Sunflower Sisters

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Product Details

Price
$28.00  $25.76
Publisher
Ballantine Books
Publish Date
Pages
528
Dimensions
6.5 X 8.8 X 1.9 inches | 1.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781524796402

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About the Author

Martha Hall Kelly is the New York Times bestselling author of Lilac Girls and Lost Roses. She lives in Connecticut, where she spends her days filling legal pads with stories and reading World War II books.

Reviews

"From Southern spies to nurses on the northern battlefields, Sunflower Sisters weaves an exquisite tapestry of women determined to defy the molds the world has for them. The journeys of Jemma and the Woolsey sisters will have readers celebrating those who came before us, who fought for what they knew was right, and became timeless women ahead of their times."--Lisa Wingate, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Before We Were Yours
and The Book of Lost Friends

"Sunflower Sisters marks the third installment of Martha Hall Kelly's tales of the formidable Woolsey Women, with this chapter unfolding across the plantations, battlefields, and parlor rooms of one of history's most dramatic moments. The Civil War roils as a sweeping backdrop and an era of both heartbreaking and inspiring humanity. Kelly's vivid prose, stunning historical research, and heartfelt, compelling characters make this a gripping, page-turning read."--Allison Pataki, New York Times bestselling author of The Queen's Fortune

"Vibrant . . . The vivid, impeccably researched saga briskly sweeps across war-torn battlefields, New York City, and Southern plantations, highlighting the struggles endured by her women characters. This page-turning work is sure to please Kelly's fans."--Publishers Weekly

"As well researched and engaging as Lost Roses and Lilac Girls . . . Drawing on real events and primary sources, Kelly illuminates parts of history infrequently told. Offer it to fans of Marie Benedict, the Civil War era, and readers who enjoy historical fiction starring real people."--Booklist