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Scapegoat: The Hounded (Volume 2) Paperback – October 21, 2015
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Cindy Brown, author of the Ivy Meadows mysteries, writes, "In Scapegoat: The Hounded, a Quaker boy fights for his unjustly accused Muslim friends. A timely exploration of prejudice and the power of media, politics and religion. The Hounded weaves a tale of friendship and family that proves love and justice can prevail. A terrific choice for a book club." Valerie Brooks, author of "Liberte" in France, A Love Story, and "Dead Children" in Scent of Cedar, writes, "With the tension and thematic pulse of To Kill a Mockingbird, Xander gives us a hero who puts his life in danger to reveal the truth about those who wield fear to maintain power. Richen delivers a deeply moving, timely and courageous story about what divides us, and what ultimately holds us together."
About the Author
Rae Richen’s short stories and articles have appeared in anthologies, newspapers and in handbooks for writers and teachers. She has taught middle school, high school students and adults and has always been impressed with the wide-ranging curiosity and the persistent search for answers among her students. Her novels include the adventure novel, Uncharted Territory, and the historical Scapegoat series, The Price of Freedom and The Hounded. She has also written To Serve Those Most in Need, a non-fiction history of social services in the Pacific Northwest. Her novels include questions for book groups dealing with story content and also with style and storytelling choices. They are appropriate for interested readers and also for students studying fiction writing. The author is available for classroom presentations and discussions. She enjoys leading workshops for any age group on the writing of fiction and non-fiction. Contact her at: Lloyd Court Press 3034 N.E. 32nd Avenue, Portland, Oregon, or at www.raerichen.com .
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