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Author:
Gilbert Morris
ISBN13:
978-0871239785
ISBN:
0871239787
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Publisher:
Bethany House Pub (July 1, 1987)
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United States
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1196 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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The Captive Bride follows the Winslow family as they assist in the building of a great nation. I have really enjoyed Gilbert Morris' novels and I am planning on reading every thing he has written.

The Captive Bride follows the Winslow family as they assist in the building of a great nation. With courage and spirit. The House of Winslow series is one of, if not the best series, I have ever read. I would highly recommend it to everyone.

The Captive Bride book. Each book follows at least one member of a generation in the Winslow family tree and the member(s) gets saved and finds true love.

The Captive Bride, . part of House of Winslow Book Series. Published by Bethany House Publishers. 11400 Hampshire Avenue South. Bloomington, Minnesota 55438. Can she face unjust imprisonment-even death-without retreat? Book 2 from the bestselling House of Winslow series. With courage and spirit, Rachel Winslow stands up to the enemies of freedom. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. View all. Book 3. Book 4. Book 5. Book 6.

Book in the House of Winslow Series). I Love this Book! By Thriftbooks. com User, December 8, 1998. I first started with The Captive Bride, because my teacher recommended it. Now I'm hooked on the series! I'm on book number nine and still going!

The Captive Bride takes the Winslow family beyond the Pilgrim settlement at Plymouth to assist in building the great new nation.

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.

There they are, Howland! he yelped, and spurred his startled bay into a hard run toward a small clapboard house. His companion, though, only shook his head and continued the steady pace of his. Not an impulsive man, he looked with amused tolerance as he watched young Winslow pull his horse down, spring to the ground with the ease of a natural rider, and throw his arms around the pair who stood outside the neat white fence that enclosed the house. Not very dignified for Harvard’s newest scholar, Robert Howland thought.

10 House Of Winslow hc books Gilbert Morris 1, 5-10, 15 - 17 the jeweled spur. Customs services and international tracking provided. The Widow's Choice: 1941 (House of Winslow ) by Morris, Gilbert.

1 Books by Dr. Gilbert Morris. House of Winslow series. The new covers do not feature a book number, but instead focus on the year the story took place. The Captive Bride, 1987 - story of Rachel Winslow in 1659. Appomattox Saga series. Price of Liberty series. The Honorable Imposter, 1986 - story of Gilbert Winslow in 1620. The Indentured Heart, 1988 - story of Adam Winslow in 1740. The Gentle Rebel, 1988 - story of Nathan Winslow in 1775. The Saintly Buccaneer, 1988 - story of Paul Winslow in 1777 (American Revolution). The Holy Warrior, 1989 - story of Christmas Winslow in 1798.

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.

  • I have read several of these historical fiction books by Gilbert Morris, and I have enjoyed them all. Gilbert Morris was a very prolific Christian author, and his messages resonate with me.

  • I am loving the books in this series. I love history and these books tell of the development of the USA in a very personal way. A lot of fiction that is based on facts. The second book of the series starts out with "Indian Wars" a generation after the landing on Plymouth Rock and ends shortly after the "Salem witch hunts".

  • We pick up the story of Gilbert Winslow and follow him and his decendants several years after the terrible winter the first comers suffered after landing in the new country. We follow the family through the Salem Witch trials and learn more of history surrounded by an interesting novel created about the Winslow family.

  • I can't thank Mr. Morris for following God's direction in writing these books. Not only do they keep one's interest, most importantly they teach God's truths and builds faith.

  • This book is well worth reading. The plot slowly gains speed until you cannot lay it down. The ending makes it more than a story. You become part of a real happening of long ago.

  • Gilbert Morris writes wonderful historical fiction. While this is not the best book in the series, it is still a good one. I would recommend these books to anyone. This is actually the second time I have read the series. The first time I read them I was probably about 14 or 15 years old.

  • The History behind the Winslow series is a must read for any history buff. I have really enjoyed Gilbert Morris' novels and I am planning on reading every thing he has written. The House of Winslow series is one of, if not the best series, I have ever read. I would highly recommend it to everyone.

  • The condition of the book was not what I expected, even though I didn't pay much for it. The other books were in better condition and didn't pay more for them. As long as I could read it, it is okay.