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The Secret of the Gullah Treasure
Jackie Robinson Eddings entered a new world as the first Negro student to walk the halls of Beaufort Junior High. Thrown into a project with the red-neck class bully and a special-needs classmate, racial prejudices and societal biases take their toll as they research the legend of the Gullah treasure. A fluke unearths a private letter—a strange collection of symbols, letters and numbers—signed by Edgar Allan Poe that ties his “Annabel Lee” to the team’s project and propels them into deeper discoveries that threaten their lives.
ALSO AVAILABLE IN THE BEAUFORT BOOKSTORE, McINTOSH BOOK SHOPPE, ZEN DEN AND THE ARSENAL
Buried treasure and hidden motives, waiting to be uncovered in this fast paced Lowcountry thriller.
Author of A Southern Girl
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