This work of fiction will take the reader back to 1950 and allow them to live the next thirty-years through the lives of the memorable characters living along Rehoboth Road.
The setting is a small town located south of Macon, Georgia. It was a time of the theft of innocence for fifteen year old Elizabeth Turner, the daughter of Rev. John Turner, a prominent Baptise minister.
Elizabeth was afraid to tell her parents of her ordeal, but seven months later, she gave birth to her son, Johnny. Rev. Owen Oliver, the guilty, escaped traditional punishment through the secret that was allowed to brew. The events that followed resulted in an earthquake of lies, betrayal and doubts of faith.
Meet Sarah, Elizabeth's sister, their mother, Loretha, Rev. Oliver's wife, Thea and their son, Malcolm, who was born three days after Johnny, and last meet the most memorable, Mrs. Collins (MaDear).
From the first chapter, REHOBOTH ROAD will grab the reader and won't let them go until the end.
- Kensington, July 2006
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