Little Miss of Darke County by Gary M. Krebs audiobook

Little Miss of Darke County: The Origins of Annie Oakley: A Novel

By Gary M. Krebs
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Darke County, Ohio, 1866. Young Phoebe Ann Moses lives a life of peace and harmony on a farm with her Quaker family and has dreams of living a hunter’s life in the woods. When Jacob Moses, the beloved patriarch, tragically dies, Phoebe’s life is sent into a tailspin. The family suffers in squalor as they move from place to place, until Phoebe is sent to live in the Infirmary, where the orphans taunt and bully her. Desperate to start over, she volunteers to live in a secluded cabin in the woods with a couple, Mr. and Mrs. Wolf, to help them raise their baby. Phoebe finds she is in grave danger: She becomes a prisoner and slave to the couple, whom she dubs “the Wolves.” Will she ever escape and rejoin her family? This gripping tale is the origins story of one of America’s greatest heroes: renowned sharpshooter and performer Annie Oakley. It serves as a testament to the strength and guile of the nineteenth-century female human spirit and is more relevant today than ever.

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Darke County, Ohio, 1866. Young Phoebe Ann Moses lives a life of peace and harmony on a farm with her Quaker family and has dreams of living a hunter’s life in the woods.

When Jacob Moses, the beloved patriarch, tragically dies, Phoebe’s life is sent into a tailspin. The family suffers in squalor as they move from place to place, until Phoebe is sent to live in the Infirmary, where the orphans taunt and bully her. Desperate to start over, she volunteers to live in a secluded cabin in the woods with a couple, Mr. and Mrs. Wolf, to help them raise their baby.

Phoebe finds she is in grave danger: She becomes a prisoner and slave to the couple, whom she dubs “the Wolves.” Will she ever escape and rejoin her family?

This gripping tale is the origins story of one of America’s greatest heroes: renowned sharpshooter and performer Annie Oakley. It serves as a testament to the strength and guile of the nineteenth-century female human spirit and is more relevant today than ever.

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Author Bio: Gary M. Krebs

Author Bio: Gary M. Krebs

Novelist, screenwriter, nonfiction author, book collaborator, literary agent, and former book publisher and editor, Gary M. Krebs is the founder of GMK Writing and Editing, Inc. He received his BFA from the Dramatic Writing Program, Tisch School of the Arts (NYU). Gary has collaborated on numerous books, including Playing Dead (with Monique Faison Ross), Wealth Made Easy (with Dr. Greg S. Reid), and Creating Sales Stars (with Stephan Schiffman). He lives in Fairfield, Connecticut, with his family and two cats.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction
Runtime: 8.39
Audience: Adult
Language: English