Mobile, AL (PRWEB) August 15, 2007
The Missing Queen is the fact-based story of a young African Queen, kidnapped and sold into slavery in South Carolina in the mid 1800's. This young Queen ultimately became the matriarch of the Malone family of Coffeeville Alabama. This book could not have been published without Lulu (http://www.lulu.com), the world's fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books.
Based on family oral history, The Missing Queen tells the remarkable history of the Malone family. In this story you are introduced to four generations of the Coffeeville Malone's. Marsena, the lovely young African Queen abducted from her village by slavers. Master John, the wealthy plantation owner who loved and tried to protect Marsena. Sarai, a child doomed by greed, jealousy and the horror of slavery. Henry, a hard working man of legendary strength who gave up his childhood to support his fatherless family. James, who refused to be cowed by racism of his times. And finally, Ann, who finds the courage to overcome her fear and tell her family the truth about her past.
This inspirational story is not only about the triumph over the inhumanity of slavery and racism, but more important tells of the discovery of a lost past.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Wesley Williams lived in Los Angeles for 38 years where he attended the California Institute of the Arts. This is his first novel.
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