At the onset of the Civil War, Seamus heeds his wife’s wishes to return to her beloved family farm in the South, where he takes a post as chaplain for General Stonewall Jackson’s brigade. As Seamus ministers to the troops, his sister Clare ministers in a different way—by being a powerful voice in the Northern cause toward freeing the slaves.
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The Heirs of Ireland Series is the fictional tale of Irish immigration in the 19th century. It all began with Flight of the Earls, the story of the great Irish potato famine in the 1840′s and historic New York City and continued with In Golden Splendor, set during the California Gold Rush. Now the epic saga of the Hanley family concludes dramatically during the Civil War Era with Songs of the Shenandoah. – See more here.
About the Book
All this while their youngest brother Davin, who became wealthy during the Gold Rush, struggles to find love and identity in a fallen world. It’s a clash of loyalties and beliefs that threaten the entire family, each of them trying to hear God’s encouragement in the midst of the tragedy of war. The dramatic conclusion to the acclaimed Heirs of Ireland Series.
About the Author
Michael Reynolds is the writer and producer of two Emmy and Telly Award-winning film campaigns with more than two decades of experience in fiction, journalism, copywriting and documentary production. He owns marketing agency Global Studios and is also an active leader in church and business, speaking in both ministry and corporate settings.
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