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The Ghost of Blackwater Creek (Secrets of the South)

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Man’s soul is never content in isolation, but there he dwells. He is alone at the beginning and alone at the end. Only the brief moments of connection to another heart keep him moving toward the sun. The Ghost of Blackwater Creek is the son of a hoodoo woman and a freed slave. His skin is the color of spilled milk and his hair looks like clean yellow tassels bursting from ...more
Kindle Edition, 165 pages
Published March 1st 2013
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I became so engrossed in this book. The characters came to life. I actually thought about them during my day and couldn't wait for some spare time to be able to continue reading what happened next. I wish there was a continuation.
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I am first a grandmother then a Southern writer, raised and steeped in the traditions of the deep South. I returned to college at the age of 44, a challenge which certainly changed my life. I fell in love with words and will never recover from that addiction. My favorite authors are Thomas Wolfe, Ernest Hemingway, Albert Camus, and Friedrich Nietzsche. I enjoy study of the paranormal and deep ...more
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