Ximenez-Fatio House Museum | St. Augustine, Florida Don Juan McQueen by Eugenia Price <p><em>Don Juan McQueen </em>is the second book in the trilogy by Eugenia Price</p><p> </p><p>“A powerful novel by Eugenia Price, <em>Don Juan McQueen</em> tells the story of John McQueen, an American patriot and friend of Washington and Jefferson, who finds himself bankrupt and forced to flee to Spanish East Florida to escape imprisonment. Anne, his beautiful wife, and children remain in Savannah, Georgia, as he obtains a new identity- Don Juan McQueen, a confidante to the Spanish governor. The more he adapts to his new home, the more quickly he falls from the graces of Anne, and their children are trapped between them.</p><p>            Filled with action and drama, this sequel to <em>Maria</em> reveals a unique period in history as the characters struggle with religion, Spanish influence, and America’s quest for expansion and recognition.”  </p>
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Don Juan McQueen is the second book in the trilogy by Eugenia Price

 

“A powerful novel by Eugenia Price, Don Juan McQueen tells the story of John McQueen, an American patriot and friend of Washington and Jefferson, who finds himself bankrupt and forced to flee to Spanish East Florida to escape imprisonment. Anne, his beautiful wife, and children remain in Savannah, Georgia, as he obtains a new identity- Don Juan McQueen, a confidante to the Spanish governor. The more he adapts to his new home, the more quickly he falls from the graces of Anne, and their children are trapped between them.

            Filled with action and drama, this sequel to Maria reveals a unique period in history as the characters struggle with religion, Spanish influence, and America’s quest for expansion and recognition.”  

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