Encounter at Cold Harbor (Bonnets and Bugles Book #8)

As the battles of the Civil War rage on, the Confederate army finds itself further and further behind. So many men are wounded, and the new recruits are looking either too old or too young. But the Northern invasion of Virginia isn’t the only problem Jeff Majors is facing! Leah Carter is in Richmond, and Jeff can’t understand why she’s all out of sorts – just because she saw him at the theater with another girl! And as Captain Majors, Jeff’s widowed father, finds relief from his loneliness in a growing friendship with pretty Eileen Fremont, and Jeff doesn’t want a stepmother! Jeff learns a lot about love and family loyalty in this exciting tale of the Civil War.

Author: Gilbert Morris

The Battle of Lookout Mountain (Bonnets and Bugles Book #7)

Leah’s brother Royal has returned from the Civil war battlefields but has found himself engaged in a battle of a different sort – a battle for a lady’s affection. The lady is the beautiful Lori Jenkins of Chattanooga, and the enemy is the dastardly Drake Bedford, one of Pineville’s most venomous fighters. Just as their friendship starts to blossom, Lori is called home to Tennessee to care for her sick sister and Royal once again must face the Rebel army. The good news is, the army is headed toward Chattanooga where the friendship could continue to grow. The bad news is, Drake Bedford has decided to join the Union army as a soldier in Royal’s company! Join the excitement as the conflicts continue, on and off the battlefields. And see how God’s grace can change the lives of even the most stubborn sinners.

Author: Gilbert Morris

The Gallant Boys of Gettysburg (Bonnets and Bugles Book #6)

Leah’s sister Sarah is on her way to that quaint little Pennsylvania town of Gettysburg to help out an old friend. Tom, who is Jeff’s brother and the soldier Sarah loves, is also headed to Gettysburg, but with the Army of Northern Virginia. Neither of them know that the Northern and Southern troops are about to clash at peaceful little Gettysburg in the bloodiest battle of the Civil War. As Tom fights his way into town, he sees a girl running, threatened by the deadly shells, and is shocked to recognize her as Sarah. Share their fears, their heartbreak. Learn what they learn–that God is with His people even when life gets rough.

Author: Gilbert Morris

The Secret of Richmond Manor (Bonnets and Bugles Book #3)

As the Civil War rages, young Leah Carter moves with her ailing uncle Silas to what townspeople believe is a haunted house. But what she finds is even more frightening-something that sorely challenges her faith and strengthens her relationship with Jeff.

The Secret of Richmond Manor is the third of a ten book series, that tells the story of two close families find themselves on different sides of the Civil War after the fall of Fort Sumter in April 1861. Thirteen year old Leah becomes a helper in the Union army with her father, who hopes to distribute Bibles to the troops. Fourteen year old Jeff becomes a drummer boy in the Confederate Army and struggles with faith while experiencing personal hardship and tragedy. The series follows Leah, Jeff, family, and friends, as they experience hope and God’s grace through four years of war.

Author: Gilbert Morris

Yankee Belles in Dixie (Bonnets and Bugles Book #2)

Leah travels to Washington D.C. with her father to share the Gospel with soldiers. Jeff briefly joins them and travels north into Union territory to search for his captured father. Later, Leah and her sister Sarah travel south to Richmond, in Confederate territory, to care for their ailing uncle Silas, and Leah has to defend her sister against charges of treason.

Yankee Belles in Dixie is the second of a ten book series, that tells the story of two close families find themselves on different sides of the Civil War after the fall of Fort Sumter in April 1861. Thirteen year old Leah becomes a helper in the Union army with her father, who hopes to distribute Bibles to the troops. Fourteen year old Jeff becomes a drummer boy in the Confederate Army and struggles with faith while experiencing personal hardship and tragedy. The series follows Leah, Jeff, family, and friends, as they experience hope and God’s grace through four years of war.

Author: Gilbert Morris

Beauty From Ashes (Georgia Trilogy Book #3)

The sweeping saga of two families of St. Simon’s Island—the Coupers and the Frasers—resumes in 1852, as Anne Couper Fraser grieves the deaths of her husband and her parents.

But fate is as cruel to Anne as history itself would prove to be to the nation: Anne’s family, fallen on hard times, has lost its home. Anne has no choice but to seek refuge, and reluctantly resettles in Marietta, three hundred miles north of her beloved St. Simons Island.

As she begins to piece together her broken life, all around her the society she knows so well is falling apart. The roots of the Civil War are already evident. Anne’s family, like the South itself, seethes with internal conflict. Her son and grandson, who find it impossible to spurn their Southern heritage, enlist in the Confederate Army. Anne, in strong sympathy with the Unionists, finds her life disintegrating once again, and the family, the region, and the nation begin an agonizing collapse.

But Anne, like the Union, endures. She learns that even in life’s cruelest circumstances, there is always a place for the unquenchable human spirit to find a refuge, and to blossom anew.

Author: Eugenia Price

Cannons of the Comstock (Saga of the Sierras Book #5)

California during the Civil War was neither as remote nor as uninvolved as may be thought. Because of rebel sympathizers stealing Union gold for the South, Tom Dawson’s brother had already been killed in the mountains of Shadow Ridge, leaving behind a family and ranch in Tom’s care. But was more at stake than anyone knew then?

The mines of California and the Comstock Lode were a principal source of gold and silver in which the United States government and many Northern businesses had a tremendous stake. But at least one-third of the pioneer Californians were from the South. The goal of secret Confederate societies was to take California out of the Union and form a Republic of the Pacific.

Dawson finds himself the middleman in a bold attempt to infiltrate and expose the conspiracy to raise and equip an army that would engulf California in the Civil War and break the Union blockade that was strangling the South. And his only link to tracing the conspirators is a nine-year-old black child, Mont James!

Author: Brock and Bodie Theone

The Man From Shadow Ridge (Saga of the Sierras Book #1)

The year is 1863. In the East, the Civil War rages on. The mountains of California seem remote and untouched by the struggle of the young nation. Tom Dawson has found a refuge from the political and social conflicts running a small ranch with his brother beneath Shadow Ridge.

This man with a restless past, his “rugged, sun-browned face creviced from the weather like a landscape,” discovers some measure of peace and happiness at Shadow Ridge with his brother’s little family. Then comes the news that the stagecoach has been robbed and six people murdered by a gang of rebel sympathizers stealing Union gold for the South. Without warning, the turmoil of Dawson’s past returns.

As he moves toward a final confrontation, the Dawson home is shattered by a second tragedy. Where will he find the courage and faith to continue?

Author: Brock and Bodie Theone