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Sheltering Arms (Cry of Freedom #7)

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Renée Harris and her husband Coleman are wealthy plantation owners in war-torn Virginia during the year 1863. When her husband and son join the Confederate Army, Renée must contend with life at “Rose Hill,” all on her own. She struggles with devastating grief and the hardships of war and must elicit the aid of her trusty slaves to get by. During Rene's moment of deepest ...more
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Published June 30th 2013 by Helping Hands Press
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Aug 14, 2013 JudyAnn rated it really liked it
Sheltering Arms expresses the passion that inspired Murray Pura to organize the Murray Pura's Cry of Freedom collection. I recommend this seventh volume in the collection.

Sheltering Arms displays every facet of dramatic tension that could have occurred to the people during the War Between the States, both for civilians and soldiers.

Glimpse a story of a deep and abiding love, dear reader, through the tears creating glass tiles before your eyes. Enjoy and read of the future for a family that endu
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Jul 07, 2013 Marian Baay rated it it was amazing
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This wonderful novella written by JOETTE BALDWIN is the 7th story in Murray Pura's Cry of Freedom series.

This is the story of Renée Chastain Harris, a woman who lived at Rose Hill Plantation, Virginia during the Civil War. The year 1863 was going to be a difficult year for Renée with her husband and son away fighting in the war.

People who know me will attest to the fact that I’m not easily impressed. But Joette Baldwin did it!—she impressed me with her rich descriptions that spoke to my imagina
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Jul 07, 2013 Diana Montgomery rated it it was amazing
The year is 1963. Taken place at a plantation in southern Virginia. Rose Hill seems run down. A walk down memory lane. Going back to the year of 1863. About Renee Chastain Harris living at Rose Hill plantation with her father during Civil war times. Hard time for Renee her husband Coleman and her son Burke have gone off to fight in the war. I can't imagine going to the depot and looking on a list to see if my husband and son were still alive. Coleman before he leaves plants a Magnolia tree on ...more
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