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Is reconstruction healing America, or are dark clouds sending a warning?

America continues the struggle to become a country for everyone...

Carrie struggles to start a new practice in Richmond as tragedy changes her life dramatically.

Janie welcomes new life into the world.

Rose and Moses almost lose what they hold most precious, and then face new violence on the plantation as anger and frustration boil over. Salvation comes from an unexpected source.

Florence Robinson, on the verge of joining the Richmond medical practice, finds herself trapped an ocean away.

Felicia, on the brink of womanhood, discovers a new talent that gives her great joy, even while struggling to deal with the source of a burning anger.

When everyone really just wants a simple, clear future, each person finds they have to search for the light shining through growing dark clouds.

Volume number 15 of the Bregdan Chronicles continues the sweeping historical saga that now encompasses the last months of 1870 through March 1871.

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!

©2019 Ginny Dye (P)2019 Ginny Dye

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  • 10-02-20

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This book is as riveting as all the earlier books in the series. I love the level of detail the author includes. And the narrator’s performance allows me to get lost in the story and characters. I look forward to the next book.