Where Honor Dwells (The Appomattox Saga, #3)
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Where Honor Dwells (The Appomattox Saga #3)

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Vince Franklin, intent on inheriting the family fortune, enlists the aid of Jake Hardin. When Jake falls in love with Vince's sister, both men face the most important spiritual decision of their lives.
Paperback, 351 pages
Published May 11th 2001 by Tyndale House Publishers (first published 1993)
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Kristin Funk-neubauer
Still enjoying this series, but I'm starting to feel a bit baffled by the extent to which it avoids the issue of slavery. I suppose it's more about what happens to members of this family during the Civil War, and it doesn't have to be about the war itself or about how bad slavery was, but I'm uncomfortable with how the slaves are just there but are not developed characters. They're just faithful servants who don't seem to mind their complete lack of freedom and self-determination.
Walter Smith
does Gilbert Morris ever write a bad book.(I DONT THINK SO)
EXCELLENT history and faith--Civil War
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