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Let No Man Divide

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Love and war, pride and passion. An unforgettable tale that will capture your heart. St Louis, Spring 1861. Nowhere were the rumblings of inevitable war felt so keenly. Its battle cry would bring together lovely, liberated Leigh Pennington and Hays Banister, the dashing Yankee shipbuilder on a secret Union mission.

From the tent hospitals at Shiloh and Vicksburg to the eleg
Mass Market Paperback, 464 pages
Published 1987 by Berkley
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St. Louis, Missouri 1861. Leigh Pennington is the daughter of a divided household. Her father supports the Union cause, while her southern born mother supports the *home team*. Leigh meets Yankee Hayes Banister when he saves her from injury when a crowd runs amok, and there's sparks a-flying between the two, but this being a romance novel and all there are complications. Leigh's engaged to her childhood friend who has just left to fight for the Confederate army, and Hayes
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Elizabeth Kary has had a lifelong love affair with writing. She published her first poem in fourth grade, and finished an historical novel at fifteen. She wrote through college and graduate school, wrote through twelve years of teaching art in New York State, and nine years of supervising children's classes at the St. Louis Art Museum.

In 1986 Berkley Books released her first historical novel, LOVE
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Love, Honor and Betray Midnight Lace From This Day Onward Endlich Hab' Ich Dich Gefunden: Roman

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