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The Last Moon

Lubell, Deann

Verlag: Xlibris, 2010
ISBN 10: 1450014445 / ISBN 13: 9781450014441
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Titel: The Last Moon

Verlag: Xlibris

Erscheinungsdatum: 2010

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Inhaltsangabe: LAST MOON SUMMARY On May 8, 1902, Mt. Pelée on the West Indies island of Martinique near the seaport town of St. Pierre erupted in a cloud of gas and fire in one of the most awesome and destructive pyrotechnic displays ever offered by nature. Four minutes later, thirty thousand citizens lay dead or dying, and the town engulfed in flames. Mother Nature was not entirely to blame for this disaster. In truth, the real culprits were the rather more deplorable traits found in Human Nature. If not for the dishonesty and corruption of officials who placed politics, greed, and racial intolerance above the welfare of the people, this devastating catastrophe did not have to happen. The Last Moon remains true to historical facts and personal testimonies. The main characters presented in this novel are either composites of real individuals who lived in Martinique prior to the eruption or actual people who influenced the turn of events. Also historically genuine are the Creole language, clothing, mix of races, diversified lifestyles, corrupt politics, racial discrimination, whorehouses, blackmagic, clergy, plantations, waterfront, plagues, floods, earthquakes, tidal-waves, lava and mud flows, volcanic eruptions, foreign ships, deadly snakes, mutant insects, lush topography, and the before-and-after sequence of the 1902 tragedy. Dramatically captured in this exotic saga are acts of friendship, forbidden love, lust, pride, gluttony, cruelty, corruption, mass murder, bravery, sacrifice, survival, faith, and hope

Über den Autor: DeAnn Lubell 37 Santo Domingo Drive Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 760-324-2900 DeAnn Lubell is a prize-winning writer, publicist, and a teacher of the arts for more than thirty years. She produced seven well-known ballets and wrote one original. She has written many articles for the Palm Springs Life magazine, the Desert Sun, and the Desert Magazine. Published works include a novelette, historic and educational books for Little Folk Visuals, as well as a medical educational guide on the functions of the human body. She sits on the governing Auxiliary Board of the Eisenhower Medical Center and handles public relations and development for Angel View Crippled Children's Foundation, The Friends of the Rancho Mirage Library, Daughters of the American Revolution, Desert Samaritans for the Elderly, Palm Springs Women in Film and Television, People Hearing People Hear Again, U.S. VETS, as well as many other nonprofits and private enterprises.

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