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T.S. Dawson

A Horse of a Different Color

A Horse of a Different Color

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In the second book of The Wrightsboro Hunt Series, A Horse of a Different Color, we find the answer to the question, what did the letter say? What were Edward's parting words to Lucy? Again centered around the fictional fox hunting club The Wrightsboro Hunt, not only do we find answers to the questions left unanswered by When I Was Green, but A Horse of a Different Color brings new questions and challenges to Edward and Lucy. Is Lucy still Green and despite the challenges of distance, age difference and unthinkable acts of violence, will Edward find his way back to her?

Author: T. S. Dawson
Publisher: T.S. Dawson
Published: 01/14/2016
Pages: 254
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.56lbs
Size: 8.00h x 5.00w x 0.53d
ISBN: 9780692615409

About the Author
Born and raised in Jefferson County, Georgia, I left home for college at eighteen. I headed off to Piedmont College in Demorest, Georgia for my freshman year and finished up at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Georgia where I received my Bachelor of Science in History. While in college I became familiar with both the mountains of north Georgia and the lake country of middle Georgia. I worked at a number of restaurants and one golf and country club on Lake Oconee. After college, I moved to the Atlanta area and have worked as paralegal for the last fifteen years. In that same time I have become a wife and mother. Over the years I have had a fabulous time meeting a world of people, hearing their stories and making some of my own. I feel the time has come to share a few of those stories. Now, to tell you a little more about me; some of my friends joke that I am as country as a turnip-seed and that I must have been conceived in a trailer. Well it's true, I was. Some joke that I am so Southern that I was surely in a jug band at one point. That's not true, if I had messed with my mother's jug or washboard, I would have been in big trouble. Those were just for decoration, you know. I know the true meaning of "bless your heart" and just when to use it. I know the difference in the terms "naked" and "nekkid" and not just because Lewis Grizzard defined them for me. I am a Southerner, and pretty proud of it. In my writing, I hope you to find an escape to my version of the South. Thank you again for your time. T.S. Dawson

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