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Rehoboth (Keepers of the Ring #4)

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A brother and sister search for each other after being separated by an Indian prince and his war. The adventures of the keepers of the ring continue . . .

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Christy-award winner Angela Elwell Hunt has authored over eighty books, including the best-selling THE TALE OF THREE TREES, THE IMMORTAL, and THE JUSTICE.
Kindle Edition, 356 pages
Published (first published July 1st 1997)
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Mary
An excellent book in the six-book serier. I would love to own them.
Jeni Enjaian
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Oh. My. Word. This series is incredible! Of Hunt's three historical series I have to say that this is my absolute favorite.

This series explores the relationship between the English and Indian during the colonial period. The main characters, after the first book, are for the most part of biracial which allows Hunt to explore the choices that such a person would have to face... whether to be English or to be Indian.

At the same time some of the mos
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Kathleen Stumpf
Very good book, Its a novel but learned a lot of history about Indians and Puritans and how and why the Indians lost to the English. Ignorance and cruelty. Misunderstanding of cultures on both sides.
Joan Burgett
This is book #4 of the "Keepers of the Ring" series by Angela Elwell Hunt. I have learned a great deal about the treatment of the American Indians in North Carolina, Virginia, and New England in these books. They were treated cruelly as the English took their lands, their homes, and eventually most of their lives. And it shows how true Christianity holds during some of life's most traumatic & dramatic times. I highly recommend this book and this series.
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Christy-Award winner Angela Hunt writes for readers who have learned to expect the unexpected in novels from this versatile author. With over three million copies of her books sold worldwide, she is the best-selling author of more than 100 works ranging from picture books (The Tale of Three Trees) to novels.

Now that her two children have reached their twenties, Angie and her husband live in Florid
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