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He jerked his head upward and stared through the foliage. The sun fell upon his face but he shivered nevertheless. Can it be that the day will come when a Searcy is not loyal to the king?

A seemingly-simple tinsmith, Coleman Witherspoon, cunningly schemes to turn the loyalist town of Searcyville into a patriot stronghold. The founder, Seymour Searcy, struggles to keep
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Paperback, 345 pages
Published November 6th 2013 by Rook Publishing (first published November 5th 2013)
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Julia Talbert
Feb 25, 2014 rated it really liked it
I was very surprised at how much I enjoyed this book. Despite the story being set in Revolutionary War time, it was easy to connect to the characters. The story was easy to follow and even had me rooting for the Loyalists. If you're looking for an interesting and easy read this is the book for you.
Alice Klies
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I'm not really a history buff, but became very engaged in this book on early America. Along with a simple but interwoven plot I found myself participating with the characters. At the same time I felt a growth in spirituality that I didn't expect. Questions at the end of the book caused me to step back and take a look at my own actions in life's journey.
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Joy Gage knew she wanted to be a writer from age 8. After graduating from Biola in 1950 with a degree in Christian education, she began her writing career by submitting articles to Christian magazines. Gage has since published several books. Some of Gage’s books were inspired by witnessing families’ struggles within the church. Her most popular title has been When Parents Cry, a book for those ...more