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September Song [Kindle Edition]

Jeanie Freeman-Harper
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Book Description

Emma is haunted by a long ago tragedy: the death of her high school sweetheart seventeen years earlier. It had been she who had found his body floating face down just off the banks of the mysterious Moon Lake. It was the trauma of that September day that had left her unable to recall the incident. Yet years later, strange dreams bring her to her hometown to search for the truth, in an effort to put the past behind her and love again.

Editorial Reviews


September Song
by Jim Moore
The Gilmer Mirror - September Song

IT HAS BEEN seventeen years - half her life - since Emma St. Claire left her native East Texas and moved to Boston. Upon her return from summer vacation when she was seventeen, Emma found her boyfriend, Ethan Abernathy, lying drowned in the lake by her home. The local town folks thought he had committed suicide. Emma blamed herself because of something she had said to him in their last conversation. She never returned to her childhood home until 2013, and returned only to try to recover the complete memories of what had happened the day she found his body in the lake.

September Song takes its name from an old song with the lyric "will I see you in September, or lose you to a summer love?" The song makes several timely appearances in the novel, reminding us that maybe sometimes things really do happen for a reason. A dog which reminds everyone of Ethan's dog from the 1990s suddenly appears and seems to know everyone already.

There is intrigue involving a powerful local family. There is evidence of moral misdeeds hidden, but not convincingly. There are other worldly indications. September Song is available on Amazon. If you're in the mood for some East Texas home cooking, this book might be it.

© 2013, Jim Moore,

All Rights Reserved.

Product Details

  • File Size: 478 KB
  • Print Length: 291 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Dreamflo (December 2, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #777,064 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good story, needs an editor April 7, 2014
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There were numerous typos in the book but not so many as to be distracting. Someone needs to run through it and clean it up.

The story itself was interesting but I wanted to grab the heroine and shake her for wasting her life. Also, with odd things going on, nobody alerts the police and even when they do the police disbelieve.

It's fairly obvious who the killer is right from the get go but it was sort of interesting watching everyone else get there. I think they could have left the epilogue off completely. It was one giant "and they all lived happily ever after... except the bad people."
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cool and eerie April 10, 2014
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I liked the very typical father-daughter dialogue. The dream-like sequences of Emma's thoughts. The best and most eerie thing that occurs, is the song on the radio, from Ethan. Either someone is playing a practical joke or it is from another man named Ethan. The suspense was very good, it gave me goose-bumps. This was the best who dunnit I have ever read.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Mystery with Potential September 18, 2014
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This is a book that I think has a lot of potential. There were a lot of glaring typographical errors, so someone needs to get it cleaned up and reissued, but the story line was good. It was a good mystery; a clean, sweet love story, and I'd like to see this author succeed!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very good book January 10, 2015
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This book is for people who enjoys either a good love story or a good mystery. It has both and each are great stories.
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4.0 out of 5 stars okay story February 27, 2015
By tricia
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This story was was pretty predictable, & not really the way things would be handled in real life.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Good Read April 4, 2014
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Jeanie Freeman-Harper has become one of the outstanding new authors with this latest of her books. The characters interact well, the storyline is good, the locations are believable, and the book is hard to put down. Absolutely a good read!
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More About the Author

Jeanie Freeman Harper was born in 1944 in Angelina County, Texas and has one older brother. She is a member of large extended families of Scots-Irish, German and Native American heritage. Her father was a minister and her mother was a homemaker. Her upbringing was austere, traditional and highly disciplined. Both parents have been credited with instilling in her a love of art, literature and music.

As an adult, Jeanie spent many years working in the various forms of advertising in Houston, until her retirement in 2000. At that time she completed her studies with Longridge Writers Group and began to freelance part time. In 2003, she and her husband began building a home in her beloved East Texas, where they relocated in 2004.

Her first published works were essays for "Texas Magazine"/ "Houston Chronicle" in 2001 and 2002.

In November, 2012, her first novella, "Jesse McCann: The Journey" debuted. The second in the trilogy "A Mist in the Pines: Jesse's Quest" came out in April, 2013, and the final in the series "House on Diablo Road" was released in December, 2014

"September Song" November, 2013, a romantic suspense/mystery full length novel, has been her most recognized work to date.

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