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CORONACH by Kimberley Jordan Reeman

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Initial post: Oct 27, 2008 4:37:33 AM PDT
CORONACH is an epic historical novel in the grand tradition, a novel of passion, explicit and powerful, for sexuality is perhaps the most profound of all human experiences. It is a novel of the many aspects of great love. Whatever your sexual orientation, it will speak to you. Of love between women and men, of love between men, when homosexuality in the armed forces of the eighteenth century was a offense punishable, at least in theory, by death. If you are human, it will speak to your humanity, and your compassion.

As readers, we all come to a book with an open mind, an open heart, and say, "Tell me a story."

Let me take you by the hand into the eighteenth century, and I will show you how it was.

Kimberley Jordan Reeman, author of CORONACH
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