A Jekyll & Hyde Woman. [NOOK Book]

Overview

Does the Jekyl & Hyde tale change when the protagonist is a woman? It does when Doctor Jaquelle uses a daring treatment to help cure an atavistic young boy and then uses the same treatment on herself to overcome her timidity. She unleashes a wanton seductress into the streets of New Orleans. It turns into a battle of good vs. evil but who or what is really evil remains a question until the end
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A Jekyll & Hyde Woman.

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Overview

Does the Jekyl & Hyde tale change when the protagonist is a woman? It does when Doctor Jaquelle uses a daring treatment to help cure an atavistic young boy and then uses the same treatment on herself to overcome her timidity. She unleashes a wanton seductress into the streets of New Orleans. It turns into a battle of good vs. evil but who or what is really evil remains a question until the end
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000896099
  • Publisher: A.M. Murray
  • Publication date: 4/18/2010
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,144,373
  • File size: 257 KB

Meet the Author

A.M. Murray was an immigrant to the USA after WWII, at age 3. He earned a Bachelor's degree in Psychology but then got drafted into the Army during the Vietnam era. He came home and bummed around the country a while, worked lots of jobs, went back to school, got a degree in Photojournalism with lots of grad work in Mass Media. Worked as video producer for a big company but was forced out due to office politics. He wondered if it was him or just his luck. He did some research and came up with a book, "The Best of Luck." Other books done or in the works reflect his experiences, interests -- "The Secret of the Serpent Mound," about death at the mysterious earthen effigy; "In the new Country," about immigrants on a dead end street and the possibility of deportation. "A Jekyl & Hyde Woman," about good versus evil, set in New Orleans.

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