Angie Lawrence is a 33-year old unmarried woman. She is the Public Defender in a very small town in rural Georgia. She inherits an antebellum mansion from an old woman with whom she shared a close friendship for many years. Angie's grandfather comes to visit and while helping Angie prepare to move into her "new" home, he discovers a crate under the basement stairs. In it is a journal written in the early days of the Civil War by a young woman, Annabeth McGrath. The McGrath family owned the plantation on which Angie's mansion sits. Although 150 years have passed, Angie's and Annabeth's lives become inextricably intertwined. Following clues from Annabeth's journal entries, Angie decides to search for Annabeth's descendants. Her search ultimately leads her to what she'd been hoping to find all her life -- love, marriage, and family!The Cricket Dance is a passionate story about loyalty, friendship, cruelty, tolerance, forgiveness, and love.
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August 09, 2012
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