Violet's Manor: Bonds of Kinship
Born to Cherokee and Saponi nobility and later adopted by prominent Virginia Tobacco planter Samuel Walker; Sybil spends the early part of her life questioning her place in both worlds. She quickly learns that her life of wealth and privilege cannot shield her from the harsh realities she must face as a Free Person of Color in the Pre-Civil War South. Will the Walker family bond be strong enough to survive some of the 19th Centuries most turbuent trials?
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