The Wounded Yankee (House of Winslow Book #10)

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Baker Books, Apr 1, 2005 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Zack Winslow, The Wounded Yankee, had served the Union Army for exactly one year and been wounded twice, surviving the battles of Bull Run and Shiloh. But when he is sent home, Zack discovers some devastating news about his fiancée and his livelihood. Having seen the worst of war and tasted the disappointments of love and friendship gone sour, Zack decides he must get away from it all. Striking out for the wilds of Montana, Zack resolves to live as a hermit in Alder Gulch. On one hundred acres in the shadows of the Rockies, he can build a cabin and raise sheep the promise of a better life, free from the entanglements of other people. But Zack can't seem to keep them away from his door. Yet how can he take on these unwelcome people? But if he doesn't provide for them, who will? Book 10 in The House of Winslow.

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A Farewell to Arms
A New Vocation
Hes Like All Other Men
A Trip to Town
Bron and Billy
Brons Dream
God Brought Us Here
At Dancer Creek
Buck and Lillian
A Bitter Harvest
A Certain Notice
The Fight
What Love Means
Two Visits for Billy

Zacks Choice
A Cry for Help
New Development
A Visit From Yeager
A Monument to Injustice
The Trial of George Ives
The Posse
I Thought Id Lost You
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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.

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