The first three novels in Eugenia Price's bestselling Savannah Quartet have touched and won the hearts of millions of readers. Now, she crowns her magnificent saga of the Browning, Mackay, and Stiles families, plunging them into the Civil War with her most memorable novel.
It is 1854, and the United States is being swept ever closer to the Civil War, a conflict that will shatter the young nation and change forever the lives of its people. For the Savannah families, this war will be fought not on distant battlefields, but in their very hearts. It will wrench the conscience of Mark Browning, the Yankee from Philadelphia whose life and love are now rooted in Savannah, but whose unwavering faith in the Union jeopardize all he holds dear. It will tear at the lives of his children: the headstrong Natalie, whose love places her in the way of advancing Union forces; and his only son Jonathan, who finds he must fight for the South -- and against his father's beliefs. For Mark's most cherished friend, Miss Eliza, matriarch of the Mackay family and confidante of Confederate General Robert E. Lee, the war will brutally test her strength and courage as she finds herself powerless to protect her loved ones from the division and heartbreak that are the reality of the Civil War. Miss Eliza's daughter Miss Lib and her husband W. H. Stiles will find their lives, and those of their children, altered forever as the legacies of the past clash with the future that races toward them...
This huge 760-page first edition hardback is in very good condition. The dust jacket has light reading wear and a store sticker. The flap has a price of $19.95.
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