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Daughter of a Daughter of a Queen by Sarah Bird

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Also by Sarah Bird:

Daughter of a Daughter of a Queen, February 2020
Trade Size (reprint)
Daughter of a Daughter of a Queen, September 2018
Hardcover
The Gap Year, July 2012
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The Gap Year, July 2011
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How Perfect Is That, June 2008
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The Flamenco Academy, October 2007
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The Flamenco Academy, June 2006
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Daughter of a Daughter of a Queen
Sarah Bird

St. Martin's Griffin
February 2020
On Sale: February 4, 2020
Featuring: Cathy Williams
544 pages
ISBN: 1250193176
EAN: 9781250193179
Kindle: B079DV7F7B
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Hardcover (September 2018)

Women's Fiction Historical | Historical

The compelling, hidden story of Cathy Williams, a former slave and the only woman to ever serve with the legendary Buffalo Soldiers.

“Here’s the first thing you need to know about Miss Cathy Williams: I am the daughter of a daughter of a queen and my mama never let me forget it.”

Though born into bondage on a “miserable tobacco farm” in Little Dixie, Missouri, Cathy Williams was never allowed to consider herself a slave. According to her mother, she was a captive, destined by her noble warrior blood to escape the enemy. Her chance at freedom presents itself with the arrival of Union general Phillip Henry “Smash ‘em Up” Sheridan, the outcast of West Point who takes the rawboned, prideful young woman into service. At war’s end, having tasted freedom, Cathy refuses to return to servitude and makes the monumental decision to disguise herself as a man and join the Army’s legendary Buffalo Soldiers.

Alone now in the ultimate man’s world, Cathy must fight not only for her survival and freedom, but she also vows to never give up on finding her mother, her little sister, and the love of the only man strong enough to win her heart. Inspired by the stunning, true story of Private Williams, this American heroine comes to vivid life in a sweeping and magnificent tale about one woman’s fight for freedom, respect and independence.

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