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Grave Dancin' e-book

Author:

Bob Whetstone

Language:

English

Category:

Fiction

Subcategory:

Contemporary

ePub size:

1937 kb

Other formats:

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Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

Lulu.com (December 17, 2006)

Pages:

436

ISBN:

1847282199

Grave Dancin' e-book

by Bob Whetstone


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A tenant farmer moves to town to put his children to work in a cotton mill only to face the economic depression of the 1920's and a murderous gang that threaten starvation.

Bob Whetstone's roots are deeply embedded in the cotton mill villages of the South. Set against the backdrop of the pre-Depression years, GRAVE DANCIN' traces the life of a young man whose quest for freedom is thwarted by overwhelming responsibility for his younger siblings

Bob Whetstone's roots are deeply embedded in the cotton mill villages of the South. This former college professor began piecing together fragments of family history that had become shrouded in myths, legends and denials. Set against the backdrop of the pre-Depression years, GRAVE DANCIN' traces the life of a young man whose quest for freedom is thwarted by overwhelming responsibility for his younger siblings.

Closing her latest book Blues Dancing is reminiscent of moving from a beloved neighborhood and leaving behind friends who are likefamily

Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). Closing her latest book Blues Dancing is reminiscent of moving from a beloved neighborhood and leaving behind friends who are likefamily. -Emerge?McKinney Whetstone's strength'apparent in all her work, including Blues Dancing'is plot development.

Part of Alex Craft series by Kalayna Price. Thank you for reading books on BookFrom. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63. 64 65 66 67 68 69 70. Page 70. Author: Kalayna Price.

part of Alex Craft Series. Dancing jokes aside, unless this guy had two left er of the other feet belong to him. Three left feet? That meant at least three victims. You’re thinking serial? Don’t say that too loud, John said, his gaze flashing to a passing pair of crime scene technicians headed toward the dense old-growth forest.

I real y could have used a moment to focus on my shields, but they didn’t give me one. The media had a tendency to portray grave witches as creepy goths hanging out in cemeteries. The media had a tendency to portray grave witches as creepy goths hanging out in cemeteries hat I tended to do most of my work in cemeteries, I certainly didn’t enjoy hanging out in them. It was always a relief to leave a graveyard. The moon provided the only light, so I was once again relying on my psychic vision and not my eyes

A tenant farmer moves to town to put his children to work in a cotton mill only to face the economic depression of the 1920's and a murderous gang that threaten starvation.
Butius
I know this family because it IS my family. But I've learned so much about who they were and how they became who they grew to be. Each page made me more proud. Each page made me not only want to read the next page - but NEED to read the next page. Bob Whetstone is a storyteller's storyteller. As someone who does workshops on storytelling, this book is now a part of my sessions. A masterful telling of a captivating story -- and I can just imagine how this story has ripened through the years in the writer's mind until it finally poured out onto paper. I am so glad it did. In some ways, it is southern gothic literature - deep, sometimes dark and absolutely gripping. Read it!
Akinohn
For anyone interested in the turn of the century southern south. Read the story to my 98 yr old father from Al. He said that's the way it was.
fr0mTheSkY
It is rare that I can become so immersed in a book that I forget I am reading. However, this book allowed me to do just that. I was instantly tugged into the story during the first few pages and had a very difficult time putting it down. It is an easy read and also very moving. Mr Whetstone does a great job developing the charactes so that you identify well with them. I hated for the book to finish...

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