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Alabama Twilight

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There was perhaps no place in history more filled with romance and beauty than the old South in the days before the Civil War. Now, journey down Magnolia Road and visit the most majestic plantations of that gracious era ...


Bounded by lush, untouched timberland, rich cottonfields and sweeping magnolia trees, Rose of Heaven was one of the grandest
Paperback, 479 pages
Published March 1st 1993 by Pinnacle
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Tracey Smith
Sep 21, 2011 rated it it was amazing
At 478 pages this is a fairly lengthy book. The good thing about a book this long is you have plenty of time to develop characters and subplots, the bad thing is you run the risk of getting boring at times. I am happy to say I was never bored for a moment while reading this book. The settings were described so vividly I could easily picture the Alabama plantation Rose of Heaven, but never found myself skimming over lengthy descriptions looking for the story. All of the characters were so develop ...more
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