Shaking the Tree

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Shaking the Tree is the comical, yet dramatic coming-of-age tale of a young boy, Nicholas Havens, who makes a life-long friend in a straight-talking African American laborer named Sooter, while growing up in the hard life of a rural farming community. More
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Words: 61,700
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310015274
About Keith R. Rees

I am an author of fiction, historical fiction and poetry. I have written five novels including one that would be considered a novella. I also have two collections of poetry. I have just released a historical fiction romance novel set on the island of Maui.

I started out writing poetry over 20 years ago, but started centering more on novels for over 8 years now. I love to travel when I can and in writing I try to create endearing characters that ordinary, everyday people can relate to. I love to tell stories and put my imagination to work.

Writing is a wonderful pastime and I am happy to share these stories with as many people as possible. Happy reading! :)

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Review by: Linda Winey on Nov. 17, 2015 :
This is a story about a family and its neighbors during a turbulent time in history--the 1960's, with segregation, Vietnam, growing up in a poor Southern town.

It is an easy read, interesting plot, great character development, well written.
(review of free book)

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