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|Starke Co PL - Schricker Main Library (Knox)||F PRI (Text)||30032000285400||ADULT FICTION||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 281 pages; 22 cm
- Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. : Rutledge Hill Press, , ©1969.
|General Note:|| The 2nd vol. of the St. Simons Island trilogy; the 1st: Lighthouse; the 3rd: The beloved invader.
|Summary, etc.:|| Eugenia Price's unforgettettable story of faith, love, and courage in the old south. Reaching manhood during the tumultous years before the Civil War, independent-minded Horace Gould is the black sheep of his family. Finally, after a seven-year absence, the world-weary young man returns to the plantation and manages to win the heart of lovely neighbor Deborah Abbott, who becomes his bride. Older ladies watch for signs of Horace's "wicked past," but Deborah adores her "Mr. Gould" and her life with him, with one exception: he does not share her faith in God. Then the plantation is besieged by Yankee soldiers and Horace fights to save his beloved Black Banks home. Can he learn to trust God to help him face an uncertain future?
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|Subject:||Gould, Horace Bunch, 1812-1881 > Fiction.
Saint Simons Island (Ga. : Island) > Fiction.
Georgia > History 1775-1865 > Fiction.
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