The Dancin' Man

In THE DANCIN' MAN, an ambitious young man of modest means marries into a legendary Southern family in the 1980s, a time of economic and social upheaval in the cotton mill industry that provides the family's wealth and power. Can Ted save the family from itself when matriarch Dolly dies? Can he save his own marriage? With its depth and richness of characters, THE DANCIN' MAN is a compelling read. More

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Words: 87,030
Language: English
ISBN: 9780988416468
About Mary Ann Claud

Mary Ann Claud is a singer, a lover of the arts, a mother and grandmother, a wife, a friend, a lover of life. She has written professionally for decades and has now brought her talent and experience to her first novel. THE DANCIN' MAN is a family saga, its drama playing out against the backdrop of social and economic change in the American South from the 1950s until the 1980s.
In her second novel, WHIRLYGIG; THE DANCIN' MAN'S DAUGHTER, Claud focuses on Volly Brunson and her return to Parkersburg SC in 1999. With a recently won MBA in hand, she intends to revive and modernize the family business and accept the responsibilities she has run from for the intermittent ten years. But there are problems. Volly's father, the company president, has other plans for the business he has handled for the past thirty years. Volly's uncle, Sam Ward is in increasingly poor health and Montvue, the family estate he manages, needs attention. Very quickly Volly discovers that life in Parkersburg has not changed since she left. But she has.

Mary Ann lives in Tryon, NC with her husband, Olin. Together they have visited over fifty festivals, book club meets and book stores talking about the dysfunctional Ward/Brunson clan and sharing what she describes as the great adventure of writing as a career.

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