|Publisher:||Canterbury House Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Native Georgian Denise Weimer earned her journalism degree with a minor in history from Asbury University. She is the author of a romantic novella, Redeeming Grace. Her magazine articles about northeast Georgia have appeared in numerous regional publications. She is a wife and mother, a lifelong historian, and the director of a mid-1800s dance group, The 1860s Civilian Society of Georgia.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
One of the main characters of Sautee Shadows is a half Cherokee girl, Mahala, whose parents both die while she is an infant. Author Denise Weimer makes you feel the struggles this young child faces while being raised by a white couple. You will learn history of the Cherokees in northern Georgia during the mid 1800s. Another character is Jack Randall, the son of a New York man and a Georgia mother. Jack doesn't seem to fit into the north or south in this pre Civil War era. Sautee Shadows is full of history but does leave you hanging at the end so I will be looking for Book Two in this Georgia Gold Series. I recommend Sautee Shadows to anyone who likes historical fiction. I won Sautee Shadows from a Colonial Quill giveaway.