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Walking to Gatlinburg: Book summary and reviews of Walking to Gatlinburg by Howard Frank Mosher
Walking to Gatlinburg Summary
A stunning and lyrical Civil War thriller, Walking to Gatlinburg is a spellbinding story of survival, wilderness adventure, mystery, and love in the time of war.
Walking to Gatlinburg Reviews
"The story of Morgan's rite-of-passage through an American arcadia despoiled by war and slavery is an engrossing tale with mass appeal." - Publishers Weekly
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Walking to Gatlinburg Reader Reviews
Rated of 5
Howard Frank Mosher Author Biography
Howard Frank Mosher is the author of ten novels and two memoirs. He was honored with the New England Independent Booksellers Association's President's Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Arts and is the recipient of the Literature Award bestowed by the American Academy of Arts and Letters. His novel A Stranger in the Kingdom won the New England Book Award for fiction and was later made into a movie, as were his novels Disappearances and Where the Rivers Flow North.
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