Fiction - Southern

Return to Porter's Hollow

By Yvonne Schuchart

A woman visiting her North Carolina family is brushed off by the small town's law enforcement when she claims to witness a beast, fitting the description of a local urban legend, mauling her father and brother in the spine-chilling supernatural novel, Return to Porter's Hollow...

Rooks of the Raven

By Franklin Neal

You might be tempted, as I was, to toss Rooks of the Raven by Franklin Neal aside after the first couple of chapters because of what appears to be some incoherence in descriptions, and dialogue that’s occasionally difficult to follow. But persevere. While I’m not...

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Ramonst

By A.F. Knott

Ramonst by A.F. Knott is a dark southern fiction novel filled with suspense, thrills, and mystery. This is a book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of young adults and adults who enjoy dark Gothic fiction. The year is 1970 and an eleven-year-old...

Ridge

Five Oaks Ranch Book 1
By Stephanie Hurt

In Ridge by Stephanie Hurt, meet an ex-soldier who is struggling through life with PTSD, until the day he meets 'the One' and his world turns upside down. Ridge is the oldest Cauthen boy. He grew up in a big, happy family. Ridge is kind...

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Riding the Dog

By Sybil Rosen

Riding the Dog is a short story collection written by Sybil Rosen. The title refers to the Greyhound Bus Lines which is, for many people, the means by which they travel across the country. In one story, the dog is how mothers, sisters, girlfriends and...

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Rose Wood

By Sharon Mikeworth

Rose Wood is a paranormal thriller written by Sharon Mikeworth. Aileen is a writer who works for the Southern Aurora Magazine. Her column, Skeptical Traveler, is an ongoing report and record of the paranormal activities and places she's investigated. While she tries not to seem...

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Retarded Girl Raised in Dog Pen

Authorities Say Girl Witness to Murder
By Lauren Leigh

Retarded Girl Raised in Dog Pen by Lauren Leigh is a fascinating study of an abused and neglected special needs child. Baby was adopted at birth and was pronounced eyeless and without vocal cords. In addition, she was paralyzed from her waist down and it...

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Red Clay and Roses

By S.K. Nicholls

Red Clay and Roses by S.K. Nicholls is a story based on Southern America during the 1950s-60s. The story focuses on Hannah, her journey, and the people she meets, such as Beatrice, the good doctor’s wife, and Moses Grier, their colored handyman, as well as...

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Return to Rocky Gap

By Toni Morrow Wyatt

Toni Wyatt Morrow’s book, Return to Rocky Gap, portrays one family’s hardships and triumphs during the Great Depression. Amelia Monroe’s personal story is one of joys and accomplishments in the backwoods of Arkansas, against seemingly impossible odds. In her later years, she experiences Alzheimer’s disease....

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Roswell Redemption

By Cindi Crane

Carolyn Kane and her friend Kacey are scouring Roswell, Georgia, in the hopes of finding the perfect location to open a restaurant. When Caroline is told about Greyson Manor, one of the original plantation homes in the area, it sounds perfect. When her realtor approaches...

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