White Nights, Red Morning (The Russians, #6)
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White Nights, Red Morning (The Russians #6)

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Book 6 of The Russians. The Fedorcenko family clings to each other and their faith in God as Russia plunges from World War I into a dangerous and bloody civil war.
Published October 1st 1996 by Bethany House Publishers
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You know you're in for something crazy when the author has to put up a disclaimer in the beginning of their novel. "Whoa guys, things are going to get racy!"

Makes me wonder who told her to put the disclaimer in there, surely she did't think of it herself. The publishing company? Her editor? Her agent?

Guess it doesn't really matter for it serves its purpose. This book does need a disclaimer and not a nice one either.


Just when you think The Russians can't get any worse BAM! it gets worse. For...more
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Diena Riding
I love historical fiction. There is so much I am learning about this time period in Russia. Can't wait to finish the series with the last book.
I read this over 15 years ago. Judith Pella was one of my top 3 authors of the time. Christian historical fiction - a wonderful genre!
Continuing with this series... Interesting to read how long a period of time the Russian revolution was breweing.
Amanda Kay
Got this book for free and read it and liked it so much I bought the next one to find out what happened!
I loved most of this series but this book lost me.
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Judith Pella is a bestselling, award-winning author whose writing career spans two decades. Her in-depth historical and geographical research combines with her skillful storytelling to provide readers with dramatic, thought-provoking novels. She and her husband make their home in Scapoose, Oregon.
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