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Between the Rivers

Bandeaux Creek: Between the Rivers, Book II

A Chosen Few (click for a description of this title)
Carolyn Rawls Booth
ISBN-10: 1597150525
ISBN-13: 978-1597150521
Publisher: Chapel Hill Press
$15.00
May 30, 2008

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Bandeaux Creek: Between the Rivers, Book II

Bandeaux Creek: Between the Rivers, Book II (click for a description of this title)
Carolyn Rawls Booth
ISBN# 0-9755910-3-7
5.5 x8.5 paperback; 448 pages; illustrations
$15.00
August 2005

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"A fitting sequel . . . Worthy of a spot on anyone's bookshelf as an example of putting a face on local history." - The Bladen Journal

"Carolyn Rawls Booth has woven her novel securely into the fabric of Wilmington’s history. The mighty Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, the streetcar system, historic buildings, a quirky Roaring ‘20s celebration, and ever-seductive Wrightsville Beach: they are all here — with lots of fresh characters." - Susan Taylor Block

 

Between the Rivers

Between the Rivers (click for a description of this title)
Carolyn Rawls Booth
430 pages; illustrations

August 2001

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"The fertile landscape is a living part of this story and the historical details are rendered with remarkable credibility." Georgann Eubanks, Carboro, North Carolina

"... a strong plot propels Between the Rivers upstream. Although the novel is not explicitly religious, I suspect that readers who liked Katherine Marshall's Christy will find it appealing." Ben Steelman, THE WILMINGTON STAR

"Far from being a 'bodice-ripper' or a dry history text, Booth tells a solid tale of a young woman's hopes and dreams, lost loves and changing times." Jefferson Weaver, THE BLADEN JOURNAL

 

 

 

 

 

 
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