CAUGHT in a nation splitting apart.
ANGERED by those who would enslave others.
EMBOLDENED by a passion to make a difference.
TORN between the one she loves and a truth she can't deny.
Here is Caroline Fletcher's story.
Candle in the Darkness, Book One in the Refiner's Fire series, tells the story of a timid southern girl who finds her voice as she begins to tell the truth about the atrocities around her. A short stay in the North confirms her abolitionist feelings, but when she returns to the South she finds herself torn between her home, a beloved suitor who doesn't share her feelings, and the principles she knows are true. Standing for right may mean standing alone. Does she have the courage?
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1 . Great Book
Posted March 02, 2011 by Samantha Jones , Wasilla AKI'm not a history fan at all but this book grabbed me from the start! Great book a must read in my opinion!
2 . Great Book!
Posted February 12, 2011 by Bethany , Loris, SCThis is the first book in a great series. It's the kind of story that makes you look within yourself and want to change. Lynn Austin is a wonderful writer.
3 . Slavery
Posted March 20, 2010 by Joy , NoblesvilleExcellent. This story is moving. The whole series is fantastic.
Baker Publishing Group
October 01, 2002
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