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The River's End

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by J. G. Jakes
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The River's End by J. G. Jakes

A terrible injustice. A girl's innocence stolen. Revenge goes awry and two young women, from two different worlds are forced to cling to one another for survival. It has been decades since the McAllisters faced the ugliness of racism in the Georgia South, but when Sadie sends young Rosie King to find her future on the doorstep of Katie McAllister McCoy, evil will return to the beautifully restored country home. Rosie is running from hatred and bigotry and looking for a chance to follow her dreams, but it will mean attending high school with Hayton McCoy, Katie's feisty niece. There's just one problem---the color of Rosie's skin. After bullying turns to a deed far more sinister, and justice in a white world is left undone, Rosie's revenge will pit her and her new friend, Hayton, against dire elements to find Sadie King and seek refuge at the river's end. Following the lives of the McAllister Lane women from the Civil Rights Era time to present, The River's End brings in a new generation of strong, God-fearing female characters and a spellbinding story of revenge, forgiveness, and love.

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Size: 1.2 MB
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781682376119 (DRM-EPUB)

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03/30/2017
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