Sadie’s Row is a heartwarming, soul-lifting story detailing the hard times and joys of life in the Mississippi Delta. Black soil and cotton, blue skies and the muddy Mississippi weave themselves into a tale to stir the soul and bring a tear to the eye. Young Sadie, like many others lives poor as she and her family struggle to scratch a living out of the Black Belt plantations. Life is simple until she goes to work for a mysterious family and befriends the daughter. She discovers a haunting secret. She must now choose between the laws of the land and the vast gulf of racism. Together the two girls flee through the vast wilderness of Mississippi but they are pursued by one with dark intentions. A race begins. A race for safety and freedom, but long hard roads lie ahead.
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