Biography: Doak Maddox Mansfield, a native of Tennessee lives in Laurel, Mississippi. A retired ordained Unitarian Universalism minister he has served congregations in Virginia (United Methodist), Ohio, Alabama, and Mississippi. Presently he serves as consulting minister to UU congregations in Ellisville, Tupelo, and Gulfport, Mississippi. The author of two novels: The Mockingbird's Ballad and Jones of Old Lincoln he devotes his time to writing, wondering, unconventional ministry, house husband chores, and cat herding. He is the father of two sons and two grand-ones: one of each.

Books published by author:


  1. Jones of Old Lincoln
    Jones of Old Lincoln
    by Doak Maddox Mansfield

    Rating: 2.6/5 (262 votes cast)

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    A history buff searches for answers to the mystery surrounding one of the more prominent yet unknown 19th century citizens of his hometown, George Washington Jones. It is at once a ghost story, biographical narrative, mystery tale, love story, spiritual manifesto, and political analysis, and even an autobiography of sorts.

    Categories: History, Other Fiction, Historical Romance

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  2. The Mockingbird's Ballad
    The Mockingbird's Ballad
    by Doak Maddox Mansfield

    Rating: 2.5/5 (215 votes cast)

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    History and romantic stories weave through this fascinating tale of life in the 1800s for a girl farrier (blacksmith) and her twin after being forced from their family by the Blood Law. She joins Wheelers Army of Tennessee horse mounted soldiers as one of the few women in the Civil War. Travel the Cherokee homeland in Georgia in the 1840s to the fever-ridden jungles of Cuba in 1898.

    Categories: Romance, Other Fiction, Historical Romance

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