Fiction - Southern

Previously Loved Treasures

Book #2 of Serendipity Series
By Bette Lee Crosby

Previously Loved Treasures by Bette Lee Crosby is a heartwarming fiction story, book two of the Serendipity Series, about protagonist Ida Sweetwater, a recent widow. Left alone with little money and forced to come up with creative ways to finance the professional services of a...

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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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A Homicide In Hooker's Point

By Gloria Taylor Weinberg

A Homicide In Hooker's Point by Gloria Taylor Weinberg is set in the 1950s in and around Clewiston, Florida. Vicki Leigh Bayle is a gifted child, curious and keen to know what is happening around her. Life around her makes her realize that good people...

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Mercy Snow

A Novel
By Tiffany Baker

I was first introduced the talented Tiffany Baker in her book The Gilly Salt Sisters. Her latest book is Mercy Snow. The plot takes place in a small town in Titan Falls, home of the Titan Paper Mill. The paper mill was owned by the...

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The Madison Picker

The Picker Series
By Mark Clay Grove

The Madison Picker is a biographical novel written by Mark Clay Grove. A picker has exhaustive knowledge of antiques and collectibles. Charles and his wife, Emma, are pickers who are setting off in a new direction. They're selling the buildings housing the stores they own;...

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A Path Through the Garden

By Nancy LaPonzina

Nancy LaPonzina pens a wonderful story in her book entitled A Path Through The Garden. It is here that the reader will begin to see deep within the lives of several of the characters found in the book, whether it's the land-owner Peg, or a...

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Willow

By Lori Roberts

Willow, by Lori Roberts, is the story of Cordelia Barlow, who was born in 1844 in Fairview Plantation in Gallatin, Tennessee. Losing her mother at a young age, the little girl finds solace in the arms of her late mother’s black slave, Priscilla, and her...

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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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Liberty Frye and the Witches of Hessen

By J.L. McCreedy

J.L. McCreedy begins the book, Liberty Frye and the Witches of Hessen, with a warning. "This is a tale about a remarkable girl who is forced to face unimaginable things. It should not be read by those who despise anything out of the ordinary, who disapprove...

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Nardi Point

By Nancy LaPonzina

Laurinda Elliot had everything figured out and organized in such a way as to have her new house built, her wedding to Dan and the beginning of her family on a perfect time table until her best friend, Leyla Jo Piper found a shard of...

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