Thief of Innocence

Thief of Innocence

by Luanne White

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Overview

Defying social convention in 1960, Laura marries before finishing high school. After graduation, she sets out to fulfill her dreams and discovers the depths and challenges of love, honor and treachery. She joins her husband, a navy seaman, and begins sailing the course of her life.Laura's journey into womanhood propels her into the company of military families and personnel representing the poor and the privileged, adversity and chaos. Living in a trailer park in shantytown next to a military base, she is subjected to the rawness that encircles her and her family and struggles to conquer its adversities while finding humor and love in its lighter side.North meets South and cultural differences clash. Surrounded in a maelstrom of hardship mixed with joy, Laura's naiveté fades against startling encounters in navy and civilian countercultures.Her moral upbringing is challenged when a mob member offers to eliminate a cruel member of her family to protect her children. Will she be driven to murder?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013417021
Publisher: Booklogix Publishing Services
Publication date: 09/26/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,127,149
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Luanne White was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio. She was a military wife, art director, artist, speaking coach and business owner. She has lived in several areas in the Southeast and presently lives with her husband in Atlanta, Georgia. This is her first novel and is writing a sequel.

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Thief of Innocence 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
CaptainSkillman More than 1 year ago
THIEF OF INNOCENSE: Thief of Innocence is a work of fiction, but Ms. White’s detailed descriptions have an authentic ring. It is a fast read with a compelling story line dealing with the struggle of a young woman growing up in the sixties. It is not just women; men will find it revealing and the under thirty crowed will be astonished to see how far we Americans have come.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The birds were chirpping in the wee hours of the morning by the time I finished. A great read. I could not put this book down.