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Barbour Books The Surrender - eBook

Morgan Tremayne leaves his Amish heritage to quietly seek his own way. Spurning slavery, he establishes a Virginia horse farm...and a reputation as a good and upright man who shelters Jolie, a young girl left homeless when one of the neighbors dies. Then the horrific events of the Civil War threaten Morgan's carefully built life. He bravely follows his employer, Robert E. Lee into battle, but it will take a life-changing injury on Gettysburg's blood-soaked fields to open Morgan's eyes to what's really worth dying for.
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Date:February 27, 2013
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Location:Detroit, MI
Age:25-34
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Another fabulous historical romance by Gilbert Morris, "The Surrender" tells the tale of General Robert E. Lee's life as well as that of the man who took care of his horse, Private Morgan Tremayne. Following both these men through the Civil War and seeing how God shaped their lives, even in the midst of tragedy, makes this book a wonderful read.
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Life has its bad experiences

Date:February 1, 2013
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Location:Heber Springs, AR
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Gilbert Morris never fails to keep your attention and makes
you feel like you are there. This final book in the series is a fantastic read. It was hard to lay it down. If you are a Civil War buff, you don't want to miss this read.
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