Dorothea Hubble Bonneau and Acorn Publishing Announce the Release of Once in a Blood Moon
South Carolina, 1807: Pursued by would-be murderers, an African American heiress struggles to survive and thrive.
Publisher: Acorn Publishing, LLC
Date Published: June 11, 2020
Heaven Hill Plantation, upriver from Georgetown, South Carolina, 1807: Sixteen-year-
Alexandra is a tenacious heroine who's easy to root for, and the author elegantly articulates her precarious position between white and black society. Overall, this novel explores issues of equality and personal freedom in thought-provoking ways.
Sharp writing, an original plot, and a strong female protagonist make for an engrossing read.
This tale of desperation, injustice and courage is a much needed addition to our grasp of our nation's history. A 5-star reading experience. Highly recommend!"
Laura Taylor – 6-Time Romantic Times Award Winner
About the Author
Dorothea Hubble Bonneau is an award-winning novelist, produced playwright and optioned screenwriter. Inspired by a quest for justice, her work is informed by her love of family, nature, and the literary arts.
Dorothea is a member of Author's Guild, Women in Film, Squaw Valley Community of Writers, Aspen Summer Words Alumni, and Historical Writers of America.
Visit her online at http://www.dorotheabonneau.com/
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