TRIUMPH: A Novel Of The Human Spirit

TRIUMPH: A Novel Of The Human Spirit

by Jodi Lea Stewart

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Overview

Deep in the Louisiana swamps, 1903, five-year-old Willy is kidnapped by a Vodou Priestess. One day, he will fight bloody battles in France and come face-to-face with the horrors of Vodou.

In bustling New Orleans, 1903, bachelor Jack—a former Texas Ranger—has an encounter with a young beauty hiding in his hotel room. What she wants and needs will change his life forever.

1958 St. Louis, two girls of different races, Mercy and Annie, meet in the fifth grade. Together, they secretly explore St. Louis via bus and streetcar, encountering cultural prejudices at every turn— including from within one girl’s own family. The turbulent times and the Civil Rights Movement will test the girls’ loyalty and affect their choices on

In a saga spanning from 1903 to 1968, compelling characters navigate the stormy paths of life in New Orleans, St. Louis, and Texas until they all collide in a startling and dramatic way.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781950560295
Publisher: Progressive Rising Phoenix Press
Publication date: 09/23/2020
Pages: 364
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.81(d)

About the Author

Jodi Lea Stewart's writing reflects her life starting in Texas and Oklahoma, moving to an Arizona cattle ranch next door to the Navajo Nation, and resuming later in her native Texas. She left the University of Arizona to move to San Francisco, where she learned what she didn't want to do with her life. Since then, she graduated summa cum laude with a BS in Business Management, raised three children, worked as an electro-mechanical drafter, penned humor columns for a college periodical, wrote regional western articles, and served as managing editor of a Fortune 500 company newsletter. She currently lives in Arizona with her husband, a Standard poodle, a rescue cat, and numerous houseplants. Jodi is a member of the Southwest Writers and New Mexico-Arizona Book Co-op.

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