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by Melanie Dobson

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance

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Dobson's contribution to this multiauthor series about a unique character and the town in which they live centers on the Quakers in the 1850s who helped with the Underground Railroad. Even though the characters are fictional, they leap off the page as if they were real.

In Liberty, Ind., in 1850, Anna Brent and her father have helped plenty
of slaves on their journey to freedom through the Underground Railroad. Since helping runway slaves is against the law, they're taking a tremendous risk, but they're following their beliefs. Daniel Stanton also believes no man should be a slave, and he lends his voice to the cause through the newspaper he edits. When Anna's position in the Underground Railroad is threatened, she will need to trust Daniel with her secret and her life. Both are willing to risk everything for their convictions. (SUMMERSIDE, Jun., 320 pp., $12.99)

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans


Published: June 2009

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