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Vesey Washington has lived on the other side of Molasses Creek from the Greens since they were children. He and Ally go back to summers of fishing the creek and the distance the civil rights era wedged between them. In many ways, he's held a piece of her heart all these years.
And on the other side of the world, Sunila Kunari has just escaped the quarry in Nepal that has held her captive. She sets out alone in monsoon season, desperate to reach the US Embassy with the brand-new knowledge that her parents kidnapped her when she was an infant.
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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2012
Availability: In Stock
Three lives are bound by a single book . . . and the cleansing waters of Molasses Creek.
Having traveled to the ends of the earth as a flight attendant, Ally Green has finally returned to the Lowcountry to bury her father as well as the past. But Vesey Washington is still living across the creek, and theirs is a complicated relationshiphe was once her best friend . . . and also part of the reason shes stayed away so long. When Ally discovers a message her father left behind asking her to quit running, it seems her past isnt through with her yet.
As Allys wandering spirit wrestles with a deep longing to flee again, a young woman on the other side of the world escapes her life of slavery in the rock quarries of Nepal. A mysterious sketchbook leads Sunila Kunari to believe theres more to her story than shes ever been told, and shes determined to follow the truth wherever it leads her.
A deep current intertwines the lives of these three souls, and a destiny of freedom, faith, and friendship awaits them all on the banks of Molasses Creek.
Seitz has written good stories in the past butBeyond Molasses Creek exceeds all of them.Jackie K. Cooper, The Huffington Post