Some Glad Morning: a story of love and redemption
"Some Glad Morning has a soul. It positively soars!" -Ashley Fontainne
"I loved the way this story plays out: suspenseful, filled with surprises, and richly satisfying."
"This is one of those stories that reminds you, without being the least bit preachy, that we're all in this journey together. It's a great book for hard times and a wonderful debut novel. I hope to see many more from Mr. Horton!"
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About Some Glad Morning.
A soldier finds letters on a battlefield in France and falls in love with the woman who wrote them.
Trapped in no man's land in the final days of World War I, Private Ransom James MacTavish consoles a dying lieutenant by reading to him the letters of his fiancee, Elizabeth, a wealthy Charleston Lady.
When the officer dies, Ransom is stranded alone between the American and German trenches. His sole comfort is reading the elegant letters from the officer's fiancee.
Although he is penniless, Ransom comes home determined to win Elizabeth's heart but soon discovers he must compete with a wealthy suitor while evading a lustful widow and a sheriff with a tendency to shoot people.
Ransom's only hope is the bond of a spirited pregnant teenager and the eccentric wisdom of a crusty Civil War veteran.
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“Ransom woke beneath a corpse, drew a breath, and sank again into darkness. The deeper he sank, the quieter it became. His pain diminished too, until, within the dead silence, he felt the presence of others.”
-Some Glad Morning, p. 16