A Nation Divided, Vol. 2: For Love of Country

by Robert Marcum


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Matthew Alexander has infiltrated the enemy with one goal: learn of Confederate movement and report it to President Lincoln. While his brother- in-law, Rand, fights at the battlefront, Matthew is thrilled at the opportunity to strike at the enemy in their own territory. However, despite being a Union spy, Matthew finds it impossible to remain indifferent toward Millie Atwater, a beautiful young plantation owner who dreams of freeing her slaves. Together, the two brave the threat of discovery as they work toward their shared dream of freedom for all.

The Battle of Bull Run proved a devastating loss for the Union. For Major Rand Hudson, the forced retreat inspires him to redouble his efforts: with heightened intensity, he is determined to prepare his men for their next encounter with the Confederates. Meanwhile, Rand’s sister Lizzy has focused her work on the Underground Railroad. Her status as a major player in the war effort intensifies when she is recruited to work as a spy behind enemy lines. Confident in her ability to help the cause, she eagerly accepts. But as North and South collide, victory will not prove so simple—for behind the front lines on both sides are individuals who are fighting for their beliefs, their homes . . . their very lives.

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PublishedCovenant Communications (September 2, 2013)
Audiobook NarratorB.J. Hamson
Runtime15 Hrs. 21 Min.

About the Author

Robert Marcum

Robert Marcum is a retired member of the BYU–Idaho religion faculty and is presently serving as a stake president in the Rexburg Idaho Henry’s Fork Stake. He is married to Janene Andreasen, formerly of Grace, Idaho, and they have eight children and twenty grandchildren. He graduated from BYU in 1972 and received a master’s degree from Idaho State in 1982. He taught for seminaries and institutes for seventeen years before receiving a position at Ricks College/BYU– Idaho, where he taught for another seventeen years. There, he served as chairman of the Religion Department for five years. During that time, he led student and adult tours to Israel, Egypt, Greece, Turkey, Italy, France, and England, and he, his wife, and four children lived in the Ukraine while he taught a semester of religious studies at a university in Donetsk. He has written ten additional novels for the LDS market in action, adventure, and historical fiction.

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