Annalea, a Princess in Exile

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Have you read ANNALEA, PRINCESS OF NEMUSMAR? Then prepare to continue the journey, as old friends, familiar enemies and intriguing new characters bring to life the hardships and adventures of the child who came to womanhood while living among slaves, former slaves, slavers, merchants, colonists, American Indians, seamen, harlots and pirates. The saga expands in volume 2 of the Annalea series.

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About Stephen Shore

A lifelong resident of New England, Stephen Shore has worked in public education and in business. As an undergraduate, he studied history, music and education at Bridgewater State. Steve was a Graduate Fellow, in the History Department, at Northeastern University. As a single parent, he has raised two fine sons and—through their acquaintances—a plethora of quasi daughters and sons (the characteristics and namesakes of many appearing in his novels).
At this writing, Steve has all three novels in the Annalea Series in publication. He also has published a mystery/crime novel entitled, Sinful Images, and his first western novel, How I Became an Outlaw, by “Chili Beans” Bartlett. He has recently completed a literary novel, Mr. Bithersbee. Another novel, A Hare in the High Grass, is nearly finished, and other works are well begun. Steve obviously lives to write.
Please contact at writeabout@stephenjshore.com. And visit the Website: www.stephenjshore.com

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Review by: Lee E. Shilo on Jan. 16, 2011 :
Annalea, A Princes In Exile


This second book on the Annalea series, captures the everyday lives and tribulations of family affairs.
I found it most entertaining! Stephen James Shore has succeeded in emulating the nuances of family humor, tenderness, and tragedy to the highest degree. Full of exceptional, and controversial subject matter. Stephen shows no apology for this raw, unmasking of what most families keep locked away, deep in a closet, and its forgotten recesses, never to see daylight. I am refreshed at the honesty of his writing, and the telling of this tale.

Lee E. Shilo
leeshilo@yahoo.com
(reviewed long after purchase)

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