The Belle of Natchez
by Colin McAlpin
“Gracious me,” Erin said, reading the letter for a third time. “It seems that lawyer Joshua Abernethy wishes to see me as quickly as possible; he has, he writes, something to tell me that might be to my advantage. How very mysterious.”
When school ma'am Erin Dubois unexpectedly inherits a derelict Mississippi riverboat and a run-down Natchez boat yard in the years following the American Civil War, she is plunged into a new world of love and romance, tragedy, deceit and challenge.
From the author of ‘Julia’ and ‘Santa Fe Sisters’, this is another sweeping, carefully researched story featuring strong central female characters living in turbulent times.
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