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Cormorant's Brood (Carolina Chronicles - Chronological Order #6)

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Hardcover, 324 pages
Published June 1st 1976 by Queens House
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Romantic historical fiction about the settling of NC by Europeans. My beloved grandmother loved the work of Fletcher, and I inherited her copies of the books after her death.
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Inglis Clark Fletcher was widely traveled, but the home of her maternal ancestors—coastal North Carolina—provided the stuff of her successful fiction and the home of her later years. The eldest of three children, Fletcher grew up in Edwardsville, Illinois, a small town populated by many displaced Southerners. As a child she preferred reading, debating, and writing novels to other pastimes, but it ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Carolina Chronicles - Chronological Order (1 - 10 of 12 books)
  • Roanoke Hundred
  • Bennett's Welcome
  • Rogue's Harbor
  • Men of Albemarle
  • Lusty Wind for Carolina
  • Raleigh's Eden (The Carolina Chronicles, #5)
  • The Wind in the Forest
  • The Scotswoman
  • Toil of the Brave
  • Wicked Lady
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