Shadow of the Mountains (Cheney Duvall, M.D., Book 2)

Cheney Duvall has proved herself an excellent doctor in serving the brides with whom she traveled West. But Seattle does not open any doors to her, even with her recent string of medical successes. In this frontier town she’s “just a woman.” Returning to the East, she finds an invitation to a remote town in the Ozark mountains where there are no physicians attending to the needs of the farmers, miners and their families, despite the danger of mountain life. Upon her arrival, she is caught between walls of illiteracy, superstition, and an immovable distrust of Yankees—especially educated women that think they’re real doctors. How will she overcome centuries of hate, mistrust, and prejudice?

Authors: Lynn Morris & Gilbert Morris

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The Stars For a Light (Cheney Duvall, M.D., Book #1)

Fresh from medical school in the 1860s—and a woman at that—the young Cheney Duvall struggles to find a position as a doctor. She has almost given up hope when Asa Mercer turns up requesting her services as chaperone and physician for two hundred brides-to-be on a sea voyage from New York to the Washington Territory. Cheney jumps at the opportunity. Accompanied by an unlikely nurse, wayworn soldier Shiloh Irons, she finds herself facing an arduous voyage and dangers for which her medical training could not possibly have prepared her.

Authors: Lynn Morris & Gilbert Morris

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The Shining Badge (The House of Winslow #31)

Jennifer Winslow had known only the best 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 finds herself running for County Sheriff. Jenny soon discovers she has fierce 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 finds herself drawn to both men and struggles to ferret out God’s choice for her. In a blazing shoot-out, Jennifer Winslow finds her way, but not without cost.

Author: Gilbert Morris

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The Iron Lady (The House of Winslow #19)

Turn-of-the-century New York City–a place of opportunity, deception, and phenomenal need. As America makes its ascent as a world power, three young daughters of Winslow come to bustling New York City in 1902 seeking careers and direction for their lives. But each of the Winslow cousins finds a different world and is drawn in her own separate way.

Ruth Winslow feels called to be a missionary and comes to New York’s Baxter Hospital to train as a nurse. She finds rich fulfillment in her work among the poor and suffering immigrants–as well as a growing interest in the young Scottish doctor David Burns.

Priscilla Winslow joins Ruth in the nursing program but has a passion for the bright lights of show business. Despite all the warnings, when her dreams come true, life on the stage takes on a dark side.

Esther Winslow is engaged to a wealthy New York businessman but is restless to do something meaningful with her life. Her photographs of the plight of the immigrants in the tenement slums and her meeting a young South African doctor who risks everything to help the sick opens a new door to her, but where will it lead?

Author: Gilbert Morris

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The Rough Rider (The House of Winslow #18)

Stepping off the train at New York’s Grand Central Station, Aaron Winslow left the numbing cold of the Klondike gold fields far behind. But he could not shake the bitter sting left by the death of his cousin, Jubal Winslow, who had died to save Aaron’s life. No words had been able to touch the guilt and disillusionment he carried. When Aaron arrives in New York City, he finds his younger brother, Lewis, passionately determined to enlist in Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Riders and fight the Spanish in Cuba. Unable to stop Lewis, Aaron decides to join him and try to protect him. He’s also considering the high-powered offer of going in as a war reporter for William Randolph Hearst and the New York Journal. For reasons all her own, Gail Summers is also volunteering as an army nurse to serve at the side of Dr. David Burns, a man to whom she is greatly indebted. But will her friendship with the godly physician stand in the way of what she eventually comes to feel about Aaron? Could something good come out of this war?

Author: Gilbert Morris

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The Yukon Queen (The House of Winslow #17)

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!

Author: Gilbert Morris

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