MONUMENTS: A Deadly Day at Jefferson Park
Language : English
Paperback : 308 pages
Item Weight : 1 pounds
Dimensions : 6 x 0.77 x 9 inches
Monuments to the US War between the States romanticized the notion of the Confederacy. While these monuments came down early in the twenty-first century, it did not signal the end to the romantic ideas people held about the war, nor the existence of white supremacy. In the near future, Civil War reenactment events are still held, and, other than fist fights and drunken brawls, have been mostly violence-free. Until now. When Jenn?s employer is granted a contract at the country?s largest Civil War reenactment, she and the other managers, Paul, Jack, Mari, and Clarence, have to make some tough calls. Across the country, the event?s promoter and his main sponsor, a popular evangelical preacher, make plans for an event no one will soon forget. Thrown together, along with unlikely girlfriends, a doting congregant, and an unstable redneck, the characters are in for a deadly day of monumental terror. PRAISE FOR THE AUTHOR?S PREVIOUS NOVEL, BLM-PD: REVENGE WAS INEVITABLE: ?I was captivated immediately. The characters are fleshed out (we all know a KJ and a Queen) the fast pace keeps you engaged all the way through and?without giving away anything?it?s satisfying to see karma in action.” ?BLM-PD is a page turner! Great characters, vivid visuals & writing that brings emotions. Love the book and the fact that it also provides real-life examples of what is happening in our world today. LOVE the female perspective through leadership, intelligence, resilience, friendship & power.” “This book [BLM-PD] kept me engaged from the very start to the very end. It left me wanting more.?