A Blood Red Rose for Sophia

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iUniverse, Apr 17, 2002 - Fiction - 156 pages
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Prom night turns from happy to horror in this tale of teen tragedy.

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About the author (2002)

Lois Scott is the author of Delphia, a non-fiction book published by Eakin Press of Austin, Texas. She has also published Shadow of the Savage, a novel of the Northwest, by Author’s Choice Press of New York City. She acted as Book Review columnist for the Victoria Advocate for 25 years and had numerous poems published in well-known newspapers.

She was raised in a small Texas town called San Perlita, and married a construction engineer whose profession took her to far-flung horizons. She lived for two years in Buenos Aires, Argentina—during the time of the death of Juan Peron and the subsequent assumption of power by his second wife, Isabel. She was there during the chaotic times when Isabel was placed under house arrest and the military took over.

Lois went through the cold challenge of a winter in Alaska and spent a brief time in Panama. Now she lives quietly with her husband in Victoria, Texas and is convinced that there is no country in the world that can equal the United States.

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