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Beyond The Searching River (Heartsong Presents #27)

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Raised in a southern orphanage after the War Between the States, Libba has only one memory of her early life: a recurring nightmare about burning railroad tracks twisted around pine trees. It feeds her hatred of the federal soldiers who destroyed her land and separated her from her family.
Without knowing who she is, Libba's life is on hold. She cannot accept the love of
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Paperback, 186 pages
Published March 1st 1994 by Barbour Publishing
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Writers from Margaret Mitchell to Eugenia Price and John Jakes have shown that the market is enormous, dependable and insatiable for authentically researched historical novels of the antebellum, Civil War and Reconstruction period of the American South. For the past twenty years and more, Jacquelyn Cook has been publishing successfully into this lucrative and appreciative market. To date, her hist ...more
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