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Confessions of a Lonely Soul

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A young man dies of AIDS and leaves behind a mysterious videotape for his family that exposes his tormented life of secrets and guilt in a confession from beyond the grave.



DeMarco Reid left a videotape for his family to play during his funeral, but his family doesn't realize they are in for the shock of their lives. In it, DeMarco appears in a pre-recorded message to admi
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Paperback, 224 pages
Published June 5th 2007 by Strebor Books (first published January 1st 2007)
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Sheress Belton
Nov 05, 2017 rated it liked it
Good read however why such the cliff hanger when there was no need for that?
OOSA
Dec 31, 2008 rated it it was amazing
The End of it's Course

CONFESSIONS OF A LONELY SOUL opens at the end of DeMarco Reid's life. Instead of the run of the mill eulogy, DeMarco decides to provide his family and friends with a videotape that not only rewinds time and shines light on pieces of his life, but shocking confessions...

HIV positive, murder suspects with a baby on the way, Kalia and DeMarco have their hands full. Instead of relying on their family to support them through this difficult time, they rely solely on one another
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Sidne
Apr 05, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Confessions of a Lonely Soul is a compelling novel about a lonely wife, a workaholic husband, adultery, guilt, consequences and secrets. The author, Harold Turley spins a story line that involves characters dealing with the effects of AIDS and Depression, a perspective not often presented together in novels at the time this book was published.

From the beginning of the story you are presented with a different setting than most novels. The author poured his creativity into this one. We've all read
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Sharon
Jul 06, 2008 rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Everyone
I actually gave this book a 3.5 Even though it had a few editing errors and hit a slow moment it still was a good book.
Marlene
i liked the book but hated how it ended he never said what it ment
Stacey Frazier
Aug 22, 2007 is currently reading it
Still reading, but so far, kinda interesting...hasn't lost my attention yet.
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Harold L. Turley II was born and raised in Washington, D.C. An author and performance poet, he lives with his children in Brandywine, Maryland. Turley first thrilled readers with the critically acclaimed novel Love’s Game, touched the lives of many with Confessions of a Lonely Soul, and showed the practical glamour of the life of crime—while introducing readers to the effects and consequences of t ...more