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Arrow of the Almighty (#04 in Liberty Bell Series)

Gilbert Morris
Arrow of the Almighty (#04 in Liberty Bell Series)

Arrow of the Almighty (#04 in Liberty Bell Series)

Gilbert Morris

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The Young Nation's Struggle for Independence Seems All But Lost^^Micah Bradford, along with his twin brother Dake, is serving in the Continental Army as a dispatcher for General Washington, when he meets and falls in love with Sarah Dennison, a young woman whose parents demand that she marry a wealthy middle-aged suitor. Micah is determined to prove his love and save her from her fate, despite Sarah's loyalty to her parents' wishes. His life is complicated when he is forced to become a protector of another young woman named Keturah Burns, who has suffered much hardship and carries a bad reputation as a camp follower.^^The Continental Army flees across New Jersey in the dead of winter after its defeat at New York. With his ragged and starving army near collapse, and facing increasing numbers of deserters, George Washington holds his remaining troops together by the sheer force of his personality. Across the ice-filled Delaware River the British Army confidently expects to deliver the final death blow to the patriot cause.^^Deeply troubled by the apparent loss in the struggle for independence of the young nation, Micah is also torn between the two young women and God's call on his life. With both the nation and his life in peril, how will he determine where his loyalties lie?

- Publisher 24 Chapters

- Publisher Caught in the middle of the American Revolution, two families are united by blood but divided by loyalties. During the fight for a new country, men and women will sacrifice their all for what they believe...but will it be enough?

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The Young Nation's Struggle for Independence Seems All But Lost^^Micah Bradford, along with his twin brother Dake, is serving in the Continental Army as a dispatcher for General Washington, when he meets and falls in love with Sarah Dennison, a young woman whose parents demand that she marry a wealthy middle-aged suitor. Micah is determined to prove his love and save her from her fate, despite Sarah's loyalty to her parents' wishes. His life is complicated when he is forced to become a protector of another young woman named Keturah Burns, who has suffered much hardship and carries a bad reputation as a camp follower.^^The Continental Army flees across New Jersey in the dead of winter after its defeat at New York. With his ragged and starving army near collapse, and facing increasing numbers of deserters, George Washington holds his remaining troops together by the sheer force of his personality. Across the ice-filled Delaware River the British Army confidently expects to deliver the final death blow to the patriot cause.^^Deeply troubled by the apparent loss in the struggle for independence of the young nation, Micah is also torn between the two young women and God's call on his life. With both the nation and his life in peril, how will he determine where his loyalties lie?
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24 Chapters
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Caught in the middle of the American Revolution, two families are united by blood but divided by loyalties. During the fight for a new country, men and women will sacrifice their all for what they believe...but will it be enough?
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Gilbert Morris

Gilbert Morris is one of todays best-known Christian novelists, specialising in historical fiction. His best-selling works include Edge of Honor (winner of a Christy Award in 2001), Jacobs Way, the House of Winslow series, the Appomattox series, and The Wakefield Saga. He lives in Gulf Shores, Alabama, with his wife, Johnnie. - Publisher.

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  • Catalogue Code 107429
  • Product Code 155661568X
  • EAN 9781556615689
  • Pages 302
  • Department General Books
  • Category Fiction
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Bethany House Publishers
  • Publication Date Aug 1997
  • Dimensions 222 x 140 x 25 mm
  • Weight 0.249kg

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