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Mamma's Moon: The Hoodoo of Peckerwood Finch

Mamma's Moon: The Hoodoo of Peckerwood Finch

by Jerome Mark Antil

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781732632103
Publisher: Little York Books
Publication date: 05/07/2019
Series: Hoodoo of Peckerwood Finch , #2
Pages: 270
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

He was born the seventh child of a seventh son of a seventh son.

Jerome Mark Antil - A noted marketing innovator, Antil originally told his story, The Long Stem is in the Lobby, of his early life as a writer with the pathos and humor that earned a book of the Year Finalist nod.
Antil has been called a 'greatest generation's', Mark Twain - his namesake; a 'write what you know' Hemingway lookalike; and a sensitive and observant, Longfellow. Best known for his award-winning historical fiction novels, The Pompey Hollow Book Club series about he and his friends growing up in the shadows of WWII. Antil appears in different genres but always celebrating his storytelling picked up from an incredible Arcadian father and important values he learned from strong women (his mother and two sisters) who influenced his youth. It has been said of Antil's reality in writing, that he writes like Norman
Rockwell paints.

Bestselling HANDBOOK FOR WEEKEND DADS; the historical novel series about growing up in the shadows of WWII - The Pompey Hollow Book Club, The book of Charlie, Mary Crane, and Hemingway, Three Angels, and Me. Antil wrote memoirs - The Long Stem is in the Lobby and Return to Tiffany's,
In a new genres, the mystery adventure - One More Last Dance.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Author’s Preface................................................................. 1

1 | One Will Get You Two....................................................................... 3

2 | Good Morning, Murder..................................................... 5

3 | What a Night, My Brother............................................ 19

4 | Tell Me a Story 27

5 | T’ain’t Nobody’s Business................................................. 39

6 | Egg Sandwiches and Second-Degree Murder......... 52

7 | Peck is a Grown Adult.................................................. 61

8 | Silver Whistle Café......................................................... 74

9 | People Can See................................................................... 83

10 | I Climbed the Dead Cypress Frien’.......................... 95

11 | I’m Thinking About New Orleans.......................... 103

12 | Does the Atchafalaya River Mean Anything?.... 120

13 | It’s a Black Thing........................................................ 126

14 | Don’t Be Afraid Today.................................................................. 134

15 | Anyone Can Burn Salmon, cher................................ 145

16 | In the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost 159

17 | I Thought of More Words........................................ 167

18 | I See the Moon.............................................................. 174

19 | Parking in the Quarter is Such a Pain................. 183

20 | I Watched Him Kill the Dog.................................. 198

21 | You’re Not American?................................................ 211

22 | The Doctor Know’d He Was Going......................... 222

23 | The Haunting of Good Dr. Pontelbon.................. 231

24 | Peck Recounted his Recipe for Turtle Soup..... 245

25 | Not a single word........................................................ 251

26 | This is Him, André......................................................... 255