White aristocracy declared Margaret Hardin one of their own. Three people knew the truth. Who turned on her?
Find out in
The Daughter of Union County
The ups and downs and twirl arounds in The Daughter of Union County make this saga of a very intertwined family a must read. A wealthy White man with a barren wife is determined to have an heir. When his tri-racial mistress in 1870 Arkansas gives birth to his White-skinned daughter, the man forces the child into the arms of his reluctant wife, declaring “this is your baby.” Protecting this secret sends out multiple tentacles of disaster from oil-land grabs, to a vicious rape, to murder to a test of sibling loyalty, to racial passing.