Kaleidoscope One

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iUniverse, Sep 1, 2002 - Fiction - 228 pages
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This book includes a series of interesting short stories involving various types of “Southern” characters during the 1920 through 1950’s era. In About Piety and Such an innocent young, orphan girl learns how to use and manipulate a church congregation and leadership to fulfill her needs and desires. She finds that religion cannot always buffer its adherents against the lure of earthly lust. The town gossips keep everyone “stirred-up” as they probably will the reader. In Moses a rapidly changing community engulf a black man and his wife. A heart wrenching love affair that may touch your soul. In The Shell an ordinary family gets torn apart by the greed of one member. Poverty and desire slowly create strange circumstances, which change everyone involved. En Plumage will surely blow your mind away. An average farm boy’s hunger for sex and excitement proves to be more than he bargained for, he is startled into the reality that bizarre sexual perversions are just an ordinary part of some people’s lives. The author has carefully studied people and their emotions. These stories contain fascinating views behind previously closed doors.

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