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As England and her American colonies went to war, the loyalties of good men and women were put to the test. This is their story.
Esau and Jacob Morgan had been at odds with each other since their births moments apart. Their rivalry had spanned three decades and reached its peak when Jacob practically stole the attractive Mercy Reed for his wife while Esau, her fianc, was away studying in England. Now Jared and Anne Morgan are forced to watch as their sons take opposing stands in the struggle for American liberty.
Will the war for independence tear the Morgans apart? And if they survive, will the Morgan family faith and Bible continue in America, or will they return to England where it all started? Follow the Morgan family as they are tossed about by the tides of conflict--from the battlefields of Lexington and Concord to the deadly winter encampment at Valley Forge to the seats of colonial power in Boston, Philadelphia, and New York--as their lives cross paths with influential men and women who changed the course of history.
Jack Cavanaugh is a full-time freelance writer and public speaker from San Diego, California, whose first two books in this series, The Puritans and The Colonists, have received widespread critical acclaim. He and his wife Marni have three children.