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A Sound Among the Trees by Susan Meissner
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Oct 08, 11

bookshelves: civil-war, southern-women, historial-romance-america, historical-civil-war-romance
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A SOUND AMONG THE TREES by Susan Meissner is an interesting inspirational comtemporary with historical overtones.It is fast paced,with interesting characters and a plot that will have you turning pages. It has a Southern family, a possible spy,a possible traitor,loss,mystery,suspense,intrigue,hardship,the Civil War,a ghost without a ghost ,healing,forgiveness,love,strife,the present overlapping with the past and learning the truth of the past. It is a house shrouded with secrets and the women with a loss heritage. It is a complex story with captiviating characters and an intriguing plot. With deep family roots,superstitions,and the sacrifices of the women of Holly Oak,the truth about Susannah Page may finally surface and be told. “A Sound Among the Trees” is an enjoyable read for any historical,Civil War, romance, inspirational and contemporary readers. Received for review from the publisher. Details can be found at WaterBrook Multnomah,a division of Random House Inc.and My Book Addiction Reviews.
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