The Girl in the Maze by R.K. Jackson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Review: THE GIRL IN THE MAZE by R. K. Jackson
THE GIRL IN THE MAZE is a magical story, gently pulling aside the veil of concealment of a little-known Southern cultural enclave, the Geechee [part of the Gullah Geechee Corridor from Wilmington, NC to Jacksonville, FL]. Their unspoiled ancestral habitat, Shell Heap Island, is the target of unscrupulous developers envisioning a massive estate of vacation homes, ocean access, and a sixty-acre golf course.
Enter Martha Covington, a former college student who suddenly became plagued by both voices and visions, and was hospitalized for psychiatric treatment. Now on medications and tutored in behavioral techniques, she is employed at the Historical Society in a small Georgia coastal town, which is dedicated to Geechee preservation. But Martha is psychic, not schizophrenic, and the island and itsculture attune to her. Then comes greed and murder--
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