Freedom Hall

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About the author:
Los Angeles native Fletcher Rhoden is an acclaimed author and illustrator, playwright and director whose canon includes novellas (Last Tango With Marlon, The Trial Of Davy Crockett), childrens' books (Imagine Nathan On Supermarket Safari, That's Rude, Jude! Balloonzee), stage plays (Soul Cancer, Last Tango With Marlon, Redhead Cuban Hausfrau Husband the Musical), graphic novels (The Rebels Of Oz), animated and live-action short subjects (The Christopher Walken Ecstatic Dance Academy), an award-winning horror film (Stump the Band, story by), an extended solo art exhibition (Fletcher Rhoden Sleeps With the Fishes), several murals, over 500 songs (lyrics and music), over a dozen un-published novels and more.

Freedom Hall
 

A Novel

Authored by Fletcher Rhoden

Inspired by actual events, Freedom Hall is the story of abolitionist Evangeline "Vangie" Mott, who enlists a township of free African/Americans to construct an abolitionist hall in central Boston during the peak of the antebellum era. The issues of integrity, equality, dedication and liberty are as vital in the 21st Century as they were in the trying years leading up to the American
Civil War.

Author Fletcher Rhoden's historical fiction, whose subjects have included Marlon Brando, Davy Crockett and Lucille Ball, has been called, "Amazingly well written... incredibly believable dialogue throughout... thoughtful yet riveting from the first page to the last... a must-read and not to be missed..." by critics in print and online.

Includes excerpts from other Fletcher Rhoden books!


Publication Date:
2011-01-05
ISBN/EAN13:
1456498037 / 9781456498030
Page Count:
404
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Historical / General




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