Plantation

Plantation

by Fern Smith-Brown
     
 

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Fern Smith-Brown DOB May 23, 1939 Nashua, NH. Graduate of Bel Air High School. Married Clifford Brown May 11, 1948. They have three children. As the wife of a career military man, traveled and lived in many foreign countries as well as in many different states. Publisher and editor of Darlington Times, 1985-1996 and Penny Paper Novels, 1992-1996. A student of southern…  See more details below

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Fern Smith-Brown DOB May 23, 1939 Nashua, NH. Graduate of Bel Air High School. Married Clifford Brown May 11, 1948. They have three children. As the wife of a career military man, traveled and lived in many foreign countries as well as in many different states. Publisher and editor of Darlington Times, 1985-1996 and Penny Paper Novels, 1992-1996. A student of southern history. Author of twelve books. Resides in Darling, Md. Fern and her husband spend winters in their beachfront home on one of the Florida Keys. Member Romance Writers of America.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780966672138
Publisher:
GoldenIsle Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date:
03/01/1999
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
5.72(w) x 8.76(h) x 0.82(d)

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David Healey
"It's a story of forbidden love that sounds as if it were taken from today's headlines. Tilda and James are in love as the Civil War looms. However, these Southern lovers can never be together. Tilda is a slave. James is the master. . . .don't be surprised that the novel's plot sounds a lot like the recent controversy over the alleged affair between Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson . . .a blend of daring escapes through the Underground Railroad, slave revolts, a devastating war that looms on the horizon and a way of life soon to change forever."

David Healey, Whig Features Editor and author, Elkton, MD, Dec 1998.

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