Under the Cypress Moon

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The Crady family once owned the Jones/King family. Generations later, Mark Crady and T.L. King have been friends longer than either can remember. Once Mark falls in love with T.L.'s sister, he is unsure whether his friendship can be sustained while juggling the impending death of his bigoted father and keeping alive the family business that provides everything for the town More

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Jason Wallace is an Indie author from the Midwest, aspiring to bring his works to the masses and through this, bring joy into their lives.
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A 33 chapter (and 22 hours long as an audio book) dark romantic epic; interracial love and friendship, gains and losses, death and the triumph of the human spirit: Mark and T.L. have been friends longer than either of them can remember. Once Mark falls in love with T.L.'s little sister, he is unsure how to proceed. Can he keep his friendship in tact while trying to save his family and his town?

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Review by: Thomas Wright on Dec. 14, 2014 :
I am unfamiliar with the setting of this novel, but the majority of the work speaks to all everywhere, crossing oceans, quite translatable into any place. I have a handful of chapters yet to read, but I have been unable to put this down and have loved it so much that I wanted to let you know what I thought.
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