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Saintly Buccaneer [School & Library Binding]

Gilbert Morris
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February 1989 0613141814 978-0613141819
"The Saintly Buccaneer" spotlights Paul Winslow, a young man who is bitterly opposed to the American Revolution. His life is quickly changed when he is shanghaied and pressed into service aboard a navy frigate. And then he is struck with amnesia! House of Winslow book
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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 in the Christian market for many years. He and his wife live in Gulf Shores, Alabama --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Price and Delivery Jan. 13 2014
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Price and Delivery and after I read was able to donate to my church to complete series. I have enjoyed this series
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amnesia Helps Scoundrel Become Saint April 5 2000
By Janet Reeves - Published on
I loved this book! Set at the end of the Revolutionary war, it shows the role of ships, both Navy and independent, in helping the colonists to win. It also shows how Paul Winslow, introduced in previous books in the series, finds his place in life and comes to Christ. The storyline is unique and fascinating. The characters are adventurous and interesting. The reader can't help but want everything to work out well for all. Another well-researched and inventive story by Gilbert Morris.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Rather boring July 11 2006
By Jen A Bookworm - Published on
I love the House of Winslow seris "dont get me wrong" but this story was dull and boring to me. I got very sick of reading all about blood, and war. Morris spent a great deal of time describing all of battles in detail. It was fine the first time, but then I was done. I was mad about the way that Daniel Greene was treated. He just wanted to love a girl and have her love him back. But know that is never good enough for these woman. They have to have the Winslow men. I never got it. I had to make myself finish the story, it seemed like it would never end. I am hoping that the next book in this seris in better
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Tale! Won't be disappointed! Jan. 15 2009
By Brandi - Published on
This book continues with the story of Paul Winslow who we met earlier in the series. Unlike the other side of his family, Paul and his immediate family are completely opposed to the American Revolution. That is until he is pressed into service on a British ship. When he comes to he realizes he remembers nothing? He has no idea who he was before.

We also meet Charity Alden whose brother has been killed by the war. She truly believes in the cause and her and Paul Winslow meet. It becomes hard for Charity to understand why the Winslow family all lean on Christ through even the hard times.

I really loved this book. It was an interesting look at the war ships and private ships that helped during the war. You don't realize how much private ships actually helped during the war but they contributed greatly to our win. Especially those who simple believed in the cause and wanted to help at any cost.

I have been a huge fan of the House of Winslow series since I started reading it. There was only one that has disappointed me so far and this book is definitely not it. Gilbert Morris still delivers his wonderful mix of historical fiction and true events in this tale! You will not be disappointed by this book!
5.0 out of 5 stars House of Winslow March 20 2014
By lindy conner - Published on
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The history in this set of books make for an enjoyable reading experience. I also am thankful for the salvation message in each book I have read. For many it may be the first time for them to hear this message.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great historical novel Feb. 10 2014
By Kay McCormick - Published on
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Excellent historical novel especially when read in sequence with others in the series. They bring the events of that time period to life.
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