The Moon Over Willow Run a novel by Dan E. L. Patch


“This novel by the police chief of Ypsilanti, Michigan, gives us a love story written from the Christian standpoint. It deals with such vital themes as the Great Commission, the problem of love and marriage between a believer and an unbeliever, and Christian patriotism. It is a timely book and one that should be helpful to our people.” – Christian Observer

“A very readable novel, in an up-to-the-minute setting, tells the old, old story – ever new – the power of the Gospel in the lives of everyday people.” Pilot

“The descriptive work of the author is superb as he pictures western scenery. This feature adds much to the book’s appeal. We heartily recommend this book.” – Independent Baptist

“A good story. Dan Patch knows the secret of making things interesting.” – Banner

Book Contents

  • Dust Jacket Text
  • Foreword
  • 1 An Open Door
  • 2 Among The Giants
  • 3 Conflicting Emotions
  • 4 The Devil’s Backbone
  • 5 An Imperceptible Conquest
  • 6 A Willfully Starved Soul
  • 7 At Cross Purposes
  • 8 Not In The Will Of The Lord
  • 9 Geological Wonders
  • 10 A Testimony Of God’s Handiwork
  • 11 A Human Conundrum
  • 12 A Misunderstood Love
  • 13 An Unusual Request
  • 14 A Strange Coincidence
  • 15 A Man Of Mystery
  • 16 It Is Appointed Unto Man Once To Die
  • 17 The Importance Of A Soul
  • 18 A Threatened Event
  • 19 Perplexing Problems
  • 20 The Triangle
  • 21 Positive And Negative Force
  • 22 The Fury Of Hell
  • 23 Marching Orders
  • 24 Void Of Romance
  • 25 A Passport Home

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Publication Information

  • Lutheran Library edition first published: 2019-08-26
  • Updated: 2019-08-26
  • Copyright: CC BY 4.0