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Remember the 1950's and 1960's? Whether you do or don't remember those days from personal experience, you will love the stories of Silver Tales, written by the people who grew up back then. Silver Tales are biographies written anonymously by the people who lived the stories and who now bravely venture forth to tell all! If you believe those olden days to be all fun and games, poodle skirts and hot rods with dice, and diners with jukeboxes filled with laughing teen-agers, then you need to read Silver Tales: Book One to see the darker side of growing up in those times. These wonderful stories, written by the people who lived through them and edited by Ms. Mayne, will make you laugh, cry and remember. They will also make you gasp in horror. Take a walk into history and read through the stories that will touch your heart, please your soul and jog your memory. Barbara: The girl who grew into womanhood wanting nothing more than to get even and hurt her father as he had hurt her. Lauren: A little girl raped by her brother, who as a woman saw all men as her brother. Gloria: A child raised by her parents under a strict Catholic upbringing to become a frigid grown woman. Penelope: Raised to believe in a Cinderella life, who as an adult faced the reality of a husband as well as a secret lover. Maria: Forced to grow up with an abusive mother who made her life so unhappy that as an adult is now a manic-depressive.
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Marjaree Mayne resides in Monroe Township, New Jersey with her two small dogs, a Maltese named Joey and a Sih Tzu named Mikie. Ms. Mayne is a published and accomplished writer of psycho thrillers, having majored in Psychology and Deviant Behavior, with an emphasis on mass murders. Author's Press published her first novel, Mirror Murder, in November 2000. Her newest thriller, Screams From The Furnace, was published in December 2000 by Writers Showcase. She is a current member of the National Organization of Sisters In Crime, SinC, and the National Association of Writers.
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Book Description Writer's Showcase Press, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0595230237
Book Description Writers Showcase Pr, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0595230237
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