Fiction - Southern

Staying Wet

A Southern Tale Told One Sip at a Time
By Jacqueline Schnitzer

Staying Wet: A Southern Tale Told One Sip at a Time by Jacqueline Schnitzer was a really good story. Caddy, a southern belle, tells her life story to some unknown friend. Her life is filled with tragedy, alcohol and the longing to have something stable....

Sweet Music on Moonlight Ridge

By Ramey Channell

Sweet Music On Moonlight Ridge (The Moonlight Ridge Series Volume 1) by Ramey Channell is a captivating and charming novel set in Alabama in the nineteen-fifties. Lily Claire and Willie T. are cousins; their mothers are sisters. They were born on the same day,...

Southern Passage

By Jim Yonker

Southern Passage by Jim Yonker is set in the 1960s and opens with 18-year-old Buster, who has just graduated from a high school in St. Louis, seeking employment during the summer months as he needs the income to subsidise his college tuition, which starts in...

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Struggles of the Women Folk

By T M Brown

If Oprah Winfrey reads Struggles of the Womenfolk by T.M. Brown, it will probably be made into a movie one day. I say this because I know Oprah feels strongly about a lot of things, and two of the things she feels most strongly about...

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Scout's Honor

A Novel
By Dori Ann Dupré

Scout's Honor: A Novel by Dori Ann Dupré is the story of Scout Webb, who we literally see grow in front of our eyes. When the novel starts, Scout is 14 years old. A tomboy to boot, she really likes to play basketball and has...

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Shattered Lies

By S. J. Francis

Shattered Lies by S.J. Francis is the story of Kate Thayer, a simple girl who runs her family’s horse farm. She is content with her life. She is a veterinarian and she loves her grandmother who raised her. However, when a series of lies come...

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Scarlet Letter Lives

By Maureen K. Wlodarczyk

In an absolutely wonderful work of fiction with a very interesting true historical basis, Scarlet Letter Lives by author Maureen K. Wlodarczyk follows the story of the owners of three copies of an 1850s release of The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. The books start...

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Smoke From Small Fires

By Anne Powers

Smoke From Small Fires by Anne Powers is a fictional novel on the life of Anna Tollett, told to us in the first-person. The book starts with the reminiscences of eighty-one-year-old Anna Tollett, who is now bed-ridden with age. We then follow Anna on her...

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Summer's Winter

By Robin Johns Grant

Summer’s Winter by Robin Johns Grant is a story of love, deceit and obsession. At ten years old, Jeanine, the daughter of a preacher, fell in love with film star Jamie Newkirk. Now, twenty-one-year-old Jeanine is in for a shock when Jamie falls at her...

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Secrets, Snapdragons and a Spirit

(The Petal Pushers Mystery Series)
By Tina D.C. Hayes

In Secrets, Snapdragons, & A Spirit, Tina D. C. Hayes takes readers back to the small town of Dixon, Kentucky, where Darci Shelton spends her days running Petal Pushers, always trying to find a way to increase her bottom line. The flower shop is actually...

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