Eugenia Price - Fiction - 1984 - 432 pages
The spirited story of Mary Evans, an extraordinary woman from colonial Charles Town who finds a place for herself in St. Augustine after Spain relinquishes Florida.
Eugenia Price - Fiction - 1996 - 631 pages
Struggling with the losses of her beloved husband, daughter, and family home, Anne Couper Fraser is devastated by the Civil War and her son's enlistment and finds strength in ...
Eugenia Price - Fiction - 1997 - 512 pages
The second installment in the Savannah Quartet saga traces the romance between Burke Latimer, a Southern tycoon who loses his fortune, and Natalie Browning, who follows the ...
Eugenia Price - Fiction - 1998 - 352 pages
When her husband's fatal accident leaves her the sole proprietor of their rice plantation, Abigail Allyn forges a new identity as a feminist before her time and an abolitionist ...
Eugenia Price - Biography & Autobiography - 1987 - 263 pages
The popular author recounts her discovery and exploration of the island off the coast of Georgia, the island's history, and her work on the trilogy inspired by St. Simons Island