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Adrienne Morris

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Adrienne Morris is the author of The House on Tenafly Road (selected as an Editors’ Choice Book by The Historical Novel Society) and The Tenafly Road Series, the continuing 19th century saga about the Weldon and Crenshaw families of Gilded Age Englewood, New Jersey.


Average rating: 4.18 · 384 ratings · 37 reviews · 6 distinct worksSimilar authors
The House on Tenafly Road (...

4.09 avg rating — 291 ratings — published 2013 — 5 editions
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Weary of Running (The Tenaf...

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Forget Me Not (The Tenafly ...

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The Dew That Goes Early Awa...

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The Grand Union (The Tenafl...

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By the Shores of Solon Pond

A sneak peek at the first chapter of my next novel about a good-natured farmer boy who escapes to fight in the Civil War after a dreadful accident at home.

Take it in! The crickets insisted. Everything bursting with life! The gold and silver riches of the sun setting on this fine autumnal afternoon! Yes, Waldo Potter thought, if I could keep it in my pocket, it would carry me through th

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David McCullough
“Roebling rejoined the Army of the Potomac in February 1863 back at Fredericksburg, where he was quartered late one night in an old stone jail, from which he would emerge the following morning with a story that would be told in the family for years and years to come. The place had little or no light, it seems, and Roebling, all alone, groping his way about, discovered an old chest that aroused his curiosity. He lifted the lid and reaching inside, his hand touched a stone-cold face. The lid came back down with a bang. Deciding to investigate no further, he cleared a place on the floor, stretched out, and went to sleep. At daybreak he opened the chest to see what sort of corpse had been keeping him company through the night and found instead a stone statue of George Washington’s mother that had been stored away for safekeeping.”
David McCullough, The Great Bridge: The Epic Story of the Building of the Brooklyn Bridge

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