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I love all of Robert Morgans books. His style of writing holds me throughout.Published 6 months ago by Dora J Wurzel
Very interesting view of the Revolutionary War with an unusual situation and woman's point of view. I will say no more - read it and find out!Published 13 months ago by shirleen
Robert Morgan's books reveal a depth of human pathos and perseverance that is unmatched. I am drawn to read all his books for the historical content and settings. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jennifer
Now I must fantasize about what direction events took until the sequel is written. The author has many " rabbits " to chase in deciding the next book. I can hardly wait.Published 17 months ago by Ottis Houston
I ordered this book by mistake - I am not a big war story fan. But this was different. First of all, it was the American Revolution, and the type of war they fought was quite... Read morePublished 18 months ago by P. Boardman
Engaging from the beginning to the end, which I did not want to end. I recommend this wonderful read to all.Published 19 months ago by Charles
Much like other books written. I would hope that his next book will lead in a different direction. Maybe will be in a town or city we can campare with. Read morePublished 19 months ago by jlew
Rolling along to the climax of the book and it ended abruptly! Just when you are ready for the plot to work itself out, it doesn't. Read morePublished 20 months ago by stargazer
It was one pf the best books I have read! It tells about the history of our country abd what people went through to get their freedom from the English. The story is excellent. Read morePublished 21 months ago by dorasene holstein