A Victorian Tragedy

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Being gifted with intelligence, musical ability, a sense of fashion, and classic beauty, Julia De la Forcez was not an ordinary woman of the Victorian Era. Among her attributes, it was her style not only to speak her mind, but also to act on her dreams. However, to her arrogant family, with the exception of her father, she was considered an outcast who was an ugly millstone around their necks, especially to her mother. When Julia loses her father, her life takes on a destiny that she never dreamed of until the ...
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A Victorian Tragedy

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Being gifted with intelligence, musical ability, a sense of fashion, and classic beauty, Julia De la Forcez was not an ordinary woman of the Victorian Era. Among her attributes, it was her style not only to speak her mind, but also to act on her dreams. However, to her arrogant family, with the exception of her father, she was considered an outcast who was an ugly millstone around their necks, especially to her mother. When Julia loses her father, her life takes on a destiny that she never dreamed of until the opportunities presented themselves. Her "mission" in life takes her from her beginnings in Charleston, SC, to Atlanta, GA, to Europe, and then back to Atlanta. During her travels, Julia found herself "in demand" as an object of desire as she gained inner strength and knowledge that her whole life with her mother, brothers, and sisters had been in vain. Keeping focused, Julia's independence skyrocketed while she watched the lives around her crumble. Julia was not a stranger to vengeance and to those who had to pay the price for deliberate cruelty. People around her start dying and those who know Julia are mystified. Victorian woman are not usually murderers, are they?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780984634781
  • Publisher: IncrediBoy Productions
  • Publication date: 8/1/2012
  • Pages: 510
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.25 (d)

Meet the Author

A Victorian Tragedy is the third novel by native Georgian, Michael Tanner. He has studied in the states and abroad in regard to musical excellence as well as his love of history. Michael dedicates his spare time to help others and is currently an ongoing volunteer at Historic Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta. His other novels are The Well of Loneliness and Whispers in the Dark. He also published a family history, The Rooms of Memory.
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