In Lieu of Light

In Lieu of Light

by Wayne W. Jackson
     
 

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Two sisters are brought up with unyielding ideas of good and bad, sinful and honorable, moral and immoral in the Post Slavery South.
Born to slavery, freed by war, they now must face their greatest fears as an unquenchable thirst develops that threatens in engulf and suffocate their once timid minds.
A trial of fear, terror, suspense, and unfathomable evil

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Overview

Two sisters are brought up with unyielding ideas of good and bad, sinful and honorable, moral and immoral in the Post Slavery South.
Born to slavery, freed by war, they now must face their greatest fears as an unquenchable thirst develops that threatens in engulf and suffocate their once timid minds.
A trial of fear, terror, suspense, and unfathomable evil consume all who threaten their heroic and power driven stance.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780981584560
Publisher:
Dailey Swan Publishing
Publication date:
05/25/2008
Pages:
216
Product dimensions:
7.90(w) x 5.00(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
16 Years

Meet the Author

Wayne Jackson was born on Long Island. While attending college at the Fashion Institue of Technology, he acheived 2 internships with Newsday where he worked as a photojurnalist and his love of photography and writing grew. Wayne lived in serveral countries while serving in the armed forces and currently lives in New York with his daughter.

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