Night Come Swiftly

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Harvest House Publishers, 1997 - Fiction - 280 pages
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A carefree childhood is shattered forever when Meredith overhears her father's plans to sell Tilly, their slave and her friend. Guided by true devotion, Meredith defies her father when she helps Tilly and her mother set out on the perilous road to freedom.

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Night Come Swiftly

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In 1851, two baby daughters are born on the Douglas plantation. Meredith Douglas is the privileged white child, raised by her doting father. Tilly Douglas is the child of slaves who, due to Meredith's ... Read full review

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There are many things I could say about this book, seeing as how it's very heavy, but I think my feelings about it can be summed up in this:
I laughed, I cried, I squealed with excitement, I groaned
with disappointment, I felt the love as they gave their hearts away, I felt the agony as their hearts were broken over and over. Their joy was my joy, their pain my pain. It was an amazing book. 

Contents

Section 1
23
Section 2
37
Section 3
46
Section 4
55
Section 5
66
Section 6
85
Section 7
100
Section 8
114
Section 12
169
Section 13
185
Section 14
196
Section 15
205
Section 16
221
Section 17
232
Section 18
247
Section 19
257

Section 9
127
Section 10
142
Section 11
159
Section 20
273
Copyright

About the author (1997)

Wilson and her husband conduct marriage and family seminars across America.

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