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Treason's Daughter

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Book Description
Fourteen year old Sara Frances Browdie has decided she wants, yes, even needs, a mother. She has never had one because her own mother died the very moment Sara Frances was born. Raised by her father in the Colony of Virginia on the eve of the American Revolution, Sara Frances is more independent than other girls her age. Boldly outspoken, she is constantly in trouble even as the Colony is. Some pe... More
Book Information
PublisherLive Wire Press
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages164
Publication Date11/19/2015
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About Doris Gwaltney (Author) : Doris Gwaltney is a published author of young adult books. A published credit of Doris Gwaltney is Homefront.
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