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Echoes of Drowning Creek

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The outbreak of war, an unstable mother, poverty, the law, the lawless and even nature seem bent on shattering Miranda (Randy) Heydon's dreams. Through much determination, a little bootlegging, some justifiable blackmail, horse thievery and unabashed conniving, Randy struggles to obtain justice for her murdered brother. Along the way she learns that love is where you find it and the hearts desire she always thought just beyond her fingertips has been within her grasp all along.

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Marilyn Kapp has successfully created an nostalgic novel of a bygone era that combines suspense…love and secrets that leaves you wanting to read more about Miranda's life and her escapades.

ECHOES OF DROWNING CREEK is also a story of self-discovery…the ability of one woman to overcome all the adversity in her life and to somehow always rise above it. Even in our time many of us struggle with some of these same issues. Readers this is an excellent read! A book I highly recommend. 5 *****

—Jewel Dart
Midnight Scribe Reviews

About the author

Meet Marilyn Nichols Kapp

Marilyn Nichols Kapp was born in Richmond and grew up in Madison and surrounding counties. Writing has been a lifetime passion.

As well as a member of the Richmond Writers Group, she is a member of Romance Writers of America, Futuristic, Fantasy & Paranormal and Sisters in Crime writing organizations. She is a member of the Madison County Historical Society and Madison County Civil War Roundtable.

Ms Kapp resides in Richmond, spending most of her time with writing related activities.

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