In my first book, Separated by the War: The Cave, ten year old brothers are separated during a battle between Yankee and Rebel forces on their isolated farm. The boys are rescued and raised on distant homes. They are reunited ten years later during a conflict with The Flower Society.
In the second book, Separated by the War: Steamboats, the twins twelve year old sister also survives that tragic battle on their farm. Believing that she is the sole survivor, she enlist the aid of friendly Indian traders to help her on the farm and to escape the renegades that raided the war-torn land during the war between the states as she tries to fi nd her father’s brother oldest brother in the
Big Bend of Texas.
In this, the third book in this series, Separated by the War: Wagontrains, the survivors are united during their struggles with the Bosses and Drones of
The Flower Society. Traveling by wagontrain, steamboat, sailing ship, and horseback they cross the American continent and Atlantic Ocean in pursuit of their lives and dreams. They encounter the efforts of the war torn nation to rise from the ashes of the Civil War during the post reconstruction era and delayed
advances of the industrial revolution.
The fourth book, Separated by the War: Pirates, is a prequel of the first three and details the Riley family coming to American and their initial conflict with The Flower Society.