Fiction - Southern

Apalachicola Gold

By Michael A. Kinnett

Apalachicola Gold is an historical fiction novel written by Michael A. Kinnett. Kinnett was instrumental in the creation and is an ongoing curator of the Orman House Historic State Park Museum in the historic city of Apalachicola in the Florida panhandle. While Apalachicola Gold is...

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,...

Where Dew Drops Shine Bright

A Dramatized Family History (Tall Cotton Rising)
By Reginald C. Holmes

Where Dew Drops Shine Bright: A Dramatized Family History (Tall Cotton Rising) by Reginald C. Holmes is a fictionalized memoir of Reginald’s own family and ancestors, ranging back to three or more generations. Where Dew Drops Shine Bright begins with an introduction by Reginald of...

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Elm Street

Memories of a Home (Volume 2)
By Scott Douglas Vaughan

Elm Street: Memories of a Home by Scott Douglas Vaughan is the second book in the Memories of Home series. Elm Street will appeal to a mixed audience of young adults and some adults who are interested in fiction based on the author’s own childhood...

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Goldhead

By Jaeme Haviland

Goldhead by Jaeme Haviland is a pleasurable read that is well-crafted for fans of adventure, a tale of a treasure hunt and courage, but above all a story that powerfully depicts the perils of greed. It’s a story with a complex, yet fascinating setting, shifting...

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Do I Know Me?

By Phyllis F. McManus

Do I Know Me? by Phyllis F. McManus is a captivating story. When Sunny Miller finds out her beloved mother has Alzheimer's, she gives up her fancy job in a big city to move back to her country home and help take care of her....

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The Eyes Have It

A Lowcountry Home Novel
By Julie Allan

In The Eyes Have It by Julie Allan, readers who have gone through troubled marriages or who have been to a funeral lately will develop an immediate connection with the main character, Lizzie Long. Going through a divorce from a husband who merely used her...

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Tennessee Yankee

By Herb Hughes

Tennessee Yankee by Herb Hughes is a historical fiction novel set in the era of the Civil War and its aftermath. Tennessee Yankee is essentially the life story of Aaron Richardson, the son of a plantation owner in the South. The story begins with an...

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Facials Can Be Fatal

A Bad Hair Day Mystery
By Nancy J. Cohen

A prominent client that expires while having a facial is not the best endorsement for a spa's reputation. When that client is a significant benefactress of the organization that your spa is hired by, it is not good for business. In Facials Can Be Fatal...

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