Heartfire : The Tales Of Alvin Maker Book 5

Heartfire : The Tales Of Alvin Maker Book 5

Book - 1998
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Alvin's wife Peggy makes a perilous journey to Charleston to visit the exiled king of England and plead for an end to the madness between the free nations and slave nations of North America, while Alvin journeys north to Salem, Massachusetts, to confront a legacy of witchcraft

McMillan Palgrave

Peggy is a Torch, able to see the fire burning in each person's heart. She can follow the paths of each person's future, and know each person's most intimate secrets. From the moment of Alvin Maker's birth, when the Unmaker first strove to kill him, she has protected him.

Now they are married, and Peggy is a part of Alvin's heart as well as his life.

But Alvin's destiny has taken them on separate journeys. Alvin has gone north into New England, where knacks are considered witchcraft, and their use is punished with death.

Peggy has been drawn south, to the British Crown Colonies and the court of King Arthur Stuart in exile. For she has seen a terrible future bloom in the heartfires of every person in America, a future of war and destruction. One slender path exists that leads through the bloodshed, and it is Peggy's quest to set the world on the path to peace.



Baker
& Taylor

Alvin's wife Peggy makes a perilous journey to Charleston to visit the exiled king of England to plead for an end to the madness between the free nations and slave nations of North America, while Alvin journeys north to Salem, Massachusetts, to confront a legacy of witchcraft. Reissue.

Publisher: New York Tor, 1998
ISBN: 9780812509243
0812509242
Characteristics: 336

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efredrick
Jun 14, 2012

Book 5 of the Alvin Maker series. The horrible cover art spewed onto this series continues to give the impression that this is a Harlequin Romance Novel of the lowest order. Nothing could be further from the truth. This is a great series (see my other reviews) and worth reading. The romance between the hero and his childhood love does indeed take center stage here, but the book (and the series) is much more than that. Just read it.

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