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Dexter Simon moved back to the city he was born and raised in after living in Chicago since he left home at 17. When he returned with his wife, he found that the family of his youth had changed and was unwilling to share the family secrets that were tied to generational curses from their forefathers. Because of his strong faith and leadership position he had as the oldest sibling, he embarks on a path that will lead him to find the answers he needed, but along the way, he exposes curses from other families which were tied to his own. Their secrets unravel to the point where the political structure of the entire state of Louisiana is in jeopardy of being dismantled.
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"Every family holds secrets from the past. Some are generational curses and some are blessings. The Sins of my Fathers involves a Louisiana family whose fragile "togetherness" is only possible when they never talk about the family secrets--the sins of the past might be affecting the family in the present day. The Sins of my Fathers is about one families journey, led by one family member, who would not stop asking questions until everything is as basic and clear as 1-2-3.
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Book Description Authorhouse 10/6/2011, 2011. Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. The Sins of My Fathers: How Three Family Relationships Attempt to Deal with Generational Curses So Prevalent in Their Family History, and Stru. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS-9781463452698
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