The Barren Man Daniel Lewis

ISBN: 9780595124930

Published: October 1st 2000

Paperback

208 pages


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The Barren Man  by  Daniel Lewis

The Barren Man by Daniel Lewis
October 1st 2000 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 208 pages | ISBN: 9780595124930 | 7.65 Mb

The Barren Man is a story of the painful redemption of a once good but fallen man. It is the story of a member of the Southern gentry cast out of his own society. Abandoned by the North and imprisoned as an undercover Union officer in a war againstMoreThe Barren Man is a story of the painful redemption of a once good but fallen man.

It is the story of a member of the Southern gentry cast out of his own society. Abandoned by the North and imprisoned as an undercover Union officer in a war against his homeland, Luke Barren serves eight years in a Texas prison before being released. His home is gone, his family is dead. He is now a man on the edge, and those who get in his way are sorry they ever heard his name--until he gets stuck with a runaway boy and a hard-headed young French widow who refuse to let him hate.



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