When the body of seventeen-year-old Sheila Barnes is found on Lloyd Cottons dairy farm in 1941, nearly all the citizens of the quiet town of Zebulon, Mississippi, feel the effects of her murder. But those most deeply affected by the tragedy include her young husband, Stoney, and the Cotton family, who took Sheila in and grew to love and respect her.Though badly abused by her father, labeled slow-witted, and burdened with a physical deformity, Sheila approaches life with a natural, cheerful optimism and an unwavering belief in the healing powers of magic. She quickly becomes the Best Friend of eleven-year-old Annette Cotton, and subtly charms and changes those around her, proving to many that true wisdom often comes from unlikely places.Marshall has created a page-turner of stunning lyrical beauty that is impossible to forget. At the heart of this literary murder mystery is the powerful truth that love conquers alleven death.About:Bev Marshall, a native of McComb, Mississippi, lived as a nomadic military wife for many years. She has returned to her Southern roots and teaches English at Southeastern Louisiana University. She lives in Ponchatoula, Louisiana, with her husband. Walking Through Shadows is her first novel.
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