Under The Fish Pond

April 6, 2016|
Under The Fish Pond
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Under The Fish Pond, a novel based on a true story.

Publication of this book was banned for over five hundred days by a local judge in Decatur, Alabama. This ruling was overturned by the Alabama Supreme Court enabling publication of the manuscript. Under The Fish Pond is a novel based on a true story that kept the local community guessing where the young mother of three was. Rumors spread throughout the neighborhood, but no one could prove what happened to the young mother, but a determined sister would not accept the story her brother-in-law told about his wife. Virginia is a strong-willed Southern lady, driven by love for her sister and determination to ensure that Debbie's children know the depth of their mother's love. They must be assured that she would never willingly desert them.
At 2323, a house on a quiet street in Decatur, Alabama's, visitors are drawn to a small decorative fishpond in David's backyard. David's handiwork is a masterpiece with each stone perfectly placed, each flower planted with care. What they can not see just beneath the surface of the pond is David's other handiwork. They are too busy comforting him, whose wife according to David left him and their small daughters for another man. Then Virginia realizes just where Debbie is, but there's nothing she can do about it—but wait until...

Title:Under The Fish PondFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 6, 2016Publisher:Glenda YarbroughLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1465817689

ISBN - 13:9781465817686

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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