Grits and Glory (Plantation Shadows #1)

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Grits and Glory (Plantation Shadows #1)

Grits and Glory Plantation Shadows During the Civil War Peter Warren a tender hearted disowned Southern gentleman spies for the Union Army in Fredericksburg Virginia a region where he is well known Plagued by memories of his fathe

  • Title: Grits and Glory (Plantation Shadows #1)
  • Author: Haley Whitehall
  • ISBN: 9780985182847
  • Page: 443
  • Format: ebook
  • During the Civil War, Peter Warren, a tender hearted, disowned Southern gentleman, spies for the Union Army in Fredericksburg, Virginia a region where he is well known Plagued by memories of his father s brutality on their plantation, he has vivid recollections which could betray his identity with a slip of the lip He fears being recognized as an Underground Railroad conDuring the Civil War, Peter Warren, a tender hearted, disowned Southern gentleman, spies for the Union Army in Fredericksburg, Virginia a region where he is well known Plagued by memories of his father s brutality on their plantation, he has vivid recollections which could betray his identity with a slip of the lip He fears being recognized as an Underground Railroad conductor since posters blanket the South with his picture Once he is trapped on the Confederate side of the frozen Rappahannock, will Peter choose to save his skin or fulfill his duty

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    One thought on “Grits and Glory (Plantation Shadows #1)

    1. Quentin Stewart on said:

      An interesting look at the Civil War through the eyes of a southerner who has turned his back on his family and region to move north and ends up in the Union army, leaving his fiance and the ex-slave, he saved from the hands of his father, to fight for what he believes in. Through fate he ends up fighting back in the area that he grew up in and after his first taste of warfare he is encouraged to become a spy. After a visit to his home plantation he is trapped and cannot return to Union lines an [...]

    2. Kimberly on said:

      Just finished reading Grits and Glory (Plantation Shadows Book 1) by Haley Whitehall, couldn't wait to turn the pages to see what was going to happen to Peter Warren next. This is an interesting book about the civil war, from the soldier's viewpoint. My heartbeat quickened as I found I could almost hear the hidden door of the secret room in Jack's house and the noise it made when slid back. I could feel Peter's fear has he hid in this dark room. Haley Whitehall has done a fantastic job of taking [...]

    3. Bill Thibadeau on said:

      The story initially had promise for me. A story about the Civil War, in which over 600,000 people were killed, needs to be about the horrors of war with a story written into that, or the war as a distant backdrop. This book tries to weave a story of the battles into a story about a young progressive southerner as he manages to run away from battles and take the easy way out. Bot the most interesting story to me. The story then took a turn into a saga about the previously battleshy soldier becomi [...]

    4. 2sonreader on said:

      Peter Warren, a young man who grew up in Virginia, helped with the Underground Railroad and fled north with one of his father's slaves, has decided to join the Union army and fight for the North. He comes to Virgina nearby the plantation where he grew up. As a result of various circumstances, he becomes a spy for the Confederate army. This book offers the reader a detailed glimpse into the difficulties of life in the army during the Civil War. Although the historical details were very interestin [...]

    5. Gregory on said:

      This novel is top notch. It is just as well written as any Civil War novel I've read. While the plot is a little quirky I liked the originality. It sort of reminded me of the old movie The Springfield Rifle. Only this book has more substance. It shows both sides of the Civil War very well. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series.

    6. Carmen Fox on said:

      I read this a while ago, my first historical novel--and it totally sucked me in. Fabulous writing and a great plot make this an exciting read.

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