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Sunday's Corner

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  1 Rating  ·  2 Reviews
Sunday's Corner is about Ruby, newly released from prison in 1954 where she paid for her crimes. paid for her crimes. The crime of treason and sedition against her country. Having been forced into radio propaganda for the Nazi's by a shady man she met while living in Paris, it's not looking good as she tries to rebuild her life. Can old crimes and enemies stop her from ...more
Paperback, 212 pages
Published June 1st 2012 by Itoh Press
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David
Feb 12, 2013 David rated it it was amazing
This book ended up twisting and turning a lot deeper than I thought it would. All I knew was the basics of the start, a woman released from prison in Tennessee in the mid fifties with something dark following her. I was utterly unprepared for a past involving being a radio personality in Nazi Germany (from following the worst possible love interest) and a mysterious journal for which people are still pursuing. I love the way it reflects the horrors the protagonist experienced in the war with the ...more
Carolitoh
Ruby Rose is released from the Tennessee Women's Prison and her first stop is Sunday's Corner, a small town with big secrets. Ruby tries to rebuild her life but one night the murder of a local man causes the town to suspect Ruby. Read the book to see if she is sent back to prison or can she beat this rap? Another excellent book by this author.
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