Southern Injustice

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Mystery and Crime  |  House: Booksie Classic
Southern Injustice is the story of secrets and betrayal in small Southern town focusing on the relationships of five adult cousins. When Alye Martin returns for her cousin's wedding after years of being gone, small town secrets and family skeletons are brought to light. Abuse, racism, and mental illness come to the forefront as the big day approaches. Each cousin has their own demons to wrestle with, all while trying to love and support their family. Set in 2005, Southern Injustice is book one of two in the Butcher's Creek novels. Helping bring some fictional focus to such real topics as the war in the Middle East and modern racism, Southern Injustice gives us a little glimpse in to what makes Xellennals different than Gen X or Millennials with the impact of technology and 9/11 on your early twenties. As the cousins forge their way from light to dark, each secret gets juicier and juicier, bringing on television and media attention to a small, sleepy Southern town with one red light.

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Amy's Evening

Submitted: May 22, 2019

Chapter One Friday, May 20, 2005 Amy’s Evening  A storm was blowing in from the West. The pine trees leaned against th... Read Chapter

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