Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)--Fiction; Mormon families--Fiction; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Fiction
As the Civil War ends, soldiers and civilians alike try to return to the life they once knew. It will not be easy. For the Birminghams, the journey through America’s most tragic conflict has led to loyalties, passions, and losses that will continue to impact their lives forever.
For Sarah Birmingham, the devastation of the war and its aftermath has been a deeply humbling experience. She understands that she has made serious mistakes, but will she be able to build bridges over the deep chasms she has created? Can Daniel O'Shea, after suffering a broken spirit, rekindle the love he has tried to forget? And will Anne Gunderson prove strong enough to rescue another woman from soul-shattering violence without endangering her own family?
One Nation Under God, the fourth and final volume in the Faith of Our Fathers series, brings a deeply satisfying conclusion to a powerful drama depicting engagingly human people in circumstances that take them to the very edge of their endurance. Their sorrows and triumphs make this a tale that will not soon be forgotten. [from publisher web site]