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Dr. Rebecca Price Janney is the author of twenty-five books, including her beloved Easton Series. Books three and four, Easton at the Crossroads and Easton at the Pass, captured 2019 and 2020 Golden Scroll Awards for Historical Novel of the Year, and the first book in her Morning in America Series, Morning Glory, took second place. Her latest novel is Easton at Christmastide.

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