Jodie Maeby Robert G. Rogers
Jodie Mae, a young woman, is desperate to break free of the stigma of being “white trash” and makes sacrifices few women would consider. Eventually, that determination brings her a head-on confrontation with the male-dominated culture of ’40s and ’50s Mississippi. She takes them on, “I’ll run for sheriff,” and nearly loses her life in the process.
She falls in love, twice, but love takes a back seat to her need to “be somebody” to live as an equal, not second class.
Rogers was born in Mississippi and, after a tour of duty in the army, graduated as an engineer from Mississippi State University and worked in aerospace. He graduated as a lawyer from USC and opened an office. He obtained an LLM from Tulane to specialize in real estate and finance and worked for lenders. He has written over twenty books.
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|Book Title||Jodie Mae|
|Author||Robert G. Rogers|
|Date Published||July 26, 2019|