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The Stars of Locust Ridge

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The stars are moving over Locust Ridge, Tennessee, in early March 1973. Sixteen-year-old Genevieve Delany witnesses the odd phenomenon in the skies above the one-bedroom house she shares with her mother, Eva. A self-reliant girl often left alone by her workaholic mother, Genevieve starts to question her reality the night she first views the flitting orbs of golden light ...more
Paperback, 212 pages
Published November 23rd 2018 by Vivid Imagery Publishing
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Genevieve Delany doesn’t have the easiest of lives. Nestled in the Tennessee hills, she resides in her family’s cabin virtually alone, attending high school, and alternately checking on and being checked on by her mother’s troubled brother, John. Gen, as she is called by her small family, finds herself overcome with any and every emotion possible for a young girl her age. From her newly discovered feelings for Kenneth, the son of Sevierville’s doctor, to her fascination with the moving stars ...more
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Craig Moody was born and raised in Pembroke Pines, Florida, a suburban community that edges the beautiful Florida Everglades. Author of the multi-award-winning debut novel The ’49 Indian and multi-award-nominated and winning follow-ups His Name Was Ezra and The Stars of Locust Ridge , Craig currently resides in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with his boyfriend, Gable, and twenty-four-year-old ...more