Sullivan's Island: A Lowcountry Tale

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Penguin, Jan 1, 2004 - Fiction - 448 pages
26 Reviews
The New York Times bestseller?in paperback for the first time!

Set in the steamy, stormy landscape of South Carolina, Sullivan's Island tells the unforgettable story of one woman's courageous journey toward truth.

Born and raised on idyllic Sullivan's Island, Susan Hayes navigated through her turbulent childhood with humor, spunk, and characteristic Southern sass. But years later, she is a conflicted woman with an unfaithful husband, a sometimes resentful teenage daughter, and a heart that aches with painful, poignant memories. And as Susan faces her uncertain future, she realizes that she must go back to her past. To the beachfront house where her sister welcomes her with open arms. To the only place she can truly call home.

  

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Review: Sullivan's Island (Lowcountry Tales #1)

User Review  - Gewizaz - Goodreads

2004. 422 pages A family saga similar to a pat conroy book. This South Carolina family has plenty of drama. A divorce, attempted reconciliation, child outbursts and finding and redefining one's self ... Read full review

Review: Sullivan's Island (Lowcountry Tales #1)

User Review  - Joanieg - Goodreads

This is the first book I've read by Dorothea Benton Frank, and already she's on my list of favorite authors. I can't wait to read more by her. This book makes me want to pack up and go hang out in the ... Read full review

Contents

Ike lorcli 1
1
The Outkouse
32
he Lawyer
52
Betk
71
Livvie
88
First Dates 1 12
112
Hurricane Uenise
138
Hurricane MajLelline
152
Write Away
198
Hank
240
Tkanttsgiving 1963
300
Simon
377
Sckool
395
Lowcountry MajSic
421
Epilogue 442
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Copyright

Fke Aftermatk
177

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Dorothea Benton Frank was born and raised on Sullivan's Island, South Carolina. The New York Times bestselling author of Sullivan's Island, Plantation, and Isle of Palms, she is a nationally recognized volunteer fundraiser for the arts and education, and an advocate of literacy programs and women's issues.

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