Tally's Nook

Author: Dorothy K. Morris

ISBN: 978-1-62137-553-1 (softcover)

ISBN: 978-1-62137-567-8 (ebook)

334 pages 

"Mr. Barnes, you can take this shipyard and all the others and shove 'em up His Majesty's bloody arse." Shouting these treasonous words to his employer, Isham Holt, by far the most skilled shipwright in England, angrily left his place of employment and began a journey of discovery: of a new land, a new culture, new friends and ultimately of himself. At a time when Colonial South Carolina had ended its Proprietary phase and had become a Crown Colony, the Talleigh fortune was thoroughly invested in this new world. Lord Fredrick Talleigh had dreams of new endeavors and new ways of living that, as the new head of The Colonial Land, Shipping and Commerce Company, and with his beloved Corinna by his side, he was determined to establish. TALLY'S NOOK takes us from pages of DIRTY RICE into new territory with new characters and old. We follow them as they all struggle to survive and to love and to prosper amid the outrages of fevers and violent storms, even emotional storms, in this beautiful land: the Low Country of South Carolina.

About the Author:
Dorothy K. Morris is a native of Charleston, SC, a city some of her forefathers from England, France, New England and Barbados helped establish in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. She grew up in the Low Country of South Carolina, steeped in the tradition and pain still felt from the residue of slavery, the Civil War and its aftermath. Much traveled, she adopted the West as her home and has remained for many years, now living in Arizona. She lives with her Standard Poodle, Puffin, and her two cats, Mushroom and Finely. In addition to writing historical novels, Dorothy is an accomplished equestrienne and has been a competition coach for Combined Training. She enjoys genealogy and obtains amny of the elements of her characters and plots from her extensive family history. She is a member of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, is listed in Who's Who in America, and Who's Who of American Women. Morris has two daughters, on grandson and one step-granddaughter.

Category: Historical, Romance

Type: books

Vendor: Dorothy K. Morris

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