by Rebecca Kennedy
Straight out of the Louisiana swamp comes this colorful tale of greed, love, voodoo, and the dark secrets of family.
The lives of generations of families become intertwined as descendants of an Indian tribe work to regain the lost wealth of their ancestors.
Colorful characters populate scenes from the antebellum South to the modern day, including bayou priestesses, herb healers, plantation owners, twin sisters, sharecroppers, and Jake, the canine whos more than a dog.
Will bonds be broken? Will wealth be restored? Or will the forces of voodoo curse these families forever?
About the Author
Beginning as a church organist at age sixteen, Rebecca Kennedy has held numerous jobs but always wanted to write a novel. She found inspiration for this book in college classes and in the stories told by her Southern-born husband, who is one-eighth Cherokee Indian. She enjoys making cards for family and friends, crocheting, and working in the yard with her husband of 36 years. Born in 1948 in Western Pennsylvania, she now lives in Georgia.
(2014, Paperback, 394 pages)