The fateful battle over Kansas as a free or slave state enters the lives of the Whitlaw family and brings them to Lawrence, stronghold of the free-staters.
In Daughter of the Sword, Deborah suffers from the tragic killing of her parents by mid-19th century guerillas, her fight for freedom from the man she does not love, and her desire for the man she cannot claim.
"Jeanne Williams' name is synonymous with historical novels." (Amarillo (Texas) News)
Author Bio: Jeanne Williams' family fought on both sides of the Civil War and lived along the Kansas-Missouri Border. She grew up hearing stories of Quantrill and nearby battles. Microfilm of Lawrence, Kansas, newspapers that were printed before the town was formed provided much information for this book.
Famous for her historical romance novels, Jeanne Williams is winner of the Levi-Strauss Golden Saddleman Award for lifetime achievement in western literature and former president of the Western Writers of America. Williams resides in Portal, Arizona.
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