Paula Bradmoore grew up in sixties in the small Southern town of Orchard Creek Mississippi. As a child, she was forced to face the challenges of racism in society and within her own home. As the only child of an adoring father, Paula met hostility and jealously from a mother who’s past was shrouded in mystery. Will Paula let that stop her from becoming the first black Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court? Or…will she free the skeletons from her closet and fight them head-on?
When the young and handsome Peter Cunningham, a journalist from the New York Times enters into her life, her world begins to make since. Together they are led on a perilous journey…a journey that touches the hearts and souls of everyone along the way.
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Published January 30, 2008
Literature & Fiction.