Sunrise
    (2008)

    Fiction

    eBook

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PUBLISHED
[United States] : BelleBooks Inc., 2008
Made available through hoopla
DESCRIPTION
1 online resource
ISBN/ISSN
9781935661238 (electronic bk.) MWT12340837, 193566123X (electronic bk.) 12340837
LANGUAGE
English
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An epic novel of love, family, faith, and war. Inspired by the true story behind one of the South's most historic mansions. In 1849, Anne Tracy, a cultured, bookish young woman confined by antebellum society, married a railroad baron in her hometown of Macon, Georgia, William Butler Johnston, twenty years her senior. During their lengthy European honeymoon, Anne and William's formal marriage blossomed into an enchanting love story. The Johnston's returned home and built one of the most fabulous Italianate mansions in the South. Anne's privileged life was soon tested by tragedy and war. Her journey from bitter heartbreak to renewed faith and forgiveness created a powerful legacy far greater than money. Sunrise, filled with meticulous research and authentic detail, tells the true story behind the marbled halls of the Johnston-Felton-Hay mansion, now one of modern Georgia's most acclaimed historic estates. Book Two in Jacquelyn Cook's trilogy about notable Southern families in Civil War era Georgia

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