Macmillan Childrens Publishing Group

Ballad Novels

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King's Mountain
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King's Mountain

Ballad Novels (Volume 10)
Sharyn McCrumb
St. Martin's Press

John Sevier had not taken much interest in the American Revolution. Homesteading in the Carolina mountains, Sevier was too busy fighting Indians and taming the wilderness to worry much about a far-off...

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The Ballad of Tom Dooley
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The Ballad of Tom Dooley

Ballad Novels (Volume 9)
Sharyn McCrumb
St. Martin's Press

The Ballad of Tom Dooley is a literary triumph—what began as a fictional re-telling of the historical account of one of the most famous mountain ballads of all time became an astonishing...

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The Devil Amongst the Lawyers
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The Devil Amongst the Lawyers

Ballad Novels (Volume 8)
Sharyn McCrumb
St. Martin's Press

"Ms. McCrumb writes with quiet fire and maybe a little mountain magic. . . . She plucks the mysteries from people's lives and works these dark narrative threads into Appalachian legends older than...

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The Ballad of Frankie Silver
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The Ballad of Frankie Silver

Ballad Novels (Volume 5)
Sharyn McCrumb
St. Martin's Press

The New York Times Bestseller

Set in the Appalachian wilderness and blending legends and folklore with high suspense, this stellar novel, The Ballad of Frankie Silver,...

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The Rosewood Casket
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The Rosewood Casket

Ballad Novels (Volume 4)
Sharyn McCrumb
St. Martin's Press

"Eloquent, lyrical, and richly textured . . . There is no one quite like [McCrumb] among present-day writers. No one better either." —San Diego Union-Tribune

With a career spanning...

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About the author

Sharyn McCrumb

SHARYN MCCRUMB is the author of The Rosewood Casket, She Walks These Hills and many other acclaimed novels. Her books have been named Notable Books of the Year by the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times. She was named a “Virginia Woman of History” for Achievement in Literature in 2008. She lives and writes in the Virginia Blue Ridge, less than a hundred miles from where her family settled in 1790 in the Smoky Mountains that divide North Carolina and Tennessee.

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