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Chariots in the Smoke: Appomattox Series #9 | [Gilbert Morris]

Chariots in the Smoke: Appomattox Series #9

This is audiobook #9 in the Appomattox Series. It's a hot summer along the Mississippi River, and the Civil War still rages on, bringing devastation to countless lives. But David Rocklin, wealthy son of a Richmond planter, hasn't been touched by the suffering - until now. A surprise meeting with a feisty redhead (who is Confederate to the bone) forces David to make a choice: will he join the Confederate army and fight for the southern slavery he believes is wrong? Or will he risk losing the one woman he's ever loved?
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This is audiobook #9 in the Appomattox Series.

It's a hot summer along the Mississippi River, and the Civil War still rages on, bringing devastation to countless lives. But David Rocklin, wealthy son of a Richmond planter, hasn't been touched by the suffering - until now. A surprise meeting with a feisty redhead (who is Confederate to the bone) forces David to make a choice: will he join the Confederate army and fight for the southern slavery he believes is wrong? Or will he risk losing the one woman he's ever loved? As a secret threatens to destroy him and all he's ever worked for, David makes an unlikely friend, and a startling discovery about the nature of forgiveness.

©1997 Gilbert Morris; (P)2006 Books in Motion

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