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Two Kinds of Color is the story of a mother's love and heroic sacrifice for her racially divided children; two of them are white, two of them black, raised in a hustler's brutal environment on the South Side of Chicago. There are wonderful kindle, nook, and paperback reviews. I hope you get a chance to read a sample! http://www.amazon.com/Two-Kinds-of-Color-ebook/dp/B0031TZPH0 Always best regards, Deborah Kennedy
Rick Stevens Ascot Media Group Post Office Box 133032 The Woodlands, TX 77393 Office: (281) 333-3507 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ascotmediagroup.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A Captivating Tale of an Unlikely Friendship Del Mar, CA – February 24, 2012 – Growing up in the tumultuous racial tension of the South in the 1960s, there was a secret in Betty Ann Hoehn's home: alcoholism. But the young girl also had a secret ally: Corinne. There was little shared between the two. Hoehn grew up in luxury; Corinne grew up in poverty. Betty Ann was white. Corinne was black. But when Corinne came
"Jordan's Passage!" by Clarence Mason (aka)Mason Weaver. Free sample and ebook copy at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/61656 A Black Gang member robs a store and is shot in this mysterious field call The Pass. He wakes up to find himself 150 years back in history during slavery. He has been shot by slavehunters escaping the plantation. He remembers the future and realized how much he has lost. He is now a slave and helpless. He has no control and no hope. The lessons Jordan learns could lead him back to freedom. The greatest achievement of any man, rich or poor, young