That Woman From D'lo
This story told to me by my father about a southern family that had accumulated much wealth through many dishonest schemes and abuse not caring who they hurt. Usually, the landlord dies from the sins they commit, leaving their wealth for their children to squander. "That Woman From DīLo" shows that something good and wonderful can arise from the ashes of the pits of evil deeds.
My father, Clarence Nathan Whitfield, a handsome, sensitive man, adored by my mother, Della, was the strength that kept our family keenly aware there were others on this planet to deal with. That is the reason, this book is dedicated to them along with my wonderful wife, Myrtle.
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