The Making of Tibias Ivory: Through the Eyes of Innocence

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Casa de Snapdragon, 2009 - Fiction - 301 pages
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Bound to a chair, hands tied, face covered in a burlap sack, five-year old Tibias Ivory - the illegitimate, bi-racial son of Bethany Ivory, the daughter of the small, southern town of Principle's leading preacher and a murdered, black, high-school superstar, Mahognus "Hog" Worthington - has had the innocence of his young life ripped away by the depths of bigotry and degradation of hate. These horrific transgressions left his father hanging from a tree and ripped Tibias' hometown apart before he ever took a breath. But the lessons that he learns from his mother, her new friend, Sergeant Luke Worthy, and an eccentric newcomer to Principle, Adam Zur, will give him the strength to believe that the impossible can happen and keep him from experiencing his father's fate. Deceit is brought to light, and the deeds of death will discover justice as the festering wounds of a town's heart are exposed to the divine love that can heal it.
 

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User Review  - VickiLN - LibraryThing

This book is the second in the Tibias Ivory Series, which I didn't know until I'd already finished the book. It can be read as a standalone, but I wish I had read the first one before reading this, so ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
8
Section 3
17
Section 4
18
Section 5
28
Section 6
35
Section 7
39
Section 8
43
Section 25
128
Section 26
136
Section 27
144
Section 28
154
Section 29
160
Section 30
167
Section 31
176
Section 32
182

Section 9
48
Section 10
55
Section 11
60
Section 12
62
Section 13
69
Section 14
78
Section 15
85
Section 16
91
Section 17
98
Section 18
99
Section 19
101
Section 20
104
Section 21
105
Section 22
106
Section 23
113
Section 24
121
Section 33
187
Section 34
193
Section 35
200
Section 36
207
Section 37
215
Section 38
221
Section 39
227
Section 40
233
Section 41
247
Section 42
257
Section 43
270
Section 44
280
Section 45
292
Section 46
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D. Allen Jenkins hails from the heart of Buckeye Nation in Columbus, Ohio. He writes from the perspective of a husband of 28-years, the father of one son, and of being an ordained minister for over thirty-two years.

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