Jenny Massey, Pseudo, J.G. Jakes

Third Book Of The ‘River’s Trilogy’ Filled With Melodrama And Suspense

Jenny Massey, Pseudo, J.G. Jakes, Pens Third Book Of The ‘River’s Trilogy’ Filled With Melodrama And Suspense

enny, a past resident of Coffee County and teacher with the Coffee County School system, continues to pursue her love for writing life’s lessons attuned to characters with honor, integrity, and formidable challenges. Her keen interest in the lives of strong and inspiring women is cultivated into her books of the “River’s Trilogy” as she continues to share the extraordinary stories of ordinary women.
The River’s End, the author’s much anticipated third novel of the “River’s Trilogy,” is a fictional mix of melodrama and suspense with a sweet dab of romance. Following on the heels of The River’s Edge, book 1, and The River Rages, book 2 of the “River’s Trilogy” follows the lives of the women of McAllister’s Lane to present times. A terrible injustice, a young woman’s innocence stolen, and revenge goes awry as two young women from two different worlds are forced to cling to one another for survival. It had been decades since Sadie King ran away from the ugliness of discrimination in the Georgia South, but decides to send her grand-daughter, Rosie, to find her future on the doorstep of Katie McAllister McCoy. Rosie is running from danger and abhorrence at the river’s end, and is looking for a chance to follow her dreams. Katie’s feisty niece, Hayton McCoy, fights to defend Rosie, after ostracism turns to a deed far more sinister, and justice is left undone. Hayton and Joe Wilkes, a young man drawn to Hayton, comes to Rosie’s rescue. However, Rosie’s acts of revenge pit her and Hayton against dire elements to find Sadie King and seek refuge at the river’s end. The River’s End will debut at the Satilla Regional Public Library, September 26, 2016. The event, a “drop-in,” will begin at 5:30 p.m. Everyone is invited, and as an added bonus, attendees will be eligible for a drawing for a free book. Your presence at the time of the drawing is not required.
Jenny, a past resident of Coffee County and teacher with the Coffee County School system, continues to pursue her love for writing life’s lessons attuned to characters with honor, integrity, and formidable challenges. Her keen interest in the lives of strong and inspiring women is cultivated into her books of the “River’s Trilogy” as she continues to share the extraordinary stories of ordinary women.
To find out more about the author, visit www.jg jakes.com or follow J.G. Jakes on facebook.
See page 8-A in the Wednesday, September 14, 2016 edition of The Douglas Enterprise.

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