“Where I’m Bound”, a stunning and engaging Civil War novel, was the first novel (in 2000) to focus solely on the soldiers of an African American regiment.
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When Duckett escapes his life of bondage to become a cavalry scout, he grows to be more than a free man—he becomes a hero. Duckett and his hard-riding regiment roam the Mississippi Delta, freeing slaves and keeping vital waterways open for the Union. As the war approaches its final, tragic days, Duckett embarks on his most dangerous mission yet: to return to the plantation from which he escaped in order to reunite with his wife and daughter.
Thirteen-year-old Cinda Parker and her brother Ian have a special mental connection. When a mysterious stranger, Lexi, arrives from the future, they realize they’re more than typical mid-twenty-first century children.
Evan finds herself lost in a world between life and death, but something else is there with her. Something sinister, demanding that its secrets be revealed.
When Jack Quinn’s friend, Tom, is found dead by apparent suicide, Jack turns to a cryptic email for answers. Then, when Tom’s wife goes missing, he uncovers a far more disturbing truth that will send the country spiraling out of control.
“The Peaks at the Edge of the World has a similar mix of fantasy and adventure with a moral tale at its center. This is a book that’s appropriate for a younger audience than most sci fi/fantasy novels. Enjoy the read!” –Kathy Dunhoff, Zola Award-winning Women’s Fiction Writer