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  1. 978-0-7432-5544-8. The Hornet's Nest: A Novel of the Revolutionary War is a 2003 novel by Jimmy Carter. It features the American Revolutionary War as fought in the Deep South, and is the first fictional publication by any president of the United States. [1]

  2. 13 de out. de 2004 · The Hornet's Nest: A Novel of the Revolutionary War Paperback – October 13, 2004. by Jimmy Carter (Author) 4.3 232 ratings. See all formats and editions. The first work of fiction by a President of the United States—a sweeping novel of the American South and the War of Independence.

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    • Jimmy Carter
    • $14.59
    • Simon & Schuster
  3. Hornet's Nest (1997) is a book by author Patricia Cornwell, set in Charlotte, North Carolina, which was called "a hornet's nest of rebellion" by Cornwallis during the American Revolutionary War . Plot summary. The author reveals the heart and soul of a metropolitan police department.

    • Patricia Daniels Cornwell
    • USA
    • 1997
    • Crime
  4. Thorndike Press, 2004 - Fiction - 904 pages. A New York Times Bestseller A Featured Alternate of the Literary Guild, Doubleday Book Club, and Book of the Month Club. In this ambitious and deeply...

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  6. 11 de nov. de 2003 · A debut novel by the Nobel laureate and best-selling author of An Hour Before Daylight offers a richly textured study of the American South during the Revolutionary War, chronicling the story of Ethan Pratt, his wife Epsey, and their neighbors, Kindred and Mavis Morris, as they become caught up in the conflict and the growing ...

    • Hardcover
    • Jimmy Carter
  7. 1 de jan. de 2003 · Jimmy Carter. 3.24. 1,136ratings197reviews. Kindle Unlimited $0.00. The Barnes & Noble ReviewFormer president and Nobel Peace Prize winner Jimmy Carter presents a novel of the Revolutionary War that emphasizes the role of the South in the battle for America's independence.