While at the beach, Amelia is approached by a woman who is concerned about the son she gave up for adoption sixteen years ago. Millie has been having nightmares that make her fear he is in danger. She petitioned the court to view the sealed records but was refused. Will Amelia and Rick be able to convince the courts to help them? If her son is in danger, will they get there in time?
“Dedicated to ‘all of those who have had to deal with Marfan’s Syndrome’, the story centers on a search for an adopted child who is potentially suffering from this rare genetic disorder which can result in optical and cardiovascular problems and may be life-threatening. The story takes us into the Louisiana bayous, introduces us to Cajun food including crayfish, describes alligator life in the deep south, and even teaches us some interesting self-defense maneuvers for women!” —Author Sherrill Cannon
“Louisiana, the land of bayous and gumbo!” When Amelia and Rick arrive in Louisiana, they visit some interesting sights and eat some interesting food. Here are a few places they visited and food they ate while in the South.
Here’s a bit of trivia: Louisiana has a larger alligator population than any other state. Just over a million! It once had one as long as nineteen feet, the largest ever recorded. Not only is Louisiana the land of gumbo and bayous, but it’s the crawfish capital of the world. It’s also famous for their fried green tomatoes and cornbread. Very delicious!
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