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Tread Lightly Sibby - Serbina Ellen Monroe Story

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Asking Price $ 13.00 USD per item
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Renewed Date23-Dec-2015 09:17:29 AM EST
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Booksbyfay member since 08-nov-2008
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Tread Lightly Sibby-Serbina Ellen Monroe Story  Serbina Ellen Monroe had high hopes at the end of the Civil War for life to be better than it had been during the last few strife filled years. Her husband, Brice, came home from the war wounded, but he had fully recovered. His grist mill and sawmill were busy. Sibby looked forward to the day when lawless renegades in the area were replaced with law abiding citizens. She wanted Texas County, Mo. to be a safe place for her children to grow up. A place where folks lived side by side without being labeled as a Federalist or Confederate sympathizer. Suddenly, Sibby finds her world shattered. Two lawmen escorting horse thieves to Springfield, Mo. talk Brice into traveling with them through the wilderness grove. Two weeks later, a young boy finds the horse thieves dangling from the ends of ropes in that grove. Brice is the only one around to point a finger at. He says he's innocent, but he knows he won't be able to find an unbiased jury. There are men in Texas Co. that have their reasons for wanting Brice Monroe out of the way. His only alternative is to run as far from Texas Co. as he can get.