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When everyone yearns for peace, will there ever be a time when they don't have to hope for courage to continue? America continues the struggle to become a country for everyone...
Carrie joins hands with Janie and Elizabeth as threats against their medical clinic become reality. Anthony fights to support his wife, while facing threats of his own. In the midst of danger, a new love is born.
Jeremy and Marietta embrace the historic beginning of blacks right to vote - only to lose someone who has become very precious to them. Abby is in New York City for a Bregdan Woman meeting, but she, Thomas, and Matthew are caught up in unexpected violence and the takedown of a corrupt politician.
Peace reigns on the plantation as Moses works to overcome the destruction of the massive flood. Rose fights to keep her school a haven for both black and white students. Peter, in Chicago for a journalistic conference, is caught up in one of the greatest catastrophes of American history.
When everyone just wants a simple, clear future, each person finds they must search for the courage to continue moving forward.
This is book 16 in The Bregdan Chronicles by best-selling author Ginny Dye and continues the sweeping historical saga that now encompasses April 1871 - January 1872.
How many books will be in the Bregdan Chronicles? No one knows yet. Ginny intends to write these character's stories, one year at a time, for as long as she is able to write. She is passionate about bringing history to life through historical fiction. Since she is amazingly healthy, that could be for a very long time. She doesn’t like stories to end any more than you do. This one won't end for a very long time!
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- Kim A
Story continues well but must switch from Audible to Kindle
Christine Smith is a hard act to follow but I have tried 3 audio books with Tiffany I just can’t anymore. She speaks waay too fast for a southerner and makes all the women seem giggly and silly. Also not much differentiation between the voices. I tried but this is my last audiobook in this series