Before The Darkness Falls by Eugenia PriceBefore The Darkness Falls by Eugenia Price

Before The Darkness Falls

byEugenia Price

Hardcover | September 10, 2013

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Georgia, 1842. In this grand and passionate era of American history, forged by the dreams of extraordinary men and women, the McKay, Browning, and Stiles families find themselves experiencing love, hardship, and pain in the great Southern city of Savannah. The willful Natalie Browning Latimer’s newfound marital bliss has been threatened by a shattering loss, while the ambitious W. H. Stiles becomes wrapped up in a daring political trail that leads his family into the turmoil of Western Europe. Natalie’s brother Jonathan Browning shocks the family by dropping out of Yale to be with the one woman who could never be welcomed into Savannah society. As the families struggle to maintain their deep love for one another, the South struggles to justify its connection to the Union and moves toward succession.
Eugenia Price (1916-1996) was a New York Times bestselling author of 39 books, with over 40 million copies sold. She is best known for her historical romantic antebellum novels.
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Title:Before The Darkness FallsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:576 pages, 8 × 5.5 × 0.98 inPublished:September 10, 2013Publisher:Turner Publishing CompanyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1630262811

ISBN - 13:9781630262815

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“Romantic . . . entertaining . . . superb!” —The New York Times “Eugenia Price is a name spoken with affection by millions of readers.” —Publishers Weekly “Newcomers to Ms. Price's work should soon join her legions of faithful readers.” —Chattanooga Times “An engrossing novel of antebellum America . . . richly detailed . . . unforgettable!” —Rave Reviews “A charming and engaging picture of life in the South.” —Atlanta Journal Constitution “Colorful . . . appealing . . . exquisitely detailed.” —Anniston Star