William Ervin Keener Weaves Together an Insightful Story of an Unlikely Duo

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Engaging work of fiction shares the secret alliance between a Rebel girl and a soldier.

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A news article released by Colombia Reports on August of this year reveals how one Colombian soldier was caught ‘trafficking arms for rebels’. This only goes to show how, despite the heightening friction between rebel groups and the military still it is undeniable that alliance between certain groups still exists in many parts of the globe. In line with this, a compelling book titled Pearl and the N*gger shares the adventures of two diverse characters enmeshed within a powerful conflict between two contrasting forces. Written by author William Ervin Keener, this engaging and highly provocative book highlights the relationship and connection between forces whose opposing views lead to an in-depth understanding of the art of reasoning and how the exchange of ideas can result to the sharpening of the intellectual prowess.

In this riveting page-turner, readers will encounter several very fascinating and interesting ideas that play off against each other. One of the main characters is a Rebel, a strong-willed and spirited girl who sympathizes with General Lee and his troops. These men face a great opponent, the Union army, which threatens to attack their enemies at all costs. One of the soldiers of the Yankee troops vows to keep the girl safe from the attack caused by his Union comrades.

Ensuring her safety, the man removes her fears and doubts, whilst convincing her to cooperate in his quest to protect. Thus, she was compelled to make him aware of her movements and whereabouts, especially when she travels from her home to visit the general and his men. In the process, the Rebel girl and the Yankee develop a bond in which they discuss the terrors that each of them face at every perilous encounter, as well as trying to sort out their conflicting views of which direction their countrymen should take.

Astounding and beautifully crafted, Pearl and the N*gger is an eye-opening must-read that will stimulate and entertain readers from all walks of life.

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About the Author
William Ervin Keener is a native of West Virginia. He spent four and a half years in the Navy, from Pearl Harbor to Japan. After the war, he spent many years as a salesman and working in sales management. He is the father of two daughters and one son. He and his wife now reside on the Gulf Coast in Biloxi, Mississippi.

Pearl and the N*gger * by William Ervin Keener
Publication Date: August 9, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 145 pages; 978-1-4771-3561-7
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 145 pages; 978-1-4771-3562-4
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-3563-1

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