The Gypsy Moon (House of Winslow Book #35)

The Gypsy Moon (House of Winslow Book #35)

by Gilbert Morris

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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.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781441270597
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Publication date: 06/01/2005
Series: House of Winslow , #35
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 693,796
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Gilbert Morris was a pastor before becoming an English professor and earning a Ph.D. at the University of Arkansas. Gilbert has been a consistent bestselling author (The House of Winslow) in the Christian market for many years. He and his wife live in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
Gilbert Morris spent ten years as a pastor before becoming Professor of English at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkansas. He earned a Ph.D. at the University of Arkansas, and did postgraduate work at the University of London. His publishing credits include some two dozen scholarly articles, 200 poems, and more than 200 novels, including series such as House of Winslow, Lions of Judah, and Cheney Duvall, M.D. (coauthored with his daughter, Lynn Morris). Dr. Morris passed away in February 2016.

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Gypsy Moon (The House of Winslow Series) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
nsrn More than 1 year ago
Let me begin by saying that I enjoy christian fiction and am a fan of Gilbert Morris. That being said, there are some disappointments that I must express. I have taken on the task of reading each book in the House of Winslow series; the total number of books being 40. This title is number 35. The author uses very little imagination when it comes to variety where some issues are concerned. For example: in the 1917 novel entitled The Glorious Prodigal, Stuart Winslow's sister Liza marries a man named Dalton Burke. In this book, Lance Winslow's sister Liza marries a man named Dalton Burke. Really??...what are the odds? Just after the civil war, Zack Winslow marries a welsh woman named Bronwen. In this title, a welsh character has a mother named Bronwen. Are there no other names to choose from? In the 1918 novel, characters are lamenting the fact that Mark and Lola Winslow died within one week of each other. However, In the 1922 novel Mark and Lola are alive; Mark died at the very end of this book and his wife Lola dies at the end of the 1927 novel. I've actually lost count of how many Winslows rode the rails in box cars, got their ribs cracked by robbers, and their lives saved by pistol packing females that they ended up married to. The same lines, over and over. Seriously Mr. Morris??? Do you think that your fans do not have memories??
BeachRead245 More than 1 year ago
Welcome to the Gypsy Moon! This is one of the few remaining novels in the House of Winslow Series by Gilbert Morris. This story focuses on the life of Gabrielle Winslow also known as Gabby. Synopsis: Gabby is on top of the world! She has a date with one of the most popular boys at school. As the date draws to a close her date brings her to a popular park near their homes. A band of gypsies are there and they are invited to share in the activities. Gabby meets Jana an older gypsy who is a Christ follower. She tells Gabby’s fortune about who her true love will eventually be. Her words repeat through Gabby’s head as the years go by. Since this the earlier date she has become a doctor and gone to live with her aunt Liza and her uncle Dalton. There have been many men in her life but none who meet Jana’s standards. Her Uncle Dalton is invited to work at the University of Berlin and he makes a discovery. It might help the war efforts. Germany desperately wants him to stay and finish his work. Enter Dai Bando an English spy who has to seek help from Gabby to rescue her aunt and uncle. Will he convince her that he can help? Will Gabby make it safely out of Germany? My Thoughts: Did Gilbert Morris come up with another winner? The answer is yes. This novel included some interesting historical characters from Josephine Hellinger to Adolf Hitler and his Nazis. I felt that Gabby’s story had so many twists and turns that it kept me interested throughout the novel. The novel is actually set in Great Britain, The Netherlands, and Germany. The only part of the novel that wasn’t my cup of tea is how the story meandered in places. Jencey Gortney/Writer's Corner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book one of Mr.Morris's best book Ages 10-110 ( if your a mature 10 year old)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago