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Eagle's Cry : A Novel of the Louisiana Purchase
by David Nevin


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Eagle's Cry is the stunning historical fiction account of a new democracy, a new era, and the trials that would shape the nation we know today, from New York Times bestselling author David Nevin

With the death of George Washington, symbol of American unity and a man who abhorred factions, comes a series of struggles for which the young nation is ill prepared.  Read more...


 
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Overview

Eagle's Cry is the stunning historical fiction account of a new democracy, a new era, and the trials that would shape the nation we know today, from New York Times bestselling author David Nevin

With the death of George Washington, symbol of American unity and a man who abhorred factions, comes a series of struggles for which the young nation is ill prepared. In the North, a dashing Aaron Burr has a grip on New York and plans for a shocking coup d'etat in motion; in the South, Madison faces a potential threat to the Mississippi River Valley as Napolean Bonaparte forces the Spanish to turn New Orleans over to him. A country as strong as France could obstruct the growing free trade market on the Mississippi River, including the business of widow Danny Mulberry, a shipping tycoon and one of the most sought-after women in New Orleans.

As France's economic and political pressures force the nation's hand, a movement in the Northeast stirs in favor of turning towards England-- the very Imperial yoke they have just shaken off. The greatest minds and visionaries of a young America struggle to hold it together as the nation finds its place in the global community.


 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780765393760
  • ISBN-10: 076539376X
  • Publisher: Forge
  • Publish Date: October 2019
  • Page Count: 608


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