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Men Like Gods by Drusilla Campbell

Men Like Gods

by Drusilla Campbell

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The building of the Panama Canal - It was the most ambitious undertaking of the century. It was a dream - an obsession - that would change forever the lives of the men and women who dared contemplate the great endeavor.
RITA HARMON - She was young, beautiful and talented. What would Panama demand of her?
DEREK LADD - He alone understood the human cost of this greatest sacrifice.
GABRIEL SWANN - Part gentleman, part rebel, he would give his life for Panama.

From the author of The Hopewell Saga and Autumntide, now comes a novel with awesome sweep and power - the story of the shattering changes of a new century - of courageous men's dreams - and the triumphant strength of a woman's love.
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