This book is like no other. It tells a story, written by a daughter, using her mother's voice. You'll meet a grand old Southern lady, a Black man who owned his own farm in Georgia, a white insurance agent with the funny name Quiggels, hear a real prayer prayed from the depth of the soul, see mature people in love working out problems, enjoy a cameo appearance of Peter Lorre, meet Uncle Wes who keeps exclaiming "Don't tell me no more!" while all the time demanding all the sordid details.
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