The Mystery At Camp Prunes

The Mystery At Camp Prunes

by Eugene Munoz
     
 

A retired teacher comes to grips with herself and seeks the help of a former student who may have the answers to a mystery concerning the ultimate disposition of a young man's life.
The young lady tells the story of two young white teenagers that vacation in an encampment Of migrant nomadic farm workers.
On arrival, the girl is overwhelmed with frenzy… See more details below

Overview

A retired teacher comes to grips with herself and seeks the help of a former student who may have the answers to a mystery concerning the ultimate disposition of a young man's life.
The young lady tells the story of two young white teenagers that vacation in an encampment Of migrant nomadic farm workers.
On arrival, the girl is overwhelmed with frenzy concerning the conditions she sees and demands an immediate retreat from this hellhole. Sorrowfully, she discovers there is no getting out of this camp. She spends the first few days trying to escape, which brings her face to face with a death crisis. This incident places a self-imposed curfew on her efforts to escape, and from then on she makes an effort to blend in with the primitive culture.
It becomes evident to the teacher the answer she seeks, originated from two separate incidents. Each one separated by a hundred years, each of them slowly destroying her life. Both of them mystifying and bizarre. She has been the innocent victim of circumstances all her life. There is however a solution to both incidents at this late time in her unhappy life.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012277251
Publisher:
Eugene Munoz
Publication date:
03/16/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

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