Fixin' Things by Peggy Bell
A novel of women at Gettysburg

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Megan Loren awoke to the sound of armies in her yard. Battle lines and love lines cross and counter cross to entangle passions and loyalties and strain family ties. Human strengths and human weaknesses break their conventional laces and stays to go on binges of rage and desire. Lovers and fighters alike will find ample fare to delight their reading palate in this no holds barred tale of womanly passions discovered and let loose at Gettysburg - the American Civil War at its awesome/gruesome best.

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Published February 24, 2002 by Writer's Club Press. 278 pages
Genres: History, War, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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