Item description for The Moon by Night (Cheney & Shiloh: The Inheritance #2) by Lynn Morris & Gilbert Morris...
Overview Book 2 of Cheney and Shiloh: The Inheritance. Cheney and Shiloh Irons-Winslow return to New York from their honeymoon and enthusiastically begin work_Shiloh at Winslow Brothers Shipping and Cheney in her medical career. But their tranquility is shattered when Cheney discovers that a young doctor she hired as an assistant hides a scandal in his past and possibly murder in his heart! Danger and plot twists abound as the Morrises pen yet another thrilling chapter in the continuing saga of the much-loved Cheney and Shiloh. Sequel to Where to Seas Met.
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Studio: Bethany House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.52" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.99" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2004
Publisher BETHANY HOUSE PUBLISHERS #7
ISBN 1556615728 ISBN13 9781556615726
Reviews - What do customers think about The Moon by Night (Cheney & Shiloh: The Inheritance #2)?
I love this series Aug 11, 2005
If you've read the books leading up to this one, expect the same great quality!
So much better!! Sep 20, 2004
Hallelujah! Ditto to mostly everything in the reviews so far... from the lack of `cabbages' to the more in depth study of the, up until now, minor characters. After loving the 8 books of the Cheney series, the first book in The Inheritance was seriously lacking. (Which, most of you already know) This book is a serious effort to redeem the faith we readers have given the authors in providing us a great story line, complete with morals and believable characters/character flaws. If any of you had doubts about picking up this book after reading "Where Two Seas Met" then please just give it a try. You will be will be pleasantly surprised at the results.
Great book! May 29, 2004
You should read the Cheney Duvall series before reading this book, but once you make it to this book you'll be ready for the next one to come out!
The Moon by Night Apr 28, 2004
I found this book a great read. Shiloh and Cheney are back in New York and staring their lives together. I found the way they are growing in their marriage to be great. It also had mystery in figuring out what was causing so many patients to get sicker or dying at the hospital. Cheney and Shiloh both seem to be maturing in their walk with the Lord. I enjoyed every minute of this book.
Very entertaining Apr 13, 2004
In 1869 Dr. Cheney Duvall Irons-Winslow and her husband Shiloh Winslow return home to New York City to begin their respective jobs. Cheney is a senior partner practicing medicine at St. Luke the Physician Private Hospital and Dispensary while Shiloh returns to his managerial position at Winslow Brothers Shipping.
Although Phineas Jauncy unsuccessfully tries to rob Shiloh who then hires him as a gentleman's gentleman the excitement resides with Cheney's work at the hospital. In spite of running a top rate operation (no pun intended) that is above the accepted standard, deaths are suddenly plaguing the hospital. Shiloh and Cheney wonder whether an angel of mercy, a serial killer, or a negligent medical practitioner is murdering the patients, but which one and why? While praying to God for guidance, Cheney with the help of Shiloh and a close friend from the police begin investigation the human caused tragedies.
THE MOON BY NIGHT (the sequel to WHERE TWO SEAS MET) is an exhilarating inspirational historical thriller that brings to life post Civil War Manhattan through a fine cast of characters. The story line is very exciting just to follow the medical activities that showcase what is available and known in 1869 including how easy deaths of patients can occur. Cheney is a terrific female lead while Shiloh plays more of a support role for much of the tale to his dynamic spouse who in some ways seems more like a modern day woman. Though some readers will find the numerous religious references distracting, fans of the father daughter Morris team will appreciate that extra boost to a fine nineteenth century medical thriller.