Books by Eileen Charbonneau

The Randolph Legacy

The Randolph Legacy is a powerful early-American novel that started a little slowly, but quickly picked up steam until I became totally absorbed in the story and its wonderful characters. In 1803, a young boy from an American ship is impressed on a British ship. When he refuses to obey the ca ...

Rachel LeMoyne

During the Irish potato famine, Gerald Keegan, a schoolteacher of County Sligo, made a note in his diary about a gift of corn from the Choctaw Indians of the United States. Eileen Charbonneau has taken this diary entry and fashioned an unusual and compelling historical novel around it. Rachel ...