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by Cindy Martinusen-coloma

  • ISBN: 0842352368
  • Category: Comics & Graphic
  • Author: Cindy Martinusen-coloma
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers (July 13, 2001)
  • Pages: 416 pages
  • FB2 size: 1313 kb
  • EPUB size: 1747 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 893
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Winter Passing, Blue Night, North of Tomorrow, and The War Memories Collection. by Cindy McCormick Martinusen.

Winter Passing, Blue Night, North of Tomorrow, and The War Memories Collection.

2001) (The second book in the Winter Passing Trilogy series) A novel by Cindy Martinusen-Coloma. This beautifully written novel will endear readers to the fresh voice of rising new author Cindy McCormick Martinusen. Genre: Inspirational.

Though the characters change, Blue Night is a sort of sequel in that the connivings long ago of a group of German soldiers directly . I read the first book of this Trilogy annually for about 4 years. com I discovered there was 2 more books

Though the characters change, Blue Night is a sort of sequel in that the connivings long ago of a group of German soldiers directly affect a modern woman, Kate Porter, whose husand disappears when the two are vacationing in Venice. There's no clue what happened except a small blue tile left on Kate's pillow. com I discovered there was 2 more books.

Blue Night (Winter Passing Trilogy Hardcover. Cindy Martinusen Coloma is a bestselling author and has written twelve novels including Beautiful, The Salt Garden, Orchid House, and Winter Passing. Cindy McCormick Martinusen. Winter Passing (Winter Passing Trilogy Hardcover. She lives in Redding, California, with her husband and four children.

Blue Night (Winter Passing Trilogy ISBN. 0842352368 (ISBN13: 9780842352369). Apr 02, 2009 Jackie is currently reading it. i am almost finished reading this book it is very intriging it has a mystery and it is very easy to read i will give my full reveiw when i finish.

The Winternight trilogy is a series of adult historical fantasy novels written by American author Katherine Arden. The trilogy consists of The Bear and the Nightingale (2017), The Girl in the Tower (2017), and The Winter of the Witch (2019). At the beginning, the story takes place in a medieval Russian village. Vasilisa "Vasya" Petrovna has received a spiritual gift, using it to see the fantastical creatures that inhabit her village.

See contact information and details about Author Cindy Martinusen Coloma. Bestselling author, Cindy launched into her writing dream over two decades ago, developing story ideas and writing plays for her church tracted in 1998

See contact information and details about Author Cindy Martinusen Coloma. Bestselling author, Cindy launched into her writing dream over two decades ago, developing story ideas and writing plays for her church tracted in 1998. Since that time, Cindy has published 13 novels, 4 nonfiction books and over 100 articles and short stories.

Winter Passing Trilogy Series Cindy Martinusen Coloma. My wife and I read Martinusen's "Winter Passing" and "Blue Night," thoroughly enjoying the elements of suspense, romance, and history. The War Memories Collection. With high hopes, I picked up "North of Tomorrow. Martinusen crafts a stand-alone story, but for those who've read the previous novels, there is much to find that is familiar and intriguing.

Winter Passing CINDY MARTINUSEN COLOMA Published by eChristian, Inc. Escondido, California Contents Prologue Chapter One Chapter Two . Other author's books: Winter Passing. Escondido, California Contents Prologue Chapter One Chapter Two Chapter Three Chapter Four.

Author: Cindy Martinusen Coloma Series: Winter Passing Trilogy, Book 1 Genre: Fiction Tag: Award Finalist. A beautiful story of ultimate love and the passing of a sixty-year-old winter of sorrow. Darby Evans stands before her grandmother's bed, wondering why the dying older woman calls the name of a stranger-Tatianna. Get Updates In Your Inbox! Get on my list, and get all of the latest delivered directly to your inbox!

An epic story of a woman's search for her missing husband. A mysterious blue tile is a clue that takes her search back to World War II Austria. This beautifully written novel will endear readers to the fresh voice of rising new author Cindy McCormick Martinusen.
Reviews about Blue Night (Winter Passing Trilogy #2) (6):
Vozilkree
I read the first book of this Trilogy annually for about 4 years.
On a visit to Amazon.com I discovered there was 2 more books. I
ordered both and was pleased with them, in fact all three. The
story lines in each book holds surprises unexpected. In this book
one of the characters experiences were something I did not think
could happen so many years after WWII. As a lover of Christian
fiction, the characters faith was an added attraction. Then, read
the third. You will find how terribly heartbreaking this terrible
time in history was. I liked that the characters interacted in all
three books of this trilogy.
Fecage
Ms. Martinusen has such a gift. She is able to take you to Austria as she masterfully describes the beautiful scenery, your heart beats faster as you walk through the twists and turns of her plot line, and then your heart is deeply touched by the healing of her well-drawn characters. Can't wait to read #3!
Hinewen
This trilogy is very good!
Berenn
Love the story and the characters!
unmasked
I read the first book, Winter Passing, about a year ago. I picked this one up recently and didn't put it down until I was finished! I look forward to many more books from this author.
Linn
Martinusen writes with confidence in this sequel to "Winter Passing." She paints believable characters, beautiful landscapes, and conflicts that aren't oversimplified. Although the book stands alone, the tie-ins to the previous novel are well handled.
The story starts with a heart-rending hook: Kate Porter's husband disappears during their trip to Venice. The only evidence of any wrongdoing is a broken blue tile. Three years later, she has no answers and is going on with her life. Soon, Kate is dragged into a plot that involves family secrets and national sins. The search for the truth will lead her back to Europe and the heart of the Nazi evil.
I had two complaints while reading. First, on the trivial side, the city of Corvalis (Kate's hometown) is actually spelled "Corvallis." I lived near there, so this inaccuracy tripped me up throughout. Second, the meaning of the blue tiles was anticlimactic and felt forced. Still, this is a story that is so much stronger than those issues and deserves to be read for entertainment and enlightenment both.
"Blue Night" has its dark side, but it won't leave you feeling blue. I can't wait to read the third book, "North of Tomorrow."

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