La Femme-Enfant

Editeur : Xlibris US Date de sortie: 2008-12-23

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La Femme-Enfant tells the story of Mamere (Corean Pennyman) and her three sisters, Anna, Mary and Queen from 1900 to 1995 from the dusty roads of rural Cotton Valley, Plain Dealing, Sarepta and Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana to Harrison Pennymans mansion atop Nob Hill in San Francisco and the glitz of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California. Mamere (Corean Pennyman) and James Glasgow II were lovers for almost fifty years. He married Diccie Bastille Glasgow when he was eighteen years old. Their marriage ended a land boundary feud that had burned and smouldered between the two families for three generations. Their son, Alexander Glasgow married Jacintha Marguarite Pennyman, Mameres granddaughter, who gave birth to triplets at age fourteen. His mother banished Alexander to Paris. He became a famous painter. Jacintha was secretly locked away in an undisclosed asylum. Diccie Bastille Glasgow sent her chauffeur with a lone crib to Mameres house. Inside the crib was a tiny tot named Harrison Pennyman. She raised the remaining two siblings as her only grandchildren. Their complexion was much lighter than Harrisons was. After thirty-three years, Harrison is finally reunited with his siblings, Deidre and Dalton Glasgow but not before the murder of Andrew Blackwell. He was a co-conspirator in a major art theft ring which was determined to steal the exquisite painting, La Femme-Enfant (The Woman Child) by Alexander Glasgow, his father, during the grand opening of Manslink and McKennas Art Gallery in Beverly Hills.

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Information complémentaires

Genre: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Collection: Xlibris US

Format: EPub

Pages: 133

ISBN: 9781462841868

Information complémentaires

Genre: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Collection: Xlibris US

Format: EPub

Pages: 133

ISBN: 9781462841868

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