9.30.2009

Robert Hicks' A Separate Country




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Fans of Robert Hicks' Widow of the South - and there are quite a few of you out there - will be excited to learn of Hicks' newest release A Separate Country, a tale of redemption in the Reconstruction South. Following the bloody battle at Franklin, TN, Confederate General John Bell Hood retreats to New Orleans to start a new life. Over the next ten years, business hardships, disease, and a strong family love will transform him from the person he was during the Civil War.

Read the rest of my review at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Pin It

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