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September 04 , 2008

Prisoners of Hope: A Tale of Colonial Virginia


PRISONERS OF HOPE is a gripping historical romance set in the early days of the settlement of colonial Virginia by noted historical novelist Mary Johnston.

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During the time of the Stewart uprising in Scotland, two friends, sons of Scottish lairds, love each other as David and Jonathan. The one, handsome and brilliant, betrays his friends sweetheart, who drowns herself in the Kelpie pool. The remainder of the story is the pursuit of her love to find the now hated foe who has gone to fight for James…

Mary Johnston (1870-1936) was a bestselling American romantic and historical novelist.  Born in Virginia to a Civil War veteran and successful lawyer, Johnston had deep interest in both European and American history.  Several of her works proved to be bestsellers and were adapted for film.  She was an ardent supporter of women's rights during her lifetime.

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