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Yankee, Go Home

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Explore the grittier side of the South through the eyes of a Yankee. Get lost in Arkansas and chased through Alabama by a badman. Discover who really won the Civil War and why. Encounter the Ku Klux Klan through the eyes of two Yankee bikers. Meet up with a Southern cop under the rolling eyes of The Big Chicken.

Get answers to the most burning questions:

Does it snow down So
Paperback, Second, 210 pages
Published November 21st 2011 by Gityasome Books (first published October 27th 2011)
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Lindsay Amonett
I enjoyed getting the chance to read this book. I thought Sharon Delarose did a good job at keeping the reader engaged in the story. It was both humorous and interesting to hear about life for Dottie. I would recommend this to anyone with Yankee roots.
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Known by the father of my high school friend as "the strange girl who lives down the street," I have always been fascinated by the oddest things.

UFOs, mythical creatures, ghosts, plant lore, oddball insects, dogs and cats -- they all find their way into my words.

I never set out to write mostly nonfiction. I've got a head full of fictional tales, but the truth is just so darn strange! It pokes me t
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