Item description for The Silver Star: 1905 (The House of Winslow #20) by Gilbert Morris...
(House of Winslow Book 20) All of her life Priscilla Winslow had yearned for what she now had---the theater, city life, fancy clothes. But despite the adoring audiences, thunderous applause, and offers of starring roles on Broadway, Priscilla is compelled to leave New York and the memories that haunt her. An offer to make movies in California opens a new door for Priscilla's career. It also brings her close to Jason Ballard, the man who loves her. But she soon discovers another side of Hollywood's infant motion picture business, one that poses difficult choices. Andrew Winslow has also come to Los Angeles, rising to prominence as a highly successful pastor. He has everything, but if his wife's horrible secret is uncovered, he stands to lose it all.
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Studio: Bethany House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 5.3" Height: 1" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Feb 28, 2006
Publisher BETHANY HOUSE PUBLISHERS #7
ISBN 0764229648 ISBN13 9780764229640
Availability 0 units.
More About Gilbert Morris
GILBERT MORRIS has written numerous novels for both adults and young people. After teaching high school, pastoring several Southern Baptist churches, and chairing the English department at Ouachita Baptist University, Gilbert retired to write and publish full-time. He has written more than 200 novels, including the Seven Sleepers series for youth. He lives in Gulf Shores, Alabama, with his wife, Johnnie.
Gilbert Morris currently resides in Gulf Shores, in the state of Alabama.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Silver Star: 1905 (The House of Winslow #20)?
Morris is great Nov 29, 2005
I liked this book very much. I thought it was neat that there were two stories that conected in the end. I was glad that everyone fell in love at the end.
Better, but three stories is still too many Aug 29, 2005
The story of Dorothy and Andrew's relationship was handled beautifully from both sides. I was surprised at the depth Morris was able to give to them. Priscilla and Jason's story was still too shallow. It went in jumps and gaps, so the end result was a little unbelievable, especially her decision about show business. Peter, Easy, and Jolie are wonderful to read about. Their chemistry works terrifically, and I really enjoy their relationship. The real caveat about this book is too many descriptions about characters' clothing, and sometimes in the oddest of places. I don't need a complete description of their wardrobe every time they show up, save it for special outfits, and certainly not interjected in the middle of an emotional reunion! This book is a terrific Christian book that teaches and can help the reader come to an understanding of others.
Morris's Twentieth excellent book in this series! Jul 29, 1998
Everything I have read by Mr. Morris has kept me riveted. I keep going back for the next book. I'm to the end of the list, so Mr. Morris had better keep writing--I'm a fast reader. House of Winslow Series is fantastic, following the ancestors of a man who sailed on the Mayflower. So far we're in the early 1900's. I am branching out to his Appomatox Saga until he has more Winslow books. If you like Little House on the Prairie or Jeanette Oke, you'll adore Gilbert Morris. I must say that his plots and his characters have more depth and are well rounded. Historically, they are fairly accurate and record amazing detail. I wish House of Winslow weren't fiction so I could meet this family.