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Enemy Women
Enemy Women
Author: Paulette Jiles
Based on a little-known chapter of the American Civil War, Paulette Jiles' poignant and exquisitely rendered novel is the untold story of a woman caught in a brutal world of betrayal and despair. Both a spirited historical drama and a powerful story of love and courage, Enemy Women has received unequivocal praise on both sides of the border. — IS...  more »
ISBN: 169172
Publication Date: 2002
Pages: 321
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Publisher: Wm Morrow
Book Type: Paperback
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Highly readable story of what it might have been like for civilians living in the South during the Civil War. Although a little strangely written, the story flows along smoothly, propelling you along to an ending that seems a little abrupt and anti-climatic. You turn the last page and wonder what happened next! I guess whatever you hoped for -- write your own ending.