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Having survived the Quantrill raid of Lawrence, Kansas in 1863, a young woman turns to the power of her pen to help emancipate slaves and is embroiled in a romantic struggle between two men, one of whom is happily married. After arriving in the nation’s capitol, she meets Walt Whitman, who inspires her to write a novel about slavery. When a soldier and former slave named Tinker, who is a friend of hers, receives a ceremonial medal from Lincoln, she is convinced the President will free slaves throughout the land. After witnessing his assassination in Ford’s Theater, she gives up her cause, but later she opens her door to an unexpected visitor, giving her hope for the future.
Several Civil War battles—Baxter Springs (KS), Chattanooga (TN), Chickamauga (GA), and Franklin (TN)—come to life in this historically accurate novel…a book so realistic readers, showing both the North and the South’s perspective on the war, with characters who come totally alive, they will swear they’ve been transported back to the 19th century.