Man in the Blue Moon

By Michael Morris
(Tyndale House Publishers, Paperback, 9781414368429, 400pp.)

Publication Date: August 2012

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Selected by Indie Booksellers for the Fall '12 Reading Group List
“Ella is an independent woman ahead of her time. When deserted by her husband and faced with the loss of her home and livelihood, the mother who will do anything for her children emerges. Ella is aided in her endeavors by her husband's cousin, Lanier, who is running from his own demons and is also 'gifted' with the ability to heal. The depiction of a male dominated society and the lack of women's rights inspires a real appreciation for the women who forged paths toward equality. The good and bad of the Old South is woven into a story that captivates the reader. An excellent book club selection!”
-- Jackie Willey, Fiction Addiction, Greenville, SC

While the world is embroiled in World War I, Ella Wallace fights her own personal battle to keep the mystical Florida land that has been in her family for generations from the hands of an unscrupulous banker.

When a mysterious man arrives at Ella’s door in an unconventional way, he convinces her he can help her avoid foreclosure, and a tenuous trust begins. But as the fight for Ella’s land intensifies, it becomes evident that things are not as they appear. Hypocrisy and murder soon shake the coastal town of Apalachicola and jeopardize Ella’s family.

About the Author
Michael Morris has taught for university business schools, contributed regular columns to business magazines and has extensive experience consulting to small firms.
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