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Hartford (Keepers of the Ring #3)

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Twin sons of Fallon and Gilda vie for approval and their mother's love. The characters' interaction with each other—as well as their understanding of and interactions with God—are carefully woven into a tapestry made up of actual historical events and characters.
Published August 21st 1996 by Tyndale House Publishers
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Joan Burgett
Oct 11, 2013 Joan Burgett rated it really liked it
"Hartford" is book 3 of Angela Elwell Hunt's "Keepers of the Ring" series. It continues the story of Gilda & Fallon Baillie. They were Believers & part of the Pequot Indian nation near Hartford CT. The whole Pequot tribe was murdered because the English wanted their land. The Baillie have identical twin sons: Daniel who goes with the English & Taregan who remains with the Indians. It's a true story of betrayal, suffering, forgiveness, restoration and redemption. I highly recommend ...more
Apr 14, 2011 Mary rated it really liked it
This series is fantastic! I highly recommend it. The difficult part is that they are no longer in print and very hard to find. There are six in the series. I have read four of them and have my library working on finding me #5. I haven't heard anything yet so fear it may be too hard to find.
Jan 14, 2016 Becky rated it it was amazing
The series continues to be a great one.
Jeni Enjaian
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Oh. My. Word. This series is incredible! Of Hunt's three historical series I have to say that this is my absolute favorite.

This series explores the relationship between the English and Indian during the colonial period. The main characters, after the first book, are for the most part of biracial which allows Hunt to explore the choices that such a person would have to face... whether to be English or to be Indian.

At the same time some of the mos
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Full of history, this series is very unique in its setting. I have read very few books (Christian or not) about pre-Revolutionary America and I cannot think of a book-outside of the Dear America series-about the Native American/settlers war and conflicts. Covering Roanoke, Jamestown, Hartford, King Philip's War, and the early slave trade, Angela Hunt wrote a very unique series.
I enjoyed some books in the series more than others, and found some parts of the series redundant and far
Apr 14, 2016 Rachel rated it it was amazing
Enjoyable read to follow up on the Rings series. Slow start, in part due to the Mason quotes, but quickly piqued my interest and held it to the end.
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