Children of Cain by Miriam Grace Monfredo
(Cain Trilogy)

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Bronwen Llyr is heading for the Union lines when she discovers that thousands of Rebel troops are advancing in the near distance. In a daring offensive, Robert E. Lee plans a surprise attack to cut off the Union army's supply line. And McClellan might not know until disaster strikes.

Now, Bronwen must track down the General and warn him of impending doom. But every attempt she makes to find him is thwarted. And all she can do is wait, while two armies prepare to collide.
 

About Miriam Grace Monfredo

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Miriam Grace Monfredo is a former librarian and a historian. This is her ninth Seneca Falls Historical Mystery.
 
Published September 3, 2002 by Berkley Hardcover. 352 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, War, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Bronwen Llyr, niece of Glynis Tryon, the Seneca Falls librarian who banishes musty stereotypes of Monfredo’s own profession, is a US Treasury agent, providing President Lincoln with some of the most valuable Civil War intelligence available.

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All the women are smart and beautiful, all the men debonair and handsome, in the less than stellar concluding volume of Monfredo's Cain trilogy (Sisters of Cain;

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The third in the "Cain" trilogy, focusing on the two sisters Llyr, Bronwen,a Treasury agent and Kathryn, a battlefield nurse, takes place (as do the others) in the Peninsula Campaign in Virginia in 1862, when the Civil War would have been won, had General George McClellan not proved such an incom...

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