Lowcountry Summer LP: A Plantation Novel
Dorothea Benton Frank is a native of the South whose novels vividly capture the wild beauty, laid-back atmosphere, earthy characters, and charming eccentricities of life in South Carolina's Lowcountry. Written with compelling honesty and emotional depth, her stories have touched readers from coast to coast, and propelled her to the top ranks of bestsellerdom nationwide.
Now this remarkable writer revisits some of her most unforgettable characters in this enchanting new story sure to make you laugh and cry. Return with her to Tall Pines Plantation in this long-awaited sequel to her beloved bestseller Plantation. . . .
When Caroline Wimbley Levine returned to Tall Pines Plantation, she never expected to make peace with long-buried truths about herself and her family. The Queen of Tall Pines, her late mother, was a force of nature, but now she is gone, leaving Caroline and the rest of the family uncertain of who will take her place.
In the lush South Carolina countryside, old hurts, betrayals, and dark secrets will surface, and a new generation will rise along the banks of the mighty Edisto River.
Wonderfully evocative, infused with humor and poignancy, and rich with the lyrical cadences of the South, Lowcountry Summer is vintage Dorothea Benton Frank, a deeply moving novel you'll want to savor and share.
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Review: Lowcountry Summer (Lowcountry Tales #7)User Review - Goodreads
A few years ago I decided to try to read (what was then) local fiction. For the most part this has been a light, easy task, but I almost abandoned this one back at the library a few times. I'm fine ...
Review: Lowcountry Summer (Lowcountry Tales #7)User Review - Marty - Goodreads
Good summer read. Interesting story of a So. Carolina family. Caroline Wimbley, 46, is the owner of her family plantation that had survived the Civil War. Her brother, Trip, is trying to divorce his ... Read full review
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