Hamburg's Hybrids

by S. "Flit" Thomas



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/2/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 400
ISBN : 9781514479407
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 400
ISBN : 9781514479414
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 400
ISBN : 9781514479391

About the Book

The contents of this book will open up the full spectrum of the readers' interest in knowing who are the Langleys and what is the secret the patriarch of the family left in a package after his demise. This novel paints a captivating picture of the lifestyle and history of a well-established wealthy family in Charleston, South Carolina. The family has to face the fact that the patriarch of the family, upon his death, decided to reveal, via a handwritten document to his daughter-in-law, Jennifer, the true story of the maternal and paternal bloodline of his only son, Edwin. This document was delivered to Jennifer on the wedding day of his firstborn granddaughter, Bria. The story provides the dynamic characteristics, personalities, and secrets of each family member and culminates with the son, Edwin, wondering why his father waited until after his death to reveal these truths. Edwin is left wondering how these revelations would affect him in his business and social life. More importantly, will he be able to cope with the truth about his real bloodline?

About the Author

S. "Flit" Thomas lives in McDonough, Georgia. Her love for writing prose, short stories, plays, and inspirational songs have brought her to this period in her life: the completion of her first novel, Hamburg's Hybrids. She has a BS in biology from Tuskegee University and a master’s from Wright State University. Her love for reading nonfiction, fiction, biographical, inspirational, and other written materials was her catalyst for forming three book club groups in California, Indiana, and Georgia. She retired as a senior manager from the US Department of Treasury.