Young Ladies of Good Family

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Author House, Jul 25, 2007 - Fiction - 168 pages
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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
7
Chapter 3
11
Chapter 4
15
Chapter 5
19
Chapter 6
23
Chapter 7
27
Chapter 8
33
Chapter 15
83
Chapter 16
87
Chapter 17
99
Chapter 18
105
Chapter 19
107
Chapter 20
111
Chapter 21
115
Chapter 22
123

Chapter 9
41
Chapter 10
49
Chapter 11
55
Chapter 12
63
Chapter 13
67
Chapter 14
77
Chapter 23
129
Chapter 24
135
Chapter 25
143
Back Cover
161
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About the author (2007)

The author, born and raised in Haiti as a young lady of good family, writes under the pen name of Anne Marie du Bois de Chêne to protect her family.

She always dreamed of visiting other lands; and felt as if the forlorn horns of visiting ships were calling her to board.

After graduating from Loyola University in New Orleans, she taught French and English in Haiti, then worked in business Administration, before following her dream to travel again.  She has also worked on cruise ships, in Hotel Management, Real Estate and Sales.

The author now lives back in Louisiana with her German husband, who shares her love of travel. 

"Young Ladies of Good Family" is written in memory of her American mother, who said "Maybe if you wrote about this crazy family and island, people will finally believe our stories!". 

The author hopes a person of great influence will tell the world to buy her book, so she can sponsor Educational and Reforestation Programs in Haiti.

"Few Haitian can live happily elsewhere for very long.  I can, yet I miss Haiti chérie far more than I care to admit", Anne Marie du Bois de Chêne

 

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