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    Frances Patton Statham
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    Pan Books (December 8, 1989)
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    384 pages
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About the Author: Frances Patton Statam is an award-winning artist, musician, writer, and lecturer.

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Frances Patton g author, musician, artist, and lecturer-graduated magna cum laude from Winthrop University with a double major in voice performance and music education

Frances Patton g author, musician, artist, and lecturer-graduated magna cum laude from Winthrop University with a double major in voice performance and music education. She received her master of fine arts degree from the University of Georgia, and an honorary doctorate from World University. Selected as Georgia Author of the Year in Fiction on three separate occasions, Statham has written fourteen novels, one nonfiction book-Mountain Legacy-and numerous magazine articles.

A sequel to "The Roswell Women", this novel continues the story of Allison Meadors after the Civil War. She is appalled to find that the girl her son intends to marry is really the daughter of her first husband Coin, whom she believed to have died in a massacre in the war.

I grew in this area. The research was well done. The story touching. One of the main thought or message for me was the strong instinct to survive which crosses all races, and social economic boundaries. Slavery is horrible, and the civil war was horrible. Most people who lived in north Georgia led hardscrabble lives. People today seem to think that all white women of that era wore hoop skirts and were waited on hand and foot by black slaves. That is far from the truth. My ancestors were simple people trying to survive and raise their families. No slaves, just hard work. This story reminded that cruelty knows generational boundries. Native people were marched along the Trail of Tears in the east and the west. Hitler loaded Jews into boxcars bound for the work camps and gas chambers. The civil war probably had more that one incident of this nature. Today mexicans voluntarily pack into crowded trucks to be transported for work purposes. Enjoyed the book.
Love this story had read it back in the late 80's, it was my Grandmother's and she passed it down to my mom however, I wanted one for myself. I had been looking everywhere for one (and it's sequel)for several years and I was over joyed to have found it on!!! I really don't like the cover picture as much as the original but as I understand when it went back into reprint the author had to come up with a new cover. BTW- I had the privilege of meeting Mrs. Statham last year!! It was a wonderful experience getting to meet her and hear her views on writing the story!
I loved this book. Excellent follow-up to the Roswell Women. Highly recommended.
Enjoyed the book. Kept my interest with the suspense about the lovers and their parents. Many facts regarding location of the events.
This is one of the best historic fiction novels I have ever read! In this sequel to The Roswell Women, the author does a magnificent job of blending historic Civil War facts with fiction filled with scandal, love affair, and feminism.