Winnoby Cabin is the sequel to Pastor McAlester's Bride, but is equally entertaining if read as a stand alone novel.
What others are saying about Winnoby Cabin
"This is no bland Sunday School lesson. The intensity grows with each chapter, and leaves the reader anxious for the next book. Walding combines a warming and winsome faith with nail-biting, otherworldly suspense."
E.E.Kennedy, Author of
Irregarless of Murder
and Death Dangles a Participle.
Life takes a dramatic turn for Casey and Edward McAlester when they uncover a mystery that will forever link their family to the Gregory family - while at the same time their son, Barrett, is thrust into instant fatherhood.
They move to a peaceful community in the mountains of eastern Oklahoma in search of a tranquil life and find just the opposite when they discover Winnoby is Satan's chosen home away from home. The Evil One's minions set out to stop the McAlester's influence on the few remaining faithful and, at all costs, stop Casey from writing the book God has called her to write. The heinous Satan-worshipping inhabitants of the community are eager to join in the battle against all that's good and holy.
Barrett falls in love with Jenna, a beautiful Native American girl whom the Prince of Darkness has already chosen for his bride when his reign over earth comes. When the McAlesters try to escape the deadly trap set by the townsfolk and take Jenna with them . . . the gates of Hell can't contain the Evil One's rage.