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Loving Lynn Celia: A Novel of the French and Indian War in the South.
by G. G. Stokes, Jr.   

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Historical Fiction

Publisher:  ePress-online ISBN-10:  193425830X Type: 
Pages: 

196

Copyright:  Dec, 12, 2008 ISBN-13:  9781934258309
Fiction

Book 2 of the Colonial Southeast Series. In this prequel to A Lesser Form of Patriotism, author and historical researcher G.G. Stokes, Jr. brings the turbulent years of the French and Indian War to life.

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Lynn Celia Claxton arrives in the British colony of Georgia during March of 1756. Within a month, she finds herself widowed and on the run from the law. Slipping aboard a flatboat on the Savannah River, she is discovered by Thomas Simpson, a young man whose life will be intertwined with hers from that moment onward. This bittersweet historical novel follows the lives of these two people as they seek to carve a place for themselves in the hostile wilderness of the colonial Southeast. It is a tale of love, danger, and deliverance that will keep a reader turning its pages long into the night.





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