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Crescent City Moon: Book 1 in the Crescent City Series

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Paperback, 176 pages
Published October 25th 2019 by Pandamoon Publishing
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Barbara Waloven
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This book takes you on a deep dive of witchcraft and spirits in the Louisiana swamps of the nineteenth century. I found this a fast paced read that had many unexpected turns. Characters and scenes were so well described that I could smell the earthy marsh and feel the emotions.
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Born and raised in south Louisiana, Nola Nash spent much of her childhood on stage in community theater productions or with her nose stuck in a historical fiction book. She grew up surrounded by rich and colorful history and loved exploring the magic and mystery of old New Orleans. Inspired by the stories that city could tell, she dove into writing her own novels. Now, she’s an English teacher and ...more