Magenta Fleurs (Southern Surveillance, #2)

Magenta Fleurs (Southern Surveillance, #2)

by Caroline Clemens
Magenta Fleurs (Southern Surveillance, #2)

Magenta Fleurs (Southern Surveillance, #2)

by Caroline Clemens



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Romeo and Juliet read Shakespeares To Be or Not To Be classic lines while 007 paints a 1984 picture in the swamp!


Magenta Fleurs is a novel of fiction set with tragic thriller movements that will keep the pages turning. Prepare to be filled with romantic highlights as the swoon of young coeds fulfills then grasps you to root for the women who help them on their journey in life. Kristan goes to college and finds herself with life decisions near Thanksgiving, Jeremy and Scarlet enjoy a beginning romance while assisting Kristan to find peace amidst new opportunities. A parallel sequel to Three King Mackerel and a Mahi Mahi from 2017, the story furthers the plot of spying and survellience while the brilliance of a young mind does what her heart tells her.

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BN ID: 2940165355011
Publisher: Caroline Clemens
Publication date: 03/12/2021
Series: Southern Surveillance
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 356 KB

About the Author

Caroline Clemens is a poet, writer and author of the new tragic thriller Magenta Fleurs, this women’s fiction read will have you reeling yet desiring more of the lushness that is art and literature. The novel is a parallel sequel to spy-surveillance thriller Three King Mackerel and a Mahi Mahi written in 2017. A professional Registered Nurse for decades, Caroline specializes in the human condition when we are at our weakest. A cardiac clinical manager in the ICU for open heart surgery, she was surrounded by excellence and precision, not to mention blood. She brings the heart of the matter to her novels. Chocolate for Lilly was her 2016 historical fiction debut. Voted twice “Nurse of the Quarter/Year” by fellow employees, she embodies the great nursing care given in this field of medicine. Gratefully, she has brought this expertise to her ten years of novel writing and literary coursework from the internet.
From her famous last name, Clemens, alias the witty Mark Twain, to her own father’s anecdotes, these give her the humorous edge to persevere.

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