The Fairest Portion of the Globe
By Frances Hunter
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Published: Feb. 11, 2010
Words: 188,824 (approximate)
La Louisiane, 1793...a land of riches beyond imagining. Whoever controls the vast domain along the Mississippi River will decide the fate of North America. It's winner take all...and the losers might include two reckless young soldiers named Lewis and Clark whose dreams of adventure in the West will end in death or glory.
, american history
, thomas jefferson
, lewis and clark
, louisiana purchase
, george rogers clark
, mad anthony wayne
, andre michaux
, american historical fiction
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The Fairest Portion of the Globe book trailer
The year is 1793. A young French diplomat, Citizen Genet, arrives in America from the bloody streets of Paris, determined to further the cause of revolution—no matter what the cost. The Fairest Portion of the Globe by Frances Hunter is a gritty tale of intrigue, betrayal, and the birth of a legendary American friendship.
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