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Emery's Mansion: The Sequel to Rattle of the Looms

Paul Lavallee

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ISBN 10: 1434309363 / ISBN 13: 9781434309365
Published by AuthorHouse, 2007
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Emery's Mansion: The Sequel to Rattle of the...

Publisher: AuthorHouse

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Paul A. Lavallee is a romantic when writing or talking about small town New England. He is an occasional contributor to a weekly newspaper publication, writing on local issues as well as timely articles of interest. He was born and still lives in the heart of the Blackstone River Valley, where America's industrial revolution began. A Marine veteran of the Korean War, Mr. Lavallee's recollection of growing up in a small mill town during the war years of the 1940's, along with his later experiences at Parris Island, and then in war-ravaged Korea in the 1950's, all tended to inspire him to write his first novel, Rattle of the Looms. That novel was and still is so well received that a sequel seemed imperative. Thus comes the revisiting of the old mill town, Northcross, along with the eeriness of Emery Sibley's mansion, the few vaguely familiar faces over at Felix Morrell's bar, as well as the folks who happen to be still around town in 1982, twenty-eight years after the close of the original novel that ended in 1954. Semper Fi

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Paul A. Lavallee is a romantic when writing or talking about small town New England. He is an occasional contributor to a weekly newspaper publication, writing on local issues as well as timely articles of interest. He was born and still lives in the heart of the Blackstone River Valley, where America's industrial revolution began.

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