Enemy Women

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COLD MOUNTAIN meets CHARLOTTE GRAY when a young woman, denounced as a spy, escapes from a Civil War prison to find her way home. Missouri, 1865. Adair Colley and her family have managed to hide from the bloody Armageddon of the American Civil War, but finally even their remote mountain farm cannot escape the plundering greed of the Union militia. Her house is burnt, her father beaten and dragged away. With fierce determination, Adair sets out after him on foot. So begins an extraordinary voyage which will see Adair herself ...

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Ceinwein

Jul 31, 2008

A stirring Civil War story

The first pages of this book did not hold my attention. Jiles had a way of inserting historical facts that were interesting, but unnecessary and sometimes seemed out of context. Fortunately the story soon grabbed my attention. The personal tragedies of the Civil War must have been beyond belief. In this novel they become real. The main character, Adair Colley, overcomes the loss of home and family, harsh imprisonment and illness. It is a tribute to the strength of love and human endurance.

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