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Ella Giancetti thought certain things had ended in the South, like segregation and signs announcing 'Whites Only'. When she moves to Paterson, Virginia, though, she quickly discovers that, though the signs might be gone, some of the attitudes remain...
Accepting her first job as a college professor in a different state is supposed to be the start of a new life as Ella heals
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Published (first published November 28th 2011)
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Feb 05, 2012 J. rated it really liked it
Sometimes we create our own ghosts. Some ghosts are the result of the “what ifs?” in our lives, often the product of regret. But then there are the ghosts of strangers that come unbidden into our lives—a specter unable to rest due to some injustice done it at a time before we came to exist. Signs of the South is a story about such a ghost.

Ella Giancetti leaves Connecticut in the aftermath of her mother’s death, as much to escape her overbearing and overprotective sister as to accept a job as a c
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What a fantastic read! Thought-provoking, witty, and bloody scary - everything I look for in a novel. Pacing, writing-style, tension, all top notch!

A must for all (not just horror fans!)

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