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TAINTED MAGNOLIA By Marilyn Pavlovsky
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TAINTED MAGNOLIA – Louisiana, Per Civil War. Colonel Wayne took over the management of his family planation. Late 1990's Lyla Wilson stops along the highway to look at the beautiful but... More > crumbled mansion. Suddenly she starts having visions of a slave girl, parties, weddings, births and deaths. Her life becomes entwined with memories of the past. Is she losing her mind? Are these visions real? A book of excitement. You will anticipate the next happening as if you are there. If you enjoy the mysterious world of ESP, Deja` vu and Reincarnation, you are sure to like this unusual book. With all of Lyla’s travels she was convinced that she had developed an overactive imagination. That was up until the day that she found herself standing in the arms of the handsome William T. Jenson! The background theme for this book is that of an old Southern Mansion with the left over remnants of days gone by. Standing ever so statuses on the front lawn of this beautiful old home, there is an old magnolia tree!< Less
To Break an Hourglass By Hayley Del Maynard
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A fictional coming-of-age novel which parallels the lives of a young girl, Jemaline Foster and her older neighbor, Samantha Cunningham. Jem is a teenager when she runs away from home, chasing... More > adventure and following in the footsteps of her older neighbor. The story is set in the 1950s, and is paralleled by flashbacks from Samantha's life as a female pirate in the 1920s. It is an adventure novel chronicling the lives of the two women pirates, both in the 1920s and 1950s. As their journey carries them through piracy and riches along the northern coast of Africa, they discover an Arabian slave trade line still in activity. Drawn by a moral conscience, the two women begin an all-out chase across the Sudanese plains to save the kidnapped children from being forced into slavery. As the hunt progresses, the line separating their two lives slowly becomes indistinguishable. And, in the end, Jem must choose what life she will claim and who she will save.< Less
Chained to the Bone By Angelique Arister
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We've sentenced ourselves to a slow and agonizing death without even knowing it. In our constant search for the "ultimate" beauty, we have created a pathway to hell. We have become slaves... More > to not only our own bodies and misconceptions, but to society and the media who hold the power to wrap each one of us tighter and tighter into its unforgiving clutches. We are literally being "Chained to the Bone"! Climb inside an anorexic's mind and actually feel and live her twisted and demoniac thought process as she tries to live out her teenage years. "Chained to the Bone" is a true story that will keep you mesmerized as you whip yourself through the roller coaster ride of emotions and feelings of a teenage girl who is battling the ultimate enemy - her own mind. You'll also find tried and true practical advice on how to reach into the darkness of hell and pull the anorexic back into the comforting light of life again. All hope is not lost.< Less
E Dat Buckra Gal En'um Grunnuts By Gary Lott
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A young black man whose father is a minister, mother a juke joint singer and he is caught in between. This story is set in the 40’s and 50's in Chucktown S.C.. He finds himself being groomed to... More > be a pastor, wants to be a singer and in love with a white girl who just wants the best for him. He is too big for the town and must see what the world offers. Most of the town speak a Pidgin English called Gullah/Geechee made up by enslaved West Africans from the Lowcountry of South Carolina who were not allowed to speak their own language. This book will be filled with twist and turns eventually bringing a young man to a place where he finds himself. Reading this novel will also implore you to learn some Gullah as you go along. Misspellings are intentional. Spelled as it is truly spoken. (Words in the novel are not truly official but come from the memory of the author.) From southern North Carolina down to Northern Florida the beach lands were given to the emancipated slaves this is called Gullah/Geechee region< Less

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