"One of the most engaging and brilliantly crafted historical works since Margaret Mitchell's great classic." Barbara Casey, Author, The Coach's Wife ...it was about the land. It is July of 1859, a month of sweltering dog days and feverish emotional bombast. Life is good for widower Rundell Ingram and his hazel-eyed, roan-haired son, Hamilton. Between the two of them, they take care of Moccasin Hollow, their rustic dogtrot ancestral home, a sprawling non-slave plantation in the rolling farming country outside Queensborough ...

Moccasin Trace 2014, Archebooks Publishing, Incorporated

ISBN-13: 9781595072603

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Moccasin Trace 2006, Archebooks Publishing, Las Vegas

ISBN-13: 9781595071484