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By Eugenia Price

ISBN-10: 0385267010

ISBN-13: 9780385267014

A continuing mix of willing mind's eye, meticulous examine, and narrative artistry chronicling the richness and turbulence of lifestyles on Georgia's St. Simons Island on the finish of the struggle of 1812.  The first quantity of The Georgia Trilogy, it is a fascinating saga of friendship, loyalty, and love.

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Then, in his usual solemn manner, the younger man added, "God's punishment will go on too. When the remaining Ebos reach us, whatever kindness and consideration we both try to show may not work out so well ^with them. " He struck the arm of his chair. "I hate it! I hate all of it. " Looking straight at Couper, the younger man said, "This is worse somehow. Dozens of our other people were born in this country. We feel stronger guilt now only because the earlier ones were delivered to us without tragedy.

Except for the expected questions as to the number of Ebos drowned, what might have gone wrong, Thomas Spalding spoke little. There was an almost cold detachment in King's retelling, as though he'd found a way during the intervening time to handle his earlier sense of property waste as well as his own horror. When King finished, an awkward silence mous fell around the three men. "Thank you, Mr. King. I hope you'll feel at liberty be on your way now to the major's rice plantation on Butler's Island.

Right then, Anne de- BRIGHT CAPTIVITY S9 would be better not even to try to get Anna more involved in any of on, she would simply hold it all deep within her own heart. If romance didn't come at the party, she could still dream for the future. And cided, it. it From now she was dreaming —dreaming hard. CHAI>TER '^'^' A FEW DAYS sound four long blasts later, 2 long before he heard his butler, Johnson, on the big conch shell to rouse the people from sleep, John Couper was bathed and dressed, red hair combed and retied into a queue, and waiting alone at the tall front window in the high-ceilinged downstairs parlor.

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