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Darien, Georgia, c. 1862

The Last Laird of Sapelo

by T. M. Brown

The Last Laird of Sapelo is a heart-wrenching and beautiful story of a man and his family brought to its knees by the Civil War. Life-changing choices must be made and personal integrity brought to bear during the nineteenth century when the South was swept into a brutal and complicated war.” —Patti Callahan Henry, New York Times Best-Selling Author of The Secret Book of Flora Lea 

“A Civil War novel traces a wealthy plantation owner’s fight to protect his family’s lands as the North extends its blockade to Georgia’s outer islands and ports… A well-researched Civil War drama, highly informative about cotton’s importance to both sides.” Kirkus Reviews (Visit here for the entire review.)

“The Last Laird of Sapelo, by T. M. Brown, is the story of one man’s tragic death in pursuit of justice, as his way of life, too, dies in the flames of a war that he had tried his damnedest to avert… The Last Laird of Sapelo will fascinate readers interested in the unsung facets of the U.S. Civil War, those looking for a nuanced approach to the origins of the conflict, and anyone interested in the details of military organization—or lack thereof—in 19th-century warfare. Chanticleer Book Reviews. (Visit here to read the complete review.)_

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Available in Hardcover, Paperback, and eBook

Meet the Author

T.M. Brown, known as Mike to friends and family, cherishes his Georgia roots, recalling childhood trips to his Great-Uncle’s farm beyond Stone Mountain. He’s retired since 2014 and lives with his wife, Connie, in Newnan, Georgia. Mike has been a presenting author at various literary festivals and is an active member of multiple writing associations. His novels have garnered accolades, including nominations for Georgia Author of the Year and awards like Christian Suspense Book of the Year finalist. His latest work, “The Last Laird of Sapelo,” released in August 2023, has received rave reviews from Chanticleer, Historical Fiction Company, and Kirkus.

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“T. M. Brown’s characters are rich, the story is compelling . . . the language is clever and poetic. . . It is an extraordinary tale written by an exceptional author. I will read his books again.” —RAYMOND L. ATKINS author of Set List, Sweetwater Blues, and Camp Redemption

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