- Dec. 21, 2017
-- Daughter of a steamboat captain on the Ohio River, Antoinette Dupree is a young debutant whose mother is from Paris. Annie aspires to be an actress inspired by her mother. Her French American father adores her and sends her to Paris to study along with her best friend Shannon Brennan of Irish decent. The 'New Women" suffrage movement is Annie's passion and avocation and Shannon is instrumental in her success. This adventure is not without peril and sacrifice as they escort in this new age. Romance is a dream as the young ladies become 'New Women' and face reality. Historical truth and parallel accounts to actual events of the era abound in these scenes of the 'Gay 1890's.
This is the fifth Novel by TJ Ginn and it shows that a wellspring of original literature is pouring out of this sage. Reportedly there are more in the works in the genre of suspense, science fiction and romance. When quizzed about his writing he explains, "There must to be a moral value and purpose in my work so my readers come away something of value to their own life. 'For the love of Annie Dupree' was written for the adoration of women and the remembrance of the suffrage movement which realistically it is still going on."
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