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  • Gilbert Morris

    This thrilling and heart-warming adventure from popular inspirational novelists Lynn Morris and Gilbert Morris is full of rich historical details and colorful characters. As in The Stars for a Light, Dr. Cheney Duvall struggles against traditional values while seeking to establish her own identity. Much to her parents' dismay, Cheney and her male nurse, Shiloh Irons, decide to take their medical skills to an Ozark Mountain settlement in Arkansas. An old friend of Cheney's is pregnant, and the small town has no doctor. But the mountain people-who are uneducated, superstitious, and resistant to science-hesitate to accept an outsider. With the local medicine woman in the way and a family feud...read more

  • Gilbert Morris

    Popular inspirational novelists Lynn Morris and Gilbert Morris pen absorbing plots rich with adventure and historical detail. In this exciting tale, they portray one woman's search for independence and self-expression amid the rigid social expectations of 1865 New York City. Twenty-four-year-old Cheney Duvall believes she will be taken seriously once she finishes medical school. Months later, however, she still is without a position; no one wants to consult a woman doctor. When she hears of a shipload of hopeful brides-to-be bound for Seattle via the Panama Canal, her luck changes. The ship's authorities are eager to have a woman physician on board. Once Cheney meets the 100 women-and her...read more

  • Gilbert Morris

    The father/daughter writing team of Gilbert and Lynn Morris returns to the compelling characters and intriguing situations of their earlier best-sellers, The Stars for a Light and Shadow of the Mountains. This thrilling adventure takes listeners into the most compelling frontier: the human heart. By 1866, Dr. Cheney Duvall has had her fill of places where people distrust her skills simply because she is a woman. So she and her assistant, Shiloh Irons, return to Cheney's home in New York City, where Cheney can set up practice among 'respectable' folks. But an outbreak of cholera has Cheney questioning her decision-and looking to God to find out how she can best use her talents. In A City Not...read more

  • Gilbert Morris

    Fans of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman will be captivated by this series from best-selling father and daughter writing team Lynn and Gilbert Morris. The fourth installment of the continuing saga of Cheney Duvall finds the doctor and her dedicated nurse Shiloh Irons on the way to New Orleans. When they make a stop in Charleston, South Carolina, they are unprepared for the turmoil they find around them. Intending to stay for only a short visit, the intrepid pair find the grand old city in the throes of Reconstruction. Determined to do what she can to help, with little more than her faith to see her through, Cheney finds herself up against carpetbaggers, outdated medical practices, and white...read more

  • Gilbert Morris

    Gilbert Morris has written more than 80 inspiring novels, many of them bestsellers. In this epic work, he and his co-authors use Biblical truth and powerful allegory to offer a new way of thinking about the end times. In the year 2050, the U.S. government rules that humanity is nature's worst enemy and herds all of its citizens into a few overcrowded cities. An insidious new version of Germany's Third Reich, led by an indestructible madman, infiltrates the White House and uses an electricity-eating virus to plunge the nation into darkness. Except for a handful of God's chosen people, who are converging in the hills, the entire nation lies on the brink of...read more