Souls of the Soil-by Gloria Waldron Hukle-- now available in both paperback and electronic format-- is a unique historical novel that spans centuries following the lives of two sets of American fathers and their sons--all four who share the same DNA.
A story inspired by an actual murder in New York in the year 1756 and driven by the discovery of a small family cemetery plot hundreds of years later, Hukle's most recent novel unites one tale within another; a contemporary novel that questions the meaning of reality converges with well-researched historical fiction.
But Gloria Waldron Hukle’s final slice of her “American Waldron Book Series” opens long before blood drips from the blade of a sharpened rusty bayonet when families are brought together by the unexpected death of a good friend in the year 2014.
The lives of two sets of fathers and sons crisscross between centuries in this last of the four book series that began a decade ago with “Manhattan: Seeds of the Big Apple.”
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