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Asunder
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Item #: 978-1478769545 -

Thrust into the middle of Civil War battle, with both Union and Rebel protagonists and antagonists, Asunder, the first in the Trilogy, is a story of love and loss and of families torn apart. Thoroughly researched, the novel presents numerous complex, memorable characters struggling against incredible odds in an epic spanning from Texas to New The story begins in frigid February, long after the battle. Cyntha Favor, an abolitionist and ardent believer in Spiritualism, searches the battlefield...

Splintered
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Item #: 978-1943258468 -

Splintered the 2nd book in the Asunder - Historical Fiction Trilogy, begins with a bang - with Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln at the death of their son, Willie - and the action never lets up. All the superbly memorable characters from the first book return plus some highly intriguing new ones - Texas horse wranglers, The McGavin brothers. They must fight Comanche raiders, and face tornadoes and swollen rivers. The course of their lives intermingles with the main characters.Cyntha Favor,...

Stein House, A German Family Saga
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Item #: 978-1632932082 -

After three long months at sea, Helga Heinrich and her four children sail into the thriving Indianola seaport on the Texas coast in 1853 to begin their new life. They are determined to overcome the memory and haunting legacy of Max, her husband and their papa, who drowned in a drunken leap from the dock as their ship pulled away from the German port. Helga is anxious to be reunited with her sister Amelia, and she's grateful her wealthy brother-in-law, Dr. Joseph Stein, fulfills his part of the...

The Doctors Wife
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Item #: 978-1633631694 -

Young teacher Amelia Anton leaves Germany in 1845 on an immigrant ship bound for Texas. After the death at sea of the child she is hired to tutor, her employer abandons her. Amelia quickly accepts the marriage proposal of the much-respected physician, Joseph Stein, only to discover that he is not the husband she expected. This story of heartache and betrayal is woven into the struggle of the German immigrants who choose to remain on the barren shell beach of Matagorda Bay and create the...

Waters Plantation
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Item #: 978-1633633513 -

It is 1875 in Texas, and Albert Waters takes pride in his image--prosperous merchant and plantation owner who freed his wife's slaves before the Civil War and gave them land after her death. Then his son Toby, ready to depart for Harvard Medical College, demands answers. Was his mother a slave? How does a man account for the truth that on a drunken night, when all he could think about was Amelia, his long-ago lover, he gave in to the touch of a slave girl? Al and the Waters plantation...