|| Charlotte's nightmare begins in 1955 when she is kidnapped. She has always known the danger of coloring outside the lines, but that hasn't stopped her... until now. Living in the shadow of her father's legacy and mysterious disappearance, Charlotte thinks she knows what it means to be an outcast. She dreams of leaving small-town Alabama, a life outside her dysfunctional family, and running in the Olympics. When she finds an abandoned meadow in between the segregated halves of her town, she thinks she has found a safe haven: a place where even Jim Crow Laws and rumors can't reach. After getting a taste of freedom, Charlotte searches for an easy way out of the South. She finds herself telling lies and uncovering frightening truths about her hometown and the people in it. Now that she has lost everything, she is willing to do whatever it takes to fix her mistakes, even shake hands with the devil himself. Charlotte has a secret to protect, and with nowhere left to run, she can only wait until it catches up to her. A quirky, dark historical fiction novel, The Devil in Amen's Corner is a page-turner that will leave you reeling...Amazon.