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Ghost People: Death in the Mines [Copertina flessibile]

Sandi C Knapp

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14 aprile 2013
Junie Mae Lee is the daughter of a coal miner and knows only the coal and the dust that settled on her mama’s freshly hung clothes. Across the Wilder Creek bridge lies a different world where electric lights burn all night in the splendorous Creekstone House belonging to rich mine owner Little Brock Asher. Called a “seer” by her sainted Granny Martha Lee, Junie Mae is keenly aware that ghosts and spirits roam the dark hills and halls of the Creekstone house. Junie Mae soon learns that things are not what they appear, and sometimes the living can be just as dead as the restless and wandering spirits.

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Sandi Knapp spent most of her childhood in Hyden, Kentucky, and was raised with the stories and lives of coal miners. She now lives and writes in Indiana.

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5.0 su 5 stelle A family portrait with coal country as its backdrop 2 marzo 2014
Di Saul Blake - Pubblicato su
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In Ghost People: Death in the Mines Sandi Knapp gives the reader a good idea of what life must have been like for eastern Kentucky's coal mining families in the years after WWII. Not only that, she shows how poverty and desperation can tear a family apart. Her setting is vivid and rich with details, and her characters are complex and believable, a combination that successfully draws in readers and makes them care about these people.
5.0 su 5 stelle Love it! 21 settembre 2013
Di sheila casey - Pubblicato su
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I thought the book was really good! It made it seem like I was there with them through it all! Definitely waiting for book 2!
5.0 su 5 stelle Ghost People death in the mines 14 settembre 2013
Di Mindy - Pubblicato su
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I loved this book! It was such an emotional rollercoaster as you read the experiences of poverty, the coal mining lifestyle, backwoods family values, and death. You really got a feel for what it must've been like back then. The storyline had plenty of twists...there never was a dull moment.
5.0 su 5 stelle These folks seem real 27 luglio 2013
Di Teamster - Pubblicato su
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This book was a pleasure, well written and thought provoking. Sure, it has a few minor typos that didn't get caught in proof reading, but that seems to occur in everyone's work.

Ms Knapp has written a book that I really couldn't put down. The characters seem to be real people. I feel like I've met several of them over the years, both during my excursions into Eastern Kentucky and here in Southern Indiana.

Can't wait to see the next book from this author.
5.0 su 5 stelle Like a literary time machine 2 luglio 2013
Di Becky Everhart - Pubblicato su
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I have long been interested in books about how life used to be, particularly those with a distinct but not overpowering Southern flavor. That said, I found this book to be an absolutely delicious taste of days gone by as wellas an excellent way of learning about events and ways of life before my time. While there are many experiences covered that I am not familiar with beyond documentaries on television and the occasional news headline, there are also plenty of things that I can easily relate to. Things like passing on crucial information about the toxicity of poke berries. The book is also rich in conveying details, utilizing all of the senses to breathe more life into the well-chosen words. I can see myself reading this story on a screened porch with a cool pitcher of tea after a day of gardening, or cuddled under a quilt before bed as the crickets chirp outside, and being quite content. I'm sure anyone else would feel just as satisfied.

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