Snake Moon by Ray Manzarek

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A family, isolated geographically from the ongoing Civil War, is torn apart by greed, lust, war and ghosts in this parable of the destruction of Eden. A ghost story of the Civil War.

About Ray Manzarek

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Manzarek, a former member of The Doors, has produced four albums by the punk rock band X, & recorded several solo albums. He has directed three platinum-selling videos about The Doors. He performs with Beat poet Michael McClure at nightclubs.
Published June 1, 2006 by Night Shade Books. 192 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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Boone's path leads him into a dangerous affair with the lusty Mardi Jamerson, a ghostly Southern belle who tries to prevent his return to his wife, Cassandra, and their children, while Jebber joins the Confederate army to try and impress his wife, Jewel.

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