In the final chapter of this popular family saga, new challenges await as Nancy continues her charity work in Victoria. In 1918 as the war comes to an end, tragedy strikes in the form of the deadly Spanish Influenza Epidemic. Whittle's extensive research dispels any thoughts that the Pacific Northwest was not affected by this dreaded disease - then happy news boosts morale in the Brown household. More
This bestselling and award-winning series has become fondly referred to by worldwide fans as 'The Loyalty Series' so it was a prerequisite that the third book had to have 'Loyalty' in the title. In the final chapter of this family saga, new challenges await as Nancy continues her charity work in aid of wounded soldiers, widows, and orphans. In 1918, as the war appears to be slowly coming to an end, renewed hope of prosperity and new beginnings are dashed as tragedy strikes in the form of the deadly Spanish Influenza Epidemic. This book, through Whittle's extensive research, dispels any thoughts that the Pacific Northwest and it's people were not affected by this dreaded disease ... then, news of a special event finally brightens life for the Brown household. Through records kept by the author, it is known that tourists from over 60 countries have purchased this series at his market location in Victoria, BC. They often return seeking the places and knowledge imparted in these books and hope to find Whittle at Bastion Square so they can purchase his latest novel.