangster Tony Morino's bodyguard to thank for jumpstarting her career, Phillip finds himself drawn to Tony's daughter. As both Winslows are pulled further and further into a dangerous underworld, everything they hold dear is threatened.

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The Fiery Ring

Morris, Gilbert 2002

The Danger Within Could Be More Deadly Than Any Peril She Faces... When a family tragedy leaves young Joy and Travis Winslow at the mercy of greedy relatives, they flee a life of certain servitude. Separated from her brother, Joy is rescued from dangerous vagrants by a handsome young circus perfomer.

Chase takes her under his wing and helps her find work in a traveling circus. Though Chase discourages it, Joy thrills to the danger of performing with the big cats. But her growing feelings for Chase only add to her uncertainty over the future. She must find her brother and recover what is rightfully theirs.

Unless she can arrive at some path to inner peace, the struggle between her love for Chase and her anger against those who wronged her may year her world apart.

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The Beloved Enemy

Morris, Gilbert 2003

Book 30 of The House of Winslow. Kefira Reis, a young Jewish woman, works in a sweatshop in the New York garment district. When her boss abuses her, she fights back and flees. Joshua Winslow has just been released from prison, but when he sets out to find honest work, he is attacked by tramps and badly beaten.

A timely encounter with Kefira saves his life. Kefira encourages Josh to live out his dream of becoming an archaeologist, but when they finally arrive in Egypt, complications arise that threaten their budding romance—and test their beliefs.

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The Shining Badge

Morris, Gilbert 2004

Book 31 of House of Winslow. Jennifer Winslow had known only the ?nest life had to offer-until her family lost everything in the crash of '29. Moving from New York to a small farm in Georgia, Jenny struggles to adapt to her tough new life. Then, through a startling series of events, she ?nds herself running for County Sheriff.

Jenny soon discovers she has ?erce enemies among the local moonshiners, gangsters, and even the citizens themselves, who scoff at the idea of a female sheriff. Only two men support her: an idealistic young lawyer and a reluctant deputy. She ?nds herself drawn to both men and struggles to ferret out God's choice for her.

In a blazing shoot-out, Jennifer Winslow ?nds her way, but not without cost.

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The Royal Handmaid

Morris, Gilbert 2004

Book 32 in the bestselling House of Winslow series. Wealthy Rena Matthews feels called to take the gospel to the South Sea islanders. She gathers volunteers to go with her--all from the upper strata of society. When rough-looking Travis Winslow volunteers, Rena wants to refuse him, but her father insists she take him along.

They set out in her father's yacht, but a storm drives them hundreds of miles off course and into a reef on a deserted island. Will they ever make it to the mission ¹eld? Or will God bring the mission ¹eld to them?

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The Silent Harp

Morris, Gilbert 2004

Sharon Winslow is artistic, wealthy, socially prominent--and determined to remain single. Having lost her first love in the Great War, she is certain that marriage is not for her. Then she meets Temple Smith, a rough man who appears as uncouth as he is poor.

What could a woman of her stature and talent find in such a man? Her hopeless attraction to him vies with her fear that he is only after her money. But where differences abound, the adventure of love begins. He must convince her that she will never realize her full potential without him- that without him her true beauty will remain as hidden as the song of a silent harp.

A House of Winslow book.

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The Virtuous Woman

Morris, Gilbert 2005

When Phil and Cara Winslow learn that the daughter they thought had died in infancy is still alive, their life of status and ease is turned upside down. With the help of a private detective, they find the girl, now twenty years old, who turns out to be rough and vulgar.

When they try to bring Grace into their family, their grown children are horrified, and only Kevin, a terribly scarred recluse, reaches out to her. When Grace bolts, Kevin leaves his self-made prison to search for her…only to find her in an actual prison.

Together this reunited brother and sister find grace and acceptance. Will each find love as well? Book 34 in the bestselling The House of Winslow series.

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The Gypsy Moon

Morris , Gilbert 2005

Dr. Gabrielle Winslow joins the Underground in Holland to help smuggle Jews out of the country, but she is stunned when the new commander of the Nazi occupation forces turns out to be Col. Erik Raeder, a man she had nearly agreed to marry when she spent time with her uncle in Berlin.

Gabrielle teams up with a handsome OSS agent to rescue her uncle.Will they succeed in bringing him out of Germany only to be trapped in Holland by the jilted Nazi colonel? House of Winslow Book 35.

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The Unlikely Allies

Morris, Gilbert 2005

House of Winslow Book 36- Mallory Anne Winslow, daughter of missionaries in Africa, follows God's call to carry the Gospel to the Lapps in the Arctic. But her work is interrupted when Norway is invaded by the Germans. Mallory joins the Resistance Movement and is ordered by her superior to make Derek Raeder--aide to the Nazi colonel--fall in love with her, so she can report the Nazi's plans.

When the colonel discovers she is a spy, he orders his aide to arrest her.Will Derek follow the colonel's orders...or his heart?

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The High Calling

Morris, Gilbert 2006
House of Winslow Book 37 - Kat Winslow is volunteering as a missionary. But her calling is interrupted by two scorned suitors. Perhaps her high calling is to one of these men instead? Read More

The Hesitant Hero

Morris, Gilbert 2006

Will they ever make it to the coast? It all depends on... the HESITANT HERO When Tyler Winslow is expelled from college in New York, he decides to study art in Paris. When he fails at that as well, and with no family or career to return to in the States, he settles further south in France, painting for his own pleasure and pursuing a woman he had dated in college.

Jolie Vernay has no interest in Tyler, but their lives are soon entwined with those of several Jewish orphans. As the conflicts of World War II come dangerously close, Tyler starts to understand that the world doesn't revolve around him. He and Jolie agree that they must flee the country and get the children to safety.

Then a baby is also thrust into their care, further complicating the already desperate situation. Can they hope to escape the Nazis when all the odds are against them? (House of Winslow Book 38)

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The Widow's Choice

Morris, Gilbert 2006

Life during the Great Depression has been hard for Alona Winslow Jennings, but it is turned upside down when she loses her husband in a terrible accident. When she marries Oscar Moran, a wealthy older man, her motivation is far more about Oscar providing for her three young sons than any romantic inclinations.

Oscar is indeed a good provider, but there is no spark of love between them. She realizes the error of her decision when she begins to feel drawn to Jason, a fighter pilot in the raging second world war. Alona and Jason's friendship grows amid the tumult Amerida's increasing involvement in the global crises.

Will Alona remain true to her marriage vows--and her faith in God--in spite of her turbulent circumstances?

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The Pilgrim Song

Morris, Gilbert 2006

Like wayfarers before them in a foreign land, they learn to sing... Lewis Winslow has money, a large fancy house, and a bright future in business, but he's lost his beloved wife and now fears he is losing his children as well. Josh seeks one thrill after another, while Jenny finds her excitement at society parties.

Kat, an all-out tomboy, is living in her own world, and Hannah has become a recluse. Their father isn't sure what to do about any of them. When the stock market crash robs the Winslows of the material comforts they have enjoyed, will they unite as a family? Lliving in poverty is like living in a foreign land for this Winslow family.

The strength of their faith will determine whether they thrive—or merely survive—in the face of unfamiliar and fearsome hardship.

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The White Knight

Morris, Gilbert 2007
After losing the woman he loves, fighter pilot Luke Winslow turns from his faith, but when he accidentally kills an old friend while drunk, Luke tries to helps his friend's sister, Joelle, in her work with troubled girls and eventually falls in love with her. Original. 15,000 first printing. Read More

Publication Order of Danielle Ross Books

Guilt by Association

Morris, Gilbert 1991
Danielle Ross, a minister and the owner of a detective agency, is kidnapped while working on a case and imprisoned with an assortment of other victims, and must figure out why they were chosen by the people who kidnapped them Read More

Deadly Deception

Morris, Gilbert 1992
When Danielle Ross takes over her father's detective agency after he has a heart attack, she becomes bodyguard/tutor to children of a family involved in New Orleans organized crime Read More

Revenge at the Rodeo

Morris, Gilbert 1993

Haunted by nightmares after killing a criminal in self-defense, Danielle is unsure of her abilities as an investigator. But her sleuthing skills are suddenly put to the test when her partner is brutally attacked while involved in a case of which Danielle had no knowledge.

Can she discover the identity of the attacker before he strikes again?

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The Quality of Mercy

Morris, Gilbert 1993
The is #5 in Gilbert Morris's Danielle Ross mystery series. Read More

Race With Death

Morris, Gilbert 1994
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Publication Order of The Appomattox Saga Books

A Covenant of Love

Morris, Gilbert 1992
With the nation on the brink of war, cousins Clay and Gideon Rocklin struggle with their political differences--and their love for the same woman. Read More

Gate of His Enemies

Gilbert Morris 1992
Both Deborah Steele, a Northern woman, and confederate officer Dent Rocklin are determined to do all they can for their sides in the Civil War--which puts their love to the ultimate test. Read More

Where Honor Dwells

Gilbert Morris 1993
Vince Franklin, intent on inheriting the family fortune, enlists the aid of Jake Hardin. When Jake falls in love with Vince's sister, both men face the most important spiritual decision of their lives. Read More

Land of the Shadow

Morris, Gilbert 1993
This account of the Rocklin clan features the relationship between Southern photographer Paul Bristol and his assistant, Frankie Aimes, a Northern woman forced to spy for the Union. Read More

Out of the Whirlwind

Morris, Gilbert 1994
When amnesia patient Burke Rocklin falls in love with a Union nurse, neither is aware that he is a Confederate. Can she verify his story to prevent him from being court-martialed? Read More

Shadow of His Wings

Morris, Gilbert 1994

Lowell Rocklin accepts a challenge to help the South build a balloon for use in military strategy. His efforts are aided by Rooney Smith, a young woman whose ingenuity proves invaluable. Suddenly, double tragedy strikes: Seriously injured in battle, Lowell must also suffer with his discovery of the tragic truth about Rooney--the woman he has come to love.

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Wall of Fire

Morris, Gilbert 1995
As Mark Rocklin lies dying, his one hope is to be reunited with his estranged daughter, Allyn. Read More

Stars in Their Courses

Morris, Gilbert 1995
Frank Rocklin avoids formal conscription into the Federal army only to serve the North as a spy in a theater troupe touring behind enemy lines. Family loyalties are torn as they accuse him of being a Southern sympathizer. But will his love for a Southern actress or his duty to his country prevail? Read More

Chariots in the Smoke

Morris, Gilbert 1997

David Rocklin enlists in the Confederate army to impress a young woman, but his aspirations crumble when he realizes he does not have the courage to be a soldier. Afraid for his life, David runs away from the army, only to face deteriorating health. When doctors are unable to diagnose his problem, he decides that it would be better to die quickly in battle than slowly of disease.

He returns to battle and becomes a hero--surviving the assaults he hoped would kill him. Soon after, David finds his illness was the result of the guilt he felt for deserting. Will he have the courage to continue as a hero, or will he shrink from battle again?

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Witness in Heaven

Morris, Gilbert 1998
Providing a twist on the Pygmalion tale, Morris encloses a tender romance within the epic battles fought in war-ravaged Virginia. Read More

Publication Order of Far Fields Books

Beyond the River

Gilbert Morris 1994
Futuristic novel in the mode of Brave New World and 1984 by one of America's top inspirational fiction writers. Read More

The Remnant

Gilbert Morris 1997
The second futuristic novel in the Far Fields series. Read More

Publication Order of The Price of Liberty Books

The Color of the Star

Gilbert Morris 1993
Kept apart by the social classes of Liberty, Georgia, Billy Christmas and Jordan Simms meet again when Billy joins the Marines and Jordan becomes a Navy nurse Read More

A Call to Honor

Gilbert Morris 1993
Ben Logan, stationed at Pearl Harbor, experiences the Japanese attack, and thinks of the girl he left behind, Rachel, the daughter of a Pentecostal preacher Read More

All the Shining Young Men

Gilbert Morris 1993
Drafted, Chance Rinehart, a professional tennis player, and Jesse Boone, a young minister, have their story told by Maria Vitrano, a newspaper reporter sent to follow actual small town men off to war Read More

The End of Glory

Gilbert Morris 1993
Mike Hardin finds himself in competition with David Stone, his squadron leader, for the attentions of Leah Daniel, Mike's former tutor Read More

A Time to Heal

Morris, Gilbert 1994

In a powerful and compelling story of lost hope and second chances, A Time to Heal unfolds a drama of brutal violence and inner peace, of broken hearts and rebuilt lives. It continues the chronicles of Liberty, Georgia's residents, so captivatingly told in All the Shining Young Men, The End of the Glory, and A Silence in Heaven, all part of The Price of Liberty series.

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A Silence in Heaven

Gilbert Morris 1994
During the chaos of World War II, a relationship develops between a British woman, Diana Marlowe, and Mark Courtney, a pilot from Georgia Read More

Publication Order of The Seven Sleepers Books

Flight of the Eagles

Gilbert Morris 1994
Josh Adams, 14, awakes from a 50-year sleep. Ancient prophecy commands him and the other Sleepers to unite in battle against the evil priests, and combat the doubt that threatens their faith. Read More

The Gates of Neptune

Morris, Gilbert 1994
In the second book of the series, the adventurous seven battle terrifying creatures and evil Lord Necros to save lost Atlantis. Read More

The Sword of Camelot

Morris, Gilbert 1995
Join the Seven Sleepers on another adventure filled with swords, shields, and knights! When the situation grows dim, the Seven Sleepers call upon the power of Goel to fight the servants of the Dark Lord. Read More

The Caves That Time Forgot

Morris, Gilbert 1995
The Dark Lord's power has spread to the mysterious Caves of Mondar. The Seven Sleepers are called to free the people there by teaching them the virtues of honor, dignity, and generosity. Read More

Winged Raiders of the Desert

Morris, Gilbert 1995
Under the control of the Dark Lord, the Winged Ones capture the Sleepers and try to force them to join air raids of the Desert People. The Sleepers' only hope: to free these flying men from the Dark Lord's evil power. Read More

Empress of the Underworld

Morris, Gilbert 1996

"I'm not going!" Abbey declared, "And that's final!" Their spiritual leader, God, has issued another assignment, and the Seven Sleepers are off and running. Well, most of them are, but not Abbey- not this time. How can Abbey know that she is about to make the biggest mistake of her life? Even now the mysterious Empress of the Underworld is plotting to destroy both Abbey and her unsuspecting friends.

How can she know that the wicked Empress makes slaves of all who enter her underground kingdom? How can she know that even she will soon come under the Empress's magic spell? And how can she know that her disobedience will endanger not only her life, but the lives of the other Sleepers as well? Through some difficult experiences, Abbey learns that God can be trusted and that His lessons are worth learning.

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Voyage of the Dolphin

Morris, Gilbert 1996

How lucky can they get? It's relaxation time, and the Seven Sleepers are vacationing on an ocean-going ship. How much trouble can they get into on vacation? Almost before they can sort out what's happening, Josh, Sarah, and their friends find themselves entangled with a handsome sea captain who can't find a crew, a maddening rich girl who wants to be queen, a band of friendly and unfriendly giants, and the biggest hurricane of the century.

But where is their powerful friend God? Does He know where they are? Does He even care? Sail along with Josh and the crew as they handle danger and fear, and see if you can figure out why God doesn't just rush to their rescue.

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Attack of the Amazons

Morris, Gilbert 1996

How would the Sleepers rescue this beautiful woman, helpless against her foes, tied to a tree and facing certain death? After a successful ambush, the Seven Sleepers find that she is anything but helpless. She's Princess Merle, the fierce daughter of Fedor.

God has sent the Seven Sleepers on another mission, this time deep into the jungle in search of the Tribe of Fedor. And are they in for a surprise! Enter this topsy-turvy world where the women are savage warriors and the men are little more than slaves.

Meet a witch doctor who claims the dark god demands the Sleepers as a sacrifice, and a bushy-headed historian who holds the secrets of the past. Experience the thrill of battle as the Seven Sleepers join in the conflict, seeking to bring peace and lead these women warriors into the house of God.

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Escape with the Dream Maker

Morris, Gilbert 1997

Something strange and terrible has been happening in Nuworld. Some of God's most trusted servants have disappeared- simply vanished! With only a list of the missing persons and a secret password, God has sent the Seven Sleepers on another mission: "Find My servants and bring them back, but be very careful.

You might be one of the next to disappear." That could never happen, of course. Josh, Sarah, Dave, and the others know God too well to be tricked by one of His enemies... Or do they? What starts out as a harmless game--a stress reliever--could be the end of the Sleepers, and the end of all of God's servants.

Come along as Josh Adams and his friends learn a few unexpected lessons about deception and addiction, and a lot about themselves. Join the Seven Sleepers on their most dangerous mission yet!

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The Final Kingdom

Morris, Gilbert 1997

The battle is near! The Seven Sleepers have been sent on one last mission before the final battle with the Dark Lord. "Alert three more groups of my people," instructed God. "You must go to the Land of Ice, to the Centaurs, and to Celethorn, Land of the Magicians.

" Join the Seven Sleepers as they set out on their most dangerous mission ever. With Beorn, the mysterious dwarf, and Glori, the stunningly beautiful woman, as their guides, they trek over frozen tundra and plunge into deep, dark caverns. Yet somehow the Dark Lord seems to meet them at every move.

Could one of them be a traitor? See how Josh, Sarah, and their friends hold fast to their allegiance to God in the midst of danger, fear, tragedy, and trickery. The end has come... but who will win the victory?

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Publication Order of Ozark Adventures Books

The Rustlers of Panther Gap

Morris, Gilbert 1994
With fast-paced action, this favorite author blazes a trail to the Ozarks, where the Buck brothers make a home for themselves after their parents' death. Their outrageous capers lead to lessons about friendship, honesty, and faith in God. Read More

Bucks of Goober Holler

Morris, Gilbert 1994
With fast-paced action, this favorite author blazes a trail to the Ozarks, where the Buck brothers make a home for themselves after their parents' death. Their outrageous capers lead to lessons about friendship, honesty, and faith in God. Read More

The Phantom of the Circus

Morris, Gilbert 1994
Fourteen-year-old Barney and his brothers try to find the person responsible for sabotaging the circus where the boys are working for the summer. Read More

Publication Order of Wakefield Dynasty Books

The Sword of Truth

Morris, Gilbert 1994

Series premiere special price! Two families--the Wakefields of nobility and the lower-class Morgans--are the focus of this sweeping generational saga, joined by intriguing personalities such as Elizabeth I, William Tyndale, and John Bunyan. Linking the people and events through the ages is the struggle of men and women who sought God as the answer to their difficulties.

#1: The Sword of Truth Myles Morgan's discovery of his noble heritage introduces him to a fascinating new life in the English court and to the political conflict surrounding the translation of the Bible into English.

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The Winds of God

Morris, Gilbert 1994
The sweeping saga of the noble Wakefields and the lower-class Morgans continues with this compelling account of the Spanish Armada during the reign of Elizabeth I. Read More

The Shield of Honor

Morris, Gilbert 1995

Two families--the Wakefields of nobility and the lower-class Morgans--are the focus of this sweeping generational saga, joined by intriguing personalities such as Elizabeth I, William Tyndale, and John Bunyan. Linking the people and events through the ages is the struggle of men and women who sought God as the answer to their difficulties.

#3: Shield of Honor This third book of the series depicts the English civil war, Charles I, and Cromwell as it continues the story of the Wakefield and Morgan families.

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The Fields of Glory

Morris, Gilbert 1996

Two families--the Wakefields of nobility and the lower-class Morgans--are the focus of this sweeping generational saga, joined by intriguing personalities such as Elizabeth I, William Tyndale, and John Bunyan. Linking the people and events through the ages is the struggle of men and women who sought God as the answer to their difficulties.

#4: The Fields of Glory Evan, Amos, and Jenny form a triangle of romance and adventure that takes them to the limits of their faith. With the help of an outspoken minister named John Bunyan they are drawn closer to God.

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The Ramparts of Heaven

Morris, Gilbert 1997

Two families--the Wakefields of nobility and the lower-class Morgans--are the focus of this sweeping generational saga, joined by intriguing personalities such as Elizabeth I, William Tyndale, and John Bunyan. Linking the people and events through the ages is the struggle of men and women who sought God as the answer to their difficulties.

#5: The Ramparts of Heaven Follow the quest of Andrew Wakefield, a ministerial student at Oxford University, as he joins these shakers and movers in their attempts to advance the Methodist movement--and bring the realities of the gospel of Christ to a needy world.

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The Song of Princes

Morris, Gilbert 1997

Two families--the Wakefields of nobility and the lower-class Morgans--are the focus of this sweeping generational saga, joined by intriguing personalities such as Elizabeth I, William Tyndale, and John Bunyan. Linking the people and events through the ages is the struggle of men and women who sought God as the answer to their difficulties.

#6: Song of Princes Twin brothers Paul and David Wakefield are born rivals and opposites in many things, yet only one can be master of Wakefield. Set in England during the reigns of George II and George III, The Song of Princes spans English history from the Methodist movement to the initial rumblings of the American Revolution.

Fans of historical fiction and those already swept away by the series will find the pages turning themselves.

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A Gathering of Eagles

Morris, Gilbert 1998

Two families--the Wakefields of nobility and the lower-class Morgans--are the focus of this sweeping generational saga, joined by intriguing personalities such as Elizabeth I, William Tyndale, and John Bunyan. Linking the people and events through the ages is the struggle of men and women who sought God as the answer to their difficulties.

#7: A Gathering of Eagles Despite his conversion to Christ, Cathan must courageously prove his newfound faith to those he betrayed--Shayna and Sir Honor Wakefield.

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Publication Order of Cheney Duvall, M.D. Books

The Stars for a Light

Morris, Lynn 1994

"She had a dream, but reaching her goal seemed as dark as night . . . "Fresh from medical school in the 1860s--and a woman at that--the young Dr. Cheney Duvall struggles to find a position. She has almost given up hope when Asa Mercer turns up. He wants her services to chaperone and care for two hundred brides-to-be on a sea voyage from New York to Washington Territory.

Cheney jumps at the opportunity. Accompanied by an unlikely nurse, Shiloh Irons, she finds herself facing an arduous voyage and dangers for which her medical training didn't prepare her.

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Shadow of the Mountains

Morris, Lynn 1994
Cheney is persuaded to provide medical care for a primitive community in the Ozarks. Cheney Duvall, M.D. book 2. Read More

A City Not Forsaken

Morris, Lynn 1995
The cholera epidemic of 1866 threatens New York City where Cheney serves as a physician. Cheney Duvall, M.D. Book 3 Read More

Toward the Sunrising

Morris, Lynn 1996
Caught in the throes of Reconstruction, Cheney and Shiloh cannot ignore the plight of war-torn Charleston. Cheney Duvall, M.D. book 4. Read More

Secret Place of Thunder

Morris, Lynn 1996
Cheney and Shiloh discover a mysterious malady afflicting the servants and sharecroppers at her aunts' plantation. Cheney Duvall, M.D. book 5. Read More

In the Twilight, in the Evening

Morris, Lynn 1997
Cheney fights with the hospital staff of St. Francis for the fair treatment of San Francisco's undesirables. Cheney Duvall, M.D. book 6. Read More

Island of the Innocent

Morris, Lynn 1998
Cheney Duvall travels to Hawaii to help Shiloh Irons, who believes the Winslows might be his long-lost family, despite their refusal to have anything to do with him. Read More

Driven With the Wind

Morris, Lynn 2000
Wedding bells are poised to chime for Doctor Cheney Duvall and Shiloh Irons-Winslow, but a vengeful plot to seize the Winslow fortune threatens to destroy the couple's happiness and drives them into the arms of the Lord. Read More

Publication Order of Captain Chip and His Rag Tag Band Books


Publication Order of Liberty Bell Books

Sound the Trumpet

Morris, Gilbert 1995
Daniel Bradford, a young British man who came to America as an indentured servant, views the developing revolution with alarm Read More

Song in a Strange Land

Morris, Gilbert 1996

Two young men united by blood but divided by loyalties court the affections of Jeanne Corbeau in a conflict that allows no neutrals.A Long, Dangerous Journey into the Crucible of the American Revolution!Dake Bradford was a blazing American patriot who had taken a stand against the British on the Greens of Lexington.

He had joined up with the colonial farmers and shopkeepers to form an army under the command of the newly appointed commander in chief, George Washington. Fanned by the fires of patriotism, their yearning for freedom has now broken out into a fight for the pursuit of inalienable rights longed for by every one of the Sons of Liberty.

Sides had been drawn, and there would be no turning back.Caught in the middle of the American Revolution against the Crown of England are two families whose lives are complicated by their divided loyalties. Clive Gordon, Dake's first cousin, is a young physician who is also a Tory, the son of an English colonel who has sworn to put down the rebellion.

Those fiery loyalties break out into open conflict when the Bradfords and Gordons find themselves on opposing sides at the Battle of Bunker Hill.During the first year of the Revolution, the conflict between Dake and Clive widens as both men court the affections of Jeanne Corbeau, the beautiful daughter of a French mountain man.

Will the long, dangerous journey to Fort Ticonderoga decide their futures?

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Tread Upon the Lion

Morris, Gilbert 1996
While General George Washington prepares to defend New York from the British, Daniel Bradford tries to save his son Matthew from Sir Leo Rochester, who has hired Abigail Howland to lure Matthew into his schemes Read More

Arrow of the Almighty

Morris, Gilbert 1997
Compelled by his love for a young woman who is an adamant supporter of the patriots' cause in the Revolutionary War, Micah Bradford becomes a reluctant soldier, only to find himself protecting another young woman with a bad reputation. Original. Read More

Wind from the Wilderness

Morris, Gilbert 1998
Joel Bradford is discovered to have a great talent for acting and disguise by General George Washington, who sends him to New York to pose as a British loyalist, a successful act that is threatened when Joel falls in love with Heather Reed, a steadfast patriot who despises his loyalist position Read More

The Right Hand of God

Morris, Gilbert 1999
When Rachel Bradford discovers a wounded enemy soldier hiding in her father's barn and ignores her first impulse to turn him over to the authorities, she discovers love and renews her commitment to Christ Read More

Command the Sun

Morris, Gilbert 2000
When Matthew Bradford learns that his real father is Sir Leo Rochester, he has a chance to become an English peer, but first he must leave the woman he loves and renounce America. Original. Read More

Publication Order of Time Navigators Books

Race Against Time

Gilbert Morris 1977
Race Against Time (The Time Navigators, #3) Read More

The Dangerous Voyage

Morris, Gilbert 1995
Fourteen-year-old twins Danny and Dixie get trapped in the year 1620 after a trip in an time machine Read More

Vanishing Clues

Morris, Gilbert 1996

In order to earn money to help their sick younger brother and in hopes of locating their missing father, twins Danny and Dixie Fortune agree to further test their uncles' Chrono-Shuttle by traveling back to the time of the French and Indian War and meeting George Washington.

In hopes of locating their missing father, twins Danny and Dixie Fortune agree to further test their uncles' Chrono-Shuttle by traveling back to the time of the French and Indian War and meeting George Washington

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Publication Order of Bonnets & Bugles Books

Drummer Boy at Bull Run

Morris, Gilbert 1995

Jeff Majors and Leah Carter share a sorrowful goodbye as the Civil War brings a heartbreaking separation of friends. Despite being on opposite sides of the War, Jeff and Leah vow to stay friends forever and see each other through battle after battle, both on the field and off.

Drummer Boy at Bull Run is the first of a ten book series, that tells the story of two close families find themselves on different sides of the Civil War after the fall of Fort Sumter in April 1861. Thirteen year old Leah becomes a helper in the Union army with her father, who hopes to distribute Bibles to the troops.

Fourteen year old Jeff becomes a drummer boy in the Confederate Army and struggles with faith while experiencing personal hardship and tragedy. The series follows Leah, Jeff, family, and friends, as they experience hope and God’s grace through four years of war.

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Yankee Belles in Dixie

Morris, Gilbert 1995

Leah travels to Washington D.C. with her father to share the Gospel with soldiers. Jeff briefly joins them and travels north into Union territory to search for his captured father. Later, Leah and her sister Sarah travel south to Richmond, in Confederate territory, to care for their ailing uncle Silas, and Leah has to defend her sister against charges of treason.

Yankee Belles in Dixie is the second of a ten book series, that tells the story of two close families find themselves on different sides of the Civil War after the fall of Fort Sumter in April 1861. Thirteen year old Leah becomes a helper in the Union army with her father, who hopes to distribute Bibles to the troops.

Fourteen year old Jeff becomes a drummer boy in the Confederate Army and struggles with faith while experiencing personal hardship and tragedy. The series follows Leah, Jeff, family, and friends, as they experience hope and God’s grace through four years of war.

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The Secret of Richmond Manor

Morris, Gilbert 1995

As the Civil War rages, young Leah Carter moves with her ailing uncle Silas to what townspeople believe is a haunted house. But what she finds is even more frightening-something that sorely challenges her faith and strengthens her relationship with Jeff.

The Secret of Richmond Manor is the third of a ten book series, that tells the story of two close families find themselves on different sides of the Civil War after the fall of Fort Sumter in April 1861. Thirteen year old Leah becomes a helper in the Union army with her father, who hopes to distribute Bibles to the troops.

Fourteen year old Jeff becomes a drummer boy in the Confederate Army and struggles with faith while experiencing personal hardship and tragedy. The series follows Leah, Jeff, family, and friends, as they experience hope and God’s grace through four years of war.

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The Soldier Boy's Discovery

Morris, Gilbert 1996

Jeff faces one difficulty after another as he serves as a drummer boy in the Confederate Army, all while wrestling with personal issues of faith, and meeting Christians in unexpected ways. Meanwhile, Leah is receiving the unexpected attention from a young escaped Union prisoner.

The Soldier Boy’s Discovery is the fourth of a ten book series, that tells the story of two close families find themselves on different sides of the Civil War after the fall of Fort Sumter in April 1861. Thirteen year old Leah becomes a helper in the Union army with her father, who hopes to distribute Bibles to the troops.

Fourteen year old Jeff becomes a drummer boy in the Confederate Army and struggles with faith while experiencing personal hardship and tragedy. The series follows Leah, Jeff, family, and friends, as they experience hope and God’s grace through four years of war.

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Blockade Runner

Morris, Gilbert 1996

A rich Southern boy, an escaped Yankee prisoner, and jealous Jeff Majors are all vying for Leah Carter’s attention. A blockade-running sea captain, a beautiful rebel spy, a gunboat in hot pursuit, and the words of Scripture hitting like a hammer all add to the ongoing story of Jeff and Leah’s tumultuous world during the Civil War.

Blockade Runner is the fifth of a ten book series, that tells the story of two close families find themselves on different sides of the Civil War after the fall of Fort Sumter in April 1861. Thirteen year old Leah becomes a helper in the Union army with her father, who hopes to distribute Bibles to the troops.

Fourteen year old Jeff becomes a drummer boy in the Confederate Army and struggles with faith while experiencing personal hardship and tragedy. The series follows Leah, Jeff, family, and friends, as they experience hope and God’s grace through four years of war.

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The Gallant Boys of Gettysburg

Morris, Gilbert 1996

Leah’s sister Sarah is on her way to that quaint little Pennsylvania town of Gettysburg to help out an old friend. Tom, who is Jeff’s brother and the soldier Sarah loves, is also headed to Gettysburg, but with the Army of Northern Virginia. Neither of them know that the Northern and Southern troops are about to clash at peaceful little Gettysburg in the bloodiest battle of the Civil War.

As Tom fights his way into town, he sees a girl running, threatened by the deadly shells, and is shocked to recognize her as Sarah. Share their fears, their heartbreak. Learn what they learn--that God is with His people even when life gets rough. The Gallant Boys of Gettysburg is the sixth of a ten book series, that tells the story of two close families find themselves on different sides of the Civil War after the fall of Fort Sumter in April 1861.

Thirteen year old Leah becomes a helper in the Union army with her father, who hopes to distribute Bibles to the troops. Fourteen year old Jeff becomes a drummer boy in the Confederate Army and struggles with faith while experiencing personal hardship and tragedy.

The series follows Leah, Jeff, family, and friends, as they experience hope and God’s grace through four years of war.

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Battle of Lookout Mountain

Morris, Gilbert 1996

Leah's brother Royal has returned from the Civil war battlefields but has found himself engaged in a battle of a different sort - a battle for a lady's affection. The lady is the beautiful Lori Jenkins of Chattanooga, and the enemy is the dastardly Drake Bedford, one of Pineville's most venomous fighters.

Just as their friendship starts to blossom, Lori is called home to Tennessee to care for her sick sister and Royal once again must face the Rebel army. The good news is, the army is headed toward Chattanooga where the friendship could continue to grow.

The bad news is, Drake Bedford has decided to join the Union army as a soldier in Royal's company! Join the excitement as the conflicts continue, on and off the battlefields. And see how God's grace can change the lives of even the most stubborn sinners.

Battle of Lookout Mountain is the seventh of a ten book series, that tells the story of two close families find themselves on different sides of the Civil War after the fall of Fort Sumter in April 1861. Thirteen year old Leah becomes a helper in the Union army with her father, who hopes to distribute Bibles to the troops.

Fourteen year old Jeff becomes a drummer boy in the Confederate Army and struggles with faith while experiencing personal hardship and tragedy. The series follows Leah, Jeff, family, and friends, as they experience hope and God’s grace through four years of war.

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Bring the Boys Home

Morris, Gilbert 1997

The sound of gunfire has ended and wedding bells are ringing. No more fighting. No more wounded soldiers. Now it's on to the 'happily ever after.' Sarah Carter has agreed to marry Tom Majors, but just as the preparations are beginning, someone gets in the way.

Dewitt Falor has other plans for Sarah. He wants her to be his bride, and he's willing to fight for her. Tom can withstand the jeers of Dewitt and his friends, but what happens when fighting words turn to flying fists? How can Tom display the qualities of Christ in such a trying situation? Join the action as Tom, Jeff, and Royal discover that a soldier sometimes needs the courage of the battlefield for everyday living even though the war has ended.

Bring the Boys Home is the tenth of a ten book series, that tells the story of two close families find themselves on different sides of the Civil War after the fall of Fort Sumter in April 1861. Thirteen year old Leah becomes a helper in the Union army with her father, who hopes to distribute Bibles to the troops.

Fourteen year old Jeff becomes a drummer boy in the Confederate Army and struggles with faith while experiencing personal hardship and tragedy.The series follows Leah, Jeff, family, and friends, as they experience hope and God’s grace through four years of war.

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Encounter at Cold Harbor

Morris, Gilbert 1997

As the battles of the Civil War rage on, the Confederate army finds itself further and further behind. So many men are wounded, and the new recruits are looking either too old or too young. But the Northern invasion of Virginia isn't the only problem Jeff Majors is facing! Leah Carter is in Richmond, and Jeff can't understand why she's all out of sorts - just because she saw him at the theater with another girl! And as Captain Majors, Jeff's widowed father, finds relief from his loneliness in a growing friendship with pretty Eileen Fremont, and Jeff doesn't want a stepmother! Jeff learns a lot about love and family loyalty in this exciting tale of the Civil War.

Encounter at Cold Harbor is the eighth of a ten book series, that tells the story of two close families find themselves on different sides of the Civil War after the fall of Fort Sumter in April 1861. Thirteen year old Leah becomes a helper in the Union army with her father, who hopes to distribute Bibles to the troops.

Fourteen year old Jeff becomes a drummer boy in the Confederate Army and struggles with faith while experiencing personal hardship and tragedy. The series follows Leah, Jeff, family, and friends, as they experience hope and God’s grace through four years of war.

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Fire over Atlanta

Morris, Gilbert 1997

While the fires burn in Atlanta, love burns in the hearts of both Yankees and Rebels. After seeing the way Jeff looks at pretty little Lucy Driscoll, Leah fears she's lost his interest forever. She's got a plan that will make him green with jealousy. But will her plan backfire? And love is brewing on the front lines too.

Will Royal or Drake win the hand of the lovely Miss Lori? And what will become of quirky Charlie? The poor orphaned girl acts more like a boy than a young lady seeking to become a fine Southern woman. The excitement continues and true love is revealed in another story of the Bonnets and Bugles of the Civil War.

Fire Over Atlanta is the ninth of a ten book series, that tells the story of two close families find themselves on different sides of the Civil War after the fall of Fort Sumter in April 1861. Thirteen year old Leah becomes a helper in the Union army with her father, who hopes to distribute Bibles to the troops.

Fourteen year old Jeff becomes a drummer boy in the Confederate Army and struggles with faith while experiencing personal hardship and tragedy. The series follows Leah, Jeff, family, and friends, as they experience hope and God’s grace through four years of war.

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Publication Order of American Century Books

A Bright Tomorrow / A Time To Be Born

Morris, Gilbert 1995

Meet the Stuart family: eight children raised in the hills of Arkansas by their godly and determined mother, Marian, who does her best to lead her children to Christ. But as her three oldest, Lylah, Amos, and Owen, each decide to go their own ways, none seem to follow the path Marian has laid out for them.

Set at the turn of the twentieth century, this first of the American Century series tells the story of a time of growth and opportunity. Filled with historical figures such as Theodore Roosevelt and James Randolph Hearst, this fascinating book will draw readers into the exciting events of the time and the lives of the family it follows.

As the Stuarts mature, so does a young nation racked with uncertainty and growing pains of its own. Previously published as A Time to Be Born

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Hope Takes Flight / A Time To Die

Morris, Gilbert 1995

Just years before America witnessed the turn of the century, the three eldest Stuart children left their home in the hills of Arkansas to pursue their dreams in the land of opportunity. Now they are back for a family reunion at the humble home they left years ago.

In an unforeseeable turn of events, their visit is cut short when Lylah and Amos are required to return to the city as the world edges closer to war. Within months they find themselves and their brother Gavin deeply involved in the war efforts, but not in the ways they had ever expected.

And as the conditions in Europe worsen, they must face a startling reality: before it's all over, the war could claim the life of one of their own. Will the Stuarts survive these tumultuous times and return to their family safe and sound? Or will World War I forever change the lives they know?

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One Shining Moment / A Time To Laugh

Morris, Gilbert 1995

The war in Europe is over and a new feeling of freedom is sweeping across America. The skirts are getting shorter, the women are getting faster, and the Stuart family is caught up in a sea of changes. From the Arkansas hills to the streets of Chicago, with a stop off in Hollywood on the way, One Shining Moment will hold readers in its mesmerizing grip.

From daring cross-country flights to seedy speakeasies to the Salvation Army headquarters, the Stuarts cross paths with the likes of Louis Armstrong, Rudolph Valentino, and Al Capone himself while they chase their dreams--and try to stay alive! Can the Stuart family survive in this country turned upside down?

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A Season of Dreams / A Time to Weep

Morris, Gilbert 1996

After the tumultuous 1920s, the Stuart family and the rest of America must grapple with a terrible turn of events: the Great Depression. While grateful for what they have, the Stuarts have to watch carefully lest times get even harder. When Jerry Stuart goes to Hollywood to join Aunt Lylah, he becomes a stunt pilot.

He is not prepared for the turn his life will take. And half a continent away, Uncle Pete is fighting to keep his struggling oil rig out of the hands of the mighty Kingman Oil Company. From the destitution of the Oklahoma oil fields to the glitter of Hollywood's Golden Age, this beautiful story of a family uniting to save a dream will captivate readers.

And the realism borne out of Gilbert Morris's own experiences growing up during the Depression will make the settings and characters come alive.

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Winds of Change / A Time for War

Morris, Gilbert 1997

The close-knit Stuart clan becomes personally involved in WWII when several members of its younger generation go off to fight. Will and Clint are strongly rooted in their Christian heritage, but Adam's life has been aimless and bitter. While he fights his toughest battle within himself, he endangers the men under his command.

The three cousins' military exploits take them from the Arkansas hills to the jungles of Guadalcanal, from Hollywood to the forests of Germany. The Stuarts at home lean heavily on faith and family as they pray for their sons. Will the men return safely to the women and families who love them?

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Pages of Promise / A Time To Build

Morris, Gilbert 1998

As a new decade begins, the United States enters the war in Korea. From Hollywood to the Ozarks, the sons and daughters of Will and Marian Stuart are living out their dreams and living the good life. The next generation of Stuarts has everything they could possibly want.

Will they continue the family's legacy of faith as they launch out to pursue dreams of their own? Book 6 of the American Century series follows several of the younger Stuarts as they cope with war, disappointment, and shattered hopes. Returning to their roots on the family farm in Arkansas, they find love and healing in unexpected ways.

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Dawn of a New Day

Morris, Gilbert 2008

It is the tumultuous 1960s: Kennedy, Vietnam, the Civil Rights movement, and youth culture are on everyone's minds and lips. Prosperity and progress are undergirded with a sense of uneasiness for the Stuart family, along with the rest of the country. With a movie deal on the horizon, Bobby Stuart's star may be rising, but his descent into celebrity drug culture might be his undoing.

And young love is blooming between two people who never expected it. Gilbert Morris fans will be delighted with his foray into a colorful and controversial decade. Dawn of a New Day is the final, never-before-published conclusion to the popular American Century series.

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Publication Order of Katy Steele Books

Tracks of Deceit

Morris, Alan 1996

Dangerous mountain passages. A rough gang of laborers. A ruthless murderer. Katy Steele must overcome these obstacles on her quest for justice. With her partner, ex-gambler and actor Sam Bronte, Katy trails the saboteur of the Central Pacific Railroad--and her father's killer.

Will courage, cunning, and faith sustain her, or will she run down on the Tracks of Deceit?

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Imperial Intrigue

Morris, Alan 1996
Katy and Sam face their most challenging assignment yet: Escort a banished Austrian prince and his entire entourage across the wilderness to their ranch in Texas. Upon arriving they discover they will have to fight for their land and their lives. Read More

The Depths of Malice

Morris, Alan 1997
Katy Steele and her partner, Sam Bronte, face their most dangerous assignment yet when they travel to St. Louis to help Sam's younger brother find out who is behind a series of mishaps aboard his riverboat. Original. Read More

Publication Order of Spirit of Appalachia Books

Over the Misty Mountains

Morris, Gilbert 1997
To escape the pain of losing his wife, Hawk Spencer leads a wagon train to the Tennessee frontier. Spirit of Appalachia book 1. Read More

Beyond the Quiet Hills

Morris, Gilbert 1997
Stepbrothers fall in love with the same young woman after settling on the Tennessee frontier. The Spirit of Appalachia Book 2. Read More

Among the King's Soldiers

Morris, Gilbert 1998
Seth Donovan came to America fighting for the King but soon longs for the freedom he sees in Sara MacNeal. The Spirit of Appalachia Book 3. Read More

Beneath the Mockingbird's Wings

Morris, Gilbert 1999
Nathaniel Carter is torn between his white and Cherokee ancestries and must learn that his cause of war is wrong. The Spirit of Appalachia Book 4. Read More

Around the River's Bend

Gilbert Morris 2002
His ambitions to follow in Andrew Jackson's footsteps drawing him away from his parents' teachings, aspiring lawyer Joshua Spencer finds his decision challenging his relationship with Rachel and must choose between loyalties when a friend is wrongfully accused of a crime. Original. Read More

Publication Order of Daystar Voyages Books

Secret of the Planet Makon

Morris, Gilbert L. 1998

Expelled?Jerusha Ericson's got a problem. She's a strong, self-confident, and capable ensign at the Intergalactic Academy. Or at least she was, until she got expelled. Now her lifelong dream of being an Academy graduate has abruptly came to an end, and life lies before her like a dark, looming tunnel.

But Jerusha soon comes to see that there is a dim light at the end of that tunnel.Join Jerusha and her friends as they meet Captain Mark Edge and the mishmash crew of the Daystar. Experience their thrill of signing on to travel a secret and dangerous mission to the planet Makon.

And meet the rough inhabitants of Makon, who are less than happy to see the Daystar land on their arid planet. Travel along on Daystar Voyage #1 and see how honesty and integrity can not only make tough situations more amicable but can be a strong witness for Jesus Christ.

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Wizards of the Galaxy

Gilbert Morris 1998

Something evil lurks beneath the shimmering city of Merlina Dangerous wizards have taken over several small planets in a far corner of the galaxy but without the use of modern weapons of any kind. What's going on out there? While some of the Daystar crew believe the wizards possess a deadly evil force, others say it's just a mixture of myth and fairy tale.

But Merlina is not the only place where something is not right. The Daystar has a new surgeon on board, Dr. Temple Cole. While polite, intelligent, and extremely beautiful, she is definitely hiding something. Can the crew uncover her secret before it's too late? Join the young Space Rangers as they seek to divert the wicked plans of the wizards.

Share in their excitement as they see the power of Jesus conquer the evil forces of Satan. See how the crew of the Daystar learns that riches don't necessarily bring happiness, and things that look good on the outside can be rotten to the core.

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Escape from the Red Comet

Gilbert Morris 1998
In order to escape a strange comet that seems bent on destroying their spaceship, Captain Edge and the Space Rangers land on the planet Ciephus and find only children living there. Read More

Dark Spell Over Morlandria

Morris, Gilbert L. 1998

As soon as the crew of the Daystar completes one mission, it's on to the next! They're off to the planet Morlandria for rest and relaxation - or so the crew thinks!This time the Commandant has a secret mission for Captain Edge. He must stop the assassination of King Denethor.

Yet even though the Jerusha is oblivious to the circumstances surrounding their true reason for landing on Morlandria, she can tell that something on the planet is not quite right. And the rest of the crew soon discovers the same thing. Something evil is lurking in Morlandria!Can the crew get together and stop this evil from taking over? Can they save the king and his family from death?Join the crew of the Daystar as they discover what God can do when we trust Him and how prayer is the most powerful weapon against the forces of darkness.

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Revenge of the Space Pirate

Morris, Gilbert L. 1998

Zaria's Escaped!The Queen of Darkness has gotten away from her captors and has taken over the star ship of two young Space Academy cadets. Karl Bentlow and Olga Von Kemp have been hijacked! And more terrible than that, Zaria is steering them toward the Cygnus Sector, an area of space that no one has entered and returned alive.

She's looking for space pirate Sir Richard Irons. Captain Edge and the crew of the Daystar set out to rescue Karl and Olga and foil the plans of Zaria and Richard Irons. On approaching Irons' headquarters, Ringo notices that the medallion he's worn about his neck for most of his life resembles some of the ancient statues and writings on Irons's planet.

Does Sir Richard Irons have a connection to Ringo's dead father? Join the excitement as the Space Rangers see the power of Jesus break the power of Satan. Discover how even the most evil people can be released from the power of their pasts in Revenge of the Space Pirate.

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Invasion of the Killer Locusts

Morris, Gilbert L. 1999

Bugs have invaded Capella! Capella is under attack. Giant killer locusts have descended on the planet and are destroying everything in their path. The castle has been surrounded and the Space Rangers have been called in to help.Dai Bando has a dream about a Princess who is trapped on a mountain by these terrible beasts.

When the mountain in the middle of Capella matches the one in his dream, the crew decides to take the dream seriously, and Dai and Jerusha are sent out to find the missing ruler.Can Dai and Jerusha climb Mt. Wildersarn to save Princess Sanara before it's too late? Will the Daystar be forced to leave Capella, abandoning the two Rangers to face the locusts on their own? Join the crew of the Daystar as they discover that God has given each of His children different gifts and abilities.

We were never meant to do the same things, and if we will obey Him, He will use our individual talents to accomplish His will.

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Dangers of the Rainbow Nebula

Gilbert Morris 1999

Captain Edge and the crew of the Daystar are off on another exciting mission, this time to save the crew of the Wellington from certain destruction by the gravitron threads of the Rainbow Nebula.But there is a troublemaker in the ranks. Greedy Hector Jordan has another plan to make himself rich, and this time it means stealing supplies on board the starship to build a virtual reality machine.

After enlisting Ringo to help him build the computer that runs the machine, Heck puts the crew's lives in danger by stealing power from the ship's main fuel cells.Join the Daystar Space Rangers and the crew of the Daystar as they make a heroic rescue.

Discover how God can give compassion and power to overcome past hurts and teach us to love those who have wronged us. And see how God can use Heck's machine for good even though Heck meant it for selfish gain.

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The Frozen Space Pilot

Gilbert Morris 1999

The Daystar crew discovers an escape pod that was frozen in time. The pilot inside, Galan Knowles, has been frozen for more than 5000 years! But their thrilling discovery enrages the Daystar's enemy, Sir Richard Irons and the Jackray. Before the Jackray ambushes, the crew must start putting the pieces together.

In this fast-paced sci-fi adventure, the space rangers discover how God reveals Himself to us in times of fear and confusion.

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The White Dragon of Sharnu

Gilbert Morris 2000

Regent Lansur is clearly trying to thwart the coronation of the crown prince of Sharnu. Then the regent throws Daystar's navigator into the castle dungeon. How does this all fit into the mysterious and dangerous white dragon that flies around in space? Join in the excitement as the Daystar crew learns to trust God more deeply amidst this dangerous mission.

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Attack of the Denebian Starship

Morris, Gilbert L. 2000

The Daystar Rangers are in a bind. With their favorite Captain Edge assigned to another ship, they end up with a mean and quite troublesome captain. She seems intent on causing problems. With an enemy ship aimed right at the Daystar, what will the crew do? And how will their new leader react? Come aboard with Ringo and friends and find out what God can do in the tightest of spots.

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Publication Order of Chronicles of the Golden Frontier Books

Riches Untold

Morris, Gilbert 1998
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Unseen Riches

Morris, Gilbert 1999

She's overcome the challenges of widowhood, poverty, and newspaper publishing. Now if she can only settle the conflict within her heart. With high hopes of the adventure to come, Jennifer DeSpain, along with her family and friends, is embarking on a journey that will change their lives forever.

Abandoning the comforts of their home and well-established newspaper, they head east to Colorado. But when the train comes to an abrupt stop, the adventure is just beginning. The Kissing Bandit strikes again--stealing both her money and a kiss! Determined to overcome this loss, Jennifer and her editor, Jason, manage to print the first issues of their new paper.

Life is improving until Jason suffers a terrible accident, which forces Jennifer to run the paper herself. Overwhelmed with despair and frustration at the uncooperative press, Jennifer is on the verge of quitting--until two men enter their lives who must be heaven-sent.

Preacher brings truth and miracles. And with an eye on Jennifer, the handsome rancher Lance Rivers insists on taking care of them. Adored by everyone except a bitter and jealous Jason, Lance seems the perfect addition to their family. Can he be the one who Jennifer can finally trust with her heart?

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Above the Clouds

Morris, Gilbert 1999

With her sudden wealth she can have whatever her heart desires. But it may cost her what she treasures most. Life in Black Hawk, Colorado, keeps Jennifer DeSpain and her fiancé, Jason Stone, busy but content. Everything changes, though, when a craggy old miner bursts into their office and declares that he has struck gold in the small mine Jennifer owns.

Accustomed to poverty, this new-found wealth easily consumes her family's interests. Even Jennifer's husband-to-be is captivated by the prospects. Representing Jennifer and her money, Jason takes a stagecoach to a nearby prospering town to stake new mining claims.

By the end of the long and treacherous ride, he is well acquainted with another of the passengers--a young actress who has decided that the handsome and apparently wealthy Jason will be hers. Wanting to believe that this new relationship is strictly platonic, he spends more and more time with the beautiful young woman, all the while claiming that he loves only Jennifer.

But before Jason and Jennifer can hope to share true love, they must each return to their first love. It will be a tumultuous journey for them both. Will they face it together... or alone?

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The Silver Thread

Morris, Gilbert 2000

A sister missing. A brother searching. Each needing an answer to save a life. Abby DeSpain is missing--gone without a clue! But her brother Grant has his suspicions. The very idea that Abby could be chasing after that rogue Billy Rogers and running straight into trouble spurs Grant onto her trail.

Boomtown after boomtown brings him no closer to finding his sister, but in each he encounters characters who intrigue him and challenges that build his character--all of which guide him to astonishing answers to his life-long questions. Abby is indeed searching for Billy.

He's left her a trail of letters promising her the world. Promises she feels she deserves--and ones she intends to make him keep. But when the trail abruptly ends in the most lawless boomtown of them all, trouble finds Abby quickly, and she soon learns that her normal tricks do not work.

With time running out, Abby realizes she must ask for help from the only one who can save her--the one she abandoned long ago.

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Publication Order of Dixie Morris Animal Adventures Books

Dixie & Jumbo

Morris, Gilbert 1998
With her missionary parents away in Africa, Dixie longs to make new friends until a young man arrested for theft tells her where to find a missing circus elephant, and she must rely on her Christian faith to care for and protect the huge beast Read More

Dixie & Stripes

Morris, Gilbert 1998
While traveling with the circus along with her Aunt Sarah, a veterinarian, Dixie makes friends with Stripes, a white Bengal tiger, but when someone lets the big cat loose, Dixie must rely on her courage and her Christian faith to lure him back before anyone gets hurt Read More

Dixie & Dolly

Morris, Gilbert 1998
When Dixie's parents go to Africa, she stays with her Aunt Sarah, a circus veterinarian, who becomes the caretaker for Dolly, a gorilla who knows sign language, and Dixie finds herself helping the gorilla get a pet cat Read More

Dixie & Sandy

Morris, Gilbert 1998
Dixie and her aunt Sarah travel to the Middle East to try to help Aimee, a friend who has been rejected by her family because she has become a Christian, and to rescue Sandy, Aimee's pet camel Read More

Dixie & Ivan

Morris, Gilbert 1998

Dixie & Bandit

Morris, Gilbert 1998
Dixie finds herself adopted by a racoon and its babies while helping out at Aunt Sarah's and Uncle Roy's and cannot help becoming enmeshed in a scheme to save the critters from a bounty hunter Read More

Dixie & Champ

Morris, Gilbert 1999
Dixie Morris makes friends with a Romany boy, who teaches her how to ride his quarterhorse, Champ, in rodeo barrel races, as she makes his family welcome and defends them with the help of her Christian faith when they are accused of being horse thieves Read More

Dixie & Perry

Morris, Gilbert L. 1999

How does Dixie Morris get into so many mixups all at once? Jared Eagle moves into the neighborhood and teaches Dixie how to train falcons. That won't make problems--or will it? Billy Joe Satterfield picks on the new boy, and English class explodes. Dixie and Jared can't be blamed for that--or can they? Dixie needs $500 to go on the church missions trip.

That is $500 she doesn't have. But she'll get it--or will she? And then Billy Joe shoots an endangered bird. Dixie and Jared should tell Sheriff Peck--or should they? Join Dixie and Jared in their adventures, and see how the questions get answered in Dixie and Perry.

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Dixie & Blizzard

Morris, Gilbert L. 1999

Dixie's off to the cold world of Alaska.Fifteen degrees below zero and twelve inches of snow. How different Alaska is from life on the farm. And as a welcome to this land of snow Dixie and her friend get stuck out in a snowstorm!When the two are rescued by Lars Bjoren and his dog sled team, Dixie meets a sad and lonely man who lives on the outskirts of town.

And when Lars's brother and sister-in-law are killed in an automobile crash, he is thrust into instant parenthood as his niece and nephew come to live with him in Alaska. How can Dixie help him?Join Dixie Morris in Dixie and Blizzard as she befriends a lonely man and helps him rekindle his love for God and an old flame.

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Dixie & Flash

Morris, Gilbert 1999
When Dixie Morris joins her parents, missionaries to the Masai in Tanzania, she rescues and trains a cheetah she calls Flash, and must rely on her Christian faith when Miller the trader teams up with the local witch doctor in a plot to steal Flash. Read More

Publication Order of Too Smart Jones Books

Too Smart Jones and the Pool Party Thief

Morris, Gilbert 1999
When the Jones family moves to another town Juliet thinks she can shed her nickname by pretending not to be smart until she finds herself in the middle of a mystery Read More

Too Smart Jones and the Buried Jewels

Morris, Gilbert L. 1999

Juliet and her friends are planting flowers in the city park when they hit upon something that doesn't belong. It's an old, rotted box full of jewels. Where did it come from? And where does it belong? When 'Too Smart' Jones tries to solve the mystery of the buried jewels, she realizes how important it is to do the right thing.

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Too Smart Jones and the Disappearing Dogs

Morris, Gilbert 2000
While searching in the woods for leaves to add to their collection, Juliet and Joe encounter a funny-acting brown dog, that becomes the beginning of a string of vanishing dogs. Read More

Too Smart Jones and the Spooky Mountain

Morris, Gilbert L. 2000

Too Smart Jones and her friends discover a mysterious house outside of town. When she and her brother decide to look around inside the house they hear a strange sound and as they leave. Too Smart also sees a light from inside the house. To add to the mystery, there has been a black limousine seen in town, and nobody knows the owners.

Not wanting to get caught doing something wrong, Too Smart doesn't tell her parents that she has been visiting the old house trying to figure out what is happening and learns a lesson in honesty.

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Too Smart Jones and the Dangerous Woman

Morris, Gilbert L. 2000
There's a woman living in an alley in the middle of town. Where did she come from? Too Smart Jones sets out to find the answers about Butcher-Knife Annie. How will they solve this mystery while treating Annie in a way pleasing to God? Read More

Too Smart Jones and the Cat's Secret

Morris, Gilbert 2000
Shortly after she and her friends visit a local nursing home, twelve-year-old Juliet "Too Smart" Jones finds that her kitten Boots keeps disappearing and then returning home having been brushed and fed. Read More

Too Smart Jones and the Stanger in the Cave

Morris, Gilbert L. 2000

Juliet Too Smart Jones loves a good mystery. And she seems to find them wherever she goes. When she and her brother Joe stumble upon an old cave, Juliet finds herself on the brink of yet another mystery. Is this cave dangerous? Is there a criminal living in this cave? Come along and see what happens when Juliet and her friend Jenny stakeout the mysterious cave, waiting for the mysterious stranger to appear.

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Too Smart Jones and the Wilderness Mystery

Morris, Gilbert L. 2000
Juliet Jones and her homeschool friends are headed for a wilderness trip of camping and whitewater rafting. The perfect trip turns sour when things start disappearing. Come along with Too Smart Jones and her friends in the wilderness as they try to solve this mystery. Read More

Too Smart Jones and the Stolen Bicycle

Morris, Gilbert 2000
Juliet Jones swings into action when bicycles begin to disappear throughout the neighborhood. Read More

Too Smart Jones and the Mysterious Artist

Morris, Gilbert L. 2000

The town Too Smart Jones lives in is being covered in graffiti. While trying to find who has been putting the graffiti on the walls, Too Smart and her friends discover a large mural and nobody knows who painted it. The same painting appears on canvas in a local artist's section of the art museum and again, nobody knows who painted it.

While searching for this mysterious artist Too Smart learns an important lesson on the power of faith and prayer.

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Publication Order of Omega Books

The Beginning Of Sorrows

Morris, Gilbert 1999

Popular, dedicated nature worshiper, Aristide Luca Therion, becomes President of the waning United States of America when President Biship Beckwith dies in a fiery plane crash. Therion implements Project Final Unity, an electrical blackout covertly contrived by the German Union allies and Minden Lauer, Therion's spiritual mistress.

The blackout is soon out of control, shutting down the entire country and bringing about chaos, anarchy, and famine. Will believers be able to once again bring hope or is this "The Beginning of Sorrows?

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Fallen Stars, Bitter Waters

Morris, Gilbert 2000

The second book in the Omega Trilogy unfolds the mythic struggle between good and evil as Christians resist the takeover of the Earth after the fall of the United States. This rousing novel is designed to open new ways of thinking about what the end times will be like and what they will mean to believers.

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Publication Order of Seven Sleepers: The Lost Chronicles Books

The Spell of the Crystal Chair

Morris, Gilbert 2000

The Dark Lord has been busy, and once again Goel is sending the Seven Sleepers to spoil his plans. This time Josh and his friends are off to Whiteland, a place of sled dogs and igloos, polar bears, and seals. The Sleepers soon learn that Whiteland is also the home of the dreaded ice wraiths, the warlike Yanti people, and a crafty dark-hearted wizard.

Then they hear the really scary news: their job is to destroy a special chair deep inside the wizard's palace. But what about the fearsome creature that guards the Crystal Chair? And what about the wizard himself? See what happens when the Sleepers obey Goel, the good leader who always gives his friends just what they need.

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The Savage Games of Lord Zarak

Morris, Gilbert 2000

The Seven Sleepers are confronted by an evil king involved in a deadly game of cat and mouse. He punishes perceived wrongdoers by giving them a no-win choice: be imprisoned in a dungeon for life or take a chance at freedom by escaping from his estate past his savage hunting dogs.

The game is deadly. The enemy even deadlier. The Dark Lord has gained a foothold at the highest level. Pride has seeped into the heart of the king and it is destroying his entire kingdom and all its people.Come along on the adventures of the Seven Sleepers in the Lost Chronicles Series.

The Savage Game of Lord Zarak is sure to thrill readers while teaching them important principles of following Christ.

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The Strange Creatures of Dr. Korbo

Morris, Gilbert 2000

The Seven Sleepers have seen their share of strange animals in Nuworld. But Josh and his friends have never seen anything like the animals in Dr. Korbo's country. Where did squirrels the size of elephants come from, anyway? Is the evil doctor somehow responsible? God knows how to put his people in the right place at the right time.

So when the Sleepers hear what Dr. Korbo plans to do next, they decide to stop him. Follow Josh and company into danger and see what happens.

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City of the Cyborgs

Morris, Gilbert 2000

Although the Seven Sleepers don't know anything about cyborgs, they agree to help their new friend Rainor rescue his sweetheart from them. But the city of the cyborgs is totally bizarre. The Sleepers get in, but they can't get out. Watch Josh and Sarah and your other Sleeper friends tackle their rescue mission.

And see them get the advice they need from God, their good leader, at just the right time.

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The Temptations of Pleasure Island

Gilbert Morris 2000

The Seven Sleepers get to take a much-needed vacation. Traveling to a place called Pleasure Island, they find a virtual paradise where games and parties are constantly happening. Gambling is the norm and if some unlucky person loses everything they have, they are forced to work as slaves in the mines.

Watch Josh and Sarah and your other Sleeper friends figure out the best way to handle situations involving behavior they know is wrong.

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The Victims of Nimbo

Morris, Gilbert 2000

The Cloud People need the Seven Sleepers' help, but the boys are gone on a hunting trip. Sarah and Abby decide not to wait for them. Maybe they can solve the problem all by themselves. Big mistake. What they can't see coming is trouble with an evil high priest who will put Sarah's life in danger.

But their wise friend Goel knows how to bring good things out of bad -- even when his people make foolish choices. 

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The Terrible Beast of Zor

Morris, Gilbert 2000

The King of Madria is dying and the armies of Zor have surrounded the kingdom. Some people in the kingdom have even started to follow the Dark Lord. Losing ground, the armies of Madria need a leader. The Prince, who only cares for himself and what makes him happy, is not interested in this role.

Goel instructs the Seven Sleepers to try and save Madria by teaching the Prince some of the lessons they have learned, and helping him realize to be a great leader is to be a servant.

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Publication Order of The Adventures of the Kerrigan Kids Books

Painted Warriors and Wild Lions

Morris, Gilbert L. 2001

Duffy Kerrigan has three adopted siblings. Seth from Nigeria, Juan from Mexico, and Pearl from Hong Kong. One of their first trips with their father is to Africa. There Duffy immediately becomes critical of the different way Africans do things. As she learns more about the culture, she discovers that different does not necessarily mean wrong and that much can be learned from other cultures.

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Buckingham Palace and the Crown Jewels

Morris, Gilbert L. 2001

Traveling with their father to England, the Kerrigan Kids quickly learn the differences between life in America and England, such as cars driving on the 'wrong' side of the road. While the rest of the family is having fun leaning new things, Juan is overcome by a complaining and selfish spirit.

However, the lessons he learns about English culture serve to teach Juan the importance of putting others needs ahead of his own.

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Kangaroos and the Outback

Morris, Gilbert L. 2001

The Kerrigans learn valuable lessons as everything begins to go wrong on their trip to Australia. Their luggage was misdirected, the girls suffer food poisoning, Mr. Kerrigan loses a contact, and their all-purpose vehicle breaks down on a rural road. The Kerrigans learn the valuable lesson that bad things can happen to good people and that it is critical to trust in God even during difficult circumstances.

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Nine Story Pagodas and Double Decker Buses

Morris, Gilbert L. 2001

Pearl gets the opportunity to visit the area where she was born when Mr. Kerrigan is assigned a job in Hong Kong. On the plane, the family meets two young children who are going to live with their Grandparents in Hong Kong. However, there is no one to meet their new friends at the airport so the Kerrigan clan puts into practice what they recently learned about the Good Samaritan.

As they make sure the children find their grandparents' house, they make new friends, and learn about Chinese culture.

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Publication Order of Cheney and Shiloh: The Inheritance Books

Where Two Seas Met

Morris, Lynn 2001

Newlyweds Cheney Duvall and Shiloh Irons-Winslow are enjoying an idyllic honeymoon aboard a ship in the West Indies. But when a fierce storm interrupts their carefree days, Cheney and Shiloh find themselves on a small island facing a mysterious illness.

Quarantining the island and the ship's crew, Cheney and Shiloh work themselves to exhaustion as they care for those infected with the highly contagious disease. When Cheney collapses, Shiloh fears the worst. Has their love overcome all odds only to be tragically cut short? Since his plot to ruin Cheney was exposed, Bain Winslow has fled New York and is now the owner of a large spice plantation—on the same island where Cheney and Shiloh are caring for the plague victims! Discovering the island has been quarantined, Bain rages against Cheney and Shiloh, refusing any attempt at reconciliation.

Will Bain ever accept Shiloh as the legitimate heir to the Winslow fortune?

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The Moon by Night

Morris, Lynn 2004

Book 2 of Cheney and Shiloh: The Inheritance. Cheney and Shiloh Irons-Winslow return to New York from their honeymoon and enthusiastically begin work--Shiloh at Winslow Brothers Shipping and Cheney in her medical career. But their tranquility is shattered when Cheney discovers that a young doctor she hired as an assistant hides a scandal in his past and possibly murder in his heart! Danger and plot twists abound as the Morrises pen yet another thrilling chapter in the continuing saga of the much-loved Cheney and Shiloh.

Sequel to Where to Seas Met.

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There is a Season

Lynn Morris 2005

Hoping to escape a brutal New York winter, Cheney and Shiloh travel with a group of friends to Sangria House, a small citrus plantation in Florida. But when they arrive, all is not as they expected. Though the place seems deserted, with no supplies or staff, they manage to get settled in and look forward to enjoying a relaxing holiday together.

But when they find something dreadful in the wine cellar, they wonder if perhaps Sangria House is not the haven they had thought it would be. Cheney and Shiloh: The Inheritance Book 3.

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Publication Order of Lions of Judah Books

Heart of a Lion

Morris, Gilbert 2000

In his newest series, much-loved master storyteller Gilbert Morris turns his imagination to the Jewish ancestry of Jesus of Nazareth. Combining extensive research with skillful plotting, Morris creates believable scenarios and great stories. The result is an exciting series with riveting, action-packed adventures that will entertain, enlighten, and challenge readers as never before.

In the series debut, Heart of a Lion, Noah struggles to resist the siren call of the world's pleasures, while straining to hear the still, small voice of his father's God. The reader is in for a roller-coaster ride of surprises as humanity's common ancestor fights the spiritual battle of the ages.

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No Woman So Fair

Morris, Gilbert, 2003

Book 2 of Lions of Judah. Much-loved master storyteller Gilbert Morris has turned an imaginative pen to the lives of the patriarchs. Combining extensive research with skillful plotting, Morris creates believable scenarios in which his fictional characters are worthy of their biblical counterparts.

The result is an exciting story with riveting, action-packed adventures that will entertain, enlighten, and challenge readers to think in new ways about familiar stories from the Bible. In No Woman So Fair, Abram and Sarai struggle with the call of God on their lives and his promise to give them a child.

Their battles with doubt and temptation will have readers glued to the pages and seeing spiritual forbears in a new light.

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The Gate of Heaven

Morris, Gilbert, 2004

Much-loved storyteller Gilbert Morris turns an imaginative pen to the lives of the patriarchs. Combining extensive research with an action-packed and skillful plotting, Morris creates believable scenarios in which his ?ctional characters parallel their biblical counterparts.

The Gates of Heaven follows the dramatic journey of Jacob, from deceiving his brother and being deceived in his choice of wife, to his life-changing encounter with God. Meanwhile, Jacob's only daughter, Dinah, buys a slave who is actually an aristocrat from Crete.

Will he come to love Jacob's God as well as his daughter? Book 3 of the bestselling Lions of Judah.

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Till Shiloh Comes

Gilbert Morris 2005

The familiar story of patriarch Jacob and his twelve sons comes to new life and power in this masterful retelling by Gilbert Morris. Joseph seems to be the one who will be chosen to carry on the family name and birthright, but Jacob makes a startling announcement: "The scepter will not depart from Judah until Shiloh comes…" Lions of Judah, Book 4.

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By Way of the Wilderness

Gilbert Morris 2005

The always-compelling story of Moses, told as only master storyteller Gilbert Morris can deliver it. Readers will feel the sand beneath their feet as they follow Moses through his days in Pharaoh's court, his exile in the desert in Midian, his return to Egypt and confrontation with Pharaoh, to leading his people into the desert on their quest to reach the Promised Land.

Lions of Judah Book 5.

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Daughter of Deliverance

Morris, Gilbert 2006
Gilbert Morris tells the story of two star-crossed lovers on opposite sides of a war. One trying to save her family and the other trying to save his people. Book 6 in the Lions of Judah series. Read More

Publication Order of Lone Star Legacy Books

Deep in the Heart

Morris, Gilbert 2003
The Texas Frontier provides for riveting adventure and inspiring characters as this historical fiction series draws readers into the struggle for freedom. Read More

The Yellow Rose

Morris, Gilbert 2004
The Texas Frontier provides for riveting adventure and inspiring characters as this historical fiction series draws readers into the struggle for freedom. Read More

The Eyes of Texas

Morris, Gilbert 2005
The Texas Frontier provides for riveting adventure and inspiring characters as this historical fiction series draws readers into the struggle for freedom. Read More

Publication Order of The Creoles Books

The Exiles

Morris, Gilbert 2003

Book one of The Creoles Series, captivating novels from bestselling authors Gilbert and Lynn Morris, introduces Chantel Fontaine. Readers follow Chantel through the streets and swamps of Louisiana as she falls in love, faces the loss of both her parents, and searches for the baby sister she thought was lost forever.

The culture of the citizens of nineteenth-century New Orleans was as varied and intriguing as their complexions-French, Spanish, African, and American. As the layers of these cultures intertwine, a rich, entertaining story of love and faith emerges. It is the early 1800s, and Chantel Fountaine, has finished her education at the Ursuline Convent.

But the trials and tragedies that preceded her graduation have put her Christian beliefs to the test.The authors' unique perspective and the distinctive cultural setting make this novel come alive in the minds and hearts of readers.

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The Immortelles

Morris, Gilbert 2004

For her sixteenth birthday, Damita De Salvado receives a beautiful slave girl, Rissa, but mistreats her, revealing Damita's prejudice and hardening Rissa's heart. When her family experiences financial hardships, Damita grudgingly sells Rissa to a mysterious Christian doctor, Jefferson Whitman, who is Rissa's adopted brother.

Now the tables have turned: Rissa is a wealthy, free woman, while Damita's family struggles to keep the plantation. Will both women find the love and security they long for?

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The Alchemy

Gilbert Morris 2004

Each book in The Creoles Series revolves around one of four girls who become close friends while attending a convent school in New Orleans. The third book, The Alchemy focuses on Simone d'Or, a vivacious young woman hardened by high society life, and Colin Seymour, a talented young man from humble beginnings.

As the famed singer and composer Lord Beaufort nurtures Colin's singing voice, Colin rises to stardom in the opera world. At first, Simone judges Colin as a man beneath her standing, but after hearing Colin at the opera, she finds herself captivated by his talent and passion.

Meanwhile, Simone's brother places the family name in jeopardy by his gambling debt, and she must face the possibility of marrying Vernay, a rigid young man of equal status who is feared for his skill in dueling others to the death.

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The Tapestry

Gilbert Morris 2005

The Creoles Series tells the stories of four young women who attend the Ursuline Convent School in New Orleans during the early nineteenth century. Each book is a romantic adventure that focuses on one woman as she faces the trials of life and faith. In this striking conclusion to The Creoles Series, Gilbert Morris delivers his award-winning storytelling, told against a cultural background unique to this series alone.

Abandoned as an infant on the steps of the Ursuline Convent School, Leonie Vernay has endured the emotional and financial poverty of an orphan. Now a young woman making her way as a humble seamstress in New Orleans, she is startled by a mysterious stranger who claims to know her identity-and her relatives.

Will Leonie find acceptance with her long-lost family, or is she on a misguided quest? In The Tapestry, Leonie must decide if her longing to belong has clouded her judgment and her ability to see love in others.

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Publication Order of Singing River Books

The Homeplace

Morris, Gilbert 2005

Lanie took out her journal and dated it April 12, 1928. She started the habit of writing down everything that happened to her when she was no more than eight years old, and now she had six journals completely full. She thought about the prize at school, almost prayed to win, but somehow she could not.

“God,” she finally said, “I’ll do my best, and if you’ll help me, that’s all I ask.”Fourteen-year-old Lanie Belle Freeman of Fairhope, Arkansas, has high hopes for her future. Happy on the five-acre family homeplace, she dreams of going to college and becoming a writer.

And with her father launching a new business and her mother expecting the fifth baby, the bright days of an early Southern spring seem to herald expansive new beginnings for the Freeman family.But her mother isn’t as strong as she should be, and it’s going to take time for the business to pay back the mortgage.

When unexpected tragedy strikes, it is left to Lanie to keep the family together and hold on to their home. In a world shaken by the Great Depression, it is faith in God and love in a tightly knit family that will help Lanie and her siblings overcome the odds and create a future that promises the fulfillment of love.

The Homeplace offers a warmhearted and inspiring saga of a courageous young woman who holds her family together through the Depression era.

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The Dream

Morris, Gilbert 2006

Lanie Freeman had to grow up fast. Her mother died when she was just fourteen and now her father is in prison. The oldest of five children, seventeen-year-old Lanie has transformed into a surrogate mother … and a beautiful young woman. Not only must she keep her family together, but lately she has drawn the attention of Roger Langley, son of the richest man in town.

Tensions run deep between the Freemans and the Langleys. And on top of it all, Louise Langley accuses Lanie of trying to snatch away her handsome fiancé, Dr. Owen Merrit. Dr. Merrit has long helped out the Freeman children, but Lanie isn’t sure he even notices that she’s no longer a child.

Then Fairhope is thrown into chaos when the new preacher arrives―wearing blue jeans and riding a motorcycle. In only a month, dashing Brother Colin Ryan shakes the entire town to the core of their beliefs. With the town embattled over the preacher, her family struggling to survive, and her own heart in turmoil, Lanie seeks solace in her writing.

She pours out her heart to God, trusting his promises. But when things fall apart at every turn, will Lanie continue to trust? The Dream continues the inspiring saga of one woman’s struggle to hold together her family and follow her dreams in the midst of America’s darkest hour.

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The Miracle

Morris, Gilbert 2007

Raising four strong-willed younger siblings after her mother’s death and her father’s imprisonment, seventeen-year-old Lanie Freeman never knows what new adventure will roll into view―such as her brother’s wild idea to turn the family’s old truck into a traveling store.

The Freeman Rolling Emporium could provide the financial security Lanie and her family so desperately need, or it could tear them apart. Yet it’s only a prelude to other changes. Author Brent Hayden’s arrival in Fairhope breathes fresh life into Lanie’s dream of becoming a writer.

And then the hammer descends …Lanie’s father is diagnosed with cancer, and the faith and unity of her family are stretched to the limit. And on top of this shattering news, a crisis is about to strike that will rock the whole town of Fairhope―and shatter Lanie’s dreams of love.

The Miracle continues the story of a young woman’s valiant struggle to uphold her faith, her family, and her dreams during the height of the Great Depression.

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The Courtship

Morris, Gilbert 2007

Lanie Freeman and her siblings have survived the Great Depression without their father. They are convinced that he has been unjustly imprisoned. Lanie’s strong-willed sister, Maeva, runs away to Los Angeles to find the one woman in a city of thousands who can prove their father’s innocence.

Nothing Lanie says can deter Maeva from her mission. Even as her family seems to be unraveling, Lanie’s dream of writing becomes a reality. Lanie is on the verge of becoming a published author. Amid the excitement, she still feels a deep longing for something more, a yearning for love, a home, and a family of her own.

When two suitors propose, it does nothing to quiet her heart. Lanie resigns herself to leave Maeva’s safety and her father’s future in God’s hands. But can she trust God to show her the right man and the right plan for her life?

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Publication Order of Wagon Wheels Books

Santa Fe Woman

Morris, Gilbert 2006

Ever since her mother’s death, twenty-two year old Jori Hayden has lived safely under the shelter of her wealthy father. But when the severe economic depression of the 1800s destroys the family’s fortune, the Haydens must venture west together along the Santa Fe Trail in search of a new livelihood.

 With her father in poor health and her Aunt Kate–a dedicated Christian–keeping charge over the younger siblings, Jori hires Chad Rocklin right out of prison to lead their wagon train. And in a journey marked with danger at every turn, romance, faith, and family prove to be the biggest fortunes of all.

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A Man for Temperance

Morris, Gilbert 2007

In 1850, Temperance Peabody, age 32, is a plain yet beautiful woman who has yet to know the thrill of romantic love. Raised in the Oregon territory where her parents established a strict religious colony, she was never allowed to have a suitor but now longs to have a family of her own.

After her parents die and a cholera epidemic wracks the colony, Temperance feels called by God to take the surviving orphaned children back East to their extended families. But the only man available to accompany her on the dangerous journey is Thaddeus Brennan, a hard-edged drifter with good reasons of his own to get out of town.

Despite the mismatch of Temperance’s purity with Thad’s hot temper, heavy drinking, and distaste for kids, the intensities of their trek help the two find common ground, perhaps enough on which to build a lasting relationship. But life and love are unpredictable.

And when another man and woman join the journey, and a shock awaits two of the orphans, this hearty story of faith and new desires duly follows.

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Joelle's Secret

Morris, Gilbert 2008

Popular novelist Gilbert Morris finds fresh romantic, history-based inspiration in Joelle’s Secret. This mid-1800s tale begins with seventeen-year-old Joelle Jones fending off unwelcome advances from her predatory stepfather just after her mother has died.

When the man is declared Joelle’s legal guardian, she knows he will have his way with her, so in desperation runs away.Pursued by the stepfather who offers a reward for her return, Joelle cuts her long beautiful hair, poses as a young man, and finds work as a stablehand.

She meets a spiritually frustrated treasure hunter who—believing Joelle to be a male—invites her to join a wagon train to gold-rich California. But hard living on the trail makes it harder for Joelle to conceal her identity. When her traveling companion learns the truth, matters of faith and friendship become tense until Joelle helps him realize that God can indeed do all things, and that some things—like true love—are worth even more than gold.

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Angel Train

Morris, Gilbert 2009

Popular romance and historical fiction writer Gilbert Morris serves up his most unique story yet in Angel Train. The mid-1800s tale introduces Charity Morgan, a beautiful yet businesslike young heroine whose devout religious community is losing its Pennsylvania homestead to the economic recession.

To survive and stay together, the members plan to form a wagon train to Oregon where free land is aplenty. The only catch is that no wagon master is better equipped to lead them safely out West than inmate Casey Tremayne and his band of fellow felons.

After Charity?s prison warden uncle offers the men parole upon completion of this sacred and dangerous journey, only divine intervention can bring all parties to common ground.

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Publication Order of Jacques and Cleo: Cat Detectives Books

When the Cat's Away

Morris, Gilbert 2007

Readers of mysteries and cat lovers alike will devour this third whodunit in the Jacques & Cleo, Cat Detectives series by bestselling author, Gilbert Morris. When White Sands, Alabama, is chosen as the location for an international cat show, cat lovers from all over the world flock to the beach.

Jake Novak is disgusted at the idea of people fawning over cats, but his downstairs housemate, Mary Katherine Forrest, is delighted. And when the favorite pedigreed cat is kidnapped, however, the cat–loving world is shocked. Then other favored contestants disappear and Jake is hired to solve the catnapping.

As the plot thickens, the friends of Jake and Mary Katherine are drawn into the chase—Beverly Devon–Hunt, Enola Stern, and Oceola Plank join forces to run the catnapper to a blazing finish—aided of course, by Jacques the Ripper...

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The Cat's Pajamas

Morris, Gilbert 2007

Readers of mysteries and cat–lovers alike will devour this second whodunit in the Jacques & Cleo, Cat Detectives series by bestselling author, Gilbert Morris. Hollywood comes into the lives of the newest residents of Gulf Shores, Alabama. Jake Novak and Kate Forrest have settled into the beautiful beach house left to them by a distant relative.

Cat–hating Jake busies himself working on his novel in his upstairs apartment, while Kate gets involved in a beach ministry to young people. When New Leaf Productions arrives to film a movie, the locals are fascinated by the glamour of the actors. But when a cast member is murdered, followed quickly by a second killing, the town of Gulf Shores becomes worried.

Jacques the Ripper has solved one murder and when he and Cleo are recruited to be in the movie, Jacques throws himself into nosing around for clues—and a murderer. About this series: For years, mystery readers and cat lovers alike have devoured the suspense novels by Lillian Jackson Braun, Rita Mae Brown and others, in what has developed into the bestselling cat–mystery genre.

Now, veteran fiction author Gilbert Morris joins the ranks of those prestigious novelists with his Jacques and Cleo, Cat Detectives series, destined to become a welcome addition to this genre by feline fanatics everywhere.

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What the Cat Dragged In

Morris, Gilbert 2007

A charming new mystery series from beloved and bestselling author, Gilbert Morris... Introducing... Jacques the Ripper: A tough–minded “Savannah” breed of feline–fierce, enormous, and with a mind of his own. And... Cleo: A multi–colored “Rag Doll” with long silky hair.

Cleo is as affectionate as Jacques is tough and her favorite mode of transportation is draped over the shoulder of the nearest human. In their debut mystery, Jacques and Cleo and their owner...or rather the human they own, Kate Forrest, and her son, Jeremy, move to a beautiful beach house in Gulf Shores, Alabama, left to Kate by a distant relative.

The catch is that another distant relative, wanna–be novelist (and bonafide cat–hater) Jake Novak, has also inherited an interest in the house. Undeterred, Kate and Jeremy move in the downstairs quarters and Jake takes the separate apartment upstairs.

Then, when a murder occurs...everyone is stumped—but feline sleuths Jacques and Cleo come to the rescue and reveal the identity of the killer. About this series: For years, mystery readers and cat lovers alike have devoured the suspense novels by Lillian Jackson Braun, Rita Mae Brown and others, in what has developed into the bestselling cat–mystery genre.

Now, veteran fiction author Gilbert Morris joins the ranks of those prestigious novelists with his Jacques and Cleo, Cat Detectives series, destined to become a welcome addition to this genre by feline fanatics everywhere.

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Publication Order of Lady Trent Mysteries Books

The Mermaid in the Basement

Morris, Gilbert 2007

A wealthy widow of a nobleman, daughter of a famous scientist, and skeptic who only trusts what can be proven.Meet Serafina Trent. A woman about to take 19th Century London by storm.It's London, 1857, and everything is at stake for Serafina Trent. A woman of means .

. . but not the typical Victorian lady who feels her place is to be seen and not heard. When her brother's most recent female dalliance, a beautiful actress, is found murdered, all evidence points to him. Especially since the actress had just rejected him in a most public manner.

Now everyone believes Clive is headed for the gallows. Everyone, that is, but Serafina.Determined to prove her brother's innocence, Serafina finds herself working with unlikely allies—including Dylan Tremayne, a passionate storyteller and actor with a criminal past.

This novel will hold fans of mystery and history spellbound until the very last page.Victorian England comes alive in this intriguing new series from one of Christian fiction's favorite authors.

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A Conspiracy of Ravens

Gilbert Morris 2008

Lady Trent's sleuthing skills are put to the test in a Victorian mystery about mischief, murder, and a lost heir.With the aid of her partner Dylan Tremayne, Lady Serafina Trent aims to help her neighbors—the Haydens—determine who the true heir is to their sizable estate.

After some investigating, she shocks the Haydens when she reveals that the child they believed had died at birth is actually alive and living as a criminal in London's worst slum.Then the Hayden's butler is murdered and the stakes are dangerously raised.

Lady Serafina must employ her famous scientific reasoning to help her discover answers before foul play strikes again—though her beloved reason fails to explain her growing attraction to Dylan . . .Enjoy Victorian England through the eyes of Christian Fiction's most beloved author.

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Sonnet to a Dead Contessa

Morris, Gilbert 2009

When her best friend becomes the latest victim of a killer who targets women from the upper end of British society, Lady Trent vows to capture the murderer with the help of her partner Dylan Tremayne, but when all clues point to Lady Trent as the killer's next intended victim, Dylan, a devout Christian, leads her to a new life of faith.

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Publication Order of Winslow Breed Books

Honor in the Dust

Morris, Gilbert 2009

The grandfather of Christian fiction returns with the story of what happened to the winslow family during an earlier era when the Tudors reigned—tracing the doomed rise of Stuart Winslow within the salacious court of King Henry VIII.The determined Stuart Winslow will go to any lengths to lift himself and his widowed mother out of poverty.

After a distant relative manages to secure a place for Stuart in the court of King Henry VIII, Stuart quickly learns that the court is really a wicked cauldron of vices, power plays, and temptation. As Stuart rises at court, he is asked to find and deliver for execution an enemy of the king—William Tyndale, an acquaintance of Stuart’s whose sole ambition is to translate the Bible into the language of the common man.

Does Stuart fall prey to his dangerous ambition and accept the assignment? Or is he willing to face death at the stake for the sake of Christ?In Honor in the Dust, bestselling author Gilbert Morris captures the tone of the Tudor period beautifully, chronicling the period’s excesses with skill and prudence.

But like Morris’s other novels, it also contrasts those excesses with the godly behavior of real-life characters like William Tyndale. In this captivating historical drama, Stuart Winslow is caught between two worlds: one that promises material and worldly success, and one that promises salvation.

Is his faith strong enough to withstand such a challenge?

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When the Heavens Fall

Morris, Gilbert 2010

THE SECOND NOVEL IN THE WINSLOW BREED SERIES—THE PREQUEL TO THE FAMED HOUSE OF WINSLOW BREED SERIES!Brandon Winslow would rather gamble and frequent taverns than attend church. So how does he find himself at the forefront of the resistance to Bloody Mary’s attempt to eliminate—at sword’s point, if need be—the Protestant faith?During the reign of Mary I of England—"Bloody Mary"—young Brandon Winslow (son of Stuart, protagonist of Honor in the Dust, the first book in the Winslow Breed series) finds himself in dire straits.

After being flogged and then drummed out of the military for seducing the wife of his commanding officer, he sinks into a life of gambling and petty fraud along with Lupa, the fair gypsy woman who nursed him back to health. After Mary weds Prince Philip of Spain, she begins to work in earnest to establish Catholicism as the only faith in England—and to execute Protestants.

When Brandon sees several people burned at the stake in London for their faith, the experience changes him: Even though he has been only a nominal member of the Church of England, he finds himself compelled to stop those responsible for these outrages—and to do so before his uncle Quentin, a pastor, is himself burned at the stake.

Unfortunately, the only way to save Quentin and so many others is to make Princess Elizabeth (who is herself in danger of dying at Mary’s hand) queen. And that, of course, would be treason. Punishable by death. But then, Brandon has always been a gambler .

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As the Sparks Fly Upward

Morris, Gilbert 2011

The trilogy The Winslow Breed serves as a prequel to the author’s highly successful House of Winslow series. As the Sparks Fly Upward is the final book in the trilogy.Young Colin Winslow grows up feeling altogether different from the rest of his family.

Not bold and rough like his charismatic brother, Adam, or headstrong and spoiled like his sister, Adara, he is a gentle soul with a special love for natural things. His interest in animals, medicine, and healing brings him in contact with a strange woman who lives in the woods, Meg Caradoc.

She teaches him the fine art of using a variety of herbs to quell sickness and pain. When Colin studies at Oxford, an eccentric but brilliant professor, Dr. Phineas Teague, guides the young man to a career in medicine. The formal knowledge Professor Teague imparts, combined with knowledge of Meg's herbal remedies, make Colin an insightful and successful doctor—one with the approving eye of Queen Elizabeth on him.

Colin’s skill quickly earns him many patients, some highly placed in the courts of both his queen and her sister Mary Queen of Scots. This once shy and uncertain young man finds himself in the midst of court intrigue and a key player in quelling assassination plots and passing vital information to the queen’s court.

When Colin faces his most difficult case—curing the wounds his brave brother suffered in battle—he must confront his attraction to Adam’s wife, his unsteady faith in God, and his command of medicine: will he abandon his noble role and succumb to temptation, or will he take his place as the new hero of the Breed of Winslow?

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Publication Order of The Last Cavaliers Books

The Crossing

Morris, Gilbert 2011

From the beloved author of the bestselling House of Winslow series comes a new trilogy about the Civil War. Join Gilbert Morris as he explores the life of General Stonewall Jackson through the story of the fictional Yancy Tremayne. Raised among the Cheyenne, Yancy rejects the Amish community his father rejoins and instead studies under Thomas Jackson, a professor at the local military school.

When war breaks out, will Yancy further distance himself from the pacifist community and join the fighting? And can he find a home for his heart?

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The Sword

Morris, Gilbert 2011

Acclaimed author Gilbert Morris brings you more Civil War romance and adventure in the second of his Last Cavalier books. Enter the reckless world of Clay Tremayne—a world of late nights of gambling and chasing women. When war comes to the South, Clay joins the cavalry under Jeb Stuart in his first act of responsibility.

But will he become a casualty of war before he can completely change his reckless ways? And, will he be able to convince a beautiful but wary Chantel Fortier of his sincere affection for her?

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The Surrender

Morris, Gilbert 2012

Follow along as an upright man is caught up in the horrific events of the Civil War in the final book of the Last Cavaliers series. When Morgan Tremayne follows his employer, Robert E. Lee, into battle, he leaves behind everything he€™s worked hard to build: a horse farm, a good reputation, and a young orphan he has raised.

It will take a life-changing injury on Gettysburg€™s blood-soaked fields to open Morgan€™s eyes to what€™s really worth dying for.

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Publication Order of Water Wheel Books

The River Queen

Morris, Gilbert 2011

Julienne Ashby, 24, must change her pampered ways after her father, a prominent businessman in Natchez, Mississippi, loses their fortune and family home to a bad gambling habit in 1850. Like a fish out of water, she aims to refit their one remaining possession, an old riverboat, in hopes of making a profit and restoring the Cuvier name along the mighty Mississippi.

Desperate for help in doing the restoration work, prideful Julienne hires Dallas Bronte, a humiliated captain whose drinking problem stopped his water ways many years ago. Despite initial success, the struggles they will face with other ship owners are almost as challenging as the fiery feelings - of love and hate - that they must sort out for each other.

When the riverboat and all aboard meet what looks like certain destruction, God shows Julienne and Dallas only one of those emotions is unsinkable.Acclaim for The River Queen:"I have read a lot of Gilbert Morris' books but I think this one is the best of them all.

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The River Rose

Morris, Gilbert 2012

Life hasn’t been easy for Jeanne Bettencourt, a widow approaching thirty and struggling to provide for her eight-year-old daughter. But hope arrives in the form of the Helena Rose, a steamboat she unexpectedly inherits from a distant, departed relative.

Jeanne’s father had captained a similar vessel and taught her how to pilot a steamer along the banks of Memphis. She’s looking forward to a renewed livelihood on the mighty Mississippi.However, as plans are made, news comes of another heir to the Helena Rose - a tough man named Clint Hardin - and a clause in the will that says claimants of the estate must live aboard the boat.

Jeanne, a Christian woman, makes it clear she won’t stay with a man who is not her husband. But both are desperate for work, so they agree to keep their distance as Clint occupies the lower deck and Jeanne takes the captain’s quarters.As they restore the Helena Rose, the slowly softening Clint becomes attracted to Jeanne - who is now being courted by a wealthy plantation owner.

With her family and future at stake, the desires of Jeanne’s heart are duly complex. Only her simple faith can navigate her through what’s about to happen.

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The River Palace

Morris, Gilbert 2012

 The Civil War has ended when Yankee Captain Dennis Wainwright and Confederate Sergeant Gage Kennon cross paths. Forming an unlikely alliance, their travels become very interesting when they stumble across a band of Gypsies. Gage saves an older Gypsy woman from a terrible accident, earning the respect, but not the friendship, of her granddaughter Nadyha.

Later Gage finds himself in the unlikely position of saving an innocent young woman from being arrested and possibly hanged.These unlikely people seem bound together mysteriously by unaccountable forces; but always Gage Kennon, a humble and devout Christian man, is at the center of the turns and twists their lives take.

The road soon leads them to a grand showboat, the Queen of Bohemia, and exciting journeys on the Mississippi River.The River Palace is based on a very old story, that of the Good Samaritan, but it is also a new story of faith, romance, and classic adventure from beloved Christian author Gilbert Morris.

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Publication Order of Western Justice Books

Sabrina's Man

Morris, Gilbert 2013

Join Sabrina and Waco on a Wild West ride through Indian Territory. Sabrina’s pampered life comes to a screeching halt when a vile conman steals away her younger sister. When her daddy’s money can’t buy justice, Sabrina takes matters into her own delicate but stubborn hands and heads west to track down the outlaw.

To Sabrina’s disgust, her solitary hope for saving Marianne seems to be Waco Smith, an only slightly reformed ex-criminal himself. Will these two unlikely allies bond over more than just a shared mission of rescue and revenge? Western Justice Series: Book 1 - Rosa's Land Book 2 - Sabrina's Man - Available December 2013 Book 3 - Raina's Choice - Available June 2014  

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Rosa's Land

Morris, Gilbert 2013

Join Lafayette Riordan as he chases his dream of becoming a Wild West marshal. Young Faye longs for an adventurous life protecting the frontier alongside Judge Isaac Parker’s famous marshals. But his upbringing has left him more prepared for a life as scholar and artist.

When faced with the opportunity to realize his dream, can he summon the courage to hunt down the outlaws? Or will one headstrong female rancher capture his heart first? Western Justice Series: Book 1 - Rosa's Land Book 2 - Sabrina's Man - Available December 2013 Book 3 - Raina's Choice - Available June 2014  

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Raina's Choice

Morris (Deceased), Gilbert 2014

When a mysterious stranger, Ty Kincaid, arrives in her town from Mexico, headed for Arkansas by way of the riverboats, Raina Vernay’s mind starts churning a plan to escape her brutal brother-in-law and locate the father she’s never know. Ty just might be her ticket to Indian Territory and freedom.

. . . Then Ty lands himself in jail, and Raina has to wonder if this wanted man is any use to her. She needs a hero. Can she find him in Ty? Western Justice Series: Book 1 - Rosa's Land Book 2 - Sabrina's Man - Available December 2013 Book 3 - Raina's Choice - Available June 2014      

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Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Delaney

Morris, Gilbert 1984
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All That Glitters

Morris, Gilbert 1999
After her mother's death, Afton joins her father on the set of the film he is directing in Kentucky, where her Christian faith is reinforced by a mentally retarded recluse Read More

Through a Glass Darkly

Morris, Gilbert 1999
Recovering from amnesia caused by severe trauma, a man searches for his identity by connecting with the mysterious people who surround him including a woman who triggers in him intense feelings of electricity. Read More

Edge of Honor

Morris, Gilbert 2000

A powerful novel of honor, forgiveness, and unquenchable faith--set at the end of the Civil War. Quentin Larribee is a surgeon, but in the confusion at the end of the Civil War, his healing hands brought death to an enemy soldier. To ease his troubled conscience, he visits the man’s impoverished widow, only to find himself falling in love.

Now he is torn between two choices: a bright medical future with his wealthy fiancée in New York City, or an impossible love with a woman who knows nothing of his terrible secret. In this unforgettable novel, good is found in the unlikeliest places and God’s unseen hand weaves a masterful tapestry of human hearts and lives.

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Journey to Freedom

Morris, Gilbert 2000
Chosen by the Maker to do great things, a dreamer and unlikely hero named Chip leads the Whitefoot Mouse army to protect their royal family and defend their homeland against the invasion of domineering Brown Rats. Read More

Jacob's Way

Morris, Gilbert 2001

Jordan's Star

Morris, Gilbert 2002

It is Jordan's special star--a celestial token of hope for the life and love she dreams of. How brightly will it shine in the night's darkest hour? A host of stars crowds the desert sky, arching from the east, with its thriving towns, to the western mountains and an unknown future.

Bound for the Oregon frontier, Jordan Bryce and her new husband, Colin, a dashing ex-mariner, face danger from both man and nature: a deadly buffalo stampede . . . tragedy at a river crossing . . . hostile Indians . . . and hatred within their wagon train, escalating from bitter words to the point of bloodshed.

All that separates the Bryce's party from disaster is seasoned leadership, the skillful guidance of Ty Sublette, and the hand of God. For Jordan, the journey west is more than a trip into an untamed land. It is a passage from a teenage girl's romantic fantasies to the wisdom and character of womanhood.

But nothing can prepare Jordan for the testing that awaits her beyond the journey's end. There, in the face of staggering circumstances, she will face an impossible decision . . . as two good men--one wounded by past grief, the other branded by his own impetuousness--struggle with the demands of faith and honor on behalf of the woman they love.

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The Spider Catcher

Morris, Gilbert 2003

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. As a new nation struggles for independence, Rees employs his medical knowledge to save lives, and his shipbuilder's skills to build the potent fighting vessel known as the 'spider catcher.

' But it is Callie, whom Rees scooped from the mud of the London streets, on whom his own life will soon depend . . . and who can help him find for himself the faith, hope, and love he has taught her.

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God’s Handmaiden

Morris, Gilbert 2004

A historical and romantic adventure woven around the story of Florence Nightingale.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 and she is asked to create a corps of nurses.

On the field, Gervase crosses paths with Davis, who has become disillusioned in his marriage and is drawn to her warmth and care. Both know, however, there is nothing more for them than friendship.Upon her return to England, Gervase receives word that Davis has been seriously injured in a fall and is asked to nurse him back to health.

As he regains consciousness, he reveals shocking news that plunges them both into danger.

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Charade

Morris, Gilbert 2005

A beautiful woman. A savage betrayal. The perfect payback. But is revenge enough? Ollie Benson's computer program, Moviemaker.com, explodes onto the market, thrusting him into a world of glamour, fame, and fortune. He's extravagantly rich. But he's still obese and desperately miserable---until he meets a woman who loves him for who he is.

Or so it seems. When the two people Ollie trusts the most betray him in brutal fashion, he constructs an elaborate plan for revenge. It's brilliant. It's perfect. There's just one glitch: Ollie is about to come face-to-face with the power of true, unconditional love.

It could change his life. Or end it.

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Heaven Sent Husband

Morris, Gilbert 2005
Heaven Sent Husband by Gilbert Morris released on Mar 29, 2005 is available now for purchase. Read More

The Angel of Bastogne

Gilbert Morris 2005

In the tradition of It's a Wonderful Life and John Grisham's Skipping Christmas…Newspaper reporter Ben Raines is a full-fledged cynic trying to bypass what he feels is the least wonderful time of the year-Christmas. But his plan to escape on a dream vacation overseas is foiled when the boss assigns him to write the annual front-page holiday story.

With a humbug twist, Ben chooses to investigate a World War II legend involving his own father that will expose the fallacies of religion and everything related to December 25th.Willy Raines fought in the Battle of the Bulge at Bastogne during Christmas 1944 and-to Ben's embarrassment-believes a real angel saved the lives of every man in the 101st Airborne unit.

Some angel that was. Life was never easy for Willy after the war, and he was far from heroic in his son's eyes. Ben sets out to find other veterans who witnessed the angel of Bastogne, sure to return empty-handed. Instead, he comes home with a heart that is overflowing.

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Publication Order of Short Story Collections

Root Out of Dry Ground

Gilbert Morris 1981
Root Out of Dry Ground: Biblical Characterizations in Verse Read More

Those Who Knew Him

Morris, Gilbert 1997
Novelist-poet Gilbert Morris breaths life into those historical figures who walked, talked, and ate with Jesus in this collection of hauntingly perceptive free-verse portraits of such people as Lazarus, Herod, Mary Magdalene, and Nicodemus. Read More

Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books

How to Write and Sell a Christian Novel

Morris, Gilbert 1993
In his entertaining and informative style, best-selling novelist and teacher Gilbert Morris leads you step-by-step through the process of writing a novel. Read More

How to Writea Christian Novel

Morris, Gilbert 1993
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