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The Sisters of Valcour
The Sisters of Valcour
Author: Dorothy Daniels
ISBN-13: 9780446954846
ISBN-10: 0446954845
Publication Date: 4/1981
Pages: 412
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Publisher: Warner Books Inc
Book Type: Paperback
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A saga of the Old South and three sisters on a sheltered island swept by the furious winds of war.
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Virginia Hammond was the Belle of Valcour Island. The spoiled, beautiful daughter of her cotton-raising father -- enchanting with her beaux, harsh with her slaves and aflame with the rebel cause. But she was not the only daughter James Hammond had -- there was the quiet sister Nanine and Phoebe, the child of a light-skinned slave. Virgie burned with shame at the thought of Phoebe -- sweet-tempered and, except for her dark skin, enough like her to be her twin. Still it was a good world and safe until the Yankees invaded Valcour Island ... woman-hungry men whose passion was as savage as the war that had split the country asunder...