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K.P. Odom’s New Book, “1768: A Place in Time,” is the Gripping Story of Two Cousins on an Archeological Dig Who Uncover a New Artifact That Transports Them to the Past

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Hinesville, GA, January 24, 2023 –(PR.com)– Fulton Books author K.P. Odom, a resident of the McIntosh community, Liberty County, Georgia, and a loving great-grandfather who has worn many hats throughout his professional career, has completed his most recent book, “1768: A Place in Time”: a captivating tale that follows two cousins, Rachel and Richard, who uncover a special artifact that sends them back in time to experience the journey of a lifetime.

“A story of ancestry in North America,” writes Odom. “A story of life along the Georgia coast mixed with the history of people and places. A dash of trivia from various sciences. A blending of two eighteenth-century siblings and two twenty-first-century cousins’ lives. A story beginning with two cousins, students of archeology, on a dig in coastal Georgia where artifacts are discovered. Artifacts that transport them to the eighteenth-century English colony of Georgia….

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