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Reflections from a Charity Ward


Reflections from a Charity Ward

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    Available in PDF Format | Reflections from a Charity Ward.pdf | English
    Robert B Bolin (Author)
Jim Boone’:s slave mother believed that when the Civil War was over they would be everyone’:s equal. He soon realizes the war made little difference. Fighting alcohol, he ventures to Idaho to find a new life. A refugee Indian teaches him injustice is everywhere and Jim must look inside himself for answers. Forced back into white society, he deals with a rough bunch of mining pioneers who come to respect him but not as he expected. He continues to drink only to discover it is his greatness adversary. A young stranger comes to the mining town and Jim develops a strong, paternal bond to the boy, but their lives are disrupted when a powerful bigot shows up forcing them to deal with injustice again. Unfortunately, the man’:s beautiful, lonely wife makes matters worse. Jim inadvertently becomes the sheriff and has to deal with the whole community’:s issues of oppression while trying to protect them from themselves.
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  • PDF | 344 pages
  • Robert B Bolin (Author)
  • CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (8 Oct. 2013)
  • English
  • 7
  • Fiction

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