Monticello : a daughter and her father / Sally Cabot Gunning.
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- ISBN: 9781460390153
- Physical Description: 553 pages ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thorndike Press, 2016.
From the critically acclaimed author of The Widow's War comes a captivating work of literary historical fiction that explores the tenuous relationship between a brilliant and complex father and his devoted daughter Thomas Jefferson and Martha Jefferson Randolph. After the death of her beloved mother, Martha Jefferson spent five years abroad with her father, Thomas Jefferson, on his first diplomatic mission to France. Now, at seventeen, Jefferson s bright, handsome eldest daughter is returning to the lush hills of the family s beloved Virginia plantation, Monticello. While the large, beautiful estate is the same as she remembers, Martha has changed. The young girl that sailed to Europe is now a woman with a heart made heavy by a first love gone wrong.
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