Fiction - Southern

The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd

By Bette Lee Crosby

The Regrets of Cyrus Dodd by Bette Lee Crosby is a wonderful tale of life and regret. Cyrus Dodd promised Ruth that he would give her a life she would love. The trouble is, he has a lot of pride and we all know that...

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Clemenceau's Daughters

By Rocky Porch Moore

Clemenceau's Daughters by Rocky Porch Moore is an eerie, Southern Gothic novel that details the blood-soaked legacy behind cracks of innocence. The book is separated into three parts. The first part introduces Debbie, a young girl with a strange ability that has led to the...

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Wide Plank Porches

By Laura Frances

I cried, I laughed, I smiled - I couldn’t put down Wide Plank Porches. I am a southerner, though I was born and lived many years in the north as a Yankee; but in Wide Plank Porches I could see friends and neighbors and God’s...

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The Whispering of the Willows

By Tonya Jewel Blessing

The Whispering of the Willows by Tonya Jewel Blessing is a southern fiction, religious themed story that would appeal most to a mixed audience of adults and mature young adults who enjoy Appalachian drama fiction and can handle a rape scene. The story takes place...

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What the River Wants

By Arthur Byrd

What the River Wants by Arthur Byrd is a gripping Southern fiction novel that features family, love, loyalty, solitude, and the subtle ways the past has its grip on us. The past is not always gone; it lives in our memory and, at times, it...

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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...

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The Witches of Moonlight Ridge

The Moonlight Ridge Series Volume 2
By Ramey Channell

The Witches of Moonlight Ridge (The Moonlight Ridge Series Volume 2) by Ramey Channell is a charmingly delightful southern tale. Autumn has arrived at Moonlight Ridge, and Lily Clair and her cousin Willie T. are excited about starting fourth grade. They are happy that their...

Whistlin' Stardust

By Sara McFerrin

Whistlin’ Stardust has no murder, no suspense, no twists and turns, no adventure, no sex and no excitement. What it does have is history, heart, soul, God and memories of days gone by. I was immediately drawn into the Daniels family - Glover, his wife,...

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The Chupacabra & the Bat Rastard

A Cryptozoology & Craft Beer Adventure
By Mark D Trollinger

The Chupacabra & the Bat Rastard by Mark Trollinger is a beguiling story that is beautifully written with a unique culture, a short story about a drunk who meets an old pal and begins a new adventure. Carson Quinn used to be a science teacher,...

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Tobacco Sun

By Lorna Hollifield

Set in the year 1947, Tobacco Sun takes place in the village of Tobaccoville, North Carolina. It shares with us the tale of two sisters who have been estranged for years, driven apart by their status in life—Sydra, the younger sister, a stunning but cold...

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