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LAST PLANTATION, THE

Wright, Don

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ISBN 10: 0962787000 / ISBN 13: 9780962787003
Published by Gray Stone Press, Nashville TN, 1990
Used Condition: Good Hard Cover
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534pp Presentation copy "To Ruth Bowers.", signed by Wright. Very slight wear to extremities. Bookseller Inventory # 31715

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Title: LAST PLANTATION, THE

Publisher: Gray Stone Press, Nashville TN

Publication Date: 1990

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Frayed DJ

Signed: Signed Presentation Copy

Edition: First Edition.

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Unforgettable people locked in the passions of love--and war.

Clayton: The handsome Northerner who is bound by love and honor to fight for a cause that he does not believe in.

Lettie: The lovely heiress who will pay any price, endure any shame, to hold onto the South she loves.

Cotton: Born poor, he has never owned a slave, yet fights beside the aristocrats who scorn him--and finds the woman of his dreams.

Fanny: The beautiful young slave who loves a white man more than the promise of freedom.

Rufus: The young man who loves Fanny and whose devotion to his white owner will be sorely tried.

Patrick: The man who hates his own slavery, and will do everything he can to destroy the South.

Angela: The stunning Cherokee princess who is shunned by both the North and the South, and by the man whose love she craves.

Their lives are irrevocably entwined by a war they neither wanted nor understood, by love that dared to cross the barriers of class and race, and by a way of life that disappeared with...

The Last Plantation

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"Engrossing, realistic, and very human....Marvelous." -- Rave Reviews

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