Generation Curse?
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Generation Curse?

By Colleen Smith-Dennis
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Book Description

As the saying goes, ‘truth is sometimes stranger than fiction’, but for the stoic matriarch, Mrs. Harmond, and her family, the events which characterize their lives do not come from a horror movie, but are a part of their daily reality. In the community they are seen as pariahs, as Mrs. Harmond’s father had been accused of committing sacrilege by stealing the parson’s bull and burning the manse. Everybody said they were cursed, from the grandparents to the youngest in the last generation, as the strange disappearances, uncontrollable juvenile behaviour and horrifying deaths rock the family like an earthquake of great magnitude and leave them cowering beneath a rubble of pain, disbelief and near hopelessness.

Table of Contents
  • Cover Page
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Content
  • 1: Rita
  • 2: The Coming Of Nickar’s Father
  • 3: Robbery At Church
  • 4: Leila’s Visit
  • 5: The Funeral
  • 6: Michanne’s Predicament
  • 7: Mrs. Harmond’s Son Disappears
  • 8: The Grandchildren’s Activities
  • 9: Further Happenings
  • 10: Penalty For Crime
  • 11: Some Truths Revealed
  • 12: The Graves Give Up Their Dead
  • 13: A New Beginning
  • Glossary
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