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Rhythm of Secrets, The: A Novel

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A book by Patti Lacy

From 1940s New Orleans to late 1960s Chicago, this is a tale of secrets, betrayal, and a love that can never be lost

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Author: Patti Lacy
Publisher: Kregel Publications
1 review about Rhythm of Secrets, The: A Novel

Heavy Themes in this Multi-Faceted Tale

  • Mar 13, 2011
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Patti Lacy ably tells the story of Sheba/Sheila/Sylvia in bits and pieces as the grown-up Sheila is contacted by a young soldier from her past. As she tells him her story and he shares his struggles, the interconnected story weaves through generations and across cultures and continents.

This is a high emotion and intensity novel covering themes like prostitution, marital struggles, and racism. Sensitive readers may want to think twice before diving in but those who like complex, woven stories may want to look further into the depth of these secrets. 

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