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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Eugenia Price
  • ISBN:
    0425100049
  • ISBN13:
    978-0425100042
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  • Publisher:
    Berkley (October 1, 1986)
  • Subcategory:
    Genre Fiction
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  • Rating:
    4.8
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Orphaned Mark Browning was only twenty when he renounced his father's fortune and sailed to Savannah.

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Savannah Quartet books. Savannah so you can read it first. It's a wonderful series, as all of her books are. I wish someone would make movies from Eugenia Price's books. Report inappropriate content. 3. Re: Eugenia Price's books. 2 years ago. -:- Message from TripAdvisor staff

Eugenia Price’s most popular book is Savannah (Savannah Quartet, #1).

Books by Eugenia Price. Showing 30 distinct works. Savannah (Savannah Quartet, by. Eugenia Price.

Eugenia Price was born in Charleston, WV, June 22, 1916, to Walter (a dentist) and Anna Price. Her manuscripts are housed at Boston University. Eugenia Price’s books.

Few writers have earned a place in readers hearts as dear as Eugenie Price. Orphaned Mark Browning was only twenty when he renounced his father's fortune and sailed to Savannah, his mother's birthplace. and the home of two remarkable women. The first is Eliza McQueen Mackay, his mentor's beautiful wife, whom Mark loves with a deep, pure love that can never be spoken.

Orphaned Mark Browning was only twenty when he renounced his father's fortune and sailed to Savannah, his mother's birthplace. The other is lovely young Caroline Cameron, whose life is blighted by a secret that has tormented her grandparents for half a century-a secret that affects Mark more closely than he imagines.

Used availability for Eugenia Price's Savannah. September 2013 : USA Hardback.

Stranger in Savannah Eugenia Price 0385230699, Hardcover, 755pp, Romance, Fiction Doubleday, 1989 Condition: used, good condition with light edgewear, a few colored pencil marks around the edge, and clean, tight pages. There is a name written in pencil at the top right of the first page before the title page. The dust jacket is in acceptable condition with tanning of aging, moderate edgewear and a stain inside the cover at the top. Synopsis: It is 1854, and the United States is being swept ever closer to the Civil War, a conflict that will shatter the young nation and change forever the lives.

Throughout the city's elegant streets, stirrings of the Civil War are taking hold. More by Eugenia Price. Include any personal information. Mention spoilers or the book's price. For three families, the Brownings, the Mackays, and the Stileses, the war has already begun within their hearts, drawing battle lines where once there was love. 0) 50 characters minimum.

Few writers have earned a place in readers' hearts as dear as Eugenie Price. Her novels entice us into a vanished world, peopled by characters who immediacy makes their joy, sorrow, heartbreak, and soaring love something we can share and savor. Eugenia Price chose Savannah, Georgia as one of the most fascinating cities of the South, as the setting of a quartet of novels that follow the fortunes of the city and families that gave it life.Orphaned Mark Browning was only twenty when he renounced his father's fortune and sailed to Savannah, his mother's birthplace...and the home of two remarkable women. The first is Eliza McQueen Mackay, his mentor's beautiful wife, whom Mark loves with a deep, pure love that can never be spoken. The other is lovely young Caroline Cameron, whose life is blighted by a secret that has tormented her grandparents for half a century--a secret that affects Mark more closely than he imagines. Desiring one woman, loved by another Mark must confront the ghosts of a previous generation, and face the evil smoldering hate, before he can truly call Savannah his home.

sobolica
A Perfect Culmination of the Savannah Quartet written by Eugenia Price! Her usual historically correct and graphic extension of authentic characters begun in Savannah continues in Stranger in Savannah. The only criticism I have is not of the author or novel, but of the publication, unfortunately. There were enough errors in type to be quite distracting; that is unacceptable in my view. This, I suppose, should have taken down the rating a star or two, but I felt it unfair to the author to do that. She is not here to defend herself, so I will do that for her and place the blame where it should be; I do not want to give a false impression of the core of the book to a prospective reader who might read my review. The author is spotless, so she, herself, gets the five stars; the publisher of the Kindle version is the one in error. Thank you very much for this opportunity.
Yayrel
Rarely have I read more enjoyable and informative historical fiction. Eugenia Price brings the characters to life in her Savannah series. One has a sense of actually being there in pre Civil War and during the Civil War. Her research was extensive and detailed. Much of it taken from letters and newspaper articles of the time the story takes place. I recommend reading the entire series of 4 books consecutively. I am almost to the end of the series, and am almost sad that it is ending. I would love to see this as a miniseries.
Aradwyn
I've read other Eugenia Price works and enjoyed those so much that I thought I'd begin reading the Savannah Quartet to see how I would like this series. Just as I suspected ... I love this one, too! So far, I've only gotten into Savannah (the first book in this series), but I can hardly wait to begin the second book. Great read!
Brannylv
I enjoyed the continuing saga of the Browning and McKay families. Life is loss, and especially so in the 1800's when people died, often young, of tuberculosis, measles, yellow fever, childbirth, dysentery, and other ailments that rarely kill today. Superimposed on the national tragedy of the civil war, it was food for thought about the fragility of life coupled with the courage and hardiness of our predecessors. The great political divide of the decades leading up to the civil war nearly mirror the divisive times we are living in today. It behooves us to learn lessons from the past and to consider understanding and conciliation before violence as a means of resolving our national differences. I was surprised at the relevance of this decades old book.
ℓo√ﻉ
The Savannah series is wonderfully written and has a story line that begins with the founding of the city and continues through the post . Civil War era. Each book builds on the other in history and characters. Many of the characters are real people and the history given is authentic, with some poetic license. The first book, Savannah, is the bedrock of the series and, if you are going to only read one, this is it.
Braned
Eugenia Price is a great writer. I HAD to get copies for my Kindle. These are multi read books. She really does her research..you can go to Savannah and find the homes, graves, streets,etc.
Xtintisha
This is the perfect book to read if you are planning a trip to tour Savannah, Georgia. I have read all of Eugenia Price's book several times and it was time to repeat this one since I will be traveling to Savannah in several weeks. I prefer reading books on the kindle now since it is easier to increase font size and better lighting.
This is a great read if you enjoy early southern history. It takes place in pre civil war days. It richly depicts the early days of Savannah, Georgia as seen thru the eyes of a northern transplant (who doesn't believe in owning slaves) and locals , who have known no other way. I have enjoyed it immensely and can't wait to read the other books of the same category. These are not new books. I read them twenty or thirty years ago. But I'm enjoying re-visiting them.