Bargain With A Devil: The Tragedy Behind Gone With The Wind

Bargain With A Devil: The Tragedy Behind Gone With The Wind

by Gloria Gravitt Moulder

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Overview

This book is not about Scarlett, Rhett, the Civil War or it's aftermath. It is about a "bargain" made by Margaret Mitchell the famous author of "Gone With The Wind" that eventually led to her death, and how it impacted the life of Hugh Dorsey Gravitt and his family. It's about manipulation, psychopathic behavior, sexual deviance, and murder that was made to look like an accident, false imprisonment, alcoholism, medical malpractice, attempted suicide, the hardship of survival during the great depression, moonshining, child abuse, and racism.

This book tells about Hugh Gravitt watching the disastrous fire that destroyed the Winecoff Hotel in Atlanta Georgia killing 119 people as mother's threw their babies out windows before jumping to their own death to escape the flames. It tells how this author spent twenty years reading and researching everything she could find about Margaret Mitchell and her husband John Marsh to expose the cover-up and falsehoods surrounding the Icon's death. In this book is a photo of her death scene, and documents that tell more than any words can ever say.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615746517
Publisher: Gloria Moulder
Publication date: 05/29/2013
Pages: 316
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.66(d)

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Bargain With A Devil: The Tragedy Behind Gone With The Wind 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am sure that the story behind this book is interesting. I am so distracted by the run-on sentences and poor punctuation that I can hardly finish it. Who edited this book before it was published? The author gives a disclaimer that she is not a writer. No ma'am, you are not. Sentences require periods. When you put two sentences together, then commas must be used