Black Or White: A Novel

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Broadman & Holman, Jan 1, 2005 - Fiction - 331 pages
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On the shores of Cat Lake, in the midst of the most defined era of segregation in American history, a spitfire seven-year old white girl and spiritual eleven-year-old black boy live each day as best friends. Despite the idyllic scenery and their youthful innocence, forces of darkness trouble the girl and ultimately lead these children to make choices you will never forget. Auther John Aubrey Anderson weaves a gripping tale of warmth, humor, and profound eternal truth.

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One of the best novels I have read in over a decade! I am sure our wonderful LORD has reasons why we read things when we do and I can only say, the timing IS perfect in reevaluating my walk with Him ... Read full review

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I found this book on a sale table and bought it a few years ago. This week, I picked it up and began reading it; I was hardly able to put it down! It is a different kind of Christian fiction. Angels ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

John Aubrey Anderson was growing up in Mississippi cotton country when he saw John Wayne starring in "Flying Tigers "and knew he wanted to be a pilot. After graduating from Mississippi State University, he joined the Air Force, served three tours in Southeast Asia, and went on to fly planes for Delta Air Lines for twenty-eight years. Now retired from the cockpit, he writes novels, including the acclaimed Black or White Chronicles trilogy, and lives with his wife in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area of Texas

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