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Heaven and Hell
Heaven and Hell
Author: John Jakes
Springtime 1865. In Washington, D.C. a two day military parade proclaims the Union Triumph. In Richmond, Virginia, smoldering ruins testify to the Confederate defeat. the Civil War is over, but there is no peace. This is the conclusion of the North and South Trilogy: North and South, Love and War, Heaven and Hell. — It is a story of two fami...  more »
ISBN: 51769
Pages: 722
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Publisher: Harcourt, Brace Jovanovich
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette
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If you liked any of the John Jakes novels, this is a must have. It is a story of the Mains of South Carolina and the Hazards of Pennsylvania after the Civil War. The plot uses history interwoven with the fates of these two families. If you like John Jakes' novels, you will love this one.

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