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Book 3 of the Weldon Oaks Series. This is a story of tragedy and triumph. The tragedy of a bitter and hellish war, of families torn apart, of pain and bloodshed and death. And the triumph of friendship, freedom and love.
"Book 3 of the Weldon Oaks Series.
"The story of two diverse groups of people-masters and slaves-struggling against the evils of spiritual ignorance, social injustice, and physical bondage."
Though Gilbert Weldon owns a thriving plantation in the South Carolina Sea Islands, his life is not without problems. One of this best slaves has vanished into the night-an apparent runaway. Gilbert's wife continues to withdraw into deepening isolation. His relationship with his nearly grown son grows increasingly distant. And though known for fair treatment of his slaves, of late, he finds himself lashing out at them. But soon, these concerns will barely matter. For these are but the final moments of calm before the horror begins.
Jubilation Morn' continues the captivation series by Jean Holmes a out the Gullah slaves- and their owners- of the antebellum South. In this volume, the relative tranquility of life on the Weldon Oaks plantation is shattered as a nation goes to war with itself over the issue of slavery. This is a story of tragedy and triumph. The tragedy of a bitter and hellish war, of families torn apart, of pain and bloodshed and death. And the triumph of friendship, freedom and love."
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