Born in a shack on Natchez-Under-the-Hill, the abode of
cutthroats, thieves, brawling river men and ladies of easy virtue, Ross Pary
has but one goal: to reach Natchez-on-the Hill,where gentlemen planters lived a
life of graciousness and ease in their porticoed mansions.
Yet, he loves a woman from Cuba enough to invade
her country to in a desparate search to find her. Floodtide dramatizes Ross
Pary's struggle for
social acceptance despite his the passions and tangled
loves. It is the story of a chivalrous South overreaching itself for an
overseas slave empire in the floodtide of its declining fortunes in the lush
decade prior to the Civil War.
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