--and the Angels Sang

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Livingston Press [at] the University of West Alabama, 2007 - Fiction - 324 pages
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Architect Jon Bernier's ruminations of his childhood love, a concert pianist, are shattered when he discovers that her memorial stone has been defaced. Soon, clandestine international drug concerns coupled with governmental illegalities are unexpectedly revealed, offering Jon a possible reprise as he learns that broken links and lives sometimes do stand a chance of being re-connected. This novel offers an intriguing multiple love story and unraveling mystery from a first-time novelist and brother to Sena Jeter Naslund.

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