During the 1840s England, one custom at Christmastime was to send out the Christmas letter to all your friends. It had to be delivered between December 25th and New Year's. Thanks to a recent expansion of the British postal system, the sender could mail a letter or card anywhere in the country by affixing a penny stamp to the correspondence--and many people were doing just that.
As a Union sniper, killing has become easy for Captain Christmas “Chris” Haley. After four long years of fighting against his own countrymen, the once naïve farm boy is now a war-hardened soldier whose faith in God is shaken. Chris is ready to set aside his rifle and return to his Kansas farm. But will his family accept the man he’s become—angry and unsure if he still believes in God? His mother's pretty caregiver catches his eye and begins to give him a reason to go on each day. In spite of his bitterness, his heart is softening. But what happens when he learns the secret Hannah is keeping?
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