Shunned: Outcasts in the Land

amos and carrie suffer greatly as their friends and neighbors in this little new england town turn against them for doing what they think is right. they find themselves pitted against a pharmaceutical company for carrie's violent actions and even against parishioners who turn against pastor amos for his preaching. murder and community ostracism must be overcome; good must prevail, but can it? More

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About Cynthia Hearne Darling

Cynthia Hearne Darling has a BA in English from the College of William and Mary and masters' degrees in social work and public administration. She recieved a poetry award in Fairfax County, Virginia, for her poem Mississippi Mother.She spent years writing family histories of patients in the mental hospital where she worked as a social worker. Give her Shakespeare, the opera and some good crossword puzzles and she'll be content. She is the author of Forty-Nine Poems, Shunned, a novel, and is finishing a story about Georgetown, D.C., in the sixties. She has worked on Indian reservations and the U.S. Department of Justice. She prefers the reservations.

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