Etched by Jim Herod

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Any family who has lived in one country for several generations will have the history of that country carved into their family heritage. From a Civil War veteran in nineteenth century Selma to an emergency room medic in modern Atlanta, history has swirled around the descendents of Peter Alexander Stone. Whether in Crumptonia, Alabama or Los Alamos, New Mexico, this family has lived, worked, and served at the edge. It takes a visitor from Iraq and a trip to Africa for Thomas Herndon Stone to know that history has not finished its etchings on his family.

About Jim Herod

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Jim Herod writes from the edge of The Nethermost in Grove Hill, Alabama. He insists that he met his fictional characters on the streets of Atlanta, the byways of the rural South, and the dusty roads of Kenya. These characters, however, consent to tell him their stories only along the woodland trails of Clarke County.
Published November 5, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 290 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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