Losing Lincoln

About the Book

Losing Lincoln

“The time has come when I must change my plan….”

She thought she’d saved them all, but now a more nefarious plot emerges, increasing the stakes and threatening to bring a nation to its knees.

Displaced, rejected, forsaken…

Annabelle finds herself pulled farther from home and ever closer to the malicious repercussions of war.  Elmira prison is filled beyond its capacity, and starving men are left shivering in threadbare clothing beneath paltry shelters. Among the thousands of captured and hopeless Confederates, she searches to find the one man who could be the key to saving her inheritance.

Wounded, desperate, defeated…

Matthew yearns for peace away from Washington. Yet, he can never seem to escape his ties to a frantic madman seeking vengeance. Lurking in the shadows at every turn, the cycle of retribution continually brings yet another danger, and Matthew will do everything in his power to protect the woman he loves – even if it means keeping her from the truth.

In the final dark day days of war, Matthew sets his hopes on Annabelle. She could be the lighthouse that guides him out of the ever encroaching sea of chaos – if only they can allow love and trust to overcome their prideful hearts.

Book two of three

"Stephenia H. McGee shows an emphatic side to the southern cause in the Civil War. Her characters are daring and her plots are dangerously plausible."

"Losing Lincoln" by Stephenia H. McGee took this reviewer captive through to the very last page. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and heartily recommend this civil war story."

"This journey encompasses putting families back together, finding lost family, and love, all amidst one of the bloodiest times in American history. Even Civil War history buffs are going to learn things from this story! The richness of the setting and descriptions are amazing." InD'Tale Magazine

"Reminiscent of Gone with the Wind, The Whistle Walk paints a vivid picture of America at the start of the War Between the States. The treatment of slaves, the economic conditions of the South, the concerns of the soldiers on both sides were brought to life in this breathtaking novel.”

— Christine Sharbrough, The Christian Manifesto

"It is obvious that McGee knows the time period, etiquette standards, building structures, food offerings, and much more. The Civil War atmosphere is very much present and I was reminded of the novel, Gone with the Wind, in quality of the writing and content."

— Susan Faloon, The Christian Manifesto

"It is beautifully told, exquisitely crafted, examining the harsh realities of slavery while allowing one to see the fire of hope and courage. It also shows the kindness and compassion of a young white lady expected to act as others yet yearning to change those expectations. It is realistic and sometimes heartbreaking yet it delivers a message of hope, love and faith against all odds and in all circumstance and it does this to absolute perfection! Bravo Ms. McGee!"

— In'Dtale Magazine

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