Overview

The War Between the States changed a young Southern gentleman’s life forever. He lost his love, he gave up his home, and he changed his name. Though his family searched for him with little success, the unknown family past of Andrew Hamilton caught up with Hamilton Anderson just when he’d started to live and love again.

Can family secrets rip wounds in the sons as they did in the fathers? Can a second generation make peace with the twisted sins...
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Tomorrow Came Early

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Overview

The War Between the States changed a young Southern gentleman’s life forever. He lost his love, he gave up his home, and he changed his name. Though his family searched for him with little success, the unknown family past of Andrew Hamilton caught up with Hamilton Anderson just when he’d started to live and love again.

Can family secrets rip wounds in the sons as they did in the fathers? Can a second generation make peace with the twisted sins of the first, or did the sins of the father perpetuate and even escalate in the son? If the Hamiltons thought it was already Too Late for Tomorrow, what would they do if Tomorrow Came Early?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014040488
  • Publisher: Wings ePress, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/1/2003
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Diana Lee Johnson is a native of Northern Virginia. By day she’s the Purchasing Agent for a municipal government. By night (and weekends) she’s a writer.

Stories flow through her mind like movies projecting in her head, waiting for her to find time to write them down. Diana must switch them off so she can work at her day job. “I weave a little of myself into everything I write. My characters take on their own personalities and I wait like the reader to hear what they say next.”

Writing poetry since the age of 6, Diana dabbled in short stories at 13, but took prose more seriously as an outlet after she turned 30. She enjoys writing fiction in several genres hoping to entertain a variety of readers with drama, suspense, humor, and romance. Her characters could be someone you know or someone so outrageous you can only imagine meeting them.

She would love to hear from you. Please visit her website:, or write her at P. O. Box 3003, Falls Church, VA 22043.
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