Robert Sell’s New Book “The Mark on the Magnolia” is a Story of a Family’s Survival in the Deep South in the Throes of the Civil War

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Recent release “The Mark on the Magnolia” from Page Publishing author Robert Sell is a heartfelt story of a family whose love pushes them to survive the Civil War both on the home front and on the front lines.

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Robert Sell, a dedicated writer and family man, has completed his new book “The Mark of the Magnolia”: a tale of a family’s life during the Civil War that is at once tragic and heart-warming.

Sell’s fourth installment in his five-part book series is a thorough fiction placed in the time period, giving it multiple angles of appeal. The author proclaims, “This book has much to offer the romantic as well as the history buff.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Robert Sell’s moving tale returns the readers to the Brierwood Estate as the Hunnley family prepares itself for the impending Civil War.

As time takes its toll and the battle begins, new members join the family as existing members sadly leave the world. Young Chad, now the patriarch of the family with his twin brother, Drew, finds that his efforts are required in the doomed Southern side of the war in spite of his family’s disagreement with the prevailing attitudes regarding slavery.

Sarah, his hard-working bride, realizes that she will be the acting chief proprietor of the Brierwood Estate as well as a single mother to an infant son while her husband is away.

In spite of their hardships and moments of hopelessness, the two never lose faith that their love will reunite them.

Readers who wish to experience this poignant work can purchase “The Mark on the Magnolia” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

About Page Publishing:

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