Finalist for the Georgia Author of the Year Award, 2013
A small town paralyzed with disease.
Two women secluded in a remote cabin.
Only one man stands between them and death.
It's 1918 when newlywed Bea Dot Ferguson leaves her posh Savannah lifestyle to visit her cousin in rural Pineview, Georgia. Her purpose: to escape an abusive husband, who knows her shameful secret. Immediately she learns she's traded one perilous situation for another, for Pineview has been infected with deadly Spanish influenza. With the help of Great War veteran Will Dunaway, Bea Dot finds herself fighting for survival, not only against her husband's brutality, but also against the deadliest virus the world has ever known.
Dunaway's Crossing is a novel of love, perseverance, and redemption during a turning point in American history.
An Amazon Kindle Best seller!
Praise for Dunaway's Crossing:
[Nancy Brandon] does an excellent job of putting her reader on the scene...and she adds a mountain of conflict, suspense, and a touching love story.
--Lisbeth Thom, author of Row Away from the Rocks
Captivating read, with characters you quickly feel you know. It was hard to put this book down, and I found myself reading for hours at a time.
--Sandra Ezell, author of Affinity of the Soul
I quickly became enamored with the characters...The facts were accurately depicted...I'll be looking for more from this author!
--Mimi Barbour, author of She's Me