Fiction - Southern

And the Greatest of These

By Joe Michael Pritchard

What does it feel like to be in constant contact with the pain and misery of others, to touch the brokenness and fragility of another human being — the strangers, the homeless people brought straight from the gutters of life, the ones glued to their...

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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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The Second Diary

By Ciara Threadgoode

Wow! Just, wow! How's that for a review? Well, it's definitely the way I felt about The Second Diary, the absolutely fabulous work by author Ciara Threadgoode. This book will have its readers obsessively turning the pages from the very first words all the way...

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Murder on Moonshine Hill

Jenna Scali Book 2
By Joan C. Curtis

Set against the idyllic mountains of North Carolina, Murder on Moonshine Hill is a powerful entry in the Jenna Scali Mystery series by Joan C. Curtis, a tale of murder and a woman’s courage to seek justice. Jenna expects anything unwelcoming the moment she chooses...

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Hesterwine, Texas 1943

By Dot Ryan

Hesterwine is a small town that’s more of a cluster of small communities held together by a main street, a drugstore, a soda fountain/diner, a second hand store, a beauty salon, and some miscellaneous shops. Two of the communities that live just outside of town...

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The Ridge Walker

By Jack Hemphill

The Ridge Walker is an historical Southern fiction novel by Jack Hemphill, set in the 1940s. Mac Davis was on the prowl for Indian legends and lore concerning the settlers in the Blue Ridge Mountains. While he owned an apple orchard and farm, which he...

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Carolina Rose

By Rafael Rivera

Carolina Rose by Rafael Rivera is a family saga. Wilma is bored with life in South Carolina and wants more fun. Heading off with a friend to a local bar, she gets more than she bargained for when she meets a young Marine Corporal called...

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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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The Yellow Bus Boys Go Blue

Canada Bound
By Ron Shaw

The Yellow Bus Boys Go Blue: Canada Bound by Ron Shaw is the story of a teenager who went on a trip to Canada as a boy and came back to Atlanta as a man. Ronnie "Baby Whale" Shaw was one of the very lucky...

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