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Jackson Loring

Jackson Loring

Life wasn’t easy for a poor country boy coming of age in World War II, especially with a father away at war. But life will get easier as soon as his father’s army pay starts rolling in. The allotment checks will fix everything—or so he thinks. His mother has other ideas.
When Jackson rebels, he places himself and those he loves in mortal danger. Nancy Dane’s latest novel introduces us to descendants of the Loring and Matthers families of earlier novels.

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A Reasonable Doubt

A Reasonable Doubt

A Reasonable Doubt is life during Reconstruction, an era when every southerner wore the oppressive yoke of Yankee invaders. In an attempt to throw off this yoke, ex-soldier Bill Tanner faces deadly peril and the injustice of a corrupt government. Along the way he encounters gentler invaders, a homeless widow named Abigail and her young son Jacob, who seek refuge on Bill’s land. Woven into the tale is the true story of Sidney Wallace, a man known both as villain and hero in a place where carpetbaggers control politics, elections are rigged, and one small town in Arkansas becomes nationally known as Bloody Clarksville.

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An Enduring Union

An Enduring Union

Book Four of the Tattered Glory Series

An Enduring Union, the riveting conclusion of the Tattered Glory Series, reintroduces Union sympathizer Nelda Horton and Confederate scout Allen Matthers. In this fast-paced novel the unlikely couple faces danger, intrigue, tragedy, and shocking revelations. As the last two years of the American Civil War draw to a close, there is hope for a better future when the nation is once again united.

The Tattered Glory Series is winner of the 2011 Arkansiana Fiction Award presented by the Arkansas Library Association

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A Long Way to Go

A Long Way to Go

Book Three of the Tattered Glory Series

As the Union Army pushes deep into Arkansas, newly wed Elijah and Cindy Loring embark on separate journeys that drive them far apart and into a land of violence and terror. This tale of soldier and civilian brings to life an unforgettable story of passion, loss, and survival.
A Long Way to Go reads as true as an authentic diary.

A Long Way to Go is based on the documentary history Tattered Glory, also compiled by the author.

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A Difference of Opinion

A Difference of Opinion

Book Two of the Tattered Glory Series

What happens to a Union sympathizer in a staunchly Confederate town? In the action packed novel A Difference of Opinion, author Nancy Dane brings alive a time in Arkansas when the word “rebel”is synonymous with “patriot.”Once-beloved neighbors become enemies. Almost too late, one young woman, Nelda Horton, discovers that deception can wear many faces.

A Difference of Opinion is based on the documentary history Tattered Glory, also compiled by the author.

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Where the Road Begins

Where the Road Begins

Book One of the Tattered Glory Series

Across Arkansas, men marched away to subdue devils, either Yankee or Confederate, depending on one’s politics. Unfortunately, devils of another breed stayed behind. In the spellbinding novel Where the Road Begins, author Nancy Dane brings alive a time when marauding bushwhackers rode the hills and when women had as much to fear as any soldier.

This clash between North and South took a conscripted youth, Elijah Loring, far from the banks of Little Piney Creek down a road where terror and war awaited. After returning home a hardened man, he suffered lost love, and in this lawless land, confronted dangers as great as any endured in the crushed Confederate army.

Where the Road Begins is based on the documentary history Tattered Glory, also compiled by the author.

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Tattered Glory Documentary

Tattered Glory

Documentary Civil War History of
The Arkansas River Valley

A compilation of official records, diary entries, letters, and photos of the Civil War in the Arkansas River Valley, mainly focusing on Johnson and Pope Counties.

Here is a sample entry:
“Official Records Vol. 22. Part II FORT SMITH, ARK.,
October 31, 1863 Major-General SCHOFIELD:…Although we did not overtake Shelby, we kept him from extended pillage, punishing him severely, and drove him across the river at a point near Clarksville. We took about 75 prisoners, killed 20 or 30 of his men, including 1 captain, and captured a number of horses. We have to mourn the death of Lieutenant [James G.] Robertson, of the First Arkansas Cavalry, who fell, mortally wounded, on the 26th, while bravely leading a charge against the rear guard of the enemy on Little Piney Creek…
JOHN McNEIL, Brigadier-General, Commanding.”

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