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River's Bend

3.94  ·  Rating Details ·  32 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Rafe Stone came back to Mississippi seeking justice and a house reputed to hold the secret to a fortune in Yankee gold. But the magnificent structure that began life as a one-room, French-Dominion log cabin and grew into an antebellum showcase south of Natchez has fallen into disrepair and into the hands of a savvy Mississippi City businessman by the name of Josephus Colla ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Loblolly Writer's House
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Hope Denney
Mar 30, 2014 Hope Denney rated it it was amazing
“River’s Bend” is a strong Southern Gothic suspense novel that begins on a gripping note of intrigue and steadily ratchets up the tension throughout the development of the plot and leaves the reader satisfied (but depressed that the book had to end).

Set in Mississippi around 30 years after the War of Northern Aggression, handsome and wealthy Rafe Stone visits the home of businessman Joseph Collander hoping to buy the majestic River’s Bend home. Mr. Collander has no intention of selling the place
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May 20, 2012 P.A. Wilson rated it really liked it
an interesting mystery. I found myself trying to guess not only who did the main mystery, but also who the main characters were. A complex and well written story.
Lynn Shurden
Sep 04, 2014 Lynn Shurden rated it liked it
Have had this book for a while but just got around to reading it. Frankly, I thought it would be just another MS river book of romance but I did enjoy it.
Oct 04, 2014 CHARLES KING rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Good story.

Never a boring moment. couldn't turn the pages fast enough. Great elements of surprise throughout the book. Ended just right. More please.
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Charlsie Russell is the oldest child of a Mississippi father and an Arkansan mother. After graduating from the University of Mississippi in 1972 with a degree in archaeology, she entered the Navy's Officer Candidate School from where she emerged an ensign. She retired in 1993 as a full commander in Naval Intelligenge, and returned with her family to her home state of Mississippi. After the last of ...more
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