Twice A Slave by Randy Willis
The son of a white man and a Cherokee, Joseph Willis must live as a slave on his own property. His struggle for freedom is complicated by a love forbidden by society and his newfound spiritual faith.
With a faith molded by tragedy, Joseph finds the courage to forgive and to change the course of a new nation. Randy Willis tells the raw-boned epic, based on his own ancestors that gives American history a new face and a fresh voice. A novel about adventure, family, faith and the character of a man that touched generations.