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The Valley of Pride

Sheppard, Mary

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ISBN 10: 1630663522 / ISBN 13: 9781630663520
Published by Indigo Sea Press, LLC, 2016
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Title: The Valley of Pride

Publisher: Indigo Sea Press, LLC

Publication Date: 2016

Book Condition:As New

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The Valley of Pride is the second book in the Hills of Pride trilogy by renown author Mary Sheppard. Accurate to the smallest details, The Valley of Pride continues the saga of war-torn Winchester, Virginia, the little town that changed hands eleven times during the War Between the States. But it’s not just the community that is devastated by the war. This is also the story of Jamie Montgomery, a young woman who should be coming-of-age and preparing for her wedding and entry into society with the fine Southern boy she loves. The war, however, has carried away her beloved Clay, and his family has rejected her. Even as she prays and waits for the end of the war and the hope of Clay’s return, fate brings into her life another man, a Union officer, handsome and compelling, who also seeks her hand.

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Mary Sheppard was born and raised in Lewisville, North Carolina. After attending Elon College (now Elon University), she spent her young life in Winston-Salem with her husband, Jim, and their two sons. Involved in several businesses, alone or with her late husband, she never forgot her lifelong love of writing. She always kept working to hone her skills for the novels she was determined to write. Her first one won the Sir Walter Raleigh Award given yearly for the best work of fiction by a N. C. writer. Since then she has had six others novels published and is looking forward to many more. She says that the determination to write, which she had had since a child, is like having a benign but chronic disease. It can sometimes go into remission, but can never be cured. That being true, she will continue writing warm, exciting stories but vows never give in to the temptation to appeal to readers by describing in detail things that her Southern Baptist (now Methodist) training says can well be left to the reader's imagination.

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