Beaufort Falls

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Light Sword Pub Llc, 2007 - Fiction - 274 pages
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The secrets may be carried to the grave, but the graves in Beaufort County dont seem to stay sealed. Eliza Parsons leaves her grave to avenge her murder, becoming only one of a number of different people trying to kill her husband, a self-righteous preacher wannabe who is abusing two of her children. Charlie Callahan, who is a preacher, cant seem to get the entire body of any of his victims into a grave, preferring to befriend their severed heads. Molly, a brave eight year old, is forced to learn how to cope with loneliness and fear after being committed to a childrens long-term psychiatric facility and she has only one hope; that she will someday be free and able to take care of her little sister who needs her.

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About the author (2007)

Born into a Georgia family of eccentrics and visionaries, Mari Sloan carries her heritage of storytelling from the Deep South to the hills of Southern California where she shares a home with her writer husband and a black, Maine Coon cat. She works locally and is always the one who knows where the bodies are buried. On a good day, she will tell you.

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