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Ben Ames Williams

Ben Ames Williams was the author of 30 novels, including All the Brothers Were Valiant, Come Spring, Leave Her to Heaven, The Strumpet Sea, and The Unconquered.
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House Divided
House Divided (3 Formats) ›
By Ben Ames Williams
PDF Price 9.99

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Published May 2006

First published in 1947, this bestselling historical novel is cherished and remembered as one of the finest retellings of the Civil War saga—America's own War and Peace. In the first hard pinch of the Civil War, five siblings of an established Confederate Virginia family learn that their father is the grandfather of Abraham Lincoln. The family's story, and the story of their descendants, is presented in this tale that includes both soldiers and civilians—complete with their boasting, ambition, and arrogance, but also their patience, valor, and shrewdness. The grandnephew of General James Longstreet, the author brings to life one of the most extraordinary periods in history, and details war as it really is—a disease from which, win or lose, no nation ever completely recovers.
Leave Her to Heaven
Leave Her to Heaven (4 Formats) ›
By Ben Ames Williams
Trade Paper Price 14.95

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Published Oct 2007

This classic bestselling novel about a man who encounters a woman whose power to destroy is as strong as her power to love evokes Hemingway in its naturalistic portrayal of elemental forces in both nature and humanity. Ellen’s beauty was radiant, and Harland had been so struck with her personality and the strength of her character that he knew he could never leave her. When he found that she returned his adoration, he could marry her with joy, bothered just momentarily by a strange premonition. It was only later, when the premonition became a horrifying reality, that he realized the glowing loveliness of the woman he had married was the true face of evil.