Witch of the Bayou

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Rated 4.88/5 based on 8 reviews
Amelia Rose Soileau is truly a ginger without a soul. A child brought up in New Orleans in a house of horror becomes a force of nature. More
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Words: 3,280
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465810274
About Rana Kelly

Rana Kelly was born in Birmingham, Alabama in 1977 but didn’t stay long. Her mother raised her in Tampa, FL and her father spent summers with her in Europe. As a child she grew up on the backs of horses, most of her best friends were of the hoof and paw persuasion. She spent her working years as a veterinary technician working in emergency medicine and regular practice with two years spent at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona.

She’s a published author of fiction and poetry and an amateur artist. She has founded a charity for the victims of domestic violence called Hamlet's Red Hands. She decided to start this charity after years of abuse from her now ex spouse. What she fights is more than well known to her. She is a survivor of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse. She is a mother of two. She currently lives in Tucson, Arizona with her Persian Puck (Pucky Ducky) and her dog, Emily Brontë.

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Review by: Kameko Murakami on May 23, 2012 :
The language! It is so beautiful, so delicious, such poetry ... I am in love with Amelia Rose and I simply can't wait to read more and more and more...
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Review by: Mark Sadler on Feb. 12, 2012 :
Amelia is an enchantress rather than a witch, a red-haired vixen that naturally conjurs up the dark powers in a futile attempt to fight the iniquity of her father, the devil incarnate,a smiling wolf-in-sheep's-clothing to the townsfolk during the day and the perverse molester in her bed at night.

This incestuous relationship increases after poor Maman dies and Amelia tries to escape the clutches of her father for a taste of true backwoods Canjun love. That the story starts of with the discovery of poor Amelia's body lets us know that darkness begats darkness.

We gladly follow Kelly's sparkling diamond of a tale as she drags us through the muck and mire of Louisiana's snake-ridden swamps hoping for "a little Canjun recompense" of our own.
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Review by: Jezebel Jorge on Feb. 10, 2012 :
"It’s the women with red hair who made trouble,
who could talk to stone and raise up deep things from the dead."

Loved the above line!

This is an entrancing story, and I too wanted more.
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Review by: Jezebel Jorge on Feb. 10, 2012 :
"It’s the women with red hair who made trouble,
who could talk to stone and raise up deep things from the dead."

Loved the above line!

This is an entrancing story, and I too wanted more.
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Review by: Jezebel Jorge on Feb. 10, 2012 :
"It’s the women with red hair who made trouble,
who could talk to stone and raise up deep things from the dead."

Loved the above line!

This is an entrancing story, and I too wanted more.
(review of free book)

Review by: Jezebel Jorge on Feb. 10, 2012 :
"It’s the women with red hair who made trouble,
who could talk to stone and raise up deep things from the dead."

Loved the above line!

This is an entrancing story, and I too wanted more.
(review of free book)

Review by: Jezebel Jorge on Feb. 10, 2012 :
"It’s the women with red hair who made trouble,
who could talk to stone and raise up deep things from the dead."

Loved the above line!

This is an entrancing story, and I too wanted more.
(review of free book)

Review by: Felicity Knowles on Feb. 10, 2012 :
I inhaled this story so fast the last page felt like I'd slammed into a brick wall, I was caught up in the momentum and thought there would be more. I want more, need more....
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