Sands of Saint Simons

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iUniverse, Sep 24, 2006 - Fiction
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On Saint Simons Island, at the Georgia coast, was a large pre-Civil War plantation. It was a place and a time when aristocrats ruled the South; slaves where bought and sold but not their souls. A time when the wealthy sustained their position-their property and fortunes-over the sweat of their black slaves. Onto this plantation was born a young child who would eventually grow up to rule over these same slaves. Using Gullah Dialect to capture the era's true spirit, author D.H. Caldwell has produced a historical romance that will take readers back to a remarkable, yet unsettled time in our history.

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