River's Bend

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Rafe Stone comes to Mississippi seeking an antebellum showcase, but the house now belongs to Josephus Collander, who tells Rafe it's not for sale; but he can have it for nothing if he'll accept it as his niece's dowry. Two strangers hiding their pasts and a legendary house with dark secrets of its own. Mystery, suspense, and romance from the time when the memory of the Old South became legend. More

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About Charlsie Russell

Charlsie Russell is a retired United States Navy Commander turned author/publisher. She loves reading, she loves history, and she loves the South. She focuses her writing on historical suspense set in her home state of Mississippi.

After seven years of rejection, she woke up one morning and decided she did not have enough years left on this planet to sit back and hope a New York publisher would one day take a risk on her novels. Thus resolved, she expanded her horizons into the publishing realm with the creation of Loblolly Writer's House.

In addition to a naval career, writing, and publishing, Ms. Russell has raised five children, who, along with their dad, stick close.

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Review by: Robert Miller on Aug. 23, 2012 :
This is a great story and the author does a wonderful job of adding a Southern flavor to the mystery. The author also provides an historical narrative about the people who left the South for Mexico and ultimately for Brazil after the Civil War. If you like reading mysteries set in the South, then this book would be an excellent choice.
Reviewed by Bob Miller Global eBook judge 2012
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Review by: P. A. Wilson on Aug. 18, 2012 :
an interesting mystery. I found myself trying to guess not only who did the main mystery, but also who the main characters were. A complex and well written story.
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)

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