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In this third and final book in the series, the Davidson family continues to help slaves to freedom as conductors on the Underground Railroad. With one son, Seth, a war photographer for a newspaper in the North and their other son, Thomas, fighting for the Confederacy, Richmond and Carolyn pray for both sons safety. Meanwhile, the Davidsons are in financial trouble and about to lose their land. Cherity Waters has the ability to help them, but when she discovers Seth, the man she hoped to marry, with his old girlfriend Veronica, Cherity jumps to conclusions and questions the integrity of the entire Davidson family. All the while, the dangerous past of their mysterious neighbor, Mr. Brown, begins to intertwine with their own lives. As the turbulence of the Civil War disrupts a nation, will one family be able to survive intact as they seek to follow Gods will?
From the Back Cover:
Torn from the heart of Africa; driven from their ancestral homelands; fleeing persecution to seek new opportunitiesthree races forge a nation . . . and long to be free.
Richmond and Carolyn Davidson. A man and woman of faith who risk everything in the fight for freedoma fight that could cost them their home and their loved ones.
Cherity Waters. A young woman longing for a family who discovers a heritage she never imagined.
Thomas Davidson. A Confederate soldier who breaks taboos for the sake of a slave girl. Veronica Fitzpatrick. A spoiled socialite desperate to escape the clutches of a cutthroat spy network.
Mr. Brown. The mysterious neighbor with an explosive secret.
The Civil War stains American soil and splits families apart as brothers are forced to take sides. Corruption thrives as evil men use the war for personal gain. In this dark and dangerous time, every man and woman must choose a path. Only some will have the courage to stand for truth . . . for freedom . . . for love.
I don't have a review copy of this book so I can't tell you much about it except to say that I love Michael Phillips and have read at least eight historicals he has written. He's an awesome author who always has a compelling story to share!