How sweet the sound : a novel / Amy K. Sorrells.

By: Sorrells, Amy K [author.]
Material type: TextTextEdition: First editionDescription: 359 pages : genealogical table ; 21 cmISBN: 1434705447 (pbk.); 9781434705440 (pbk.)Other title: How sweet the soundSubject(s): Murder -- Fiction | Southern States -- Fiction | Rape -- FictionGenre/Form: Bildungsromans. DDC classification: 813 Summary: A woman hides in fear after an atrocious crime. Her brother takes justice into his own hands. And a young girl fights to make sense of it all in this Southern coming-of-age novel set in coastal Alabama in the summer of 1980.
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Includes Afterwords (something more for after reading the novel) at the end of the book : a word about Tamar and survivors, book club questions, author interview, and recipes from Bay Spring and the Harlan family and friends.

A woman hides in fear after an atrocious crime. Her brother takes justice into his own hands. And a young girl fights to make sense of it all in this Southern coming-of-age novel set in coastal Alabama in the summer of 1980.

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