Book Reviews of The Puritans (An American Family Portrait, Book 1)

The Puritans (An American Family Portrait, Book 1)
The Puritans - An American Family Portrait, Book 1
Author: Jack Cavanaugh
ISBN-13: 9781564762399
ISBN-10: 1564762394
Publication Date: 4/1994
Pages: 513
Rating:
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4.5 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Victor Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Drew Morgan is handpicked by Bishop Laud to infiltrate Puritan villages and turn traitors over to the church and crown. but he falls in love with the Puritan curate's daughter. This is an adventure of America's first families of faith. fiction
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christian historical fiction set in England in the time leading up to the Puritans leaving for colonial America
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I would recommend for you to read all of this
series of books. They are really good reading.
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Oh mY gosh! I really enjoyed the history in this book and the story line. What blood thirsy people back in the 1600's. This is a series and can't wait to get the rest of his books.
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Drew Morgan works for the "church" in helping to find "traitors"and turn them in. Eventually he has to travel to the new world to win forgiveness from those he has wronged. If you liked the first few books of the Gilbert Morris "Winslow Series" you will like this one.
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I enjoyed this book very much. The characters are very interesting and the historical facts are fascinating. There is intrigue, mystery and lots of excitement. I have read the 2nd in the series and am looking forward to the 3rd. Jack Cavanaugh is an excellent writer.
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I'm not a big fan of this time era, so I had a hard time getting through the book.
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Young Drew Morgan has an enviable position. Handpicked by Bishop Laud, next to the king the most powerfman man in England, it is his assignment to infiltrate Puritian villages, turn over "traitors" to the church and crown, and discover the secret identity of notorious pamphleteer Justin.

But when Drew falls in love witha Puritan Curate's daughter, his personal fortunes begin to falter as his spiritual yearnings take root.

At last Drew sails to the New World colony of Massachusetts and sets out to win the forgiveness of those whom he has wronged, especially the woman he loves.
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I am enjoying reading this series very much,.