Al Lacy · OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for librariesJohn "The Stranger" Brockman is back by popular demand! It will take more than his fists and a colt. At twenty-one, Paul Brockman is the newest deputy U. Bold and courageou The Zarbo brothers are seasoned outlaws with a reputation for killing. Already wanted in two states, they set their sights on Colorado and a string of bank robberies.
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Skip to main content. Al Lacy. Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. The Lacys make their home in the Colorado Rockies. Are you an author? Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography.
Read more. But for Al Lacy, and his wife and co-author Joanna, preaching the gospel has always taken first priority. In fact, Al and Joanna only took up writing as a means of financing their first passion: evangelism. As a traveling pastor, Al had been visiting around the country, preaching the good news to churches, whether they could afford to pay him or not. But eventually he ran into another problem.
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This substandard Christian novel launches the Lacys' newest series, Shadow of Liberty, based on the stories of faithful immigrants who come through the New York harbor to find freedom in America. This first installment begins in Russia with our hero, Vladimir Petrovna, fighting in the Crimean War. He and his family are born-again Christians who must brave brutal persecution as they meet in secret underground churches. At any moment they could be raided by Cossack police who summarily execute pastors and imprison those who refuse to renounce their relationship to Christ. Vladimir and his family eventually find a way to escape to the West. Although the authors capture some of the terror involved in practicing a non-Orthodox religion in czarist Russia, thereby instilling a greater appreciation for America's freedom of worship, they do so bluntly, with copious Scripture-studded sermons and stilted speeches.