Download Colors of Truth by Tamera Alexander Pdf book free online. 1866 in Tennessee Catriona O’Toole, an Irish immigrant, last heard from her twin brother Ryan as he was being sent to Franklin, Tennessee. As a forced Confederate soldier, Ryan most certainly experienced the terrible Battle of Franklin, which claimed thousands of lives. With nothing to her name save the amount of money Ryan entrusted to their family, Catriona departs the lush green of their Irish birthplace in quest of him. As the lone survivor of their damaged family and the sole caregiver for her feisty sister Nora, who is seven years old, Catriona seeks to bring the siblings back together. GET FREE AUDIOBOOK
Former Federal soldier Wade Cunningham now works for the newly established United States Secret Service and is looking for counterfeiting gangs in the post-World War II South. He must assume the identity of a former Confederate in Franklin, where fake money is rife, in order to break into their sophisticated operation. Wade is immediately drawn to Catriona when he first meets her and the young redhead under her care, but he doesn’t realize that the money she is carrying is some of the most convincing fake currency he has ever seen. The person Wade is falling for will soon be a suspect in a serious crime, which Wade is expected to prosecute.
About the Author
Tamera Alexander is one of today’s most well-known authors of inspirational historical romance, and USA Today deems her books “a full on HIT!” Publishers Weekly says of her writing, “so vivid, one can practically hear the music reverberating off of the page” (about A Lasting Impression) (about A Note Yet Unsung).
Tamera is a best-selling author and motivational speaker whose books have won numerous accolades or made short lists for them, including the Christy Award Hall of Fame for Excellence in Christian Fiction, the RITA Award, the Carol Award, the Bookseller’s Best Award, the National Reader’s Choice Award, Library Journal’s Top Christian Fiction, the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence, the Golden Quill Award, and the HOLT Medallion.