Fiction - Southern

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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Billie Carver

By Zelmer Wilson

In an interesting and unique new story by author Zelmer Wilson, Billie Carver: The Summer Her Life Changed is a book that will keep readers obsessively turning the pages from the very first words all the way through to the very last page. Follow the...

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The Secret to Hummingbird Cake

By Celeste Fletcher McHale

Celeste Fletcher McHale has done the near impossible. I cried while reading. I have always thought people who were brought to tears over written words were perhaps a little overly emotional. Apparently it just takes a great author, and that author is Celeste Fletcher McHale....

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Love and Mercy

Up On Roan Mountain
By Martha Arrowood Pelc

In Love and Mercy: Up On Roan Mountain by Martha Arrowood Pelc, Ollie, the first character introduced, faces more in her short life than most adults face in a lifetime. There is a mix of love and major tragedy in each family that’s compelling and...

The Road From Money

A Journey To Find Why?
By Sylvester Boyd

Set primarily in the small cotton community of Money, Mississippi, the story begins in 1925 on Estella’s eighth birthday and follows her life through tribulation and triumph as she grows into a young woman. With her family to support her emotionally, Estella escapes virtual slavery...

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The Setup

By Denise Montgomery

The Setup by Denise Montgomery is a beautiful and fast-paced inspirational story of a woman’s struggle to reconcile with an abusive relationship and to find freedom in her spiritual path, an engaging story of friendship, love, and hope in a most trying of times for...

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Todd

The Cedar Cove Chronicles, Book One
By Cynthia Ulmer

Todd: The Cedar Cove Chronicles, Book One by Cynthia Ulmer is a fictional novel that is the first part in the Cedar Cove Chronicles series. Todd is set in a typical Southern setting of the '40s and '50s. Life then was more simple and uncomplicated,...

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