Dark clouds and chaos descend lower upon America as the war rages around them; threatening all they hold dear.
Carrie and Robert are once more pulled apart, and Carrie finds herself the target of a hostile group of men determined to stop her from providing medical care of black residents of Richmond. How long can she continue to save other people’s lives at the risk of her own?
Aunt Abby is sucked into a violent riot in the North, while Matthew faces the greatest challenge of his life.
Rose welcomes new life, while Moses risks everything as a Northern spy.
The ultimate test comes as the people of a once-promising nation must hold on to their faith and dreams as everything around them crumbles.
The fourth book of The Bregdan Chronicles historical fiction series will pull you in and never let you go. You’ll experience the Civil War era (and all the years to come) through the eyes of both White and Black, free & slave, Southern & Northern – and you’ll fall in love with every character.
Review: What a wonderful role model for women of all ages. Ginny Dye’s cast of characters are the kind of people you’d like to know personally. Her leading lady, Carrie Cromwell is not your typical ‘Southern Belle’; she’s a free thinker, ahead of her time in a world of war and madness. Our author is not afraid to use divine, spiritual beliefs to bring common sense and sanity to the backward, inhumane thinking of the times leading up to the Civil War. The fact that these characters, now friends, will be with us for more than one historical fiction book, is something to look forward to. Now into book four, with many more to come, I’ll be reading the entire epic for as long as our author can write and I can read !!
Review: This was a wonderful series with historical facts carefully woven into the story of the Cromwell family and all who relate to them. I’m anxious for the author to write the final year of the war. I understand it will be called “The Long Last Night” and I want it soon! Thanks for an excellent read.
Review: The Bregdan Chronicles are a great historical fiction read. You learn a lot about American History and at the same time you get emotionally involved and interested in the characters. So much so that you look forward to the next book in the series!