Search results for books by author "Mary Lou Cheatham"


Manuela Blayne

A Life Apart - Covington Chronicles
By Mary Lou Cheatham

Manuela Blayne: A Life Apart is a work of fiction in the emotional drama, historical fiction and coming of age sub-genres, and was penned by author Mary Lou Cheatham. Written for adult audiences, this work does contain some potentially triggering content regarding sexual assault and...

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Deep From the Heart

By Mary Lou Cheatham

Deep From the Heart by Mary Lou Cheatham is a contemporary Christian novel about a female minister named Ava who finds herself in a new state, Texas, in a new church, Grace and Peace, with new people around who don't exactly give off vibes of...

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House of Seven

A Novel
By Mary Lou Cheatham

House of Seven is a satire on how life was in 1913 Mississippi. The central character, Beth DuBard, was a twenty-six-year-old spinster and writer, living with her parents and crotchety aunt, Miss Genie. An African-American couple, Trousdale and Rosa Linda Miller, lived in the same...

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Letter from Belleau Wood

By Mary Lou Cheatham

Letter from Belleau Wood is the seventh book in the Covington Chronicles by Mary Lou Cheatham, a historical novel with strong themes and compelling characters. Trudy Cameron and Jeremy Smitherlin became sweethearts while in elementary school and their connection became stronger after their families experienced...

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